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 강의안: 정신분석 기법과 정신적 갈등에 대한 소개  
첨부파일 : f1_20170210144441.pdf
 

과목: 정신분석 기법과 정신적 갈등에 대한 소개

주제: 정신분석 기법과 정신적 갈등

강사: 신현근 박사

내용: 강의안

교재: Brenner, C.(1976). Introduction. In Psychoanalytic technique and psychic conflict (pp. 1-7). New York: International Universities Press.

Introduction to Psychoanalytic Technique and Psychic Conflict

 

1.      Overview

1.1.1.      Psychoanalytic technique is an application of psychoanalytic theories of mental functioning and development to the practical problem of attempting in a special way to alter that functioning in a special way.

1.1.2.      In addition, it is in fact both a principal source of data on which those theories are based, and a constant test as well as a potential corrective of them.

 

2.      Importance of theoretical orientation

2.1.   The fact that the relationship that exists between psychoanalytic technique and psychoanalytic theory is such a close one has certain consequences for any theoretically based discussion of psychoanalytic technique.

2.2.   Whoever writes such a discussion is obligated to indicate to his readers, at least in a general way, what his own theoretical orientation is.

 

3.      Mind

3.1.   Instinctual drives

3.1.1.      The mind is impelled to activity by the energy of instinctual drives.

3.1.2.      These drives are two sorts, libidinal and aggressive.

3.2.   Mental or psychic apparatus

3.2.1.      The mind itself is an apparatus for the discharge, control, and regulation of the instinctual energy that drives it to activity.

3.3.   Pleasure-unpleasure principle

3.3.1.      The mind seeks to achieve pleasure, particularly the pleasure of instinctual gratification, and avoid unpleasure, particularly the unpleasure of instinctual frustration and of anxiety.

 

4.      Structural theory

4.1.   Three parts, structures, or agencies

4.1.1.      The id

4.1.1.1.            It includes the instinctual, driving part of the mind.

4.1.2.      The ego

4.1.2.1.            It is the part that has to do with the outer world.

4.1.3.      The superego

4.1.3.1.            It is the moral part.

4.2.   Psychic conflict

4.2.1.      In the first kind of conflict one or more instinctual drive derivatives are opposed by the more mature, the more organized, and the more coherent part of the mind.

4.2.1.1.            Conflicts are between id and ego (+ superego).

4.2.2.      In the second kind of conflict the organized part of the personality is in conflict with an unconscious need for self-punishment.

4.2.2.1.            Conflicts are between superego and ego.

4.2.3.      In the third, the self-punitive trend has become allied with a masochistic wish and the two together are in conflict with the more mature and organized part of the personality.

4.2.3.1.            Conflicts are between id + superego and ego.

 

5.      Other attributes of the mental apparatus

5.1.   Principle of psychic determinism

5.2.   The concept of dynamic significance of unconscious psychic activities

5.3.   Th genetic principle

5.4.   The principle of multiple function or compromise formation

 

6.      The way to learn psychoanalysis as a therapeutic procedure

6.1.   Psychoanalysis under supervision

6.2.   Case presentations to professional peers

6.3.   Seminars at which the progress of treatment of a case in analysis is discussed at regular intervals both by peers and by more experienced colleagues.

6.4.   The printed word

6.4.1.      Vignettes or case report

6.4.2.      Book on technique

           

 
 
 
 
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