2017
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2017.07.002
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Scatolin Henrique Guilherme, Cintra Elisa Maria de Ulhoa, Zaidan Eduardo

Abstract: In this book review, the authors of this article intend to explore Klein"s views regarding obsessive neurosis and her theory about the early formation of the superego. It is possible, in 1932, to notice Klein"s affiliation withAbraham"s theory about the development of the libido. By emphasizing the sadism presented in early object relations, Klein also demonstrates the importance of the introjection of objects to whom the baby"s aggressiveness was projected. Therefore, the early infancy is characterized by a …

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