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(1990). Subject Index. Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults, 225-232.

(1990). Subject Index. Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults , 225-232

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Subject Index

Acting in, 178
Acting out
definition of, 177
psychic structure and, 171
“Acting Out: A Reconsideration of the Concept”, 178
Actions, children's versus adult's, 187
Adaptation, 15-16
antisocial acts during, 200
biological changes during, 176
bodily experiences during, 202
changing intrapsychic organization during, 18-19, 170
correction of early disparities and distortions in, 34
as developmental phase, 10
developmental tasks of, 95-96, 148-149, 164-165
discontinuity of development in, 31
early, 165-166
character development in, 151-152
conflicts of, 115-116
consequences of, 107-121
drug use during, 114-115
importance of, 174, 213
loneliness and isolation in, 114-115
pain and humiliation of, 114
repression of memories of, 201-202
sexual conflicts during, 151-152
uncertainties of, 113
handling of trauma in, 200
identity consolidation during, 17
intensity of experience during, 112-113, 201
physical changes during, 192-193
psychic tasks of, 68-69, 74-76
self organization during, 18
sexual changes in, 132, 213
sexual conflicts during, 77, 176
in shaping adulthood, 163
transformational power of, 157
traumatic experiences of, 107-109
unique issues of, 199-200
Adolescent analysis
case studies of in adult therapy, 86-94
contributions of to adult analysis, 125-133
major contributors from, 3-20
significance of for clinical work
with adults, 81-94
Adolescent fixations, 149, 150-151, 174
and adult psychopathology, 67-69, 193
basis of, 156
effect of on therapeutic technique, 194
versus infantile fixations, 68
Adolescent neurosis, 200
adult treatment and, 95-105
termination of treatment by, 83-85, 133, 184-185
premature, 145-146, 175, 212-213
dynamic impact of, 69-70, 149-150
and oedipal fantasies, 70
Adult analysis
adolescent process and, 95-105
assumptions about techniques of, 56-57see also Analytical techniques, orthodoxies of
contributions of adolescent analysis to, 81-94, 125-133
contributions of child analysis to, 125-133, 170-171, 192
discontinuities in, 23-35
physiological change during and adolescent experience, 193-194
Adult psychopathology, adolescent fixation in, 67-79
Affectomotor phenomena, 15
Aggressive drives, 208
Analysis, new fields for application of, 8
“Analysis of a Phobia in a Five—year-old Boy”, 4, 136
“Analysis Terminable and Interminable”, 85
Analyst see Therapist
Analytical techniques
adolescent fixation and, 194
in ambiguous situations, 173-174
changes in, 8
education versus direction in, 187
evolution of, 81
influence of A.

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