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      Meltzer, D. (1986). Studies in Extended Metapsychology: Clinical Applications of Bion's Ideas. Karnac Books Ltd..

      Meltzer, D. (1986). Studies in Extended Metapsychology. , 1-222. Karnac Books Ltd..

      Studies in Extended Metapsychology: Clinical Applications of Bion's Ideas

      Donald Meltzer

      Mariella Albergamo, Eve Cohen, Alba Greco, Martha Harris, Susanna Maiello, Giuliana Milana, Diomira Petrelli, Maria Rhode, Anna Sabatini Scolmati and Francesco Scotti


        Introduction 9
      I Field or Phase 13
      II What is an Emotional Experience? 21
      III A Klein-Bion Model for Evaluating Psychosomatic States 34
      IV The Proto-mental Apparatus and Soma-psychotic Phenomena 38
      V The Conceptual Distinction between Projective Identification (Klein) and Container-contained (Bion) 50
      VI The Concept of Vertices - Shifting versus Multiplication 70
      VII The Limits of Language 75
      VIII Facts and Fictions 83
      IX An Enquiry into Lies: their Genesis and Relation to Hallucination 93
      X Clinical Application of Bion's Concept ‘Transformations in Hallucinosis’ 105
      XI Clinical Application of Bion's Concept ‘Reversal of Alpha-function’; 116
      XII Psychotic Illnesses in Early Childhood 122
      XIII A One-Year-Old goes to a Day Nursery - A Parable of Confusing Times 136
      XIV Family Patterns and Cultural Educability 154
      XV Concerning the Perception of One's Own Attributes and its Relation to Language Development 175
      XVI On Turbulence 187
      XVII A Swiftean Diatribe 191
      XVIII Dénouement 203
        Appendix to Chapter XVI 212
        Index 216


      Although the work of genius is solitary, for its ultimate realisation it must feed the hunger for knowledge (K) of many lesser workers whose combined efforts produce a ‘school’.

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