Перейти к содержимому

IPB Style© Fisana

Информация о файле

  • Издательство: Grove Press
  • Год: 1964
  • Кол-во страниц: 192
  • Загружен: 25 Dec 2009 22:08
  • Размер файла: Неизвестно
  • Просмотров: 1929
  • Нумерация страниц в тексте: нет
  • Соответствие оригиналу: да
  • Статус вычитки: нет
  • Язык: Английский

Содержание (оглавление)

Table of contents
Preface
introduction
1 social intercourse
2 the structuring of time
Part I analysis of games.
Chapter one structural analysis
Chapter two transactional analysis.
Chapter three procedures and rituals
Chapter four pastimes.
Chapter five games.
1 definition
2 a typical game
3 the genesis of games
4 the function of games.
5 the classification of games.
Part II a thesaurus of games
introduction.
1 notation.
2 colloquialisms.
Chapter six life games.
1 alcoholic
2 debtor.
3 kick me
4 now i've got you, you son of a bitch.
5 see what you made me do.
Chapter seven marital game
1 corner
2 courtroom.
3 frigid woman.
4 harried
5 if it weren't for you.
6 look how hard i've tried
7 sweetheart
Chapter eight party games
1 ain't it awful.
2 blemish
3 schlemiel
4 why don't you-yes but
Chapter nine sexual games.
1 let's you and him fight
2 perversion.
3 rapo.
4 the stocking game
5 uproar.
Chapter ten underworld games
1 cops and robbers.
2 how do you get out of here.
3 let's pull a fast one on joey.
Chapter eleven consulting room games
1 greenhouse.
2 i'm only trying to help you
3 indigence
4 peasant.
5 psychiatry.
6 stupid
7 wooden leg
Chapter twelve good games
1 busman's holiday
2 cavalier
3 happy to help
4 homely sage
5 they'll be glad they knew me.
Part III beyond games
Chapter thirteen the significance of games.
Chapter fourteen the players
Chapter fifteen a paradigm
Chapter sixteen autonomy
Chapter seventeen the attainment of autonomy.
Chapter eighteen after games, what?
Appendix.
The classification of behavior

  Загрузить Berne E. Games People Play. The psychology of human relationships

* * * * * 1 Голосов


Скриншот
THIS book is primarily designed to be a sequel to my book Transnational Analysis in Psychotherapy,1 but has been planned so that it can be read and understood independently. The theory necessary for the analysis and clear understanding of games has been summarized in Part I. Part II contains descriptions of the individual games. Part III contains new clinical and theoretical material which, added to the old, makes it possible to understand to some extent what it means to be game-free. Those desiring further background are referred to the earlier volume. The reader of both will note that in addition to the theoretical advances, there have been some minor changes in terminology and viewpoint based on further thinking and reading and new clinical material.
The need for this book was indicated by interested requests from students and lecture audiences for lists of games, or for further elaboration of games mentioned briefly as examples in a general exposition of the principles of transactional analysis.



Психологический юмор, анекдоты