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Psychotherapeutic Strategies in the Latency Years. - Sarnoff, Charles A.
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1987, ISBN: 0876689365

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[EAN: 9780876689363], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [SC: 3.0], [PU: J. Aronson,], KINDERPSYCHOLOGIE, Medical|General, Psychology & Psychiatry|Psychotherapy|General, XXII; 374 S. Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten, Anstreichungen im Text. - Introduction - Part I Understanding Latency - The Developmental Period - Sexual Development - Ego Structure - Freud and Latency - Current Concepts of Latency - Clinical Findings - Normal and Pathological Development - Defensive Structures in Latency-Age Children - Typical Fantasy Contents of the Latency Period - Defense against Fantasies in the Latency Period - Cognitive Development - Sexual Development - The Development of Conscience - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Psychoses - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Neuroses - Depression - Part II Psychotherapy - Assessment - Normalcy - The Nature of Latency - The Symbolizing Function Superego Function - Parents and Assessment - The Spectrum of Normal Latency - The Latency-Age Period in Primitive Societies - Clinical Aspects of Assessment - Zones of Assessment for Normalcy - Zones of Assessment for Pathology - Interviewing the Parent - The Direct Interview with the Child - Educational Testing - Outside Data - Psychotherapeutic Techniques - Background - The Theory of Child Psychotherapy - Acceptable and Normal Behavior - The Structure of Latency - The Application of Latency Theory to Therapy - The Hows and Whys of Equipping a Playroom - The Qualities of the Therapist - Effective Therapeutic Techniques - Judging Therapeutic Progress - Children Who Destroy the Playroom - Interferences with the Therapeutic Process - Termination in Child Psychotherapy - Part III Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Specific Contexts - Phobias - Definitions - The Implications of Latency-Age Phobias - The Role of the Therapist - The Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Phobia - Phobic Reactions of Late Latency - Depression Heuristic Axioms - Clinical Manifestations of Depression Diagnosing Depression in the Absence of Depressive Affect Reconstructing the Antecedents of Depression Depressive States during Infancy Depression during Latency The Aggressive Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Impact of Regression, the Mechanisms of Restraint The Latency Years as a Period of Emotional Imprinting Maturational Vicissitudes of the Superego The Underpinnings of Masochism in Latency-Age Children - The Sexual Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Early Years - Areas for the Displaced Discharge of the Sexual Drive - The Toddler Years - The Latency Years - Adolescence - Developmental Considerations in the Psychotherapy of Latency-Age Children - Forms of Free Association in Childhood Developmental Aspects of Memory Function Clinical Applications - Memory and Fantasy in the Psychotherapy of the Latency-Age Child - The Role of Fantasy in the Psychic Life of the Child - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery Clinical Examples - Part IV Latency Experience and Later Life - The Role of the Parents - The Father and Cognition in Latency - Boy/Girl Differences - Father/Mother Differences - The Contribution of the Parents to Self-image - Character Development and Superego Formation - The Concept of Character - Character in Childhood Versus Adult Character Superego Formation and Character Reflective Self-Awareness - Psychotherapy and Personality Change - Self-Reflective Awareness - Abstract Conceptual Memory - Behavioral Constancy - Therapeutic Result or the Product of Maturation? Distinguishing Characteristics of Child Therapy Future Planning Evolves Latency and Adult Sublimation. ISBN 0876689365 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.

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Psychotherapeutic Strategies in the Latency Years. - gebrauchtes Buch

