Our Inner Conflicts A CONSTRUCTIVE THEORY OF NEUROSIS. Thus a theory of neurosis evolved, whose dynamic center is a basic conflict between the attitudes of "moving toward," "moving against," and "moving away from" people.
Our Inner Conflicts A CONSTRUCTIVE THEORY OF NEUROSIS. Because of his fear of being split apart on the one hand and the necessity to function as a unity on the other, the neurotic makes desperate attempts at solution.
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Introduction - Pt. I. Neurotic conflicts and attempts at solution - 1. The poignancy of neurotic conflicts - 2. The basic conflict - 3. Moving toward people - 4. Moving against people - 5. Moving away from people - 6. The idealized image - 7. Externalization - 8. Auxiliary approaches to artificial harmony - Pt. II. Consequences of unresolved conflicts - 9. Fears - 10. Impoverishment of personality - 11. Hopelessness - 12. Sadistic trends - Conclusion. Resolution of neurotic conflicts.
Here Karen Horney develops a dynamic theory of neurosis centered on the basic conflict among attitudes of moving forward . Karen Horney (1885-1952) was one of the most influential psychoanalysts of the twentieth century
Here Karen Horney develops a dynamic theory of neurosis centered on the basic conflict among attitudes of moving forward moving against. Karen Horney (1885-1952) was one of the most influential psychoanalysts of the twentieth century.
Here Karen Horney develops a dynamic theory of neurosis centered on the basic conflict among attitudes of moving forward moving against, and moving away from. Our Inner Conflicts : A constructive theory of Neurosis.
Theorist Karen Horney developed a list of neurotic needs that result from . Horney's theory proposes that strategies used to cope with anxiety can be overused, causing them to take on the appearance of needs.
Theorist Karen Horney developed a list of neurotic needs that result from trying to cope with anxiety. Learn more about her theory of neurotic needs. In her book "Self-Analysis" (1942), Horney outlined her theory of neurosis, describing different types of neurotic behavior as a result of overusing coping strategies to deal with basic anxiety. These behaviors include such things as the neurotic needs for power, prestige, and affection.
I had said in The Neurotic Personality that a neurosis came about through the collision of divergent neurotic trends. In Self-Analysis I had said that neurotic. Стр. 25 If we simply' have adopted values cherished in our environment, conflicts which in our best interest should arise do not arise. If, for instance, a son has never questioned the wisdom of a narrow-minded father, there will be little conflict when the. Следующая . Где остальные материалы из этой книги?
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A constructive theory of neurosis. THIS BOOK is dedicated to the advancement of psychoanalysis. It has grown out of my experience in analytical work with my patients and with myself. W, w, norton & company, inc,. New york. While the theory it presents evolved over a period of years, it was not until I undertook the preparation of a series of lectures under the auspices of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis that my ideas finally crystallized. The first of these, centering about the technical aspects of the subject, was entitled "Problems of Psychoanalytical Technique" (1943).