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(1954). NOTAS E INFORMACIONES. Rev. psicoanál., 11(3):413-419. […]
 . . . y Arminda Pichon Rivière: Escritos básicos de Mélanie Klein y su escuela. 15 clases. Dr. Enrique Pichon . . . y Arminda Pichon Rivière: Escritos básicos de Mélanie Klein y su escuela. 14 clases. Dr. Enrique Pichon . . .
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(1956). News, Notes and Comments. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 37:514-517. […]
 . . . greetings conveyed to him through these lines. The Melanie Klein Trust Dr. Elliot Jaques, Hon. Secretary of the . . . Trust, writes: A charitable scientific trust called The Melanie Klein Trust was established on 1 February 1955. . . . to the very great contribution made by Melanie Klein to the theory and technique of psycho-analysis . . . created and developed by Sigmund Freud. Mrs. Klein, by extending her researches into early infancy, . . . of children and psychotics. The Trustees of The Melanie Klein Trust are: Mrs. Melanie Klein (Chairman), Elliot Jaques, M.A., . . .
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(1959). ASOCIACIÓN PSICOANALÍTICA ARGENTINA MEMORIA Y BALANCE GENERAL: Del XVI Ejercicio cerrado el 31 de marzo de 1959. Rev. psicoanál., 16(4):464-473. […]
 . . . semestr., Dr. Jorge Mom. Escritos básicos de Melanie Klein y su escuela, 19 sem., 2 semestr., . . . que versaron principalmente sobre la obra de Melanie Klein, además de ciertos temas de interés específico . . .
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(1959). NOTAS Y COMENTARIOS. Rev. psicoanál., 16(3):282-307. […]
 . . . (Nueva York). 11.15 Jeanne Lampl-de Groot (Amsterdam): Sobre la adolescencia. 11.45 Melanie Klein (Londres): Acerca del sentimiento de soledad. Lunes . . . la noche: Ana Freud y H. Hartmann: Desarrollo primitivo. Melanie Klein: Desarrollo primitivo. Fischer: Sueños. Bárbara Lantos: Aspectos técnicos. “En la . . . S. R.: Child Centered Group Guidance of Parents. Klein, Melanie: La Psychoanalyse des enfants. Alexander, F. y French, . . . de Freud. 3. Lo mismo con respecto de Melanie Klein, Fairbairn, Sullivan y otros. 4. Tentativa de una . . . L. Grinberg y A. Fontana: Escritos básicos de Melanie Klein y su escuela. 1. Melanie Klein: Primeros estadios del conflicto . . . Psicoanálisis de niños. Cap. VIII, pág. 139. 2. Melanie Klein: Contribución a la psicogénesis de los estados . . . Rev. de Psic., tomo IV, nọ 3. 3. Melanie Klein: El duelo y su relación con los . . . Rev. de Psicoanálisis, tomo VII, nọ 3. 4. Melanie Klein: Notas sobre los mecanismos esquizoides. Rev. de . . . Psicoanálisis de niños (Cap. IX al XII). 7. Melanie Klein: Envidia y gratitud. 5. Dres. D. Liberman, J. . . .
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(1959). The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child (An Annual) 11, 1956: Elizabeth R. Zetzel, M.D. (Boston). 'An Approach to the Relation between Concept and Content in Psychoanalytic Theory (with special reference to the work of Melanie Klein and her followers).' Pp. 99–124.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 40:74. […]
 . . . (with special reference to the work of Melanie Klein and her followers).' Pp. 99–124. International Journal . . . (with special reference to the work of Melanie Klein and her followers).' Pp. 99–124. In addition to . . . with unconscious value. It is obviously essential, if Melanie Klein's work is to be correlated within the . . .
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(1961). MELANIE KLEIN. Rev. psicoanál., 18(1):50-55. […]
 . . . Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: MELANIE KLEIN Revista de Psicoanálisis (1961). Revista de Psicoanálisis, . . . Revista de Psicoanálisis (1961). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 18(1):50-55 MELANIE KLEIN* Contribución del Dr. Hoffer Hemos venido esta noche para . . . pensar en nuestro Miembro desaparecido, la Sra. Melanie Klein, y para hablar de ella. Su muerte fué . . . Sociedad Británica había llegado a atesorar. A Melanie ————————————— * Texto de los discursos pronunciados en la . . . Londres, 5 de octubre de 1960. - 50 - Klein se unieron otros Miembros, por ejemplo Joan . . . como intermediarios. Pero le estaba reservado a Melanie Klein iluminar la escena de la temprana niñez . . . el mundo. Esta noche oiremos hablar acerca de Melanie Klein a aquellos que desean hacerlo sobre sus . . . doctor Gillespie acaba de rendir tributo a Melanie Klein como gran psicoanalista, en nombre de las . . . al estar en contacto con la señora Klein uno se sentía siempre en contacto con . . . siempre en contacto con la grandeza. Conocer a Melanie Klein, recibir sus enseñanzas, trabajar con ella fueron . . .
