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Casoni, D. Brunet, L. (2010). Alloying the Gold of Psychoanalysis with the Copper of Suggestion: From Suggestion to Transference Interpretation. Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):19-21.

(2010). Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):19-21

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Alloying the Gold of Psychoanalysis with the Copper of Suggestion: From Suggestion to Transference Interpretation Related Papers

Dianne Casoni and Louis Brunet

The first part of this commentary discusses from a psychoanalytic perspective some of the arguments presented in Raz & Wolfson's Target Article. The second part of the commentary focuses more precisely on a paradox associated with the notion of suggestion as used in the article when seen from a psychoanalytic perspective—in particular, in relation to the shift in Freud's interest from suggestion to unconscious psychic processes. Ideas for further research are then presented.

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