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By Sigmund Freud

Il caso di Dora, Il piccolo Hans, Sulla psicoanalisi, Leonardo Da Vinci, Psicologia della vita amorosa, Il caso di Schreber, Totem e tabù, Metapsicologia, Il Mosè di Michelangelo, L'uomo dei lupi, Al di là del principio del piacere e altri saggi. II ed. Newton, Roma 1995. Collana 'I Mammut' Grandi Tascabili Economici. Formato in.8 (14x24 cm) Brossura editoriale illustrata. Pagg. 1188. Edizioni integrali.

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These are not psychological in origin, although over time they do yield significant psychological effects. " The needs are met in one of three ways. First, they can be appropriately met. Second, they can be neglected, leading to danger. Third, they can be met too well, leading to difficulty. An example would be hunger. The child can be appropriately fed, which leads to healthy growth. Second, the child can be neglected and not fed enough, leading to potentially severe consequences, such as malnutrition.

Knowledge is derived from looking at the world from a particular perspective and is in the service of some interests rather than others. " (Goodman, quoted in Gergen, 2001, p. 11). Narrative therapists Parry and Doan (1994) noted that neurobiological research indicates that one of the brain's primary functions is to create a model of the world, an internal blueprint or road map. The brain's function of creating an internal blueprint or road map is variously labeled by cognitive constructivist approaches as core ordering processes, personal construct systems, personal meaning organization, underlying schemas, and the like.

Adler was one of the first to recognize this process in human development. He called the ordering of our experiences into a teleological narrative our lifestyle, our unique way of being, of coping, and of moving through (and approaching) the tasks of life. (p. 431) What we know is influenced by the frames through which we view events. Everything we know depends on how we interpret and assign meanings (Neimeyer, 1995). Knowledge is derived from looking at the world from a particular perspective and is in the service of some interests rather than others.

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