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According to this model, the dynamic unconscious is a nonaccommodating schema consisting of the unmastered painful residues of childhood and subsequent experience assimilated to it. The assimilation of persons from current life into the roles originally created by important childhood figures accounts for repetition phenomena and transference. Advan...
Over 12 years ago, a developmental level (DL) cognitive measure derived from the Rorschach was found to be a powerful predictor of alcohol-related outcomes following behaviorally oriented inpatient alcoholism treatment. These findings represent the strongest evidence of a relationship between cognitive functioning and treatment response. The curren...
Modification of Friedman's developmental level scoring (DL) for Rorschach area components by Exner within the Comprehensive System to derive a new code, Developmental Quality (DQ), raises the question of whether the two have the same meaning. Recent research indicated significant differences. Here Rorschach area components for 20 men addicted to al...
1. Trauma and Neurosogenesis 2. The Schema Concept in Psychodynamic Theory 3. The Schema Model 4. Clinical Exposition 5. Dreaming, Transference Working Through, and Other Psychoanalytic Concepts 6. Treatment 7. The Schema Model and the Structural Model 8. The Schema Model and the Self 9. A Note on Self-Analysis and Some Questions Frequently Asked A...