The Self in Early Childhood Joel Ryce-Menuhin

ISBN: 9781853430039

Published: January 19th 1988

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275 pages


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The Self in Early Childhood  by  Joel Ryce-Menuhin

The Self in Early Childhood by Joel Ryce-Menuhin
January 19th 1988 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 275 pages | ISBN: 9781853430039 | 8.80 Mb

In a major reassessment of the psychology of early childhood the author re-examines ego-processes in relation to a self construct, notion of growing importance in both developmental and depth psychology. He reviews and revises psychoanalytic andMoreIn a major reassessment of the psychology of early childhood the author re-examines ego-processes in relation to a self construct, notion of growing importance in both developmental and depth psychology.

He reviews and revises psychoanalytic and Jungian theory, maintaining that a self theory is consistent with experimental data and that it is essential to analytical psychology, to the neo-Freudian contributions of Winnicott and Kohut and to the theory of autism, which has become a focus of clinical interest in the early self. He shows that self theories are centrally related to neo-Kantian humanism, to Sartres philosophy and to Mischels cognitive model.

Using Michael Fordhams extension of Jungs self theory, he develops a new conception of the self and its ego-processes.



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