Papers

  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9The ethical boundaries of forensic psychiatry: a view from the ivory tower.,

    AA Stone. The ethical boundaries of forensic psychiatry: a view from the ivory tower. Bull Am Acad Psychiatry Law 12:209-19, 1984 (Republished: J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 36: 167-74, 2008) (Extended version in - The ethics of forensic psychiatry: a view from the ivory tower, in Law, Psychiatry, and Morality:.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Taking Care Of The Hateful Patient,

    James E. Groves New England Journal of Medicine, 1978 This paper belongs to a group of classic papers that have explored the importance of clinician’s feelings towards patient to guide the clinical work. Traditionally, the idea of clinician’s feelings was restricted to the analytic/therapy work, where the feelings were termed.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9The Beginning of Wisdom Is Never Calling a Patient a Borderline; or, The Clinical Management of Immature Defenses in the Treatment of individuals with Personality Disorders,

    George E. Vaillant. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research. Vol 1 (2) 1992. George Eman Vaillant is an American Psychiatrist, who has made significant contribution to the profession through his patient work in charting the adult development and longitudinal process of recovery from addiction and other psychiatric disorders. Through his.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Recovery in Mental Health,

    Recovery in Mental Health Although the roots of the concept of recovery can be seen as far back as Philippe Pinel in Paris asylums, or the self-help (1937) and peer-led groups (1943) of Abraham Low, the more modern discourse has been attributed to the multiple personal accounts by Patricia Deegan.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Hate in Countertransference – Winnicott 1949,

    Hate in Countertransference. D. Winnicott. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis 1949; 30:69-74 In this paper I wish to examine one aspect of the whole subject of ambivalency, namely, hate in the counter-transference. I believe that the task of the analyst (call him a research analyst) who undertakes the analysis of a psychotic.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations: Classic Definitions and New Directions Richard M. Ryan and Edward L. Deci,

    Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations: Classic Definitions and New Directions – Ryan and Deci 2000 The aim of the article was to review the classic definitions, outline the conditions that foster each kind of motivation, and present a model to differentiate types of extrinsic motivations. Intrinsic motivation (IM) – doing something.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Care-Eliciting Behaviour in Man,

    Care-Eliciting Behaviour in Man. Scott Henderson. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorder, 1974, 15, 3, 172-181 One of the earliest papers to make link between attachment theory and common presentations in general psychiatry. It expounds on the idea of dependence as a phylogenetically important behaviour, with its deviant manifestations presenting.....

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  • l4c6ef9fd85ad9Personality Types in Medical Management,

    Ralph J. Kahana and Grete L. Bibring in: N.E. Zinberg (Ed.) Psychiatry and Medical Practice in a General Hospital. International Universities Press, New York; 1965: 108–123. Grete Bibring (in the picture) was a prominent psychoanalyst of her era (1899-1977), who applied analytic concepts to the everyday practice of medicine, emphasizing the importance.....

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