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Contemporary Controversies in Psychoanalytic Theory, Techniques, and Their Applications$
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Otto F. Kernberg

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780300101393

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300101393.001.0001

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The Interpretation of the Transference (with Particular Reference to Merton Gill's Contribution)

The Interpretation of the Transference (with Particular Reference to Merton Gill's Contribution)

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(p.232) 15 The Interpretation of the Transference (with Particular Reference to Merton Gill's Contribution)
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Contemporary Controversies in Psychoanalytic Theory, Techniques, and Their Applications
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Otto F. Kernberg

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300101393.003.0015

This chapter talks about Merton Gill and the influence of his assessment of the classical ego psychological approaches on the recent trends in American psychoanalysis. It mentions Gill's contribution to psychoanalytic technique and turns to transference, specifically its nature and prevalence. Finally, the chapter ends with a section on the contributions of the analyst on patient behavior.

Keywords:   Merton Gill, classical ego, psychological approaches, American psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic technique, transference, patient behavior, analyst

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