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Yampey, N. (1968). Rosen, V., “Disorders of Communication in Psychoanalysis” (“Desórdenes de comunicación en psicoanálisis”), J. Am. Psych. Ass., 1967, XV, 3.. Rev. psicoanál., 25(2):551-552.

(1968). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 25(2):551-552

Rosen, V., “Disorders of Communication in Psychoanalysis” (“Desórdenes de comunicación en psicoanálisis”), J. Am. Psych. Ass., 1967, XV, 3.

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Nasim Yampey

Durante la asociación libre —dice Rosen— se revelan desórdenes de comunicación latentes, especialmente ciertos sutiles signos de perturbación del lenguaje. Distingue entre la operación defensiva del Yo y los disturbios groseros del lenguaje psicótico. Con frecuencia, tales disturbios de la comunicación son manifestaciones de trastornos del pensamiento que pueden reflejarse o no en forma verbal. Se observa a veces en pacientes cuya conducta y cuyos pensamientos abstractos, concretos o imaginativos, están relativamente conservados. Para el autor resultan de una desviación del Yo o un temprano conflicto del desarrollo.

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