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Experiences in groups.
  • W. Bion
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Human relations; studies towards the integration…
  • 21 January 1961
Using his psychoanalytic experience Freud (1913, 1921) attempted to illuminate some of the obscurities revealed by Le Bon, McDougall, and others in their studies of the human group. I propose toExpand
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Learning from Experience
'As the problems raised in this book are fundamental to learning they have a long history of investigation and discussion. In phsycho-analytical practice, particularly with patients displayingExpand
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Attention and Interpretation
Bion's central thesis in this volume is that for the study of people, whether individually or in groups, a cardinal requisite is accurate observation, accompanied by accurate appreciation andExpand
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A theory of thinking
(i) In this paper I am primarily concerned to present a theoretical system. Its resemblance to a philosophical theory depends on the fact that philosophers have concerned themselves with the sameExpand
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Differentiation of the psychotic from the non-psychotic personalities.
  • W. Bion
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 May 1957
The theme of this paper is that the differentiation of the psychotic from the non-psychotic personalities depends on a minute splitting of all that part of thepersonality that is concerned withExpand
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Experiences in groups and other papers
Acknowledgements. Introduction. Pre-View. Intra-Group Tensions in Therapy: Their Study as the Task of the Group. Experiences in Groups, I-VII. Re-View. Group Dynamics. Index.
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Aux sources de l'expérience
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Experiences in Groups: VII
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Group dynamics: a review.
  • W. Bion
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1952
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