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*  Reward management
... one of the first psychologists to study behavior was Sigmund Freud and his work was called the Psychoanalytic Theory. Many ... A famous content theory would be Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, and a famous process theory would be the equity theory. Theories ... Motivational theories are split into two groups as process and content theories. Content theories endeavor to name and analyze ... Expectancy theory is the theory which posits that we select our behaviour based on the desirability of expected outcomes of the ...
*  Yasuo Yuasa
Yuasa has written numerous books on Western philosophy, psychoanalytic theory, Asian philosophy and on the cultural history of ... Yuasa is known for his works on the theory of the body in Western and Asian philosophy and for his teaching. He has been ... 14/15 (with an account by Shigenori Nagatomo of Yuasa's Theory of the Body Thomas P. Kasulis, Roger T. Aimes: Self As Body in ... Much of his work, particularly since the end of the 1970s, has focused on theories of the body in Asian and Western philosophy ...
*  Robert Langs
Though listening for encoded derivatives is certainly found in the psychoanalytic tradition, traditional psychoanalytic theory ... Phlogistic Thinking in the 18th Century and Psychoanalytic Theory in our own. Newsletter of the Society for Psychoanalytic ... In contrast to classical psychoanalytic theory, which tends to view the unconscious mind as a chaotic mix of drives, needs, and ... Langs' new emphasis on the biological and evolutionary basis of psychoanalytic theory and practice was baffling to many. One ...
*  Melitta Schmideberg
Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 652 J. Gardiner, The Blitz (2011) p. 182-4 Melitta Schmideberg. ...
*  Psychological repression
In psychoanalytic theory repression plays a major role in many mental illnesses, and in the psyche of the average person. ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 153 Jacques Lacan, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psycho-Analysis ( ... I gave the name of repression to this hypothetical process'. Freud would later call the theory of repression "the corner-stone ... Rofé, Y. (2010). "The Rational-Choice Theory of Neurosis". Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. 20 (2): 152-202. doi:10.1037/ ...
*  Nicolas Abraham
The pair took a very individuated approach to psychoanalytic theory, thinking that the use of preset notions (castration, ... between 1959 and 1975 Abraham's work contributed to the renewal of psychoanalytic theory and practice...[as] his discoveries ... Among other topics discussed by Abraham, we find: 1. 'The shell-and-the-kernel...the theory of nuclearity'. 2. From his ... According to the theories of Abraham and Török, the construction of a crypt takes place when a loss, a "segment of an ever so ...
*  Max Charlesworth
At Deakin Charlesworth created a distinctive philosophy department with interests in psychoanalytic theory, continental ...
*  Otto Rank
Rank was the most prolific author in the "ring" besides Freud himself, extending psychoanalytic theory to the study of legend, ... Weinstein (2001) identified over two dozen articles in the major psychoanalytic journals lamenting the absence of a theory of ... Until the end of the 20th century, psychoanalysis had no theory of emotional experience and, by extension, no theory of ... psychoanalytic world understood how much Freud respected Rank and his prolific creativity in expanding psychoanalytic theory. ...
*  David Maldavsky
He has written numerous books about psychoanalytic theory, psychopathology, clinic and also about methodology of the analysis ... The most relevant books on psychoanalytic concepts, psychopathology and clinic, are: Teoría de las representaciones ( Nueva ... Systematic research on psychoanalytic concepts and clinical practice: the David Liberman algorithm (DLA) (2005), La ... at the biennial congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association and the International Association of Couple and Family ...
*  Aaron T. Beck
Through the 1950s, Beck adhered to the department's psychoanalytic theories while developing his experimentation and harboring ... He is regarded as the father of cognitive therapy, and his pioneering theories are widely used in the treatment of clinical ... ISBN 0-06-019377-8 Clark, D.A., & Beck, A.T. (1999). Scientific foundations of cognitive theory and therapy of depression. New ... ISBN 0-465-00587-X Beck, A.T., Rector, N.A., Stolar, N., & Grant, P. (2008). Schizophrenia: Cognitive theory, research, and ...
*  Fanny Moser
She was one of the five women evaluated in Freud's Studies on Hysteria, which led to his psychoanalytic theories. Her father, ...
*  Sheila Cavanagh
Her research is in the area of gender and sexuality with a concentration on queer, cultural, and psychoanalytic theories. ... feminist theory and queer theory. She is also interviewed in Rohan Spong's documentaries T is for Teacher (2009) and Queer ...
