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Jung believed anima development has four distinct levels, which in "The psychology of the transference" he named Eve, Helen, ... The anima and animus are described in Carl Jung's school of analytical psychology as part of his theory of the collective ... The Psychology of the Unconscious, Dvir Co., Ltd., Tel-Aviv, 1973 (originally 1917) ... In 1923, it began being used as a term in Jungian psychology to describe the masculine side of women.[3] ...
Jung believed anima development has four distinct levels, which in "The psychology of the transference" he named Eve, Helen, ... The Psychology of the Unconscious, Dvir Co., Ltd., Tel-Aviv, 1973 (originally 1917) M.-L. von Franz, "The Process of ... The anima and animus, in Carl Jung's school of analytical psychology, are the two primary anthropomorphic archetypes of the ...
Certainly his rival Lacan maintained that "that extraordinary lateral transference, by which the categories of a psychology ... "The Unity of Psychology: experimental psychology and clinical psychology"(1949). But his work is essentially psychopathological ... Appointed lecturer in psychology at the University of Strasbourg in 1937, he succeeded to the chair of psychology at the ... Using ideas from Structuralism and Gestalt psychology, Lagache in his 1951-2 'Report on Transference' stressed its ...
"Psychology of the Transference", Collected Works Vol 16 (London 19540 p. 279 Hopeke, A Guided Tour" p. 164-5 William T. Gorski ... Studies in Analytical Psychology (London 1999) p. 19 Ashton, Brink p. 231 Jung, C. G. Psychology and Alchemy 2nd. ed. (Transl. ... In analytical psychology, the term became a metaphor 'for the dark night of the soul, when an individual confronts the shadow ... the rediscovery of the principles of alchemy came to be an important part of my work as a pioneer of psychology'. As a student ...
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In "The Psychology of the Transference" he writes of the fourfold nature of the transforming process using the language of ... Alchemy: An Introduction to the Symbolism and the Psychology. Inner City Books, Toronto, 1980. ISBN 0-919123-04-X (pbk.) von ... ISBN 1-85538-085-4 Jung, C.G. Psychology and Alchemy. Collected Works, Vol. 12. Bollingen Series XX. 2nd Edition. Princeton ... Number and Time: Reflections Leading Towards a Unification of Psychology and Physics. Rider & Company, London, 1974. ISBN 0-09- ...
The image originally came to public attention in C.G. Jung's essay The Psychology of The Transference (2nd ed.1966), where it ...
... through the openings offered for working through by transference disruption in self psychology, to the repetitive exploration ... of the transference in group therapy. Psychodynamic psychotherapy Free association Sundberg, Norman (2001). Clinical Psychology ... The Realities of Transference (1990) p. 47-8 H. S. Bernard, Basics of Group Psychotherapy 91994) p. 110 Remembering, Repeating ... The necessity of working through the transference is stressed in almost all forms of psychodynamic therapy, from object ...
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 51, 109-124 Wosket, V. (1999). The therapeutic use of self. London: Routledge. Pearlman, L. A ... Loughran, E. H. (2002). The therapists's use of body as a medium for transference and countertransference communication. ... Unpublished Doctor of Psychology Dissertation. Wright Institute: California. Egan, J. & Carr, A. (2008). Body-centred ... on a therapist's use of body as a medium for transference and countertransference communication reported that they had ...
In The Psychology of the Transference, Carl Jung states that within the transference dyad both participants typically ... 1970). Jung, Carl C. The Psychology of the Transference, Princeton University Press, ISBN 0-691-01752-2 Andersen, S. M. & Berk ... But what he learned was that the analysis of the transference was actually the work that needed to be done: "the transference, ... Rather than using the patient's transference strategically in therapy, the positive or negative transference is diplomatically ...
Heinz Kohut thought similarly to Freud's idea of transference. He used narcissism as a model of how people develop their sense ... Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and its variation among individuals. Its areas of ... Clinical psychology Epigenetics in psychology Four temperaments Holland Codes Individual differences Industrial & ... Epstein, Seymour; In: Handbook of psychology: Personality and social psychology, Vol. 5. Millon, Theodore (Ed.); Lerner, Melvin ...
C. G. Jung, "Psychology of the Transference", Collected Works, volume 16. London 1954, page 238. Jung, Two Essays; pages 161-2 ... Jung, Two Essays, p. 197 Jacobi, Psychology, page 117 Jung, Two Essays, page 197 Hannah, p. 288 Demaris S. Wehr, Jung and ... Two Essays on Analytical Psychology (London 1953) p. 190 Mario Jacoby, The Analytic Encounter (Canad 1984) p. 118 C. G. Jung, ... Two Essays on Analytical Psychology (London 1953), p. 156 and page 284. Jung, Two Essays; page 277. ...
