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  • ...lysis, the "Third Viennese School" of [[psychotherapy]]. His book, ''Man's Search for Meaning,'' chronicled his experiences as a [[concentration camp]] inmat ...n Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager'' (in English entitled ''Man's Search for Meaning''), wherein he tried to objectively describe the life of an ord
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  • | field = [[Neurology]], [[Psychiatry]], [[Psychology]], [[Psychotherapy]], [[Psychoanalysis]] ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th
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  • ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D ...m the treatment of women with mental disturbances) (Blum, 1977). Several researchers, coming together in Blum's 1977 book, ''Female Psychology,'' followed [[
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  • ...methods were adopted at the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. Rank’s [[psychotherapy]], which was a short version of Freud’s long psychoanalysis, fit better i ...nd [[Stanford]] on object-relational, experiential, and “here-and-now” psychotherapy, [[art]], the creative will, and [[neurosis]] as a failure in [[creativity]
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  • ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ...g if given a chance. Thankfully, his superiors took this as a systematic research effort, which is exactly how Laing looked at it. ...Clinic in London, widely known as a center for the study and practice of [[psychotherapy]] (particularly [[psychoanalysis]]). At that time he was associated with D.
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  • '''Behavior therapy''' is a form of [[psychotherapy]] used to treat [[Clinical depression|depression]], [[anxiety]] disorders, ...itive psychology]] to behavior therapy. Further developments may include research from cultural, spiritual, neurological, and biological sciences.
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  • ...ver awarded. He held a position as lecturer at the New School for Social Research, as well as visiting, as a professor, at [[Harvard]], [[Yale]], [[Princeton .... Anxiety's importance in [[existentialism]] makes it a popular topic in [[psychotherapy]].
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  • ...chological development]], and he spent a significant portion of his life researching this aspect of life, as revealed in [[symbol]]ic form through [[dream]]s ...r Zurich and Jung was an aspiring young doctor there on the rise. Jung's research at the Burghölzli established him as a psychiatrist of international reput
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  • ...nship between self-actualization and self-transcendence clearly in ''Man's Search for Meaning''. He wrote: ...tion]], it had its detractors. For example, in their extensive review of research that is dependent on Maslow's theory, Wabha and Bridwell (1976) found littl
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  • ...ewish Review 3:1, 1989.</ref> <ref>Drob, Sanford L. "This is Gold": Freud, Psychotherapy and the Lurianic Kabbalah (HTML), (1998-2006). Retrieved April 4, 2007.</re ...ember 1, 1986.</ref> has nonetheless produced some interesting results. "Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have found that fleeting images of
    34 KB (4,932 words) - 16:44, 7 January 2016
  • ...) ''Gazette,'' April 18, 2002</ref> Their findings are not all positive. Researchers in the fields of [[Humanistic psychology]],<ref>David Lukoff, Francis G. ...tation: Concepts, Effects And Uses In Therapy." ''International Journal of Psychotherapy'' 5 (1) (March 2000): 49, 10p</ref>
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  • ...rosis]] and [[personality]], based on experiences gained from working in [[psychotherapy]]. In 1937, she published the book ''The Neurotic Personality of Our Time,' ...is phenomenon as the "tyranny of the shoulds" and the neurotic's hopeless "search for glory".<ref name=Horney3>Horney. ''Neurosis and human growth,'' Chaps.
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti Current research establishes that human beings are highly genetically homogeneous, meaning t
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  • ... of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) attempted to execute a search warrant at their compound on Mount Carmel, a property located nine miles (1 ...ers stay there to await the coming millennium.<ref name="perrynetworker">''Psychotherapy Networker'', March/April 2007, "Stairway to Heaven; Treating children in th
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  • ...vents Hesse was forced to leave his military service and begin receiving [[psychotherapy]]. This began a long preoccupation with [[psychoanalysis]], through which h ...) about what has brought him such peace, Siddhartha replies that "too much searching can get in the way of finding." Everything deserves love, Siddhartha tel
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  • ...eory (GST), among others, in initiating what became a project of systems research and practice. It was [[Margaret Mead]] and [[Gregory Bateson]] that develop
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  • Following his hospital stay, where he was able to experience [[psychotherapy]] for the first time, Peck attended a small [[Quaker]] school in [[Greenwic ... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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  • ... individual's consciousness and the greater archetypal world. The aim of [[psychotherapy]] is to assist the individual in reestablishing a healthy relationship to t ...al analysis is a way to experience and integrate unknown material. It is a search for the meaning of behaviors, symptoms, and events. This effort to understa
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  • ...develop treatments for, even the most severe [[psychosis|psychoses]]. This search for satisfaction via personal involvement with others led Sullivan to chara ...7. During the following years practicing psychiatry he was introduced to [[psychotherapy]] by [[Adolf Meyer]], and applied these ideas to the treatment of [[schizop
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