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Rangell, L. (1950). Psychiatry. XII, 1949: Study of Resistance and Its Manifestations in Therapeutic Groups of Chronic Psychotic Patients. Irving M. Rosen and Mignon Chasen. Pp. 279–283.. Psychoanal Q., 19:447.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychiatry. XII, 1949: Study of Resistance and Its Manifestations in Therapeutic Groups of Chronic Psychotic Patients. Irving M. Rosen and Mignon Chasen. Pp. 279–283.

(1950). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 19:447

Psychiatry. XII, 1949: Study of Resistance and Its Manifestations in Therapeutic Groups of Chronic Psychotic Patients. Irving M. Rosen and Mignon Chasen. Pp. 279–283.

Leo Rangell

Rosen and Chasen describe various manifestations or indications of resistance in their psychotic patients during the course of group therapy. The issues which provoked the various resistances concerned ideas of physical danger, of rejection, and of feelings of attraction to the therapist. Many of the issues stemmed from the therapist's own unconscious attitudes and for these an outside observer was frequently helpful.

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Rangell, L. (1950). Psychiatry. XII, 1949. Psychoanal. Q., 19:447

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