Digest version of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis

 I published the digest version of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis.
                          English edition
                          Total pages: 307
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Chapter 1. Checkpoints and Clues
   Part T@Checkpoints: Do you have an accurate understanding of "mind"?
   Part U@Clues: You have a chance to get to the truth of mind.
Chapter 2. Introduction to the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Revolution of Psychoanalysis
   Contents of the Integation Theory of Psychoanalysis
Chapter 3. Outline of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   How to understand the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Basic model of mental structure (TypeT~ Type W)
   Functional network of neural transmissions in the brain
Chapter 4. Significance of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Significance of Psychoanalysis
   From theory of neurosis to theory of psychosis
   Cause and Cure of Psychosis
   New Treatment by Two psychoanalysts
   Why so little effort toward fully effective treatment?
Chapter 5. Fundamental Principles of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Two kinds of emotions (affects)
   Two kinds of characteristics of emotions (affects)
   Loop of forgiveness and Loop of help, Double restraint, Disorder formation,
   Radical treatment
Chapter 6. Roots of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Ajase Complex, Narcissism, Finding the cause and establishing treatment for
   psychosis (schizophrenia and manic-depressive disorders)
   Review work of conventional psychoanalysis
Chapter 7. New Science of Mind
   New psychiatry, New psychoanalysis (T)
   New Psychiatry, New psychoanalysis (U)
   Buddha and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Freud and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   M. Klein and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Kohut and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   D. Winnicott and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Developmental theory and the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Area of "Nothing,"   Psychoanalysis as science
Chapter 8. Basic Concepts in the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   A new version of psychiatry, Normality and abnormality of mind
   Cognition and Recognition, Characteristics of two kinds of displeasing
   emotions (affects), Loop of forgiveness and loop of help
   Functional network of neural transmissions in the emotional brain
   Masochism and Narcissism, The 14 factors constituting the emotion system
   Characteristics of factors in the emotion system
   Rule for neural transmissions in the emotion system
   Reglation, Defense, and Dissociation
   Pleasure-displeasure principle
   Interlocking movements between the masochistic and narcissistic systems
   Route of changing displeasure into pleasure
   Displeasure-return route (to the narcissistic system), Conflict
   Introjection and Projection, Sympathy and Intellectualization
   Mechanisms of pathological identification
   Types of pathological identification, Denial and projective identification
   Splitting, Basic defense preparation, Defensive fluidity
   Interlocking movements among the displeasing factors
   Premonitory type of the closed cycle, Closed cycle in the masochistic system
   Closed cycle in the narcissistic system, Transitional phenomena
   Denial or premonitory type of the closed cycle
   Pathological identification or primitive defense mechanisms
   Perversive thinking, Self-reproach cycle
Chapter 9. Personality Traits
   Personality traits, Idealized object growing up, Sbjectivity, Nature of rebellion
   Temperaments (Schizothymia and Cyclothymia)
   Temperaments and Pathological identification
   Hnosety (pureness) and Diligence
   Criticism and Patience (Frustration tolerance), Dependence (cling)
   Being enraptured (Being captivated), Expectation, Involvement, Conceit
   Pressing demand and Threat, Obsession, Scorn and Disregard, Regret
   Envy, Jealousy, Shame, Avoidance, Care (Apprehension), Antosociality
   Seduction and Histrionics, Play, Addiction
Chapter 10. Symptom Formation
   Symptom formation, Anxiety (Anxiety neurosis), Tension, Phobia
   Oedipus complex, Somatization, Obsession (Obsessive-compulsive neurosis)
   Irritation, Withdrawal, Apathy, Depersonalization, Mania and Depression
   Manic states, Depressive states, Harming self or object, Various dependencies
   Kleptomania and Pyromania, Paraphilia, Eating disorders, Dissociative disorders
   Hallucinations, Delusional states, Catatonia and Hebephrenia, Stereotypy
   Thought disturbances, Deterioration (Decay of personalities)
Chapter 11. Disorder Formation
   Disorder formation and Radical treatment, Causes of psychoses
   Radical treatments of psychoses, Schizophrenia, Cause of schizophrenia
   Radical treatment of schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorders
   Manic-depressive disorders, Cause of manic-depressive disorders
   Radical treatment of manic-depressive disorders
   Endogeneous unipolar depression
   Pathological states (Severely disturbed personality disorders)
   Pathological masochism (Four groups of disorders)
