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Horacio Etchegoyan or R-Horacio Etchegoyen is an Argentine psychoanalyst who studied to the Colegio Nacional de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata. During his university studies of medicine in the 1940s, he militated in a movement of the University reformation. He was analyzed by Heinrich Racker then later by Donald Meltzer and began his psychoanalytic formation in Argentina with Enrique Pichon Rivière, Marie Langer, León Grinberg and José Bleger.

ReferencesEdit

  • The Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique, Karnac Books ed., New Ed, 2005, ISBN 185575455X


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