For more than a decade before he introduced psychoanalysis to the world, Sigmund Freud's consuming passion was the study of the brain. However, with few exceptions, the fundamental clinical neuropsychological contributions to psychoanalysis have been largely overlooked, since most of Freud's writings in this area have been relegated to his prepsychoanalytic' period. Today's researchers, who have begun to forge integrations between the brain sciences and psychoanalysis, primarily use the data of modern neuropsychology while neglecting the rich lode of Freud's own neuroscientific thought. FREUD'S BRAIN brings together the neuropsychologies of past and present to develop a comprehensive neuropsychodynamic model of psychoanalysis and personality theory.
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Laurence Miller received his Doctorate in Psychology from the City University of New York. From 1982 to 1988, he was an Associate in Neuropsychology at Fair Oaks Hospital in Summit, New Jersey, and from 1988 to 1989, Program Director of the Neurobehavioral Treatment Center at Fair Oaks Hospital in Delray Beach, Florida. Dr. Miller has also held teaching positions at the City University of New York and at Seton Hall University, and he lectures and writes widely on topics pertaining to the brain, behavior, health, and society. The author of INNER NATURES: BRAIN, SELF, AND PERSONALITY, he is currently in private practice in neuropsychology, behavioral medicine, and psychotherapy in Boca Raton, Florida.
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Book Description The Guilford Press, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0898627621
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