From the reviews:
"Reiber attempts to locate the history of the idea of dissociative states in a social context that owes much to popular hypnotism, Freudian and pseudo-Freudian psychodynamics and concepts of identity. ... On reflection, a reader is likely to feel better informed and most likely stimulated by some of the questions Reiber poses. ... It asks good questions and keeps the reader asking them long after the book is laid aside." (Mark Welch, Metapsychology-online, September, 2006)
"Book seemingly addresses to psychologists and psychiatrists is Robert W. Rieber's The Bifurcation of the Self: The History and Theory of Dissociation and its Disorders. ... This book will be useful to mental health professionals looking for an overview of selected past ideas and cases of dissociation, particularly DID." (Carlos S. Alcarado, Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 21 (1), 2007)
This book uses case history methodology to illustrate the relationship between theory and practice of the study of Dissociation Identity Disorder (DID). The book traces the clinical and social history of dissociation in a provocative examination of this phenomenon.
Autor Robert W. Rieber
Fecha de aparición 27.03.2006
Número de páginas 304
Product type Libro
Dimensión 235 x 155 mm
Peso del producto 1400 g
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