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  • Jim Knox
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 1999
In this paper I examine the various meanings of the term 'internal object' and the differences between various theoretical models for the formation of internal objects. I suggest that the idea in attachment theory of 'internal working models' emphasizes the internal world as one consisting of unconscious internalized patterns of emotional relationships. The(More)
A number of systems, technological and otherwise, exist for helping blind and visually impaired users navigate from place to place. [5, 3] However, in focusing only on the destination, these systems often neglect the journey. We propose to rectify this, with a device to improve a user’s peripheral awareness of their surroundings. This is the motivation and(More)
  • Jim Knox
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 1997
In this paper I discuss the ways in which experimental and objective research from cognitive science and developmental psychology can help analysts evaluate the theoretical models of mental objects which we use; I indicate the ways in which such evidence tends to support models of internal objects as mental representations or developmental capacities rather(More)
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