Between Couch and Piano: Psychoanalysis, Music, Art and Neuroscience

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Index

a
abandonment 34 , 73
accelerandos 87
accent 45 ;
unexpected 11
ACTH (adrenocorticotrophic hormone) 121 -2
accompaniment 7 , 9 , 97 , 127 ;
nonverbal 8
actuality 32 , 158
adaptation 159 ;
long-term 48
aesthetics xxvii , xxviii , 21 , 23 , 32 , 39 , 41 , 96 , 143 ;
false picture in 98 ;
psychoanalytic 112 ;
see also form;
illusion;
structure;
tension;
unity
affect xxix - xxx , 14 , 37 , 50 , 89 ;
art and 49 , 52 , 54 ;
blocked 41 , 53 ;
confused 74 ;
dynamic inner structures of 152 ;
learning to express 3 ;
motion and 135 ;
nonverbalized 8 ;
perception of 50 ;
regulation of 112 -31, 133 ;
responsive 151 ;
unverbalized 4
agitation 78 , 79 , 103 , 132
Aiken, C. 57
Akhtar, S. 13
alexithymia 6
alienation 34 , 62 , 63
Allport, G.W. 90 -1, 137
aloneness 7 , 24 ;
existential 32
altered states 53 , 54 , 100
Amati-Mehler, J. 36
ambiguity 17 , 34 , 40 , 56 , 104 , 138 , 147 , 160 ;
gender 63
amygdala 121 , 122 , 123 , 146
anger 30 , 54 , 78
anticipation 125 , 131 , 161
anxiety 39 , 74 , 78 ;
castration 34 ;
defensive 47 ;
existential 34 , 158 ;
separation 32 , 34 ;
shared 110 ;
vocal patterns associated with 11
appraisal:
on-the-spot 52 ;
self 4
Arlow, J.A. 82
arpeggios 112
art therapy 112
associations xii , 145 , 160
asymmetries xxi , 39 , 147
Atlas, E.E. xiv
atonality xii , 100 , 101 , 102 , 156
attachment 126 ;
emotional 124 ;
libidinal 31 , 124 ;
maternal 116
attention 14 , 72 , 78 , 133 ;
neonate's 116
attunement 1 , 3 , 6 , 139 , 155 ;
affective 126 , 128 ;
bodily temporal 13 ;
maternal 53 , 125 ;
wordless 160
audition 136
auditory processing 12
Auerhahn, N.C. 120
authenticity 20 , 115 ;
loss of 159
autokinetic phenomenon 143
autonomy 124 , 138
awareness 32 , 81 , 148 ;
creative expansion of xxvii ;
feelingful 43 ;
preconscious 95 ;
rebirth of 21 , 24 ;
self 135

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