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What Autists Can Teach Us about Social Interactions and How Psychoanalytic Treatment Can Contribute to It  [PDF]
Ana Beatriz Freire, Fabio Malcher
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.511145
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This paper aims to bring contributions from psychoanalysis to the debate about autism. We assume that while working with the autistic it is imperative to single out each case and not to seek out a standardized approach, based on a previous knowledge. The therapist oriented by psychoanalysis starts to work from a point of view where stereotyped or seemingly bizarre behaviors are taken as a resource used by the subject to protect himself from the invasion experienced in his relationship with others. The treatment, therefore, would not seek to eliminate such behaviors, but to promote the elaboration, on the autistic part, of a way of his own to belong in the world, as we will be able to follow in the exposition of a clinical case in which the subject makes use of objects in a unique manner to mediate his relationship with the other and promote his social interaction.

What We Think Today on the Interpretation of Dreams, Forgotten and Double Senses  [PDF]
Juan Rodado, Maria J. Rodado
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.94049
Abstract: There are more than a hundred years since the publication of Sigmund Freud’s work “the interpretation of dreams”. How can we take today the ideas that Freud exposes in that text? What can we think of the interpretation of dreams, forgetfulness and double meanings? That is, the ways in which the unconscious is present in the discourse. The following work summarizes the Freudian idea about the storage of memory and about dreams and their rereading in the light of current findings in neuroscience about implicit memory, the re-consolidation of labile memories and the sleep activity that they validate in part and modify Freudian ideas in another.
O Adolescente e seu Pathos
Alberti, Sonia;
Psicologia USP , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642002000200011
Abstract: questioning the intersection between psychoanalisis and adolescence, and fundamentally sustained on the clinical work, this text presents the product of a research that has been carried out for at least 20 years, setting its fundamental axes: the adolescence is a choice of the subject which is paied with the desconnection from the parental authority, as freud puts it in 1905, and supposes castration. in that way, the relationship between adolescence and psicosis is tackled. the text explores still the possible ways to allow the adolescent subject a change, taking as an example the caracter melchior in frank wedekind's play and the pacient george, as described by the psychoanalyst charles sarnoff.
Duas Notas Sobre o Itinerário da Psicanálise
Herrmann, Fabio;
Psicologia USP , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642003000300008
Abstract: in the present article, the routes of implantation of psychoanalysis in s?o paulo, at the university and at the psychoanalytical society (sbpsp) are discussed. some peculiarities and differences of both propagation processes, as well as their interrelation are outlined.
Psychotherapy in Hospitals in Brazil and Some Contributions from Psychoanalysis: A Historical Study  [PDF]
Sonia Alberti, Roseane Freitas Nicolau, Maria Lívia Tourinho Moretto
Open Journal of Medical Psychology (OJMP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojmp.2016.53006
Abstract: Psychotherapeutic practice in hospitals in Brazil started in the 1950s even before the profession of psychologist in the country was formalized, and has been building a fairly rich history because it is differentiated according to the development of the practice over the decades as a function of the various clinical methods associated with it, as a consequence of the policies and/or different theoretical orientations that have underpinned it. Twenty years after this practice began, during the 1970s, the field of mental health was configured as a major center of absorption of psychologists in an attempt to change the prevailing medical model. It is at that time that we can first see the formation of multidisciplinary teams linked to psychotherapy treatments. When we examine the relationship between the advancement of the practice and its theoretical foundations, in a field where political orientations toward the practice carried no less weight, we realize that this entire movement has led to important developments in the history of psychology in general. In order to specify what clinical practice in hospitals has contributed to psychology in general, it is necessary to follow its guidelines over the decades, where we can confirm that a certain prevalence of psychoanalysis has been and is being established. To the extent that it is characterized as a discourse directed at the subject, it is fundamental that it allows for situating the work in the hospital in an exchange with the medical field in such a way that each field may sustain its own particularities, respect their differences, and contribute, each in their own way, toward the advancement of clinical work. From the 1950s through today, clinical practice highlights a concern with asserting subjectivity in hospitals where the contributions of some psychoanalytical developments to different forms of psychotherapy have not been lacking.
The Performance Art of Marina Abramovic as a Transformational Experience  [PDF]
Lília Sim?es, Maria Consuêlo Passos
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.96081
Abstract: Based on issues raised by the autobiographical memoirs of the performing artist Marina Abramovic, this article seeks to discuss the transformative potential of her work, based on the analysis of six selected performances in which the artist uses the body as an object of her art, exploring as a means of expression of physical limits, exhaustion of the mind and relationship with the public. Our objective is to investigate how the artist appropriates the performance space to discuss through psychoanalytic theory the ritualistic and transformative dimension of her work. Using the field concepts of Antonino Ferro and transformational object of Cristopher Bollas. Finally we propose an analogy between the space of performance as the analytical field, the performance and the relationship with the public proposing a transformative aesthetic experience.
Direito e psicanálise: uma rela??o "ilegítima"?
Christopoulou, Vassiliki-Piyi;
Psicologia USP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642007000300006
Abstract: this article highlights some aspects of the interaction between law and psychoanalysis, including the extension of this interaction into the area of politics, from an epistemological, historical and conceptual point of view. far from exhausting the topic, these considerations actually give emphasis to what still remains unexplored, concerning a complex relationship. it would be tempting to designate that relationship as ? illegitimate ?, but i have nonetheless tried to demonstrate its versatility and its troubling affinities. after proving ultimately ? legitimate ? a collaboration which is far from self-evident, and revealing an overlooked aspect of freud, who often exploits juridical language, this article points out the limits of the interaction between psychoanalysis and law. for, if the articulation of the individual and the collective is a constant in freud's work, the analogical method correlating individual and collective psychical processes has never met with a favourable reception. the hypothesis about the transmission of mnemonic traces through the masses has doubtless contributed to that. nevertheless, this part of freud's work deserves to be further explored in its metapsychological, sociological and political dimensions. moreover, the history of ideas and the history of psychoanalysis itself, in so far as it is a history of the production of works and of concepts and at the same time of their creators, as is the case with the interpretation of dreams, would definitely be enriched by such an exploration.
A figura da ilus?o na literatura psicanalítica da religi?o
Aletti, Mario;
Psicologia USP , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642004000200009
Abstract: this paper outlines the history and evolution of the model of illusion applied to the religious experience, based on conceptions from freud, pfister, object relations theorists, winnicott, vergote and rizzuto. it also delineates the possibilities originated by these theoretical contributions, along with their limitations.
La literatura y el psicoanálisis
Rojas Fernández,Juan Carlos;
Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatría , 2006,
Abstract: in this essay have trough to show the relationship between two knowledge, literature and psychoanalysis, it is how interchange conceptual and contribution to knowledge of the human subject with all his vicissitudes. it is pretend the inclusion of the literature in the clinical psychoanalytic semeiology’s with the aim to enrich with her semeiotics.
Octavio Paz y el surrealismo: una mirada desde el psicoanálisis
Rojas Fernández,Juan Carlos;
Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatría , 2004,
Abstract: in this essay i try to show the resistance of octavio paz to psychoanalysis, his ambivalence with surrealism, his dialectics in poetic construction, his own way of naming the unconscious, his struggle to withstand the ties with reality, his utopias of omnipotence, his cosmovision. i don’t intend to cover everything, these are only scraps of the essential… to read it is essential.
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