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Regression 2019 : Symposium on the state of psychic regression.

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Continuing the reexamination of prevailing views, conceptions and paradigms carried out on the basis of the psychoanalytic theory, as it already has been done in previous publications {1-3}, and considering great significance of the topic, I open the year 2019 with my essay on the state of psychic regression {4}, which in my opinion is the most obvious and earnest problem of our time, and invite all scholars and qualified individuals to participate in a discussion with original propositions and creative solutions.

1. Metaanalysis of psychoanalysis.
http://www.enzymes.at/download/psychoanalysis.pdf

2. Review of the „Handbook of Antisocial personality disorder“.
http://enzymes.at/download/Rezension.pdf

3. De amore.
http://www.enzymes.at/download/love.pdf

4. An essay on regression.
http://enzymes.at/download/regression.pdf

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