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      Wallerstein, R.S. (1998). Lay Analysis: Life Inside the Controversy. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press.

      Wallerstein, R.S. (1998). Lay Analysis. , 1-485. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press.

      Lay Analysis: Life Inside the Controversy

      Robert S. Wallerstein

      Contents

      Preface ix
      Acknowledgments xiii
      1 The Origins of the Question of Lay Analysis: The Development in Europe 1
      2 The Confrontation from America and the “1938 Rule” 23
      3 The Post-World War II Resolution of the Crisis 51
      4 My Life into Psychoanalysis 75
      5 Training for Research: The First Crack in the Door 95
      6 The Four Committees of the American and the Precipitation of the Lawsuit 113
      7 My Career in the IPA and the Filing of the Lawsuit 137
      8 The First Year of the Lawsuit 159
      9 The Settlement Negotiations that Failed: April to October 1986 183
      10 Averting a Split: Agreement between the American and the IPA, December 1986 207
      11 Revision of the “1938 Agreement,” July 1987: The End of a Half-Century of Controversy 237
      12 The Clash over Class Certification: October 1987—February 1988 261
      13 The Settlement Agreement: October 1988 285
      14 The 1989 IPA Congress: Resolution of the Issue 313
      15 Struggles over Implementation, 1989-1990 335
      16 Further Struggles over Implementation, 1990-1991 361
      17 Subsidence of the Legal Threat 387
      18 The Story Brought to Date, 1996 411
      19 The Meaning of the Controversy: The Identity of Psychoanalysis 443
      References 457
      Archives: British Psychoanalytical Society: Chapters 2 and 3 463
      Bulletins of the International Psychoanalytical Association: Chapters 2 and 3 464
      Committee on the Prerequisites for Training (CPT) of the Board on Professional Standards (BOPS): Chapter 6 465
      Further Documentation: Chapter 6 465
      Documentation for Chapters 7 through 18 466
      List of Organizations Involved in the Lawsuit, Its Precursors, and Its Aftermath 478
      List of Individuals Involved in the Lawsuit, Its Precursors, and Its Aftermath 479
      Index 487

      Preface The Conception of This Book

      As of this writing (1995-1996), psychoanalysis as a science and profession is almost exactly 100 years old.

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