Psychoanalytic Theories : Perspectives from Developmental Psychopathology

Psychoanalytic Theories : Perspectives from Developmental Psychopathology

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Table of Contents

Series Foreword                                    xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgements xv
An introduction to this book and to the 1 (30)
basic psychoanalytic model
Learning about psychoanalysis 1 (1)
The basic assumptions of psychoanalysis 2 (3)
The assumption of developmental continuity 5 (1)
The developmental approach to 6 (1)
psychopathology
General critiques of psychoanalytic theory 7 (16)
The evidential basis of theories 8 (2)
The assumption of uniformity 10 (1)
Alternative psychoanalytic accounts 11 (1)
The stance toward the environment 11 (2)
Issues of gender: the feminist critique 13 (6)
Lack of specificity 19 (1)
The weakness of the developmental 20 (1)
perspective
Trauma, reconstruction, memories and 21 (2)
fantasies
An overview of psychoanalytic theories 23 (8)
Freud 31 (22)
Overview of the major shifts in Freud's 31 (22)
model of development
First phase: the affect-trauma model 33 (1)
Second phase: the topographical model 34 (1)
The three systems of the mind 34 (2)
Psychosexual development 36 (4)
Theory of neurosis 40 (1)
Third phase: structural model 41 (1)
Structures of the mind 41 (3)
Defense mechanisms 44 (2)
The theory of neurosis 46 (2)
Criticism and evaluation 48 (5)
The structural approach 53 (18)
The structural approach to development 53 (9)
Hartmann's ego psychology model 53 (4)
Psychic development within the 57 (1)
structural model
Erikson 57 (2)
Spitz 59 (1)
Jacobson 60 (1)
Loewald 61 (1)
Structural model of developmental 62 (5)
psychopathology
General features of the model 62 (1)
The structural model of the neurosis 63 (1)
The structural theory of personality 64 (1)
disorder
Model of borderline personality disorder 65 (1)
Structural theory of antisocial 66 (1)
personality disorder
Structural model of the psychoses 67 (1)
Criticism and evaluation 67 (4)
Modifications and developments of the 71 (36)
structural model
Anna Freud's developmental model 71 (17)
Developmental lines and other 72 (5)
developmental concepts
Anna Freudian views of developmental 77 (1)
psychopathology
General features of the model 77 (2)
An Anna Freudian model of anxiety 79 (2)
The notion of developmental disharmonies 81 (1)
Anna Freudian model of severe 82 (3)
personality disorders
Evaluation 85 (3)
The Mahlerian model 88 (10)
Margaret Mahler's developmental model 88 (3)
Separation-individuation and 91 (3)
psychopathology
Empirical evidence for Mahler's 94 (2)
developmental model
Criticism and evaluation 96 (2)
The work of Joseph Sandler 98 (9)
Advances in developmental theory 98 (1)
The representational world and the 98 (1)
representation of affects
The concept of feeling states 99 (1)
Actualization, role responsiveness and 100 (1)
internal object relations
The three-box model 101 (1)
Sandler's models of psychological 102 (1)
disorders
Neurotic disorders: obsession, 102 (1)
depression and trauma
Primitive mechanisms: projective 103 (1)
identification
Criticism and evaluation 104 (3)
Introduction to object relations theory 107 (11)
The definition of object relations theory 107 (3)
Compromises between classical and object 110 (8)
relations approaches
A French approach to psychoanalytic 111 (4)
theory: the example of the work of
Andre Green
Criticism and evaluation 115 (3)
The Klein-Bion model 118 (19)
The Kleinian model of development 118 (9)
General characteristics of the model 118 (1)
The two basic positions 119 (2)
The concept of projective 121 (3)
identification and other developmental
concepts
The place of experience in Klein's model 124 (1)
The London Kleinians 125 (2)
Kleinian models of psychopathology 127 (5)
General models of pathology 127 (1)
Models of neurotic conditions 128 (1)
Rosenfeld's developmental model of 129 (1)
narcissism
Models of borderline conditions 130 (2)
Evidence consistent with Kleinian 132 (2)
formulations
