The Experimental Study of Freudian TheoriesHans Jurgen Eysenck Glenn D. Wilson / Jun 17, 2019
The Experimental Study of Freudian Theories Part one Psychosexual Development LEON J YARROW The relationship between nutritive sucking experiences in infancy and non nutritive sucking in childhood FRIEDA GOLDMAN EISLER l l The problem of
Part one Psychosexual Development LEON J YARROW 1954 The relationship between nutritive sucking experiences in infancy and non nutritive sucking in childhood FRIEDA GOLDMAN EISLER l95l The problem of orality and of its origin in early childhood GERALD S BLUM and DANIEL R MILLER 1952 Exploring the psychoanalytic theory of the oral character PAULPart one Psychosexual Development LEON J YARROW 1954 The relationship between nutritive sucking experiences in infancy and non nutritive sucking in childhood FRIEDA GOLDMAN EISLER l95l The problem of orality and of its origin in early childhood GERALD S BLUM and DANIEL R MILLER 1952 Exploring the psychoanalytic theory of the oral character PAUL KLINE 1968 Obsessional traits, obsessional symptoms and anal erotism ALVIN SCODEL 1957 Heterosexual somatic preference and fantasy dependency Part two Oedipus and Castration Complexes CALVIN HALL 1963 Strangers in dreams an empirical confirmation of the Oedipus complex BERNARD J SCHWARTZ 1956 An empirical test of two Freudian hypotheses concerning castration anxiety IRVING SARNOFF and SETH M CORWIN 1959 Castration anxiety and the fear of death CALVIN HALL and ROBERT L VAN DE CASTLE 1965 An empirical investigation of the castration complex in dreams Part three Repression DAVID S HOLMES 1972 Repression or interference A further investigation GEORGE LEVINGER and JAMES CLARK 1961 Emotional factors in the forgetting of word associations JOSEPH ADELSON and JOAN REDMOND 1958 Personality differences in the capacity for verbal recall Part four Humour and Symbolism HARRY F GOLLOB and JACOB LEVINE 1967 Distraction as a factor in the enjoyment of aggressive humour H J EYSENCK and M SOUEIF 1972 An empirical test of the theory of sexual symbolism Part five Psychosomatics MARVIN STEIN and PERRY OTTENBERG 1958 Role of odours in asthma HOWARD M WOLOWITZ and SAMUEL WAGONFELD 1968 Oral derivatives in the food preferences of peptic ulcer patients YIZHAR EYLON 1967 Birth events, appendicitis and appendectomy Part six Neurosis, Psychosis and Psychotherapy HAROLD S ZAMANSKY 1958 An investigation of the psychoanalytic theory of paranoid delusions JOSEPH WOLPE and STANLEY RACHMAN i960 Psychoanalytic evidence a critique based on Freud s case of Little Hans S B G EYSENCK 1956 Neurosis and Psychosis an experimental analysis u.a.
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