This book reviews some of the recent developments and controversies in psychoanalytic theory and technique. Gathering together both previously published articles and extensive new material, it examines such issues as the new psychoanalytic views of homosexuality, bisexuality, and the influence of gender in the analytic relationship. The author explores the application of psychoanalysis to non-clinical fields, including the problem of psychoanalytic research and its clinical implications, the validation of psychoanalytic interventions in the clinical process, and the challenges of psychoanalytic education. He shows how psychoanalysis can be helpful in addressing such cultural problems as socially-sanctioned violence, and asserts the continued relevance of object relations theory and its compatibility with Freuds dual drive theory.
The psychoanalytic theories of both Freud and Erickson are similar in many ways, but Erickson recognized a wide range of outcomes from the eight developmental stages that being different from Freuds five stages.. Freud believed that development in the first six years occurred in the three stages (Stassen). Freud believed that each stage focused on sexual pleasure that came or originated from a particular part of the body. For a newborn baby the oral stage is where the infant would use the mouth, tongue and gums to focus on pleasures from that area and how to experience the new world through this medium of pleasure. Feeding as an infant if one of the primary rituals that occurs for the first many months of a babys life, where Freuds theory would explain the wants and needs of a smoker that is still unconsciously stuck in the oral stage of life.. The next stage of Freuds theory is the anal stage that occurs from one to three years of age, where the toddler pleasures from retaining and ...
Presents, in Lacanian terms, an integration of psychoanalytic theory in which the battery of key Freudian concepts - from the dynamics of the Oedipus complex to the ego, id, and super-ego - are seen to intersect in Freuds most far-reaching and speculative formulation of a drive towards death.
The Interpretation of dreams is a 1903 book by Sigmund Freud, a pioneer of psychoanalytic theory, where the author presents his interpretation of dreams with reference to the Oedipal Complex. The Oedipal Complex was a theory that was used in the later works of Freud and the study of dreams, but the concept itself has been around for much longer. The Oedipal Complex is concerned with how children interpret their parents actions in relation to their unconscious sexual desires. The Oedipal Complex theory is still widely accepted by psychoanalytic theory today ...
The ultimate aim of forensic psychotherapy is like any other psychological intervention for offenders: to help the offender accept responsibility for his offense and, by acknowledging both agency and ownership of the offense, reduce the risk of future violent acts.21 The most effective psychological therapies are associated with increased agency and more coherent self-narratives,22 and in the forensic context, with the recovery of mental health combined with ownership and responsibility for risk to others.. Early psychoanalytic theorists argued that psychoanalysis could not be used to help violent and antisocial people. However, a few early notable psychoanalysts in both the United States and the United Kingdom, such as Karl Menninger and Edward Glover, were interested in applying psychoanalytic theory to understanding and treating such individuals, leading to the development in both countries of clinics that addressed both the psychodynamic assessment and treatment of forensic patients. Some ...
The publication schedule for 2017 continues to promise a flurry of new releases over the coming months. Écrits translator Bruce Finks A Clinical Introduction to Freud will be one of the first, coming out 21st March in the US and in the UK on 2nd May. Also just around the corner is the release of Luis Izcovichs The Marks of a Psychoanalysis published by Karnac as part of the CFAR Library collection, which is due out in the UK on 28th April and in the US on 31st May. The Palgrave Lacan Series continues to release some of the best new writing in the Lacanian field. As well as those announced previously on this site, 2017 and 2018 will see plenty more new work appear. Dany Nobus The Law of Desire is currently in production and due to be released in June, followed later in 2017 by Adrian Johnsons Irrepressible Truth on Lacans The Freudian Thing. 2018 will see three further works in the Series: 2001: A Space Odyssey and Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory by Daniel Bristow; Lacanian Psychoanalysis ...
McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB. In this talk Benjamin brings together her psychoanalytic theory of the Third together with her experience with dialogue in the Middle East and with colleagues involved in post-war reconciliation in Rwanda, South Africa and Chile. She suggests ways in which we can think about deep psychological structures in both collectives and individuals that lead to fear-based hatred of the Other. Why is it so hard for some of us to meet the urgent call of victims? Why do some political movements, as we see in the present, engage in denial or even destructive attacks on those who are vulnerable? The historical efforts to redress this find that we may be in a struggle over whose suffering is considered worthy of attention. In such cases we find the imaginary position to be Only one can live. This fantasy may underlie the fact that in some instances where people are subjected to great suffering and helplessness this makes them and their injuries appear threatening to those ...
