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Estudos Interdisciplinares em Psicologia

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LUSTOZA, Rosane Zétola  and  PINHEIRO, Nadja Nara Barbosa. University discourse and the function of supervised stage in clinic-school: contributions from psychoanalysis. Est. Inter. Psicol. [online]. 2014, vol.5, n.2, pp. 02-14. ISSN 2236-6407.

The transmission of Psychoanalysis at the university is questionable because there is a tension between the rules that governs the university discourse and analytic discourse. The article intends to point out some limits and possibilities of working with Psychoanalysis at the university. Initially features two discourses based on Lacanian theory. Following, it investigates the valuation model used in universities as a contemporary version of university discourse. In this model, the issues of subjectivity are silenced in favor of valuing quantity of knowledge. Finally, the article elects supervised stage as a privileged moment of the transmission of Psychoanalysis at the university. Despite the difficulties, we conclude that clinical experience acquired at clinical-school has a positive function because it requires that the intern be responsible for his/her practice.

Keywords : psychoanalysis; university; supervised stage.

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