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Author Rizzuto, Ana-Maria
Title Dynamics of Human Aggression : Theoretical Foundations, Clinical Applications
Imprint Florence : Taylor & Francis Group, 2003
©2004
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Note Book Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Section I Toward a New View of Aggression in Analysis -- Chapter 1 Aggression in Psychoanalysis -- INTRODUCTION -- FREUD -- AGENCY IN THE DRIVES -- ECONOMIC AND DYNAMIC FACTORS -- Chapter 2 Other Theories -- CLASSICAL DRIVE THEORIES -- Freud -- Melanie Klein -- CONTEMPORARY DRIVE THEORIES -- Aggression as Primary Destructive Drive -- Aggression as Reaction to Unpleasure or Frustration -- Object Relations Views -- Intermediary Theorists-Between Drive and Object Orientations -- NEUROSCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON AGGRESSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- Chapter 3 A Case of Aggression in Analysis -- THE CASE -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS -- SUMMARY -- Section II Theoretical Perspectives -- Chapter 4 The Agent of Aggressive Action -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF AGGRESSION -- The Economic Principle and the Question of Agency -- THE SELF AND AGENCY -- Chapter 5 Aggression as Motivation -- THE DYNAMIC PRINCIPLE -- MOTIVATIONAL PRINCIPLES -- DESIRE -- MOTIVATION IN ANALYSIS -- Chapter 6 Affects and Aggression -- INTRODUCTION -- THE MEANING OF AFFECT -- INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN AFFECT AND AGGRESSION -- ANALYTIC VIEWS -- CLINICAL RELEVANCE -- AFFECT AND AGGRESSIVE ACTION -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- Chapter 7 Developmental Perspectives on -- PARENS ON AGGRESSION -- Kohut -- McDevitt -- Divergent Opinions -- WINNICOTT -- Section III Clinical Perspectives -- Chapter 8 Aggression in Phobic States -- EARLIER APPROACHES -- LITTLE HANS -- FRANKIE -- CLINICAL EXAMPLE FROM AN ADULT -- PHOBIA: A MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING ITS FORMATION -- Chapter 9 The Role of Aggression in Sadomasochism -- INTRODUCTION -- TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY THEORIES -- CLINICAL CASES -- Case I -- Case II -- Case III -- SADOMASOCHISM IN REVISED PERSPECTIVE -- Chapter 10 Aggression in the Analysis of a Male Hysteric
PRESENTING COMPLAINTS -- FAMILY BACKGROUND -- Mother -- Father -- Larry's Siblings -- THE FAMILY BABY -- THE ANALYSIS -- Analytic Themes -- AGGRESSION AND SEXUALITY -- AGGRESSION IN CAREER -- THE ANALYTIC RELATION -- Aggression in the Transference -- Aggression in the Real Relation -- Aggression in the Alliance -- TERMINATION -- Chapter 11 Intensive Psychotherapy of Aggression in a Borderline Personality -- THE PARENTS -- THE TREATMENT -- THE ROLE OF AGGRESSION -- INCORPORATIVE YEARNING -- RESOLUTION AND CONCLUSION -- AGGRESSION IN BORDERLINE ETIOLOGY -- Chapter 12 Aggression in the Analytic Process -- AGGRESSION AS A CONDITION FOR ANALYTIC WORK -- AUTONOMY AND RESPONSIBILITY -- THERAPEUTIC PROCESS -- FORMS OF PATHOLOGY -- AGGRESSION IN MAINTAINING THE ANALYTIC STANCE -- COUNTERTRANSFERENCE -- AGGRESSION AS TECHNIQUE -- Endnotes -- References -- Index
First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
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Link Print version: Rizzuto, Ana-Maria Dynamics of Human Aggression : Theoretical Foundations, Clinical Applications Florence : Taylor & Francis Group,c2003 9780415945912
Subject Aggressiveness.;Psychoanalysis
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Alt Author Meissner, W.W
Buie, Dan H
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