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(1962). MEMORIA Y BALANCE GENERAL DEL XIXọ EJERCICIO CERRADO EL 31 DE MARZO DE 1962. Rev. psicoanál., 19(3):287-298. […]
 . . . A.P.A. estuvo dedicado a la Obra de Melanie Klein. Integraron el Comité Organizador del mismo, presidido . . . Aspectos Teóricos: Dra. Arminda Aberastury: La influencia de Melanie Klein en el desarrollo del psicoanálisis de niños . . . dinámica a través de los conceptos de Melanie Klein. d) Trabajos de Revisión: Dres. Fidias R. Cesio, María . . . a la luz de las contribuciones de Melanie Klein. Grupo de estudio dirigido por el Dr. Arnaldo . . . conceptos sobre manía en la obra de Melanie Klein. Dr. Enrique Pichon Rivière: El concepto de Enfermedad . . . de Enfermedad única, en la obra de Melanie Klein y sus continuadores (Relato). Dres. Matilde W. de . . . concepto de reparación en la teoría de Melanie Klein. Dres. Joel Zac y Jorge Carpinacci: El fracaso . . . relaciones objetales tempranas en Freud y M. Klein. Dra. Raquel Soifer: Coincidencias entre los señalamientos de . . . Coincidencias entre los señalamientos de Freud y Melanie Klein sobre el tema de la melancolía vistas . . . sobre Enseñanza: Dra. Marie Langer: El aporte de Melanie Klein al análisis didáctico (Relato). Dres. Marie Langer, Janine . . .
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(1965). TRABAJOS DE MELANIE KLEIN Y DE LA ESCUELA INGLESA EN ORDEN CRONOLÓGICO. Rev. psicoanál., 22(3):212-214. […]
 . . . Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: TRABAJOS DE MELANIE KLEIN Y DE LA ESCUELA INGLESA EN ORDEN . . . Psicoanálisis (1965). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 22(3):212-214 TRABAJOS DE MELANIE KLEIN Y DE LA ESCUELA INGLESA EN ORDEN . . . Y DE LA ESCUELA INGLESA EN ORDEN CRONOLÓGICO Klein, Melanie: The Development of a Child. (El desarrollo . . . Contributions to Psycho-Analysis. The Hogarth Press. 1948. Londres. Klein, Melanie: The Role of the School in the . . . de Psicoanálisis, t. IV, nọ 1, Bs. As. Klein, Melanie: A Contributions to the Psicogenesis of Tics. . . . la Revista de Psicoanálisis, tomo VII, nọ 4. Klein, Melanie: The Psychological Principles of Infant Analysis. (Los . . . la Rev. de Psicoanálisis, tomo VII, nọ 4. Klein, Melanie: Symposium on Child Analysis. (Simposio sobre Psicoanálisis . . . la Rev. de Psicoanálisis, tomo VII, nọ 4. Klein, Melanie: Criminal Tendencies in Normal Children, 1927. (Tendencias . . . la Revista de Psicoanálisis, tomo X, n: 4. Klein, Melanie: Early Stages of the Oedipus Conflict, 1928. . . . Psych. The Hogarth Press, London, Second Impression, 1950. Klein, Melanie: Personification in the Play of Children. (Personificación . . .
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(1981). Abstracts of Outstanding Papers Published in Psychoanalytical Journals in 1977. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 8:101-118. […]
 . . . CONCEPT OF OBJECT IN THE WORK OF MELANIE KLEIN For Melanie Klein, the object is deeply rooted in the . . . is one of the main contributions of Melanie Klein to psychoanalysis. It allowed her to discover . . . another. VALIDITE DU CONCEPT D'OBJET DANS L'OEUVRE DE MELANIE KLEIN Selon Mélanie Klein, l'objet se trouve profondément enraciné dans le . . . GLTIGKEIT DES BEGRIFFS DES OBJEKTES IM WERK MELANIE KLEINS Für Melanie Klein ist das Objekt tief im System . . . CONCEPTO DE OBJETO EN LA OBRA DE MELANIE KLEIN Para Melanie Klein, el objeto se encuentra arraigado en el . . . feeling or having love, and based on Melanie Klein's ideas on the splitting of the positive . . . in the primitive emotional development stage, which Melanie Klein termed Sadistic Penis Omnipotence or Maximum Sadic . . . en se basant sur les idées de Mélanie Klein à propos du clivage des parties négatives . . . au stade de développement émotionnel primaire, que Mélanie Klein appelait 'Omnipotence sadique du pénis ou stade . . . weit häufiger im primitiven emotionellen Entwicklungsstadium, das Melanie Klein als Sadistische Penis Omnipotenz oder das Maximale . . .
