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Tepes, E. (1958). Hartmann, Heinz: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EGO CONCEPT IN FREUD'S WORK. (El desarrollo del concepto del yo en la obra de Freud). “Int. J. of Psych.”, 1956, VI, 425. Rev. psicoanál., 15(1-2):215-216.

(1958). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 15(1-2):215-216

Hartmann, Heinz: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EGO CONCEPT IN FREUD'S WORK. (El desarrollo del concepto del yo en la obra de Freud). “Int. J. of Psych.”, 1956, VI, 425

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Eduardo Tepes

Desarrolla el autor en este artículo las vicisitudes que el concepto del yo sufriera en la obra de Freud. Desde el primer concepto de Freud, que define al yo como una organización con catexis constante, hasta los últimos en que el yo aparece como un verdadero sistema, distingue tres etapas o fases en la evolución de estos conceptos.

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