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*  Narcissistic supply
1996) [1946]. The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (50th anniversary ed.). New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 978-0- ... Narcissistic supply is a concept introduced into psychoanalytic theory by Otto Fenichel in 1938, to describe a type of ... Fenichel, Otto (1938). "The Drive to Amass Wealth". Psychoanalytic Quarterly. 7: 69-95. --- ( ... "Contrasting Viewpoints Regarding the Nature and Psychoanalytic Treatment of Narcissistic Personalities: A Preliminary ...
*  Causes of mental disorders
The psychoanalytic theory was originated by Sigmund Freud. This theory focuses on the impact of unconscious forces on human ... Psychoanalytic theories focus on unresolved internal and relational conflicts. These theories have been posited as overall ... Also, according to the psychoanalytic theory, there are five stages of psycho-sexual development that everyone goes through: ... 258). Hansell, J., Lowder, G., & McWilliams, N. (2012). The enduring significance of psychoanalytic theory and practice. ...
*  Ego psychology
... and hierarchical theory capable of generating empirically testable hypotheses. According to Rapaport, psychoanalytic theory-as ... Malcolm, p. 36 O. L. Zangwill, 'Freud, Anna' in Gregory ed., p. 268 Rapaport, D. (1960). The structure of psychoanalytic theory ... In Rapaport's influential monograph The Structure of Psychoanalytic Theory (1960), he organized ego psychology into an ... Brenner, C. (2002). Conflict, compromise formation, and structural Theory. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 71, 397-417. Freud, A. ( ...
*  History of art criticism
Carl Jung also applied psychoanalytic theory to art. C.G. Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist, an influential thinker, and founder of ... Theory is most often used when dealing with more recent objects, those from the late 19th century onward. Critical theory in ... whose use of psychoanalytic theory is described above. While feminist art history can focus on any time period and location, ... 1994). Critical Theory of Art History. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Fitzpatrick, V. L. N. V. D. (1992). Art history: a ...
*  David Rapaport
... and hierarchical theory capable of generating empirically testable hypotheses. According to Rapaport, psychoanalytic theory-as ... Rapaport, D. (1953). On the Psycho-Analytic Theory of Affects. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:177-198. Rapaport, D., Gill, M.M. (1959 ... Rapaport, D. (1950). On the Psycho-Analytic Theory of Thinking. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 31:161-170. Rapaport, D. (1950). ... Rapaport, D. (1960). The structure of psychoanalytic theory: A systematic attempt. International Universities Press, Inc. ...
*  Schizophrenia and smoking
The earliest explanations were based on psychoanalytic theory. The socioeconomic/environmental hypothesis proposed that smoking ... Another theory is based on animal models showing that chronic nicotine use eventually results in a reduction in dopamine, thus ... A number of theories have been proposed to explain increased rates of smoking among people with schizophrenia. Several ... Current theory focuses on the role of dopamine in schizophrenia, particularly how negative symptoms such as social withdrawal ...
*  Castration anxiety
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary 2012 Feiner, K. (1988) A test of a theory about body integrity: Part 2. Psychoanalytic ... This notion led this aspect of Freud's developmental theory to not be a widely accepted theory today. There is an assumption ... Theories of Personality. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Larsen, R. J., & Buss, D. M. Psychoanalytic Approaches to Personality, ... one of Sigmund Freud's earliest psychoanalytic theories. Although Freud regarded castration anxiety as a universal human ...
*  Max Schur
Psychoanalytic Theories of Affect (1999), p. 61. Gay, p. 398n Beldoch, Michael. The death of the hero. An essay on Max Schur's ... It was this combination of psychoanalytic orientation and internal medicine that led to him becoming Freud's personal physician ... "had a personal analysis with Ruth Mack Brunswick from 1924-32 and was accepted into the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society in 1932. ...
*  Gender typing
P. (1948). Oedipus myth and complex: A Review of Psychoanalytic Theory. New York, NY: Grove Press, Inc. Martin, C. L., Ruble, D ... Handbook of Identity Theory and Research. 603-628. Bem, S. L. (1981) Gender schema theory: a cognitive account of sex typing. ... Therefore, the theory proposes the idea that once the child has developed basic knowledge on gender behaviors they will begin ... The cognitive-developmental theory is also closely linked to Jean Piaget's analysis for the age-related cognitive changes a ...
*  Christopher Bollas
He is a leading figure in contemporary psychoanalytic theory. Bollas was born in the United States in Washington, DC. He grew ... His theory of "the unthought known"-that as infants we are informed by many ideas conveyed through action rather than thinking ... Symington, Neville (1993). Narcissism: A New Theory. London: Karnac Books. ISBN 9781855750470. p. 113. Phillips, p. 158. ... Elliott, Anthony (2004). Subject to Ourselves: Social Theory, Psychoanalysis and Postmodernity. 2nd edition. London: Routledge ...
*  Repetition compulsion
Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946). p. 542. Fenichel, Neurosis. p. 543. "Roberta Satow - ... Otto Fenichel in his "second generation" compendium The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis stressed two main kinds of neurotic ... ranging from attachment theory through brief psychodynamic therapy to cognitive behavioural therapy. Attachment theory saw ... Edward Bibring, "The Conception of the Repetition Compulsion", Psychoanalytic Quarterly XII (1943) 486-516 Franz Alexander, The ...
*  Splitting (psychology)
In psychoanalytic theory this functions as a defense mechanism. Splitting creates instability in relationships because one ... H. Kohut, The Analysis of the Self (1971) p. 79 O. Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 145 H. Kohut, The ... Rubens, R. L. (1996). "The unique origins of Fairbairn's Theories". Psychoanalytic Dialogues: the International Journal of ... In psychoanalytic theory, people with borderline personality disorder are not able to integrate the good and bad images of both ...
