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Human bonding psych

Nirit Gordon
Dissociation leaves a psychic void and a lingering sense of psychic absence. How do 2 people bond while they are both suffering from dissociation? The author explores the notion of a dissociative bond that occurs in the aftermath of trauma--a bond that holds at its core an understanding and shared detachment from the self. Such a bond is confined to unspoken terms that are established in the relational unconscious. The author proposes understanding the dissociative bond as a transitional space that may not lead to full integration of dissociated knowledge yet offers some healing...
2013: Journal of Trauma & Dissociation
Derek C Dorris
The assumption that the contents of our conscious visual experience directly control our fine-tuned, real-time motor activity has been challenged by neurological and psychophysical evidence that suggest the two processes work semi-independently of each other. Clark [Clark, A. (2001). Visual experience and motor action: Are the bonds too tight? The Philosophical Review, 110, 495-519; Clark, A. (2002). Is seeing all it seems? Action, reason and the grand illusion. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 9, 181-202; Clark, A...
September 2009: Consciousness and Cognition
Mario Rendon
Attachment theory and neurobiology are at the forefront of scientific research, particularly in the area of child psychiatry. Several authors have encountered a surprising isomorphism between findings in these areas and concepts central in psychoanalysis. The author postulates that attachment theory is an outcome of the history of the transformation of the old concept of libido now applied interpersonally. The author also postulates that the neurobiology of attachment mediates but does not substitute psychoanalysis for the final understanding of the human bond...
June 2008: American Journal of Psychoanalysis
Lucila Edelman, Diana Kordon
Argentina has gone through very difficult times during the last years and, in particularly, new kinds of social practices have emerged in order to cope with the crisis. This situation demands and urges a new type of reflection upon the double role of groups, as tools to transform reality and as a way to elaborate those processes regarding subjectivity. In this paper we analyse some topics regarding the groupal field (considering spontaneous groups as well as groupal devices that allow to elaborate the crisis)...
December 2002: Vertex: Revista Argentina de Psiquiatriá
P Redler
This is a study about grandparenthood and represents an approach to the organization of the human psychodynamics along the individual's development toward becoming a grandparent. Grandparenthood is an important function that has its roots in the nuclear oedipical bonds and in previous narcissistic relationships. It is not always, though, an idylic happy end, reached by the only fact of having been a parent and then a grandparent with many grandchildren. In this paper, the author expands on three basic items: The desire of the individual to become a grandparent...
March 1983: Acta Psiquiátrica y Psicológica de América Latina
J A Garland
This article offers a theory about the evolution of small group systems through a series of stages. It discusses the relationship of these stages to and their effect on the self-other and therapeutic interventive spheres in the long-term group treatment of children. The developmental unfolding is seen as universal to small groups and as operating on an interpersonal and collective level, distinguishable from individual psyches and close dyadic bonds but influenced by them. On an isomorphic level the group stages contain emotive, cognitive, and interactive themes and processes that parallel and evoke those of the bonding and work processes...
July 1992: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
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