complicated both intrapsychically
as well as socially.
But scripts are also interpersonal, worked up by the participants, and intrapsychically
focused on the way individuals conduct an internal dialogue about their desires and resistances.
These affects, equally social, produce different kinds of field effects or interactions both among individuals and intrapsychically
(among one's several or many selves, one might say).
, a child who hears that someone "abandoned him" or "didn't want him" feels a deep sense of devaluation.
A more transactional approach acknowledges that archetypally-patterned behaviors arise not intrapsychically
but interpersonally and that each major character is, in his or her own right, an ego-consciousness with whom others play archetypal roles.
It is important to focus on environmental issues and how they impact psychological well-being and not to assume that a person in distress has something intrapsychically
Here, inner subjective experience refers to the ways in which the individual intrapsychically
represents the father and the images and attendant feelings connected to mental representations of him (St.
My clinical work with seriously destructive people (Goldberg 1997; 2000) has shown me that the rapist's behavior is intrapsychically
reversible for the perpetrator; that is to say, in the rapist's psyche he is both victim and perpetrator.
, however, he would be less ethnically identified than other Chinese-American children reared in Chinese-American homes.
Mandatory counseling tends to focus the problem intrapsychically
within the disruptive student and neglects all the other relationships this individual has within the system.
Stated differently, ADP's utamawazo, a term which means culturally structured thought (Ani, 1994), is put together or organized cognitively, intrapsychically
determined in other words, with Eurasian cultural concepts
Once learned interpersonally, the same ultimate level of acceptance applies intrapsychically