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By Salman Akhtar

This booklet offers effortless to learn, concise, and clinically invaluable reasons of over 1800 phrases and ideas from the sector of psychoanalysis. A historical past of every time period is incorporated in its definition and so is the identify of its originator. The try out is made to illustrate how the meanings of the time period into account may have replaced, with new connotations accruing with the passage of time and with development of data. the place indicated and attainable, the word list comprises varied views on a given concept and highlights how assorted analysts have used an identical time period for various reasons and with varied theoretical goals in brain.

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Male and female, old and young, parents and children, are all viewed as alike and indistinct from each other. The distinction between a faecal stick penis and the fertile, lifegiving penis of the father is minimized. ‘Infantile sexuality’ (see separate entry) is glorified and placed on an equal, if not higher, footing with adult, genital sexuality. All things pertaining to the anal phase are idealized, and a false emphasis upon beauty and aesthetics is then employed as a defence to hide the inner hollowness.

Their papers, along with later contributions by other analysts, including Abraham Freedman, Susan Lazar, and Normund Wong, have been put together in a comprehensive volume on the topic edited by Harvey Schwartz and Ann-Louise Silver (1990). A somber chorus of sublimated anguish, the book describes how the ‘analyst’s illness’ can pose a threat to his or her analysing capacity, get denied by both parties in the clinical dyad, stir up transference and countertransference chaos, create dilemmas around the issue of self-disclosure, and so on.

Active or passive criminal tendencies often accompany the condition, but, since criminality is not a psychological concept, these should not form the basis for the diagnosis. Antisocial tendency: Donald Winnicott’s (1956a) term for those attitudes and actions of an individual that compel the environment to be important. It is as if, by behaving in a certain manner, the individual is forcing the environment to attend to him. The ‘antisocial tendency’ invariably comprises stealing and destructiveness.

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