Mapping the Mind: The Intersection of Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience

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Karnac Books, 2003 - Psychology - 264 pages
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A comprehensive guide to the basics, showing us, the reader, how things work. Each chapter begins with a precis to relate the contents to the wider context and the book ends with a summary and overview of what has gone before. This book provides a scientific base that aims to assist those who wish to pursue interdisciplinary work in the complex and endlessly fascinating area of the mind and brain.
 

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Contents

How Interpretations
1
Psychoanalysis and the Two Cerebral
17
The Brains
83
Neural
105
Integrating Sleep and Dream Research
121
Possible Origin
165
Psychological Development and the Changing
185
Some Notes on the Evolution of Language
201
Overview
219
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Fred Levin is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago and Evanston, Illinois. He is a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association; the American Psychoanalytic Association; the American Psychiatric Association (life fellow); American College of Psychoanalysts (honorary organization, Past President, and fellow) and several other organizations in Europe and Japan. He has contributed to nearly 100 publications and written a number of books, including 'Mapping the Mind', 'Psyche and Brain: The Biology of Talking Cures' and 'Emotion and the Psychodynamics of the Cerebellum: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic Analysis and Synthesis'.

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