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СОДЕРЖАНИЕ
А.Ф. Усков. Предисловие к русскому изданию ............................................ Предисловие автора ....................................................................................... Часть I. РОЛЬ АФФЕКТОВ
В ПСИХОАНАЛИТИЧЕСКОЙ ТЕОРИИ ............................................... 12 1. Новое в психоаналитической теории влечений ............................. 12 2. Психопатология ненависти .............................................................. Часть II. АСПЕКТЫ РАЗВИТИЯ
ПРИ ШИРОКОМ СПЕКТРЕ РАССТРОЙСТВ ЛИЧНОСТИ .............. 50 3. Клинические грани мазохизма ........................................................ 50 4. Истерические и сценические расстройства личности ................... 71 5. Антисоциальное и нарциссическое расстройства личности ......... Часть III. КЛИНИЧЕСКИЕ ПРИЛОЖЕНИЯ
ТЕОРИИ ОБЪЕКТНЫХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ ............................................... 111 6. Теория объектных отношений в клинической практике. 111 7. Подход к переносу сточки зрения Эго-психологии теории объектных отношений ............................................................. 131 8. Теория структурных изменений Эго-психологии теории объектных отношений ............................................................. 150 9. Регрессия в переносе и психоаналитическая техника работы с инфантильными личностями .............................................. Часть IV. ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ПОДХОДЫ
К ТЯЖЕЛОЙ РЕГРЕССИИ .................................................................... 196 10. Проекция и проективная идентификация развитие и клинические аспекты ........................................................................ 196 11. Проективная идентификация, контрперенос и лечение в стационаре. 215 12. Идентификация и ее проявления при психозах ......................... 236 13. Удовольствие в ненависти и его приключения .......................... 257 14. Психопатические, параноидные и депрессивные переносы ............................................................................................... 270
Часть V. ПСИХОДИНАМИКА ПЕРВЕРСИИ ........................................ 297 15. Соотношение пограничной организации личности и перверсий ........................................................................................... 297 16. Теоретическая основа для изучения сексуальных перверсий .............................................................................................. 317 17. Концептуальная модель мужской перверсии
(с отдельным рассмотрением мужской гомосексуальности) ........... Литература .................................................................................................. 356
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