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Title The Significance of Dreams : Bridging Clinical and Extraclinical Research in Psychoanalysis / edited by Peter Fonagy [and others]
Published London : Karnac Books, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (337 pages)
Series Developments in psychoanalysis series ; vol. 6
Developments in psychoanalysis series ; vol. 6
Contents COVER; CONTENTS; ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; SERIES EDITORS' PREFACE; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; PART I CLINICAL RESEARCH ON DREAMS; CHAPTER ONE The re-awakening of psychoanalytic theories of dreams and dreaming; CHAPTER TWO Dreams and play in child analysis today; CHAPTER THREE The manifest dream is the real dream: the changing relationship between theory and practice in the interpretation of dreams; CHAPTER FOUR Changes in dreams--from a psychoanalysis with a traumatised, chronic depressed patient; PART II EXTRACLINICAL RESEARCH ON DREAMS
CHAPTER FIFTEEN Orders of the imaginary--Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams and the literature of classical modernityINDEX
CHAPTER FIVE Dreams as subject of psychoanalytical treatment researchCHAPTER SIX The work at the gate--discussion of the papers of Juan Pablo Jimenez and Horst K├Ąchele; PART III CONCEPTUAL INTEGRATIONS; CHAPTER SEVEN When theories touch: an attempted integration and reformulation of dream theory; CHAPTER EIGHT "It's only a dream": physiological and developmental contributions to the feeling of reality; CHAPTER NINE Discussion of Steven J. Ellman's and Lissa Weinstein's chapters; PART IV CLINICAL AND EXTRACLINICAL RESEARCH IN ONGOING PROJECTS AND DREAMS IN MODERN LITERATURE
CHAPTER TEN Changes in dreams of chronic depressed patients: the Frankfurt fMRI/EEG study (FRED)CHAPTER ELEVEN Traumatic dreams: symbolisation gone astray; CHAPTER TWELVE Communicative functions of dream telling; CHAPTER THIRTEEN ADHD--illness or symptomaticindicator for trauma? A case study from the therapy comparison study on hyperactive children at the Sigmund Freud Institute, Frankfurt; CHAPTER FOURTEEN No intermediate space for dreaming? Findings of the EVA study with children at risk; PART V DREAMS IN MODERN LITERATURE
Summary This book looks at dreams from a twenty-first century perspective. It takes its inspiration from Freud's insights, but pursues psychoanalytic interest into both neuroscience and the modern psychoanalytic consulting room. The book looks at laboratory research on dreaming alongside the modern clinical use of dreams and links together clinical and empirical research, integrating classical ideas with the plurality of psychoanalytic theoretical constructs available to modern researchers. Psychoanalysts writing about dreams have traditionally represented the cutting edge of clinical and theoretical d
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Dreams -- psychology.
Dreams -- Physiological aspects.
Dreams -- Physiological aspects.
SELF-HELP -- Dreams.
Form Electronic book
Author Fonagy, Peter
ISBN 1280125705