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Group analysis. Vol 34, nº 2 

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Articulos

Sharpre, J.; Selley, C.; Low, L.; Hall, Z. (2001). Group Analytic Therapy for Male Survivors of Chilhood Sexual Abuse. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Michel, L. (2001). Group dynamics of a Research Team Working in the Field of Migration. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Stacey, R. (2001). Complexity and the Group Matrix. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Bradbury, S. “Proper Ttime” in the Matrix. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Stacey, R. (2001). Discussion on Article by Sue Bradbury. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Winship, G. (2001). Notes on the Technic of Psychoanalytic Infant Observation: A Group-Analytic Training Perspective. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Acquarone, S. (2001). Social from Birth: A Commentary on and Response to Article by Gary Winship. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Thorndycraft, B. (2001). The Colditz Syndrome: The Need to Escape from Group Therapy. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Evans, S.; Chisholm, P.; Walshe, J. (2001). A Dynamic Psychotherapy Group for the Eldery. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Evans, C. (2001). Research as an Extended Group Phenomenon: Is “Hard Science” a Sexual Metaphor?. Group Analysis. 34 (2).

Commentaries

Brown, D. (2001). Commentary on “Research as an Extended Group Phenomenon: Is “Hard Science” a Sexual Metaphor?” by Chris Evans. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Karterud, S. (2001). Group Analysis in the Age of Evidence-based Psichology/Psychiatry- Commentary on “Research as an Extended Group Phenomenon: Is “Hard Science” a Sexual Metaphor?” by Chris Evans. Group Analysis. 34 (2).
Tschuschke, V. (2001). Research in Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis: “Sexual Metaphors” vesus Unconscious “Fantasies of Grandiosity”? A Replay and Commentary to the Article by Chris Evans. Group Analysis. 34 (2).

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