The Large Group: Dynamics and Therapy

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Index
Amsterdam, Congress of European Psycho-Analysts, 34
Ancient Greeks, and Koinonia, 149
Andersen, Hans, The Snow Queen, 151
Anonymisation, 74-6, 82
Anonymity, 308 overdetermined state of, 78
Anthony, E. J., 18
Anthropology, 291 and the large group, 252, 253
Anxiety, primitive, 304 psychotic, 149, 151, 153 signal, 304
Anzieu, Professor Didier, 23
Asch, S. E., experiments on conformity, 183
Atkinson Morley's Hospital, 306
Austin Riggs Center, Massachusetts, 21
Australia, Frazer House, 197
Background boundary skin, 97 intra-psychic, 134
Background of time-past, 97-8
Bales, Robert F., 88, 183
Balint, M., 227
Basic Assumption, activity, 99, 193 Group, 116, 130
Behaviour therapy programmes, 234
Behavioural science, applications in industry, 273, 281, 282
Belmont Hospital, Social Rehabilitation Unit, 199
Bennis, W. G., 280
Berne, Eric, games, 221
Bethlem Royal Hospital, postgraduate training complex, 234
Bion, W. R., 18, 25, 153, 186,
Basic Assumptions, 99, 116193, 221
Northfield experiments, 197
psychoanalytic and group- psychotherapeutic approach, 198, 227
Blake, R. R., Managerial Grid programmes, 282
Bradley, Professor A. C., 133
Bristol University, 88
British colonial domination, Newfoundland, 254
British Journal of Psychiatry, 23
British psychiatric services, 14
British Psycho-Analytical Society, 33
Buckley, Walter, 156
Burke, Edmund, 133
Burrow, Trigant, 17
Calamity, 221, 222 relationships, 217, 218, 220
Canetti, Elias, 311
Caplan, G., 227
Cartwright, D., 178, 179, 180
Cassel Hospital, 18, 44, 62, 68
Charney, I. W., 297, 298
Child development studies, 292
Chile, experiment in large groups, 188
Christ, J., 248, 250
Clark, A. W., 197
Clark, David, 23
Clark, D. H., 200
Class wars, 75, 76
Cobb, Stanley, 291
Cognitive Unconscious, the, 299-301

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