Loading...
*  Father complex
In contemporary psychoanalytic theory, James M. Herzog's Father Hunger: Explorations with Adults and Children addresses the ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 95-6 C. G. Jung, The Practice of Psychotherapy (London 1993) p. 155 C G ... Alongside the shift from a Freudian emphasis on the role of the father to object relations theory's stress upon the mother, ... However, by 1946, and Otto Fenichel's compendious summary of the first psychoanalytic half-century, the father complex tended ...
*  Ian Parker (psychologist)
The book is a curious mixture of explication and analysis; Parker oscillates between a description of a psychoanalytic theory ... The original research in his 1997 book Psychoanalytic CultureHand 2009 book Psychoanalytic Mythologies is critical also of ... ISBN 0-8039-7481-7 Parker, I. (1997) Psychoanalytic Culture: Psychoanalytic Discourse in Western Society, London: Sage. ISBN 0- ... Psychoanalytic Discourse in Western Society (1997), and traditions of theory from British, German and French psychoanalysis are ...
*  Lapsus
According to Freud's early psychoanalytic theory, a lapsus represents a bungled act that hides an unconscious desire: "the ... Theories of the Text (1999) p. 249-252 Freud, quoted in A. Phillips, On Flirtation (1994) p. 12 Jacques Lacan, Ecrits: A ... Theories p. 246 This is a different phenomenon from that described in the main article on haplologies, which involves the ... Theories p. 257-8 Stanley Cavell, Little Did I Know (2010) p. 479 Sigmund Freud, The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (1965 [ ...
*  Dostoevsky and Parricide
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 372 S. Freud, 'Dostoevsky and Parricide' in J. Halliday/P. Fuller eds., The ...
*  Harry Guntrip
ISBN 1-85575-032-5 Psychoanalytic Theory, Therapy, and the Self: A Basic Guide to the Human Personality in Freud, Erikson, ... Psychoanalytic Theory, Therapy, and the Self - online text The Guntrip Trust at The Scottish Institute of Human Relations Harry ... Although he accepted many of Freud's theories, he also advanced his own ideas and criticized Freud as being too based on ... Harry Guntrip (1901-1975) was a psychologist known for his major contributions to object relations theory or school of Freudian ...
*  Clare Winnicott
Psychoanalytic Theory for Social Work Practice (2005) M. Jacobs, D. W. Winnicott (1995) p. 137 Quoted in M. R. Olsen, The ... Her influential style of social work practice mingled the daily reality of child care work, along with psychoanalytic insights ...
*  Four discourses
... of analysts to invoke their own imaginary readings and neurotic fantasies was to begin to formalise psychoanalytic theory, and ... The Four Discourses theory is presented in his seminar L'envers de la psychanalyse and in Radiophonie, where he starts using " ... Lacan's theory of the four discourses was initially developed in 1969, perhaps in response to the events of social unrest ... The original presentation of Lacan's theory is in his Seminar XVII (English translation; New York: Norton, 2007) For a clearer ...
*  Freudian slip
Classical examples of parapraxes involve slips of the tongue and of the pen, but psychoanalytic theory also embraces ... In Freud's theory, he allows parapraxes to be generated in the preconscious, so he would allow for thoughts that are currently ... Thus many examples are found in explanations and dictionaries which do not strictly fit the psychoanalytic definition. For ... Freud, An Autobiographical Study (1925)] In contrast to psychoanalytic theorists, cognitive psychologists say that linguistic ...
*  Derek Freeman
... and he intended to base his research in ethological and psychoanalytic theory. However, traveling to Samoa Freeman decided that ... Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 37:353-399 1969. The Sea Dayaks of Borneo before White Rajah Rule. The Journal of Asian Studies 1970 ... The Evolutionary Theories of Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer [with Comments and Replies] Current Anthropology. Vol. 15, No. ... Most serious scholarship casts grave doubt on his data and theory. A detailed review of the controversy by Paul Shankman, ...
*  Ljubljana school of psychoanalysis
Their main aim was to bring together the philosophy of German idealism, Marxism and psychoanalytic theories as a means of ... through the theory of Jacques Lacan; elaboration of Lacanian theories of ideology and power (both of the Communist regime in ... The school was founded in the late 1970s by young Slovenian followers of the theories of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan ... and this entails no conflict with psychoanalytic practice nor has anyone ever maintained that the one would be a replacement ...
*  Personality disorder
Towards the mid 20th century, psychoanalytic theories were coming to the fore based on work from the turn of the century being ... Gordon Allport published theories of personality traits from the 1920s-and Henry Murray advanced a theory called personology, ... Because the theory and diagnosis of personality disorders occur within prevailing cultural expectations, their validity is ... Augstein, HF (1996). "J C Prichard's concept of moral insanity-a medical theory of the corruption of human nature". Medical ...
*  Mark Solms
... and for his integration of psychoanalytic theories and methods with those of modern neuroscience. He is reportedly the first ... He is Director of the Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuropsychoanalysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute. He is also ... Solms' work tries to connect the theories and findings of psychoanalysis, a science of the mind (subjective thoughts, feelings ... Other awards include: Sigmund Freud Award by the American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians (2013) Eli W. Lane Memorial ...
