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Rodriguez Quiroga de Pereira, A. Roussos, A. (2018). El contexto como texto en la sesión: intervenciones psicoanalíticas y subjetividad social The context as a text within the session: psychoanalytic interventions and social subjectivity. IJP Open, 5:1.

(2018). IJP Open, 5:1

El contexto como texto en la sesión: intervenciones psicoanalíticas y subjetividad social The context as a text within the session: psychoanalytic interventions and social subjectivity

Andrea Rodriguez Quiroga de Pereira and Andrés Jorge Roussos

psychoanalytic theory and technique produced an “inside” and “outside” of the session, where the role of patient’s and therapist’s socio-cultural belongings (social subjectivity) remained relatively excluded from being understood and worked in treatment (Berenstein, 2004; Orlinsky y Ronnestad, 2005). AIMS AND METHODS: comparing session from psychoanalytic process of Argentina and United States, this study evaluated the presence of specific aspects of social subjectivity in patient-therapist discourse, and its links with clinical interventions. 40 sessions were used (20 for each country). The methodological design was exploratory and descriptive, with quali-quantitative analysis. Both the social subjectivity categories classification (Author's name, 2015) and the interventions classification of (Author's name 2006) were used. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: in both groups, social subjectivity was targeted with specific psychoanalytic interventions, with a greater use of signaling and confrontation in argentine therapists. Results show that aspects historically assigned to the session’s context were registered within its text. Implications for psychoanalysis’ research, practice and clinical training are discussed

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