   Cause of pathological masochism, Radical treatment of pathological masochism
   Borderline personality disorders, Histrionic personality disorders
   Antisocial personality disorders, Obsessive-abortive personality disorders
   Pathological narcissism (Four groups of disorders)
   Cause of pathological narcissism, Radical treatment of pathological narcissism
   Schizoid personality disorders, Schizotypal personality disorders
   Paranoid (Delusional) personality disorders
   Passive-aggressive personality disorders
   Defensive states (Slightly disturbed personality disorders)
   Defensive masochism (Four groups of disorders), Irritable personality disorders
   Obsessive-compulsive personality disorders, Avoidant personality disorders
   Hysterical personality disorders, Defensive narcissism (Two groups of disorders)
   Narcissistic personality disorders, Dependent personality disorders, Neurosis 
Chapter 12. Therapeutic Techniques
   Therapeutic techniques, Empathy, Interpretation, Echo technique
   Apologetic technique
   Provoking technique and technique for inducing superiority in the object
Chapter 13. Summary of the Emotion Control Theory
   Characteristics of two kinds of displeasing emotions (affects)
   Double identification and gratification of forgiveness
   Double pleasure-displeasure principles
   Difference between pathological identification and primitive defense mechanisms
   Difference between symptom formation and disorder formation
   Basic defense preparation (remissive phase) and transference psychosis
   Formation and dissolution of conceit
   Four stages regarding the formation of the masochistic regulation system
   Four stages regarding the formation of the narcissistic regulation system
   Double restraint and significance of the second treatment
Chapter 14. Formation Theory of Psychic Phenomena
   Introduction, Confrict-free area, Dream, Marrow self and Consciousness
   Strength of Awakening, Recognition, Reality testing
   Functional network of neural transmissions in the brain, Self-consciousness
   The preconscious, The unconscious, Types of self-consciousness
   Emotion (affect) exclusion type of self-consciousness
   Regulatory type of self-consciousness, Defensive type of self-consciousness
   Insight into disease and feeling of illness (Krankheitsgef̈ühl)
   Dissociative type of self-consciousness, Psychogenic amnesia
   Cause of multiple personality disorder, Multiple personality traits
   Treatment of multiple personality disorder, Way to Enlightenment
   Eros period, Thanatos period, Logos period
   Emotional control and Recognitory formation
   Subtle and profound experiences and Essence negation
   Putting into fortuity and Humanism
Chapter 15. Dream
   Just a dream, but a dream
   Dreams and Hallucinations, Dreams of Freud
   Is dream analysis useful for treatment?
Chapter 16. Historical Aspects of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Structure theory of personality
   The Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis connecting Buddha to Freud
   The preconscious|The conscious|The unconscious (New topography)
   Self and Relations
Chapter 17. Theoretical concepts in the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   Level and type of disorders, Schizophrenia and Manic-depressive disorders
   Disorder concept called "pathological masochism"
   Disorder concept called "pathological narcissism"
   Defense mechanisms and Psychic mechanisms, Cognition and Emotion (Affect)
Chapter 18. Themes on Aggression
   Dealing with aggression, Death instinct, Masochism and Forgiveness
   Violence and Crimes
Chapter 19. Transitional Phenomena
   Fragmented self and Divided object, Jealousy and Bullying (Abuse)
   Sexual sadism and Sexual masochism
   Dependencies and Depression (Obsessive-abortive personality disorders)
   Addiction and Dependencies
   Transitional phenomena and the premonitory type of the closed cycle
Chapter 20. Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders
   Conventional thoughts on dissociation, My thoughts on dissociation
   Location of dissociative disorders
   My theory on dissociation and dissociative disorders
   Multiple personality disorder and Schizophrenia
   Preconsciousness and Dissociation, Dissociation and Projective identification
   How to use the preconscious, Consciousness and Self-consciousness
   Defense and Dissociation
   Anxiety, Affective incontinence and Depersonalization, Amnesia
   Somatization and Hysteria, Basic structure of Multiple personality disorder
Chapter 21. Psychodynamics concerned with Consciousness
   Emotion system concerned with consciousness
   Consciousness and Displeasure-regulation system
   Consciousness and Displeasure-defense system
   Consciousness and Curative mechanism
   Projective identification and Dissociative disorders
   Auditory hallucinations and Affective incontinence
Chapter 22. Depression and its surroundings
   Psychodynamics on mood changes, Withdrawal in depression
   Feeling of "wanting to die," Despair and Depression, Depression and Suicide
   Despair and Fugue, Despair cycle, Desire to transform
   Despair, Depression and Dissociative disorders
Chapter 23. Therapeutic Concepts in the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis
   What is Psychoanalysis?
