Body Experience in Fantasy and Behavior

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Ardent Media, 1970
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Contents

SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE STUDY AND UNDERSTANDING OF BODY PERCEPTION 1 Introduction
1
Body Perception and Normal Behavior
3
Disturbed Body States in Normal Persons
58
Pathological Phenomena
93
Trends and Generalities
143
DEMARCATION OF ONES BODY LIMITS FROM THE WORLD 6 Introduction
155
The Boundary and Body Experience
167
The Boundary and Various Levels of Behavior
206
BODY AWARENESS IN MEN 18 Back Awareness in Men and the Anal Character
321
Hostility
423
Head Awareness in Men and Anality
435
BODY AWARENESS IN WOMEN
453
Others
465
Orientation
482
Head Awareness in Women and Heterosexual Behavior
491
SEX DIFFERENCES IN BODY AWARENESS
497

Perceptual Vividness of the Environment
235
Response to Stress
240
Trait Patterns
252
Personal Interaction
257
Psychopathology
272
Parental Characteristics and Boundary Definiteness
290
Negative Results
302
Review Formulation and Speculation
304
Final Perspective
318
BODY STATES IN DISTURBED PERSONS
545
CONCLUSION
567
APPENDICES
605
B Body Focus Questionnaire
618
Body Prominence Scoring
625
Body Distortion Questionnaire
632
Indexes
674
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SEYMOUR FISHER, PhD, was, until his death in 1996, Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the State University of New York Health Science Center in Syracuse. Dr. Fisher received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Chicago. His previous books include Development and Structure of the Body Image, Sexual Images of the Self, The Psychology of Adaptation to Absurdity, and (with Roger P. Greenberg) Freud Scientifically Reappraised (Wiley).

ROGER P. GREENBERG, PhD, is Professor and Head of the Division of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the State University of New York Health Science Center, Syracuse. He also has an active private practice in clinical psychology. He is the author of more than 125 published articles and books, including The Scientific Credibility of Freud's Theories and Therapy (with Seymour Fisher), which, upon its publication, was selected by both the National Library Association and Psychology Today as one of the best books in the behavioral sciences.

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