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L’accès violent dans la psychose chez l’adulte : une étude psychopathologique au Cameroun

Abstract : Violent access in psychosis is off reality, sharp, gross, brutal and unpredictable. It is, indeed, a violence which has the peculiarity of involving the patient, his circle of acquaintances, caregivers, even the society in the borders of the archaic. The clinical encounter with patients in psychotic decompensation exuding violence permits us to measure the paradox of this violence which our study envisages in its destructive and creative valence. This transverse study, envisaged in a continuum decompensation / forgiveness, leans on the comparative analysis of the projective protocols (Rorschach and TAT) of 9 cases of patients met in Cameroon. With reference to the theoretical fields of the psychoanalysis and psychodynamics, we have however tried to show that violent access in the psychosis beyond a destructive dimension would come to operate a throw-in of the dialectic of the relationship between the drive and the discovery of the reality with for stakes, the psychisation of the drive, the constitution of the Me and the object.
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Hélène Carole Edoa Mbatsogo. L’accès violent dans la psychose chez l’adulte : une étude psychopathologique au Cameroun. Psychologie. Université de Lorraine, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LORR0305⟩. ⟨tel-01754649⟩



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