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Progress in Self Psychology, V. 12 by Arnold I. Goldberg

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Introduction: Notes on the Integration, Reformulation, and Development of Kohut's Contributions
Crayton E. Rowe, Jr.

 

As self psychology gains acceptance in the United States and throughout the world (Ornstein, 1993), Kohut's fundamental contributions have been integrated into a growing number of theoretically disparate self psychology treatment models. For example, Kohut's concepts of selfobject and selfobject transference are integral to the theories of intersubjectivity (Atwood and Stolorow, 1984, 1993; Stolorow, Brandchaft, and Atwood, 1987; Stolorow and Atwood, 1992), motivational systems (Lichtenberg, 1989; Lichtenberg, Lachmann, and Fosshage, 1992), and the selfobject and object relations dual transference model (Stolorow ...

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