2 edition of investigation of psychological mechanisms in obsessional patients. found in the catalog.
investigation of psychological mechanisms in obsessional patients.
Marie Andree Liddell
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) - North East London Polytechnic, Psychology Department, 1976.
An investigation of traumatic life events and obsessive-compulsive disorder Kiara R. Cromera,, Norman B. Schmidta, Dennis L. Murphyb aDepartment of Psychology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL , USA bLaboratory of Clinical Science, NIMH, USA Received 28 February ; received in revised form 7 August ; accepted 29 August. - Psychotic adolescents requiring some form of physical treatment, or so disturbed as to need urgent hospital care, are properly admitted to a mental-hospital ward among adult patients; but correct disposal of other young patients who need psychological- investigation or treatment in hospital is less furniture-of-ironforge.com by:
In psychology, intellectualization is a defense mechanism by which reasoning is used to block confrontation with an unconscious conflict and its associated emotional stress – where thinking is used to avoid feeling. It involves removing one's self, emotionally, from a stressful event. The obsessional thinking then serves as a defense mechanism in an attempt to protect her ego. The trouble is that it does not work. So, from a psychodynamic perspective, the repeated thoughts and behaviors, while self destructive and unsuccessful, are attempts to gain control over the situation, her anxiety and her awful feelings of humiliation.
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Psychological interventions have been described for obsessive-compulsive disorder since the time of Freud. However, despite extensive writing about the disorder, OCD was generally considered to be virtually untreatable for over 50 years.
In Victor Meyer described the successful treatment of two people with OCD by what would now be considered as the forerunner of modern day CBT treatments.
An Investigation of Psychological Mechanisms in Obsessional Patients. Author: Liddell, M. ISNI: Awarding Body: King's College London (University of London) Current Institution: King's College London (University of London) Date of Award: An investigation of psychological mechanisms in obsessional patients.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of London, Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Cited by: 5. Obsessive-compulsive neurosis: A cognitive-behavioral formulation and approach to treatment.
Authors; M. A.,?. investigation of psychological mechanisms in obsessional patients. Styles of decision-making and probability appraisal in selected obsessional and phobia furniture-of-ironforge.com by: Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Vol.
15, pp. to Pergamon Press, Printed in Northern Ireland RITUALISTIC ACTIVITY IN OBSESSIONAL PATIENTS* H. BEECH RITUALS and their performances have for many years been a lush hunting ground for Cited by: Aug 08, · Unfortunately, many OCD patients tend to lack those adaptive coping skills while in the throes of the disorder, according to a new German study published in the journal Cognitive Therapy and Research.
OCD is a complex psychological condition in which the patient suffers from persistent unwanted thoughts and high levels of furniture-of-ironforge.com: Traci Pedersen. This preliminary study examined how patients' defense mechanisms and psychotherapists' techniques influence early alliance formation.
The authors assessed the relationships among defense mechanisms, therapist interventions, and the development of alliance in a sample of 12 patients undergoing Brief Psychodynamic Investigation (4 sessions).Cited by: Theorized Psychological Mechanisms of CBT Treatments for PTSD.
PE therapy is founded in emotional processing theory (EPT) [21, 22].According to EPT, a fear structure is a representation in memory that serves as a program for escaping danger; this structure includes representations of feared stimuli, responses, and the meaning of stimuli and furniture-of-ironforge.com by: The case of a patient’s obsessive thoughts inspired Sigmund Freud to share his observations in the case study Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis.
1 Referring to the man using the pseudonym ‘Rat Man’, Freud describes in depth how persistent, obsessive thoughts led him to irrational, compulsive behavior, such as cutting his own throat with a razor blade.
The psychodynamic approach includes all the theories in psychology that see human functioning based upon the interaction of drives and forces within the person, particularly unconscious, and between the different structures of the personality. Freud’s psychoanalysis was the original psychodynamic theory.
Patients with Obsessional Slowness (OS) exhibit extreme slowness in the execution of some everyday tasks, such as washing and eating. This may be due to time-consuming rituals, checking behaviour. The subjects included 8 obsessional patients, and up to non-clinical furniture-of-ironforge.comy, the findings were that normal obsessions are a common experience and they resemble the form of abnormal.
This study explored differences in defense use between a group of predominantly African American women diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD; n = 20) and a healthy control sample (n = [The role of inhibition in obsessional-compulsive disorders.] on the basis of their likely beneficial impact on underlying psychological mechanisms.
included 8 obsessional patients, and up. Rationalization – Subconscious justifications, excuses or reasonings given to make a behavior seem logical — “A student fails the final he didn’t study for and says “I couldn’t have passed it anyway – that teacher has it in for me.” Rationalization is included at the beginning of any list of defense mechanisms because it’s so frequently recognized as “being defensive”.
Rat Man" was the nickname given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whose "case history" was published as Bemerkungen über einen Fall von Zwangsneurose ['Notes Upon A Case of Obsessional Neurosis'] (). This was the second of six case histories that Freud published, and the first in which he claimed that the patient had been cured by psychoanalysis.
Investigating correlations between defense mechanisms and pathological personality characteristics Research · December with 33 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a relatively common, and often disabling, psychiatric disorder.2, 3 It is characterized by obsessions (unwanted, recurrent intrusive thoughts that cause anxiety) and compulsions (repetitive behaviors that the patient feels driven to perform, often in response to an obsession) which generally coexist.4 Cited by: Accounts of Freud’s treatment of individual clients were key to his work, including the development of psychodynamic theory and stages of psychosexual furniture-of-ironforge.com the psychoanalyst’s use of case studies to support his ideas makes it difficult for us to prove or disprove Freud’s theories, they do provide fascinating insights into his day-to-day consultations with clients and offer.
However, we believe that the systematic assessment of defense mechanisms may improve psychological diagnosis of cancer patients' capacities to deal with the consequences of the disease. Screening programs may be effective in identifying poor copers to Cited by: 5.
For most patients with delusional disorder, some form of supportive therapy is helpful. The goals of supportive therapy include facilitating treatment adherence and providing education about the.The Psychological Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Solomon and his colleagues also attempted to reduce the com-pulsive jumping behaviour of their "obsessive-compulsive" dogs, using various techniques, the most effective of which involved a combination of procedures now known as ERP.The Psychology of Stalking is the first scholarly book on stalking ever published.
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