Freudian repression [electronic resource] : the unconscious, and the dynamics of inhibition / Simon Boag.
- London, United Kingdom : Karnac, c2012.
1 online resource (269 p.)
- Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
- Electronic books.
- Possibly no other psychoanalytic concept has caused as much ongoing controversy, and attracted so much criticism, as that of ""repression"". Repression involves denying knowledge to oneself about the content of one's own mind and is most commonly implicated in disputes concerning the possibility of repressed memories of trauma (and their subsequent recovery). While fundamental in Freudian psychoanalysis, recent developments in psychoanalytic thinking (e.g., ""mentalization"") have downplayed the importance of repression, in part due to less emphasis being placed on the importance of memory wit
- COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Introduction; PART I REPRESSION WITHIN FREUDIAN THEORY; CHAPTER ONE The beginning of the theory of repression; CHAPTER TWO Repression in the topographic model; CHAPTER THREE The structural theory and repression; CHAPTER FOUR The apparent paradox of Freudian repression; PART II MAKING SENSE OF REPRESSION; CHAPTER FIVE Unconscious mental processes and the nature of the repressed; CHAPTER SIX Repression and the system Ucs.; CHAPTER SEVEN A general model for situating repression; CHAPTER EIGHT The role of affects in repression
PART III EXPLAINING REPRESSIONIntroduction to Part III; CHAPTER NINE Repression and the censorship; CHAPTER TEN Repression and neural processes; CHAPTER ELEVEN A psychobiological account of Freudian repression; Postscript; REFERENCES; INDEX
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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