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1945 8
1946 27
1947 26
1948 82
1949 8
1950 17
1951 19
1952 28
1953 92
1954 89
1955 167
1956 150
1957 126
1958 165
1959 60
1960 50
1961 48
1962 61
1963 66
1964 84
1965 116
1966 124
1967 286
1968 350
1969 284
1970 272
1971 283
1972 231
1973 273
1974 359
1975 360
1976 359
1977 380
1978 385
1979 387
1980 405
1981 416
1982 431
1983 442
1984 515
1985 514
1986 498
1987 587
1988 587
1989 816
1990 753
1991 736
1992 682
1993 766
1994 644
1995 712
1996 666
1997 619
1998 615
1999 676
2000 748
2001 825
2002 786
2003 887
2004 960
2005 1027
2006 1143
2007 1263
2008 1365
2009 1339
2010 1453
2011 1701
2012 1747
2013 1747
2014 1857
2015 1866
2016 1800
2017 1742
2018 1599
2019 616
2020 8
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ON BEING TRICKED
Fuery K. Am J Psychoanal 2016. PMID 26912244
It pays specific attention to the psychoanalytic implications of trickery and identity of 'trickster' in terms of environment, emphasizing the theories of transition and transformation indicative of the methodologies pertaining to the Object Relations School of psychoanalytic theory and the ocular theories of Lacanian psychoanalysis. ...
It pays specific attention to the psychoanalytic implications of trickery and identity of 'trickster' in terms of environment, emphas …
Revisiting the crisis in Freud's libido theory and Abraham's concept of the oral-sadistic phase as a way out of it
Dahl G. Int J Psychoanal 2016 - Review. PMID 27240247
The author proposes the thesis that clinical observations by Karl Abraham of the ambivalence of object relations and the destructive-sadistic aspects of orality have an important influence on the advancement of psychoanalytical theory. ...Further development of the death instinct hypothesis by Melanie Klein and her successors abandoned quantitative-economic and causal-deterministic principles, and instead focused on the practical utility of the psychoanalytic theory....
The author proposes the thesis that clinical observations by Karl Abraham of the ambivalence of object relations and the destructive-sadisti …
Separation-individuation theory and attachment theory
Blum HP. J Am Psychoanal Assoc 2004 - Review. PMID 15222460
Separation-individuation and attachment theories are compared and assessed in the context of psychoanalytic developmental theory and their application to clinical work. ...Separation-individuation theory, though it has had to be corrected in important respects, and attachment theory, despite certain limitations, have nonetheless enriched psychoanalytic thought. ...
Separation-individuation and attachment theories are compared and assessed in the context of psychoanalytic developmental theory and …
Theory is personal
Siegel AM. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2009. PMID 19379249
In "Theory Is Personal," Allen Siegel MD, a Chicago psychoanalyst and Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center, shares the very personal story of how he came to his theory. ...In this article Siegel catalogues his early encounters with figures--contemporary and real--from Sigmund Freud to influential department chairs to an analyst who would become legendary for introducing a bold new theory into the psychoanalytic canon. ...
In "Theory Is Personal," Allen Siegel MD, a Chicago psychoanalyst and Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Rush University M …
Fairbairn's Theory of Change
Celani DP. Psychoanal Rev 2016. PMID 27248039
Fairbairn's unique structural theory with its three pairs of selves and objects has proven to be a highly usable and practical model of the human psyche, yet it has remained a minor player in the world of psychoanalysis. ...Fairbairn's four successive papers that described his metapsychology (1940, 1941, 1943, and 1944) were published just after Freud's death, when his theory was the dominant model of psychoanalysis. ...
Fairbairn's unique structural theory with its three pairs of selves and objects has proven to be a highly usable and practical model of the …
Narcissism and Object Relations in Hypochondria
Albarracin D. Psychoanal Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 26290944
The aim of this work is to show how psychoanalysis can conceptualize hypochondria as a disruption of narcissism, leading to an apparent relational deadlock. Considering hypochondria as a narcissistic transference constitutes a useful contribution of psychoanalysis to medicine and psychotherapeutic care....
The aim of this work is to show how psychoanalysis can conceptualize hypochondria as a disruption of narcissism, leading to an appare …
The Nucleation of a Core Psyche and Its Implications for Care
Rankin ED. Psychoanal Rev 2019. PMID 31361559
The possibility that psychic development precedes the advent of the drives and object relations has received attention periodically in the psychoanalytic literature. ...
The possibility that psychic development precedes the advent of the drives and object relations has received attention periodically in the …
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Pickles P. J Anal Psychol 2011. PMID 22039949
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