The Assessment of Object Relations Phenomena in Adolescents: Tat and Rorschach Measures

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Subject Index

A
Abuse, see Trauma
Adjustment disorder
case illustration of, 91-97
family psychotherapy and, 94
MOA measures in, 92
object representation measures in, interpretation of, 91-93
SCORS measures in, 92
treatment formulations and recommendations in, 93-94
Adolescence
developmental tasks and, 70-71
diagnostic difficulties and, 9-11, 18
nonpatient adolescents and psychological assessment of, 71-88
Affect organization
splitting and, 55-56
Anaclitic-dependent disorders, see Personality organization
Anorexia nervosa
case illustrations of, 118-122
depressive introjective disorder and, 120
MOA measures in, 121
object representation measures in, interpretation of, 120, 122
psychopharmacological treatment and, 122
psychotherapy and, 122
SCORS measures in, 121
treatment formulations and recommendations in, 122

B
Borderline adolescents, see also Borderline personality organization
multimodal interventions and, 106-107
residential treatment and, 101
Rorschach research and, 37-38
SCORS research and, 39
Borderline personality organization
case illustrations of, 98-102, 102-107, 179-186
MOA measures in, 100, 105, 181, 184
object representation measures in, interpretation of, 99, 101, 104, 106, 180, 182, 183, 185
psychopharmacological interventions and, 102
psychotherapy recommendations and, 101, 107, 185
relationship to affective disorders, 117
SCORS measures in, 100, 105, 181, 184
sexual abuse and, 136
transference prognostications and, 102, 107, 182
treatment formulations and recommendations in, 101-102, 107, 182-183

C
Chronic, complex trauma
case illustrations of, 138-151, 142-146, 147-151
impact on development, 122-124, 134-136
MOA measures in, 140, 143, 147
object representation measures in, interpretation of, 139-141, 144-145, 149-150
prognosis and, 28, 151
psychotherapy recommendations and, 41, 142, 146, 150
psychopharmacological treatment and, 150
residential treatment and, 141
SCORS measures in, 140, 143, 147
sequelae of, 133-135
transference prognostications and, 142, 146
treatment formulations and recommendations in, 141-142, 146

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