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See detailFondements métapsychologiques de la théorie Szondienne des pulsions
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Conference (1999, July 18)

The authors bring theoretical arguments - based on freudian metapsychology- to confirm the scientifical value of Szondi's Drivestheory. The history of the Wolman is reinterpreted with the enlightment of ... [more ▼]

The authors bring theoretical arguments - based on freudian metapsychology- to confirm the scientifical value of Szondi's Drivestheory. The history of the Wolman is reinterpreted with the enlightment of szondian structural theory. [less ▲]

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See detailLe caractère paroxysmal
Stassart, Martine ULg

in Information Psychiatrique (L') (1999), 75(6), 603-610

Since the introduction of electroencephalography in 1930, epilepsy and his "equivalents" have migrated from the field of psychiatry to that of neurology. A great number of psychiatric clinical pictures ... [more ▼]

Since the introduction of electroencephalography in 1930, epilepsy and his "equivalents" have migrated from the field of psychiatry to that of neurology. A great number of psychiatric clinical pictures remain nevertheless marked by the scal of comitiality and dominated by what Szondi called "paroxysmality". By integrating epilepsy in his pulsional pattern, Szondi has contributed to its being maintened in the psychiatric field. His own work, based on his test and that of Françoise Minkowska, based on the Rorschach test, help in early recognition of the signs of this common, paroxysmal illness, of which little is known ans which is therefore badly treated. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction à la Psychologie Dynamique
Stassart, Martine ULg

Learning material (1999)

An Introduction to the first articles of FREUD (before "The Interpretation of Dreams"), psychoanalytical nosography and "Technical written works"

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See detailLe développement affectif et social
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Learning material (1998)

Les étapes du développement psychique depuis la conception de l'enfant jusqu'à l'âge adulte.Revue des principales théories:Freud, Brazelton, Spitz, Mahler, Winnicott.....

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See detailAdolescence...Quand tu nous tiens
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in Mélanges Cliniques (1998)

In view of studying the psychodynamic assessment of the vocational attitude of the 18 years old adolescent, according to his self-representation as resolute, undecided, or quite determined, we ... [more ▼]

In view of studying the psychodynamic assessment of the vocational attitude of the 18 years old adolescent, according to his self-representation as resolute, undecided, or quite determined, we investigated the psychical process of a sample of 30 subjects through a set of cognitive tests (F.I.D., Locus of Control) and projective tests (TAT, Rorschach, Szondi) with regard to cognitive perceptive aspects and identification patterns. The sample was consisting of 30 final year students subdivided into three categories, namely resolute, undecided, quite-determined, each group including five females and five males. The 30 subjects were again contacted four years latter and retested (except one). At first, we interpreted, case by case, for each group, the cognitive tests, the T.A.T., the Rorschach, and the Szondi in order. In a second time, we performed a statistical analysis of all quantifiable data. In the frame of this presentation, we will focus on findings of projective techniques. In the light of the projective tests, the characters "resolute", "undecided", and "quite-determined", taken as symptoms, seem to be supported by specific intra-psychical dynamics. So far it must be pointed out that females intrapsychical dynamic is always better than male's one. [less ▲]

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See detailEthnopsychologie et acculturation
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in Stassart, Martine (Ed.) Mélanges Cliniques (1998)

The Szondi-test is especially adequate for the psychodynamic exploration of non occidental people because it is a non verbal projective technique. From the beginning of his work Szondi has isolated a ... [more ▼]

The Szondi-test is especially adequate for the psychodynamic exploration of non occidental people because it is a non verbal projective technique. From the beginning of his work Szondi has isolated a special state of the Ego which he named "participative". This concept was a creation of the french anthropologist and philosoph Lucien LEVY-BRUHL.Though this author was seriously criticized, his theory contains some truth. The author of this article makes a complete review of the enquiries with the Szondi-test about non occidental people ( Gabon, Burundi, Congo, Mexican Indians, Tunisian women). All the studies reveal that the so-called "primitive" people are strongly resisting, thanks their "mystical participation", against the occidental influence which is characterized by two main factors: the ideal goal of personal individuation and the requirements of the Superego. This opinion was promoted by Freud in his well known work "Civilization and its discontents". The experimental results obtained with the Szondi-test correlate with the freudian theory about the cultural demands. [less ▲]

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See detailAdolescence, post-adolescence et processus décisionnel sous l'éclairage du Rorschach
Stassart, Martine ULg

in Actes du 4ème Congrès A E R (1996, August), 30-31(VIII), 117-131

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See detailL'apport du Szondi à l'Ethnopsychologie
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in Cahiers du Cep (Centre d'Etudes Pathoanalytiques) (1996), 7(1), 75-86

The authors have studied with the help of Szonditest a lot of various people ( African, Amerindian, European). They give a summary of these statistical studies. Their interpretation of results agrees with ... [more ▼]

