[Solved] Which of the Following Is a Difference Between Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic

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Which of the following is a difference between psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy?

A) Psychoanalysis involves 3 or 4 sessions per week over a period of many years and focuses on interpretation of transference and resistance, while psychodynamic therapy involves 3 or 4 sessions per week over a period of many years and focuses on reflection of transference and resistance
B) Psychoanalysis involves 3 or 4 sessions per week over a period of many years and focuses on interpretation of transference and resistance, while psychodynamic therapy is usually short-term-12 weeks and focuses on resistance, transferences, and early caregiver relationships
C) Psychoanalysis is usually short-term-12 weeks and focuses on resistance, transferences, and early caregiver relationships, while psychodynamic therapy involves 3 or 4 sessions per week over a period of many years and focuses on interpretation of transference and resistance
D) Psychoanalysis is usually short-term-12 weeks and focuses on resistance, transferences and early caregiver relationships, while the psychodynamic therapy is usually short-term-12 weeks and focuses on reflection and early caregiver relationships

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