Libre de Bruxelles, Robert K. The Frontier Region between Ancient Nubia and Egypt BC? mAa , Leiden-Boston, Brill, Carl Graves-. Ego i mechanizmy obronne. The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud, vol. 14, red. Mechanizmy obronne osobowości. Anna Freud introduced the defence mechanisms concept Everything that was introduced 1 A. Barabasz, Mechanizmy obronne jako wskaźnik zdrowia organizacji, [w:] structural theory of the personality (with the division on of Id, Ego and.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Mecyanizmy for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. When The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense was first published in German in it was frfud once recognized as a major contribution to psychoanalytic psychology, and its translation into English quickly followed. More than half a century later it enjoys the status of a classic.
Written by a pioneer of child analysis, and illustrated by fascinating clinical pictures drawn fr When The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense was first published in German in it was at once recognized as a major contribution to psychoanalytic psychology, and its translation into English quickly followed. Written by a pioneer of child analysis, and illustrated by fascinating clinical pictures drawn from childhood and adolescence, it discusses those adaptive measures by which painful and unwanted feeling-states are kept at bay or made more bearable.
Anna Freud’s arguments have a clarity and cogency reminiscent of her father’s and the work is remarkable undated. Nothing stands still, but The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense has unmistakably passed the test of time. Hardcoverpages. Published June 28th by International Universities Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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To ask other readers questions about Ego and the Mechanisms of Defenseplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense. Lists with This Book. Sep 20, Omar Adel rated it it was amazing. Oct 06, Dana rated it it was amazing. I love this book! And I’m pretty certain I only understood a fraction fo what I read, or rather, understood it at shallow level in comparison to what it will mean to me as I re-read throughout the rest of my life, and as I come to learn more about psychology.
This is definitely one of those gifts that keeps giving. Jan 02, Gregor rated it it was amazing. Dec 19, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Timeless theory on defenses. Especially liked the child and adolescent chapters. Feb 09, Erin rated it really liked it Recommended to Erin by: Someone bought this for eego at a bookshop in Amsterdam. It was such a great gift! Definitely occupied my time on trains.
Considering the state of psychology at the beginning of the 20th century I was expecting to be offered an array of outdated ideas that would only be of historical interest. I was, for the most part, pleasantly surprised however.
The book focuses on the practical side of psychoanalytic theory, serving almost as a textbook for an aspiring practitioner. That leads to the first flaw of the book, in my opinion. Freudd realize the utility of the book, but lack of any criticism of Freud was disappointing. Freudian concepts are taken as axioms and manipulated to fit and explain practical cases here. In turn, you have to be familiar with a fair bit of Freudian terms mechanizmj ego, id, superego, cathexis, object relations, repression or sublimation, to comprehend what is offered.
That makes it a fairly easy read, especially if you are familiar with dictionary of early psychology. Although the book is relatively short, it could have been a great deal shorter, in my opinion. Anna tends to repeat herself and elaborate on the same concepts far too many times throughout the book, which has an effect of making you remember selected pieces of information well, but parts of it book become a tad bit tedious to read.
The last chapter of the book about the defense mechanisms of adolescence is by far the most comprehensive and enjoyable. Arguments in this chapter are constructed in an elegant manner with enough theoretical background and practical examples, contrary to some earlier parts of the book, where no explanation of a certain psychic pattern is offered aside from a few patient cases.
They are solely based on Freudian psychoanalytic concepts, as mentioned above, incorporating emchanizmy elements of it that are sound and some that are, obtonne my opinion, fundamentally wrong. That eliminates the weight of an exemplar explanation even further, making parts of the book essentially groundless. Dec 25, Arash Farzaneh rated it it was amazing. I always enjoy reading Anna Freud as she is evidently not only knowledgeable about her discipline, but she also manages, contrary to her father, kechanizmy express complex ideas in a clear, simple and straightforward manner.
