Et psykoanalytisk perspektiv på dissociation og konstrueret erindring hos borderline-patienter

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This article is a theoretical investigation of how dissociation and constructed memory in borderline-patients are represented in the following three selected psychoanalytical theories; Melanie Kleins theory on splitting-dominated defence, Donald Winnicotts theory on the false self, and Jean Laplanches theory on perverse seduction. In the article we sug-gest that the selected psychoanalytic borderline-conceptualizations contain significant emphasis on the inherent dissociative ego-structure. It is concluded that most of the applied psychotherapeutic traditions underestimate that significant mental states are not represented in the psyche because of the patient’s dissociative defenc
Original languageDanish
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)38-57
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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