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Author Solms, Mark, author

Title The feeling brain : selected Papers on neuropsychoanalysis / Mark Solms
Published London, England : Karnac Books, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (241 pages)
Series Psychoanalytic Ideas Series
Psychoanalytic inquiry book series.
Contents COVER -- CONTENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS -- FOREWORD -- Introduction -- PART I WHAT IS A NEUROPSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVE? -- CHAPTER ONE What is neuropsychoanalysis? -- CHAPTER TWO Putting the psyche into neuropsychology -- PART II NEUROPSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON SOME NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS -- CHAPTER FOUR Is the brain more real than the mind? -- CHAPTER FIVE An example of neuropsychoanalytic research: Korsakoff's syndrome -- PART III NEUROPSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON SOME PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS -- CHAPTER SIX Depression: a neuropsychoanalytic perspective -- CHAPTER SEVEN Neuropsychoanalytic on addiction -- PART IV NEUROPSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON DREAMS -- CHAPTER EIGHT Freudian dream theory today -- CHAPTER NINE The Interpretation of Dreams and the neurosciences -- PART IV NEUROPSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON CONSCIOUSNESS -- CHAPTER TEN The "id" knows more than the "ego" admits -- CHAPTER ELEVEN A neuropsychoanalytic approach to the hard problem of consciousness -- Conclusions -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
Summary Neuropsychoanalysis is the fastest growing area within psychoanalysis, providing a bridge between "classic" psychoanalysis and the neurological sciences. This book provides an accessible introduction to the field through a selection of papers by one of its leading figures. It includes papers on the theoretical and philosophical foundations of neuropsychoanalysis, scientific papers on the brain mechanisms of dreaming and consciousness, the application of neuropsychoanalysis in psychiatry and neurology, and clinical case studies
Notes Electronic version available
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed June 30, 2015)
Subject Affective neuroscience.
Emotions -- Physiological aspects.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1782414266
9781782414261 (e-book)