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Schachter, J. Brauer, L. (2001). The Effect of the Analyst's Gender and Other Factors on Post-Termination Patient-Analyst Contact: Confirmation by a Questionnaire Study. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 82(6):1123-1132.

(2001). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 82(6):1123-1132

The Effect of the Analyst's Gender and Other Factors on Post-Termination Patient-Analyst Contact: Confirmation by a Questionnaire Study

Joseph Schachter and Lee Brauer

This questionnaire study was designed to confirm and further explore an earlier finding of a gender difference in post-termination patient-analyst contact, as well as to assess whether practices regarding post-termination contact have changed in the five-year interval since the first study. The hypothesis that women analysts are more likely to have post-termination contact with their analysands than men analysts was confirmed by the present study. Analysts who report thinking frequently about their most significant analyst are contacted by a much larger proportion of prior patients than those who rarely think about their analyst. Further, women analysts are more likely to feel they benefited from the analysis they consider their most significant analysis, and to feel positively about that analyst. In 1994, analysts were much more accepting of and more likely to propose post-termination contact than in 1989. What the analyst reports he/she says to the patient is associated with the likelihood of such contact.

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