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*  Internalization
In psychoanalytic theory, internalization is a process involving the formation of the super ego. Internalization is how man is ... Proponents of this theory suggest that children whose view of self is "good and moral" tend to have a developmental trajectory ... The self-determination theory proposes a motivational continuum from the extrinsic to intrinsic motivation and autonomous self- ... In economics, internalization theory explains the practice of multinational enterprises (MNEs) to execute transactions within ...
*  Gardner Murphy
Murphy was a strong admirer of Freud, often drawing from his psychoanalytic theories. He considered Freud a true artistic ... This particular theory of evolutionary adaption played a hand in multiple personality theories Murphy later presented. He ... His learning theories are a good example. Murphy believed that perception is learned the same way as behaviors, through reward ... The theory was presented in his book Personality published in 1947. In his book he proposed three main components to ...
*  Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions
... including psychoanalytic theories before presenting his own phenomenological analysis. The Emotions: Outline of a Theory, ... Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions (French: Esquisse d'une théorie des émotions) is a 1939 book by Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre ...
*  Voluntary childlessness
Hird, Myra J. "Vacant Wombs: Feminist Challenges to Psychoanalytic Theories of Childless Women." Feminist Review. 75 (2003. p. ... Many early books were grounded in feminist theory and largely sought to dispel the idea that womanhood and motherhood were ...
*  The Mind of Adolf Hitler
... psychoanalytic theory and clinical experience. The first words of the OSS report are: "This study is not propagandistic in any ... including discredited psychoanalytic theories and psychiatric labels used in different ways to today. The dust jacket of the ... Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 43:124-133 (1974). Hitler as mass killer: A wartime analysis By Benedict Carey. New York Times. ... However, the psychoanalytic team conducted extensive research for months, following their scholarly and academic bent. Donovan ...
*  Cognitive module
According to psychoanalytic theory, many cognitive modules are unconscious and repressed, to avoid mental conflicts. Defenses ... A cognitive module is, in theories of the modularity of mind and the closely related society of mind theory, a specialised tool ... Sigmund Freud's theory of sublimation: said that cognitive modules for some activities, such as sex, may incorrectly show up in ... Other theories similar to the cognitive module are cognitive description, cognitive pattern and psychological mechanism. Such a ...
*  Psychoanalytic conceptions of language
... refers to the intersection of psychoanalytic theory with linguistics and ... psychoanalytic theory is linked in many ways to linguistic phenomena, such as parapraxes and the telling of jokes. According to ... over the past twenty years infancy research has greatly informed psychoanalytic theory, and the concepts of symbolism and ... Language has been an integral component of the psychoanalytic framework since its inception, as evidenced by the fact that Anna ...
*  Voyeurism
One of the few historical theories on the causes of voyeurism comes from psychoanalytic theory. Psychoanalytic theory proposes ... Lovemap theory suggests that voyeurism exists because looking at naked others shifts from an ancillary sexual behavior, to a ... Psychoanalytic, group psychotherapy and shock aversion approaches have all been attempted with limited success. There is some ...
*  Philosophical essays on Freud
Glymour's essay, "Freud, Kepler, and the clinical evidence", discusses issues involved in testing psychoanalytic theory. ... He described Hopkins's introduction as a "shabby" psychoanalytic apologetic, and accused Hopkins of dismissing criticism of ... Pears's essay, "Motivated irrationality, Freudian theory and cognitive dissonance", discusses Freud's explanations of errors ... and theories of the self's structure. They represent a range of different viewpoints, most of them from within the tradition of ...
*  Pelham Edgar
He called free association a disease, and said psychoanalytic theory was "wholly valueless for poetry." Pelham Edgar was a ... He explored Henry James's changing theories of fiction in his 1927 book Henry James, Man and Author. Leon Edel said of his 1933 ... Frye, Northrop (2006). Educated Imagination and Other Writings on Critical Theory, 1933-1962. University of Toronto Press. ISBN ...
*  Vanishing mediator
In terms of psychoanalytic theory, when someone is caught in a dilemma they experience hysteria. A conceptual deadlock exists ...
*  Personality systematics
General Learning Press Greenberg, Jay R., Mitchell, Stephen A. (1983) Object relations in psychoanalytic theory. Harvard ... who introduced ideas from cybernetics and general systems theory into social psychology and psychotherapy, focusing in ... psychoanalysis's emphasis on the detailed exploration of interpersonal interactions with British object relations theory's ...
*  Isolation (psychology)
Isolation (German: Isolierung) is a defence mechanism in psychoanalytic theory first proposed by Sigmund Freud. While related ... His theory stated that by inserting an interval the person was "letting it be understood symbolically that he will not allow ...
