By Celia F. Korbivcher
This booklet is a set of articles written among 1992 and 2005 which makes an attempt to deliver universes jointly – Bion’s referential and autistic phenomena. the sector of scientific paintings which the writer makes use of is that of "learning from the emotional adventure" (Bion, 1962) and the speculation of modifications (Bion, 1965), a style of gazing psychological phenomena inside this box, which additionally encompasses the components of neurosis and psychosis. the writer uses Tustin’s idea (1965) which proposes that the character has, except the neurotic and psychotic components, an autistic half during which prevails sensations rather than feelings.
The writer indicates including an autistic sector to the idea of changes, featuring a brand new form of transformation past these instructed by way of Bion: the autistic adjustments. The advantage of this thought is to extend Bion’s referential to the autistic region, a space ruled through sensations with out illustration within the brain. within the ultimate chapters, the writer examines the functioning of the analyst’s brain while confronted with autistic alterations within the analytic consultation and the consequences of together with this idea in Bion’s referential.
The final 3 chapters are well-known articles that have been granted 4 awards: the Fabio Leite Lobo Prize (2001) and Durval Marcondes (2008) from the Brazilian Psychoanalytical Society, the 1st foreign Parthenope Thalamo Bion from the Italian Society of Psychoanalysis (2004) and the ninth Frances Tustin Memorial Prize through the Frances Tustin Memorial belief (2005).
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