*  Joseph J. Sandler
He took the view that 'we have a body of ideas, rather than a consistent whole, that constitutes psychoanalytic theory', and ... Sandler took an open, pragmatic approach to psychoanalytic theorising - something particularly important in the wake of the ... Psychoanalytic Understanding of Violence and Suicide (1999) p. 28 C. Dare et al, The Patient and the Analyst (2011) p. 117 C. E ... called for 'a greater degree of tolerance of concepts...created by people who have a different psychoanalytic background' - ...
*  The V Girls
The group was initially formed as a study group in order to meet-up and read feminist psychoanalytic theory, but soon morphed ...
*  Political subjectivity
... political theory, and psychoanalytic theory. Above all, the current conceptualization of political subjectivity has become ... While Jameson's original theory of the political unconscious was primarily a neo-Marxist approach to literary criticism, later ... proliferation and interdisciplinary cross-fertilization of theories of subjectivity have greatly expanded Jameson's original ...
*  Freudo-Marxism
For Character Analysis being an important contribution to psychoanalytic theory, see: Young-Bruehl 2008, p. 157: "Reich, a year ... Marx's theory of commodity fetishism has proven fertile material for work by other theorists since Marx, who have added to, ... philosophies that have been informed by or have attempted to synthesize the works of Karl Marx and the psychoanalytic theory of ... Freud's well-known but unrelated theory of sexual fetishism led to new interpretations of commodity fetishism, as types of ...
*  Humanistic psychology
... that rose to prominence in the mid-20th century in answer to the limitations of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory and B. F ... Humanistic theory has had a strong influence on other forms of popular therapy, including Harvey Jackins' Re-evaluation ... George Kelly's humanistic theory is based on Fundamental Postulate, where a person acts on anticipation of future events. ... These have produced a deep reform of the modern social work theory and practice, leading, among others, to the occurrence of a ...
*  Edward Adam Strecker
... his later monographs and articles included the contributions of psychoanalytic theory and practice in the understanding and ...
*  Life Against Death
The left-wing writer Erich Fromm had argued that several aspects of psychoanalytic theory served the interests of political ... Paul Robinson credited Brown and Marcuse with systematically analyzing psychoanalytic theory in order to reveal its critical ... "psychoanalytic theory of history which does not simply reduce cultural history to the psychology of individuals", working out ... and failed to transform psychoanalytic theory into historical and political categories. He deemed Marcuse a finer theorist who ...
*  The Instance of the Letter in the Unconscious, or Reason Since Freud
... by means of which Lacan endowed psychoanalytic doctrine with a Cartesian theory of the subject and a "post-Saussurian" ... illegitimately borrowing the intellectual kudos of linguistics to give a respectable veneer to his psychoanalytic theories, ... In Freud's theory of dreams, the individual's unconscious takes advantage of the weakened ego during sleep in order to produce ...
*  International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations
Other examples are using psychoanalytic theory and concepts to understand literature, and psychohistory, or exploring the ... Examples are, Psychoanalytic Studies of Organizations: Contributions from the International Society for the Psychoanalytic ... Psychoanalytic Studies of Organizations: Contributions from the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of ... Psychoanalytic Institutes apply psychoanalysis when they work with schools, prisons, and other human service organizations ...
*  Freud, Biologist of the Mind
... that psychoanalytic theory was "strongly rooted in contemporary biology and sexology", that Freudian theory is based in ... Sulloway criticizes the "psychoanalytic legend": the idea that Freud was a lonely hero who, in a hostile intellectual climate, ... Freud, Biologist of the Mind: Beyond the Psychoanalytic Legend is a 1979 work about Sigmund Freud by the psychologist Frank ... Using sources such as Freud's personal library, Sulloway ties Freud's thinking to contemporary biological theories, and shows ...
*  Gifford Lectures
1750-1800 1983-84 John Macquarrie In Search of Deity 1984-85 Adolf Grunbaum Psychoanalytic Theory and Science 1986-87 Antony ...
*  Phallic monism
320-1 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 79-80 Quinodoz, p. 260 Peter Gay, Freud (1989) p. 520-1 ... The theory was upheld by Sigmund Freud. His critics maintain it was a result of an unconscious adherence to an infantile sexual ... Phallic monism is a term introduced by Chasseguet-Smirgel to refer to the theory that in both sexes the male organ - i.e. the ... Trenchant early criticism of Freud's monism was made by Karen Horney, who suggested that the psychoanalytic view had itself ...
*  Fantasy (psychology)
53-4 Skynner/Cleese, p. 54 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 554 Barrett, Deirdre ... 1: History, theory and general research, Vol. 2: Psychotherapy research and applications, NY, NY: Praeger/Greenwood, 2010. ... Most schools of psychoanalytic thought would now accept that 'Both in analysis and life, we perceive reality through a veil of ... how far it represented the formation of a new psychoanalytic paradigm, is perhaps the key question of the Controversial ...