The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense is an essential book elucidating and building upon her own contributions to ego psychology; here she puts psychoanalytic theory into the context of the executive ego with elaborate defense mechanisms at their albeit unconscious disposal. Since t I always enjoy reading Anna Freud as she is evidently not only knowledgeable about her discipline, but she also manages, contrary to her father, to express complex ideas in a clear, simple and straightforward manner.
Since there is a marked shift of focus from the id to the ego, the defense mechanisms set up by the ego become of paramount importance to understand all the unconscious processes and choices at work. Ideally, we want the three parts of personality to work in perfect harmony, but it so happens that this is more often than not just wishful thinking. Psychoanalyst Anna Freud gives us insight into processes of the infantile mind, which tries to o different pressures from the id to form the gradually growing controlling figure of the ego.
Then this barely established ego comes under the purvey of strong libidinal energies that are unleashed during the adolescent period, which can at times resemble a borderline state between neurosis and pathology.
Through this struggle and conflict, the ego may then take, for better or worse, a more fixed form and structure, which would become the basis and blueprint for personal identity.
Interestingly, our later projections, a common defense mechanism where we project o own fears and concerns onto others, are often based and stuck upon our infantile egos.
As a result, these projections are often raw, undeveloped and blind to rhyme and reason; yet with awareness, we can learn to deal with them appropriately and successfully.
Secondly, I also understood better that we need to have a lot of patience and empathy for those passing through adolescence, something that I will have to figure out up-close and personal in a handful of years when my son shall pass through that often dreaded and sometimes dreadful period of his life.
Dec 05, Javier rated it it was amazing Shelves: We do whatever it takes to keep us unconscious. That’s what the defense mechanisms are for. But to keep us unconscious of what? Because the oronne hurts and scares. We want to remain unaware of the truth of the real source of suffering. We project it, we sublimate it, we deny it, we repress it, we rationalize it, whatever These mechanisms are ‘bread for today, hunger for tomorrow’.
It does not prevent suffering but leaves it for another day. But that day ,echanizmy or lat We do boronne it takes to keep us unconscious.
Mechanimy that day sooner or later it must arrive and materialize tha suffering in some way. They do not work. They make us slaves of the negativity that is being accumulated. The truth sets us free. The truth does not hurt; the lie hurts. It is necessary to remove layers of self-deception, be honest and stare at the eyes to that suffering.
Thus, what the Freudian approach to psychoanalysis says is that in order to be geo, a greater understanding is needed that allows us to see it from another level. That level, I believe, is love, forgiveness and compassion.
Or as the Buddha would say: It j at a very high intellectual level but it is neither a comfortable nor an easy reading. Also, it seems destined for professionals. Oct 13, Mirjam Visscher rated it did not like it Shelves: I started reading this book because of references to it in the abna of George Vaillant.
He build a masterful longitudinal study of the lives of students at Havard with defence mechanisms as a important part of the research.
I couldn’t wait to read the original work! When reading this work of Anna Freud I just found it repulsive and there was nothing left of my enthousiasic anticipation.
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My conclusion is that this book and I aren’t build for each other. Jul 21, Spachtelmasse rated it really liked it. Ohne Vorkenntnisse des freudschen Begriffsapparates wird aus diesem Buch nicht viel zu gewinnen sein. Mar 12, LiLitH rated it liked it. Mar 15, Matty rated it liked it. Anna’s even more monotonous than the object of her Elektra complex, but still presented some interesting new takes on old, largely insane theories. Luis rated it really liked it Annw 18, Dahlia rated it liked it Jan 13, Micpp rated it it was amazing Mar 20, Paul Abbott rated it it was amazing Apr 25, Mark rated it really liked it Jun 16, Tin Tiu rated it really liked it Jan 10, Mouhssine Bensaga rated it really liked it Jul 09, Itoitz rated it really liked it Obronnw 29, Drobg62 rated it really liked it Nov 15,