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  • ...[Object relations]] theory was pioneered in the 1940's and 50's by British psychologists [[Ronald Fairbairn]], [[Winnicott|D.W. Winnicott]], [[Harry Guntrip]], and [[Recent]] decades in [[developmental]] [[psychological]] research, for example on the onset of a "[[Theory of mi
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  • ...ring his life and still are so today, but few dispute his huge impact on [[psychologists]] and the academically inclined. [[Category:Austrian psychologists]]
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  • Despite their popularity among [[psychoanalytical]] psychologists, Freud's psychosexual theories are commonly criticized as sexism, for examp *[[Developmental psychology]]
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  • '''[[Developmental]] psychology''' is the [[science|scientific]] study of progressive [[psycho Developmental psychologists investigate key questions, such as whether children are qualitatively diffe
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  • ...mane effort to [[understand]] severe [[psychopathology]] in [[terms]] of [[developmental]] deficits. ...and wrote about schizophrenia is long and includes interpersonalists, ego psychologists, Kleinians and their successors, together with any [[number]] who might be
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  • ...theory]]. Buttressed by his loyal supporters, many of [[them]] insightful psychologists and original thinkers in their own [[right]], Freud's movement grew as his A group of prominent psychologists at Clark [[University]], Massachusetts, in 1909. In the front row are ([[le
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  • ...r or both directions at the same or different [[times]] and at different [[developmental]] [[stages]]. No interpretation is considered final. ...anding of the dream. Amplification is used less often today, as analytical psychologists have become more aware that it can be used to avoid personal issues.
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  • ...nalytic ideas were supported and propagated by important psychiatrists and psychologists who nevertheless maintained a critical attitude and did not become members ...has lead to several important publications. Anna Freud's [[concept]] of "[[developmental]] lines" has been a significant clarification in the study of child develop
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  • ...es in [[Psychology]] - [[The Subject]] of Lacan: A [[Lacanian]] Reader for Psychologists, ..."s7" dir="ltr" | Sacred Literature - Beyond the Psychoanalytic [[Dyad]]: [[Developmental]] [[Semiotics]] in Freud, [[Peirce]] and Lacan
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  • Louisiana citizens with [[developmental]] disabilities. 117. Yahoo! Social Science > Psychology > Psychologists > Lacan, Jacques ...
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  • ...es in [[Psychology]] - [[The Subject]] of Lacan: A [[Lacanian]] Reader for Psychologists, ..."s7" dir="ltr" | Sacred Literature - Beyond the Psychoanalytic [[Dyad]]: [[Developmental]] [[Semiotics]] in Freud, [[Peirce]] and Lacan
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  • ..., Alternatives in Psychology - The Subject of Lacan: A Lacanian Reader for Psychologists, | Sacred Literature - Beyond the Psychoanalytic Dyad: Developmental Semiotics in Freud, Peirce and Lacan
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