DAVID SHAPIRO NEUROTIC STYLE PDF

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Neurotic Styles is an original, clinical study of four kinds of neurosis--obsessive-compulsive, paranoid, hysterical, and impulsive--and of the special characteristics of each. As background for his studies, Dr.

Shapiro first reviews significant theoretical and research contributions to the psychology of character since Freud, including the contributions to this subject of Wilhelm Reich, Erik H. Erikson, George S.

Klein, and others. Drawing on his own extensive clinical observation, he then examines in close detail the ways of thinking and perceiving, forms of emotion experience, modes of activity, and behavioral manifestations--the "style"--that characterize these four kinds of neurosis.

Of considerable psychiatric interest is Dr. Shapiro's analysis of the relationship between paranoid and obsessive-compulsive styles. In a summary chapter, he explores--in the light of these studies--some basic questions concerning the origin and development of styles; how their development is influenced by instinctual drives; their possible significance for drive-tension control and regulation; and their relationship to defense mechanisms.

Parents, teachers, and students: Visit our new K Student Library. Last edited by Clean Up Bot. February 14, History. By David Shapiro. Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks. Neurotic styles David Shapiro. Want to Read. About the Book. Audio cassette in English - 1 edition. Better World Books Amazon Bookshop. Neurotic styles , Basic Books. Better World Books.

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Neurotic Styles

Neurotic Styles is an original, clinical study of four kinds of neurosis--obsessive-compulsive, paranoid, hysterical, and impulsive--and of the special characteristics of each. As background for his studies, Dr. Shapiro first reviews significant theoretical and research contributions to the psychology of character since Freud, including the contributions to this subject of Wilhelm Reich, Erik H. Erikson, George S.

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Neurotic styles

David Shapiro. Wong, PhD,. His classic Neurotic Styles has become one of the most widely read books on personality and psychopathology. This new book by David Shapiro throws light, from a clinical standpoint, on a subject of importance, both theoretically and for therapeutic practice, for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, as well as for those with general interests in philosophy or psychology. A seminal work in psychoanalytic theory, Neurotic Styles is one of the most widely read books on personality. Psychotherapy of Neurotic Character presents an approach to psychotherapy consistent with his classic work, Neurotic Styles.

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