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Organization and pathology of thought : selected sources

Author: David Rapaport; Jerome Jaffe; National Institute on Drug Abuse,; Addiction Research Center (U.S.),
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 1951.
Series: Austen Riggs Center monograph, no. 1.
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The 27 articles translated from German and French which comprise this volume are extensively annotated and placed in an integrated setting considering the works of three different sources: psychology; psychiatry and psychoanalysis. The five groupings of papers are headed: Directed Thinking, Symbolism, Motivation of Thinking, Fantasy Thinking, and Pathology of Thinking. These are buttressed with an introduction and a  Read more...
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Rapaport, David.
Organization and pathology of thought.
New York : Columbia University Press, 1951
(OCoLC)568761226
Online version:
Rapaport, David.
Organization and pathology of thought.
New York : Columbia University Press, 1951
(OCoLC)598910153
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Rapaport; Jerome Jaffe; National Institute on Drug Abuse,; Addiction Research Center (U.S.),
OCLC Number: 418144
Description: xviii, 786 pages.
Contents: pt. 1. Introduction --
pt. 2. Directed thinking --
pt. 3. Symbolism --
pt. 4. Motivation of thinking --
pt. 5. Fantasy-thinking --
pt. 6. Pathology of thinking --
pt. 7. Conclusion.
Series Title: Austen Riggs Center monograph, no. 1.
Responsibility: Translation and commentary by David Rapaport.

Abstract:

The 27 articles translated from German and French which comprise this volume are extensively annotated and placed in an integrated setting considering the works of three different sources: psychology; psychiatry and psychoanalysis. The five groupings of papers are headed: Directed Thinking, Symbolism, Motivation of Thinking, Fantasy Thinking, and Pathology of Thinking. These are buttressed with an introduction and a concluding section by the editor entitled Toward a Theory of Thinking. The authors represented in this collection are N. Ach, K. Buehler, E. Claparede, K. Lewin, J. Piaget, H. Silberer, K. Schroetter, G. Roffenstein, M. Nachmansohn, S. Betlheim, H. Hartmann, W. Stekel, S. Freud, O. Fenichel, E. Bleuler, J. Varendonck, E. Kris, P. Schilder, H. Buerger-Prinz and M. Kaila. 787-item bibliography. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).

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