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This study employed behavioral and Rorschach Test data to examine eighteen 4- and 5-year-olds with imaginary companions. We hypothesize that the imaginary companions served these children as an adaptive resource in handling conflictual interpersonal experience, thereby enabling them to function...
This article reviews psychoanalytic theory, clinical studies, and empirical investigations regarding the pathological effects of father-daughter incest. This literature suggests strong links between childhood incest and serious psychopathological sequelae, particularly borderline personality...
The possibility that diagnostic formulations can impede rather than promote the goals of psychotherapy is discussed in the context of the intersubjective nature of the therapeutic relationship. Psychoanalytic literature regarding diagnosis and analyzability is reviewed to show how assumptions...
Four principles are identified that account for most delusion formation. The most important of these is transference—transference to the world at large. The second is the defense against pseudohomosexual impulses as described by Freud (and generally misunderstood). The third is the learning...
In an article published in this journal, discussed the situation of the female analyst or therapist and the male patient. In attempting to establish a “new narrative,” she made reference to Freud's ideas about transference. However, many of the references misstate or misconstrue Freud's...
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