obsessive neurosis

Related to obsessive neurosis: hypochondriasis, anxiety neurosis
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obsessive neurosis

n (Psych) → Zwangsneurose f
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Freud (1896) considered the presence or absence of affect to distinguish two forms of obsessive neurosis.
Similar to Freud's conceptualisation of obsessive neurosis (1896), the warded-off impulses typically derail the flight to a 'model world' (p.
Klein considered obsessive neurosis as rooted in the psychotic anxieties of the paranoid-schizoid position.
Klein (1932) appears to have reformulated a one-way direction of aggressive impulses into a dynamic interaction between the projection, introjection, and reprojection of sadistic impulses and persecutory anxieties in obsessive neurosis.
We return to our case example to illustrate Klein's understanding of obsessive neurosis.
If Gyllenhaal's Louis Bloom in "Nightcrawler" is all obsessive neurosis and self improvement-spewing dogma, his role as the doomed mountain climber Scott Fischer in "Everest," released in September, is characterized by utter repose and even a sense of grace when faced with his own mortality.
People who have these beliefs can become delusional and suffer from various psychological disorders including depres- sion, obsessive neurosis and introversion.
So Hersh had to reach deep into herself for this album, the follow-up to last year's Strange Angels and collection of Appalachian folk songs, and that is reflected in the disturbing subject matter - obsessive neurosis, sadism, masochism, parental guilt - wrapped up in a generous production (by Sheryl Crow's knob twiddler Trina Shoemaker) with Hersh's own wah-wah electric to the fore on several tracks, most effectively A Cleaner Light and Echo.

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