Criticism and evaluation 134 (3)
The `Independent' school of British 137 (28)
psychoanalysis
The developmental model of the British 137 (9)
school
Overview of the British school 137 (1)
The developmental contributions of the 138 (8)
Independent Group
British Independent contributions to 146 (7)
developmental psychopathology
General views of psychopathology 146 (1)
Schizoid and antisocial personality 147 (2)
disorder
Borderline personality disorder 149 (4)
Evidence consistent and inconsistent with 153 (8)
the `Winnicottian' model of development
and psychopathology
Criticism and evaluation 161 (4)
North American object relations theorists 165 (39)
Kohut's self-psychology 165 (20)
Developmental theory 165 (5)
Kohut's model of developmental 170 (1)
psychopathology
General model of pathology 170 (1)
Narcissistic personality disorder 171 (3)
Other disorders 174 (3)
Evidence consistent with the concept of 177 (5)
self-development and mastery
Critical appraisal of Kohut's model 182 (3)
Kernberg's integration of the object 185 (19)
relations and structural schools
Kernberg's developmental theory 185 (3)
Kernberg's model of developmental 188 (1)
psychopathology
Kernberg's framework of pathology 188 (3)
Kernberg's model of narcissistic 191 (3)
personality disorder
Kernberg's model of borderline 194 (4)
personality disorder
Evidence consistent with Kernberg's 198 (3)
formulations
Evaluation of Kernberg's model 201 (3)
The interpersonal-relational approach: from 204 (26)
Sullivan to Mitchell
Overview of the relationist approach 204 (20)
Sullivan's model of personality 206 (5)
development and the interpersonalist
approach
Mitchell's relational model and the 211 (6)
psychoanalytic relational school
Relational views of psychopathology and 217 (7)
its treatment
Evaluation of interpersonal-relational 224 (6)
theory
Evaluation of the approach 224 (3)
Critiques of relational thought 227 (3)
Bowlby's attachment theory model 230 (25)
Introduction to psychoanalytic approaches 230 (1)
based in developmental research
Bowlby's developmental model 231 (5)
Other psychoanalytic views of Bowlby's 236 (1)
theory
Empirical developments in attachment 237 (4)
theory
Patterns of attachment in infancy 237 (1)
The attachment system as a determinant 238 (3)
of interpersonal relationships
Attachment and psychopathology 241 (8)
The disorganization of attachment 244 (2)
Pathways from infancy to adult pathology 246 (3)
Psychoanalytic advances in attachment 249 (4)
theories
Evaluation of attachment theory and 253 (2)
research
Schema theory and psychoanalysis 255 (15)
Horowitz's theory of personal schemas 255 (3)
Stern's approach 258 (8)
Ryle's cognitive analytic therapy: a full 266 (4)
implementation of the procedural model of
pathology and therapy
Fonagy and Target's model of mentalization 270 (13)
Fonagy and Target's developmental schema 270 (8)
A model of developmental pathology in 278 (3)
Fonagy and Target's framework
Evaluation of the mentalization model 281 (2)
On the practice of psychoanalytic theory 283 (19)
The relationship of theory and practice 283 (10)
in psychoanalysis
Psychodynamic clinical practice is not 284 (3)
logically deducible from any
psychoanalytic clinical theory
Inductive rather than deductive 287 (2)
reasoning is used in relation to
clinical material
The ambiguous use of terms 289 (1)
Allowing clinical observations to be 290 (1)
shared and tested
The nature of the relationship between 290 (2)
theory and practice
The generation of theory from 292 (1)
psychodynamic work
Research on the outcome of psychoanalysis 293 (9)
The evidence base of psychoanalytic 295 (4)
treatment
The need for a methodology 299 (2)
The hope of a future 301 (1)
Conclusions and future directions 302 (11)
The promise of psychoanalysis 303 (8)
The challenge of genetics 303 (2)
Unconscious intentionality 305 (1)
Unconscious motivation 306 (2)
Early childhood experience 308 (1)
Mental representations and object 309 (1)
relationships
The particular strengths of 310 (1)
psychoanalytic models
Concluding reflections 311 (2)
References 313 (74)
Index 387