Aggression, anxiety and defence: essays on the experimental testing of psychoanalytic propositions by the percept-genetic (DMT) technique

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LiberLäromedel/Gleerup, 1976 - Psychology - 192 pages
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Contents

PURPOSE THEORY AND METHOD l
1
The questions
8
Determinants of the percept
14
B Problems of method
20
Bias in the subjects reports
28
SCORING SIGN REQUIREMENTS
35
Terminology
41
A pattern analysis of the DMT
48
Increases in specific sign classes
111
The differential psychological question
119
E Interrelationships within the second FatherSon genesis
125
THE THIRD EXPERIMENT
133
the general psychological question
139
The differential psychological question
147
A B DMT first FatherSon DMT second FatherSon
149
Predictions
155

Differences to the DMT scoring scheme
56
A comparison between the DMT and FatherSon
62
Experimental arrangement
68
Increases in specific sign classes
74
a cross analysis
81
The differential psychological question
83
Ij l attontihlps between the first FatherSon genesis and spe
89
relationships between the DMT and behavioural
99
The experimental situation
105
Summary
161
some considerations
170
Integrative summary
178
REFERENCES
187
THE DMT SCORING SCHEME THE FATHERSON SCORING
vii
A PATTERN ANALYSIS OF THE DMT
xxx
NUMBER OF SUBJECTS ASCRIBED DIFFERENT DATA CLASSES
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