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Harrison, I.B. (1967). Follow-Up Note on a Patient who Experienced Hypomania Following a Dream. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:366-369.

(1967). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15:366-369

Follow-Up Note on a Patient who Experienced Hypomania Following a Dream

Irving Burt Harrison, M.D.


A woman who completed analysis several years ago, some details of which were presented in this Journal, returned recently for a

single visit to discuss how to cope with a problem of one of her daughters. In the course of the visit, she revealed her own explanation of a "cure" of residual symptoms of her frigidity, which she had effected shortly after termination, by the use of a single tranquilizer capsule, which had in fact been offered to her husband, facetiously, by a friend, as a cure for impotence. This "cure" is discussed as confirmation of the thesis of the original presentation.

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