Object Relations and Self Psychology: An Introduction

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Brooks/Cole, 1996 - Object relations (Psychoanalysis) - 226 pages
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Offers students with little experimental background a how-to manual that walks them through the steps of designing, executing, interpreting, and reporting simple psychological experiments. The text covers leading theorists in object relations theory and offers a case history for each theorist.

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This book is incredible. Not a quick easy read, but this opened my eyes to how the mind relates to others and makes assumptions based on our past experiences. This book brings the statement "you're ... Read full review

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Contents

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Chapter Three
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About the author (1996)

Michael St. Clair has a clinical background in individual and family therapy, as well as in teaching personality theory and supervising students in field placements. He is a Professor of Psychology at Emmanuel College, Boston. He has published in the area of object relations and also in the history of millennarian groups.

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