Because most psychiatric illnesses are complex phenomena, no single method or approach is sufficient to explain them or the experiences of persons who suffer from them. In The Concepts of Psychiatry S. Nassir Ghaemi, M.D. argues that the discipline of psychiatry can therefore be understood best from a pluralistic perspective. Grounding his approach in the works of Paul McHugh, Phillip Slavney, Leston Havens, and others, Ghaemi incorporates a more explicitly philosophical discussion of the strengths of a pluralistic model and the weaknesses of other approaches, such as biological or psychoanalytic theories, the biopsychosocial model, or eclecticism.. Ghaemis methodology is twofold: on the one hand, he applies philosophical ideas, such as utilitarian versus duty-based ethical models, to psychiatric practice. On the other hand, he subjects clinical psychiatric phenomena, such as psychosis or the Kraepelin nosology, to a conceptual analysis that is philosophically informed. This book will be of ...
1. What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of psychoanalytic theory? How would Freudians view the nature of personality? 2. What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of trait theory?.
Zepf, S. & Zepf, F. D., Jan 2012, Journal of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice, Jg. XXVII / Korrespondenzen. Raguse, B., Kittler, E. & Reiter, B. (eds.). Lehmann Media, p. 152-180 (Zeitschrift für Psychoanalytische Theorie und Praxis (Journal for Psychoanalytical Theory and Practice)).. Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Chapter ...
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Developmental Theories Analysis - Freud vs. Erickson Ashleigh Bennett CNSL - 5143 Dr. Davis April 13, 2015 Freud vs. Erickson Theory Psychoanalytic Theory...
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Some psychoanalytic researches are reviewed here to give an overview of how ideas on prenatal life and psychoanalytic ideas on ego-formation got tentatively together during the last century and the first years of the new century. There is a large bow to Ferenczi who published his long paper Thalassa in 1924 after about ten years of thoughts on it that were shared by Maiello, Hidas and Raffai, and Wilheim. Certainly this bow is incomplete. However, we can see how prenatal life becomes more relevant in psychoanalytic research, too. ...
Some psychoanalytic researches are reviewed here to give an overview of how ideas on prenatal life and psychoanalytic ideas on ego-formation got tentatively together during the last century and the first years of the new century. There is a large bow to Ferenczi who published his long paper Thalassa in 1924 after about ten years of thoughts on it that were shared by Maiello, Hidas and Raffai, and Wilheim. Certainly this bow is incomplete. However, we can see how prenatal life becomes more relevant in psychoanalytic research, too. ...
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Humans seem to readily track their conspecifics mental states, such as their goals and beliefs from early infancy. However, the underlying cognitive architecture that enables such powerful abilities remains unclear. Here I will propose that a basic representational structure, the belief file, could provide the foundation for efficiently encoding, and updating information about, others beliefs in online social interactions. I will discuss the representational possibilities offered by the belief file and the ways in which the repertoire of mental state reasoning (...) is shaped by the characteristics of its constituents. A series of questions will be outlined concerning the representational skeleton of the belief file, sketching a possible structure that supports the rapid encoding and re-identification of belief related information. After analyzing the possible limitations of the belief attribution system, I will examine some of its characteristics that might enable a flexibility that is often ...
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This issue of CC-AI attempts to present a combined view of current ideas concerning the understanding and development of systems with self-referential and evolutionary characteristics. In short, both of the traditional paradigms of Artificial Intelligence (AI), leading to the construction of symbolic or dynamic models of the mind-brain, are considered insufficient to tackle the understanding of cognitive systems. The modelling of biological systems is believed to pose the same sort of problem for the field of Artificial Life (ALife).. Traditionally, AI has been associated with a computational approach to cognition. Its models involve systems that manipulate symbols which stand for external observables _ a representational scheme. This manipulation follows computational rules, and has lead to the idea of mind as a program. With this approach, the particular substrate which implements symbols and rules is irrelevant as long as the desired computation is achieved. It is usually referred to as the ...
