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P. and von Bracken, H. ), Perspectives in personality theory. New York: Basic Books, 1957, 3-24. PART TWO Exploration s in Behavior Daniel R. Miller II Studies of Denial in Fantasy INTRODUCfiON 0F ALL THE PSYCHOANALYTIC CONCEPTS, none have WOn such widespread acceptance as the mechanisms of defense. At the present time, a case study without an analysis of the patient's defenses is almost inconceivable. It is a rare textbook in introductory psychology, principles of psychiatry, or casework which omits references to defenses.
The influence of Marxism, of capitalism, of war, of social disintegration, of the psychologist's temperament or his imbedded values). And X will deal, in a like manner, with the history of instruments and methods, of HISTORICAL TRENDS IN PERSONALITY RESEARCH 21 regions and populations studied, of basic assumptions and avowed intentions. Of one thing we can be reasonably certain: The astute X will not often be confused by names-names for philosophical positions, concepts, theories, techniques, schools of psychology, and so forth.
And X will deal, in a like manner, with the history of instruments and methods, of HISTORICAL TRENDS IN PERSONALITY RESEARCH 21 regions and populations studied, of basic assumptions and avowed intentions. Of one thing we can be reasonably certain: The astute X will not often be confused by names-names for philosophical positions, concepts, theories, techniques, schools of psychology, and so forth. He will not assume, for example, that entities with different names are necessarily different, or that entities with the same names are similar, or that the nature of an entity (object, process, relation, theory, method) corresponds to the dictionary meaning of the word by which it is denoted.