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Burstein, A.G. Gillian, J. (1997). Teaching Freud: A Lesson. Psychoanal. Psychol., 14(4):457-473.

(1997). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 14(4):457-473

Teaching Freud: A Lesson

Alvin G. Burstein and Jeannie Gillian

This article addresses the objectives of teaching undergraduates about psychoanalysis and offers some evidence for how those objectives are addressed in contemporary textbooks and achieved in the students. Arguing that there is a poor match between goals, strategies, and achievement, we make some specific suggestions about how to proceed.

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