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Liberman, D. (1954). Weiss, E., English, Spurgeon O.: Psychosomatic medicine. Ed. W. B. Saunders Company, 1943 (pág. 450). (Weiss-English, Medicina Psicosomática Jaquecas, pág. 431. Ed. López y Etchegoyen, Bs. As., 1949).. Rev. psicoanál., 11(1-2):243.

(1954). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 11(1-2):243

Weiss, E., English, Spurgeon O.: Psychosomatic medicine. Ed. W. B. Saunders Company, 1943 (pág. 450). (Weiss-English, Medicina Psicosomática Jaquecas, pág. 431. Ed. López y Etchegoyen, Bs. As., 1949).

Review by:
David Liberman

Los autores destacan los rasgos clínicos de la jaqueca y pasan revista a diversas opiniones de otros autores.

En una síntesis final, Weiss-English dicen que los niños expuestos a intensas privaciones en su desarrollo emocional, tienen sentimientos hostiles contra determinadas personas, a las cuales están íntimamente vinculados, al mismo tiempo adoptan los rasgos de conducta exhibidos por éstas. Al transferir esta conducta les resulta imposible expresar hostilidad cuando llegan a sufrir una frustración real o fantaseada frente a esas personas. Entonces aparece la jaqueca.

David

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