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Golland, J.H. (2011). Wild Analysis Revisited: A Comment on and. Psychoanal. Psychol., 28(4):581-583.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 28(4):581-583


Wild Analysis Revisited: A Comment on Summers (2011) and Zamanian (2011)

Jeffrey H. Golland, Ph.D.

Recent papers by Summers (2011) and Zamanian (2011) are compared for their differing understanding of what makes psychoanalysis “wild” and are critiqued for their arguable assertions. The pairing of the papers attests to the continuing generativity of Freud's ideas and the excitement of contemporary psychoanalytic theorizing.

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