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Meltzer, D. (1967). The Psycho-Analytical Process. Karnac Books Ltd..

Meltzer, D. (1967). The Psycho-Analytical Process. , 1-109. Karnac Books Ltd..

The Psycho-Analytical Process

Donald Meltzer

Contents

    PAGE
  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT vi
  PREFACE vii
  INTRODUCTION xi
  SECTION I  
CHAPTER    
I The Gathering of the Transference 1
II The Sorting of Geographical Confusions 13
III The Sorting of Zonal Confusions 23
IV The Threshold of the Depressive Position 32
V The Weaning Process 44
  SECTION II  
VI The Process with Adult Patients 53
VII The Cycle of the Process in the Individual Session 66
VIII The Analytical Work 78
IX Psychoanalysis as a Human Activity 92
  APPENDICES A—L 96
  INDEX 107

Acknowledgement

I wish to thank the following friends for their help and advice in the preparation of this work: Mrs.

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