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Early recollections : interpretative method and application

Author: Harold H Mosak; Roger Di Pietro
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2006.
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Our present and our past are manifestly intertwined. Memories are not identical simulations of the past, but are stories shaped by our current perspectives of others, the world, and ourselves. As a result, the gathering of early recollections can be used as a projective technique that indicates our strengths, goals, lines of movement, fears, and a host of other relevant psychological data. Early Recollections are a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Mosak, Harold H.
Early recollections.
New York : Routledge, 2006
(DLC) 2005028586
(OCoLC)61859768
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Harold H Mosak; Roger Di Pietro
ISBN: 9780203957028 0203957024
OCLC Number: 190852869
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 341 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1 What Are Early Recollections and What Can We Learn From Them?; Choice and Life Style; Life Style Projected Into ERs; The Function of Memory; ERs as a Projective Technique; Practicality of Using ERs; Adlerian Theory; Summary; 2 Test Administration; The Administration Procedure; Challenges of Eliciting ERs; Possible Problem #1; Possible Problem #2; Possible Problem #3; Possible Problem #4; Possible Problem #5; Summary; 3 The Headline Method; Headlines of ERs; Our Summary; The ERs of Tom. Life Style of a Famous PersonSummary; 4 The Typological Approach; First Attempts; Typologies; The Getter; The Controller; The Driver; The Person Who Must Be Right; The Person Who Must Be Superior; The Pleaser; The "Aginner"; The Victim; The Martyr; The Baby; The Inadequate Person; The Confuser; The Feeling Avoider; The Excitement Seeker; The Social Interest Type; BASIS-A and Mosak's Typologies; Merits and Cautions; Example of a Type in a Series of ERs; Summary; 5 The Life Style Convictions Approach; Series of ERs From One Person; Summary; 6 Sequential Analysis. A Walkthrough of Sequential AnalysisCase 1; Case 2; Case 3; Case 4; Summary; 7 Sample Analyses; Brief Review; Early Recollections of Travis; 8 Details in ERs; Recollections of Trivial Events; Tactile Details; Vocational Details; Omitted Details; Geographical, Location, and Positional Details; Feeling Details; Affect as Expression of a Value; Absence of Affect as a Response; Affective Detail as Revealing the Meaning of the Early Recollection; Changing Affect in ERs; The If-Then Contingency; Most Vivid Details; Color Details; Olfactory Details; Modifying Details; Metaphor Details; Summary. 9 ERs and DiagnosisIs Medical Nomenclature Appropriate for Psychological Issues?; ERs and Functional Assessments; Summary; 10 Client-Therapist Relationship; Consistency in Behavior; Case 1; The Client's Life Style; Predictions; Outcome; Case 2; Predictions; Outcome; Summary; 11 ERs in Marital Therapy; Development, Neurosis, and Marriage; "You're Better, Our Marriage Is Worse!"; Harmony and Conflicts of Personalities; Therapy or Counseling; Attraction and Conflict; Sociological Considerations; Psychoanalytic Views; Adlerian Approaches; A Case Example; "Games Married Couples Play." Marital Life Style MatchingSummary; 12 ERs and Vocation; Life Style and Vocation; Spoilt Son; Incurable Burglar; Research on ERs and Vocational Guidance; Matching ERs and Work; Summary; 13 Pre- and Postintervention ERs; Preintervention ERs of a 70-Year-Old Man; Summary of Preintervention ERs; Pre- and Postintervention ERs Compared; Prompted ERs from the Preintervention Set; Summary of Postintervention ERs; Summary; 14 Pre- and Postintervention ERs: Part II; Preintervention ERs of a Woman; Summary of the Preintervention ERs; Pre- and Postintervention ERs Compared.
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Our present and our past are manifestly intertwined. Memories are not identical simulations of the past, but are stories shaped by our current perspectives of others, the world, and ourselves. As a result, the gathering of early recollections can be used as a projective technique that indicates our strengths, goals, lines of movement, fears, and a host of other relevant psychological data. Early Recollections are a quick, accurate, and cost-effective personality assessment demonstrated to have similar reliability and validity to other personality measures. Both a comprehensive and accessible t.

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