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In psychoanalysis, the basic rule (or fundamental rule) is the requirement that the patient should communicate all aspects of their conscious experience during sessions to thier analyst[1]. Naturally the operation of defence mechanisms and the process of therapeutic resistance will affect their ability to do this.

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  1. Rycroft, C. (1995). Critical Dictionary of Psychoanalysis. London:Penguin

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