By Peter Fonagy
Winner of the 2003 Gradiva Award and the 2003 Goethe Award for Psychoanalytic Scholarship
Arguing for the significance of attachment and emotionality within the constructing human attention, 4 popular analysts discover and refine the techniques of mentalization and impact rules. Their daring, vigorous, and inspiring imaginative and prescient for psychoanalytic therapy combines parts of developmental psychology, attachment idea, and psychoanalytic procedure. Drawing generally on case stories and up to date analytic literature to demonstrate their rules, Fonagy, Gergely, Jurist, and objective provide versions of psychotherapy perform which could let the sluggish improvement of mentalization and have an effect on law even in sufferers with lengthy histories of violence or overlook.
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Extra info for Affect Regulation, Mentalization, and the Development of Self
Thus we see inadequate early parenting as creating a vulnerability that may become destructive of development and seriously pathogenic if later experience is unfavorable, either in terms of failing to facilitate the later development of mentalization or explicitly calling for the use of the faults in self-development for defensive purposes. These factors interact, and the likelihood of surviving psychological assault improves if mentalizing is freely available to interpret the perpetrator’s behavior (Fonagy, Steele, Steele, Higgitt, and Target 1994).
Our only regret is that despite ingenious, tactful, and sometimes desperate efforts to keep the production of this book to schedule, we were not able to reward her with a complete manuscript. We are also grateful to our publisher, Dr. Michael Moskowitz, whose vision about a new kind of psychoanalytic press we share and are extremely pleased to be participating in. We are particularly grateful for his patience, as this book, born of work in four countries and on two continents, slowly progressed to final completion.
The design stance would be based on knowledge of the design of the computer, including the programming that had gone into its development. The third approach consists of predicting what might be the computer’s most rational move. Here we attribute to the computer certain beliefs and desires—in other words, regulation by intentional states. 1 “Theory of mind” is an interconnected set of beliefs and desires, attributed to explain a person’s behavior. The theory-of-mind concept has great explanatory value.