Borderline Conditions and Pathological Narcissism
Rowman & Littlefield, 1985 - 361 sayfa
"This book presents a systematic analysis of borderline conditions - their psychopathy, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. It reflects thirteen years' effort to develop a concept of this broad and vexing category of psychopathology in the light of contemporary ego psychology and psychoanalytic object relations theory." -- Preface.
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aggression analyst antisocial anxiety tolerance approach aspects behavior borderline conditions borderline patients borderline personality organization capacity Chapter character pathology character structure character traits characteristic chronic clinical conflicts constellation contrast countertransference depression devaluation distortion drive derivatives ego and superego ego boundaries ego ideal ego weakness envy experience external fantasies feelings frustration functioning grandiose gratification guilt hospital implications impulse control infantile personality instinctual intense interactions internalized object relations internalized object relationships interpretation intrapsychic introjections Kohut libidinal investment manifestations mechanisms Melanie Klein Menninger Menninger Foundation mother narcissistic patients narcissistic personality structure narcissistic resistances needs negative transference neurosis neurotic normal object images object representations oedipal omnipotence paranoid particular pathological narcissism patients present patients with borderline predominance pregenital primitive defensive operations primitive idealization prognostic projective identification Psychoanal psychoanalytic treatment psychotherapeutic psychotherapy psychotic rage reality testing reflect regression sadistic schizoid schizophrenic sexual situation splitting stressed technique therapist tion transference psychosis typical unconscious