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Michael Balint - bibliography

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Hungarian psychoanalyst and biochemist, 1896-1970.


  • Individual differences of behaviour in early infancy.
    Dissertation for Master of Science in Psychology.
    London, 1945.
  • Primary Love and Psycho-Analytic Technique. 1956.
  • Der Arzt, sein Patient und die Krankheit.
    Stuttgart, Klett, 1957.
  • Thrills and Regressions. 1959.
    German translation: Angslust und Regression. Stuttgart, Klett-Cotta, 1991.
  • The doctor, his patient and the illness.
    London: Churchill Livingstone, 1964.
    German translation: Der Arzt, sein Patient und die Krankheit. Stuttgart, Klett-Cotta, 1996.
  • Basic Fault. 1967.
  • Harold Stewart et al:
    Michael Balint - Object Relations Pure and Replied. Routledge, London, 1996.
  • Franz Sedlak, Gisela Berber:
    Beziehung als Therapie. Therapie als Erziehung. Michael Balints Beitrag zur heilenden Begegnung.
    E. Reinhardt, München, ISBN: 3497012572
    A survey of a quarter-century of Balint work. The Clinical Diary of Sándor Ferenczi. Edited by Judith Dupont. Translated by Michael Balint and Nicola Zarday Jackson. First cloth edition, 1988.

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