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Anxiety: Ideas in Psychoanalysis
Ricky Emanuel (au)
Anxiety is a warning that danger is present & that overwhelming emotions may be felt, giving rise to unmanageable helplessness. The danger may be perceived as arising from external or internal sources, & be the conscious response to a variety of fantasies in the unconscious mind. This book traces how anxiety has been conceived by psychoanalysts from Freud to now. Following Freudís original conceptions, Klein differentiated 2 distinctions in the quality of anxiety: persecutory & depressive anxiety. Since then, Wilfred Bionís ideas about containment of mental pain have become central to current psychoanalytic thinking, as has work arising from attachment theory& neuroscience which places emotional regulation at the heart of human development.
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