Customer Service | Help | FAQ | PEP-Easy | Report a Data Error | About
Tip: To search for a specific phrase…

PEP-Web Tip of the Day

Did you write an article’s title and the article did not appear in the search results? Or do you want to find a specific phrase within the article? Go to the Search section and write the title or phrase surrounded by quotations marks in the “Search for Words or Phrases in Context” area.

For the complete list of tips, see PEP-Web Tips on the PEP-Web support page.

Search Results
Sort:   | View:  | Export | 

Results 1 - 17 of 17 for your search on "envy; adler":

Adler, E. Bachant, J.L. (1996). Free Association And Analytic Neutrality: The Basic Structure Of The Psychoanalytic Situation. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 44:1021-1046. […]
 . . . much less talk about, feelings of anger, envy, or abandonment just as the analyst is . . .
Adler, E. Bachant, J.L. (1998). Intrapsychic and Interactive Dimensions of Resistance: A Contemporary Perspective. Psychoanal. Psychol., 15(4):451-479. […]
 . . . isolation warding off the destructiveness of her envy. Her interventions, following this understanding, emphasized the . . . by a confrontation with her own destructive envy, as by the belief that once again . . .
Adler, G. (1980). Transference, Real Relationship and Alliance. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 61:547-558. […]
 . . . the analyst. Kernberg (1975) stresses these patients' envy as an important part of this anger. . . .
Adler, H. (1995). Recall And Repetition Of A Severe Childhood Trauma. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 76:927-943. […]
 . . . Frau R's suicidality and guilt feelings as envy of her brothers and sister, and as . . .
Adler, M. (2008). The Blank Page: Creative Imagination and its Inhibitions. Canadian J. Psychoanal., 16(1):59-73. […]
 . . . would never have. She was filled with envy of women with babies, filled with guilt, . . . complicated by unresolved conflicts involving dependency, longing, envy, and aggression, the result is anxiety and . . . around aggression, her conflicts over competition and envy, she wrote more. As we talked about . . . her that because of her feelings of envy and deprivation she had difficulty holding onto . . . well as more Oedipal themes around competition, envy, and the valuing of her female body . . .
Bachant, J.L. Adler, E. (1997). Transference: Co-Constructed Or Brought To The Interaction?. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:1097-1120. […]
 . . . body” in the analyst's life, the adolescent envy and curiosity about her mother's underwear and . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1990). Charlotte Bronte and the Feminine Self. Am. J. Psychoanal., 50(1):37-43. […]
 . . . faced with the archetypical maternal monster of envy, as it arises on the oedipal level . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1993). Object Relations Issues in the Treatment of the Preoedipal Character. Am. J. Psychoanal., 53(1):19-34. […]
 . . . primitive aggression, particularly as derived from oral envy, as the main contribution of the analyst . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1993). The Conflict and Process Theory of Melanie Klein. Am. J. Psychoanal., 53(3):187-204. […]
 . . . resources of her breast, can stir such envy within us that anguish and despair must . . . she gives in order to lessen our envy. More viscerally, such criticism might take the . . . children. Such hostile intent only heightens our envy as we deprive ourselves of taking in . . . that she offers us. Cycles of such envy, its attitude of contempt, and its self-depleting . . . and devalued internal objects contaminated with innate envy, and disowned aggressive objects that constantly reinvaded . . . gesture” in response to Klein's examples in “Envy and Gratitude” (1957) of dream material in . . . just as has her study of primitive envy. Allowing ourselves to be the bad object . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2003). Lesbian Homoerotic Transference in Dialectic with Developmental Mourning: On the Way to Symbolism From the Protosymbolic. Psychoanal. Psychol., 20(1):131-152. […]
 . . . not received by the real mother (see “Envy and Gratitude,” Klein, 1957/1975a). When one's own . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2004). Anatomy of Regret: A Developmental View of the Depressive Position and a Critical Turn Toward Love and Creativity in the Transforming Schizoid Personality. Am. J. Psychoanal., 64(1):39-76. […]
 . . . at the end of her famous treatise “Envy and Gratitude” (1957). She speaks of her . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2005). The Case of David: On the Couch for Sixty Minutes, Nine Years of Once-a-Week Treatment. Am. J. Psychoanal., 65(2):103-134. […]
 . . . and contemptuous attitude characteristic of the father's envy. David could now associate to memories of . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). “My Graduation is My Mother's Funeral”: Transformation From the Paranoid-Schizoid to the Depressive Position in Fear of Success, and the Role of the Internal Saboteur. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 15(2):117-130. […]
 . . . split off and projected her hunger, her envy, and her impulses (part-self and part-objects fused . . . outside onto others—as well as the oral envy that accompanied this hunger owing to her . . . to rid herself of her insatiable hunger, envy, and ambition by merging in with the . . . also threatened to evoke Sandra's mother's dissociated envy, and Sandra would experience this threat in . . . affect states, she began to acknowledge her envy, greed, hunger, and insatiable cravings. Instead of . . . have a backlash reaction from her dissociated envy, lust for fame, power, and distinction in . . . Yet at other times, she would feel envy: “I envy your vision. I want it for . . . to a professional presentation of mine. Her envy, therefore, could be just as intense and . . . in fact explain why, when Sandra projected envy onto others, they often would take on . . . states of paralysis and states of conscious envy. In a state of helplessness and paralysis, . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part II. Am. J. Psychoanal., 66(4):333-350. […]
 . . . this to her as her internal mother's envy as she separated from her mother and . . . above the negative stuff in others—like the complaints—envy—stabbing—I want to give love because you've given . . . adds, “After going through my feelings of envy and aggression the light comes out!” Helen now . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part I. Am. J. Psychoanal., 66(3):239-260. […]
 . . . in the form of contempt with hidden envy and was now focused on her dead . . . a powerful hunger, and to a derivative envy, provoked by an overly giving and overly . . . would be destroyed. She projected her own envy and hunger onto others. Helen also experienced . . . onto others. Helen also experienced the actual envy and aggression from others as she had . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2007). Pivotal Moments of Surrender to Mourning the Internal Parental Object. Psychoanal. Rev., 94(5):763-789. […]
 . . . in realizing that there is always competition, envy, self-interest, and greed, and your new ability . . . the face and company of competition. The envy that spoils also can be transformed into . . . spoils also can be transformed into the envy that admires and aspires to become one's . . . compassion for your hunger you can understand envy from within and give up your addiction . . . Relation to Manic Depressive States” (1940) and “Envy and Gratitude” (1957). This was a major psychological . . .
Wallerstein, R.S. Adler, M.H. (1970). Panel on 'Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:219-231. […]
 . . . countertransference', and most assuredly, I do not 'envy those who were taught in the rough . . .
Copyright © 2021, Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing, ISSN 2472-6982 Customer Service | Help | FAQ | Download PEP Bibliography | Report a Data Error | About

WARNING! This text is printed for personal use. It is copyright to the journal in which it originally appeared. It is illegal to redistribute it in any form.