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Giordanelli, L. (1990). On Technique: Interpretation as a Structuring Function in Relational Space. Rivista Psicoanal., 36(1):4-24.

(1990). Rivista di Psicoanalisi, 36(1):4-24

On Technique: Interpretation as a Structuring Function in Relational Space Language Translation

Lucrezia Giordanelli

The concept of technique in psychoanalysis is to a certain extent ambiguous, pertaining on the one hand to theory (presenting itself as a theoretical model and method), and on the other to clinical practice, from which therapeutic results and theoretical knowledge are derived. A good example of this ambiguity is contained in the free ‘term associations’, which may simultaneously be considered as an expression of clinical technique and of method, and as a theoretical model.


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