By Smith, David Livingstone; Freud, Sigmund
A complete common introductory account of Freudian thought and different significant currents in psychoanalytic inspiration. it is usually biographical fabric at the significant theorists. It is helping to remedy many misconceptions approximately psychoanalytic thought and may be necessary for college students and pros alike. 248 pages.
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When conscious purposive ideas are abandoned, concealed purposive ideas assume control of the current of ideas, and . . superficial associations are only substitutes by displacement for suppressed deeper ones. [Freud, 1900a, p. 5311 Freud’s use of hypnosis, and later his pressure technique, expressed a certain mistrust of nature. It implied that some special effort (“concentration”)was required in order to induce the mind to yield up its secrets. In contrast to this, the method of free association was based on the principle of letting nature speak her mind.
I was aware that a colleague had also applied for the post, and I had reason to believe that she would be the favoured candidate. I had been working in the institution for considerably longer than my rival, and I did not have a high opinion of her abilities. I was therefore facing the prospect of being humiliated and rejected. The theme of the day-residue-linked memory was that Reagan was bound to win. In representing myself as Reagan, then, I could be regarded as transforming this upsetting situation into one in which I was certain to defeat my rival and get the job.
The second reason was research. Although developed as a method of treatment, psychoanalysis was a research instrument for investigating unconscious memories and their causal sigruficance. By analysing his dreams and free associations, Freud hoped to learn more both about himself and about the operation of the human mind. Freud’s self-analysis was episodic prior to 1897; between June and August 1897, it became systematic. It consisted largely of the application to himself of the methods and patterns of thought that he had been using with his patients.
Approaching psychoanalysis : an introductory course by Smith, David Livingstone; Freud, Sigmund