Psychoanalysis And Cognitive Science

A Multiple Code Theory
 
 
Guilford Publications (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 2. Juli 1997
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 362 Seiten
978-1-57230-213-6 (ISBN)
 
Psychoanalysis has been in dire need of a more consistent theory informed by the wealth of findings in cognitive science that help to answer questions about how the mind works. In this book, psychoanalytic researcher Wilma Bucci shows how the investigation of mental processes can be integrated with psychoanalytic theory and presents a coherent model of the mind--termed "multiple code" theory. Clinically grounded and empirically based, this book offers a thought-provoking reconceptualization of psychoanalytic theory.
  • Englisch
  • New York
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  • USA
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
Illustrations
  • Höhe: 235 mm
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  • Breite: 160 mm
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  • Dicke: 30 mm
  • 762 gr
978-1-57230-213-6 (9781572302136)
1572302135 (1572302135)
Wilma Bucci did her graduate training in clinical and cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics at the University of Michigan and New York University; then joined the faculty of the Psychiatry Department of the SUNY Downstate Health Sciences Center as a clinical researcher. Since 1983, she has been on the faculty of the Derner Institute, the doctoral clinical psychology program of Adelphi University, where she is now Professor and Director of Research. She is also Vice-President and Scientific Co-Director of the Glass Institute of Basic Psychoanalytic Research, and is on the faculty of the International Psychoanalytical Association Research Training Programme. She and her husband, Bernard Maskit, who is a mathematician, share five children, with extended family, all of whom have opinions on the issues covered in this book. edited version: Wilma Bucci, PhD, is Professor and Director of Research at the Derner Institute, the doctoral clinical psychology program of Adelphi University. Vice-President and Scientific Co-Director of the Glass Institute of Basic Psychoanalytic Research, she is also on the faculty of the International Psychoanalytical Association Research Training Programme. Dr. Bucci completed her graduate training in clinical and cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics at the University of Michigan and New York University.
Introduction - bridging the great divide. Part I "Reconstruction" of the metapsychology - the roots: Freud's abstract models of the physical apparatus; the metapsychology, the clinical theory, and the psychoanalytic method; the role of empirical research; networks of the mind - toward a psychological model for psychoanalysis. Part II Components of the multiple code theory - current research: the architecture of cognition - symbolic and subsymbolic processing; multiplicity of systems - evidence from the functional distinctions in Specific Sensory Systems; Emotion And Cognition - A New Integration; The infant's cognitive and emotional world; multiple coding on the neuropsychological level - laterlization and modularity of function. Part III The multiple code theory and the referential cycle: basic concepts of The Multiple Code Theory; The Emotion Schemas And Their Vicissitudes; linking feelings and words - the referential cycle; the referential cycle in free association; the referential cycle on fantasies and dreams; the multiple code theory and metapsychology; empirical studies of the analytic process; notes concerning the psychoanalytic research agenda. Last words - 1 - the Tower of Babel - 2 - the dead man's tale.
"For many years Dr. Wilma Bucci has been engaged in critical research on the psychoanalytic process and has developed her multiple code theory. Her new book, "Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science: A Multiple Code Theory", is, in many ways, a culmination of her long years of empirical and theoretical work. It is a remarkable book that succeeds in linking psychoanalytic theory both to the world of cognitive science and to empirical research on psychoanalytic treatment. It seems to me that the future of psychoanalysis lies in its openness to empirical work and to concepts and developments in other disciplines. There are few books that, at one and the same time, remain faithful to the concrete realities of psychoanalysis and are able to integrate it into the larger world of theories of mind. This is such a book. For anyone interested in psychoanalysis, this book is a 'must read.'" --Morris Eagle, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University; Past-President, Division of Psychology, American Psychological Association "Wilma Bucci provides a thoughtful synthesis of two fields that have traditionally ignored one another. Broad in scope, "Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science" explores many exciting intersections between clinical and experimental approaches. This well-written, often provocative book should provide a foundation for productive and long overdue exchanges between clinicians and cognitive scientists." --Daniel L. Schacter, PhD, Professor and Chair of Psychology, Harvard University, and author of" Searching for Memory: The Brain, The Mind, and The Past."

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