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Revista San Gregorio

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VERA MARQUEZ, Cristhian Eduardo  e  TRUJILLO ELJURI, Amira Gioconda. Psychic separation: Adolescence, pandemic and psychoanalysis. Systematic review of the literature in Latin America. Revista San Gregorio [online]. 2023, vol.1, n.53, pp.212-226. ISSN 2528-7907.

The present investigation was conducted in the pandemic period of covid-19. Given this panorama, it was necessary to know the current state of the research regarding the difficulties of adolescents related to the distancing of family subjectivity or "psychic separation" generated by confinement. Its main objective was to describe the psychoanalytic constructs that could explain the difficulty of psychic separation in adolescents in the face of the so-called New Normality. Thus, a systematic review of the literature was conducted from October 2020 to July 2021. The sample was made up of 12 documents from the Scielo database and the Google Scholar metasearch engine that provided research from university repositories. One of the most relevant results of the studies analyzed was the particular response to a frequent problem: The family group was decisive in building an "external" bridge, either by way of respecting the privacy of the adolescent or contributing to the insertion in other extra-family spaces. The bibliometric data showed that the greatest scientific production occurred in 2020, prioritizing articles over theses; on the other hand, Ecuador and Argentina were the ones that published the most.

Palavras-chave : psychic separation; systematic review; psychoanalysis; adolescence; Covid-19.

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