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Stathopoulos, G. (2017). Hypochondria: A Review of its Place in Psychoanalytic Theory. Psychoanal Q., 86(2):359-381.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 86(2):359-381

Hypochondria: A Review of its Place in Psychoanalytic Theory

Georgios Stathopoulos

After identifying Freud's fundamental contributions to the concept of hypochondria, the author undertakes a brief review of the term's trajectory within the Anglophone and Francophone psychoanalytic literature. Notions of defense, anxiety, and representation as they relate to corporeal experience are discussed. The author illustrates these main axes with which to read hypochondria with clinical material drawn from the analysis of a woman in whom somatic manifestations were especially pervasive.

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