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*  Arnold Goldberg
A Psychoanalytic Theory (1976). He is also the editor of the annual series, Progress in Self-Psychology, now in its 24th year. ... where he did his psychoanalytic training. He is the author of Moral Stealth: How "Correct Behavior" Insinuates Itself into ...
*  Death drive
Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London, 1946), p. 60. Quoted in Gay, Freud, pp. 402-3n. Richard ... In classical Freudian psychoanalytic theory, the death drive (German: Todestrieb) is the drive toward death and self- ... Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis, (London, 1946), p. 12. Laplanche, Jean; Pontalis, Jean-Bertrand (1988) [ ... doi:10.1111/j.1465-5922.1994.00155.x. Free pdf of the full essay by the Arizona Psychoanalytic Society. Spielrein, Sabina (1995 ...
*  Schizoid personality disorder
Papers on Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique. New York: International Universities Press. p. 70. ISBN 0823643107. Jeffrey ... Ronald Fairbairn (1952): Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality. pp 16-17. Masud Khan (1974). "The Role of phobic and ... Nancy McWilliams (2011). Psychoanalytic Diagnosis: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process (2nd ed.). New ... covert or unconscious motivations and character structure as elaborated by classic psychoanalysis and object-relations theory. ...
*  Otto Fenichel
... , The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 64, p. 588-9 and p. 507. H. Bloom, The Anxiety of ... O. Fenichel, the Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 8 Patrick Casement, On Learning from the Patient (London 1990) p. ... 290-311 Otto Fenichel: The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis. 3 vols, 1945 Otto Fenichel: 119 Rundbriefe. Hg. Johannes ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 610-611. Jean-Michel Quinodoz, Reading Freud (London 2005), p. 109. ...
*  Meaning-making
Dorpat, Theodore L.; Miller, Michael L. (1992). Clinical interaction and the analysis of meaning: a new psychoanalytic theory. ... Park noted that there was a rich body of theory on meaning-making, but empirical research had not kept pace with theory ... Contemporary theories of learning: learning theorists-in their own words. London; New York: Routledge. pp. 90-105. ISBN ... Baxter Magolda, Marcia B.; King, Patricia M. (2012). Assessing meaning making and self-authorship: theory, research, and ...
*  Harold Lasswell
He introduced Freudian psychoanalytic theory to the social sciences in America. Lasswell integrated Freudian theory with ... By utilizing psychoanalytic biographies of political leaders, he expanded the base from which potential evidence could be ... In essence, he utilized intraindividual Freudian theory at the societal level. He helped create the policy sciences, an ... political analysis, as in his psychoanalytic study of political leaders. He applied Freud's id-ego-superego via content ...
*  TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process
The psychoanalytic theory of world music]. "Step across the border": Neue musikalische Trends--Neue massenmediale Kontexte (in ...
*  James Strachey
Appignanesi, p. 298-9. Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (London 1946) p. 315. Fenichel, p. 381 Fenichel, p ... to his fellow analysts on his then qualifications as a psychoanalytic candidate, as compared to modern times: 'A discreditable ...
*  Karl Popper
... falsify psychoanalytic theories. He thus came to the conclusion that psychoanalytic theories had more in common with primitive ... Tarski's theory as a deflationary theory, Popper refers to it as a theory in which "is true" is replaced with "corresponds to ... I shall speak always of today's theory-that is Darwin's own theory of natural selection supported by the Mendelian theory of ... For Popper, theories are accepted or rejected via a sort of selection process. Theories that say more about the way things ...
*  Double bind
Girard found in Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory, a precursor to mimetic desire. "The individual who 'adjusts' has managed ... A Theory of Play and Fantasy and Towards a Theory of Schizophrenia--subsection The Base in Communications Theory, both in Steps ... Double bind theory was first described by Gregory Bateson and his colleagues in the 1950s. Double binds are often utilized as a ... that of systems theory/cybernetics. (See also Bateson's description in his Forward of how the double bind hypothesis fell into ...
*  Sudbury school
Peramas, Mary (Winter 2007). "The Sudbury School and Influences of Psychoanalytic Theory on Student-Controlled Education". ... List of Sudbury schools Ellis, Arthur K. (2004). Exemplars of curriculum theory. Eye on Education. ISBN 1-930556-70-5. ...
*  Genital stage
Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 496 Erik Erikson, Childhood and Society (1973) p. 257 Jacques ... 706-7 Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) pp. 84 and 496 Fromm, Donald (2010). "Systems of ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis (1946) p. 265 "Psychosexual Development". Victorianweb.org. Retrieved 2014-02-17. ... The notion of the genital stage was added to the Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905), by Sigmund Freud in 1915. In ...
*  Veronica Schanoes
Her first scholarly monograph, Fairy Tales, Myth, and Psychoanalytic Theory: Feminism and Re-telling the Tale, was published by ... Fairy Tales, Myth, and Psychoanalytic Theory: Feminism and Re-telling the Tale. Ashgate Press. 2014. "Variations on ... Her research interests include fairy tales, women's writing, and fantasy, with particular interest in feminist theory and ...
*  Lacanian Ink
It features major analyses of psychoanalytic theory, poetry, philosophy and contemporary art. A distinctive element of its ... whereby the seminars given by Jacques-Alain Miller at Paris VIII on Lacanian theory have become available in English. Richard ... In 2000 French philosopher Alain Badiou joined the editorial board with specialized writing on Lacanian theory and the European ...
