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J., E. (1922). Our Invisible Selves: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis. By Walter M. Gallichan. (Athletic Publications Ltd., London. 1922. Pp. 122. Price 2s.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 3:387-387.

(1922). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 3:387-387

Our Invisible Selves: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis. By Walter M. Gallichan. (Athletic Publications Ltd., London. 1922. Pp. 122. Price 2s.)

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E. J.

One more popular account of psycho-analysis. It is a quite adequate, though not particularly well-ordered account, and written with Mr. Gallichan's known capacity. It contains no serious inaccuracies and will doubtless succeed in its aim of popularising a knowledge of psycho-analysis. We would note one historical slip, on page 48; the case to which the author refers was treated forty-two years ago, not twenty-five years, and by Dr. Breuer alone, not by Freud in collaboration with Breuer.

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