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Clinical and Observational Psychoanalytic Research: Roots of a Controversy - Andre Green & Daniel Stern

Clinical and Observational Psychoanalytic Research: Roots of a Controversy - Andre Green & Daniel Stern

1st Edition

Rosemary Davies
December 31, 2000

Few topics elicit greater controversy within psychoanalysis today than the role of research in justifying or expanding upon analytic theory. The text collects papers from a London conference, along with additional material, to explore the work of discussants Daniel Stern and Andre Green. Stern,...

Foundations for Conceptual Research in Psychoanalysis

Foundations for Conceptual Research in Psychoanalysis

1st Edition

Anna U. Dreher
December 31, 2000

In clear language and with an extraordinary depth of scholarship, Dreher describes the history of psychoanalytic research and dissects the structure of empirical and conceptual research endeavours....

Psychoanalysis and Developmental Therapy

Psychoanalysis and Developmental Therapy

1st Edition

Anne Hurry
December 31, 1998

Many books have recently appeared on a variety of psychoanalytic topics, but relatively few have dealt specifically with problems of technique and with the theory that informs those techniques. It is therefore particularly fortunate that this book does just that. The central and greater part of the...

Freud's Models of the Mind: An Introduction

Freud's Models of the Mind: An Introduction

1st Edition

Christopher Dare
December 31, 1997

The authors succeed in putting Freud's models of the mind into a historical and developmental framework and show the complexity of his thinking on the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind....

Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False?

Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False?

1st Edition

Peter Fonagy
December 31, 1997

These papers - from a conference with the same title - includes work by Lawrence Weiskrant (highlighting the concerns around false memories), John Morton (outlining contemporary models of memory), and Valerie Sinason (on detecting abuse in child psychotherapy). The second half presents a...

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