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Neurotic Styles epub ebook

by David Shapiro

Neurotic Styles epub ebook

Author: David Shapiro
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Basic Books (January 21, 1965)
ISBN: 0465049583
ISBN13: 978-0465049585
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 444
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Neurotic Styles book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Neurotic Styles is an original, clinical study of four kinds of compulsive, paranoid, hysterical.

Includes bibliographical references. style - Paranoid style - Hysterical style - Impulsive styles - Impulsive styles: varients - General and theoretical considerations. An original, clinical study of four kinds of ompulsive, paranoid, hysterical and impulsive-and of the special characteristics of each.

Part-time Assistant Professor. Neurotic Styles (1965). Theoretical reflections on Wilhelm Reich's Character Analysis, American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp. 338-346.

is Professor of Psychology, Graduate Faculty, at the New School. He is the author of Neurotic Styles, Autonomy and Rigid Character, and Psychotherapy of Neurotic Character. He practices psychotherapy in New York City.

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This new edition of one of the books most closely identified with clinical psychology since 1965 will expose a new generation to Shapiro's stunningly defining conceptualizations of the Obsessive-Compulsive, Paranoid, Hysterical, and Impulsive ways of being.
Reviews (7)
greed style
This is a magnificent book that my advisor/mentor used for our psychodynamic psychotherapy class. But the book itself is beyond any theoretical orientation and gives great insight into personality disorders! Highly recommend reading it.

Pipet
This is the very best presentation of character disordered personalities by description of their thinking/emotion styles that I know of.

Ynap
Great book. I needed to replace it as I loaned it out and never got it back.

FailCrew
It's not in bad condition but it gives me allergy every time that I read

IWAS
Great!

Arabella V.
Pathological experience is not easy to describe or to define. In the hands of a master like Shapiro, we have a remarkable view of the manifestations of various mental conditions and their behavioral correlates. What Shapiro calls 'styles' are the forms of character structure that generate the corresponding characteristic symptoms. We are provided with the distinction between obsessive compulsive disorders, for example, and their relationship to paranoid conditions. We learn about psychopathy and the characteristic 'moment to moment' shifts in emotional regulation or disorganization and the symptoms of addiction. You will learn about hysteria and its relation to psychopathy. Understanding and recognizing the attitudes inherent in a mental disorder are necessary for appropriate therapeutic intervention. If this subject interests you, you will appreciate the work Shapiro has done for our field. He is not a master in disguise. He is a real master.

Tat
Yes, in some ways this short 1965 book is dated. But, for what it's worth, I read this book 45 years ago and after 40 years as a psychologist, I think of it was one of the most helpful books I ever read.

As a therapist, I needed to review the basis of Human behaviour. But I did not have time to read many books. So i found these audio series. I listen to them when I travel by car. It is convenient and very didactic as well. The speaker is clear and very easy to understand.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to review Shapiro's work!

Delivery very fast as well.

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