Traducción de psychoanalysis en Español:


(p)sicoanálisis, n.

Pronunciación /ˌsʌɪkəʊəˈnalɪsɪs//ˌsaɪkoʊəˈnæləsəs/


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    (p)sicoanálisis masculino
    to undergo psychoanalysis (p)sicoanalizarse
    • The rise of psychoanalysis did much to validate the contents of mental symptoms, including delusions.
    • In formal psychoanalysis, you lie on a couch and the therapist sits unseen behind you.
    • We learn from psychoanalysis that some part of our mind always knows or is perpetually in danger of knowing.
    • Freud invented a therapeutic setting, called psychoanalysis, in which this self could be overheard.
    • His parents tried all avenues of speech therapy, hypnotherapy and psychoanalysis to no avail.
    • As well as being the father of psychoanalysis, Freud might also be considered one of the founders of neuropsychology.
    • The concept most fundamental to psychoanalysis is that of the unconscious mind.
    • Evil cannot always be repelled by incantations, by demonstrations, by social analysis or by psychoanalysis.
    • The advantages of psychoanalysis are primarily that it hasn't shied away from studying the mind as it is, as we live it.
    • In Australia Freudian psychoanalysis has remained on the edge of medical power.
    • Elektra does, however, anticipate not only psychoanalysis, but other developments in psychiatry.
    • Freud once argued that the aim of psychoanalysis was to reduce extreme hysteria to everyday common misery.
    • Thus, psychoanalysis became a technique of helping the patient to help him or herself.
    • Freud thought psychoanalysis was all you needed for the healthy soul.
    • First, psychoanalysis provides insight into the meaning of the reversal of the gender roles in the plays.
    • However, not all of the surrealists saw psychoanalysis and the liberation of the human mind as an end in itself.
    • To discover what psychoanalysis is, the patient needs to experience it for himself from within.
    • If psychoanalysis is right about the unconscious, we none of us know quite what we mean when we say I.
    • Habermas follows Alfred Lorenzer, who treats psychoanalysis as a form of linguistic analysis.
    • Over recent decades psychoanalysis has moved from a focus on the object to a search for the subject.