The authors have studied with the help of Szonditest a lot of various people ( African, Amerindian, European). They give a summary of these statistical studies. Their interpretation of results agrees with that of Léopold Szondi [less ▲]

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See detailGrowing into adult age : Cross-cultural point of view about adolescence
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in Cahiers du CEP. (1996), 7(1), 13-38

There is no need to question the universality of the Oedipus complex: there is there always will be a paternal and a maternal imago to fix the primitive libido and the agressive drives through desire ... [more ▼]

There is no need to question the universality of the Oedipus complex: there is there always will be a paternal and a maternal imago to fix the primitive libido and the agressive drives through desire, jealousy and competition. On the other hand, what makes the major difference between the archaic mind and our modern western ideology is their cultural management of the Oedipus complex? Archaic societies use of rites of passage to prevent the return of Oedipus in adolescence whiile our culture gives free rein to the return of the repressed and does not fix any limit for adolescence to end. Each individual is then solitarily in charge of the stabilization of his adult identity. [less ▲]

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See detailAnthropologie de l'adolescence
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in Cahiers du CEP. Centre d'Etudes Pathoanalytiques (1996), 7(1), 13-37

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See detailLe Szondi des Tarahumaras
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in Cahiers du CEP (Centre d'Etudes Pathoanalytiques) (1996), 7(1), 67-74

Tarahumaras live in Northmexican mountains. They maintain jealously their original culture. About 1980, 68 male native Tarahumaras of various ages ( from 5 to 80 years old) were examinated with the ... [more ▼]

Tarahumaras live in Northmexican mountains. They maintain jealously their original culture. About 1980, 68 male native Tarahumaras of various ages ( from 5 to 80 years old) were examinated with the Szonditest. The results do not show any difference between indivuals. Such results agree with the opinion of Szondi about the socalled "primitive" people. [less ▲]

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See detailEvolution psychodynamique à moyen terme du processus vocationnel chez le grand adolescent. Le Rorschach
Stassart, Martine ULg

Doctoral thesis (1995)

The author has examined thirty 18 years old adolescents with help of the Rorschachtest. These subjects were examined a second time 4 years later. The question is :"What about changement"

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See detailEvolution psychodynamique à moyen terme du processus vocationnel chez le grand adolescent. Motivation
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Doctoral thesis (1995)

In the Preface of their Research, the author examines from a theorical point of view the problem of motivation.

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See detailEvolution psychodynamique à moyen terme du processus vocationnel chez le grand adolescent. Le TAT
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Doctoral thesis (1995)

The author has examined thirty 18years aged adolescents with help of the TAT. These subjects were again tested in a second time, 4 years later. What evolution between 18 and 22 years?

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See detailCarrefours théorico - cliniques
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Doctoral thesis (1995)

In the theoretical introduction of her Doctoral These in Psychology ( Short term evolution of vocational choice by young adults), the author examines some problematical concepts of the psychoanalytical ... [more ▼]

In the theoretical introduction of her Doctoral These in Psychology ( Short term evolution of vocational choice by young adults), the author examines some problematical concepts of the psychoanalytical Theory: autoerotim as first psychical activity, sublimation, Oedipus- and Castrationscomplexes, Instances of the Personnality, Projection and projective Identification. [less ▲]

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See detailEvolution psychodynamique à moyen terme de la détermination vocationnelle chez le grand adolescent
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Doctoral thesis (1995)

Introduction , Conclusions and Defence.

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See detailL'évolution psychodynamique à moyen terme du processus vocationnel chez le grand adolescent. Etudes de cas.
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Doctoral thesis (1995)

The author presents a detailed story of six adolescents from 18 to 22 years from the point of view of their evolution in the field of vocational choice.

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See detailMétapsychologie de l'adolescence
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in Cahiers du CEP (Centre d'Etudes Pathoanalytiques) (1995), 5(2), 71-104

Before 1960 there was very few psychoanalytical litterature about adolescence. Since 50 years, there is plenty of articles on that subject. The author comments the most important psychoanalytical writers ... [more ▼]

Before 1960 there was very few psychoanalytical litterature about adolescence. Since 50 years, there is plenty of articles on that subject. The author comments the most important psychoanalytical writers who brought a new and useful thought thereabout. [less ▲]

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See detailAdolescence, post-adolescence et processus décisionnel : une étude szondienne
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Book published by CEP-Editions (1995)

The author has tested thirty 22 years old adolescents with help of the Szonditest according to the quality of their vocational and professional choice, in relationship with their personality.

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See detailL'épilepsie de Vincent VAN GOGH
Blumer, Dietrich; Stassart, Martine ULg

in Cahiers du CEP (Centre d'Etudes Pathoanalytiques) (1994), 4(4), 3-10

Though he never had typical "grand mal" crisis, Vincent VAN GOGH was really epileptic. The symptomatology of epileptic seizures was better known in the XIXd Century than today.

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