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  • Jean Knox
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 2001
The value of cognitive science as a means of investigating psychodynamic theory and practice is discussed and the limitations of this approach are described. Research findings from cognitive science are drawn on to clarify the nature of memory, which is seen to be a mixture of reproduction and reconstruction and the concepts of true and false memory are(More)
  • Jean Knox
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 2003
In this paper the differing psychodynamic models of defences are outlined and compared with an attachment theory perspective in which affect regulation plays a central role. Behavioural and intrapsychic distance regulation (defensive exclusion) are seen as the main strategies for affect regulation and are the manifestations of the habitual pattern of(More)
  • Jean Knox
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 2008
‘K’ s powerful and moving account of his personal experience of analysis is a generous gift to the analytic profession. It raises a number of crucial questions and challenges some of the basic assumptions of analytic theory and practice in a way which gives us a rare opportunity for a more public dialogue between analysts and analysands than is usually(More)
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