Yesterday I published the first part of an essay discussing the presentation of Dr Caroline Leaf, Audiologist, Communication Pathologist, and self-titled cognitive neuroscientist, at Kings Christian Church, Gold Coast. Tonight I want to continue dissecting some of the more pertinent statements that she made, including her view of the mind-brain connection, a smattering of smaller…
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Q. In my depressive state brought on not only by issues with religion but past sexual abuse I have been seeing a therapist. He has told me and I do not quite agree with this: We are in control of our own thoughts and actions, therefore how we feel is our choice. I have also heard and read that depression and other
In this final post about 2017, I refer to several previous posts that do a better job of describing this aspect of our year. The first 2/3s of the year were a blur in many ways. My spouse spiraled down into a depressive state and I did everything I could to maintain what needed to … [Read more…]. ...
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Trained as a psychiatrist, he abandoned the profession in favour of psychoanalysis in the early thirties. After publishing his paper on the Mirror Stage in 1949, for which he is probably best known to the general public, in the early fifties Lacan embarked on a project he called the Return to Freud.. Lacan began holding yearly seminars, starting in 1952, re-examining Freuds work. At the time, the theory and technique of psychoanalysis was facing a complete overhaul at the hands of post-Freudian psychoanalysts, many of whom had emigrated to the United States after the war. Lacan railed against their teaching of Freud, seeing it as an oversimplification of his work and a corruption of psychoanalytic technique reducing it to the status of life management. Through his seminars he offered another interpretation of Freuds work and psychoanalytic theory. Inventive, radical and adventurous, many still believe Lacans to be a creative mis-reading of Freud.. However Lacans seminars grew in popularity ...
It is perhaps inconceivable in the latter half of the twentieth century to suggest that Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychiatrist, folklorist, and philologist, should be associated with any other name than Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. For after all, wasnt Jung Freuds most eminent disciple? Didnt Freud discover the unconscious and Jung therefore follow in his footsteps as an acolyte and heir apparent to the psychoanalytic throne? Didnt Jung learn all about dynamic theories of the unconscious from Freud, and then break away to develop his own errant interpretations of psychoanalytic theory, thus classing him with the likes of Rank, Homey, and Adler as one of the neo-Freudians? Recent historical evidence suggests that the answer to all these questions might actually be a resounding No! and that Jungs thought, in fact, should be interpreted nor within the context of Viennese psychoanalysis, but in light of the indigenous history of Swiss psychology and its more enduring ...
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is best known as the Father of Psychoanalysis. An Austrian neurologist, Dr. Freud developed his theory of psychoanalysis in the 1890s as a way to treat his patients with symptoms of hysteria. He worked with Dr. Josef Breuer during that time in treating a female patient with a conversion disorder, with the use of psychoanalytic methods. Although Freuds theories have been controversial through the years, his pioneering work laid the foundation for modern psychology. Sigmund Freud was convinced that sexual conflicts and issues were related to most psychological problems. His work with the unconscious mind, the use of defense mechanisms, the sexual stages of development, and the different aspects of the psyche-the id, the ego, and the superego-were ground breaking and became the basic tenets of his psychoanalytic theory.. ...
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CONCLUSION: I love reading horror about as much as I love reading fantasy, so when I first heard about Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy and its theme of where the fantastic mixes with the horrific, I couldnt have been more excited-especially once I saw who all was contributing. But the anthology is not perfect. I thought two of the short stories could have been omitted without any great loss; a couple of others seemed incomplete including The Steam Dancer (1896); and I thought the anthology could have benefited from 3-4 additional contributions, although the Joe Hill chapbook helps. Furthermore, Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy is a bit lacking in both the fantasy and horror departments. Of the former, most of the stories take place in a contemporary milieu with the fantastic elements of a more ambiguous nature. Horror meanwhile is of the subtler, more psychological variety. Despite these issues however, Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy left me quite impressed, particularly ...
