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" Every time that we treat a neurotic psychoanalytically, there occurs in him the so-called phenomenon of transfer (Uebertragung), that is, he applies to the person of the physician a great amount of tender emotion, often mixed with enmity, which has no... "
Papers on Psycho-analysis - Page 255
by Ernest Jones - 1913 - 432 pages
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The American Journal of Psychology

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1910
...psychoanalytically, there occurs in him the so-called phenomenon of transfer (Uebertragung), that is, he applies to the person of the physician a great amount...by the patient in his relations to the physician, and only by such a living of them over in the ' 'transfer' ' is he convinced of the existence and the...
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Lectures before the Department of psychology

Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) - Education - 1910
...psychoanalytically, there occurs in him the so-called phenomenon of transfer (Uebertragung), that is, he applies to the person of the physician a great amount...memory, is accordingly lived over by the patient in bis relations to the physician, and only by such a living of them over in the "transfer" is he convinced...
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Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Volume 1

Morton Prince - Psychology, Pathological - 1911
...person that had previously been their object being replaced by the physician.' In a recent lecturef he re-states this in the following words: " He (the...which have apparently been deserted in the preceding con*Freiid. Bruchstuck.ete. S. 103, 104. \Freud. The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis. AMERICAN...
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Studies in abnormal psychology, Volume 1

Morton Prince - Psychology, Pathological - 1911
...person that had previously been their object being replaced by the physician.' In a recent lecturef he re-states this in the following words: " He (the...which have apparently been deserted in the preceding con*Fre ud. Bruchstuck, etc. S. 103, 104. siderations, is to continue the present theme, for these...
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Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory

Barbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...Bruchstiick, etc., S. 103, 104. adjusted to the Patient's psyche as a whole. Again, to quote Freud. 1 He (the patient) applies to the person of the physician...by the patient in his relations to the physician." Without Transference no effective Analysis could take place, and no therapeutic work could be achieved....
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Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory

Barbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...Bruchstikk, etc., S. 103, 104. adjusted to the Patient's psyche as a whole. Again, to quote Freud.1 He (the patient) applies to the person of the physician...by the patient in his relations to the physician." Without Transference no effective Analysis could take place, and no therapeutic work could be achieved....
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Psychoanalysis and Behavior

André Tridon - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 354 pages
...the old wish-fancies of the patient which have become unconscious. Every fragment of his emotional life, which can no longer be called back into memory, is accordingly lived over by the patient in his relation to the physician, and only by living it over in the transference is he convinced of the power...
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