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January 13, 1951

Freud: Dictionary of Psychoanalysis

JAMA. 1951;145(2):123. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920200063030

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Abstract

This small volume is written by a psychoanalyst for students of psychoanalysis and for the intelligent layman. The authors adhere strictly to the tenets of psychoanalysis as laid down by Freud. The book is more than a dictionary and, in the nature of the material, had to be such. Mere brief definitions would probably not be satisfactory. The authors frequently resort, therefore, to brief but adequate discussions of the freudian terms. Anyone particularly interested in the intricacies of the freudian terminology can safely refer to this volume for information. The authors have done a thorough and conscientious job, and their dictionary can be safely recommended.

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