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Rangell, L. (2007). Response to Dr. Wallerstein: Part I. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(3):510-514.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(3):510-514

Response to Dr. Wallerstein: Part I Related Papers

Leo Rangell, M.D.

I do not believe that misunderstanding or misrepresentation has played a part in these differences. What I think has been at play for almost 20 years has been a difference in outlook on scientific and social issues, and in our interpretations of the historical course of events affecting psychoanalytic theory. These are reversing in recent years, which I welcome. No objective events have taken place to account for these changes, only subjective developments.

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