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(1984). Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: The Wolf Phobia in the Fairy-Tale, "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids": The Origin and Meaning of a Type of Anxiety-Neurotic-Phobic Condition. Reinhard Plassmann. Pp. 841-846.. Psychoanal Q., 53:635.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: The Wolf Phobia in the Fairy-Tale, "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids": The Origin and Meaning of a Type of Anxiety-Neurotic-Phobic Condition. Reinhard Plassmann. Pp. 841-846.

(1984). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 53:635

Psyche. XXXVII, 1983: The Wolf Phobia in the Fairy-Tale, "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids": The Origin and Meaning of a Type of Anxiety-Neurotic-Phobic Condition. Reinhard Plassmann. Pp. 841-846.

This fairy-tale (in the version of the Grimm brothers) contains the precise representation of the origin and resolution of neurotic (wolf-) anxiety. The defensive process consisting of several phases, which is clinically well known from conditions of anxiety neurosis and phobia, can be discerned in the story as well. In both cases this defensive process serves the re-establishment of the mother-child relationship.

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(1984). Psyche. XXXVII, 1983. Psychoanal. Q., 53:635

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