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*  Repressed memory
Ideas on repressed memory hiding trauma from awareness were an important part of Sigmund Freud's early work on psychoanalysis. ... Freud's repressed memory theory joined his philosophy of psychoanalysis. Repressed memory has remained a heavily debated topic ... inside of Freud's psychoanalysis philosophy. Some research indicates that memories of child sexual abuse and other traumatic ...
*  Wilhelm Fliess
Martin Gardner suggested that Freud's willingness to entertain Fliess' "crackpottery" casts doubt on psychoanalysis itself and ... Psychoanalysis: The Clinical Evidence" (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1999). A Few Kind Words about Hate by ... Fliess came to play an important part in the development of psychoanalysis. Freud, who described Fliess as "the Kepler of ... a controversial chapter in the history of psychoanalysis. Fliess developed several idiosyncratic theories, such as 'vital ...
*  List of important publications in psychology
Freud, S. (1917). Introduction to psychoanalysis. Freud, S. (1923). The ego and the id. Gannushkin, P.B. (1933). Manifestations ... Dream interpretation became a part of psychoanalysis due to this seminal work. Online version Freud, Sigmund (1920). ... Psychoanalysis and Daseinsanalysis (Da Capo Pr, 1982; ISBN 0-306-79708-9) Medard Boss, The Analysis of Dreams (Philosophical ... Introductory Lectures on Psycho-analysis. Discussion of slips, transference, and dream analysis. Includes classic case studies ...
*  Otto Rank
In Creative Dissent: Psychoanalysis in Evolution, Claude Barbre, Barry Ulanov, and Alan Roland (eds.), Praeger, Ch. 4, pp. 37- ... American Journal of Psychoanalysis.72, pp. 326-351. Kramer, Robert (2016). From Skillset to Mindset: A New Paradigm for Leader ... Classical psychoanalysis, along the lines of Freud's 1911-15 technical writings, would now be entrenched in training institutes ... Until the end of the 20th century, psychoanalysis had no theory of emotional experience and, by extension, no theory of ...
*  Treatment of mental disorders
Psychoanalysis, addressing underlying psychic conflicts and defenses, has been a dominant school of psychotherapy and is still ... Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) was the first one to introduce this concept in psychoanalysis. Cognitive therapy is a more recent ... Cognitive behavior therapy Psychoanalysis Gestalt therapy Interpersonal psychotherapy EMDR Behavior therapy Lincoln, William ( ...
*  Psychoanalysis
Lacanian psychoanalysis is a departure from the traditional British and American psychoanalysis, which is predominantly Ego ... Psychoanalysis and Feminism: A Radical Reassessment of Freudian Psychoanalysis. Penguin Books, 2000, 341. For points 1-6, see ... The Institute of Psychoanalysis also publishes The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, maintains a library, furthers ... The International Journal of Psychoanalysis is published by the Institute of Psychoanalysis. Now in its 84th year, it has one ...
*  Child psychoanalysis
... is a sub-field of psychoanalysis which was founded by Anna Freud. Freud used the work of her father ... Mentalisation and the changing aims of child psychoanalysis. In: Klitzing K von, Tyson P, Bürgin D (eds.): Psychoanalysis in ... Klitzing K von, Tyson P, Bürgin D (eds.): Psychoanalysis in Childhood and Adolescence. Basel: Karger 2000. Novick KK, Novick J ... Since its inception, child psychoanalysis has grown into a well-known therapeutic technique for children and adolescents. For ...
*  Resistance (psychoanalysis)
Bernstein, June (2009). "Consciousness and interpretation in modern psychoanalysis". Modern Psychoanalysis. 34 (1): 1-11. ... Psychoanalysis is, altogether, considered to be a type of insight-oriented therapeutic program. Despite general initial ... Additionally, many psychologists believe that the success of psychoanalysis is not due its various explanatory systems or its ... ISBN 978-0-13-935767-1. Williams, edited by Glen O. Gabbard, Bonnie E. Litowitz, Paul (2012). Textbook of psychoanalysis (2nd ...
