Muriel dimen and adrienne harris interviewed Joyce McDougall in a conversation ranging across the topics of psychosomatic illness, psychoanalytic practice, the status of sexual and physical abuse, and the concept of hysteria, both classical and contemporary. As all who are familiar with Dr. McDougall's work in Plea for a Measure of Abnormality, Theaters of the Mind, and most recently Theaters of the Body, can attest, her thoughts and interests move freely and vividly among matters of theory and practice; her conceptual developments always very thoroughly grounded in clinical work.
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