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Mapping psychic reality : triangulation, communication and insight, edited by James Rose, (electronic resource)

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Mapping psychic reality : triangulation, communication and insight
Title
Mapping psychic reality
Title remainder
triangulation, communication and insight
Statement of responsibility
edited by James Rose
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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BTCTA
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1946-
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Rose, James
Dewey number
150.19/5
LC call number
BD418.3
LC item number
.R76 2011
Series statement
Psychoanalytic ideas
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  • Philosophy of mind
  • Subjectivity
  • Concepts
  • Intersubjectivity
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Psychotherapy
  • Concepts
  • Intersubjectivity
  • Philosophy of mind
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Psychotherapy
  • Subjectivity
Summary expansion
This book is about how we can deepen our understanding of subjectivity through the use of the concept of triangulation. Fundamentally, this book seeks to address the question of how we can be objective about subjectivity. If psychology, as a scientific discipline, is concerned with the study of human experience, which is essentially subjective, then we are faced with the problem of how to apply the scientific method as it is commonly understood. If experience is essentially unique to the experiencer, then there seems to be a basic incompatibility with the scientific method. As currently practiced, this method searches for psychic phenomena which can be validly measured. But this does not enable us to examine individual experience. An individual's experience seems to become impenetrable because generalization across different individuals' experience entails the loss of individuality in the generalization. Thus, in using the scientific method as it usually understood, we lose the very matter we are trying to study. This leaves us with the question of how we are going to advance our inquiry?
Label
Mapping psychic reality : triangulation, communication and insight, edited by James Rose, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I TRIANGULATION, COMMUNICATION, AND INSIGHT -- Introduction -- ch. One Experimental psychology and psychoanalysis: what we can learn from a century of misunderstanding / Paul Whittle -- ch. Two The third: a brief historical analysis of an idea / Charles M.T. Hanly -- ch. Three Triangulation, one's own mind, and objectivity / Marcia Cavell -- ch. Four Subjectivity, objectivity, and triangular space / Ronald Britton -- pt. II TRIANGULATION IN THE TEMPORAL DIMENSION -- Introduction -- ch. Five Consultation or assessment: engagement and treatment decisions in psychotherapy with young people in a community-based setting / James S. Rose -- ch. Six Is twice a week enough? Thinking about the number of sessions per week as a determinant of the intensity of psychoanalytic psychotherapy / James S. Rose -- pt. III TRIANGULATION IN THE PSYCHOANALYTIC SETTING -- Introduction -- ch. Seven Distortions of time in the transference: some clinical and theoretical implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Eight Symbols and their function in managing the anxiety of change: an intersubjective approach / James S. Rose -- ch. Nine The presence of absence in the transference: some clinical, countertransference, and metapsychological implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Ten Couples, doubles, and absence: some thoughts on the psychoanalytical process considered as a learning system / James S. Rose -- pt. IV SOME METAPSYCHOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS AND SOME TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I TRIANGULATION, COMMUNICATION, AND INSIGHT -- Introduction -- ch. One Experimental psychology and psychoanalysis: what we can learn from a century of misunderstanding / Paul Whittle -- ch. Two The third: a brief historical analysis of an idea / Charles M.T. Hanly -- ch. Three Triangulation, one's own mind, and objectivity / Marcia Cavell -- ch. Four Subjectivity, objectivity, and triangular space / Ronald Britton -- pt. II TRIANGULATION IN THE TEMPORAL DIMENSION -- Introduction -- ch. Five Consultation or assessment: engagement and treatment decisions in psychotherapy with young people in a community-based setting / James S. Rose -- ch. Six Is twice a week enough? Thinking about the number of sessions per week as a determinant of the intensity of psychoanalytic psychotherapy / James S. Rose -- pt. III TRIANGULATION IN THE PSYCHOANALYTIC SETTING -- Introduction -- ch. Seven Distortions of time in the transference: some clinical and theoretical implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Eight Symbols and their function in managing the anxiety of change: an intersubjective approach / James S. Rose -- ch. Nine The presence of absence in the transference: some clinical, countertransference, and metapsychological implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Ten Couples, doubles, and absence: some thoughts on the psychoanalytical process considered as a learning system / James S. Rose -- pt. IV SOME METAPSYCHOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS AND SOME TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000524053
Dimensions
23 cm.
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unknown
Extent
xxviii, 266 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781855758148
Lccn
2011410057
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000524053
Label
Mapping psychic reality : triangulation, communication and insight, edited by James Rose, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I TRIANGULATION, COMMUNICATION, AND INSIGHT -- Introduction -- ch. One Experimental psychology and psychoanalysis: what we can learn from a century of misunderstanding / Paul Whittle -- ch. Two The third: a brief historical analysis of an idea / Charles M.T. Hanly -- ch. Three Triangulation, one's own mind, and objectivity / Marcia Cavell -- ch. Four Subjectivity, objectivity, and triangular space / Ronald Britton -- pt. II TRIANGULATION IN THE TEMPORAL DIMENSION -- Introduction -- ch. Five Consultation or assessment: engagement and treatment decisions in psychotherapy with young people in a community-based setting / James S. Rose -- ch. Six Is twice a week enough? Thinking about the number of sessions per week as a determinant of the intensity of psychoanalytic psychotherapy / James S. Rose -- pt. III TRIANGULATION IN THE PSYCHOANALYTIC SETTING -- Introduction -- ch. Seven Distortions of time in the transference: some clinical and theoretical implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Eight Symbols and their function in managing the anxiety of change: an intersubjective approach / James S. Rose -- ch. Nine The presence of absence in the transference: some clinical, countertransference, and metapsychological implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Ten Couples, doubles, and absence: some thoughts on the psychoanalytical process considered as a learning system / James S. Rose -- pt. IV SOME METAPSYCHOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS AND SOME TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I TRIANGULATION, COMMUNICATION, AND INSIGHT -- Introduction -- ch. One Experimental psychology and psychoanalysis: what we can learn from a century of misunderstanding / Paul Whittle -- ch. Two The third: a brief historical analysis of an idea / Charles M.T. Hanly -- ch. Three Triangulation, one's own mind, and objectivity / Marcia Cavell -- ch. Four Subjectivity, objectivity, and triangular space / Ronald Britton -- pt. II TRIANGULATION IN THE TEMPORAL DIMENSION -- Introduction -- ch. Five Consultation or assessment: engagement and treatment decisions in psychotherapy with young people in a community-based setting / James S. Rose -- ch. Six Is twice a week enough? Thinking about the number of sessions per week as a determinant of the intensity of psychoanalytic psychotherapy / James S. Rose -- pt. III TRIANGULATION IN THE PSYCHOANALYTIC SETTING -- Introduction -- ch. Seven Distortions of time in the transference: some clinical and theoretical implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Eight Symbols and their function in managing the anxiety of change: an intersubjective approach / James S. Rose -- ch. Nine The presence of absence in the transference: some clinical, countertransference, and metapsychological implications / James S. Rose -- ch. Ten Couples, doubles, and absence: some thoughts on the psychoanalytical process considered as a learning system / James S. Rose -- pt. IV SOME METAPSYCHOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS AND SOME TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000524053
Dimensions
23 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xxviii, 266 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781855758148
Lccn
2011410057
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000524053

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