*  Mária Török
Torok is best known for her idiosyncratic contributions to psychoanalytic theory, developed in the wake of first Freud, then ... This kernel, the active principle of psychoanalytic theory, will not show through unless all the apparent contradictions have ... If Freud's theories form the protective shell around his intuition, simultaneously concealing and revealing it, what of the ... Her works, both alone and with Abraham, made a renewed place for the idea of trauma in psychoanalytic thinking and practice, ...
*  Polly Young-Eisendrath
... and the application of Zen Buddhist concepts to psychoanalytic theory. Translated into twelve languages, her books have been ... and gender theory. Polly published two books on Dialogue Therapy (1984 and 1993), detailing its theory and methods for ... Polly maintains a clinical practice of Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in Vermont, U.S.A. Raised as a ...
*  Intellectualization
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 112 Anna Freud, The ego and the mechanism of defense (London 1993) p. ... "his elaboration of psychoanalytic theory...corresponded to a setting up of obsessional defenses against depressive anxiety" - ... As Jung put it, "the intellectual still suffers from a neurosis if feeling is undeveloped". Freud's theory of psychoanalysis ... attempts to refute the theory of psychoanalysis, or speculating about one's own problems rather than experiencing them and ...
*  Alfred Lorenzer
... especially with regard to psychoanalytic theory. Tobias Schaffrik, The Work of Alfred Lorenzer Olesen, Henning Salling, ed. ( ...
*  Shmuel Erlich
To achieve this goal, a psychoanalytic and a social systems theory approach are combined. Through these conferences a place for ... The focus of Shmuel Erlich's scientific interest and work is psychoanalytic theory and its applications, including ... Using the tools of psychoanalysis and social systems theory, he brings us from the intimacies of the consulting room to the ... From 1993 to 1997 he was Chairman of the Education Committee of the Psychoanalytic Institute and of the Professional Society in ...
*  Sexual Desire (book)
... his defense of sexual difference is to some degree indebted to psychoanalytic theory. The jurist Richard Posner, writing in Sex ... Scruton finds Freud's theory of the libido incoherent and believes it rests on unacceptable use of metaphor. Scruton is ... He criticizes Sigmund Freud, questioning the scientific status of his theories. He also criticizes feminism and the work of the ... Robert Brown, writing in Analyzing Love (1987), observed that while some of his conclusions about topics such as moral theory, ...
*  Wynn Schwartz
Greenberg, R., Katz, H., Schwartz, W., Pearlman, C. (1992) A Research-Based Reconsideration of the psychoanalytic theory of ... Much of his psychoanalytic work involves an application of Descriptive Psychology. "We recognize others as empathic when we ... Schwartz is noted for his role in clarifying the theory and practice of psychoanalysis in ordinary pragmatic language from the ... He has taught at Wellesley College, the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and the Massachusetts Institute of ...
*  Heinz Hartmann
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 623 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p ... In 1945 he founded an annual publication The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child with Kris and Anna Freud; while in the 1950s he ... Ego-psychology became in fact the dominant psychoanalytic force in the States for the next half-century or so, before object ... His interest was in Freudian theories. The death of Karl Abraham prevented Hartmann from following the training analysis he had ...
*  Beyond the Pleasure Principle
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 58 Sigmund Freud, "Beyond the Pleasure Principle" in On Metapsychology ( ... "a commonplace then unchallenged in psychoanalytic theory: 'The course of mental events is automatically regulated by the ... developing his theory of drives with the addition of the death drive(s) (Todestrieb[e]) (often referred to as "Thanatos"). The ... "lacking a direct translation of observation into theory ... One may have made a lucky hit or one may have gone shamefully ...
*  Sexual Politics
... misreads Freud and misunderstands the implications of psychoanalytic theory for feminism. Christina Hoff Sommers writes in Who ...
*  Ernst Simmel
Psychoanalytic pioneers, New York: Basic Books, 1966. Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of the Neuroses (London 1946) p ... Through such studies, Simmel played a significant part in ensuring that psychoanalytic theory was extended from individual ... Simmel helped Abraham and Max Eitingon found the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920, the world's first psychoanalytic ... The psychoanalytic sanitarium and the psychoanalytic movement'. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 1 (1937) 133-143. 'Self- ...
*  Kurt Freund
Freund also challenged contemporary psychoanalytic theories of male homosexuality that suggested it was due to a fear or ...
*  Some Character-Types Met with in Psycho-Analytic Work
169-71 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) pp. 371-3 and p. 499 J. M. Hughes, Guilt and its ... Deferred obedience Father complex Lady Macbeth Richard the Third Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 457 Judith Butler, Undoing Gender (2004) pp. ... Some Character-Types Met within Psycho-Analytic Work is an essay by Sigmund Freud from 1916, comprising three character studies ...