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*  William Robertson Smith
Harriet Lutzky, "Deity and the Social Bond: Robertson Smith and the Psychoanalytic Theory of Religion" in Johnstone, editor, ... Lutzky, "Deity and the Social Bond: Robertson Smith and the psychoanalytic theory of religion" in Johnstone, editor, William ... Cf., R. J. Thompson, Penitence and Sacrifice in Early Israel outside Levitical Law: An examination of the Fellowship Theory of ... E. E. Evans-Pritchard, Theories of Primitive Religion (Oxford University 1965) at 51-53 & 56, quote at 52. "The evidence for ...
*  Love Against Hate
... "psychoanalytic theory of suicide". The theory attributes the main reason for suicide to our unconscious wish to die. Usually, ... Love against Hate is written "to the memory of Sigmund Freud". Menninger uses many of Freud's theories as a basis for his own ... "extremely well written stimulating and illuminating discussion of psychological and psychoanalytic areas of study and ...
*  Jerome Lee Shneidman
"Problems of the Psychoanalytic Theory of Aggression" from 1979-1996. Shneidman died on July 29, 2008, only seven months after ... His psychohistory honors include being an "Invited Participant" of the American Psychoanalytic Association's Interdisciplinary ... a Research Candidate at the Columbia University's Psychoanalytic Clinic for Training and then at the Rubin Fine Psychoanalytic ...
*  Andrew Brook
... and also includes environmental ethics and psychoanalytic theory. He was elected President of the Canadian Psychoanalytic ... Canadian Psychoanalytic Society. Canadian Psychoanalytic Society Executives; Douglas Levin Prize Recipients; Miguel Prados ... The theory of mind that Brook finds in Kant is not based on either approach, but instead explores what powers the mind must ... If Brook's reading of Kant is correct, then Kant discovered ASA 200 years before contemporary theories. In addition to these ...
*  Fawn M. Brodie
... but she later become a committed devotee of psychoanalytic theory. Brodie made a number of acquaintances among psychoanalysts, ... know about making the theory fit the facts instead of trying to explain the facts to fit the theory? It's pretty fascinating, ... Robert C. Williams, The Historian's Toolbox: A Student's Guide to the Theory and Craft of History (Armonk, New York: M.E. ... Writing in The New Republic, Godfrey Hodgson questioned both her psychoanalytic approach and her motives: "[W]e are in danger ...
*  Denial
Unlike some other defense mechanisms postulated by psychoanalytic theory (for instance, repression), the general existence of ... The theory of denial was first researched seriously by Anna Freud. She classified denial as a mechanism of the immature mind, ... Use of denial theory in a legal setting, therefore, is carefully regulated and experts' credentials verified. "Formulaic guilt ... The main objection is that denial theory is founded on the premise that that which the supposed denier is denying is truth. ...
*  Sigmund Freud
Fromm had argued that several aspects of psychoanalytic theory served the interests of political reaction in his The Fear of ... Each member pledged himself not to make any public departure from the fundamental tenets of psychoanalytic theory before he had ... p. 32, Morris N. Eagle, "The Epistemological Status of Recent Developments in Psychoanalytic Theory", in 'R. S. Cohen and L. ... Freud Reappraised: A Fresh Look At Psychoanalytic Theory. The Guilford Press, 1989. Hothersall, D. History of Psychology. 3rd ...
*  Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis
... approaches to the psychoanalytic theory and practice originally formulated by Sigmund Freud in Vienna. Alexander wanted to ... An examination of the relationship between modes of observation and theory". Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association ... The psychoanalytic library out of which this work arose began with the founding of the Institute and grew to be one of the ... Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis Chicago Psychoanalytic Society American Psychoanalytic Association. ...
*  Idealization and devaluation
In psychoanalytic theory, when an individual is unable to integrate difficult feelings, specific defenses are mobilized to ... Explanations of the idealization of others besides the self are sought in drive theory as well as in object-relation theory. ... Assn., 27:777-791 Corbett, L. (1989). Kohut and Jung A Comparison of Theory and Therapy Newirth, J.W. (1987). Idealization and ... An extension of Freud's theory of narcissism came when Heinz Kohut presented the so-called "self-object transferences" of ...
*  Abstraction (art)
... eventually reflecting an interest in psychoanalytic theory. Later still, abstraction was manifest in more purely formal terms, ...
*  The Dream - Introduction into the Psychology of Dreams
Furthermore, it originates from a period in which the field of psychology was greatly influenced by psychoanalytic theories of ... Hereby Silberer provides the reader with an explanation of the dream based on the particular theory he just outlined. Later in ... In this context, Silberer mentions Freud's theories on dreams and wishes and briefly elaborates on the actual analysis of ... While Silberer and Freud drifted apart over the years, Jung highly appreciated Silberer's contribution to the theory of ...
*  Franco Fornari
Foundations of a psychoanalytic theory of language) and Codice vivente: 1981 (translation: Living Code). In these essays ... Fornari also revisited the psychoanalytic theories in cognitive terms, laying the foundations for a true psychoanalytic ... he became an analyst member of the Italian Psychoanalytic Society and the International Psychoanalytic Society. He married and ... From 1973 to 1978 he was president of the Italian Psychoanalytic Society. Death from sudden heart attack took him at his home ...
