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Mahler, M.S. (1971). A Study of the Separation-Individuation Process—And its Possible Application to Borderline Phenomena in the Psychoanalytic Situation. Psychoanal. St. Child, 26:403-424.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 26:403-424

A Study of the Separation-Individuation Process—And its Possible Application to Borderline Phenomena in the Psychoanalytic Situation

Margaret S. Mahler, M.D.

THE QUESTION OF THE KIND OF INFERENCES, IF ANY, THAT CAN BE drawn from preverbal material in and outside the psychoanalytic situation is a most controversial one. It is, I feel, a very interesting issue, yet quite difficult to deal with.

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