*  Contemporary Psychoanalysis
For decades, the journal, which was founded in 1964, was the only one to publish articles from all schools of psychoanalysis, ... Contemporary Psychoanalysis is a quarterly academic journal for the dissemination of progressive psychoanalytic ideas. ... Hoffman, Irwin Z. (July 1983). "The Patient as Interpreter of the Analyst's Experience". Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 19 (3): ... Spiegel, Rose; Chrzanowski, Gerard; Feiner, Arthur H. (October 1975). "On Psychoanalysis in the Third Reich". Contemporary ...
*  Freud & Psychoanalysis
... is Volume 4 in The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, a series of books published by Princeton University ... Carl Jung Jung, C.G. (1961). Freud & Psychoanalysis [sic], Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 4, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton ... ISBN 978-0-691-09765-7 Jung, C.G. (1961). Freud and Psychoanalysis [sic], Vol. 4, Collected Works of C. G. Jung, London: ... Subjects covered include Freud's theory of hysteria, the analysis of dreams, the theory of psychoanalysis, and more. The Times ...
*  Interpersonal psychoanalysis
Elephant in the room Interpersonal psychotherapy Intersubjective psychoanalysis Family therapy Relational psychoanalysis ... Interpersonal psychoanalysis is based on the theories of American psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949). Sullivan ... Unifying Psychological Science and Psychoanalysis. Lanham, MD & New York: Jason Aronson. D. B. Stern/C. H. Mann eds., Pioneers ... Along with other neo-Freudian practitioners of interpersonal psychoanalysis, such as Horney, Fromm, Thompson and Fromm-Reichman ...
*  Supervised psychoanalysis
A supervised psychoanalysis or psychoanalysis under supervision is a form of psychoanalytic treatment in which the ... 1984), Clinical perspectives on the supervision of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Springer. Pp. 281, ISBN 0-306-41403-1 ... Countertransference Little Hans Training analysis Roger Perron, Supervised analysis Janet Malcolm, Psychoanalysis; The ...
*  Psychoanalysis (comics)
Psychoanalysis was unlike practically any other comic published, focusing on psychoanalysis and the day-to-day work of ... "Psychoanalysis #4". Grand Comics Database. Retrieved 20 November 2010. Scott (August 20, 2007). "Psychoanalysis #3 (EC, 1955 ... "Psychoanalysis #1". Grand Comics Database. Retrieved 20 November 2010. Reprinted: in Psychoanalysis (Gemstone, 1999 series) #1 ... Psychoanalysis was a short-lived comic book published by EC Comics in 1955 the fifth title in its New Direction line. The bi- ...
*  Intersubjective psychoanalysis
Trends in intersubjective psychoanalysis have accused traditional or classical psychoanalysis of having described psychic ... of psychoanalysis. Intersubjective psychoanalysis suggests that all interactions must be considered contextually; interactions ... Relational psychoanalysis Intersubjectivity Self psychology Atwood G. E., Stolorow R. D. (1984), Structures of Subjectivity: ... The term "intersubjectivity" was introduced to psychoanalysis by George Atwood and Robert Stolorow (1984), who consider it a " ...
*  Construction (psychoanalysis)
Construction, also referred as construction/reconstruction is a widely used, yet vaguely defined topic of modern psychoanalysis ...
*  Phylogeny (psychoanalysis)
Phylogeny in psychoanalysis is the study of the whole family or species of an organism in order to better understand the pre- ... while in Psychoanalysis this is discovered by analysis of the memories of a patient and the relatives. ...
*  Modern psychoanalysis
Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis Center for Modern Psychoanalysis Academy of ... Modern Psychoanalysis, 11: 53-74. Goldberg, J. (1989), Psychosis of the body, cancer of the mind. Modern Psychoanalysis, 14: 21 ... Modern Psychoanalysis, 15: 237-253 Clevans, E. (1976), The depressive reaction. Modern Psychoanalysis, 1: 139-147 Marshall, R ... Modern Psychoanalysis, 2: 120-126. Clevans, E. (1983), A teaching relationship. Modern Psychoanalysis, 8: 135-160 Zaretzky, S ...
