Eliminating the Unconscious - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080117300, 9781483138619

Eliminating the Unconscious

1st Edition

A Behaviourist View of Psycho-Analysis

Authors: T. R. Miles
Editors: G. P. Meredith
eBook ISBN: 9781483138619
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1966
Page Count: 190
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Description

Eliminating the Unconscious, A Behaviourist View of Psycho-analysis describes the concepts of psycho-analysis in terms of an appropriate understanding in defining psycho-analytic findings.
This book attempts to bridge the gap separating psycho-analysis from other areas of psychology because of the presence of conflicting views of psycho-analysis and psychology. The scope is to present that, in principle, the psycho-analytic situation also allows for rational study, with the aim of reformulating some traditional psycho-analytic beliefs into behaviorist concepts. The author then proceeds to compare psycho-analysis and the scientific method, and then evaluates mental and physical illness in new terms. The author also negates the existence of the ""unconscious,"" but as something called ""facon de parler,"" which would make the study of psycho-analysis manageable. The book goes on to describe unconscious mental processes, the ego, super-ego, and id. The text discusses that unconscious mental processes, such as repression, regression, projection, identification, scapegoating, and overcompensation, are really about behavior. The author also takes to task the behaviorist account of psycho-analytic hypothesis of unconscious symbolism, asserting that if such accounts are assumed as true, it can lead to commitments of ""differential predictions."" The author concludes that in discussing psycho-analysis, talk of traditional philosophical dualism and the like should be avoided.
Psychiatrists, psycho-analysts, psychologists, behavioral scientists, and students of psychology and its related branches will find this book unique.

Table of Contents


Foreword

Author's Preface

I. Introductory

II. Psycho-Analysis and Scientific Method

III. In Defence of Behaviorism

IV. Mental and Physical Illness

V. Inner and Outer Reality

VI. The Unconscious

VII. Unconscious Mental Processes

VIII. Ego, Super-Ego and Id

IX. Defense-Mechanisms

X. Unconscious Symbolism

XL Interpretative Language

XII. Conclusions and Some Further Suggestions

References

Name Index

Subject Index

Details

No. of pages:
190
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1966
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483138619

About the Author

T. R. Miles

About the Editor

G. P. Meredith