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(1984). Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: Language, Life Practices, and Scene Understanding in Psychoanalytic Therapy. Alfred Lorenzer. Pp. 97-115.. Psychoanal Q., 53:633.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: Language, Life Practices, and Scene Understanding in Psychoanalytic Therapy. Alfred Lorenzer. Pp. 97-115.

(1984). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 53:633

Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: Language, Life Practices, and Scene Understanding in Psychoanalytic Therapy. Alfred Lorenzer. Pp. 97-115.

Freud stated that the repressed unconscious results from the separation of object representations from word representations. Lorenzer strips the seeming objectivism from this terminology by invoking other of Freud's texts. The object representations are memory traces of (as yet) nonverbalized interactions; that is, precipitates of experienced actions and models for future actions. By participating in the patient's game, the therapist can employ his scene understanding to deal with all the presented material in analogy to the interpretation of dreams. Scene understanding is, therefore, the royal road to the unconscious.

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(1984). Psyche. XXXVII, 1983. Psychoanal. Q., 53:633

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