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      Meltzer, D. (1990). The Claustrum: An Investigation of Claustrophobic Phenomena. Karnac Books Ltd..

      Meltzer, D. (1990). The Claustrum. , 1-195. Karnac Books Ltd..

      The Claustrum: An Investigation of Claustrophobic Phenomena

      Donald Meltzer


        Part One  
        Introduction 3
      Chapter 1 Melanie Klein's Vision of Projective Identification 7
      Chapter 2 Review of Earlier Publications 13
        Part Two  
      Chapter 3 The Geographic Dimension of the Mental Apparatus 57
      Chapter 4 The Compartments of the Internal Mother 61
      Chapter 5 Life in the Claustrum 69
      Chapter 6 Technical Problems of the Claustrum 97
        Part Three  
      Chapter 7 Emergence from the Claustrum versus shift of Consiousness 111
      Chapter 8 The Role of the Claustrum in the Onset of Schizophrenia 117
      Chapter 9 Concerning the Ubiquity of Projective Identification 127
      Chapter 10 Symptomatology versus Characterology - The Psycho-analytical Process 135
      Chapter 11 The Claustrum and Adolescence 143
      Chapter 12 The Claustrum and the Perversions/Addictions 149
      Chapter 13 The Claustrum and Politics 153
      Addendum Macbeth's Equivocation, Shakespeare's Ambiguity (Meg Harris Williams) 159

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      Together with these harmful excrements, expelled in hatred, split-off parts of the ego are also projected on to the mother, or, as I would rather call it, into the mother.

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