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    Tesi sulla sindrome di stoccolma

    ma possibile che non riesco a trovare nulla???
    ma potrei agganciarci secondo voi un discorso sul masochismo???

    cmq chiunque sappia qualcosa su questa sindrome o abbia qualche testo mi aiuti sennò non so come fare! grassieee

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    Postatore OGM L'avatar di willy61
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    Evolution and post-traumatic stress disorder.
    By: Watson, Paddy Burges; Cantor, Chris; Price, John. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Sep2007, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p770-771, 2p; Abstract: A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Traumatic entrapment, appeasement and complex post-traumatic stress disorder: evolutionary perspectives of hostage reactions, domestic abuse and the Stockholm syndrome," by G. Cantor and J. Price as well as a response from the authors. DOI: 10.1080/00048670701517975 (AN 33401382)
    Evolution and post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Traumatic entrapment, appeasement and complex post-traumatic stress disorder: evolutionary perspectives of hostage reactions, domestic abuse and the Stockholm syndrome.
    By: Cantor, Chris; Price, John. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, May2007, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p377-384, 8p Abstract: Evolutionary theory and cross-species comparisons are explored to shed new insights into behavioural responses to traumatic entrapment, examining their relationships to the Stockholm syndrome (a specific response to traumatic entrapment) and complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A selective literature review is undertaken examining responses to traumatic entrapment (including hostage, domestic abuse and similar situations) and the Stockholm syndrome, before examining mammalian, reptilian and other defensive responses to relevant threats. Chimpanzees, the closest relatives of humans, are closely examined from this perspective and commonalities in behavioural responses are highlighted. The neurobiological basis of defensive behaviours underlying PTSD is explored with reference to the triune brain model. Victims of protracted traumatic entrapment under certain circumstances may display the Stockholm syndrome, which involves paradoxically positive relationships with their oppressors that may persist beyond release. Similar responses are observed in many mammalian species, especially primates. Ethological concepts including dominance hierarchies, reverted escape, de-escalation and conditional reconciliation appear relevant and are illustrated. These phenomena are commonly encountered in victims of severe abuse and understanding these concepts may assist clinical management. Appeasement is the mammalian defence most relevant to the survival challenge presented by traumatic entrapment and appears to be the foundation of complex PTSD. Evolutionary perspectives have considerable potential to bridge and integrate neurobiology and the social sciences with respect to traumatic stress responses. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/00048670701261178 (AN 33401342)


    The Anatomy of a Hostage Situation.
    By: Wesselius, Cassie L.; DeSarno, James V.. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 1983, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p33-45, 13p Abstract: The authors have attempted to exemplify the social-psychological interplay between hostage and hostage taker and to dissect the impact of this type of event by focusing on one hostage-taking incident. The event described it representative of many incidents in which the hostage taker acts alone, without a supporting organization, and is primarily motivated by expressive needs. The hostages suffered many common emotions and symptoms. Each hostage also suffered in an individual way, determined in part by preceding events and dynamics and in part by the roles they assumed within the hostage situation. The more common Hostage Response Syndrome included the overt appearance of the Stockholm Syndrome in only one of the hostages. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN 12152732)


    Tutto qui, per ora

    Buona vita

    Guglielmo
    Dott. Guglielmo Rottigni
    Ordine Psicologi Lombardia n° 10126

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    Riferimento: Tesi sulla sindrome di stoccolma

    ciao!farò la tesi sullo stesso argomento e mi sono accorta che il materiale inerente effettivamente scarseggia!alla fine sei riuscita a trovare un po' di bibliografia?solo per curiosità..per sapere se rassegnarmi o meno!!=)grazie!

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    Riferimento: Tesi sulla sindrome di stoccolma

    bellissimo quest'argomentoooo! cecilia di centovetrine ha avuto questa sindrome.... a parte questo mi sembra un pò orientato anche sull'autolesionismo...

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    Riferimento: Tesi sulla sindrome di stoccolma


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    Postatore Compulsivo L'avatar di netaprina
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    Può essere banale il mio intervento, ma tutte le volte che penso alla Sindrome di Stoccolma, mi viene in mente la favola di "La Bella e la bestia" (non la versione Disney).
    Hai scelto un bellissimo argomento, ma il tuo prof non potrebbe indicarti quanche titolo della bibliografia?
    ciao e in bocca al lupo....



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