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Psychoanalysis as an empirical, interdisciplinary science

Subject Area: Pedagogics
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PSYCHOANALYSIS AS AN EMPIRICAL, INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE: CONTENTS
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE OF THE EDITOR page 11
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s11
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PATRIZIA GIAMPIERI-DEUTSCH
I. APPROACHING CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOANALYTIC RESEARCH page 15
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s15
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HOWARD SHEVRIN
II. TOWARD A THEORY ON CONSCIOUSNESS BASED ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SUBLIMINAL RESEARCH page 57
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s57
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LINDA W. BRAKEL
III. DRIVE THEORY AND PRIMARY PROCESS: A PHILOSOPHICAL ACCOUNT page 75
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s75
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MAX VELMANS
IV. CAUSAL INTERACTIONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS, UNCONSCIOUS MIND AND BRAIN1 page 91
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s91
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DAVID M. ROSENTHAL
V. CONSCIOUSNESS, INTERPRETATION, AND HIGHER-ORDER-THOUGHT page 119
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s119
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PIERRE JACOB
VI. FIRST-PERSON AND THIRD-PERSON MINDREADING page 143
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s143
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KARL PRIBRAM
VII. FREUD’S PROJECT FOR A SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY page 169
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s169
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REGINA PALLY
VIII. EMOTION AND THE ROLE OF THE BODY IN MENTAL LIFE page 179
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s179
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FRED M. LEVIN
IX. SYNAPSES, CYTOKINES (CK) AND LONG-TERM MEMORY (LTM): AN INTERDISCIPLINARY LOOK AT HOW PSYCHOANALYSIS MIGHT ACTIVATE LEARNING VIA ITS EFFECTS ON EMOTIONAL ATTENTION1 page 211
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s211
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STUART T. HAUSER
X. OVERCOMING ADVERSITY IN ADOLESCENCE: NARRATIVES OF RESILIENCE page 241
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s241
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ROLF SANDELL
XI. STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND ITS ASSESSMENT. EXPERIENCES FROM THE STOCKHOLM OUTCOME OF PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY PROJECT page 269
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s269
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JORGE CANESTRI
XII. ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE MOST RECENT RESEARCH ON LANGUAGE APPLIED TO PSYCHOANALYTIC PRACTICE page 285
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s285
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AUTHORS page 307
doi: 10.1553/3-7001-3386-3s307
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