LA STRUTTURA DEL CARATTERE: UNA TEORIA COGNITIVA DELLA GESTALT
Department of Psychology, Loma Linda University
Gestalt Associates Training—Los Angeles
M. Catherin (Kiti) Freier
Department of Psychology, Loma Linda University
Department of Pediatrics, Loma Linda University
Trad. Donato Saulle
- La ricerca
- Il concetto di carattere
- Formazione della Gestalt e processo di risoluzione
- La memoria procedurale e il suo rapporto con il carattere
- La memoria episodica
- La memoria semantica
- La memoria procedurale
- Relazioni infantili, sincronicità e carattere
- Applicazione clinica
- Implicazioni per la natura della “patologia” e del trattamento
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