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What Should CBT practitioners learn from The Psychoanalyst Paul Wachtel or The concept of Exposure to Emotions as a development in CBT and as a potential bridge to an integrative model

An abstract of a paper submitted to the 2013 EABCT conference In this paper we will review the extensive work done by Paul Wachtel, A prominent psychoanalyst of the Intersubjective School. Wachtel, PhD, is CUNY Distinguished Professor in the doctoral … Continue reading

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Paul Wachtel shares thoughts on Neal Miller, Behaviour Therapy and Psychoanalysis

   I first became acquainted with Neal Miller’s work as an undergraduate at Columbia.  I had been a physics major for my first three years as an undergraduate and switched to psychology only in my senior year.  In order to … Continue reading

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Special Issue of the biofeedback magazine is dedicated to Neal Miller

We are happy to inform that the new issue of the biofeedback magazine published by the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback is dedicated to Neal’s work. While the committee has not been overly active recently, I hope this event will … Continue reading

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Psychoanalysis & Science

In the area of psychoanalysis, Miller examined Freudian concepts from a learning perspective, specifically stimulus-response theory.  Notions including frustration and aggression, approach-avoidance conflict behavior and displacement were meticulously investigated and finally explained via learning terminology. The current section provides a … Continue reading

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Miller’s Students and Collaborators

Neal Miller “raised” a significant group of students. This page summarizes some of his main messages to his students,  lists the students he educated, and features testimonials written by a number of these students and collaborators. Students (and the research advice … Continue reading

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