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Chapter 1: Psychoanalysis and the Japanese Personality Chapter 2: Psychoanalysis and Western Man Chapter 3: Amae and Transference-Love Chapter 4: Heeding the Vocabulary of Another Culture: Psychoanalysis in Japan

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This posthumous publication consists of three parts written at different times by Takeo Doi. The second part was written in 1964 as his presentation at the first congress of the World Association of Social Psychiatry. The first part was added when the second part was introduced to the Japanese readers in 1969. The third part was written about Freud’s Observations on Transference-Love (Contemporary Freud) in 1993. Upon Doi’s return to Japan in 1956 after a disappointing experience in the United States, where it was recommended that he return to Japan by Dr. Reider, Takeo Doi investigated himself personally and culturally.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 17, 2016

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