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Shane, M. Shane, E. (1995). Un-American Activities and Other Dilemmas Experienced in the Supervision of Candidates. Psychoanal. Inq., 15(2):226-239.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 15(2):226-239

Un-American Activities and Other Dilemmas Experienced in the Supervision of Candidates

Morton Shane, M.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.

The tripartite model of education pertains in all psychoanalytic training institutes, with supervision of the candidate's control cases being one of the three sectors that constitute that educational structure. This pedagogical model serves psychoanalytic training whether the training institute is affiliated with either the American Psychoanalytic or the International Psychoanalytic, or whether it exists as a freestanding body. Furthermore, assessment of individual candidate progression is ordinarily made largely on the basis of the supervised case. This rather modest basis for the assessment of an entire and quite lengthy educational experience results, first of all, from the fact that one sector of the tripartite model, and, arguably, the most significant, the training analysis, is most always outside the sphere of assessment altogether, the majority of institutes limiting the training analyst's report of the training analysis to, at the most, number of hours and whether its ending constitutes a termination or an interruption.

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