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negative and positive contributions of psychoanalytic psychology to the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders The role of psychiatrists in the degradation and oppression of patients labelled and stigmatised as
of horror in Alien from psychoanalytic perspective The paper examines the element of horror in Ridley Scott s film Alien making references to the psychoanalytical works of Freud and Lacan
of social reality using the psychoanalytic approach Definitions of social reality are presented conceptualisation of fantasy in terms of the psychoanalytical theory is examined making references to the studies by
theories i e Freud s psychoanalytic theory Chomsky s behaviourist models of language learning Maslow s hierarchy of needs etc Watson study of psychology behaviourism C.PS.264 1500 words
comparing it to Freud s psychoanalytic theory of the subconscious Eric Berne Transactional Analysis C.PS.221 2450 words
development of self the social psychoanalytic self and subculture and gender The paper follows this with a critical analysis which focuses on the differences between subcultures The paper also aims
looks at the application of psychoanalytic theories in marketing and advertising discussing the ways of addressing the Id the Ego and the Superego in advertisements examining the techniques used in
killer Andrei Chikatilo applying a psychoanalytic approach The patterns of his behaviour towards the victims are described his profile as a well educated and law abiding family man is presented
S/MD/130. Woman as castrator: Psychoanalytic-feminist study of the mother and The Final Girl in the American slasher film.
S/MD/130. Woman as castrator: Psychoanalytic-feminist study of the mother and The Final Girl in the American slasher film. The paper looks at modern American horror films analysing the
PS/185. Child Development from a Psychoanalytic and Behaviourist viewpoint The paper examines psychoanalytic and behaviourist approaches to the features of child development CD arguing whether CD is a product of learnt behaviours or a biological make up
paper examines Sigmund Freud s psychoanalytic theory of personality reviewing his ideas about the structures of the mind free association psychosexual development etc Freud s contributions to psychology are critically
C/PS/52. Psychoanalytic Concept of Self The paper examines the psychoanalytic concept of self discussing its component parts i e the ego and self representations Related research is reviewed evaluating approaches used to explain behavioural
C/PS/59. Freud: Psychoanalytic Concept of Self The paper examines the psychoanalytic view of the self discussing its component parts i e the ego and self representations Related research over the last few decades is considered
S/P/326. Do you agree that the psychoanalytic theory of sexual development is revealed to the reader in fairy tales?
Do you agree that the psychoanalytic theory of sexual development is revealed to the reader in fairy tales? The paper examines the reflections of Freud s conception of the Oedipus
C/LI/22. What are the key arguments in psychoanalytic and Marxist approaches to literature? Identify areas of difference and similarity by applying these theories to 'The Great Gatsby'
are the key arguments in psychoanalytic and Marxist approaches to literature? Identify areas of difference and similarity by applying these theories to 'The Great Gatsby' The paper examines the differences
C/MD/31. Comparative study of the narrative theories of Todorov and Barthes with reference to Hitchcock's 'Spellbound'
the story reveals a deep psychoanalytic pattern of events that unfolds to show what could be called as a state of disruption or disequilibrium in Todorov s terms and this
to discontinue his alcohol dependency Psychoanalytic therapy is described in the context of Freud s theory The problems of delivering drugs and alcohol counselling service are addressed Drugs alcohol counselling
The techniques and impacts of psychoanalytic treatment are discussed Analytic psychology is compared to behavioural psychology showing the differences between them and observing their common ground Conclusions are made about
occult and the evil spirits Psychoanalytic and kinetic theories explaining the background for the belief in demons are reviewed focusing on the phenomenon of poltergeist Conclusions are made about the
of psychology and the basic psychoanalytic theories are outlined the status of psychology as a science is argued The problems of enhancing mental and physical health are addressed from the