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(1991). Subject Index. Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications, 231-238.

(1991). Subject Index. Conflict and Compromise: Therapeutic Implications , 231-238

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Subject Index

Abstraction, levels of, 27-30
Acting out
components of, 24-25
as compromise formation, 21-22
Adhesive identification, 123
definition of, 17
origins of, 17
signal function of, 44-45, 46
Agglomeration, 122-123, 177
Agglutination, 122-123, 176-177
Aggressive drives, 216-217
active, 111-112
as extrospective or introspective-empathic observer, 155-156
as good new object, 13-14
idealization of, 147-148
as participant observer, 159-160
as “rescuer,” 13
role of, in vicissitudes of inner conflict, 4-5
sensitivity of, 111
Analytic exploration, 53-56
Anticipation, capacity for, 34
Autistic objects, 122n
Average expectable environment, 2
Basic faults, concept of, 8
Bisexuality, conflict associated with, 36
Bizarre objects, 121-122, 122-123n
Borderline patient
conflict and deficit in, 77-94
psychoanalytically oriented treatment of, 80-93, 139
Borderline personality, 111
active analyst with, 111-112
descriptive features of, 77
DSM-III definition of, 77
ego deficits in, 195-196
psychoanalytic definition of, 78
Breastfeeding, developmental conflict in, 38
Bridge experience, 110-111
Character disorder, 112-113
clinical illustrations of, 68-76

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