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Makman, M. (1989). Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Tracking the Borderline Triad. James F. Masterson, Pp. 467-479.. Psychoanal Q., 58:171-171.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Tracking the Borderline Triad. James F. Masterson, Pp. 467-479.

(1989). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 58:171-171

Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986: Tracking the Borderline Triad. James F. Masterson, Pp. 467-479.

Mariane Makman

Masterson once again illustrates his basic hypothesis about the psychodynamics of borderline pathology, with detailed description of treatment of an adolescent girl, age seventeen years, with borderline character structure. The "triad," which must be analyzed and worked through, is the following: "separation-individuation leads to anxiety and depression, which leads to defense."

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Makman, M. (1989). Adolescent Psychiatry. XIII, 1986. Psychoanal. Q., 58:171-171

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