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Beebe, B. Knoblauch, S. Rustin, J. Sorter, D. (2003). Introduction: A Systems View. Psychoanal. Dial., 13(6):743-775.

(2003). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 13(6):743-775

Introduction: A Systems View

Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D., Steven Knoblauch, Ph.D., Judith Rustin, M.S.W. and Dorienne Sorter, Ph.D.

Our goal in this series of four papers is a further refinement of a theory of interaction for psychoanalysis, with a specific focus on the concept of intersubjectivity. Psychoanalysis has addressed the concept of intersubjectivity primarily in the verbal/explicit mode. In contrast, infant research has addressed the concept of intersubjectivity in the nonverbal/ implicit mode of action sequences, or procedural knowledge. We propose that an integration of explicit/linguistic with implicit/nonverbal theories of intersubjectivity is essential to a deeper understanding of therapeutic action in psychoanalysis today. To shed light on an implicit/nonverbal

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