The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child: Volume 56

Albert J. Solnit, Peter B. Neubauer, Samuel Abrams

Anno: 2002
Rilegatura: Hardback
Pagine: 432 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 229 x 152 mm
Peso: 703 gr.
  • EAN: 9780300089899
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Special section on changes in technique in child analysis since the publication of Normality and Pathology in Childhood by Anna Freud Albert J. Solnit Introduction and Historical Perspective Alice B. Colonna Opening of Discussion Peter B. Neubauer Emerging Issues: Some Observations About Changes in Technique in Child Analysis Steven Luria Ablon The Work of Transformation: Changes in Technique since Anna Freud's Normality and Pathology In Childhood T. Wayne Downey Early Object Relations into New Objects A. Scott Dowling Discussion of "Early Object Relations into New Objects" Eugene J. Mahon Anna Freud and the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Technique Anton O. Kris Discussion of "Anna Freud and the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Technique" Mortimer Ostow Remarks of Moderator: Recognizing Mood Regulation in Psychoanalytic Therapy Samuel Abrams Summation: Unrealized Possibilities-- Comments on Anna Freud's Normality and Pathology in Childhood THEORY Harold P. Blum The "Exceptions" Reviewed: The Formation and Deformation of the Privileged Character Linda C. Mayes The Twin Poles of Order and Chaos: Development as a Dynamic, Self-ordering System Beatrice Melmed Posner, Roslyn Wolfe Glickman, Eithne Coyle Taylor, Joyce Canfield, and Francine Cyr In Search of Winnicott's Aggression DEVELOPMENT Rachel Blass On the Ethical and Evaluative Nature of Developmental Models in Psychoanalysis Leena Klockars and Riitta Sirola The Mother-Daughter Love Affair Across the Generations David W. Krueger Body Self: Development, Psychopathologies, and Psychoanalytic Significance CLINICAL CONTRIBUTIONS George A. Awad The Effects of Medication on the Psychoanalytic Process: The Case of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Henrik Enckell "I want to know, too": Psychotherapy with a Visually Impaired Boy APPLICATIONS Hilary J. Beattie Father and Son: The Origins of Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Errol B. Dendy Hamlet's Delay Jules Glenn Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken": Childhood, Psychoanalytic Symbolism, and Creativity Eugene J. Mahon Psychological Insights in Shakespeare's Final Play, The Two Noble Kinsmen