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Scott, W.M. (1952). Patients who Sleep or Look at the Psycho-Analyst During Treatment—technical Considerations. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 33:465-469.

(1952). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 33:465-469

Patients who Sleep or Look at the Psycho-Analyst During Treatment—technical Considerations

W. Clifford M. Scott

SUMMARY

If more attention is paid to defences against sleeping and looking as well as to their substitute and primary instinctive aspects, an increased amount of sleeping and looking may enter the analytic situation. Such a development may furnish new material to be used in interpretations and may speed rather than retard the progress of the analysis.

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