*  Abnormal psychology
Illness dependent on stress "triggers". Psychoanalysis (Freud) Psychoanalytic theory is heavily based on the theory of the ... According to psychoanalytic theory, these repressions cause the disturbances that people experience in their daily lives and by ... These and many others have gone on to elaborate on Freud's original theory and to add their own take on defense mechanisms or ... The attempt to explain all mental disorders with the same theory leads to reductionism (explaining a disorder or other complex ...
*  Sidney Blatt
Blatt's first encountered psychoanalytic theory in high school through reading Freud's (1916-1917) Introductory Lectures on ... In R. F. Bornstein & J.M.Masling (Eds.), E''mpirical studies of psychoanalytic theories: Vol. 8. Empirical investigations of ... psychoanalytic developmental theory (i.e., ideas from Beatrice Beebe, Anna Freud, Edith Jacobson, Margaret Mahler, and Daniel ... Sigourney Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory and Research. Blatt began to develop his two ...
*  Mental disorder
Psychoanalytic theories have continued to evolve alongside and cognitive-behavioral and systemic-family approaches. A ... Evolutionary psychology may be used as an overall explanatory theory, while attachment theory is another kind of evolutionary- ... Theories may incorporate findings from a range of fields. Mental disorders are usually defined by a combination of how a person ... The different clinical and scientific perspectives draw on diverse fields of research and theory, and different disciplines may ...
*  Lionel Ovesey
Science House, ISBN 0-87668-017-1 Ovesey L. Psychoanalytic Theories of Gender Identity. In Person ES, ed. (1999). The Sexual ... The Psychoanalytic Theory of Male Homosexuality, New American Library, 1988, ISBN 0-452-01003-9 Mahler M, Pine F, Bergman A ( ... Am J Psychother 1974 Apr;28(2):174-93 Kardiner A., Karush A., Ovesey L. A methodological study of Freudian theory. I. Basic ...
*  Timeline of psychotherapy
The book also introduced his theory of body armoring. 1936 - Karen Horney began her critique of Freudian psychoanalytic theory ... describing his psycho-therapeutic model and introducing his concept of control theory [later renamed to Choice Theory]. 1967 - ... 1997 - The American Psychoanalytic Association became the first national mental health organization to support same-sex ... 1992 - The American Psychoanalytic Association extended the provisions of its 1991 resolution (see above) to training ...
*  Edward S. Casey
He conducts research in aesthetics, the philosophy of space and time, ethics, perception, and psychoanalytic theory. The World ...
*  Contingency, Hegemony, Universality
In the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan, "the Real" is regarded as the limit of representation. Laclau draws upon this ... Following the psychoanalytic theory of Lacan, Žižek claims that sexual difference functions as an "empty" difference onto which ... the concept of sexual difference in Lacanian theory must be "emptied out" of positive content, such as the biological ...
*  W. H. R. Rivers
While Rivers' theory contains some Freudian elements, it is not simply a restatement of psychoanalytic theory; Rivers' theory ... A Contribution to a Biological Theory of the Psycho-Neuroses. River's theory of the neuroses incorporates everything Rivers had ... While it is true that Rivers was aware of and was influenced by Freud's theories and by the practice of psychoanalysis, he did ... Rivers' personal and complete theory on the origin of the "psycho-neuroses," including the war neuroses, was not to be ...
*  Delayed gratification
According to classic psychoanalytic theory, a person's psyche is composed of the id, ego and superego. The id is driven by the ... According to psychoanalytic theory, a person with difficulty delaying gratification is plagued by intrapsychic conflict - the ... Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalytic theory, discussed the ego's role in balancing the immediate pleasure-driven ... As prospect theory states, people are heavily loss-averse. People tend to value a commodity more when it is considered to be ...
*  Histrionic personality disorder
Psychoanalytic theories incriminate authoritarian or distant attitudes by one (mainly the mother) or both parents, along with ... Sigmund Freud's work with Josef Breuer, Studies on Hysteria, contributes to a psychoanalytic theory of hysteria. Freud believed ... He developed the psychoanalytic theory in the late 19th century and the results from his development led to split concepts of ... There are a few theories, however, that relate to the lineage of its diagnosis. Traits such as extravagance, vanity, and ...
*  The Dialectic of Sex
... and misunderstands the implications of psychoanalytic theory for feminism. She noted that while Firestone, like Simone de ...
*  The Assault on Truth
Masson aroused controversy after presenting his views about the origins of Freud's psychoanalytic theories in a paper delivered ... ISBN 0-8147-4655-1. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) Elliott, Anthony (2002). Psychoanalytic Theory: An Introduction ... Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory (Book)". Theory & Society. 16 (2). - via EBSCO's Academic Search Complete ( ... Storr wrote that Freud was "was far too proud, too used to isolation and too honest to discard a theory because it was ...