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(1982). Scientific Forum on the Psychoanalytic Approach to the Nature and Location of Pathogenesis. Bul. Anna Freud Centre, 5(2):87-152. […]
 . . . as you know. Later on there was Melanie Klein and the deviation by Rank; and nowadays . . . such structures do not exist—that's Kernberg and Melanie Klein, for example—and others hypothesize a direct impact . . .
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(1982). The Conceptual Distinction between Projective Identification (Klein) and Container-Contained (Bion): Donald Meltzer (Oxford) with Guiliana Milana (Rome) Susanna Maiello (Rome) and Diomire Petrelli (Naples). J. Child Psychother., 8(2):185-202. […]
 . . . In her 1946 paper on schizoid mechanisms, Melanie Klein described the operation of an omnipotent phantasy . . . claustrum were ably described as early as Melanie Klein's explorations of the pregenital oedipus complex and . . . personality and body, as originally described by Melanie Klein. In that case the term “projective identification” . . . -the unconscious omnipotent phantasy, mechanism of defence (Melanie Klein) Claustrum—the inside of the object penetrated by intrusive . . .
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(1984). Risposta di Giordano Fossi alle Note di Giovanni Hautmann e Giuseppe Di Chiara. Rivista Psicoanal., 30(2):324-325. […]
 . . . Gill, Rubinstein, Holt, Swanson, Ramzy, G. S. Klein, Kubie, Spence e così via, senza parlare . . . autori che hanno prima di me criticato Melanie Klein. Ai dibattiti che queste posizioni teoriche hanno . . . lavoro di G. Fossi “Sigmund Freud e Melanie Klein: Le colpe del padre”, apparso nel IV . . .
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(1993). An Interview with Christopher Bollas. Psychoanal. Dial., 3(3):401-430. […]
 . . . the field of consideration. CB: Yes and no. Melanie Klein's theory brilliantly imagines the power of instincts . . . right out of Hartmann rather than, say, Melanie Klein, not to speak of Lacan. CB: In some . . . some ways this is quite true. But Klein and Lacan are simply writing about different . . .
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(1995). Interviews. J. Child Psychother., 21(3):347-359. […]
 . . . was a group in Berlin (from which Melanie Klein emanated) who began working with children and . . . of as equivalent to free associations (unlike Melanie Klein). For Anna Freud, play was very much . . . say anything that was personally critical of Melanie Klein. She was critical of Klein's view and . . .
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(1998). Entretien avec Joyce McDougall par Nicole Minazio. Rev. Belg Psychanal., 33:81-93. […]
 . . . connaissait pas les écoles anglaises, pas même Melanie Klein. Alors, j'ai proposé de faire venir Winnicott, . . .
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(2006). Christer Sjödin Interviews Jan Stensson. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 15(1):3-12. […]
 . . . analysand's projective identification, as did his analysand Melanie Klein, but on investigating his own shortcomings and . . .
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(2009). Black, D. M., ed. Psychoanalysis and religion in the 21st century. Competitors or collaborators? New York: Routledge, 2006. 278 pp.. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 18(1):60-62. […]
 . . . and professional disciplines. Mills, J., ed. Other banalities. Melanie Klein revisited. New York: Routledge, 2006. 254 pp. Jon . . . Hinshelwood, Jon Mills, Michael Rustin, Roberg Maxwell Young. Melanie Klein remains one of the indispensable coordinates for . . . directions for psychoanalysis across the disciplines. Peter L. Rudnytsky Melanie Klein is one of the few analysts whose . . .
