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Busch, F. (2009). On Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: Psychoanalytic Knowledge as a Process. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 32(2):85-92.

(2009). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 32(2):85-92

On Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: Psychoanalytic Knowledge as a Process

Fred Busch, Ph.D.

The term process knowledge is introduced to highlight a particular way of analyzing that centers on how our patients gain knowledge. It is suggested that analyzing with heightened awareness to process knowledge is crucial for the patients' capacity for self-analysis, and differs from helping patients primarily gain knowledge of their unconscious fantasies and conflicts as the primary curative factor in psychoanalysis.

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