Theory, Research, and Clinical Implications
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November 22, 2019
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Weaving together state-of-the-art research, theory, and clinical insights, this book provides a new understanding of the unconscious and its centrality in human functioning. The authors review heuristics, implicit memory, implicit learning, attribution theory, implicit motivation, automaticity, affective versus cognitive salience, embodied cognition, and clinical theories of unconscious functioning. They integrate this work with cognitive neuroscience views of the mind to create an empirically supported model of the unconscious. Arguing that widely used psychotherapies—including both psychodynamic and cognitive approaches—have not kept pace with current science, the book identifies promising directions for clinical practice.
This title is part of the Psychoanalysis and Psychological Science Series, edited by Elliot L. Jurist.