By Federico Divino
Inizialmente parte del progetto "Medelogia", che intendeva interpretare in chiave psicanalitica il fenomeno della spiritualità e delle grandi filosofie orientali, Piaghe del Pensiero è forse il libro di transizione fondamentale according to introdursi al pensiero del filosofo Federico Divino. Da un lato si colloca dopo i saggi brevi "La Strada in step with Anima" e "Nel nome di Anima", che trattano con linguaggio semplice ma conciso le tematiche principali che hanno forgiato in Divino il concetto di "Psiche", dall'altro è il preludio al monumentale saggio "La Madre di Psiche" ed al trattato socio-antropologico "Mythos" dove invece il viaggio verso l'inconscio collettivo e l. a. Psyché si tinge di colori più solenni e da un rigore decisamente più accademico, in step with rivolgersi a tutti coloro che, secondo Divino, ancora accecati dalla terribile e castrante macchina accademica, si rifiutano di contribuire alla grande rivoluzione delle coscienze, necessaria in step with una reale evoluzione dell'umanità.
By Robin M. Murray, Kenneth S. Kendler, Peter McGuffin, Simon Wessely, David J. Castle
This can be a significant foreign textbook for psychiatrists and different pros operating within the box of psychological healthcare. With contributions from opinion-leaders from all over the world, this booklet will attract these in education in addition to studies execs looking a complete and updated evaluation of potent scientific perform subsidized by means of learn proof. The e-book is split into cohesive sections relocating from insurance of the instruments and talents of the alternate, via descriptions of the main psychiatric issues and directly to think about particular issues and concerns surrounding carrier association. the ultimate very important part offers a finished evaluate of remedies masking all the significant modalities. This new and entirely revised version is the single publication to supply this intensity and breadth of insurance in an obtainable, but authoritative demeanour.
By C. G. Jung
This influential 1916 number of essays, many accrued for the 1st time in English, comprises Jungs writings and letters on personality, the subconscious, early life, creativity, the occult, mysticism, somnambulism, hysteria, organization, goals (including quantity dreams), rumors, the daddy, psychoses, dementia, mental varieties, the medical foundation of psychoanalysis, New Paths in Psychology, and extra.
By Hermann Faller, Hermann Lang
Anschaulich und praxisnah bahnt Ihnen dieses vollständig neu bearbeitete Kurzlehrbuch einen Weg durch das Dickicht durch die medizinische Psychologie und Soziologie. Eng orientiert am Gegenstandskatalog (GK1) sichert es Medizinstudenten eine optimale Prüfungsvorbereitung. Kurze Absätze, starke Strukturierung, Definitionen, Merksätze, Fallberichte und kommentierte Literaturhinweise helfen zu verstehen und optimum zu lernen. Besonders interessant sind die zahlreichen Beispiele aus der klinischen Praxis. Sie geben einen faszinierenden Einblick in das menschliche Verhalten und die Komplexität der Arzt-Patienten-Beziehung: ein erster Klinik-Vorgeschmack für Vorklinik-Studenten. Studierende der Medizin und alle, die in Verantwortung für Patienten stehen, werden dieses Kurzlehrbuch schätzen.
By Ronald Miller
Lev Vygotsky has bought the prestige of 1 of the grand masters in psychology. Following the English translation and ebook of his accrued Works there was a brand new wave of curiosity in Vygotsky followed by way of a burgeoning of secondary literature. Ronald Miller argues that Vygotsky is more and more being 'read' and understood via secondary assets and that students have claimed Vygotsky because the foundational determine for his or her personal theories, removing his such a lot exact contributions and distorting his theories. Miller peels away the gathered layers of statement to supply a clearer knowing of ways Vygotsky equipped and constructed his arguments. In an in-depth research of the final 3 chapters of Vygotsky's e-book pondering and Speech, Miller presents a severe interpretation of the middle theoretical suggestions that represent Vygotsky's cultural-historical thought, together with the advance of techniques, mediation, the region of proximal improvement, wakeful expertise, internal speech, note which means and recognition.
By Otto F. Kernberg
The duty Dr. Otto Kernberg takes up within the Inseparable Nature of affection and Aggression: scientific and Theoretical views is to first distinguish, then to interrelate psychoanalytic, medical psychiatric, and neurobiological views in numerous parts, starting with critical character problems and lengthening to like, destructiveness, mourning, spirituality, and the way forward for psychoanalytic inquiry. Dr. Kernberg is popular for his paintings with borderline and narcissistic sufferers, and during this e-book, he deals new techniques to the analysis and remedy of the main critical character issues, quite the spectrum of critical narcissistic psychopathology. His attempt to narrate psychoanalytic to neurobiological findings keeps in attention-grabbing components the examine of sexual love and of spiritual adventure and he examines item family concept in terms of those phenomena. Kernberg s research of affection and aggression is either daring and nuanced and should captivate the pro psychotherapist in addition to the psychologically astute basic reader.
By Morton Hunt
Socrates, Plato, Descartes, Spinoza, Mesmer, William James, Pavlov, Freud, Piaget, Erikson, and Skinner. every one of those thinkers famous that people may perhaps research, understand, and finally advisor or effect their very own suggestion techniques, feelings, and ensuing habit. The lives and accomplishments of those pillars of psychology, expertly assembled via Morton Hunt, are set opposed to the days within which the themes lived. Hunt skillfully provides dramatic and lucid bills of the options and validity of centuries of mental study, and of the equipment and effectiveness of significant sorts of psychotherapy.
Fully revised, and incorporating the dramatic advancements of the final fifteen years, The tale of Psychology is a swish and soaking up chronicle of 1 of the nice human inquiries—the look for the real factors of our habit.