Freud: A Critical Re-Evaluation of His Theories

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Available English Translations of Freud's Works Cited in Chapter VI.
The Handling of Dream Interpretation in Psychoanalysis. 1911. Standard Edition, Vol. XII, pp. 91-96. Under title: The Employment of Dream Interpretation in Psychoanalysis. Collected Papers, Vol. II, pp. 305-311.
The Dynamics of Transference. 1912. Standard Edition, Vol. XII, pp. 99-108. Under title: "The Dynamics of the Transference." Collected Papers, Vol. II, pp. 312-322.
Recommendations to Physicians Practising Psychoanalysis. 1912. Standard Edition, Vol. XII, pp. 111-120. Under title: Recommendations to Physicians on the Psychoanalytic Method of Treatment. Collected Papers, Vol. II, pp. 323-333.
On Beginning the Treatment (Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psychoanalysis. I.) 1913. Standard Edition, Vol. XII, pp. 123-144. Under title: "Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psychoanalysis." "On Beginning the Treatment" "The Question of the First Communications." "The Dynamics of the Cure." Collected Papers, Vol. II, pp. 342-365.
Remembering, Repeating and Working-Through. (Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psychoanalysis. II.) 1914. Standard Edition, Vol. X II, pp. 147-156. Under title "Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psychoanalysis." "Recollection, Repetition and Working-Through". Collected Papers, Vol. II, pp. 366-376.
Observations on Transference-Love. 1915. See bibliographic note to Chapter V.

NOTES ON CHAPTER VI

For an excellent historical review of the topic of transference, see D. W. Orr: "Transference and Counter-Transference: A Historical Survey," Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, II, 1954, pp. 621-70.

The literature on psychoanalytic technique to 1936 is summarized in Chapter VII of O. Fenichel: Problems of Psychoanalytic Technique (The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 1941). Particularly important for the expansion of psychoanalytic technique are S. Ferenczi and O. Rank: The Development of Psychoanalysis ( New York and Washington, D.C.: Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Co., 1925). W. Reich: Character Analysis

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