Bertram J. Cohler, Ph.D., is the William Rainey Harper Professor of Social Sciences. He serves on the Committee on Human Development, the Committee on General Studies in the Humanities, and is a member of the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at The University of Chicago. He is also a faculty member at The Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, Illinois.
The Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time: Clinical and Research Perspectives on Children Who Return to Treatment in Adulthoodby Jonathan Cohen
Are the effects of childhood psychoanalysis discernible in adult psychological development? The Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time demonstrates that child psychoanalysis does significantly affect adult development by presenting detailed case reports of both childhood analysis and adult psychotherapy or analysis. Providing a window into childhood and/b>… See more details below
Are the effects of childhood psychoanalysis discernible in adult psychological development? The Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time demonstrates that child psychoanalysis does significantly affect adult development by presenting detailed case reports of both childhood analysis and adult psychotherapy or analysis. Providing a window into childhood and adult lives, the book also addresses the question of how we understand issues of continuity and change within lives over time through the effectiveness of psychoanalysis. Discussion of these cases by prominent clinicians and clinician-researchers offers a contemporary perspective for understanding both clinical psychoanalysis and the study of lives over time.
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On the Psychoanalytic Study of Lives Over Time:
J. Cohen and B.J. Cohler, Psychoanalytic Studies of Lives Over Time: Children who Return to Treatment in Adulthood.
The Presentation of the Child, and Then Adult Clinical Material:
C.A. Colarusso, The Analysis of a Neurotic Boy.
C.A. Colarusso, A Child-Analytic Case Report: A 17-Year Follow-up.
K. Marschke-Tobier, The Case of Lisa: From the "Baddest Girl in the Class" to Feeling Sad and Lonely: Reflections on the Analysis of an 8-Year-Old Girl.
M. Parsons, The Search for a Good-Enough Self: From Fragmentation Toward Cohesion in a Young Adult's Second Analysis.
A.L. Rosenbaum, The Case of Charlie: The Analysis of a Child.
A.L. Rosenbaum, The Case of Charlie: Analysis During Transition to Adulthood.
The Psychoanalytic Situation and the Nature of Change:
S. Abrams, The Jennifer Correspondence: A Rhetorical Dialogue.
J.M. Herzog, Reanalysis, Multiple Pieces of Analysis: Opportunities for Patients and Analyst When Reengagement Occurs.
F. Pine, Some Thoughts on Change in Psychoanalysis.
M.A. Silverman, The Psychoanalytic Situation and the Nature of Change.
S. Weiss, Child Analysis: Its Impact on Later Development.
Perspectives on the Systematic Psychoanalytic Study of Change:
M. Target and P. Fonagy, What Changes in a Child Analysis, and How Do We Know?
R.M. Galatzer-Levy, Reanalysis and the Effectiveness of Child Analysis.
S. Tuber, Projective Testing as a Post-Hoc Predictor of Change in Psychoanalysis: The Case of Jim.
P. Cramer, Changes in Defense Mechanisms During Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: A Case Study.
Integrative and Concluding Chapters:
S. Ritvo, Double Dipping: Child Analysands Return as Young Adults.
J. Cohen and B.J. Cohler, Future Directions in the Study of Children who Return to Treatment in Adulthood.
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