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The process of case conceptualization in psychoanalysis has at times been described by those involved as the progressive emergence of a “logic” that can be grasped only retrospectively. However, there has been little effort to frame this phenomenon in a theoretically grounded way. In this...
All science eventually runs up against philosophical issues, and psychology is no exception. In fact, psychology, because of its subject matter, the investigation of human and animal behavior, engages philosophical questions rather quickly, especially since the cognitive revolution reengaged the...
Subjective time travel through one’s past, present, and future is in itself a dynamic process that facilitates change. Psychopathology freezes the journey into defensively repetitive patterns. Psychodynamic psychotherapy promotes the thaw, often by updating memories and revising narrative...
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