Burying Freud

  title={Burying Freud},
  author={Raymond C. Tallis},
  journal={The Lancet},
  • R. Tallis
  • Published 9 March 1996
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet

Subjectivity, Bayesianism, and causality

Layering lenses : an exploration of integration in counselling psychology

Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities are encouraged to engage with psychological services and psychodynamic approaches are recommended to meet their diverse needs. Although external aspects

Some limitations of analysis.

  • R. Mizen
  • Psychology
    The Journal of analytical psychology
  • 2009
This paper considers some of the difficulties that exist in reconciling the 'treatment' and the 'cultural' aspects of analytic ideas and practice; the extent, for example, to which analysis is both

Contralateral medial temporal lobe damage in right but not left temporal lobe epilepsy: a 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy study

Unilateral mesial temporal lobe epilepsy is associated with widespread metabolic abnormalities which involve contralateral mesial and neocortical temporal lobe structures, which appear to be more pronounced in patients with RTLE.

Medicine, Psychiatry and Euthanasia: An Argument Against Mandatory Psychiatric Review

  • M. Parker
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry
  • 2000
Mandatory psychiatric review of requests for assisted death is an instance of the medicalisation of death and dying which could abridge the freedom of certain individuals to make decisions about their deaths.

Psychoanalysis — an endangered species?

In less than a generation there has been a remarkable change in the face of psychotherapy, and many psychotherapeutic treatments can convincingly claim to be part of 'evidence-based medicine' (Roth & Fonagy, 1996).