Shadow of the Object Psychoanalysis of the Unthought Unknown
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Description: Basing his view on the object relations theories of the "British School" of psychoanalysis, Christopher Bollas examines the human subject's memories of its earliest experiences (during infancy and childhood) of the object, whether it be mother, father, or self. He explains in well-written and non-technical language how the object can affect the child, or "cast in shadow," without the child being able to process this relation through mental representations of language.
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Copyright year: 1987
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 6/14/1989
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|The Shadow of the Object|
|The transformational object|
|The spirit of the object as the hand of fate|
|The self as object|
|At the other's play: to dream|
|Moods and the conservative process|
|The psychoanalyst and the hysteric|
|Expressive uses of the countertransference|
|Self analysis and the countertransference|
|Ordinary regression to dependence|
|The unthought known: early considerations|