Rivista Rassegna Di Psicologia Vol 3 2016

Author: Autori Vari
Publisher: Edizioni Nuova Cultura
ISBN: 8868128063
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PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE SEXTING MOTIVATIONS QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS/ PROPRIETÀ PSICOMETRICHE DEL SEXTING MOTIVATIONS QUESTIONNAIRE PER ADOLESCENTI E GIOVANI ADULTI di Dora Bianchi, Mara Morelli, Roberto Baiocco, Antonio Chirumbolo NARRAZIONI AFFETTIVE NELLA GESTIONE DEL DIABETE DI TIPO 1: STUDIO PILOTA DI UNA TRIADE FAMILIARE/ AFFECTIVE NARRATIVES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TYPE 1 DIABETES: A PILOT STUDY OF A FAMILY TRIAD di Claudia Chiarolanza, Simona Lo Piccolo, Barbara Longo, Claudia Arnaldi DIFFERENZE DI GENERE NELL’USO DEI MEDIA TRADIZIONALI E DEI SOCIAL NETWORK/ GENDER DIFFERENCES IN TRADITIONAL MEDIA AND SOCIAL NETWORK USE di Renata Metastasio, Ambra Brizi, Alessandro Biraglia, Lucia Mannetti INTERAZIONI GENITORE-BAMBINO DURANTE L’ALIMENTAZIONE: CONTRIBUTI MATERNI E PATERNI/ PARENT-INFANT INTERACTIONS DURING FEEDING: THE ROLE OF MOTHERS AND FATHERS di Ballarotto Giulia, Marzilli Eleonora, Cimino Silvia, Cerniglia Luca, Carbone Paola UNA RIFLESSIONE SULL’ISTERIA. DIAGNOSI MODIFICATA O IN DISUSO?/ A REFLECTION ABOUT HYSTERIA: A MODIFIED OR ABANDONED DIAGNOSIS? di Daniela Gentile IDENTITY STATUS DIFFERENCES AMONG ITALIAN ADOLESCENTS: ASSOCIATIONS WITH PARENT AND PEER ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS/ DIFFERENZE DI STATI DI IDENTITÀ IN ADOLESCENTI ITALIANI: RELAZIONI CON LE RELAZIONI DI FIDUCIA DI ATTACCAMENTO AI GENITORI E AI PARI di Fiorenzo Laghi, Francesca Liga, Roberto Baiocco, Antonia Lonigro

Semantic Polarities And Psychopathologies In The Family

Author: Valeria Ugazio
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135906696
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The gap between psychotherapeutic practice and clinical theory is ever widening. Therapists still don’t know what role interpersonal relations play in the development of the most common psychopathologies. Valeria Ugazio bridges this gap by examining phobias, obsessive-compulsions, eating disorders, and depression in the context of the family, using an intersubjective approach to personality. Her concept of “semantic polarities” gives a groundbreaking perspective to the construction of meaning in the family and other interpersonal contexts. At no point is theory left in the wasteland of abstraction. The concreteness of the many case studies recounted, and examples taken from well-known novels, will allow readers to immediately connect the topics discussed with their own experience.

The Fragmented Personality

Author: Dragan M. Svrakic
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0190884576
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The Fragmented Personality presents new model for caring for patients with personality disorder in post-modern society. In contrast to the static classifications of personality pathology, the authors' approach yields a personalized diagnosis that is contextual, dimensional, and time-specific and at the same time provides information about the current position of the individual in relation to the important components of personality functioning. In this model of dimensional diagnostics, two intersecting coordinates, one representing the person's level of functioning (the "what" of the diagnosis) and the other his/her adaptive style (the "how" of the diagnosis) are cross matched in the unit of time. This gives the psychiatrist precise milestones for monitoring progress in therapy. Why does this matter for psychiatry in post-modern society? Drs. Svrakic and Jovanovic argue that the ideals of mental health traditionally have been stability and integrity. In the context of the postmodern world, these ideals may sound outdated, possibly even implying inflexibility or narrow mindedness. The postmodern "fragmented self" is a natural, adaptive answer to the changing existential milieu of humans. This fragmented, decentered self consists of incoherent and abstract images, not derived solely from traditional social interactions, but created by the postmodern culture. Borderline personality is fragmented at its unconscious core of internalized object relations, resulting in specific borderline psychopathologies or a "fragmented personality." Drs. Svrakic and Jovanovic analyze the impact of recent dramatic social transitions on adaptive tasks, personality and psychopathology. They introduce the concepts of monothematic self of the conservative era and the multi-thematic self of the postmodern era and discuss their relevance to the changing concepts of psychopathology. The authors argue that the conservative society, with strong nuclear family and strict ethical and religious norms, favored the psychopathology of neuroses centered around guilt, including guilt for not fitting the preapproved social norms. With the liberalization of normative pressures in the postmodern period, the adaptive task has changed into "what to choose" among many accepted alternatives, creating uncertainty of choice. This uncertainty, together with the non-directive society, favors the psychopathology of personality disorder, and indeed, the prevalence of personality disorder has increased in the postmodern period. In addition to discussing their conceptual model, the authors provide detailed practical guidelines for the diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and treatment when using their model in the management of personality disorder. They answer practical questions that clinicians frequently ask about etiology, psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy of personality disorder. The authors also detail Reconstructive Interpersonal Therapy (RIT), their variant of interpersonal psychotherapy which integrates humanistic and psychoanalytical paradigms in the treatment of personality disorder.

Ambigui Lari

Author: Mario A. Toscano
Publisher:
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