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Longing : psychoanalytic musings on desire

Author: Jean Petrucelli; Taylor & Francis.
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : Taylor and Francis, an imprint of Routledge, 2006.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Longing: Psychoanalytic Musings on Desire is a contemporary, interdisciplinary exploration of one of psychoanalysis's most foundational and fascinating areas of investigation. This anthology explores the vicissitudes and varieties of desire, its public and private, normative and transgressive, its light and dark expressions. It examines desire in its relational, cultural, clinical, physical, sexual and aesthetic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Petrucelli; Taylor & Francis.
ISBN: 9780429901225 0429901224 9780429929687 0429929684
OCLC Number: 1067216517
Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)
Contents: Part PART I: STALKING THE ELUSIVE MUTATIVE EXPERIENCE --
chapter 1 The enigma of the transference / Edgar A. Levenson --
part PART II: THE KEYNOTE ADDRESSES --
chapter 2 The nearness of you: Navigating selfhood, otherness, and uncertainty / Philip M. Bromberg --
chapter 3 The unconscious as a knowledge processing centre / Arnold H. Modell --
part PART III: DISSOCIATION?CLINICAL, DIAGNOSTIC, AND CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVES. FROM MURDER THROUGH ABUSE TO MASOCHISM --
chapter 4 Shooting in the spaces: Violent crime as dissociated enactment / Abby Stein --
chapter 5 Dissociative identity disorder: The abused child and the spurned diagnosis: The case of Yolanda / Sheldon Itzkowitz --
chapter 6 Dissociation and dissociative disorders: Commentary and context / Elizabeth Howell --
chapter 7 Multiple personality disorder and spirit possession: Alike, yet not alike / Elizabeth Hegeman --
chapter 8 Masochistic relating, dissociation, and the wish to rescue the loved one: A view from multiple self-state theory / Peter Lessem --
part PART IV: WHEN EXPERIENCE HAS A MIND OF ITS OWN --
chapter 9 Things that go bump in the night: Secrets after dark / Jean Petrucelli --
chapter 10 Psychoanalytic treatment of panic attacks / Mark J. Blechner --
chapter 11 On getting away with it: On the experiences we don't have / Adam Phillips --
part PART V: HOW DO WE KNOW AND HOW DOES IT CHANGE? THE ROLE OF IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT MIND/BRAIN/BODY PROCESSES --
chapter 12 The right brain implicit self: A central mechanism of the psychotherapy change process / Allan N. Schore --
chapter 13 The uncertainty principle in the psychoanalytic process / Wilma S. Bucci --
chapter 4 TEEN Implicit and explicit pathways to psychoanalytic change / James L. Fosshage --
chapter 15 Life as performance art: Right and left brain function, implicit knowing, and / Richard A. Chefetz --
chapter 6 TEEN Bridging neurobiology, cognitive science and psychoanalysis: Recent contributions to theories of therapeutic action: A discussion of Chapters 12, 13, 14 and 15 --
part PART VI: HOW BODIES ARE THEORIZED, EXHIBITED AND STRUGGLED WITH AND AGAINST: GENDER, EMBODIMENT, AND THE ANALYST'S PHYSICAL SELF --
chapter 17 Lights, camera, attachment: Female embodiment as seen through the lens of pornography / Jessica Zucker --
chapter 18 Purging as embodiment / Katie Gentile --
chapter 19 The incredible shrinking shrink / Janet Tintner --
part PART VII: I KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT YOU: WORKING WITH EXTRA-ANALYTIC KNOWLEDGE IN THE ANALYTIC DYAD IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY --
chapter 20 I know something about you / Jill Bresler --
chapter 21 Double exposure. Sightings of the analyst outside the consultation room / Barry P. Cohen --
chapter 22 Who?s afraid of Google? / Caryn Gorden --
chapter 29 degrees of separation. When real worlds collide in treatment / Susan Klebanoff --
part PART VIII: OMISSIONS OF JOY --
chapter 24 Instances of joy in psychoanalysis: Some reflections / Joseph Canarelli --
chapter 25 The underbelly of joy / Rachel Newcombe --
chapter 26 The intersubjectivity of joy / Karen Weisbard --
chapter 27 The healing power of joy: A discussion of Chapters 24, 25 and 26 / Sandra Buechler.
Responsibility: by Jean Petrucelli.

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