Il piccolo Hans e la fobia del professor Freud

Author/s Cesare Romano
Publishing Year 1 Issue 2000/4 Language Italian
Pages 37 P. File size 90 KB
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Il piccolo Hans e la fobia del professor Freud ABSTRACT: The author proposes a re-reading of the clinical case of Little Hans with an emphasis on how Freud’s listening was affected by his theoretical bias and by his necessity to find a convalidation for his theories about infantile sexualities, already delineated in the Three Essays. A second re-reading brings the author to retrace in that classical clinical case a number of projective elements that he thinks to constitute specific memories coming from the infancy of Freud himself. The author believes that in this clinical case the selfanalytic engagement (even if unconscious) by Freud’s part overwhelmed his therapeutic intent.

Cesare Romano, Il piccolo Hans e la fobia del professor Freud in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 4/2000, pp , DOI: