The British School of Psychoanalysis: The Independent Tradition
Free Association Books, 1986 - Great Britain - 429 pages
This is a collection of the works of the Independent Group of psychoanalysts in Britain includes contributions to the theory of object relations, counter-transference, early environment, regression and female sexuality.
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