What kind of research in psychoanalytic science?

The International Journal of Psycho-analysis
Robert S Wallerstein

Abstract

The kind of science that psychoanalysis is (can be), and the kind of research appropriate to it, qualitative and/or quantitative, have been divisive issues from the very inception of the discipline. I explore in detail the complexity of these issues, definitional and semantic, as well as methodological and substantive. A plea is made for the application of qualitative (idiographic)and quantitative (nomothetic) research methods, each to the extent that is appropriate, separately or in conjunction, across the entire spectrum of research domains in psychoanalysis, empirical, clinical, conceptual, historical, and interdisciplinary.

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Citations

Aug 6, 2011·American Journal of Psychoanalysis·C Edward Watkins
Oct 4, 2011·Journal of Physiology, Paris·David Cohen
Apr 27, 2011·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Marshall Bush, William Meehan
Aug 17, 2011·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Michel Sanchez-Cardenas
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Jul 16, 2015·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Dana Birksted-Breen
Jul 16, 2015·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Ricardo Bernardi
Sep 2, 2011·Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association·Jane G TillmanJennifer L Stevens
Apr 5, 2012·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Robert S Wallerstein
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Jun 1, 2018·The International Journal of Psycho-analysis·Adela Abella

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