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Subjetividad y procesos cognitivos

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MALDAVSKY, David. Nuevos aportes al método de investigación del proceso secundario (ADL-PS) y sus fallas en el discurso del paciente: instrumentos, procedimientos, aplicacionesNew contributions to the secondary process research method (DLA-SP) and its flaws in the patient's discourse: instruments, procedures, application. Subj. procesos cogn. [online]. 2018, vol.22, n.1, pp.65-83. ISSN 1852-7310.

The author presents advances concerning a method for the study of preconsciousconscious thinking and its flaws in the course of a session, from a Freudian perspective. After synthesizing the preceding developments of this same method, the author includes two new features: 1) a more detailed presentation of the procedures for the construction of the sample and its analysis, and 2) the proposal of combining the existing instrument (which allows to characterize the thinking process and its flaws, taking into account the Freudian categories relating to types of thinking that root in the ego) with others, complementary, that allow to characterize the features of the patient´s thinking process in terms of form and content and in terms of sensitivity to own wishes and other people´s ones. The author illustrates his proposals with the study of two cases and the comparison between them.

Keywords : Types of preconscious thinking; Features of preconscious thinking; Procedures for the study of preconscious thinking.

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