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Wallerstein, R.S. (1998). Lay Analysis: Life Inside the Controversy. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press.

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Wallerstein, R.S. (1998). Lay Analysis. , 1-485. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press.

Lay Analysis: Life Inside the Controversy

Robert S. Wallerstein


Preface ix
Acknowledgments xiii
1 The Origins of the Question of Lay Analysis: The Development in Europe 1
2 The Confrontation from America and the “1938 Rule” 23
3 The Post-World War II Resolution of the Crisis 51
4 My Life into Psychoanalysis 75
5 Training for Research: The First Crack in the Door 95
6 The Four Committees of the American and the Precipitation of the Lawsuit 113
7 My Career in the IPA and the Filing of the Lawsuit 137
8 The First Year of the Lawsuit 159
9 The Settlement Negotiations that Failed: April to October 1986 183
10 Averting a Split: Agreement between the American and the IPA, December 1986 207
11 Revision of the “1938 Agreement,” July 1987: The End of a Half-Century of Controversy 237
12 The Clash over Class Certification: October 1987—February 1988 261
13 The Settlement Agreement: October 1988 285
14 The 1989 IPA Congress: Resolution of the Issue 313
15 Struggles over Implementation, 1989-1990 335
16 Further Struggles over Implementation, 1990-1991 361
17 Subsidence of the Legal Threat 387
18 The Story Brought to Date, 1996 411
19 The Meaning of the Controversy: The Identity of Psychoanalysis 443

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