Ssay 2: Psychoanalyse an experience of guilt or shame which you have (or should have) experienced.

Discuss why you have chosen your essay question. Why does it interest you? What are the parts of the question/topic? What opportunities are presented by the question/topic? What is different about your approach to the subject? How will you give your essay a a?heart and soula of its own?
: This week you should attempt to read the whole of chapter 3 of Glassman & Hadadas Approaches to Psychology, entitled: The Behaviourist Approach. You will also be drawing on this chapter next week; however, the focus of the seminar will be on pages: 109-119,: a?Dreamsa in A Samuels (1985), Jung and the Post-Jungians, Roultedge, pp. 230-240. Jacobs, M. (2003) Sigmund Freud. Second Edition. Sage.Required Reading: a?Dreamsa in A Samuels (1985), Jung and the Post-Jungians, Roultedge, pp. 230-240Freud, S. (1974) The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud. London: Hogarth Press. Nye, R. D. (2000) a?Chapter 2: Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysisa in Three psychologies: perspectives from Freud, Skinner and Rogers. Stamford: Wadsworth. Storr, A. (1996) Freud. Oxford: OUP.
Symington, N. (1986). The Analytic Experience: Lectures from the Tavistock. Wright, E. (1993) Psy1. One 1500 word essay. This assessment constitutes 40% of your mark for this unit.

choanalytic Criticism. Routledge