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(2010). TRACCE. Psicoter. Sci. Um., 44(1):77-96. […]
 . . . materno, relazione che è stata analizzata da Melanie Klein e dai suoi allievi. Qual è il . . . alle formulazioni freudiane? J.L.: Per quel che riguarda Melanie Klein, non si può assolutamente parlare di una . . . di natura. Siamo ben lungi da ciò. Melanie Klein si mantiene nella scia dell'esperienza freudiana, e . . . pedagogica all'interno dell'esperienza specificamente analitica, mentre invece Melanie Klein, proprio a livello della psicoanalisi infantile, preserva . . . finalità strutturano l'esperienza condotta da Anna Freud. Melanie Klein mantiene nel bambino la purezza dell'esperienza e . . . esatta collocazione. Così, nella maniera in cui Melanie Klein teorizza la funzione del fantasma nelle sue . . . Ma la prima cosa è registrare, come Melanie Klein, il fatto constatato, anche se un fatto . . . In altri termini, i frutti dell'esperienza di Melanie Klein e della sua scuola restano un risultato . . . empiria, come nel caso delle ricerche di Melanie Klein, e che non sia nemmeno logos distaccato . . . phenomenology, his opinions on other psychoanalytic schools (Melanie Klein, the neo-Freudians, North American ego psychology of . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: P. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . a somewhat different basis, the position of Melanie Klein follows this tendency of Freud's to seek . . . position paranoïde.–I.: posizione paranoide.–P.: posição paranóide. According to Melanie Klein, a mode of object-relations which is specific . . . that is at issue 2. Nor is it Melanie Klein's intention to challenge the nosological distinction between . . . students. CHRONOLOGY 1929 Early precursor ideas. 1946 The paranoid-schizoid position (Klein, Melanie, 1946, ‘Notes on some schizoid mechanisms’; Rosenfeld, . . . the phases of the ‘development of object love’. Melanie Klein's work follows the direction first pointed out . . . writers (Karen Horney, Helene Deutsch, Ernest Jones, Melanie Klein) have debated the Freudian thesis which treats . . . phallus received in coitus inside her body. Melanie Klein's idea of the ‘combined parent’* extends the . . . so on, as in the writings of Melanie *Klein. But do phantasies have, or do . . . the opposition between activity and passivity*. By contrast, Melanie Klein's school, on the basis of the analysis . . . first, objectless state of extra-uterine existence. For Melanie Klein, there is no justification for speaking of . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: S. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . is especially marked in the writings of Melanie Klein and her followers. (α) It was Krafft-Ebing who . . . least unconscious, as in the work of Melanie Klein and her followers. At first Freud (1915) thought . . . style of patients who ultimately developed schizophrenia. Melanie Klein elucidated some of the schizoid mechanisms: according . . . dell’ oggetto.–P.: clivagem do objeto. Mechanism described by Melanie Klein and considered by her to be the . . . our commentary on ‘Splitting of the Ego’. Melanie Klein's conceptions claim to be based on certain . . . which Freud here assigns to the ego. Melanie Klein could be said to be pursuing the . . . be observed as from the preoedipal stages (Melanie Klein); or, at any rate, that very early . . . sphincter-control (cf. ‘Psycho-Analysis of Sexual Habits’). For Melanie Klein's followers a super-ego exists from the oral . . . instinct. CHRONOLOGY 1926 Unconscious guilt and the harsh superego (Klein, Melanie, 1927, ‘Criminal tendencies in normal children’). 1929 Multiple . . . objects. 1932 The superego and the death instinct (Klein, Melanie, 1932, ‘Early stages of the Oedipus conflict . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: K. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . handy to see definitions and discussion. Index KERNBERG, OTTO KHAN, MASUD KLEIN PRECIS KLEIN, MELANIE KLEINIAN GROUP KLEINIAN THEORY KNOT KNOWLEDGE KOHUT, HEINZ KOREA KRIS, ERNST KRISTEVA, JULIA KERNBERG, OTTO KERNBERG, . . . introjecting good objects and good mental nourishment. J. A. KLEIN, MELANIE KLEIN, MELANIE (1882-1960) Skelton, R. (Ed.). (2006). The Edinburgh . . . (Ed.). (2006). The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis. Melanie Klein is the founder of a child psychoanalytic . . . between those loyal to Anna Freud and Melanie Klein could no longer be contained. The ensuing . . . the Xth World Congress of Psychiatry, 23-8 August. Melanie Klein Auchincloss, E. L. and Samberg, E. (2012). . . . and Samberg, E. (2012). Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts. Melanie Klein was one of the most important figures . . . apparent change is a hallmark of Joseph's work. Melanie Klein Hinshelwood (1991). A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought Biography Melanie Klein . . . that shortly before the First World War Melanie Klein's husband, Arthur, worked in the same office . . . brother. It is possible that this was Melanie Klein's path to her first analysis. It seems . . . and Fine, B. (1990). Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts Melanie Klein is one of the most influential psychoanalysts . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: E. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . the internal world); and in writings after Klein, anxiety has been conceived predominantly in this . . . anxiety). CHRONOLOGY 1927 Attacks on mother's body with retaliation (Klein, Melanie, 1928, ‘Early stages of the Oedipus conflict’; Klein, Melanie, . . . with loss of the internal good object (Klein, Melanie, 1935, ‘A contribution to the psychogenesis of . . . contribution to the psychogenesis of manic-depressive states’; Klein, Melanie, 1945, ‘The Oedipus complex in the light . . . ego, due to death instinct working within (Klein, Melanie, 1946, ‘Notes on some schizoid mechanisms’). One aspect . . . aspect of the unique way in which Klein approached psychoanalysis was her particular attention to . . . pain (unpleasure) as the build-up of undischarged energy: Melanie Klein described something similar to the pleasure principle . . . in an acute schizophrenic’. 1957 Klein's theoretical exposition (Klein, Melanie, 1957, Envy and Gratitude). 1971 Envy and structure . . . activity, the very earliest moments of life. Klein had always accepted Freud's hypothetical descriptions of . . . but the group of analysts associated with Melanie Klein in the 1940s found themselves confronted with . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: C. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . instill moral values in their young patients. Melanie Klein is usually credited with initiating a play . . . with initiating a play technique with children. Klein set forth a technique of play therapy . . . (2006). The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis. child psychotherapy Melanie Klein was from the early 1920s among the . . . unificados, imago de pais unificados. Term introduced by Melanie Klein to denote an infantile sexual theory expressed . . . the sexes and the castration of women. Melanie Klein proposes a very different genesis for it . . . explain it by a model, based on Melanie Klein's concept of the paranoid-schizoid position and Bion's . . . special reference to the depressive position’ by Melanie Klein, discussed at two meetings. These papers were . . . it was entered into by three women: Melanie Klein, Anna Freud and the President of the . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: T. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . questions about sexuality. 1921 Using toys and play (Klein, Melanie, 1920, ‘The development of a child’; Klein, Melanie, 1955, . . . history and significance’). 1926 Confrontation with Anna Freud (Klein, Melanie, 1926, ‘The psychological principles of early analysis’). 1934 . . . the fear (phantasies) to the extent that Melanie Klein did. (Riviere, 1952, p. 8) Klein's technique emphasized . . . the infant in the patient. I The Play Technique Melanie Klein first saw Freud in 1918 when she . . . writings of Anna Freud and those of Melanie Klein. The former approached her work with children . . . of child development at the time, whilst Klein more simply observed clinical situations and the . . . approaches to implementing therapeutic aims. For example, Melanie Klein and her followers attempted in analysis to . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: A. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . 1925 (Hilda Abraham, 1974). He was persuaded by Melanie Klein to analyse her in 1924, though this . . . ANALYSIS]. Though Abraham, like Freud, barely mentions Klein, it is possible that his own observations . . . observations in 1924 drew from the material Melanie Klein was reporting from 1919 onwards. Abraham, Hilda (1974) . . . of enormous sadism in the young child (Klein, Melanie, 1922, ‘Inhibitions and difficulties in puberty’; Klein, Melanie, 1927, . . . origins of the superego, guilt and remorse (Klein, Melanie, 1933, ‘The early development of conscience in . . . of conscience in the child’). 1929 Infantile anxiety-situations (Klein, Melanie, 1929, ‘Infantile anxiety-situations reflected in a work . . . as a manifestation of the death instinct (Klein, Melanie, 1932, The Psycho-Analysis of Children). 1935 Depressive position . . . 1932, The Psycho-Analysis of Children). 1935 Depressive position (Klein, Melanie, 1935, ‘A contribution to the psychogenesis of . . . contribution to the psychogenesis of manic-depressive states’). When Klein started her work in 1918-19, orthodox Freudian . . . trends have been underscored by those who–with Melanie Klein–insist upon the predominant part played by the . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: N. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . would be secondary to disillusionment. If, with Melanie Klein, one contends that awareness of an object-relation, . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: F. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . external figures and another linked to internal objects. Melanie Klein, whose work greatly influenced Fairbairn, postulated a . . . of the antagonism between Anna Freud and Melanie Klein had the unfortunate effect that new psychoanalytic . . . Anxiety connected with attacks on mother's body (Klein, Melanie, 1928, ‘Early stages of the Oedipus conflict’; Klein, Melanie, . . . Children). 1945 Feminine phase and the depressive position (Klein, Melanie, 1945, ‘The Oedipus complex in the light . . . the light of early anxieties’). During the mid-1920s Klein became convinced that her technique allowed her . . . drive), Princess Marie Bonaparte (literature and analysis), Melanie *Klein (super-ego, guilt, mother-child dialectic), Anna *Freud . . . and psychoanalytic feminism has looked rather to Melanie Klein than to Freud. Klein provided a significant modification . . . of Psychoanalysis which under the influence of Melanie Klein gave primacy to projection over introjection. In . . . pioneered by Hug-Hellmuth, and in opposition to Melanie Klein. Although her opposition was later modified (Anna . . . in the field of child analysis was Melanie Klein, who had moved to England and started . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: I. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . underscored the defensive function fulfilled by idealisation–notably Melanie Klein. For Klein, idealisation of the object is essentially . . . the connection with the exalted love object. Melanie Klein emphasised the defensive function of idealisation in . . . be developed by Abraham and, later, by Melanie Klein (see ‘Oral-Sadistic Stage’). Actually incorporation contains three meanings: . . . Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis. dyspraxia Early observations by Freud and Melanie Klein of babies and young children focused on . . . a means of managing the internal world (Klein, Melanie, 1927, ‘Criminal tendencies in normal children’). Multiple internal . . . children’). Multiple internal objects (imagos making up superego) (Klein, Melanie, 1929a, ‘Personification in the play of children’). 1935 . . . of children’). 1935 Loss of good internal object (Klein, Melanie, 1935, ‘A contribution to the psychogenesis of . . . manic-depressive states’). 1946 Splitting of objects and self (Klein, Melanie, 1946, ‘Notes on some schizoid mechanisms’). The idea . . . who adhered to Freud's death instinct theory, Melanie *Klein being prominent among them, and those . . . important part for such writers as Abraham and–particularly–Melanie Klein, who sought to describe the phantasied comings . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: D. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . and life instincts in all its force: Melanie Klein and her followers go so far as . . . the two types of instinct invoked by Melanie Klein are antagonistic to each other as regards . . . phantasy, idealisation*, identification with the aggressor*, etc. Melanie Klein describes what she considers to be very . . . me, this work cannot be done.’ Williams, following Melanie Klein, has emphasised the defensive function of much . . . constellation of paranoid defences (originally called by Klein the ‘paranoid position’, but later dropped) and . . . statement of change on reaching whole objects (Klein, Melanie, 1935, ‘A contribution to the psychogenesis of . . . the loss of the internal loved object (Klein, Melanie, 1940, ‘Mourning and its relation to manic-depressive . . . and its relation to manic-depressive states’). Around 1932 Klein finally accepted that she was on an . . . position dépressive.–I.: posizione depressiva.–P.: posição depressiva. According to Melanie Klein, a modality of object-relations which is established . . . a stable way that guarantees security. As regards Melanie Klein's choice of the word ‘position’, the reader . . .
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(2016). PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary: O. PEP Consolidated Psychoanalytic Glossary, 1. […]
 . . . shape his actions. An approach such as Melanie Klein's lends even more weight to this idea: . . . mind. CHRONOLOGY 1920 The classical Oedipus complex in children (Klein, Melanie, 1920, ‘The development of a child’). 1928 Pregenital . . . Oedipus complex and the inverted Oedipus complex (Klein, Melanie, 1928, ‘Early stages of the Oedipus complex’). 1932 . . . Disconnecting the superego from the Oedipus complex (Klein, Melanie, 1932, The Psycho Analysis of Children (Part . . . The Psycho Analysis of Children (Part 1I); Klein, Melanie, 1933, ‘The early development of conscience in . . . The Oedipus complex and the depressive position (Klein, Melanie, 1940, ‘Mourning and its relation to manic-depressive . . . ‘Mourning and its relation to manic-depressive states’; Klein, Melanie, 1945, ‘The Oedipus complex in the light . . . early anxieties’). Orthodox psychoanalysis at the time when Klein started her work had established that the . . . to object-relationships has led certain psycho-analysts (notably Melanie Klein and Bertram D. Lewin) to describe the . . . and aggressiveness directed towards a single object). With Melanie Klein oral sadism takes on added importance. Indeed . . .
 
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