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Allison, L., Palmer, R. (2013). The Technique of Psycho-Analysis - David Tuckett on Ella Sharpe. Univ. Colg. of London Videostream, 1:2.

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(2013). University College of London Video Collection, 1:2

The Technique of Psycho-Analysis - David Tuckett on Ella Sharpe

Directed by:
Liz Allison

Produced by:
Rose Palmer

An Interview with:
David Tuckett

Published by:
University College of London Author Information

Professor David Tuckett talks to Dr Elizabeth Allison of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London about Ella Sharpe's classical clinical lectures given regularly at the Institute of Psychoanalysis and published in the International Journal. Films about 10 key papers in British psychoanalysis discussed by 10 eminent British analysts are currently in production - The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: I. The analyst, The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: III. Survey of defence-mechanisms in general character-traits and in conduct: evaluation of pre-conscious material and The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: V: anxiety: outbreak and resolution

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