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- Ego, hunger and aggression
- The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis, 1954-1955
- Ego, hunger, and aggression; the beginning of gestalt therapy
Ego, hunger and aggression
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The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis, 1954-1955
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Ego, hunger, and aggression; the beginning of gestalt therapy
In its first publication in south africa in it was subtitled a revision of freud's theory and method. The subtitle of the book when it appeared in was changed to the beginning of gestalt therapy. Published in the book ego, hunger and aggression by the author.
In psychoanalysis , introjection German : Introjektion is the process by which the subject replicates behaviors, attributes, or other fragments of the surrounding world, especially of other subjects. It is considered a self-stabilizing defense mechanism used when there is a lack of full psychological contact between a child and the adults providing that child's psychological needs. To use a simple example, a person who picks up traits from his or her friends is introjecting. Projection has been described as an early phase of introjection. In this context, introjection is an extension of autoerotic interests that broadens the ego by a lifting of repression so that it includes external objects in its make-up. Torok defends this meaning in her essay "The Illness of Mourning and the Fantasy of the Exquisite Corpse", where she argues that Sigmund Freud and Melanie Klein confuse introjection with incorporation and that Ferenczi's definition remains crucial to analysis.
The concept of Aggression, is in the basis of the construction of Gestalt therapy, and being central to the first work of Fritz Perls, Ego, Hunger.