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(1951). Alexander, A. and French, T. M. Psychoanalytic Therapy—Principles and Application. [New York: The Ronald Press Company. 1946. Pp. 353. $5.00.]. Psychoanal. Rev., 38(1):94-95.

(1951). Psychoanalytic Review, 38(1):94-95

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Alexander, A. and French, T. M. Psychoanalytic Therapy—Principles and Application. [New York: The Ronald Press Company. 1946. Pp. 353. $5.00.]

The authors announce that “This publication contains the results of an investigative work to which every member of the Staff of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis has in some way contributed—a concerted effort both to define those basic principles which make possible a shorter and more efficient means of psychotherapy and, whenever possible, to develop specific techniques of treatment.” Part I sets forth the principles of psychoanalytic therapy with its scope and pathway of development, while Part II deals with its application. In this second part one finds a wide variety of case studies illustrating the reaction types and syndromes encountered in medical practice.

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