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*  Arnold Richards
Richards, A.D. (1990). The Future of Psychoanalysis: The Past, Present, and Future of Psychoanalytic Theory. Psychoanalytic ... Self Theory, Conflict Theory, and the Problem of Hypochondriasis. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child 36:319-337. Richards, A.D ... "The Analyst's Personality: Impact on the Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique". Retrieved December 7, 2014. "Helping the Patient ... Psychoanalytic Review 97:361-391. Richards, A. (2013). Freud's Free Clinics: A Tale of Two Continents. Psychoanalytic Review ...
*  Marjorie Brierley
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 21, p. 90 and p. 600 A. Hayman, What Do Our Terms mean? (2013) p. 71 Ruth Stein ... Psychoanalytic Theories of Affect (1999) Marjorie Brierley Jan Abram (2015). "Marjorie Brierley". Institute of Psychoanalysis. ... Specific Determinants in Feminine Development', International Journal of Psychoanalysis XVII (1936) ___'Affects in Theory and ...
*  Childhood amnesia
Using psychoanalytic theory, he postulated that early life events were repressed due to their inappropriately sexual nature. He ... Freud's trauma theory, originally named "Seduction Theory" posits that childhood amnesia was the result of the mind's attempt ... Notably, Freud himself abandoned this theory in the late 1800s. Freudian theory, including his explanation for childhood ... The evolutionary theory states that if a past event was particularly frightening or upsetting, one is apt to avoid a similar ...
*  Louis Breger
... reformulations of psychoanalytic theory, psychotherapy process and outcome, personality development, and the application of ... roots of what is valuable and problematic in psychoanalytic theory and therapy. Clinical Cognitive Psychology: Models and ... Conventional and Critical Perspectives in Psychoanalytic Theory (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981) Feodor Dostoevsky: The Author as ... Some metaphorical types met with in psychoanalytic theory. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought 4,107-140, (1981) Roth, ...
*  History of psychiatry
... ideas stemming from psychoanalytic theory also began to take root in psychiatry. The psychoanalytic theory became popular among ... Cohen, Bruce (2003). Theory and practice of psychiatry. Oxford University Press. p. 221. ISBN 0-19-514937-8. Thiher, Allen ( ... Rejecting medical theories and techniques, the efforts of the York Retreat centered around minimizing restraints and ... Based on his participant observation field work, the book developed the theory of the "total institution" and the process by ...
*  The Green Child
Read's interest in psychoanalytic theory is evident throughout the novel, which is constructed as a "philosophic myth ... in ... and employed psychoanalytic theory in his work, both Freudian and Jungian, although "more as machinery than as a key to meaning ... Olivero's confrontation with Kneeshaw displays a Jungian psychoanalytic symbolism, as does the character of Siloēn, "the ...
*  Mirror stage
The mirror stage (French: stade du miroir) is a concept in the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan. The mirror stage is ... See Lacan's paper, "The Mirror Stage as formative of the function of the I as revealed in psychoanalytic experience", the first ... There is no evidence whatsoever that this implausible consequence of the theory is borne out in practice." Wallon's ideas about ... The diachronic structure of the mirror stage theory is influenced by Kojève's interpretation of the Master-slave dialectic. ...
*  Mary Priestley
... a synthesis of psychoanalytic theory and music therapy. Drawing on the theories of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, and Melanie Klein ...
*  Psychiatry
... ideas stemming from psychoanalytic theory also began to take root in psychiatry. The psychoanalytic theory became popular among ... However, the categories are nevertheless based on particular psychiatric theories and data; they are broad and often specified ... Dumont, Frank (2010). A history of personality psychology: Theory, science and research from Hellenism to 21th century. New ... By the 1970s, however, the psychoanalytic school of thought became marginalized within the field. Biological psychiatry ...
*  Content (Freudian dream analysis)
According to his psychoanalytic theory, dreams-like most psychological experiences-can be understood through two distinct ... As the hallmark of psychoanalytic theory suggests, what is observed on the surface is only a partial representation of the ... Freud Psychoanalytic Theory Dreams Unconscious Conscious Free Association Dream Interpretation The Interpretation of Dreams ... 1953). A Cognitive Theory of Dream Symbols. The Journal of General Psychology. 48. 169-186. Hollan, Douglass. (2009). The ...
*  French post-structuralist feminism
She was inspired by the psychoanalytic theories of Jaques Lacan and the deconstruction of Jaques Derrida. Her work aims to ... It is a strain of feminist literary theory that originated in France in the 1970s. Hélène Cixous first uses this term in her ... Sigmund Freud established the initial theories which would serve as a basis for some of Cixous' arguments in her writings. ... Freud's analysis of gender roles and sexual identity concluded with separate male (Oedipus) and female (Electra) theories of ...
