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Temperature of the Language

Kim H

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Effects of Unconscious Emotional Distracters on Conscious Working Memory Maintenance in Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Early Childhood Trauma: A Preliminary Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study

Um ZS, Yang JC, Park JI, Kim GW

OBJECTIVES: Few studies have assessed the neural mechanisms of the effects of unconscious emotional distracter on cognition in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) patients. Thus, this study used functional magnetic resonance...
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Growth of North Korean Adolescent Defectors through Temporal Acceptance and Feeling of Security about Traumatic Experience

Lee J, Park S, Jun JY

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to understand the growth of the North Korean adolescent defectors (NKAD) through temporal acceptance and feeling of security about their complex traumatic experience. METHODS:...
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Psychoanalytic Understanding and It's Therapeutic Application of Schizoid Personality

Lee KK

Schizoid patients rarely visit for treatment. Individuals with schizoid personality exist on a range from high functioning to deeply disturbed. They are highly sensitive, shy, easily overstimulated, with fear of...
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Structural Diagnosis of Personality Pathology: Kernberg's Object Relations Model

Lee IS

This paper reviews the structural diagnosis of personality pathology based on Kernberg's object relations theory. It examines levels of integration of the five psychological structures such as 1) identity (sense...
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What and How Do Psychotherapist Consider the Developmental Stages in Adult Psychotherapy?

Bahn GH

There is less psychoanalytic research about adulthood compared with pre-adulthood periods. In orthodox psychoanalysis, there has been skepticism about the need or efficacy of psychoanalysis after age 40–50. Recently, new...
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