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Abrams, S. (2015). Pernicious Residues of Foundational Postulates: Their Impact on Women. Psychoanal. St. Child, 69:41-58.

(2015). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 69:41-58

Pernicious Residues of Foundational Postulates: Their Impact on Women

Samuel Abrams, M.D.

It has long been recognized that many of the original psychoanalytic views of women were derived from misguided theories. Regrettably, residues of the foundational postulates that informed those theories still persist, assuring a pervasive gender bias even in contemporary psychoanalytic investigations. This contribution describes where those postulates reside, while proposing alternates that could prove far more useful for the theory and practice of our profession.

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