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Flegenheimer, F.A. (1989). Languages and Psychoanalysis. The Polyglot Patient and the Polyglot Analyst. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 16:377-383.

(1989). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 16:377-383

Languages and Psychoanalysis. The Polyglot Patient and the Polyglot Analyst

Federico A. Flegenheimer

SUMMARY

The author considers some of the theoretical and technical problems that arise when an analysis is conducted in a language other than the main languages of the patient and/or analyst. Particular

attention is thus devoted to the problem of the interpretation of dreams, and the paper ends by emphasizing the importance for good analytical work of a satisfactory rapport with the patient's cultural background.

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