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(1970). Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: W. SCHUMACHER (Neuropsychiatric Clinic, University of Giessen, Am Steg 18, 63 Giessen, Germany). Bemerkungen zur Theorie des Narzissmus (Notes on the theory of narcissism). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:523.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: W. SCHUMACHER (Neuropsychiatric Clinic, University of Giessen, Am Steg 18, 63 Giessen, Germany). Bemerkungen zur Theorie des Narzissmus (Notes on the theory of narcissism)

(1970). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 51:523

Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970: W. SCHUMACHER (Neuropsychiatric Clinic, University of Giessen, Am Steg 18, 63 Giessen, Germany). Bemerkungen zur Theorie des Narzissmus (Notes on the theory of narcissism)

Freud's concept of a primary narcissism seems to offer a way of integrating analytic drive theory and ego psychology. All drive tension starts from a reservoir of primary narcissism and tends to return to it. Ultimately, satisfaction is sought from the self. With the development of ideal-self structures, the ideal objects, internalized on the basis of narcissistic strivings, enter into the core of the self. Discharge regulation is recognized as a tendency to close the gap between (marginal) internalizations of ideal-self and real self, i.e. a tendency to maintain a certain level of self-esteem and a sense of security. The subjective experience of time seems to be based on narcissistic tension. Mature object relations depend upon a well-balanced inner narcissistic field.

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(1970). Psyche, 24, Nos. 1–6, 1970. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:523

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