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Selected Conference Papers
Creating virtuous circles for Psychoanalytic Education. The work of the EPF Working Party Project on End of Training Evaluation. Panel. IPA Congress Berlin. (July 2007).
How do psychoanalysts work? Implicit theories and Explanatory Models: Panel discussion between the EFF Working Parties on Theoretical Issues and Comparative Clinical Methods. IPA Congress Berlin. (July 2007).
Bringing psychoanalysts together to work in new ways in greater depth. An overview of the European working parties project.Panel. IPA Congress Berlin. (July 2007).
Civilization and It’s Discontents Today. Sigmund Freud Today Conference, University of London (December 2006).
Resistance: How Do We Think of It in the Twenty-First Century? American Psychoanalytic Association (January 2003).
Building a psychoanalysis based on a facilitating peer environment. Plenary Address to the 12th National Italian Psychoanalytic Society Conference, Trieste (June 2002).
Internet stocks as "phantastic objects": A psychoanalytic interpretation of shareholder valuation during dot.com mania. Cranfield University Business School (June 2002).
Pluralism in theory and practice. Presidential Address to the Prague Conference of the European Psychoanalytic Federation (April 2002).
Developing qualitative research methods in psychoanalysis. Joseph Sandler Research Workshop. International Psychoanalytic Association and University College (March 2002).
The Search for Understanding the Human Subject: Towards a More Facilitating Peer Environment. Presentation to the Helsinki Psychoanalytic Society, Finland (November 2001).
Unconscious Communication and Mutual Enactment in the psychoanalytic situation. New Bulgarian University, Sofia (October 2001).
Towards a more facilitating peer environment. Buenos Aires, Argentine Pyschoanalytic Association (September 2001).
The Controversial Discussions: The Issue of differences in Method. International Psychoanalytic Association, Nice (July 2001).
Dream Interpretation in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Technique. English Speaking Conference of the British Psychoanalytic Society (October 2000).
The concept of the representational world and its contribution to the task of retaining core concepts in clinical psychoanalysis. International Psychoanalytical Association, Santiago, Chile (July 1999).
On a particular type of "understanding" as a defence against love, hate and violence in the Counter-Transference. European Psychoanalytic Federation, Berlin, Germany (April, 1999).
Panel on the Controversial Discussions 50 Years Later. American Psychoanalytic Association Fall Meeting, New York City (December 1998).
The analyst's observations and the analyst's thoughts. Plenary Presentation, Fall Conference. Deutsche Psychoanalytische Vereinigung, Wiesbaden, Germany (November 1997).
How to contact David Tuckett
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