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Astor, J. (2001). Is transference the ‘total situation’?. J. Anal. Psychol., 46(3):415-430.

(2001). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 46(3):415-430

Is transference the ‘total situation’?

James Astor

This paper examines through the detailed explication of analytic material the author's experience of a psychoanalytic and a Jungian way of understanding the interactions between him and his patient. This comparative approach considers where the differences lie with respect to timing and content of interpretations and where the differences are essentially tactical rather than theoretical.

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