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by Karen Horney

Download Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis ePub
  • ISBN 0393001334
  • ISBN13 978-0393001334
  • Language English
  • Author Karen Horney
  • Publisher W W Norton & Co Ltd (December 31, 1945)
  • Pages 254
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  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Psychology and Counseling
  • Size ePub 1153 kb
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Unlike Freud, Horney does not regard neurosis as rooted in instinct. In her words, her theory is constructive because "it allows us for the first time to tackle and resolve neurotic hopelessness. . . . Neurotic conflicts cannot be resolved by rational decision. . . . But [they] can be resolved by changing the conditions within the personality that brought them into being."

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?

Karen Horney - 1999 - Routledge. Alfred Adler: Problems of Neurosis: A Book of Case-Histories. Karen Horney - 1999 - Routledge. The Neurotic Personality of Our Time.

Karen Horney - 1999 - Routledge. The Neurosis of Man: An Introduction to a Science of Human Behaviour. Trigant Burrow - 1999 - Routledge. Philippe Mairet - 1999 - Routledge. New Ways in Psychoanalysis. Karen Horney - 1942 - Science and Society 6 (2):185-187. The Gestalt Theory and the Problem of Configuration. Bruno Petermann - 1933 - Mind 42 (167):382-388. Physique and Character: An Investigation of the Nature of Constitution and of the Theory.

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).

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Araath
Very, very refreshing! I have never read a psychology book which has helped me feel so "found" before. Yet, Karen Horney still has a way of leaving the "being found" up to you. If you would like to untangle some things in your life, if you would like to figure yourself out a little better, or if you just want to get a handle on the voices that you have internalized over the years, then this book is for you! But, beware, it will likely challenge you to be as honest with yourself than you have ever been. This book will not let you keep wearing "band-aids" forever, but will allow you to start on the path to true healing and authentic change. ...And to think it was written in the 1940s!
Simple fellow
This is a great book I read it years ago, just wanted my own copy for re-read
Castiel
For those of us that deal with emotional issues and are striving to better ourselves by examining our behavior and wanting to improve ourselves, this is a wonderful read and very helpful
Samulkis
This book should be read. It was awkward reading the Moving Toward chapter, because it was like looking in a mirror (though I'm not as extreme as her descriptions). This is a decent way of conceptualizing clients, and should be considered when doing so. I don't agree with all of any theory or approach to counseling, so I'll not address my disagreements with any of her presuppositions. I am a conservative Christian, so naturally I disagree with some things. But there are some really good things in this book.
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Scream_I LOVE YOU
Dr.Horney is highly readable. I use her in my hypnotherpy pratice/
Blacknight
I'm not a psychiatrist or a psychologist but I found this book quite helpful to understanding some of my inner conflicts. I reread some chapters a few times because I felt like with each re-reading, I learned something new. Would definitely recommend it to those who are interested in self-help books but aren't willing to read hundreds of pages of psychoanalytical works.
Heard about her from an Orthodox Christian podcast. Karen Horney was not Orthodox, but her ideas have similarities with some of the ideas held in the Orthodox Church regarding our lack of self-knowledge when left to our own devices. She has details about the ways we can have false ideas about ourselves. Speaks of how to grow past these false notions of self. Some chapter titles: Moving Toward People; Moving Against People; Moving Away from People; The Idealized Image; Fears; Impoverishment of Personality. The conclusion is called: Resolution of Neurotic Conflicts.