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Hendrick, I. (1936). The Editors of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly. Psychoanal Q., 5:296.

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:296

The Editors of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly

Ives Hendrick

I am personally indebted to the Editors for allowing Dr. Malamud to publish his comments on my review. I was aware that in the selection of detail for review certain implications which the author did not intend might occur, and it is fair that he should have the opportunity to point them out. A rebuttal would involve chiefly detailed references to contradictory statements on the pages chosen for citation by Dr. Malamud and by me, respectively; this would have more dialectic than scientific value. His reference to a misstatement by me is, I regret, fully justified by the syntax of the words "in contrast to". My actual meaning, that the statements on pages 345 and 347–8 appear to contrast the view of Kahn with those of Freud, would, I think, be accurate.

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