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Autori: Špelić Aldo
Naslov: The genesis of autism in the light of the concept of primary narcissism
Izvornik: Psychological Therapies for Psychosis in the 21st Century - Influencing Brain, Mind and Society / Urlić Ivan, Šrtrkalj-Ivezić Slađana (ur.). - Dubrovnik : ISPS Croatia: 16th School of Psychotherapy of Psychosis , 2011. 45-45.
Skup: XVII International Congress for the Psychological Treatments of the Schozophrenias and other Psychosis
Mjesto i datum: Dubrovnik, Hrvatska, 31. svibanj - 4. lipanj 2011.
Ključne riječi: autism; primary narcissism; early child development; psychoanalytic psychotherapy
Sažetak:
The primary narcissism as a specific period of early child development (Freud, 1910-15) is today a neglected and abandoned concept. The problem of primary narcissism is determined by different definitions of this term with regard to its description and time of occurrence (Laplanche-Pontalis). A special role in that problem have made theorists of British school of object relations putting the meaning of narcissism as opposed to the object relation and in this way put into question the validity of the concept of primary narcissism and its existence. Psychotherapeutic experience with autistic children threw new light on understanding the role of early development in the genesis of autism and particularly on the development of primary (archaic) narcissistic structure in the autistic development. Just a failure in the development of primary narcissistic structures, which represent the basis for the child's vitality and activity, has been recognized as basic deficiency in the process of differentiation and the development of object relations of autistic children. By these findings early aspects of narcissistic development were given particular importance in the development of object relations and they gave new emphasis to process of sensor-motor integration (Winnicott) and also the development of primary narcissistic structures (Kohut) especially in the initial phase of psychotherapy of autistic children. Primary narcissism in this paper is understood as an early stage of development in which the initial mental (primary narcissistic) structure are formed. These initial mental structures represent necessary condition for the development of object relations, especially in the developmental experience of 'crisis differentiation' (Mahler). To that extent the development of primary narcissism and object relations are not perceived as two independent lines of development, but quite the opposite as mutually dependent and intertwined lines of development which has a certificate in results of early child development’s investigations (Piaget, Stern, Hobson).
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Nema recenziju
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Kliničke medicinske znanosti,Psihologija
Upisao u CROSBI: aspelic@unipu.hr (aspelic@unipu.hr), 30. Srp. 2011. u 00:32 sati



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