Not all of those exotic views are shared by all the interviewed analysts, of course. Indeed, if you consult two psychoanalysts on any given subject, you usually end up with three different opinions. The analysts in The Wall have one thing in common, though: they revel in the same baseless and gratuitous psychoanalytic method, and they display the same cavalier disregard for careful scientific theorizing about the human mind. Particularly harrowing is the bleak view expressed by many Lacanian analysts about the expected benefits of their (or any form of) therapy (the pleasure of taking interest in a soap bubble, says one analyst after an embarrassing silence). This reflects another central tenet of Lacanian psychoanalysis: we cannot be cured from the human condition, and the symptoms developed by a patient constitute his or her way of coping with the ineluctable knot into which we humans tie ourselves (hence the choice for autism). Instead of fostering false hopes, or so the Lacanians ...
In the early 1980s, MIT professor Sherry Turkle first called the computer a second self. With this essay, she presents a major new theory of evocative objects: Wearable computers, PDAs, online multiple identities, companion species (such as quasi-alive virtual pets, digital dolls, and robot nurses for the elderly), affective computing devices (such as the human-like Kismet robot), and the imminent age of machines designed as relational artifacts are causing us to see ourselves and our world differently. They call for a new generation of psychoanalytic self-psychology to explore the human response and the human vulnerability to these objects.
Fantasy prone personality (FPP) is a disposition or personality trait in which a person experiences a lifelong extensive and deep involvement in fantasy. This disposition is an attempt, at least in part, to better describe overactive imagination or living in a dream world. An individual with this trait (termed a fantasizer) may have difficulty differentiating between fantasy and reality and may experience hallucinations, as well as self-suggested psychosomatic symptoms. Closely related psychological constructs include daydreaming, absorption and eidetic memory. American psychologists Sheryl C. Wilson and Theodore X. Barber first identified FPP in 1981, said to apply to about 4% of the population. Besides identifying this trait, Wilson and Barber reported a number of childhood antecedents that likely laid the foundation for fantasy proneness in later life, such as, a parent, grandparent, teacher, or friend who encouraged the reading of fairy tales, reinforced the childs ... fantasies, and ...
Sigmund Freud gave fantasy a bad name back in 1908 when he said, A happy person never fantasizes, only a dissatisfied one. Granted, this is also the guy who said clitoral orgasms were immature, and fortunately, weve had a century of research (and impassioned women) to prove Freud wrong. The truth is, a healthy fantasy life is one key to a great sex life--and your partner might not always play the leading role. Fantasy isnt the sad daydreaming of the lonely, forlorn or frustrated in love. Research shows that people with active fantasy lives are more sexually satisfied, more sexually responsive and more adventurous about sex in general. Not bad.. While a lot of fantasy takes place while awake, whether during a particularly boring meeting at work or compliments of the internet, our deepest sexual longings also find their way into our dreams. Sleep puts the brain on autopilot and allows the deeper desires inside of us to come out and play. As neuroscientist Mark Solms, a leading expert in the ...
Getting Started: The Alternative. Instruction Booklet.. PART ONE: BASIC CONTROLS AND UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHARACTERS.. 1 The Spiky-Haired Mercenary vs. the French Narrative Theorist: Final Fantasy VII and the Writerly Text (Benjamin Chandler).. 2 Kefka, Nietzsche, Foucault: Madness and Nihilism in Final Fantasy VI (Kylie Prymus).. 3 Judging the Art of Video Games: Hume and the Standard of Taste (Alex Nuttall).. PART TWO: PLAYING THE GAME-BUT WHAT IF ITS NOT A GAME?. 4 The Lifestream, Mako, and Gaia (Jay Foster).. 5 Gaia and Environmental Ethics in The Spirits Within (Jason P. Blahuta).. 6 Objectification of Conscious Life Forms in Final Fantasy (Robert Arp and Sarah Fisk).. PART THREE: ABILITIES YOU NEVER KNEW YOU HAD.. 7 Final Fantasy and the Purpose of Life (Greg Littmann).. 8 The Four Warriors of Light Saved the World, but They Dont Deserve Our Thanks (Nicolas Michaud).. PART FOUR: SIDE QUESTS OF THE ENLIGHTENED.. 9 Shinto and Alien Influences in Final Fantasy VII (Jonah Mitropoulos).. 10 ...
