Ronald Britton

Ronald Britton is a well-known international psychoanalytic writer who has lectured widely in Europe and North and South America. He is a former President of the British Psychoanalytical Society and a Vice-President of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). He has a predominantly clinical approach but also a special interest in the relationship of psychoanalysis to literature, philosophy and theology. He was given the IPA Award for Outstanding Scientific Achievement in 2013 and the Sigourney Award for Outstanding Psychoanalytic Contributions in 2014.

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Between Mind and Brain: Models of the Mind and Models in the Mind

Between Mind and Brain: Models of the Mind and Models in the Mind

by Ronald Britton

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This book begins with an exploration of the relationship between mind and brain. It then examines various psychoanalytic models of the mind and moves to the task of the analyst to discover the... (more)

The Oedipus Complex Today: Clinical Implications

The Oedipus Complex Today: Clinical Implications

by Ronald Britton, Michael Feldman

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A collection of papers focusing on the Kleinian conception of the Oedipus complex, how this is now understood, and what effect it has had on clinical practice.

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Sex, Death, and the Superego: Experiences in Psychoanalysis

Sex, Death, and the Superego: Experiences in Psychoanalysis

by Ronald Britton

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This book is a personal reappraisal of psychoanalytic theories in the light of clinical experience. The first part is about sexuality and begins where psychoanalysis began, with hysteria. The second... (more)

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