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  • Pathology
  • It has had considerably more of an impact in the Anglo-Saxon world than in Europe , especially in France , where it has been often understood as an attempt to desexualize psycho-pathology, or even as something similar to the ego psychology of Heinz Hartmann, Ernst Kris, and Rudolph M. Loewenstein. (encyclopedia.com)
  • therapy
  • With a license-eligible Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, you'll gain the knowledge and skills necessary to transform your affinity for helping others into a career in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). (jfku.edu)
  • disciplines
  • Both disciplines [physics/psychology] have, for all their diametrical opposition, one most important point in common, namely the fact that they both approach the hitherto "transcendental" region of the Invisible and Intangible, the world of merely analogous thought. (weebly.com)
  • Today, more than twenty-five years after Jung's death, alchemy is once again a respected subject of both academic and popular interest, and alchemical terminology is used with great frequency in textbooks of depth-psychology and other disciplines. (gnosis.org)
  • People
  • Many researchers have been studying on the reasons why people catch other people's feelings or rather moods and found out that people undergo the same due to transference or reflection and this emotional contagion is highly experienced in people who probably have common interest, or even are close to one another. (dmcontrols.com)
  • Hence, people catch feelings since they identify themselves with other people and they greatly understand their emotions and thus take up their moods through transference and reflection either consciously or even unconsciously (Hatfield, Cacioppo, & Rapson, 1994). (dmcontrols.com)
  • modern
  • Quoting No. 102, p. 300: Albrecht Dihle thus notes that the Homeric term menos comes indeed very near to the modern notion of will, but adds that menos does not belong to the normal or natural equipment of man according to Homeric psychology. (oocities.org)