*  Oedipus complex
The Oedipus complex is a concept of psychoanalytic theory. Sigmund Freud introduced the concept in his Interpretation of Dreams ... In classical psychoanalytic theory, the Oedipus complex occurs during the phallic stage of psychosexual development (age 3-6 ... In Psycho-analytic notes on an autobiographical account of a case of paranoia (Dementia paranoides) (1911), Freud writes that " ... Applies the Oedipal theory to religion and custom. Stage 6. 1931-1938. Investigates the "feminine Oedipus attitude" and " ...
*  Jay Greenberg (psychoanalyst)
A complete issue of Contemporary Psychoanalysis was devoted to the much-quoted Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory in ... Several interviews have been devoted over the years to Greenberg and his influence on psychoanalytic theory and clinical ... Mary S. Sigourney Award Greenberg, J.R.; Mitchell, S.A. (1983). Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory. Harvard University ... The influence remains through their book Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory and a key article in Contemporary ...
*  Eugenio Gaddini
He wrote several books and papers including A psychoanalytic theory of infantile experience. Eugenio Gaddini, born in Cerignola ... Gaddini, E. (1972). "Aggression and the pleasure principle: Towards a psychoanalytic theory of aggression". International ... E. Gaddini (1992). A psychoanalytic theory of infantile experience: conceptual and theoretical reflections. Psychology Press. ... He held a teaching position at the Rome Psychoanalytic Center and founded the Florence Psychoanalytic Center. He was a member ...
*  Metanoia (song)
Metanoia is also a psychoanalytic theory developed by Jung himself. Religious teacher Swami Satchidananda is also referenced ...
*  Reality principle
permanent dead link] Wolfenstein, Eugene Victor (1985). "Three Principles of Mental Functioning in Psychoanalytic Theory and ... In a traditional psychoanalytic model, this could take several years of restraint, and even so, many people will make the ... The pleasure principle is the psychoanalytic concept based on the pleasure drive of the id in which people seek pleasure and ...
*  Homunculus (manga)
Itoh explains psychoanalytic theory to Nakoshi after the yakuza incident. Susumu Nakoshi is a 34-year-old man. At the beginning ...
*  Neuroscience of sleep
"A research-based reconsideration of the psychoanalytic theory of dreaming". Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association ... There are many theories about the neurological basis of dreaming. This includes the activation synthesis theory-the theory that ... the continual activation theory-the theory that dreaming is a result of activation and synthesis but dreams and REM sleep are ... This theory is not fully adequate as sleep only decreases metabolism by about 5-10%. With the development of EEG, it was found ...
*  The Authoritarian Personality
Coding and Interpretation is informed by psychoanalytic theory. Rigidity vs Flexibility Intolerance of Ambiguity 'vs Tolerance ... W]e never regarded the theory simply as a set of hypotheses but as in some sense standing on its own feet, and therefore did ... Hyman and Sheatsley 1954 "Our major criticisms lead us inevitably to conclude that the authors' theory has not been proved by ... Following a marxist tradition, it requires that theories in social science should not only describe and explain the social ...
*  George S. Klein
His critical reappraisal of psychoanalytic theory, some of which were published in a series of earlier articles, were ... Klein was deeply immersed in an attempt to disentangle the duality of explanations inherent in psychoanalytic theory, the ... Klein's Psychoanalytic Theory in Perspective, 1980, Psychoanal. Rev. Vol.67. ... Perspectives in Psychological Theory, NY, Intern. Univ. Press} R. W. Gardner , P.S. Holzman, G.S.Klein, H.B. Linton & D.P. ...
*  The Foundations of Psychoanalysis
41 (9). Notturno, M. A.; McHugh, Paul R. (1987). "Is Freudian psychoanalytic theory really falsifiable?". Metaphilosophy. 18 (3 ... "an elaborate and comprehensive critique of psychoanalytic theory and therapy", and with exposing some of the weaknesses of the ... but have criticized the book for Grünbaum's treatment of psychoanalytic theory. According to Grünbaum, the "first impetus" for ... credited Grünbaum with providing a definitive response to Popper's charge that psychoanalytic theory cannot be falsified and as ...
*  Object relations theory
... in psychoanalytic psychology is the process of developing a psyche in relation to others in the ... not the theory the therapist subscribes to. Object Relations Theory attempts to explain this phenomenon via the theory of the ... Within the London psychoanalytic community, a conflict of loyalties took place between Klein and object relations theory ( ... While a different strain of psychoanalytic theory and research, the findings in attachment studies have continued to support ...
*  Eros and Civilization
Paul Robinson credited Marcuse and Brown with systematically analyzing psychoanalytic theory in order to reveal its critical ... ISBN 0-8047-3885-8. Elliott, Anthony (2002). Psychoanalytic Theory: An Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave. ISBN 0-333-91912-2 ... succeeded in transforming psychoanalytic theory into historical and political categories. He deemed Marcuse a finer theorist ... and it was seen as an improvement over the previous attempt to synthesize Marxist and psychoanalytic theory by Wilhelm Reich. ...
*  Psychological projection
Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 146. Sigmund Freud, On Psychopathology (PFL 10) pp. 200- ... Victim blaming: The victim of someone else's actions or bad luck may be offered criticism, the theory being that the victim may ... Some studies were critical of Freud's theory. Research supports the existence of a false-consensus effect whereby humans have a ... Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or ...