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Afterman, J. (1962). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: A Note on Some Dream Symbols and the Significance of Their Changes During Analysis. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 261-266.. Psychoanal Q., 31:587.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: A Note on Some Dream Symbols and the Significance of Their Changes During Analysis. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 261-266.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:587

Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961: A Note on Some Dream Symbols and the Significance of Their Changes During Analysis. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 261-266.

Joseph Afterman

Symbols in dreams, especially in recurrent dreams, can be very specific basic conflicts and fantasies in certain patients. These basic symptoms may change before changes are observed in a patient's conscious feelings and fantasies. Among the case examples is that of a sixteen-year-old schizophrenic boy who had had overwhelming primal scene experiences. He conceived of himself and his parents as wild beasts. He repetitively dreamt of stone statues, which changed to wooden horses and then into wild animals.

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Afterman, J. (1962). Journal of the Hillside Hospital. X, 1961. Psychoanal. Q., 31:587

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