Donnel B. Stern and Irwin Hirsch (Editors): The Interpersonal Perspective in Psychoanalysis, 1960’s–1990’s: Rethinking Transference and Countertransference; AND Further Developments in Interpersonal Psychoanalysis, 1980’s–2010’s: Evolving Interest in the Analyst’s Subjectivity

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Miller, I.S. Donnel B. Stern and Irwin Hirsch (Editors): The Interpersonal Perspective in Psychoanalysis, 1960’s–1990’s: Rethinking Transference and Countertransference; AND Further Developments in Interpersonal Psychoanalysis, 1980’s–2010’s: Evolving Interest in the Analyst’s Subjectivity. Am J Psychoanal 79, 234–239 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1057/s11231-019-09192-4

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