Lawrence Edwin Abt, Stuart L. Weissman
Jason Aronson, Dec 1, 1995 - Psychology - 336 pages
A collection of 28 essays written by psychiatrists and clinical psychologists representing a broad spectrum of approaches to the treatment of patients representing acting out character disorders.
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acting out behavior acting-in action addiction adolescent adult aggressive alcoholic analysis Andre Gide anxiety basic become child childhood clinical concept configurations conflict criminal defense delinquency drives drug dynamics effect ego-syntonic Ellen West emotional environment experience expression factors fantasy father feelings figure forms of acting frequently Freud frustration function gratification group psychotherapy group therapy guilt heterosexual homosexual hospital hostility impulses indicated individual interpersonal interpretation involved learning low frustration toler manifest mother narcissism neurosis neurotic non-suicidal obesity overt behavior parents patient patterns personality play potential prediction problem projective drawings psychiatric psychoanalytic psychodynamic Psychol psychological psychotherapy psychotic punishment reality referred relationship repressed response role Rorschach Rorschach Test Sammy schizophrenic sexual situation social society suggested suicidal attempts superego symptoms technique tendencies thematic apperception thematic apperception test therapeutic therapist tion transactions treatment uncon unconscious understanding verbal wish York