Journal title RICERCA PSICOANALITICA
Author/s Giuseppe Craparo
Publishing Year 2013 Issue 2013/2 Language Italian
Pages 12 P. 73-84 File size 191 KB
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Starting from the theoretical-clinical analysis of the pathological dissociation implied in addictions, the author suggests a new view of addictive symptoms (compulsion to assume any substance-object) with the help of the distinction between repressed and non repressed unconscious. The assumption is that in persons affected by an addiction (from sex to the Internet, to psychotropic substances to food, etc.), the dissociative nature of compulsive behaviours is associated to an alteration of the unrepressed unconscious caused by traumatic relational experiences suffered early on in life.
Keywords: Addiction, dissociation, unrepressed unconscious, repressed unconscious, trauma, repression
Giuseppe Craparo, Addiction, dissociazione e inconscio non rimosso. Un contributo teorico secondo la prospettiva evolutivorelazionale in "RICERCA PSICOANALITICA" 2/2013, pp 73-84, DOI: 10.3280/RPR2013-002005