*  Ontogeny (psychoanalysis)
Ontogeny (also ontogenesis or morphogenesis) is the origin and the development of an organism - for example: from the fertilized egg to mature form. It covers in essence, the study of an organism's lifespan. The word "ontogeny" comes from the Greek ὄντος, ontos, present participle singular of εἶναι, "to be"; and from the suffix -geny, which expresses the concept of "mode of production". In more general terms, ontogeny is defined as the history of structural change in a unity, which can be a cell, an organism, or a society of organisms, without the loss of the organization which allows that unity to exist. Ontogenesis in a psychoanalytical context is the development of the whole organism, viewed from the light of occurrences during the life, not in the last place in the pre-history of early childhood, which has become unconscious, according to Sigmund Freud. After the possibilities of ontogenesis have been exhausted, phylogenesis might be explanatory of the development of a neurosis. ...
*  Relational psychoanalysis
... in psychoanalysis'. Relational psychoanalysis began in the 1980s as an attempt to integrate interpersonal psychoanalysis's ... psychiatry and psychoanalysis - a contribution to interpersonal psychoanalysis. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 67:260-274 ... Relational psychoanalysis is a school of psychoanalysis in the United States that emphasizes the role of real and imagined ... International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 19: 155-164 Brown, R.S. (2017). Psychoanalysis Beyond the End of Metaphysics: Thinking ...
*  Abstinence (psychoanalysis)
Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession (1988) p. 124 and p. 77 S. Akhtar, Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychoanalysis (2009) ... The rule of abstinence has come under increasing challenge by Interpersonal and Intersubjective psychoanalysis, concerned about ... The Crisis in Psychoanalysis (2009) p. 37 R. Stolorow et al eds., The Intersubjective Perspective (1994) p. xi and p. 146 Janet ... Gratification and provision in psychoanalysis: Should we get rid of 'the rule of abstinence'?' Psychoanal. Dialogues (1994) 4: ...
*  Demand (psychoanalysis)
Where traditionally psychoanalysis had recognised that learning to speak was a major step in the ego's acquisition of power ... The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis (London 1994) p. xxviii Alan Sheridan, "Translator's Note", Lacan, Four p. 278 ... Psychoanalysis and the Time of Life (2006) p. 84. ...
*  Neutrality (psychoanalysis)
The language of Psychoanalysis (Karnac) p. 271 Eric Berne, A Layman's Guide to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis (1976) p. 269-70 ... Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession (1988) Peter Gay, Freud: A Life for our Time (1989) M. Guy Thompson, The Ethic of ... Abstinence Acting in Countertransference Evenly-suspended attention Intersubjective psychoanalysis Therapeutic alliance Trigant ...
*  Reparation (psychoanalysis)
The Poetics of Psychoanalysis: In the Wake of Klein (Oxford 2005) p. 39 Hyam Sydney Klein/Joan Symington, Imprisoned Pain and ... Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession (London 1988) p. 34-5 Quoted in Adam Phillips, On Flirtation (London 1994) p. 17 and ...
*  Psychoanalysis and Religion
... is a 1950 book by social psychologist and psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, in which he attempts to ... Fromm, Erich (1950). Psychoanalysis and Religion. New Haven, CT, United States: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-00089-8. ... He states that he is not asserting that his thesis applies to all researchers and practitioners in the field of psychoanalysis ... In the forward to the first edition, Fromm explains that Psychoanalysis and Religion is a continuation of the thoughts he ...
*  Psychoanalysis and History
It aims to provide a bridge "between the academic study of history and psychoanalysis". Official website "Psychoanalysis and ... Psychoanalysis and History is a peer-reviewed academic journal published biannually in January and July by Edinburgh University ... It covers the history of psychoanalysis and the application of psychoanalytic ideas to historiography. ...