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Thinking through Fairbairn : exploring the object relations model of mind

Author: Graham S Clarke
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018] ©2018
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"Thinking through Fairbairn offers parallel perspectives on Fairbairn's work. It explores an extended interpretation of his 'psychology of dynamic structure' and applies that model to a number of different areas. Fairbairn's Scottish origins are explored through his relationship with the work of Ian Suttie and Edward Glover. A new extended object relations model of phantasy and inner reality that reflects  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)967194286
Named Person: W Ronald D Fairbairn; W Ronald D Fairbairn
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Graham S Clarke
ISBN: 9780429840715 0429840713 9780429452772 0429452772
OCLC Number: 1032654852
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction: A new interpretation of Fairbairn's "psychology of dynamic structure" --
Part I: Scottish contemporaries --
Suttie's influence on Fairbairn's object relations theory --
Fairbairn and Glover: object relationships and ego-nuclei --
Part II: Multiple personality disorder --
Fairbairn's thinking on dissociative identity disorder and the development of his mature theory --
Evelyn's PhD in Wellness: a Fairbairnian understanding of the therapeutic relationship with a woman with dissociative identity disorder --
Part III: Film --
Failures of the "moral defence" in the films Shutter Island (Scorsese, 2010), Inception (Nolan, 2010), and Memento (Nolan, 2000): narcissism or schizoid personality disorder? --
Trauma, dissociation, and time distortion in some "puzzle" films --
Part IV: Relational psychoanalysis --
A modest proposal: Fairbairn's psychology of dynamic structure is not "between paradigms" but already a synthesis of classical and relational thinking --
Fairbairn's object-relations-based psychology of dynamic structure, as a synthesis of the classical (thesis) and the relational (antithesis) in psychoanalytic theory --
Part V: Instinct, affect, and neuropsychoanalysis --
The place of instincts and affects in Fairbairn's psychology of dynamic structures --
Coda --
Thinking through Fairbairn's redux.
Responsibility: Graham S. Clarke.

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"Thinking through Fairbairn offers parallel perspectives on Fairbairn's work. It explores an extended interpretation of his 'psychology of dynamic structure' and applies that model to a number of different areas. Fairbairn's Scottish origins are explored through his relationship with the work of Ian Suttie and Edward Glover. A new extended object relations model of phantasy and inner reality that reflects Fairbairn's approach as represented by his contribution to the Controversial Discussions is also developed. In cooperation with Paul Finnegan, this version of Fairbairn's model is applied to an understanding of multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder. This model is combined with Fairbairn's theory of art to provide an understanding of some 'puzzle' films based in trauma and dissociation. Fairbairn's theory is presented here as a synthesis of classical and relational approaches, and his appropriation by relational theorists as a precursor to exclusively relational approaches challenged."--

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