1987, ISBN: 0876689365

ID: 6679458488

[EAN: 9780876689363], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: J. Aronson,], KINDERPSYCHOLOGIE, Medical|General, Psychology & Psychiatry|Psychotherapy|General, XXII; 374 S. Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten, Anstreichungen im Text. - Introduction - Part I Understanding Latency - The Developmental Period - Sexual Development - Ego Structure - Freud and Latency - Current Concepts of Latency - Clinical Findings - Normal and Pathological Development - Defensive Structures in Latency-Age Children - Typical Fantasy Contents of the Latency Period - Defense against Fantasies in the Latency Period - Cognitive Development - Sexual Development - The Development of Conscience - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Psychoses - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Neuroses - Depression - Part II Psychotherapy - Assessment - Normalcy - The Nature of Latency - The Symbolizing Function Superego Function - Parents and Assessment - The Spectrum of Normal Latency - The Latency-Age Period in Primitive Societies - Clinical Aspects of Assessment - Zones of Assessment for Normalcy - Zones of Assessment for Pathology - Interviewing the Parent - The Direct Interview with the Child - Educational Testing - Outside Data - Psychotherapeutic Techniques - Background - The Theory of Child Psychotherapy - Acceptable and Normal Behavior - The Structure of Latency - The Application of Latency Theory to Therapy - The Hows and Whys of Equipping a Playroom - The Qualities of the Therapist - Effective Therapeutic Techniques - Judging Therapeutic Progress - Children Who Destroy the Playroom - Interferences with the Therapeutic Process - Termination in Child Psychotherapy - Part III Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Specific Contexts - Phobias - Definitions - The Implications of Latency-Age Phobias - The Role of the Therapist - The Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Phobia - Phobic Reactions of Late Latency - Depression Heuristic Axioms - Clinical Manifestations of Depression Diagnosing Depression in the Absence of Depressive Affect Reconstructing the Antecedents of Depression Depressive States during Infancy Depression during Latency The Aggressive Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Impact of Regression, the Mechanisms of Restraint The Latency Years as a Period of Emotional Imprinting Maturational Vicissitudes of the Superego The Underpinnings of Masochism in Latency-Age Children - The Sexual Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Early Years - Areas for the Displaced Discharge of the Sexual Drive - The Toddler Years - The Latency Years - Adolescence - Developmental Considerations in the Psychotherapy of Latency-Age Children - Forms of Free Association in Childhood Developmental Aspects of Memory Function Clinical Applications - Memory and Fantasy in the Psychotherapy of the Latency-Age Child - The Role of Fantasy in the Psychic Life of the Child - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery Clinical Examples - Part IV Latency Experience and Later Life - The Role of the Parents - The Father and Cognition in Latency - Boy/Girl Differences - Father/Mother Differences - The Contribution of the Parents to Self-image - Character Development and Superego Formation - The Concept of Character - Character in Childhood Versus Adult Character Superego Formation and Character Reflective Self-Awareness - Psychotherapy and Personality Change - Self-Reflective Awareness - Abstract Conceptual Memory - Behavioral Constancy - Therapeutic Result or the Product of Maturation? Distinguishing Characteristics of Child Therapy Future Planning Evolves Latency and Adult Sublimation. ISBN 0876689365 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.

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Psychotherapeutic Strategies in the Latency Years. - gebrauchtes Buch

