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Kafka, E. (1984). Cognitive Difficulties in Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal Q., 53:533-550.

(1984). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 53:533-550

Cognitive Difficulties in Psychoanalysis

Ernest Kafka, M.D.

ABSTRACT

The author raises a number of questions about cognitive difficulties in relation to psychoanalysis. He presents the case of an adult patient in whom previously unrecognized childhood cognitive difficulties were discovered during the course of analysis. Their relationship to the patient's problems in adulthood is discussed. Some suggestions and speculations about the questions raised are presented with the hope of stimulating further exploration of what the author considers to be an interesting and important subject for psychoanalysis.

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