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Schore 23 2 Memory, amnesia and intuition: a neuro-psychoanalytic perspective Oliver Turnbull Mark Solms 55 3 Attachment, actual experience and mental representation Miriam Steele 86 4 The interpersonal interpretive mechanism: the confluence of genetics and attachment theory in development Peter Fonagy Part 2 5 Psychotherapeutic work with parents and infants Tessa Baradon 6 The use of fantasy as a psychic organiser for traumatic experience Marta Neil 7 Counter-transference, sexual abuse and the therapist as a new developmental object Inji Ralph 8 Leo: the analytic treatment of an elective mute boy Viviane Green 9 Young adolescents: development and treatment Willem Heuves 10 Developmental considerations in an adult analysis Marie Zaphiriou Woods Index Show More Customer Reviews Average Review.
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Dr. Allan N. Schore
Shop Textbooks. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. Emotional development takes place at the confluence of diverse and multiple processes and it seems apposite to draw on a variety of perspectives.
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In the first section the development of emotional life is viewed through different lenses, each highlighting a particular aspect of how the mind develops and functions. In the second section, the focus is at the psychic level, the individual's subjective experience as it reveals itself within the domain of a therapeutic relationship.
The link between the biological sciences and psychoanalysis is of course not new. From the outset the potential links between psychoanalysis psychic life and neurology biology had been of great interest to Freud.
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- Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience: Creating Connections;
- Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory and Neuroscience.
Many years later we are in a better position to understand the nature of these links but we are not yet clear as to how to integrate what are essentially very different paradigms, disciplines and traditions. Whittle argues that subjectivity within the domain of psychoanalysis and science constitute utterly different enterprises, each with its own culture, methods and styles of thinking.
Between these different parallel worlds, he writes, lies a yawning epistemological and methodological gap. While this may well be true it does not necessarily follow that what emerges from one field cannot inform the other.
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About this product Product Information This book will provide a multi-disciplinary overview of psychological and emotional development of children, from infancy to early adulthood. Integrating research and concepts of psychology and neurophysiology with psychoanalytic thinking,DevelopmentalPerspectives, Children and Psychoanalysiswill provide a well-rounded perspective that is not possible from just one theoretical viewpoint.checkout.midtrans.com/mujeres-solteras-manos-en-trmens.php
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Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. Green Emotional Development. Biological and Clinical Approaches. Schore Towards an Integration. Part I. Baradon, Part II.