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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 1: S. C. Laha. 'Concept of Time.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 1: S. C. Laha. 'Concept of Time.'

(1953). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34:356

Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 1: S. C. Laha. 'Concept of Time.'

Variations in time-sense in primitive and civilized peoples, in children, in different degrees of attention, and in neurosis and psychosis are briefly discussed.

It is suggested that time-sense is a sublimated form of anxiety resulting from incomplete discharge of libido in the sublimations associated with civilization.

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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 1. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356

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