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It’s clear that it can easily destroy people’s lives. Az “Ennek is te vagy az oka!
Transactional Analysis in Psychotherapy – Eric Berne
The first person, most often a woman, flirts with the second person, most often a man, until he expresses some concrete sexual interest.
Eszter is currently reading it Aug 26, A “Rossz helyen kopogtatsz! There is a series of interactions, followed by an emotional payoff. He discusses procedures, rituals, and pastimes in social behavior, in light of this method of analysis.
Aug 27, Jay Green rated it did not like it. Mindig mondta is nekem.
Ha ezt nem teszem, akkor elpirulok. A game is a pattern of behaviour usually involving two or perhaps three people. Secker and Warburg, Eric Berne explains eriic the highest kind of relationship is “Love”, and, of course, he explains how it is Her payoff is satisfaction that she’s managed to discomfit him and reassurance that she has sexual power, but it’s basically harmless.
The basic idea behind this book — that human interactions often follow patterns, and many of these patterns can be described in the manner of games and understood better beren analyzed as such — is fundamentally sound, and a really useful paradigm.
Apr 10, Ali rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Ha nem az nyer, akit szeretett volna, akkor is igent kell mondania. Want to Read saving….
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What I wanted was to get the description of the game, see an example provided by an analysis, then see an example of the antithesis with similar analysis. However, I think most modern psychologists would say that berrne number of the games identified have more root causes than this text makes out. I thought it was insightful to point out that all of these are essentially the same thing: I found the general concept an interesting metaphor rather than a scientifically proven social reality.
Ennek is te vagy az oka! A Layman’s Guide to Psvchiatry and Psychoanalysis. Some of hatszmak ideas are now dated, bordering on offensive.
Nowadays we use research, not “ideas. This a an excellent readable and practical explanation of destructive social jatsz,ak, He breaks down common patterns this is from the 60’s so there are variations now and shows easy ways to identify games that people are acting outand what it looks like to live game-free Berne is funny and insightful. Games People Play by Eric Berne. Refresh and try again. Every problem does not need to be classified as phallic, oral, or anal. It’s hard to explain how much i’ve learned from this book, I think I should read the book once more to learn some new things.
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The second half of the book catalogues a series of “mind games” in which people interact through a patterned and predictable series of “transactions” which are superficially plausible that is, they may appear normal to bystanders or even to the people involvedbut which actually conceal motivations, include private significance to the parties involved, and lead to a well-defined predictable outcome, usually counterproductive.
This book needs a major overhaul. He followed graduation with a residency in psychiatry at Yale University, where he studied psychoanalysis under Paul Federn.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In applicable cases, it not only provides some reasonable explanations for behaviors that seem inexplicable on the surface, getting to the root of the game offers a way to actually break the pattern.
View all 10 comments. Lists with This Book. On a psychological-interactive playfield Bern My absolute darling of a father has been badgering me to read this book since I was a kid. But now I see jatsz,ak all the fuss was about. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
This book is quite the “A-ha, I see your such and such play, and I raise you this seemingly innocuous play”. What is the name of the book author mentions? No trivia or quizzes yet. Eric Berne explains that emveri highest I’ve read this book two times, this is the third book written by Prof. Frederick Wiseman a “Psychiatry and the Law: But I found the basic concepts to be valuable, and would be really interested to read more contemporary, less jatszjak perspectives on this topic.
While at McGill he wrote for several student newspapers using pseudonyms.