1987

ISBN: 0876689365

ID: 980670

XXII; 374 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten, Anstreichungen im Text. - Introduction - Part I Understanding Latency - The Developmental Period - Sexual Development - Ego Structure - Freud and Latency - Current Concepts of Latency - Clinical Findings - Normal and Pathological Development - Defensive Structures in Latency-Age Children - Typical Fantasy Contents of the Latency Period - Defense against Fantasies in the Latency Period - Cognitive Development - Sexual Development - The Development of Conscience - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Psychoses - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Neuroses - Depression - Part II Psychotherapy - Assessment - Normalcy - The Nature of Latency - The Symbolizing Function Superego Function - Parents and Assessment - The Spectrum of Normal Latency - The Latency-Age Period in Primitive Societies - Clinical Aspects of Assessment - Zones of Assessment for Normalcy - Zones of Assessment for Pathology - Interviewing the Parent - The Direct Interview with the Child - Educational Testing - Outside Data - Psychotherapeutic Techniques - Background - The Theory of Child Psychotherapy - Acceptable and Normal Behavior - The Structure of Latency - The Application of Latency Theory to Therapy - The Hows and Whys of Equipping a Playroom - The Qualities of the Therapist - Effective Therapeutic Techniques - Judging Therapeutic Progress - Children Who Destroy the Playroom - Interferences with the Therapeutic Process - Termination in Child Psychotherapy - Part III Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Specific Contexts - Phobias - Definitions - The Implications of Latency-Age Phobias - The Role of the Therapist - The Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Phobia - Phobic Reactions of Late Latency - Depression Heuristic Axioms - Clinical Manifestations of Depression Diagnosing Depression in the Absence of Depressive Affect Reconstructing the Antecedents of Depression Depressive States during Infancy Depression during Latency The Aggressive Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Impact of Regression, the Mechanisms of Restraint The Latency Years as a Period of Emotional Imprinting Maturational Vicissitudes of the Superego The Underpinnings of Masochism in Latency-Age Children - The Sexual Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Early Years - Areas for the Displaced Discharge of the Sexual Drive - The Toddler Years - The Latency Years - Adolescence - Developmental Considerations in the Psychotherapy of Latency-Age Children - Forms of Free Association in Childhood Developmental Aspects of Memory Function Clinical Applications - Memory and Fantasy in the Psychotherapy of the Latency-Age Child - The Role of Fantasy in the Psychic Life of the Child - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery Clinical Examples - Part IV Latency Experience and Later Life - The Role of the Parents - The Father and Cognition in Latency - Boy/Girl Differences - Father/Mother Differences - The Contribution of the Parents to Self-image - Character Development and Superego Formation - The Concept of Character - Character in Childhood Versus Adult Character Superego Formation and Character Reflective Self-Awareness - Psychotherapy and Personality Change - Self-Reflective Awareness - Abstract Conceptual Memory - Behavioral Constancy - Therapeutic Result or the Product of Maturation? Distinguishing Characteristics of Child Therapy Future Planning Evolves Latency and Adult Sublimation. ISBN 0876689365 Versand D: 3,00 EUR Kinderpsychologie, [PU:J. Aronson,]

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J, Aronson, XXII; 374 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten, Anstreichungen im Text. - Introduction - Part I Understanding Latency - The Developmental Period - Sexual Development - Ego Structure - Freud and Latency - Current Concepts of Latency - Clinical Findings - Normal and Pathological Development - Defensive Structures in Latency-Age Children - Typical Fantasy Contents of the Latency Period - Defense against Fantasies in the Latency Period - Cognitive Development - Sexual Development - The Development of Conscience - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Psychoses - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Neuroses - Depression - Part II Psychotherapy - Assessment - Normalcy - The Nature of Latency - The Symbolizing Function Superego Function - Parents and Assessment - The Spectrum of Normal Latency - The Latency-Age Period in Primitive Societies - Clinical Aspects of Assessment - Zones of Assessment for Normalcy - Zones of Assessment for Pathology - Interviewing the Parent - The Direct Interview with the Child - Educational Testing - Outside Data - Psychotherapeutic Techniques - Background - The Theory of Child Psychotherapy - Acceptable and Normal Behavior - The Structure of Latency - The Application of Latency Theory to Therapy - The Hows and Whys of Equipping a Playroom - The Qualities of the Therapist - Effective Therapeutic Techniques - Judging Therapeutic Progress - Children Who Destroy the Playroom - Interferences with the Therapeutic Process - Termination in Child Psychotherapy - Part III Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Specific Contexts - Phobias - Definitions - The Implications of Latency-Age Phobias - The Role of the Therapist - The Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Phobia - Phobic Reactions of Late Latency - Depression Heuristic Axioms - Clinical Manifestations of Depression Diagnosing Depression in the Absence of Depressive Affect Reconstructing the Antecedents of Depression Depressive States during Infancy Depression during Latency The Aggressive Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Impact of Regression, the Mechanisms of Restraint The Latency Years as a Period of Emotional Imprinting Maturational Vicissitudes of the Superego The Underpinnings of Masochism in Latency-Age Children - The Sexual Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Early Years - Areas for the Displaced Discharge of the Sexual Drive - The Toddler Years - The Latency Years - Adolescence - Developmental Considerations in the Psychotherapy of Latency-Age Children - Forms of Free Association in Childhood Developmental Aspects of Memory Function Clinical Applications - Memory and Fantasy in the Psychotherapy of the Latency-Age Child - The Role of Fantasy in the Psychic Life of the Child - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery Clinical Examples - Part IV Latency Experience and Later Life - The Role of the Parents - The Father and Cognition in Latency - Boy/Girl Differences - Father/Mother Differences - The Contribution of the Parents to Self-image - Character Development and Superego Formation - The Concept of Character - Character in Childhood Versus Adult Character Superego Formation and Character Reflective Self-Awareness - Psychotherapy and Personality Change - Self-Reflective Awareness - Abstract Conceptual Memory - Behavioral Constancy - Therapeutic Result or the Product of Maturation? Distinguishing Characteristics of Child Therapy Future Planning Evolves Latency and Adult Sublimation. ISBN 0876689365Psychologie [Kinderpsychologie] 1987

