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1998, vol. 30, iss. 2-3, pp. 173-197
Follow-up of children with anxiety disorder in the latent age, ten years after treatment with brief psychoanalytic psychotherapy
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Mental Health + University of Belgrade, Faculty of Defectology
Abstract
In order to evaluate the permanent effect of brief psychoanalytic psychotherapy in children with separation problems, and for a project on psychiatry of children and adolescents, the third study was conducted on the sample of children covered by the second study 10 years after completion of the therapy and withdrawal of the basic symptoms. Out of 18 children, we got in touch with 13, while only 11 agreed to take the separation anxiety test (SAT) again. The basic properties of certain patterns of attachment diagnosed on the Hansburg separation anxiety test in adolescence are presented.
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Mahler, M.S., Furer, M. (1968) On human symbiosis and the vicissitudes of individuation. New York: International University Press, vol. 1
Malan, Dh. (1963) A study of brief psychotherapy. London, itd: Tavistock Publications
Sarnoff, C. (1976) Latency. New York: Yenson Aronson
 

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