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Roeckerath, K. (2010). Neuro-Psychoanalytic Study Group, Frankfurt-Cologne, Germany. Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):110-110.

(2010). Neuropsychoanalysis, 12(1):110-110

Neuro-Psychoanalytic Study Group, Frankfurt-Cologne, Germany

Klaus Roeckerath

The group has finished its project of working in a psychoanalytic setting with patients showing neglect and anosognosia following a stroke in the right hemisphere of the brain. The results have been published by Vandenhoek and Ruprecht, Goettingen, Germany, under the title: Verletztes GehirnVerletztes Ich. Treffpunkte zwischen Psychoanalyse und Neurowissenschaften. Mit einem Vorwort von Mark Solms. [Damaged brain—damaged ego. Meeting points between psychoanalysis and neuroscience. With a foreword by Mark Solms]. It can be found at

The publication is currently available only in German. There are no further projects planned at the moment.

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