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Psychotherapeutic Strategies in the Latency Years. - Sarnoff, Charles A.
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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 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. 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 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. 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: OR24425259 (980670)

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 Psychologie [Kinderpsychologie] 1987 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.

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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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Psychotherapeutic Strategies in the Latency Years. - gebrauchtes Buch

1987, ISBN: 0876689365

ID: OR24425259 (980670)

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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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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