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Langs, R. (2007). On not Being Heard: Response to and. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(4):726-730.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(4):726-730

On not Being Heard: Response to Gargiulo (2007) and Mills (2007) Related Papers

Robert Langs, M.D.

I stand by the extensive clinical evidence that I have garnered, which indicates that a revised version of Freud's topographic theory is superior to his structural theory as a platform for psychoanalytic understanding and technique. I support my position here by citing some original contributions made by the adaptive approach and then highlight adaptive insights into patients’ archetypal, unconscious perceptions of the moral implications of a therapist's use of a home office. I conclude with a discussion of why psychoanalysts have rejected the adaptive approach out of hand.

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