Developmental Science and Psychoanalysis: Integration and Innovation [NOOK Book]

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As a discipline, psychoanalysis began at the interface of mind and brain and has always been about those most basic questions of biology and psychology: loving, hating, what brings us together as lovers, parents and friends and what pulls us apart in conflict and hatred. These are the enduring mysteries of life and especially of early development how young children learn the language of the social world with its intertwined biological, genetic, and experiential roots and how infants translate thousands of ...
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As a discipline, psychoanalysis began at the interface of mind and brain and has always been about those most basic questions of biology and psychology: loving, hating, what brings us together as lovers, parents and friends and what pulls us apart in conflict and hatred. These are the enduring mysteries of life and especially of early development how young children learn the language of the social world with its intertwined biological, genetic, and experiential roots and how infants translate thousands of intimate moments with their parents into a genuine, intuitive, emotional connection to other persons. Developmental neuroscience and psychology has also of late turned to these basic questions of affiliation; the challenges before us are how to facilitate open discourse and collaborations among these perspectives and practitioners that often work at very different levels of discourse. This volume is not only a first step in that process but also, through the themes of the chapters and the pairing of discussants, a beginning illustration of how the cross-disciplinary discourse might work.
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Peter Fonagy is Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis and Director of the Sub-Department of Clinical Health Psychology at University College London. He is Chief Executive of the Anna Freud Centre, London. He is a clinical psychologist and a training and supervising analyst in the British Psychoanalytical Society in child and adult analysis. He has published over 200 chapters and articles and has authored or edited several books.

Linda C. Mayes is the Arnold Gesell Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology, Yale Child Study Center. Dr. Mayes is also the chair of the directorial team of the Anna Freud Centre, London.

Mary Target PhD is Professor of Psychoanalysis at University College London, and Professional Director of the Anna Freud Centre, London. She is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Yale University School of Medicine. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, and maintains a half-time adult psychoanalytic practice.

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Table of Contents


Acknowledgements     ix
Series Foreword     xi
About the Editors and Contributors     xv
Introduction   Linda C. Mayes   Peter Fonagy   Mary Target     1
Embodied psychoanalysis? Or, on the confluence of psychodynamic theory and developmental science   Ami Klin   Warren Jones     5
Commentary   Peter Fonagy     39
The social construction of the subjective self: the role of affect-mirroring, markedness, and ostensive communication in self-development   Gyorgy Gergely     45
Commentary   James F. Leckman     83
Primary parental preoccupation: revisited   James F. Leckman   Ruth Feldman   James E. Swain   Linda C. Mayes     89
Commentary   David R. Shanks     109
Exploring the neurobiology of attachment   Lane Strathearn     117
Commentary   Arietta Slade     131
The Interpretation of Dreams and the neurosciences   Mark Solms     141
Commentary   Linda C. Mayes     154
In the best interests of the late-placed child: a report from the Attachment Representations and Adoption Outcome study   Miriam Steele   Kay Idenderson   Jill Hodges   Jeanne Kaniuk   Saul Hillman   Howard Steele     159
Commentary   Arietta Slade     183
Child psychotherapy research: issues and opportunities   Alan E. Kazdin     193
Commentary   Jonathan Hill     218
Effectiveness of psychotherapy in the "real world": the case of youth depression   V. Robin Weersing     225
Commentary   Mary Target     240
Controlling the random, or who controls whom in the randomized controlled trial?   Anthony W. Bateman     247
Commentary   Steven R. Marans     262
Psychoanalytic responses to violent trauma: the Child Development-Community Policing partnership   Steven R. Marans     267
Commentary   Efrain Bleiberg     289
Multi-contextual multiple family therapy   Eia Asen     293
Commentary Robert A. King     308
Towards a typology of late adolescent suicide   Robert A. King   Alan Apter   Ada Zohar     313
Commentary   Duncan J. McLean     325
References     331
Index     387
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