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Clinical Issues in Tele-Analysis: Cyber-Intimacy

Lee CH

Hyper-connectivity and despatialization that represent current society ask us to accept and apply tele-analysis to the field of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis has preserved values of ambiguity, discomfort and...
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Growth of North Korean Adolescent Defectors through Temporal Acceptance and Feeling of Security about Traumatic Experience

Lee J, Park S, Jun JY

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to understand the growth of the North Korean adolescent defectors (NKAD) through temporal acceptance and feeling of security about their complex traumatic experience. METHODS:...
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What and How Do Psychotherapist Consider the Developmental Stages in Adult Psychotherapy?

Bahn GH

There is less psychoanalytic research about adulthood compared with pre-adulthood periods. In orthodox psychoanalysis, there has been skepticism about the need or efficacy of psychoanalysis after age 40–50. Recently, new...
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Containing and Projective Identification

Ryu JW

Several unique qualities of psychoanalysis and the psychoanalyst, which render the analysis more receptive to the patient's unconscious, need further investigations such as the concepts of projective identification and containing...
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Hermann Hesse's Depression, Pietism, and Psychoanalysis

Min SK

Hermann Hesse's personal life (1877–1962) is characterized by traumatization caused by suppressive pietistic discipline of his parents during his youth, and depression in his middle age accompanied by psychoanalysis treatment....
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Book Review: The Case Against Perfection

Ha JH

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The Evolution of Caregiving and Attachment

Choi S

Caregiving for the children seems to be one of the most challenging tasks for the parents who should devote themselves totally despite endangering them. From the evolutionary perspective, this human...
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Non-Interpretative Analytic Techniques for Sicker Borderline Patients

Yu J, Ha JH

Borderline personalities are known to be associated with sick and difficult patients in analysis. Sometimes usual interpretation in treating borderline personality patients is of no use due to the lack...
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A Psychoanalytic Approach upon Chong-Jun Yi's Autobiographical Serial Novels, ‘The Negative and Positive Pictures of Painful Memory’

Choi J

Chong-Jun Yi has been one of the most influential contemporary Korean writers. His serial novel, The negative and positive pictures of painful memory, is autobiographical. In the form of a...
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Can We Integrate Psychoanalytic Models of the Mind?: The Contemporary Psychoanalytic Model of the Mind

Park JH

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Can the Effectiveness of the Psychoanalytic Therapies Truly Be Proven?: The Effectiveness of the Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Kim HG, Cheon EJ, Koo BH

The nature of psychoanalysis and long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy makes it difficult to perform efficacy study including randomized controlled trial (RCT). Several RCTs are focused on the effectiveness of psychoanalytic psychotherapy;...
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The Importance of Early Attachment Relationships in Current Psychoanalysis

Li EJ, Yu J

Both psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy are psychiatric modalities for investigating the human mind, especially the unconscious mind. The therapist helps his patients by understanding them through conversation and interpreting their...
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The Life of Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham and the Pediatric Psychoanalysis

Han JH, Yun S, Lee SM, Hwangbo R, Jung HJ, Bahn GH

Dorothy Burlingham was born in October 1891 in New York. Her paternal grandfather, Charles Lewis Tiffany, was the founder of Tiffany & Co., a New York jewelry company. Her father,...
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Perversion and Severe Personality Disorder: Perspective of Lacanian Psychoanalysis

Baek SB, Hong YJ

Today our age is moving from age of neurosis of hystery and obsession to age of perversion of narcissistic & borderline syndrome. There is time background of this change, that...
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What Difference Does Psychoanalysis Training Make in Psychiatric Clinical Practice?

Lee CH

Psychiatrists must learn and experience various fields of psychiatric medicine and sciences in order to be able to comprehensively understand the human mind and pathological mental phenomena. Without this all-encompassing...
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Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalyst

Yoo YS

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Expected Promising Future of Psychoanalysis in Korea

Yu J, Ha JH

The authors considered current status of the Korean psychoanalytic movement as the beginning of enormous future developments. Then the authors briefly reviewed how the current state of development had taken...
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The Psychoanalytical Work with the Couples

Smadja E

Following my view of the couple, this paper retraces the course taken by suffering couples who finally decide to consult a specialist, a couple's psychoanalyst. I shall describe its principal...
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Transference and Transference Neurosis in Mid-Phase of Psychoanalysis

Kang HS

  • KMID: 2316703
  • Psychoanalysis.
  • 2014 Apr;25(1):6-12.
When psychoanalysis enters its mid-phase, the manifestation of transference is made so clear that it becomes the focal issue in the analytic process. This article aims to explore, based on...
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'Frankenstein' from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

Lee BY

This article aims to analyze Frankenstein from a psychoanalytic perspective. This novel reflects Mary Shelley's unconscious world. Like dreams in psychoanalysis, there are various kinds of unconscious meanings in this...
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