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By Verena Kast

Verena Kast schildert, wie im Rahmen der Psychotherapie mind's eye im Zusammenhang mit Albträumen als Emotionsregulierung wirken und kreative Fantasien wecken kann. Das Arbeiten mit der mind's eye ist hierbei durchsetzt von therapeutischen Interventionen, mit dem Blick darauf, Imaginationen der Angst in Imaginationen überzuführen, die Zukunft ermöglichen, kreativ und oft mit Ansätzen von Freude verbunden sind. Ein klinisches Beispiel zeigt, wie eine Analytikerin mit den Albträumen der Analysandin auch die kreativen Aspekte der mind's eye bearbeitet und so einen Zugang zu ihrer Ressource herstellt.

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STANLEY the tables and chairs which we "see" before us are not "confirmed" or "proven" by the visual evidence, but are "merely" hypotheses about external objects not as yet discon­ firmed by the multiple probes of the visual system. There is a grain of truth in these reluctances. Varying degrees of "confirmation" are conferred upon a theofY through the num­ ber of plausible rival hypotheses available to account for the data. " Presumably, at any stage of accumulation of evidence, even for the most advanced science, there are numerous possible theories compatible with the data, particularly if all theories in­ volving complex contingencies be allowed.

The "main effect" of "teachers" would be evidence that some teachers are better than others no matter which method they are using. ) A signifi­ cant interaction between teachers and meth­ ods would mean that the method which worked better depended upon the particular teacher being considered. Suppose now, in following up such an in­ teraction, one were interested in whether or not a given technique was, in general, better for men teachers than women. , the same teacher does not appear in both sexes, while each teacher and each sex do cross methods.

Perhaps some such concept as "monotonic interactions" might do. Note that in 2b, as in 2a, there is a main effect of both A and B, and that A has the same directional effect in every separate panel of B values. Thus we feel much more confident in generalizing the expectation of increase in 0 with increments in A to novel settings than we do in case 2c, which like­ wise might have significant main effects for A and B, and likewise a significant A-B in­ teraction. We might, in fact, be nearly as confident of the generality of A's main effect in a case like 2b as in the interaction-free 2a.

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