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DiAmbrosio, P.E. (2007). “Wobbly Weebles” and Resilience: Some Additional Thoughts: Response to William J. Coburn. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 2(4):475-482.

(2007). International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 2(4):475-482

“Wobbly Weebles” and Resilience: Some Additional Thoughts: Response to William J. Coburn

Phyllis E. DiAmbrosio, Ph.D.

In response to Coburn's discussion of my paper, “Weeble Wobbles: Resilience within the Psychoanalytic Situation,” (2006) I define and discuss a gene/environment interactionist perspective in understanding the development of human resilience. Coburn presents a systems approach, grounded in complexity theory, and explains resilience as an emergent property of the system. In contrast, I present current research that gives evidence of a gene/environment interaction (GXE) in which a genetic or hard-wired predisposition along with the environment or system influences the development of a capacity for resilience in a person. Further, I assert that identification of resilience in individuals can facilitate self-righting in analytic work.

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