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Scott, W.M. (1955). A Note on Blathering. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 36:348-349.

(1955). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 36:348-349

A Note on Blathering

W. Clifford M. Scott


Blathering may be a useful word to apply to a specific early, oral, libidinal activity and its connected fantasies. During interpretation of the transference situation, when blathering anxiety is unconsciously present, blathering, not as a word but as an act, may be useful.

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