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ABSTRACT Empathy and interpersonal skills are components of mentalizing and competencies that social work students are expected to acquire during training. Yet limited scientific data exists on factors that influence their attainment. This study was conducted to examine how social work training...
ABSTRACT There is growing interest in the psychodynamics of prejudice. An aspect of prejudice seldom addressed is its peculiar capacity to be injurious to victims. Through a process of self‐analysis stimulated by chance reading of some of Freud's work, I will reflect on the vicissitudes of the...
ABSTRACT The standard definition of psychology as the behavior of living organisms is subject to scrutiny and found to be untenable. Such a view is self‐contradictory, puts method before subject matter, and misconstrues the very nature of the psychic. The objectivist view is an index of a...
ABSTRACT Various factors could play a role in a patient's decision to leave treatment. This study asks whether patients who leave treatment before one year are different from those who stay beyond a year in open‐ended psychoanalytic psychotherapy, using a variety of experiential measures. Our...
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