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Frank, G. (1998). The Intersubjective School of Psychoanalysis: Concerns and Questions. Psychoanal. Psychol., 15(3):420-423.

(1998). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 15(3):420-423

The Intersubjective School of Psychoanalysis: Concerns and Questions Related Papers

George Frank, Ph.D.

A problematic issue in the intersubjective approach is the intersubjectivists' concept of reality. They seem to imply that the reality of the patient—analyst interaction is that which is created by them in the moment. The basis for a transference interpretation thereby seems unclear.

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