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(1925). Aus Der Sprechstunde Eines Psychanalytikers By Von Dr. Anton Missriegler. Dr. Madaus & Company, Dresden, 1923. Pp. 135.. Psychoanal. Rev., 12(4):492.

(1925). Psychoanalytic Review, 12(4):492

Aus Der Sprechstunde Eines Psychanalytikers By Von Dr. Anton Missriegler. Dr. Madaus & Company, Dresden, 1923. Pp. 135.

This small paper covered book is composed of a number of brief consultation room sketches which first appeared in an intermittent series in the Heilkunst Monatsschrift für Naturheilkraft und Psychotherapie (Radeburg). In a clear, comprehensible manner, utilizing the dialogic method, the author has presented the facts gleaned from psychoanalytic experience and theory without following the trends of any particular“school” of psychoanalysis.

The topics discussed include the substance and limitations of psychoanalysis, the beginning of sexual life, the displacement, the symbol, condensation, resistance, the transfer, sublimation, the I-Ideal, the will, and the dangers of an analysis improperly done from the standpoint of technic. In addition to these conversations on general mechanisms, a variety of personality traits are also described, for example: nervous children, onanism, homosexuality (The Organic Constitution), and the drunkard.

The book contains a great deal of information entertainingly presented in a strictly scientific setting, and while it admittedly desists from entering very profoundly into the subject, it should prove exceedingly profitable to the interested layman or patient who has a reading knowledge of German, and might well replace some of the“popular” compilations which are at present so numerous and yet so inadequate for proper enlightenment.

Lewis.

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