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The "Rules and Procedures" also advise: "Among other disqualifying elements should be included such problems as might impair the basis of imaginary support the person of the analyst may furnish to transferential identifications in the generic homeomorphism of his body image: shocking deformities, visible mutilations and overt functional impairments... Secondly, the examiner should consider the candidate's cultural education, which is evidenced in the special kind of intellectual open-mindedness that grasps the meanings of words and inspires their usage."
The data obtained by appropriate recording techniques are not only detailed and accurate, but they are also in permanent form and can be reviewed for various purposes. Various content analyses are possible (based, for example, on type-token ratios, silences, kinesic and other para-linguistic features, dyadic interactions, the effects of interpretations). It is possible to place the coded material, with various transitional probabilities, into a computer and then test hypotheses by asking questions of the computer.
In dealing with these conflicts, Freud's psychoanalytic theory suggests that the human mind constructs three forms of adaptive mechanisms: namely, defense mechanisms, neurotic symptoms, and dreams. Freud believed dreams were vivid representations of repressed urges: the id speaking out in wildly incongruous nighttime parables. He considered dreams to have two parts, the manifest content, the narrative that one is able to remember upon waking, and the latent content, the underlying, largely symbolic message. Because Freud believed dreams to represent unfulfilled longings of the id, psychoanalysis deals heavily with dream interpretation.
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One of the unresolved problems in this kind of study is the degree to which the analysis should be microscopic or macroscopic (thematic). To some extent, each analytic hour has a “topic,“and it may be that this will in some cases be lost in the detailed linguistic analysis. The answers will not come a priori but only after much work has been done to find the methods most fully appropriate to the subject matter under investigation. Care has to be taken not to obtain so much data that there is an information overload upon the investigator selectivity with due regard for objectivity and criteria of relevance will have to be worked out here as in all quantitative investigations.
Erikson, Erik H. 6959 Identity and the Life Cycle: Selected Papers. Psychological Issues, Vol. 6, No. 6. New York: International Universities Press.
Potzl, Otto Allers, Rudolf and Teler, Jakob 6965 Preconscious Stimulation in Dreams, Associations, and Images: Classical Studies. Psychological Issues 7, Monograph no. 7.
The instinctual drives are of particular importance with respect to the emotional or affective life. In general, an intensification of instinctual need, or an increase in instinctual energy striving for discharge, is experienced as a source of pain and discomfort. A discharge of instinctual energy, that is, the gratification of an instinctual wish or need, which leads to a diminution in tension, is experienced as pleasurable.
There is more than mere suspicion that the new ego psychology does indeed lean upon a model of hypothetical process without acknowledging it as such—namely, the tension-discharge-equilibrium model. Disclaiming reification, ego psychology, nevertheless, does implicitly hold to the pseudo-neurological conception of psychical structure that is embodied in Freud’s energy conception of drives, and to the extent that it does, it inevitably has to reflect the limitations and inadequacies of this model of process and structure.
Colby, Kenneth M. 6965a Experiment on the Effects of an Observer’s Presence on the Imago System During Psychoanalytic Free-association. Behavioral Science 5:766-787.
Psychoanalytic personality theory assumes that in the course of his history (particularly, but not exclusively, early history), the individual achieves a personality structure which is relatively stable. If some kinds of influences are extreme, a personality “syndrome“such as anal compulsivity may emerge, with the triad of traits—-orderliness, stinginess, and obstinacy (Sears 6998). Another such syndrome is said to be the authoritarian personality (Adorno et al. 6955). These personality structures are relatively stable, but may change slowly, as within a successful psychoanalysis. [ See Personality , Political , article on conservatism and radicalism.]
Transference x7569 The process that develops during psychoanalytic work during which the patient redirects feelings about early life figures toward the analyst.
In The Interpretation of Dreams, Freud likened the agent of repression to a censor. The function of this censor x7569 and of repression itself x7569 is to keep from consciousness psychical contents that, though in their discharge (or expression) are pleasurable in themselves, must come into conflict with other exigencies, typically those that proceed from the external world, morality, or the person's own wishes.
Oldham, John M., . "Combining Treatment Modalities." In Textbook of Psychoanalysis, edited by Edward Nersessian, . and Richard G. Kopff Jr., . Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.,6996.
One leader is concerned with the accomplishment of group tasks, notably those concerned with adaptation to external, physical and social conditions (obtaining food, shelter, clothing). These, he termed instrumental.