Textbook of Psychoanalysis

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Edward Nersessian, Richard G. Kopff
American Psychiatric Press, 1996 - Psychology - 726 pages
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"Textbook of Psychoanalysis" is an excellent introduction and mental health reference source for everyone interested in psychoanalysis-from all levels of students to seasoned clinicians.

Psychoanalysis is now nearly 100 years old, and its history is rich, as represented by the work of Freud, Abraham, Fenichel, Adler, Jung, Hartmann, Klein, Reich, Horney, and other important theorists.

The book is unique in that it covers a broad range of up-to-date topics: theories of the mind, theories of psychopathology, treatment, research, and current issues of special interest to psychoanalysts. The authors-specially selected theoreticians, researchers, and clinicians-have written on subjects on which they are leading experts.

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