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Starting with a further reminder of the relationship between the mind and brain in relation to psychoanalysis, this video then proceeds with an extensive outline of the theoretical model of the mind from a psychoanalytic perspective. The video also provides a compelling account of the model that Freud evolved, describing it in relation to contemporary knowledge of brain functions.
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Society members only. Building on the previous seminar, this video continues with the account of how the mind works from the points of view of both psychoanalytic theory and knowledge of the functioning of the brain from the various neuroscientific disciplines.
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Dreaming represents a normal model for mental illness. Psychopathology is explained in relation to a case illustration, which demonstrates the interaction between neuropathology and psychodynamics.
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It is also explained by drawing on conceptual understandings from psychoanalytic theory. This is followed by an equally thorough examination of the psychoanalytic theory of the superego and its formation. The psychoanalytical model of psychopathology is also explained in relation to three levels: neurotic, narcissistic and psychotic disorders.