Hysterie - Zur Psychodynamik unbewusster Inszenierungen

by Stavros Mentzos
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Stavros Mentzos Hysterie - Zur Psychodynamik unbewusster Inszenierungen
Stavros Mentzos - Hysterie - Zur Psychodynamik unbewusster Inszenierungen

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This classical fundamental work reflects the newest developments in the media and society, such as the frenetic excitement among adolescents in the presence of the group “Tokio Hotel” or the growing phenomenon of sensation mongering.“Hysterical” is now used colloquially to mean fake, theatrical, histrionic, exaggerated. In psychiatry and psychology, on the other hand, the term was long connected with a number of physical and mental symptoms and disorders that arose in the 19th and declined in the 20th century. Freud’s definition of hysteria is now considered obsolete. Stavros Mentzos provides a number of impressive examples of how the modus of hysteria remains relevant today through the exhibition of unconscious acting-out. This helps us to understand not only psychopathological and psychosomatic dynamics, but human behaviour and interaction in general.

Contributors

Author:
Stavros Mentzos

Further information

Excerpt:
The classic handbook is now supplemented with a chapter about the term hysteria in the 21th century.
Media Type:
Paperback
Publisher:
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Biography Artist:

Prof. Dr. med. Stavros Mentzos (1930-2015) war Psychiater und Psychoanalytiker und Leiter der Abteilung für Psychotherapie und Psychosomatik des Klinikums der Universität Frankfurt/Main.
Reading Group Guide:
Psychoanalytiker, Psychotherapeuten, Psychiater, Ärzte, Sozialwissenschaftler.
Language:
German
Number of Pages:
192
Summary:
This now classical fundamental work has been expanded by a chapter on the notion of hysteria in the 21st century.

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Package Dimensions:
0.202 x 0.124 x 0.016 m; 0.222 kg
GTIN:
09783525461990
DUIN:
U9GU10PKHP3
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