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“A Piece of Psycho-analysis”: The British Response to Later Dynamic Psychology

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Abstract

In 1909 Sigmund Freud wrote to Ernest Jones, a native of Britain, that

I consider it is a piece of psycho-analysis you are performing on your countrymen… you are not to say too much or at too early a moment, but the resistance cannot be avoided, it must come sooner or later and it is best to provoke it slowly and designedly. (22 February 1909, Freud, Letters to Jones)

Keywords

Oedipus Complex British Psychological Society Dynamic Psychology Psychical Phenomenon Dream Interpretation 
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Notes

  1. 7.
    Freud’s work was less favourably reviewed in the British Medical Journal I (1907): 103–104.Google Scholar

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