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[PU: J. Aronson], XXII 374 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag.Gebraucht, aber gut erhalten, Anstreichungen im Text. - Introduction - Part I Understanding Latency - The Developmental Period - Sexual Development - Ego Structure - Freud and Latency - Current Concepts of Latency - Clinical Findings - Normal and Pathological Development - Defensive Structures in Latency-Age Children - Typical Fantasy Contents of the Latency Period - Defense against Fantasies in the Latency Period - Cognitive Development - Sexual Development - The Development of Conscience - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Psychoses - Psychopathology in the Latency-Age Period: Neuroses - Depression - Part II Psychotherapy - Assessment - Normalcy - The Nature of Latency - The Symbolizing Function Superego Function - Parents and Assessment - The Spectrum of Normal Latency - The Latency-Age Period in Primitive Societies - Clinical Aspects of Assessment - Zones of Assessment for Normalcy - Zones of Assessment for Pathology - Interviewing the Parent - The Direct Interview with the Child - Educational Testing - Outside Data - Psychotherapeutic Techniques - Background - The Theory of Child Psychotherapy - Acceptable and Normal Behavior - The Structure of Latency - The Application of Latency Theory to Therapy - The Hows and Whys of Equipping a Playroom - The Qualities of the Therapist - Effective Therapeutic Techniques - Judging Therapeutic Progress - Children Who Destroy the Playroom - Interferences with the Therapeutic Process - Termination in Child Psychotherapy - Part III Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Specific Contexts - Phobias - Definitions - The Implications of Latency-Age Phobias - The Role of the Therapist - The Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Phobia - Phobic Reactions of Late Latency - Depression Heuristic Axioms - Clinical Manifestations of Depression Diagnosing Depression in the Absence of Depressive Affect Reconstructing the Antecedents of Depression Depressive States during Infancy Depression during Latency The Aggressive Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Impact of Regression, the Mechanisms of Restraint The Latency Years as a Period of Emotional Imprinting Maturational Vicissitudes of the Superego The Underpinnings of Masochism in Latency-Age Children - The Sexual Drive and Its Vicissitudes - The Early Years - Areas for the Displaced Discharge of the Sexual Drive - The Toddler Years - The Latency Years - Adolescence - Developmental Considerations in the Psychotherapy of Latency-Age Children - Forms of Free Association in Childhood Developmental Aspects of Memory Function Clinical Applications - Memory and Fantasy in the Psychotherapy of the Latency-Age Child - The Role of Fantasy in the Psychic Life of the Child - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery - Repetition Compulsion and Reparative Mastery Clinical Examples - Part IV Latency Experience and Later Life - The Role of the Parents - The Father and Cognition in Latency - Boy/Girl Differences - Father/Mother Differences - The Contribution of the Parents to Self-image - Character Development and Superego Formation - The Concept of Character - Character in Childhood Versus Adult Character Superego Formation and Character Reflective Self-Awareness - Psychotherapy and Personality Change - Self-Reflective Awareness - Abstract Conceptual Memory - Behavioral Constancy - Therapeutic Result or the Product of Maturation? Distinguishing Characteristics of Child Therapy Future Planning Evolves Latency and Adult Sublimation. ISBN 0876689365, [SC: 2.00]

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Psychotherapeutic Strategies I
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Sarnoff, Charles

Titel:

Psychotherapeutic Strategies I

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9780876689363

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780876689363
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0876689365
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1977
Herausgeber: JASON ARONSON INC
374 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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