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Análise Psicológica

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VIEGAS, João Carlos  e  MARQUES, Maria Emília. O Rorschach e o agir na patologia borderline: A alucinação negativa e a simbolização. Aná. Psicológica [online]. 2009, vol.27, n.3, pp.295-306. ISSN 0870-8231.

We have attempted to reach the psychic mechanisms together with mental and relational processes, underlying acting in the Borderline pathology, conceiving it as a search for continent, sense and symbolisation, which acts against the threat of nothing that underlies the absence of substance of symbolic. To test this conception, we regard Rorschach as a “virtual space of negative hallucination”, by assimilating previous methodological assumptions that establish the instrument as “a space of relationship, interpretation, communication and symbolisation”. All in all, we believe to have presented a new theoretical contribution to the understanding of the phenomena involving acting, to the extent that we have conceived it differently from the previous conceptions; as well as a new methodical contribution, since the Clinical Psychology has proved to lack the methods and techniques fit to tackle the dimension of negative, in other words, the fundamental presence of nothing as well as the occurrence of negative hallucination.

Palavras-chave : Acting; Borderline pathology; Negative hallucination; Rorschach.

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