*  Hidden personality
Psychoanalytic theory is fundamentally a motivational theory of human behaviour and Freud claimed that "psychoanalysis aims at ... In psychoanalytic theory, mental life is divided into three levels of awareness. The largest portion of the mind is formed by ... Humanist psychologist Carl Rogers opposed psychoanalytic personality theory as he was dissatisfied with the 'dehumanising ... Freud's theory of personality is based on the idea that much of human behaviour is determined by forces outside awareness. The ...
*  Daniel Kriegman
Kriegman, D. (1990). Compassion and altruism in psychoanalytic theory: An evolutionary analysis of self psychology. Journal of ... Evolutionary biology and the classical-relational dialectic in psychoanalytic theory. In J. Barron, M. Eagle, and D. Wolitzky ( ... Psychoanalytic Psychology, 7, 5-31. Kriegman, D. & Slavin, M. O. (1990). On the resistance to self psychology: Clues from ... Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 8, 2, 247-284. Slavin, M. O. & Kriegman, D. (1998). Bigger than both of us: Double binds, conflicting ...
*  Defence mechanisms
In psychoanalytic theory, repression is considered as the basis for other defence mechanisms. Healthy persons normally use ... In psychoanalytic theory, defence mechanisms (German: Abwehrmechanismen) are psychological strategies brought into play by the ... His theory is based on ego psychological object relations theory. Borderline personality organization develops when the child ... According to this theory, id impulses are based on the pleasure principle: instant gratification of one's own desires and needs ...
*  Psychology
"The Psychoanalytic Theory of Motivation" (pp. 9-84). Bill P. Godsil, Matthew R. Tinsley, & Michael S. Fanselow, "Motivation", ... Moore, B.E.; Fine, B.D. (1968), A Glossary of Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts, Amer Psychoanalytic Assn, p. 78, ISBN 978-0- ... Eds.), The SAGE handbook of personality theory and assessment: Vol. 1 - Personality theories and models. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE ... Freud's psychoanalytic theory was largely based on interpretive methods, introspection and clinical observations. It became ...
*  Sandor Rado
Franz Alexander et al, Psychoanalytic Pioneers (1995) p. 244. Alexander, p. 241. Otto Fenichel, The Psychoanalytic Theory of ... "the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, painfully wrested from the New York Psychoanalytic in ... Paul Roazen and Bluma Swerdloff: Heresy: Sandor Rado and the Psychoanalytic Movement, Northvale, N.J., Aronson, 1995. (in ... Radó published eleven psychoanalytic papers between 1919 and 1942. Perhaps the most important of them was the 1927 article on " ...
*  Gad Horowitz
Repression: Basic and surplus repression in psychoanalytic theory: Freud, Reich, and Marcuse. University of Toronto Press. 1977 ... Horowitz has specialised in labour theory, and most notably coined the appellation "Red Tory" in his application of Louis ... ISBN 0-8020-5379-3. "Everywhere they are in chains": Political theory from Rousseau to Marx. Nelson Canada. 1988. ISBN 0-17- ... Hartz's "fragment theory" to Canadian political culture and ideological development, in his essay "Conservatism, Liberalism and ...
*  Freud's seduction theory
Schimek, J. G. (1987). Fact and Fantasy in the Seduction Theory: a Historical Review. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic ... Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, xxxv: 937-65; Israëls, H. and Schatzman, M. (1993). The Seduction Theory. ... Israëls and Schatzman (1993); Esterson, A. (2001). Joyce, P.A. (1995). Psychoanalytic theory, child sexual abuse and clinical ... Freud's seduction theory emphasizes the causative impact of nurture: the shaping of the mind by experience. This theory held ...
*  Edith Jacobson
137 Tuttman, Edith Jacobson's major contributions to psychoanalytic theory of development, pp. 140 Jacobson, The Self and the ... 137-139 Tuttman, Edith Jacobson's major contributions to psychoanalytic theory of development, pp. 141-142 Jacobson, The Self ... Tuttman, S. (1985). Edith Jacobson's major contributions to psychoanalytic theory of development. The American journal of ... 52 Tuttman, Edith Jacobson's major contributions to psychoanalytic theory of development, pp. 136, 139 Tuttman, Edith ...
*  Moral development
Psychoanalytic theory, founded by Freud, emphasizes the role of guilt in repressing primal drives. Research on prosocial ... Some of these theoretical frameworks include: Cognitive Development Theory (Aboud, 1988); Social Domain Theory (Killen & ... and social domain theory (Turiel, 1983; Smetana 2006). Research from the social domain theory perspective focuses on how ... Implicit Theories (Levy, Chiu, & Hong, 2006) and Intergroup-contact Theory (Pettigrew & Tropp, 2008). The plethora of research ...
*  Harry Levinson
He was a pioneer in the application of psychoanalytic theory to management and leadership. He linked the failure of managers to ... The integration of organizational and psychoanalytic theory was the primary aim of the International Society for the ... Levinson's 1972 book is perhaps his most significant contribution to the theory and practice of psychoanalytic organizational ... Many of the psychoanalytic theorists who were Levinson's contemporaries were at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in ...
*  Sándor Ferenczi
The mutual encounter is a precedent for the psychoanalytic theory of two-person psychology. Ferenczi believed that the ... Ferenczi's work has strongly influenced theory and praxis of the interpersonal-relational theory of American psychoanalysis, as ... In Thalassa: A Theory of Genitality (1924), Ferenczi suggested that the wish to return to the womb (Latin: regressus ad uterum ... with the most difficult of patients and for developing a theory of more active intervention than is usual for psychoanalytic ...