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Makman, M. (1989). Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Traumatic Contributions in the Development of an Obsessional Neurosis in an Adolescent. Loretta R. Loeb. Pp. 201-217.. Psychoanal Q., 58:169-170.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Traumatic Contributions in the Development of an Obsessional Neurosis in an Adolescent. Loretta R. Loeb. Pp. 201-217.

(1989). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 58:169-170

Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Traumatic Contributions in the Development of an Obsessional Neurosis in an Adolescent. Loretta R. Loeb. Pp. 201-217.

Marianne Makman

After a brief review of the psychoanalytic theory of psychosexual development and also of studies of children's reactions to death and separation, the author describes in considerable detail the four-year analysis of an adolescent girl with obsessive-compulsive neurosis. She found that the patient's symptoms were in part determined by her inability to "deal with multiple deaths and losses during her oedipal and latency periods." The article is interesting and useful because it so thoroughly illustrates the value of the analytic process and insights in the resolution of neurotic

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conflicts even in a relatively young adolescent (aged thirteen to seventeen during her treatment).

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Article Citation

Makman, M. (1989). Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986. Psychoanal. Q., 58:169-170

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