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Title"Two Butterflies on My Head..." [electronic resource] : Psychoanalysis in the Interdisciplinary Scientific Dialogue / edited by Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Henri Schneider, Rolf Pfeifer
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1992
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-49959-3
Descript X, 324 p. 3 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

In psychoanalysis as in most other fields of science, English is the inยญ ternationallanguage. Not being a native speaker of English, one is confronted with much higher barriers when communicating clinical observations and theoretical reflections. Thus, in the early 1960s, Ulrich Moser raised (in German!) some fundamental questions conยญ cerning the methods, theories, and philosophy of science of psychoยญ analysis, questions that became a topic of discussion in the English speaking psychoanalytic community more than a decade later (see, e. g. , the "theory crisis" in psychoanalysis). Now, three of us, who preยญ viously worked at Moser's institute in Zurich, have decided to dediยญ cate this English book on psychoanalytic research to Ulrich Moser, supplementing the collection of papers now being published by him and Ilka von Zeppelin. This is not only intended to be an acknowlยญ edgement of his achievements in psychoanalytic thought but also an illustration of the kind of interdisciplinary research that he directly or indirectly initiated, both in clinical psychoanalysis (part I of the book) and in empirical psychotherapy research (part II). In working on this project we ourselves encountered the language barrier mentioned above. Without the competent, careful, and friendยญ ly help of Mrs. Katharina Goodwin, a translator who was willing to embark on the adventure of entering into a new field of thought and translated most of our German manuscripts, this book could not have been published. Dr


CONTENT

Psychoanalysis in the Interdisciplinary Scientific Dialogue -- Two Butterflies on My Head, or, Why Have a Theory in Psychoanalysis? -- Interdisciplinary Exchange or "Turning a Blind Eye"? Defense Mechanisms of Psychoanalysts: A Case Study -- The Oedipal Deed or the Curse of Knowledge -- Consciousness and the Shadow of Time -- Affect Categories and the Compulsion to Repeat -- Identity and the Self: Interactional and Intrapsychic Paradigm. Significance of Infant Research for Psychoanalytic Theory -- Psychoanalysis and Neuropsychophysiology: A Look at Case Material from the Two Theoretical Perspectives. An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Some Basic Psychoanalytic Concepts -- Model-Guided Empirical Research and Its Relevance for Psychoanalysis -- On-Line and Off-Line, Practice and Research: A Balance -- A Model-Oriented Representation of Superego Rules -- A Dynamic View of Emotion with an Application to the Classification of Emotional Disorders -- A Model Based on Theories of Self-Organizing Processes as a Tool for the Investigation of Change in Psychotherapy -- Identifying Microsequences: A New Methodological Approach to the Analysis of Affective Regulatory Processes -- Use of Affect Research in Dynamic Psychotherapy -- Knowledge-Based Modeling of Diagnostic Reasoning -- Formulating Models About Change Processes by Rendering Explicit the Psychoanalystโ{128}{153}s Implicit Knowledge: A Dialogue Between Science and Clinical Practice -- Contributors


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