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Abrams, S. (2011). Historiography 101 for Psychoanalysts. Psychoanal. St. Child, 65:103-128.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 65:103-128

Historiography 101 for Psychoanalysts

Samuel Abrams, M.D.

I plan to propose an outline for a course for psychoanalytic clinicians called Historiography 101. My presentation is madeup of three parts: an argument justifying the proposal, a clinical anecdote to anchor the argument, and a description of what the course might actually look like.

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