By explicitly bringing this "splitting" (which has its source in the self-criticism of the avant-garde as an institution) to bear on the psychoanalytic process
of transference, in which unconscious desires are projected onto an object in the framework of a specific relationship, Fraser has once more made clear that it is the institutional framework itself that makes possible both analysis and critique--yet by the same token represents the greatest resistance to them.
Brandell provides a needed chapter on evidence-based practice, citing psychoanalytic process
and outcome studies.
Feminist theorists of visual culture have advanced our understanding of identification as more than a psychoanalytic process
divorced from anything outside of the individual's self-development.
The author attempts to clarify some of the differences between ordinary doubts and uncertainties that are part and parcel of the psychoanalytic process
, on the one hand, and the sort of doubt that Socrates called "aporia," that is, philosophical and conceptual, on the other.
Lipset makes a limited use of psychoanalytic theory which, although insightful in parts, lacks a genuine empirical grounding in the concreteness of the Murik experience and the ethnographer's experience of the psychoanalytic process