Classical Texts in Psychology


Christopher D. Green

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INSTINCT AND THE UNCONSCIOUS
A CONTRIBUTION TO A BIOLOGICAL THEORY OF THE PSYCHO-NEUROSES

By William H.R. Rivers (1920)

 

PREFACE

I. INTRODUCTION

II. THE UNCONSCIOUS

III. SUPPRESSION

IV. SUPPRESSION AND INHIBITION

V. THE CONTENT OF THE UNCONSCIOUS

VI. THE NATURE OF INSTINCT

VII. THE DANGER-INSTINCTS

VIII. SUPPRESSION AND THE ALL-OR-NONE PRINCIPLE

IX. INSTINCT AND SUPPRESSION

X. DISSOCIATION

XI. THE "COMPLEX"

XII. SUGGESTION

XIII. HYPNOTISM

XIV. SLEEP

XV. THE PSYCHO-NEUROSES

XVI. HYSTERIA OR SUBSTITUTION-NEUROSIS

XVII. OTHER MODES OF SOLUTION

XVIII. REGRESSION

XIX. SUBLIMATION

APPENDIX

I. FREUD'S PSYCHOLOGY OF THE UNCONSCIOUS

II. A CASE OF CLAUSTROPHOBIA

III. THE REPRESSION OF WAR EXPERIENCE

IV. WAR-NEUROSIS AND MILITARY TRAINING

V. FREUD'S CONCEPTION OF THE "CENSORSHIP"

VI. "WIND-UP"