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Fairbairn, W.D. (1952). Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality. London: Tavistock Publications Limited.
   

Fairbairn, W.D. (1952). Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality. , 1-297. London: Tavistock Publications Limited.

Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality

W. Ronald D. Fairbairn, M.A., M.D., Dipl. Psych. (Edin.), F.R.S.E., F.R.A.I., F.B.Ps.S.

Contents

Preface to "Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality" v
Introduction ix
Part One: An Object-Relations Theory of the Personality 3
Chapter I: Schizoid Factors in the Personality (1940) 3
Chapter II: A Revised Psychopathology of the Psychoses and Psychoneuroses (1941) 28
Chapter III: The Repression and the Return of Bad Objects (with special reference to the ‘War Neuroses) (1943) 59
Chapter IV: Endopsychic Structure Considered in Terms of Object-Relationships (1944) 82
Chapter V: Object-Relationships and Dynamic Structure1 (1946) 137
Chapter VI: Steps in the Development of an Object-Relations Theory of the Personality1 (1949) 152
Chapter VII: A Synopsis of the Development of the Author's Views Regarding the Structure of the Personality (1951) 162
Part Two: Clinical Papers 183
Chapter I: Notes on the Religious Phantasies of a Female Patient (1927) 183
Chapter II: Features in the Analysis of a Patient with a Physical Genital Abnormality (1931) 197
Chapter III: The Effect of a King's Death Upon Patients Undergoing Analysis (1936) 223
Part Three: Miscellaneous Papers 233
Chapter I: The Sociological Significance of Communism Considered in the Light of Psychoanalysis (1935) 233
Chapter II: Psychology as a Prescribed and as a Proscribed Subject (1939) 247
Chapter III: The War Neuroses—Their Nature and Significance (1943) 256
Chapter IV: The Treatment and Rehabilitation of Sexual Offenders (1946) 289
List of Works to which Reference is made in the Text 297

Preface to "Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality"

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