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A growing literature has been exploring the implications of reconciling psychoanalytic understandings of human behavior with the research findings of neuroscience. This essay proposes a new linking perspective—neurodarwinian psychoanalysis—as a way to revise the predominantly disembodied nature...
American psychoanalysis, Freudian in origin, has recently developed in multiple directions among different groups in the current theoretical and clinical pluralistic atmosphere. The history of the effort to exclude new ideas is briefly reviewed. A survey of a group of leading analysts...
The author regards this lecture-event as a symbol of the rapprochements currently in process, brought about by the need to close ranks due to a period of theoretical fragmentation and decline. Just as the original breakthrough of psychoanalysis a century ago was its theory of understanding, the...
The etiology of the Autistic Spectrum Disorders is discussed with a focus on Asperger's disorder. The manifestation of the triad of social impairment, communication impairment, and restricted repetitive behaviors and interests is discussed in terms of the various symptom phenotypes comprising...
The clinical management of borderline personality disorder (BPD) commonly employs treatments administered in different settings by different clinicians (e.g., individual psychotherapy and drug prescriptions, or individual and group psychotherapies). The general consensus of clinicians on the...
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