Una investigación sobre la teoría psicoanalítica de la depresión.


  • Herbert Rosenfeld

Palabras clave:

depresión, melancolía, super yo, / ansiedad paranoide, paranoia, narcicismo, sentimiento de culpa, reparación, factor constitucional, ambivalencia, oralidad, introyección, identificación, relación de objeto, reseña conceptual


En este estudio trataré de presentar un informe detallado del trabajo de la mayoría de aquellos analistas que han hecho contribuciones importantes a la psicopatología de la depresión.


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Una investigación sobre la teoría psicoanalítica de la depresión. (1963). Revista Uruguaya De Psicoanálisis, 5(1), 53-106. http://publicaciones.apuruguay.org/index.php/rup/article/view/445