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Author: Claudio Neri
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley : Jessica Kingsley, 1997.
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Group explores the processes that take place within groups from a psychoanalytical perspective. Combining his original concepts with a critique of established theories, Claudio Neri describes how  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claudio Neri
ISBN: 1853024163 9781853024160
OCLC Number: 1180874993
Contents: Preface, Parthenope Bion Talamo. Foreword, Malcolm Pines. Introduction. Historical Notes. PART ONE: ANALYTIC WORK 1. An Overall View. PART TWO: THE GROUP PROCESS 2. The Emerging Group State. The Fraternal Community Stage. 4. The Group's Common Space. 5. Genius Loci. PART THREE: THE FIELD 6. The Field. 7. Self Rrepresentation and Semiosphere. PART FOUR: GROUP THOUGHT 8. Brain Mind. 9. Characteristics of Group Thought. 10. Therapeutic Function of Group Thought. 11. Conditions for Group Thought. 12. Mimesis. 13. Oscillations between Emotions and Thought. PART FIVE: GROUP AND THE INDIVIDUAL 14. The Entry of New Members. 15. Group Experience on the Arrival of New Members. 16. The Group as Self-Object. 17. Effective Narration. 18. Transtemporal Diffusion. Appendix 1. The Group and the Psychological Mass. Appendix 2. The Transformation of the Group into an Institution. Appendix 3. Therapeutics in the Group. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
Responsibility: by Claudio Neri.


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