Psychodynamic Psychologists

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Farrow (1942)
the written cure
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Pol and Hones (1998)
recorded 200 sessions with a single patient, noting symptoms were reduced during periods of rich free association
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Bergin (1971)
80% of patients beneffitted from Free Assocation compared to only 65% from eclectic therapies
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Tschuschke et al (2007)
longer treatments of FA yeild the best results, supporting the need for prolonged therapy
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Popper (1935)
black swans and falsification
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recorded 200 sessions with a single patient, noting symptoms were reduced during periods of rich free association

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