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    • The subject of addiction 

      Loose, Rik (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2002)
      The earliest evidence of psychoactive drug use and knowledge of hallucinogenic plants dates back some 13,000 years. Most early forms of religion used drugs in an attempt to gain divine knowledge. Drugs and drug use are an ...
    • A systems model of the evolution of literary paradigms 

      Sadowski, Piotr (De Gruyter, 2002)
      The paper applies a cybernetic theory of the dynamism of systems to create a model of the evolution of literary paradigms in a macro-historical perspective, that is, from the hypothetical beginnings of literature up to the ...
    • Symptom and anxiety 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2004)
      What follows is the text of a talk presented at the sixth annual conference of the Affiliated Psychoanalytic Workgroups held in Omaha, Nebraska in September 2004. The APW began several years ago with the aim of providing ...
    • The Parmenides and the One 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2004)
      I am going to talk to you about a dialogue by Plato called Parmenides because both in Seminar XIX, …ou pire, and in the series of lectures entitled The knowledge of the psychoanalyst, Lacan indicates it as a text which ...
    • APPI and statutory regulation of the title psychotherapist 

      O'Donnell, Barry (Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2005)
      In the early 1990s, the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) formed as a learned society. It drew together graduates of the School of Psychotherapy, St. Vincent's University Hospital, and ...
    • Discovering transference 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2006)
      Today we are marking the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud. Why? Because he founded a new clinical practice, named psychoanalysis. His radical step, which he himself described, retrospectively, ...
    • Lacan's invention 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2006)
      Lacan was always concerned with what was distinctive about psychoanalysis, with what is new with psychoanalysis, and why it is justifiable to speak of the Freudian discovery. This concern occupied him no less in Les non-dupes ...
    • Forging a new template : proposing a more effective way of working with drug users 

      Byrne, Declan; Loose, Rik (Kilbarrack Coast Community Programme (KCCP), 2007)
      Addiction is characterised by a sense of urgency or immediacy and it concerns a need to feel good, to be without pain or even to acquire an ideal state of feeling. But are these needs not something that most people can ...
    • The origins of the psychological 'interior' - evidence from imperial roman literacy practices and related issues 

      McMahon, Ciaran (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008)
      The pervasiveness in psychological literature of the assumption that mental events and psychology in general occur within the person – henceforth the psychological interior‘ – is introduced and the received view of its ...
    • Bully/victim problems in Northern Ireland’s schools : data from the 2000 young persons’ behaviour and attitude survey 

      McGuckin, Conor; Hyland, Pauline; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Individual Differences Association, 2008)
      Comparatively little is known about the nature, incidence and correlates of bully/victim problems in the Northern Ireland school system. The aim of the present study was to examine the prevalence of self-reported experiences ...
    • Valuing equality in Irish social care 

      Hanlon, Niall (Social Care Ireland, 2009)
      In this article the author critiques Irish social care by presenting an equality perspective on practice. An equality perspective involves developing emancipatory practices, that is, ways of helping that provide egalitarian ...
    • Report from the external relations panel, The NIBPS & PSI joint careers event, University of Ulster, Coleraine, Saturday, 28 February 2009 

      Hyland, Pauline (The Irish Psychologist, 2009)
      Report on a NIBPS and PSI careers event held in the University of Ulster in 2009
    • Bully/victim problems in Northern Ireland’s schools: Data from the 2003 Young Persons’ Behaviour and Attitude Survey. 

      McGuckin, Conor; Hyland, Pauline; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Libra Publishers Inc., 2009)
      Mc Guckin and Lewis (2003, 2006, 2008), Mc Guckin, Cummins, and Lewis (in press, under review a), and Mc Guckin, Lewis and Cummins (under review b) have reported that little is known about the nature, incidence and correlates ...
    • Towards the difference between neurosis and psychosis 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2009)
      This paper recommends that clinicians attempting to differentiate the structures of neurosis and psychosis take account of Freud's thinking on the mental act of negation, based on his clinical practice, as well as Jacques ...
    • What might a School be? 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2010)
      This paper is a response to Lacan 's reference to the ancient philosophical schools when he was launching the school in 1964. It aims to shed light on the reference through a consideration of material which describes the ...
    • Androgyny and (near) perfect marriage : a systems view of the genders of Leopold and Molly Bloom 

      Sadowski, Piotr (Northern Illinois University, 2010)
      The essay seeks to analyse the nature of the marital relations between Leopold and Molly Bloom from Joyce’s Ulysses in the light of the spouses’ respective psychological genders. The analysis is underpinned by systems ...
    • Experiences of school bullying, psychological well-being and stress in Northern Ireland : data from the 2005 Young Life and Times Survey 

      McGuckin, Conor; Hyland, Pauline; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Manchester University Press, 2010)
      Comparatively little is known about the nature, incidence and correlates of bully/victim problems in the Northern Ireland school system. The present study examined the prevalence of self-reported experiences of bully/victim ...
    • 'Per via di porre', 'per via di levare', 'per via di tagli' : contemporary symptoms and the art of interpretation 

      Loose, Rik (Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland, 2010)
      In Du Discours Psychanalytique Lacan seems to argue that the discourse of the master produces the discourse of the capitalist, or at least, he implies that the discourse of the capitalist is produced by a warping of the ...
    • New bottle : old wine! School bullying among primary school pupils and the emergence of cyberbullying 

      McGuckin, Conor; Hyland, Pauline; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Access Research Knowledge (ARK), 2010)
      Involvement in ‘traditional’ (face-to-face) bully/victim problems at school has been linked to impaired health and well-being, a reduction in educational attainment, long-term relationship and intimacy issues, and potential ...
    • f2f and cyberbullying among children in Northern Ireland : data from the Kids Life and Times Surveys 

      McGuckin, Conor; Hyland, Pauline; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Association for the Advancement of Psychology and Education (AAPE), 2010)
      Comparatively little is known about the nature, incidence and correlates of bully/victim problems in the Northern Ireland school system. The present study examined the prevalence of self-reported experiences of bully/victim ...