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Meltzer, D. (1973). Sexual States of Mind. Karnac Books Ltd..

Meltzer, D. (1973). Sexual States of Mind. , 1-185. Karnac Books Ltd..

Sexual States of Mind

Donald Meltzer

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION vii
PART I. HISTORY
Section A
THE THEORY OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
1 The Psycho-Analytical Method and its Theories 5
2 Childhood Sexuality and the Oedipus Complex 13
3 Developmental Phases and Organisational Series 21
4 From Pain-and-Fear to Love-and-Pain 28
Section B
ON FREUD'S THEORY OF SEXUAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
5 The Clinical Phenomenology of Narcissism 37
6 Clinical Approach to the Perversions 41
PART II
STRUCTURAL REVISION OF SEXUAL THEORY
Section A. PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
7 Identification and Socialisation in Adolescence 51
8 The Emergence from Adolescence 58
9 The Introjective Basis of Polymorphous Tendencies in Adult Sexuality 64
10 The Genesis of the Super-ego-Ideal 74

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