Psychoanalytic Theories: Perspectives from Developmental Psychopathology / Edition 1

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Overview

Peter Fonagy Winner of the 2010 Sigourney Award!

Psychoanalytic theory influenced many facets of 20th century culture, and shows every sign of continuing to have an impact in the 21st. However, in order to sustain this influence it has to adapt to the challenges of out current intellectual environment. This book attempts to build a bridge between psychoanalysis and a dominant perspective in modern psychiatry and psychology: developmental psychopathology. This perspective studies biological, psychological and social influences that act on individuals, shaping their pathways through life. While psychoanalytical perspectives are inherently developmental, this is often left implicit. This book highlights the developmental bases for psychoanalytical ideas, and examines their assumptions and claims in relation to observational and other data gathered within neighboring disciplines. The book reaches back to the work of Freud, and covers North American and European ideas including the Klein-Bion model, the British Object Relations tradition, the work of Kernberg and Kohut as well as modern Relational Psychoanalysis.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415934886
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/3/2003
  • Series: Whurr Series in Psychoanalysis Ser.
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 418
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Series Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 An introduction to this book and to the basic psychoanalytic model 1
1.1 Learning about psychoanalysis 1
1.2 The basic assumptions of psychoanalysis 2
1.3 The assumption of developmental continuity 5
1.4 The developmental approach to psychopathology 6
1.5 General critique of psychoanalytic theory 7
1.6 An overview of psychoanalytic theories 23
Ch. 2 Freud 31
2.1 Overview of the major shifts in Freud's model of development 31
Ch. 3 The structural approach 53
3.1 The structural approach to development 53
3.2 Structural model of developmental psychopathology 62
3.3 Criticism and evaluation 67
Ch. 4 Modifications and developments of the structural model 71
4.1 Anna Freud's developmental model 71
4.2 The Mahlerian model 88
4.3 The work of Joseph Sandler 98
Ch. 5 Introduction to object relations theory 107
5.1 The definition of object relations theory 107
5.2 Compromises between classical and object relations approaches 110
Ch. 6 The Klein-Bion model 118
6.1 The Kleinian model of development 118
6.2 Kleinian models of psychopathology 127
6.3 Evidence consistent with Kleinian formulations 132
6.4 Criticism and evaluation 134
Ch. 7 The 'Independent' school of British psychoanalysis 137
7.1 The developmental model of the British school 137
7.2 British Independent contributions to developmental psychopathology 146
7.3 Evidence consistent and inconsistent with the 'Winnicottian' model of development and psychopathology 153
7.4 Criticism and evaluation 161
Ch. 8 North American object relations theorists 165
8.1 Kohut's self-psychology 165
8.2 Kernberg's integration of the object relations and structural schools 185
Ch. 9 The interpersonal-relational approach: from Sullivan to Mitchell 204
9.1 Overview of the relationist approach 204
9.2 Evaluation of interpersonal-relational theory 224
Ch. 10 Bowlby's attachment theory model 230
10.1 Introduction to psychoanalytic approaches based in developmental research 230
10.2 Bowlby's developmental model 231
10.3 Other psychoanalytic views of Bowlby's theory 236
10.4 Empirical developments in attachment theory 237
10.5 Attachment and psychopathology 241
10.6 Psychoanalytic advances in attachment theories 249
10.7 Evaluation of attachment theory and research 253
Ch. 11 Schema theory and psychoanalysis 255
11.1 Horowitz's theory of personal schemas 255
11.2 Stern's approach 258
11.3 Ryle's cognitive analytic theory: a full implementation of the procedural model of pathology and therapy 266
Ch. 12 Fonagy and Target's model of mentalization 270
12.1 Fonagy and Target's developmental schema 270
12.2 A model of developmental pathology in Fonagy and Target's framework 278
12.3 Evaluation of the mentalization model 281
Ch. 13 On the practice of psychoanalytic theory 283
13.1 The relationship of theory and practice in psychoanalysis 283
13.2 Research on the outcome of psychoanalysis 293
Ch. 14 Conclusions and future directions 302
14.1 The promise of psychoanalysis 303
14.2 Concluding reflections 311
References 313
Index 387
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