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(2015). Correction Note. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 96(1):83.

(2015). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 96(1):83

Psychoanalytic Controversies

Correction Note

We would like to apologise for an error that occurred in the print version of IJP 95.6. The following paper was omitted:

Introduction to “How and why unconscious phantasy and transference are the defining features of psychoanalytic practice”

By Rachel B. Blass

This is the Introduction to the Psychoanalytic Controversies section on unconscious phantasy and transference in IJP 95.6. The omitted paper now appears in the online version of the issue 95.6 and it appears in print in this issue.

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