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(2000). Bibliographie de James Innes-Smith. Rev. Belg Psychanal., 37:121.

(2000). Revue Belge de Psychanalyse, 37:121

Bibliographie de James Innes-Smith

James Innes-Smith 1968 A theory of transition : latency and adolescence from an objectrelations viewpoint. Thèse, non publiée.

James Innes-Smith 1973 Transitional objectrelations in the analysis of créative patients. Non publié. [Related→]

James Innes-Smith 1974 Factors in homosexuel objectchoice. Non publié. Avant 1977 The concept of the Unconscious. Non publié.

James Innes-Smith 1977 Projective identification, re-introjection and the status of the other. Non publié. [Related→]

James Innes-Smith 1985 Autistic and transitional precursors of adult object-choice. Conférence donnée à la Société Canadienne de Psychanalyse, Banff.

James Innes-Smith 1987a Time and terminabiJity in the psychoanalytic process. Conférence donnée au congrès de l'IPA en 1986.

James Innes-Smith 1987b Pre-oedipal identification and the cathexis of autistic objects in the aetiology of adult psychopathology. Int. J. Psycho-Anal. 68 (3), p. 405-414. [→]

James Innes-Smith 1990a La neutralité de l'analyste. Revue belge de psychanalyse 17, p. 43-47. [→]

James Innes-Smith 1990b L'auto-analyse de l'analyste formateur. Bulletin de la FEP 34, p. 5-17. [→]

James Innes-Smith 1990c L'acheminement vers robjet : une question de temps. Bulletin de la FEP 35, p. 20-33. [→]

James Innes-Smith 1994 Transitionality and the origin of transference objects.

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