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Samuels, A. (1989). Fred Plaut in Conversation with Andrew Samuels. J. Anal. Psychol., 34(2):159-183.

(1989). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 34(2):159-183

Fred Plaut in Conversation with Andrew Samuels

Andrew Samuels

Biographical Note: Fred Plant was born in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1913. He left Germany in 1933 and lived in South Africa until 1946. During the war he served in the South African Army Medical Corps and attained the rank of captain.

In the same year he came to London to further his study of psychiatry and qualified as an analyst in 1950. He went to live in West Berlin in 1986.

Plaut is a training analyst of both the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, and the German Society of Analytical Psychology. He is a past chairman of the medical section of the British Psychological Society and a former editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.

He was for many years Consultant Child Psychiatrist at the Middlesex Hospital, London.

He has written numerous papers, and a book entitled Analysis Analysed is to be published shortly.

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