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Murray, A. (1989). Sweden. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 12(1):83-84.

(1989). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 12(1):83-84

Sweden

Andreas Murray

25 January: Oliver Parland, Helsinki: An oedipal constellation, as it was manifested in music (Concerning the life and music of Robert Schumann).
8 February: Richard Matz: The concept of time in Freud and Heidegger.
24 February: Tomas Böhm, Lajos Székély and David Titelman: Viewpoints on the meeting of 8 February.
7 March: Rivka Eiferman, London: It suddenly came to me—on the “occurrence” of an idea and its sequel.
11 March: Patrick J. Casement, London: Some effects of theory on the psychoanalytic process.
28 March: Andreas Murray: The travel across the sea. On the fantasy of the phallic mother as a defence.
18 April: Mikael Enckell, Helsinki: On psychoanalysis and the Jewish tradition.
25 April: Rolf Thorén: On the change of body-experience in an analytic patient.
16 May: Turid Nyhammar, London: Secretiveness and the need to confess: an illustration of the analytic process. (On an adolescence case.)
9 September: Joyce McDougall, Paris: On psychic deprivation: a study of psychosomatic phenomena in the psychoanalytical process.
10 September: Viviane Jansson: A case presentation for Dr. McDougall.
26 September: Andràs Pöstényi, Annastina Rilton and Lars Sjögren: Reflections and question marks regarding Joseph Sandler's book “Projection, Identification and Projective Identification”.
10 October: Eva Zethelius: With tears in the throat. On the start and termination phases of an analysis. Separation and mourning.

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