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(1987). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 56:430.

(1987). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 56:430

Notes

ERRATUM: In the October 1986 issue of The Quarterly (Vol. LV, No. 4), a typographical error occurred in Charles M. T. Hanly's review of the book, Freud and the Mind by Ilham Dilman. On page 680 of that review, the last sentence of the second paragraph was printed as follows: "In a successful analytic process, the fixated incest wish undergoes a process of attrition by means of a great deal of working through, until the memory of having had the incest wish can become unconscious." The word "unconscious" in that sentence should have been "conscious."

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