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Reiser, M.F. (1999). Memory, Empathy, And Interactive Dimensions Of Psychoanalytic Process. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 47(2):485-501.

(1999). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 47(2):485-501

Memory, Empathy, And Interactive Dimensions Of Psychoanalytic Process

Morton F. Reiser

How is psychoanalysis to deal with its ever widening field of clinical observations and the changing theoretical perspectives that may accompany them—e.g., those concerning intersubjectivity and empathy? Will it be necessary, as some suggest, to modify traditional theory and to abandon related principles of technique such as anonymity and abstinence? Detailed clinical examples of specific interactions are presented to illustrate the interrelated roles of memory, subjective interaction, and empathy. It is suggested that these clinical observations, which encompass newer perspectives, do not require new paradigms. Rather, they can for the present be comfortable accommodated within the purview of older observations, modern cognitive neuroscience, and traditional technical theory.

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