"Psychology of the Transference Collected Works 16 (London 1954) p. 219 Jung, Archetypes p. 123 Stevens, Jung p. 50 C. G. Jung, ... "Psychology and Religion." In CW 11: Psychology and Religion: West and East. p. 131 Jung, C.G. (1952). "Answer to Job." In CW 11 ... Psychology and Religion: West and East. p.1 2 S. A. Diamond - article published April 20, 2012 by Psychology Today [Retrieved ... Psychology of the Unconscious (London 1944) pp. 181-2 Jung "Psychology" pp. 238-9 Jung, Mysterium p. 497 Robert Bly/Marion ...
The new fixation - for example a father-transference onto the analyst - may be very different from the old, but will absorb its ... Psychology portal Fanaticism Father complex Idée fixe (psychology) Psychical inertia Psychosexual development Regression ( ... "Fixation" (German: Fixierung) is a concept (in human psychology) that was originated by Sigmund Freud (1905) to denote the ... psychology) Substance dependence Salman Akhtar, Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychoanalysis (London 2009) p. 112 Salman Akhtar, ...
An important aspect of the therapeutic relationship is transference, in which deep unconscious feelings in a patient reorient ... This field was at first called economic psychology or business psychology; later, industrial psychology, employment psychology ... Further information: Outline of psychology, List of psychology disciplines, Applied psychology, and Subfields of psychology ... Personnel psychology, a subfield of I-O psychology, applies the methods and principles of psychology in selecting and ...
British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69, 129- 138. (1998) "Transferences and countertransferences: the cognitive analytic ... 1992) "Critique of a Kleinian case presentation". British Journal of Medical Psychology, 65, 309 - 317. (1993) "Addiction to ... 1994 a) "Projective identification: a particular form of reciprocal role procedure". British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67 ...
The mechanisms of change in the treatment of transference focused psychotherapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62, 481-501. ... the transference. Techniques of clarification, confrontation, and interpretation are used within the evolving transference ... Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62(4), 405-410. Clarkin, J. F., Foelsch, P. A., Levy, K. N., Hull, J. W., Delany, J. C., ... Transference focused psychotherapy (TFP) is a highly structured, twice-weekly modified psychodynamic treatment based on Otto F ...
Psychology Press. Skowronski, J. J., Carlston, D. E., Mae, L., & Crawford, M. T. (1998). Spontaneous trait transference: ... In social psychology, the boomerang effect refers to the unintended consequences of an attempt to persuade resulting in the ... The dissonance theory by Leon Festinger has thrived the progress of social psychology research in the 1960s as it is not ... Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 8(4p1), 324. Brehm, J. W. (1966). A theory of psychological reactance. New York: ...
"Psychology of the Transference", Collected Works Vol. 16 (London 1954) p. 311 On this last, see "Christ, a Symbol of the Self" ... What distinguishes Jungian psychology is the idea that there are two centers of the personality. The ego is the center of ... Fritz Perls, Gestalt Therapy Verbatim (Bantam) p. 8 Polly Young-Eisendrath/James Albert Hall, Jung's Self-Psychology (1991) p. ... The Self in Jungian psychology is one of the Jungian archetypes, signifying the unification of consciousness and ...
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Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 15(3), 329-345. The Developmental and Evolutionary Psychology of Intergenerational ... Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 15(3), 329-345 The Developmental and Evolutionary Psychology of Intergenerational ... A Taxometric Analysis of Strange Situation Behavior." Developmental Psychology Vol. 39 (May 2003), pp. 387-404 Isabella, ... A Taxometric Analysis." of Strange Situation Behavior Developmental Psychology Vol. 39 (May 2003), pp. 387-404 Isabella, ...
Discussion of slips, transference, and dream analysis. Includes classic case studies. Watson, John B. (1913). "Psychology as ... James, William (1890). The Principles of Psychology. This monumental text can be viewed as the beginning of psychology. Online ... Thorndike, Edward L. (1910). "The contribution of psychology to education," Journal of Educational Psychology, 1, 5-12. ... Beilin, H. (1992). Piaget's Enduring Contribution to Developmental Psychology. Developmental Psychology, 28(2), 191-204. Bowlby ...
... crossmodal correspondences or sensation transference. Some allusions to evolutionary psychology are also often proposed. Sight ... As Emily Anthes of Psychology Today states, "Shoppers make more impulsive purchases when they're overstimulated. Loud volume ... Sensory marketing is often intersecting with fields like social psychology and neurobiology. Theoretical explanations of the ...
Mainstream analytic thought broadly agrees that interpretation took effect "by utilizing positive transference and transitory ... Introjection and Transference', dating from 1909", but it was in the decade between "On Narcissism" (1914) and "The Ego and the ... "Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego", in Sigmund Freud, civilisation, Society and Religion (Penguin Freud Library 12) ... psychology) Laplanche, J. and Pontalis, J.-B. (1973), The language of psychoanalysis. The Hogarth Press. Malcolm Macmillan, ...
Transference focused psychotherapy. *Transpersonal psychology. *Transtheoretical model (TTM or "stages of change") ...