*  Noëlle McAfee
She has worked extensively in democratic theory, new media, and psychoanalytic theories of the public sphere. McAfee is ... Her most recent research draws on prior work in psychoanalytic theory, democratic media, performative ethics, transitional ... McAfee began her academic career as a Lecturer in Political Theory in the Department of Government at UT Austin in 1998-99, ... McAfee's view is strongly informed by feminist theory, and she believes that political life is rooted in participation in ...
*  Otto F. Kernberg
He is most widely known for his psychoanalytic theories on borderline personality organization and narcissistic pathology. In ... a theory of mind that is perhaps the theory most widely accepted among modern psychoanalysts. Born in Vienna, Kernberg and his ... Daniels Merit Award of the Association for Psychoanalytic Medicine. Otto Kernberg designed an intensive form of psychoanalytic ... The psychoanalytic process brings to the surface primitive object relations, conflicts and defences, which are typical of the ...
*  Psychology and Alchemy
Each dream will be described and then analysed and interpreted with reference to Alchemical imagery and psychoanalytic theory. ... This is designed to illustrate the existence of Jung's theory of the Collective Unconscious and the psychological goal or Great ... In drawing these parallels Jung reinforces the universal nature of his theory of the archetype and makes an impassioned ...
*  Max Stirner
He is often seen as one of the forerunners of nihilism, existentialism, psychoanalytic theory, postmodernism, and individualist ... 663-93; Stack believes it is doubtful that Nietzsche read Stirner, but notes "he was familiar with the summary of his theory he ... In any case, the most significant problems with the theory of possible Stirner influence on Nietzsche are not limited to the ... A Ready Reference to Philosophy East and West Anarchism: A Criticjsm and History of the Anarchist Theory John Henry Mackay: Max ...
*  Edith Kramer
Raised in a family which was interested in psychoanalytic theory, Kramer herself became a follower of Sigmund Freud. Kramer ... Edith Kramer (1916 - 2014) was an Austrian social realist painter, a follower of psychoanalytic theory and an art therapy ... Freudian theory describes sublimation as a process in which primitive urges coming from the id are transformed into socially ... of art as therapy with her emphasis on the creative process itself as healing is a major contribution to art therapy theory".[ ...
*  Guy Ben-Ari
Ben-Ari's recent work uses painting as a framework to study elements of post-structuralism and psychoanalytic theory. Much of ... Ben-Ari's body of work focuses on the connection between Psychoanalytic theory, Semiotics and the medium of painting. Following ...
*  Abstinence (psychoanalysis)
It is a central feature of psychoanalytic theory - relating especially to the handling of the transference in analysis. As ...
*  True self and false self
There was much in psychoanalytic theory on which Winnicott could draw for his concept of the false self. Helene Deutsch had ... 30-31 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 445 Mary Jacobus, The Poetics of Psychoanalysis: In ... Freud's own late theory of the ego as the product of identifications came close to viewing it only as a false self; while ... See also Karen Horney § Theory of the self). The last half-century have seen Winnicott's ideas extended and applied in a ...
*  Paul Kline
On the one hand he was interested in depth psychology, especially the psychoanalytic theories of Sigmund Freud; on the other he ... In his 1972 book Fact and Fantasy in Freudian Theory, widely translated, he brought these two interests together, examining the ... Kline had defended the psychoanalysic theory the asthma was a psychogenic, and the anal instincts had a central aetiological ... One year later, Eysenck & Wilson, in The Experimental Study of Freudian Theories (1973), examined eighteen experiments to which ...
*  Clara Thompson
Thompson traces the evolution of psychoanalytic theories to demonstrate that it has changed since its Freudian theorisation. ... is a comprehensive documentation of the course of psychoanalytic theory and practice. ... In theory and practice she emphasized and analyzed what went on between people to facilitate the growth of a human relationship ... In her work, she credits Freud with developing theories about the psychology of women, but she took issue with his focus on ...
*  George Makari
Specifically, Makari declares that early psychoanalytic theory emerged from Sigmund Freud's engagements with French ... In 1997, Makari completed his psychoanalytic training at the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and ... This 'rethinking' resulted in the creation of a variety of new psychoanalytic communities that were more independent of Freud, ... These communities placed less emphasis on Freud's personal authority and theories, and instead sought to bind their members ...
*  Graph of desire
The graph of desire (French: graphe du désir) is a conceptual tool from the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan. Lacan ...
*  Leona E. Tyler
... psychoanalytic theory, behaviorism, developmental stage theory, and existentialism. Her thinking shifted from behavioristic to ... She applied her theory of possibilities to the choice behavior of scientists in Thinking Creatively in 1983. This suggested ...
*  Jeanne Randolph
She was the first writer in Canada to develop Object Relations psychoanalytic theory as a medium for cultural criticism. In ... performance artist and psychiatrist whose work explores the relationship between art and psychoanalytic theory. ... enacting criticism as a dynamic psychoanalytic and philosophical contribution to cultural objects". Randolph, Jeanne (1997). ...