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Goergen, M. (2014). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 16(1):77-79.

(2014). Neuropsychoanalysis, 16(1):77-79

Miscellaneous

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Maria Sonia Goergen

Bulletin 28

We are happy to share the first group reports of 2014! This is the year we return to New York City, for our 15th annual congress, this time on “Current Neuropsychoanalytic Research.” Given that so many of our regional groups are involved with exciting interdisciplinary research, some of which is reported here, we hope to see you personally at the event!

Maria Sonia Goergen

Msonia12@gmail.com

The neuropsychoanalysis group of Mexico City

The founding members of the group had a productive year and attended several congresses to present their research work; the most important was the 14th Neuropsychoanalysis Congress held in Cape Town, where Jesús Baca Plasencia presented a poster entitled “The ego genesis: a neuropsychoanalytical study.” He combined the Freudian and the neurobiological perspective about the early development of the ego and proposed several correlations between the Freudian theory and two neurobiological approaches in which he considered the epistemological implications of the task and established a coherent epistemic foundation for the correlations. Two main early developmental processes of the Freudian theory were addressed: the autoerotic and the narcissistic phases. The neurobiological perspective is based on the work of Antonio Damasio and Mark Solms, specifically the development of the self related to the various types of consciousness proposed by Damasio, and several concepts regarding the id and the ego recently published by Mark Solms.

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