Clinical Interaction and the Analysis of Meaning: A New Psychoanalytic Theory by Theo L. Dorpat, Michael L. Miller (Hardback, 1992)
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- DescriptionClinical Interaction and the Analysis of Meaning evinces a therapeutic vitality all too rare in works of theory. Rather than fleeing from the insights of other disciplines, Dorpat and Miller discover in recent research confirmation of the possibilities of psychoanalytic treatment. In Section I, Critique of Classical Theory, Dorpat proposes a radical revision of the tion of primary process consonant with contemporary cognitive science. Such a revised conception t only enlarges our understanding of the analytic process; it also provides analysis with a conceptual language that can articulate meaningful connections with a growing body of empirical research about the development and nature of human cognition. In Section II, Interactional Theory, Miller reverses the direction of inquiry. He begins with the literature on cognitive development and functioning, and proceeds to mine it for concepts relevant to the clinical process. He shows how a revised understanding of the operation of cognition and affect can impart new meaning to basic clinical concepts such as resistance, transference, and level of psychopathology. In Section III, Applications and Exemplifications, Dorpat concludes this exemplary collaboration by exploring select topics from the standpoint of his and Miller's new psychoanalytic theory. At the heart of the authors' endeavor it meaning analysis, a concept that integrates an up-to-date model of human information processing with the traditional goals of psychoanalysis. The patient approaches the clinical encounter, they argue, with cognitive-affective schemas that are the accumulatice product of his life experience to date; the manifold meanings ascribed to the clinical interaction must be understood as the product of these schemas rather than as distortions deriving from unconscious, drive-related fantasies. The therapist's goal is to make the patient's meaning-making conscious and thus available for introspection.
- Author BiographyTheo L. Dorpat, M.D., is Training and Supervising Analyst and former Director, Seattle Institute for Psychoanalysis, and Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington School of Medicine. The author of over 225 scientific publications, Dr. Dorpat has twice received the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society's Edward D. Hoedemaker Memorial Prize for best clinical case study. Michael L. Miller, Ph.D., is Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington School of Medicine, and Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington. He is currently completing psychoanalytic training at the Seattle Institute for Psychoanalysis.
- Author(s)Michael L. Miller,Theo L. Dorpat
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication12/09/1992
- SubjectPsychology: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationHillsdale
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintAnalytic Press,U.S.
- Weight672 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine30 mm
- Format DetailsUnsewn / adhesive bound
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