   Resistance, Regression, Feeling of abandonment, Transference cure
   Turning points and Termination of treatment
Chapter 24. Directions for the radical treatment of Psychoses
   Aim for cure, First treatment preceding second treatment
   Second treatment following first treatment
   Decisive factor during the process of treatment
   Verification of terminated treatment
Chapter 25. Improving Stages of Mental Disorders
   Temperaments and Type of disorders
   Schizophrenia→Borderline personality disorders→Avoidant personality disorders
   Manic-depressive disorders→Schizoid personality disorders→Narcissistic
   personality disorders
   Improving stages among disorders along the non-axis of temperaments
   Histrionic personality disorders and Hysterical personality disorders
Chapter 26. The Revision of Freud's theory
   Causation and Comprehension, From the unconscious to the emotional brain
   From the Libidinal theory to the Emotional theory, From fantasy to reality
   Break from the theory of sexuality, Essence of revising Freud's theory
Chapter 27. Brain Research
   Mind and Brain, Four constituent factors of neural transmission
   Content of neural transmissions=Route of neural transmissions+Form of
   neural transmissions
   Drugs made from neurotransmitters induced by psychoanalysis (psychotherapy)
   Emotion Control Theory and Brain Research
   Recycling function of the reward system
   Center of aggression and Center of fragility
   Causes and Results of mental disorders related to the brain
Chapter 28. Enlightenment
   From faith to enlightenment, Why is enlightenment sought?
   Mind that is not caught (mind that sticks to nothing)
   Definition of enlightenment, Enlightenment and Unconsciousness
   Enlightenment and Dialectic, Similar concepts concerning Enlightenment
   Area of the mind without "pain," Enlightenment and Patience
   Enlightenment and Hope, Enlightenment for modern people
   Enlightenment and Intuition, Calmness and Lasting calmness
   Enlightenment and Reasonable experiences, Enlightenment and Relation
   Enlightenment and Meditative solitude
Chapter 29. Everyday psychology
   Predictable and Unpredictable, Enjoyment and Fun, Conceit and Meddling
   Involvement and Irritation, Impatience and Antisociality
   Withdrawn solitude and Meditative solitude, Withdrawal and Manic defenses
   Role of duty, Patience and Sense of duty, Defensive factors and Sociality
   Degree of awakening and Displeasure-defense system
   Envy and Being enraptured, Tenderness and Considerateness
   Expectation and Hope, Trust and Hope, Hope and Despair, Possession and Hope
   Does having a reason for living mean "being caught?"
   Readiness and Resignation, Omniscience and Lasting calmness
   Characteristics common to life and death, Freedom and Hope
   After enlightenment has been attained, Avoidance and Stereotypical obsession
   Enlightenment and Society
Chapter 30. Other important issue
   Intersubjective theory and Relational theory, Screening method of the mind
   Personal evaluation from the viewpoint of behavior
   Neural networks of the brain and Freedom, Ramus and Genius
Chapter 31. Psychoanalysis and the great earthquake disaster in East Japan
   In the middle of dissosiation, Sense of unity and solidarity
   Loss of self originating in loss of object, Pervasive despair
   Patience and Hope 

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  The Integration theory of Psychoanalysis represents the culmination of
my studies on psychoanalysis carried out over more than twenty years.
The contents of that work is enormously complex, vast, and wide-ranging.
Here, I present a digest version of the work, summarizing all the important points as plainly and compactly as possible.
  The Integration theory of Psychoanalysis has its foundations in the work of 
Sigmoid Freud and the research that followed, but it surpasses all Freudian
approaches and stands as a completely new type of paychoanalysis.
The therapeutic strategy of neurosis formed the core of Freud's studies, and
research after Freud focused on the therapeutic strategy of pathological states
(severely disturbed personality disorders). In my work, however, I bring
psychoses into a treatable area. To do this, it was necessary to revise vague
conventional concepts and introduce a new way of thinking to reconfigure
theory so that it centered around the emotion system. By discovering the
characteristics of emotion and developing the structure theory of personality,
I was able to establish a radical treatment of psychosis, just as Freud
established psychoanalysis through his discovery of transference, which
underlay the development of the theory of neurosis.
  My studies over many years elucidate every known phenomenon of mind
(psychodynamics), and open psychoanalysis to application throughout a vast
mental area ranging from psychosis to enlightenment. In addition, my
research supports advances in work "connecting mind and brain," which is
a fast-developing field today. It is inevitable that work in this field will toward
full understanding of functional networks of neural transmissions in brain
and the emotion system. Someday, the various neural transmissions will be
identified, making possible studies on mind from the viewpoint of mind
precedes those studies. In other words, these fields also belong to
psychoanalysis. I believe that more detailed and elaborate studies that
connect brain research and psychoanalysis will be needed in the future.


The word mind is used in the sense of emotion or feeling, which is carefully
discussed in terms of structure and function and whose connection with the
brain is explained on the basis of exhaustive research.



                  Digest version of the Integration Theory of Psychoanalysis