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    Dual/Multiple Coding Theory in Psychoanalysis

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    I need help in a peer-reviewed study based on psychoanalytic theory published in the last twenty five years.
    How does the study present material differently than earlier analysts (say, in Freud's times)?
    How are psychoanalytic concepts addressed in the more recent studies? Provide examples.

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    Psychoanalytic Theory - New Ideas

    Author: Wilma Bucci
    Title: Dual coding: A cognitive model for psychoanalytic research
    Details: from Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 33(3), 1985, 571-607, republished in 2002
    URL: http://apa.sagepub.com/content/33/3/571
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    This study, done by Bucci in 1985 is seminal in that Bucci further explored the possibilities of psychoanalytic theory by proposing that human beings have multiple systems of experiencing, processing and thus understanding the world. In this particular work, which is Bucci's earliest attempt at exploring multiple processing systems, she first proposed the 'dual code theory' which is the verbal and nonverbal processing of information/stimuli connected by a referential linking system. To her, sometimes this connection can be incomplete, and is also subject to emotive elements, especially when processing non-verbal stimuli (i.e. ...

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    The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the task (see above) on the topic of new ideas and theories in psychoanalysis. The solution presents the work of Bucci on dual/multiple codes. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.