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Busch, F. (1995). Resistance Analysis and Object Relations Theory: Erroneous Conceptions Amidst Some Timely Contributions. Psychoanal. Psychol., 12(1):43-53.

(1995). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12(1):43-53

Resistance Analysis and Object Relations Theory: Erroneous Conceptions Amidst Some Timely Contributions

Fred Busch, Ph.D.

Although object relations theory has led to important contributions to our understanding of the resistances, object relations theorists consistently make a common psychoanalytic error in their understanding of resistances (i.e., the confusion of Freud's first and second theories of anxiety). The implications of this for psychoanalytic technique and the goals of psychoanalytic treatment are explored.

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