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Psychotherapy and Multiple Personality

Selected Essays

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HARDCOVER

$78.00 • £62.95 • €70.00

ISBN 9780674722255

Publication Date: 01/01/1975

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328 pages

23 figures

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  • Introduction by Nathan G. Hale, Jr.
  • Part I: Toward a Dynamic Psychotherapy, 1885–1909
    • 1. Through-Transferrence
    • 2. Some of the Revelations of Hypnotism. Post-Hypnotic Suggestion, Automatic Writing, and Double Personality (with Discussion)
    • 3. Association Neuroses: A Study of Hysterical Joint Affections, Neurasthenia and Allied Forms of Neuro-Mimesis
    • 4. Sexual Perversion or Vice? A Pathological and Therapeutic Inquiry
    • 5. The Educational Treatment of Neurasthenia and Certain Hysterical States
    • 6. The Psychological Principles and Field of Psychotherapy
  • Part II: Multiple Personality, 1898–1911
    • 7. The Development and Genealogy of the Misses Beauchamp. A Preliminary Report of a Case of Multiple Personality
    • 8. Experiments in Psycho-Galvanic Reactions from Co-Conscious (Sub-Conscious) Ideation
    • 9. The Structure and Dynamic Elements of Human Personality
    • 10. The Problem of Personality. How Many Selves Have We?
  • Part III: Psychoanalysis and Behaviorism, 1908–1924
    • 11. A Critique of Psychanalysis (with Discussion)
    • 12. Three Fundamental Errors of the Behaviorists and the Reconciliation of the Purposive and Mechanistic Concepts
  • Part IV: Final Formulations, 1914–1925
    • 13. The Unconscious
    • 14. Suggestive Repersonalization: The Psychophysiology of Hypnotism (with Discussion)
  • Bibliography

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