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Firestein, S.K. (2001). Teaching with Tape-Recorded Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal Q., 70(3):655-663.

(2001). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70(3):655-663

Teaching with Tape-Recorded Psychoanalysis

Stephen K. Firestein, M.D.

The pedagogic advantages of the study of psychoanalytic process with the help of tape-recorded psychoanalytic sessions is described, with some reference to others' experiences with recording drawn from the literature. Illustration is provided through reference to the reactions of fourth-and fifth-year psychoanalytic candidates to such samplings of one patient's recorded analysis.

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