The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Volumes 1 25

The completeness and excellence of the abstracts make this volume a valuable guide and reference book for all students and scholars who do not own the complete set.

Author: Ruth S. Eissler

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300017782

Category: Medical

Page: 414

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The completeness and excellence of the abstracts make this volume a valuable guide and reference book for all students and scholars who do not own the complete set. For those who do own the first twenty-five volumes, the index will facilitate quick location of important topics and bring ease in tracing the development of psychoanalytic concepts.
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The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child

Author: Albert J. Solnit

Publisher: Psychoanalytic Study of the Ch

ISBN: 0300026072

Category: Psychology

Page: 488

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This distinguished annual contains outstanding original papers in psychoanalytic theory and practice. It brings together findings from all areas of analytic research and offers a rich mixture of clinical and theoretical material. "Eighteen outstanding papers comprise the latest issue of The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child. They span theoretical, clinical, technical as well as educational aspects of psychoanalysis. With some exceptions, they focus on the very young child. The diverse papers convey an orientation toward the future, a dedication to growth and change on all levels, and encourage new applications and the charting of new frontiers. . . . The general level of excellence of this latest issue . . . makes it mandatory reading for clinicians--in whatever discipline--and especially for those who are interested in innovative thinking about the treatment of the young child."--Mary Engel, Contemporary Psychology
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Memorial note for Albert J. Solnit, MD Gender Wendy Olesker Gender and Its Clinical Manifestations Alan Zients Andy: A Boy Who Thought He Needed to Be a Girl Rona Knight Margo and Me: Gender as a Cause and Solution to Unmet Needs Nancy ...

Author: Robert A. King

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ISBN: 0300101260

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

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Memorial note for Albert J. Solnit, MD; Gender; Wendy Olesker Gender and Its Clinical Manifestations; Alan Zients Andy: A Boy Who Thought He Needed to Be a Girl; Rona Knight Margo and Me: Gender as a Cause and Solution to Unmet Needs; Nancy Kulish Gender and the Care of a Woman Who Believed She Was Half Male and Half Female; Development; Samuel Abrams Introduction; Wendy Olesker An Analysis of a Developmentally Delayed Young Girl; Claudia Lament The Many Dimensions of Group Process; M. Nasir Ilahi Comments to the Discussion Group Clinical Applications of Developmental Prepositions; Rona B. Knight Margo and Me II: The Role of Narrative Building in Child-Analytic Technique [Founders Award winner]; Peter Neubauer Some Notes on the Role of Development in Psychoanalytic Assistance, Differentiation, and Regression; Samuel Abrams Looking Forward and Backward; In Memory of Donald J. Cohen, MD; Linda Mayes In Memory: Donald J. Cohen; Steven Marans Childhood Trauma; T. Wayne Downey Donald and His Coat of Many Colours; Peter Fonagy & Mary Target Being Mindful of Minds; Integrating Theory and Clinical Practice; Alan Sugarman Limit Setting and Affect Regulation; Lucille Spira & Arlene Kramer Ri
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The latest volume in the esteemed series features a detailed case discussion of the child analyst at work and clinical contributions concerning failure-to-thrive, encopresis, and poor impulse control.

Author: Robert A. King

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300185359

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

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The latest volume in the esteemed series features a detailed case discussion of the child analyst at work and clinical contributions concerning failure-to-thrive, encopresis, and poor impulse control. A section is devoted to children affected by medical illness. Other contributions address the use of the computer and internet in child psychoanalysis, childhood masturbation, the impact of nannies, therapeutic considerations in disturbed adolescents, and a description of the Hampstead Clinic at work.
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Clifford Yorke, Freud's Psychology: Can It Survive?

Author: Albert J. Solnit

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ISBN: 0300064713

Category: Psychology

Page: 442

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Clifford Yorke, Freud's Psychology: Can It Survive? Per R. Anthi, Resistance Analysis and Psychic Reality Judith Guss Teicholz, Loewald's "Positive Neutrality" and the Affirmative Potential of Pyschoanalytic Interventions Development John B. McDevitt, A Childhood Gender Identity Disorder: Analysis, Preoedipal Determinants, and Therapy in Adolescence Helen R. Beiser, A Follow-up of Child Analysis: The Analyst as a Real Person Theodore J. Gaensbauer, Trauma in the Preverbal Period: Symptoms, Memories, and Developmental Impact Pini Rabenu and Tamar G. Rabenu, The Role of Free Movement in Separation-Individuation: A Study of Paralysis Clinical Contributions Sarah Atkinson and Glen O. Gabbard, Erotic Transference in the Male Adolescent-Female Analyst Dyad E. Kirsten Dahl, Daughters and Mothers: Aspects of the Representational World During Adolescence Julia Fabricius and Viviane Green, Termination in Child Analysis: A Child- Led Process? Audrey Gavshon, The Analysis of an Overstimulated Child Marianne Goldberger, Enactment and Play Following Medical Trauma: An Analytic Case Study Erwin R. Parson, Post-Traumatic Stress and Coping in an Inner-City Child: Traumatogenetic Witnessing of Interparental Violence and Murder Shirley C. Samuels, Helping Foster Children to Mourn Past Relationships Jessica Valner and Marc Nemiroff, Silent Eulogy: Elective Mutism in a Six-Year-Old Hispanic Girl Applied Psychoanalysis Anne Adelman, Traumatic Memory and the Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Narratives Shuli Barzilai, Models of Reflexive Recognition: Wallon's Origines du caractère and Lacan's "Mirror Stage" Jules Glenn, The Child Is Father of the Man: Wordsworth's Ode: Intimations of Immortality and His Secret Sharers William D. Jeffrey, "Lazarus Stand Forth": H.D. Encounters Freud Mortimer Ostow, The Examination Dream Revisited: A Clinical Note
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From Fetus to Child

Dr Alessandra Piontelli has done what no one has done before: she observed eleven fetuses (three singletons and four sets of twins) in the womb using ultrasound scans, and then observed their development at home from birth up to the age of ...

Author: Alessandra Piontelli

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134905348

Category: Psychology

Page: 272

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The use of ultrasonic scans in pregnancy makes it possible to observe the fetus undisturbed in the womb. Dr Alessandra Piontelli has done what no one has done before: she observed eleven fetuses (three singletons and four sets of twins) in the womb using ultrasound scans, and then observed their development at home from birth up to the age of four years. She includes a description of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy of one of the research children, and the psychoanalysis of five other very young children whose behaviour in analysis suggested that they were deeply preoccupied with their experience in the womb. Dr Piontelli has discovered what many parents have always thought - that each fetus, like each newborn baby, is a highly individual creature. By drawing on her experience as a child psychotherapist and psychoanalyst as well as on her observational research, she is able to investigate issues relating to individuality, psychological birth and the influence of maternal emotions during pregnancy. Her findings demonstrate clearly how psychoanalytical evidence enhances, deepens and supports observational data on the remarkable behavioural and psychological continuities between pre-natal and post-natal life.
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