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walter at psybernet.co.nz
Tue Sep 14 09:58:10 UTC 2021
Your post came through fine. I hope some others got back to you, if so
I'm sure you know this but they are mentioned in "Who Shall Survive?" — I
have a 1953 edition P83
"The warming up process of the subject to psychodramatic portrayal is
stimulated by numerous techniques, only a few of which are mentioned here :
self presentation, soliloquy, projection, interpolation of resistance,
reversal of roles, double ego, mirror techniques, auxiliary world,
realization and psycho-chemical techniques"
I wonder if this was also in the 1932 edition?
I also found references to mirroring, role reversal and doubling in:
A Case of Paranoia Treated Through Psychodrama
Author(s): J. L. Moreno
Source: Sociometry , Aug., 1944, Vol. 7, No. 3 (Aug., 1944), pp. 312-327
Published by: American Sociological Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.com/stable/2785100
Warm wishes, Walter
On Mon, 13 Sep 2021 at 6:38 PM, Rollo Browne <rollobrowne1952 at gmail.com>
> I haven’t received anything for some time
> Is this list still running?
> I would also like to post something
> Does anyone know what is the earliest evidence of the use of doubling,
> mirroring or role reversal in Moreno’s writings? I’m interested if the
> Stages of the Double, the Mirror and Role Reversal which first appear in
> 1952 (see Fox) are mainly Moreno’s attempt to provide his techniques with a
> Any thoughts?
> Rollo Browne
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