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As I have explained in other sections of this site, when I went from training in Medicine, Internal Medicine and Psychiatry to Psychoanalysis in 1968, I did so having had extensive exposure to a fundamental scientific method used in the former two professions and was much inspired by the histories of the researchers who had […]

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Group Description For several years, the theories of Psychoanalysis, in their original and current versions, have regularly been criticized for their lack of science.  Logic would say that the profession and its critics would want a science, but that is not clearly the case.  This group will collect data, explore causes and seek solutions. The […]