*  Biological psychiatry
... a cause he later gave up on before developing his now well-known psychoanalytic theories. Nearly 100 years ago, Harvey Cushing ... later broadened to the monoamine theory, which included serotonin. These were popularly called the "chemical imbalance" theory ... Research into the action of these drugs led to the first modern biological theory of mental health disorders called the ... To explain these behaviors, more recent modifications of the monoamine theory describe a synaptic adaptation process which ...
*  The Freudian Fallacy
... "specious neurologic diagnoses and misinterpretations of psychoanalytic theory" and that Thornton failed to accomplish of her ... and his theories "baseless and aberrational." She argues that Freud became a cocaine addict and that his theories were shaped ... However, he found Thornton's discussion of Charcot and hysteria more significant than her argument that Freud's theories were ... in which the author argues that Freud became a cocaine addict and that his theories resulted from his use of cocaine. The book ...
*  Female perversion
Freudian psychoanalytic theory suggested that perversion fell solely within the male domain, that it was related to the phallus ... Welldon, E.V. 1991 Psychology and psychopathology in women - a psychoanalytic perspective, British Journal of Psychiatry 158 pg ...
*  Resistance (psychoanalysis)
The common theory behind many of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic techniques, alluding to the fundamentals of psychoanalysis as a ... Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalytic theory, developed his concept of resistance as he worked with patients who ... Having developed the theory of resistance through his direct experiences with patients undergoing therapy, Sigmund Freud ... Freud then integrated these findings with his previous theories concerning the functions of the id, ego and super-ego. As a ...
*  Paul Ferdinand Schilder
Schilder made considerable contributions towards the inclusion of psychoanalytic theory in psychiatry and general medicine, and ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 651 Eric Berne, A Layman's Guide to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis (1976) p. 133 ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 420 Stumm/Pritz et al.: Personenlexikon der Psychotherapie, Wien, New York 2005 ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 567 Biography of Paul Schilder. ...
*  Hanna Segal
In terms of the distinction sometimes drawn between extenders, modifiers, and heretics in psychoanalytic theory, Hanna Segal ... 44-5 L. Stonebridge/J. Phillips, Reading Melanie Klein(1998) p. 2 Nicola Glover, "Psychoanalytic Aesthetics" Ch. 3 Sandra Gosso ... 391-405 Edna O'Shaughnessy Object relations theory James Grotstein, But at the Same Time and on Another Level (London 2009) p. ... Here she completed her medical studies and undertook psychoanalytic training, and an analysis with Melanie Klein, of whom she ...
*  Humanism
... psychological perspective which rose to prominence in the mid-20th century in response to Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory ... In science, Galileo's support of the Copernican revolution upset the church's adherence to the theories of Aristotle, exposing ... Auguste Comte and the Religion of Humanity: The Post-theistic Program of French Social Theory. Cambridge University Press, 2001 ... or theories. These disciplines were affected by humanism mainly from the outside and in an indirect way, though often quite ...
*  Ernest Jones
A collection of his papers was published as Papers on Psychoanalysis, the first account of psychoanalytic theory and practice ... and continued to write and lecture on psychoanalytic theory. ... an elaboration of its theory of symbolism, and its application ... A number of these were published in German in the main psychoanalytic periodicals published in Vienna; these secured his status ... Jones went on to serve two periods as President of the International Psychoanalytic Association from 1920 to 1924 and 1932 to ...
*  Stephen A. Mitchell (psychologist)
Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory distinguished between psychoanalytic theories that emphasize biological drives such ... His book with Jay Greenberg, Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory (1983), became a classic textbook in graduate schools ... The former were referred to as drive/conflict theories, and the latter were termed relational/conflict theories. Mitchell and ... was a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst whose writings helped to clarify many disparate psychoanalytic theories and ...
*  Kleptomania
Sigmund Freud, the creator of controversial psychoanalytic theory, believed that the underlying dynamics of human behaviours ... The psychoanalytic and psycho-dynamic approach to kleptomania granted the basis for prolonged psychoanalytic or psycho-dynamic ... Drive theory was used to propose that the act of stealing is a defense mechanism which serves as to modulate or keep ... Psychodynamic theories depend on a variety of points of view in defining the disorder. Psychoanalysts define the condition as ...
*  Nick Piombino
Finding that "early psychoanalytic theory is breathtakingly poetic,", at the same time that he was discovering poetry and ... The Boundary of Theory. Cuneiform Press. 2001. Hegelian Honeymoon. Chax Press. 2004. Fait accompli. Factory School. Heretical ... He became a faculty supervisor at the Psychoanalytic Institute New York Counseling and Guidance Services in 1987. His ... experience as a practicing psychotherapist his use of psychoanalytical theory have greatly influenced his poetry. Following the ...
*  Studies on Hysteria
Emma Eckstein Hypnotic induction Pierre Janet Talking cure Psychoanalytic theory Ernest Jones, The life and Work of Sigmund ...
*  Petre P. Negulescu
... including degeneration theory and psychoanalytic theory. To these, he opposed a combination of functionalism, mutationism, and ... However, with Religiunea și arta, Negulescu went beyond Maiorescu's theories, and closer to Dobrogeanu-Gherea's, proposing that ... who rejected his theories from a historicist perspective. In resisting Basilescu, he reaffirmed his purist reading of ... and amended the art for art's sake theory with his ideas on "impersonality", implying objectivity for the artist, but also a ...