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Moraitis, G. (1981). The Psychoanalytic Study of the Editing Process: Its Application to the Interpretation of a Historical Document. Ann. Psychoanal., 9:237-263.

(1981). Annual of Psychoanalysis, 9:237-263

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Editing Process: Its Application to the Interpretation of a Historical Document

George Moraitis, M.D.

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A few years ago, Professor Donald Levine and I made a presentation on Haile Selassie to a small group of psychoanalysts and social scientists; my work with Professor Levine became the starting point for a more systematic study of the methodological issues involved in collaborations between psychoanalysts and scholars of other disciplines. In a recent publication (Moraitis, 1979) I described my collaborative work with a biographer of Nietzsche in which I focused on the development of the historian's creativity and the psychological factors that facilitated or hindered it. In the collaborative work that I am about to describe, my role and objective were substantially different. My collaborator provided references from the literature and memories of personal experiences in Ethiopia, while I was doing the reading and eventually the writing of a paper on a subject of my own choice that relates to the data generated by this collaborative experience.

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