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Muslin, H.L. (1979). Transference in the Rat Man Case: The Transference in Transition. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 27:561-578.

(1979). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 27:561-578

Transference in the Rat Man Case: The Transference in Transition

Hyman L. Muslin, M.D.

SUMMARY

This study has concentrated on the use of the transference concept in the Rat Man case as a method for revealing

repressed memories and to gain conviction about these repressed memories. In this treatment-transference model, transference interpretations focusing on the analyst are not germane, since the transferences are merely the vehicle by which memories are uncovered. Thus, Freud's transference work in 1907 revealed a transitional phase of his clinical activity soon to be supplanted by later insights into the curative aspects of transference analysis.

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