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FAIRBAIRNS OBECT RELATIONS
THE ROLE OF THE MOTHER
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abandonment depression affective aggressive alliance anxiety associated bad object basic behavior borderline and narcissistic borderline disorders borderline individual borderline patients borderline personality borderline personality disorder CATHECTED cathexis chapter child classical clinical comprises concept depersonification depressive position developmental arrest ego boundary ego ideal ego’s endopsychic structure etiology experiences external failure Fairbairn fantasy Federn feelings fixation Freud function glossolalia glossolalic hence infant infantile instinctual interaction internal objects introjection Kernberg later libidinal availability Mahler Masterson maternal Melanie Klein mental mother-infant narcissistic personality nosology object relations object-images object-relations theory object-relations unit object-representations oral stage parents part-object part-object-representation part-self-representation pathological pleasure patient’s perceived persistence phase pleasure ego projection Psychiatry psychoanalytic psychopathology psychosexual development psychosis psychotic rapprochement subphase rejecting relationship representations rewarding part-unit Rinsley schizoid schizophrenia self-disordered self-representations separation separation-individuation sexual significant SORU splitting defense stage superego symbiotic symptomatic symptomatology therapeutic transference therapist tion treatment whole-object relations withdrawing part-unit York