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Shevrin, H. (2010). The Predictive Power of a Comprehensive Psychoanalytic Theory. Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):39-42.

(2010). Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):39-42

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Commentary by
Howard Shevrin

The growth of neuroscience from its beginnings as an organically based psychiatry to its current ascendance as the main avenue for understanding the link between behavior and the brain is well presented by Raz and Wolfson. Their analysis of potential relationships between psychoanalysis and neuroscience is limited by only taking into consideration the clinical application of psychoanalysis and ignoring psychoanalysis as a comprehensive theory of the mind.

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