Hermine Hug-Hellmuth: The First Child Psychoanalyst

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Click Here to Read: Hermine Hug-Hellmuth: The First Child Psychoanalyst by Robert Kaplan, University of Wollongong.  Published in Academia Letters, September 2021. ©2021 by the author,

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Long-lost ancient mural rediscovered in northern Peru after more than a century

Dropped on:November 25, 2022
Long-lost ancient mural rediscovered in northern Peru after more than a century

Click Here to Read: Long-lost ancient mural rediscovered in northern Peru after more than a century by Dan Collyns on the Guardian Website on November 24, 2022.
Huaca El Paraiso, located in Ventanilla, is one of the oldest pre-inca’s historical p…

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The latest VOICES FROM ROOM Podcast – with Adrienne Harris

Dropped on:November 22, 2022
The latest VOICES FROM ROOM Podcast – with Adrienne Harris

Click Here to Listen To:  Episode 5 of Voices from ROOM: A Podcast for Analytic Action, “Stepping into the Line of Fire with Adrienne Harris” is now available wherever you listen to podcasts. This week, Isaac and Aneta talk with Dr. Adrienne Harris about her timely piece, “My Back-Alley Abortion.” They discuss Harris’s personal experience, the implications of overturning […]

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How the Great Depression shaped people’s DNA

Dropped on:November 22, 2022
How the Great Depression shaped people’s DNA

Click Here to Read: How the Great Depression shaped people’s DNA: Epigenetics study finds that children born during the historic recession have markers of accelerated ageing later in life by Freda Kreier on the Nature website on November 21, 2022. Unemployed men queued outside a depression soup kitchen opened in Chicago by Al Capone, 1931 […]

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Photography Friday: Dr Arnie Richards

Dropped on:November 18, 2022
Photography Friday: Dr Arnie Richards

If you would like to have your photography considered for internationalpsychoanalysis.net’s Photography Friday, please send your jpegs to Joel Seligmann, the Photography Editor, at joel@theverybest.com

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“The Capital of Yiddishland: Yiddish Culture in Vilna between the Two World Wars”

Dropped on:November 12, 2022
“The Capital of Yiddishland: Yiddish Culture in Vilna between the Two World Wars”

Click Here to Read: The Capital of Yiddishland: Yiddish Culture in Vilna between the Two World Wars by Cecile E. Kuznitz Proceedings of the International Workshop Tokyo, January 7 and Kyoto, January 9, 2017.
Great Synagogue in Vilnius  Image: Jewish Co…

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An Existential Threat to Doing Good Science

Dropped on:November 8, 2022
An Existential Threat to Doing Good Science

Click Here to Read: An Existential Threat to Doing Good Science: What scientists are able to teach and what research we can pursue are under attack. I know because I’m living it, writes biologist Luana Maroja by Luana Maroja on the Common Sense website on November 7, 2022. Human Heart and Circulatory System Image: Bryan […]

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An economic model of the drives from Friston’s free energy perspective

Dropped on:November 7, 2022
An economic model of the drives from Friston’s free energy perspective

This paper is focused on the theory of drives, particularly on its economic model, which was an integral part of Freud’s original formulation. Freud was aiming to make a link between the psychic energy of drives and the biophysical rules of nature. However, he was not able to develop this model into a comprehensive system linking the body and the mind. The further development of psychoanalytic theory, in various attempts to comprehend the theory of drives, can be described as taking different…

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Knowledge for the People: YIVO and the Development of Yiddish Scholarship by Cecile E. Kuznitz

Dropped on:November 7, 2022
Knowledge for the People: YIVO and the Development of Yiddish Scholarship by Cecile E. Kuznitz

ClicK Here to Read: Knowledge for the People: YIVO and the Development of Yiddish Scholarship by Cecile E. Kuznitz.

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Mapping the psychoanalytic literature on bipolar disorder: A scoping review of journal articles

Dropped on:November 4, 2022
Mapping the psychoanalytic literature on bipolar disorder: A scoping review of journal articles

CONCLUSION: Our findings reveal that there is some psychoanalytic literature providing insight into the psychological dynamics and treatment of patients with BD. Elaboration of this literature may help improve our understanding and provide more accurate and comprehensive descriptions of the intrapsychic and interpersonal dynamics of these patients, yielding potentially valuable information for clinical and research purposes, particularly with regard to reducing interpersonal conflict, and…

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