psychoanal.

psychoanal.

abbreviation for
(Psychoanalysis) psychoanalysis
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Int J Psychoanal. Psychother 1984-1985; 10:377-382.
I suggest for these processes the term 'projective identification'" (Int J Psychoanal. 1946;27[pt 3-4]:99-110).
Torok (1984), "The Lost Object--Me": Notes On Identification within the Crypt." Psychoanal. Inq.
"The Third Individuation--the Effect of Biological Parenthood on Separation-Individuation Processes in Adulthood" Psychoanal. St.
The article by pediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott, MD, "Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena--A Study of the First Not-Me Possession," one of the most frequently cited papers in the psychoanalytic literature, addresses this process (Int J Psychoanal. 1953;34[2]89-97).
Several years ago, the British psychoanalyst Enid Balint suggested that people might not necessarily emerge from a group experience less neurotic or psychotic, but invariably, they were more mature (Int J Psychoanal. 1972;53[1]61-5).