Definition of Psychoanalytic process

1. Noun. A process that is assumed to occur in psychoanalytic theory.




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Literary usage of Psychoanalytic process

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1. The History of the Psychoanalytic Movement by Sigmund Freud (1917)
"The former pointed out that a great many purely psychiatric cases can be explained by the same psychoanalytic process as those used in dreams and in the ..."

2. Nervous and mental disease monograph series (1917)
"The former pointed out that af great many purely psychiatric cases can be explained by the same I psychoanalytic process as those used in dreams and in the ..."

3. Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low (1920)
"In other words, he is fighting against the psychoanalytic process, and the overcoming of his opposition, which is part of the therapeutic task, ..."

4. Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low (1920)
"In other words, he is fighting against the psychoanalytic process, and the overcoming of his opposition, which is part of the therapeutic task, ..."

5. The Theory of Psychoanalysis by Carl Gustav Jung (1915)
"I believe that it is not only a moral, but a professional duty also, for the physician to submit himself to the psychoanalytic process, in order to clean ..."

6. Repressed Emotions by Isador H. Coriat (1920)
"... the patient's intelligent appreciation of the psychoanalytic process and partly because it furnishes an insight into exactly how psychoanalysis works. ..."

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