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Definition of Abreaction
AbreactionAbreaction Ab`re*ac"tion, n. [Pref. ab- + reaction, after G.
See Catharsis, below.
Meaning of Abreaction from wikipedia
(German: Abreagieren) is a psychoanalytical
term for reliving
it of its emotional
excesses—a type of catharsis. Sometimes...
- Freudian psychoanalytic concept
, equating engrams
to the painful subconscious memories
that abreaction therapy brings
up to the conscious...
- Pain. Janov distinguishes
from emotional catharsis
, an abreaction being
(according to Janov) a "pseudo-primal". A primal
may be able to endure great stress before suddenly cracking
open. Abreaction Psychotic break
Wordnet.Princeton.edu G. A. Kimble, Psychology
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Abreaction therapy Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy
- creating Dianetics
by many psychologists
such as William
Sargant's work on abreaction
therapy, Carl Jung, Roy Grinker
and John Spiegel's writing
- traumatic history
of the patient, and developed
of "autogenic abreaction
". His disciple
Luis de Rivera, a McGill
- whether exposure therapy
memories, also known
and physical contact during therapy
- greater importance
in psychoanalysis, in contrast
to the immediacy
are made when the client comes
up with some material...
of results obtained
, or lie detection. Lakshman, Sriram
(May 2007). "Narcoanalysis and some...
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