MORE FANTASY: Biggest injury risks , Week 10 Studs & Duds , Fantasy Source 30-day trial - Bears QB Jay Cutler made a surprisingly quick return from a partially torn groin, but his comeback ended early when he suffered an ankle injury late in the fourth quarter against the Lions. Cutler, who appeared to be limited by the groin in the second half, was again replaced by Josh McCown, who led the Bears to a late TD. This could continue to be a frustrating situation for fantasy owners, but at least both quarterbacks have a good grasp of Chicagos offense, so Bears receivers shouldnt be affected either way.. UPDATE: Cutler has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain and is considered week-to-week, though owners shouldnt expect him back before the fantasy playoffs. McCown will start for now.. - The Bills got quarterback EJ Manuel back from a knee injury sooner than expected, but lost Stevie Johnson to a groin injury in Week 10 against the Steelers. Johnson came up lame in the fourth quarter and was ...
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Fantasy: The Fantasy Artists Network Magazine was a fanzine edited by Carol Fisher and Kathy Hammel. Fantasy was published in the 1970s and 1980s in California, U.S.A. Issue 1, published in 1979, featured contributions bu Christalene Loren, Jan-Ellis Leon, among others. Issue 3, released in 1979, featured a cover by Joan Hanke Woods, and profiles of Alicia Austin (Kevas and Trillium) and Victoria Poysner. This issue also featured art work by Gail barton, Cecilia Cosentini, Ed Dorn, Miriam Greenwald, Ted Guerin, Teddy Harvia, Ernest Hogan, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Gary Raham, Michael Rodan, Darrell Schweitzer, Steve Swenston, and Arlin Teeselink. Articles were by Lea Braff and Michael Rodan, among others. Issue 4, from Winter 1979/1980, featured a cover by Arlin Teeselink, back cover by Gary Raham, with profiles on Patrick Woodroffe, and Joan Hanke Woods, and art work by Dave Archer, John Alexander, Ted Guerin, David Houston, HAML, Janny Wurts, and Jonn Zack. Articles were by John Alexander, among ...
Enter into Neth Space and you will find thoughts and reviews of books and other media that fit the general definition of speculative fiction. This includes the various genres and sub-genres of fantasy, science fiction, epic fantasy, high fantasy, hard sci-fi, soft sci-fi, new weird, magical realism, cyberpunk, urban fantasy, slipstream, horror, alternative history, SF noir, etc. Thoughts are my own, Im certainly not a professional, just an avid reader avoiding his day job.. ...
FFX was the first Final Fantasy of the Playstation 2 console generation. It hit the shelves in North America over a year after the PS2, so it wasnt exactly a launch title. But it was still an important system-seller and acted as proof that this new machine would be worth it. It was indeed a massive step up visually. Id say the in-game cutscenes look more detailed than the pre-rendered cutscenes of FFVIIIAlthough maybe thats just due to just the step up in resolution, which was pretty big.. Which is astounding, considering the games were only 2 years apart. This is more remarkable than people realize. Yes, The hardware is faster so of course the graphics are better is the predictable response. But the impressive thing here isnt just the step up in graphics, its the complete overhaul of the entire art pipeline. Between Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy X, youve got new tools being used to make new kinds of models that use new animation techniques that key into the new voice acting and ...
With Jared out for the week, Yahoo Sports Fantasy Expert Matt Harmon fills in and takes the opportunity to explore the one weak spot in his fantasy game: making a trade. On the sixth episode of The Fantasy Rush, fellow fantasy expert Liz Loza helps Matt figure out how to turn Adrian Peterson into Joe Mixon, and in return, hell help her explore why anyone would ever choose to run 26.2 miles in under two hours.
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Gygax: High Fantasy Whisking your mind off to fantastical lands and wondrous soundscapes, Gygax comes flying in with a brand new effort titled High Fantasy. Soaked in influence from the likes of Dungeons & Dragons among other fantasy ideas and realms, Gygax provides you with a greatly melodious fantasy metal sound that is incredibly addictive…
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In many ways, the key to unlocking the pathological mind of a serial killer lies in the nature or content of his fantasy and how he actualizes it. Driven by obsessive fantasy, serial killers are compelled to murder again and again in order to satisfy their desires. However, the reality of killing never lives up to the perfect excitement of their fantasies.