Introductions to Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Books in the Routledge Introductions to Contemporary Psychoanalysis series will serve as concise introductions dedicated to the most useful and influential concepts, theories, leading figures and techniques in psychoanalysis. 

The length of each book is fixed at 40,000 words. 

Not serving solely as an introduction for beginners, the purpose of the series is to offer compendiums of information in particular topics within different psychoanalytic schools. The series' books will be designed to be easily consulted and to provide informative answers in defined areas of psychoanalytic thought. Each book will provide contemporary and d ideas on a topic relevant to contemporary psychoanalysis – from the unconscious to intersubjectivity, enactment and neuropsychoanalysis.

Books will also be dedicated to prominent figures in the field, from Sandor Ferenczi, through Heinz Kohut and Otto Kernberg, to Steven Mitchell and Michael Eigen. We ask authors not merely to review a topic but also to address the readers with their own personal views and contribution to the specific chosen field. Books will make intricate ideas comprehensible without compromising their complexity.

Books that are included in Introductions to Contemporary Psychoanalysis

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