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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3: E. Bergler. 'Incognito Exhibitionism.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356-357.
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(1953). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34:356-357

Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3: E. Bergler. 'Incognito Exhibitionism.'

Exhibitionism is divided into four types, which are illustrated by clinical examples.

Acting on the stage is discussed as a sublimatory

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defence, originally against narcissistic voyeurism. Acting a part permits exhibitionism, but incognito, and is thus a final stage in the defensive process.

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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356-357

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