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Burstein, A.G. Bertenthal, M. (1986). A Note on Everyday Psychopathology and Narcissism. Psychoanal. Psychol., 3(3):269-276.

(1986). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3(3):269-276

A Note on Everyday Psychopathology and Narcissism

Alvin G. Burstein, Ph.D. and Michael Bertenthal, M.A.

After reviewing the kinds of data used by Kohut in verifying his psychology of the self, we point out that little use was made of what Freud called “everyday psychopathology,” a line of evidence with special advantages. We describe in detail a series of such behaviors with the aim of encouraging further exploration.

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