Intimacy and Infidelity: Separation-individuation Perspectives
Salman Akhtar, Selma Kramer
J. Aronson, Jan 1, 1996 - Psychology - 183 pages
Fidelity: from cannibalism to imperialism & beyond/intimacy & individuation/egocentricity.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
adolescence adult aggression Akhtar American Psychoanalytic Association anaclitic analyst anxiety Aries aspects become Bergman Blos castration castration anxiety child childhood clan clinical conflicts cultural devaluation developmental earlier early ego ideal emotional Erikson erotic ethical experience fall in love fantasy father fear feel felt fidelity fourth individuation Frank Freud function gender human husband identification identity inability to fall infantile infidelity International Universities Press inti involved ipal Irv Schoenfeld Jason Aronson Kaplan Kernberg Leah libidinal love object lover macy Mahler male Margaret Mahler marriage ment merger moral mother narcissistic neurotic object constancy object relations oedipal Oedipus complex omnipotence parents partner passion paternal transference pathologic patient patriarchy person phase preoedipal psychic psychopathological regressive relationship remain in love rience romantic love Ross Salman Akhtar self-esteem sense separation separation-individuation process sexual society subphase superego Symbiosis tion transformations of narcissism twin twinship W. W. Norton wife woman women York