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  1. :'( :-*Remember it is not a failure , it is loads of luck and the a..e opposite you asking the questions you have not managed to please. it is a ridiculous exam,it is hard to believe that 1 in 2 candidates cannot ask questions to make a diagnosis, the college after all these years :-[still struggles with its status as a speciality, keep your chin up and try again and again :-* :-*
  2. :'( i am sure they will do a good job of it, but like all proffessionals, i do not want my livelihood taken away, diluted, not regulated. i can weld 2 pipes together, make electrical connections but do not do it as i have no qualifications to do it, :-/ nurses are welcome to do a medical degree albiet a shortened one, get abused by seniors, stay up late, competetively apply for jobs and then prescribe. it is too late to moan now anyway. > > >
  3. 8) 8)scribb,that looks like a great list, i'm sure you will do well, ignore the envious jabs. 8)
  4. Pride and Prejudice 8) 8) for a arnie nut like me, it feels weird to enjoy a spectacular love story .it was really engrossing, wonderful wit and repartee , so boys dont feel shy, pretend ,you do not want to see it and then go reluctantly -so you can pull the ace later when you want your memshahib to come to a crash and burn movie. :-*
  5. :'( :'(you are so bad,my mouth is watering and i will binge when i go home.
  6. :-[ superb, sh ,sinmu and paranth :-* :-*we can soon publish the superego cafe cookbook--- perhaps a few weekend courses even
  7. 1 kg chickens 1 coconut, grated (use Dessicated Cocunut) 5-6 whole red chilies (use pakistani chillies if possible for the best colour and they are : :-[spicy too. I use a mix of) 1 tablespoon coriander seeds 1 tablespoon poppy seeds(not essential) 1 teaspoon peppercorns 3-4 cloves 2 bay leaves 1/4 teaspoon fenugreek seeds 2 onions, sliced 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 1-2 tablespoon refined oil 50 g tamarind pulp (or to taste) 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder 6 cloves garlic :'( 250 ml water chopped coriander leaves (to garnish Roast the grated coconut till light brown. Keep aside. In the same skillet roast the red chillies, coriander, peppercorns, cumin, poppy seeds, bay leaves and the fenugreek seeds in oil. Grind together the roasted coconut, garlic, cloves and roasted spice mixture to a fine paste with a little water. Marinate the chicken with salt and turmeric for 30 minutes. Heat oil. Add onions. Sauté till a light brown. Add the ground masala and cook for 20 minutes. :-* Put in 250 ml of water and simmer for 30 minutes. Add chicken and cook until done. Put in the tamarind pulp. Cook a little more and garnish with coriander leaves.
  8. implosion, also a 8) 8)term used by laing to describe the fear of being annihilated by reality :'( :'(.such persons feel like vacuums,long to be filled, but fear that whatever could fill them would destroy their identity
  9. Ros,i think you are correct, Nora barugel (1984)distinguishes sympathy and sympathy one feels or suffers with the other :'( :'(in empathy one feels or suffers within the object so that identification occurs on the basis of one's own qualities located in the object-that is from the point of projective 274 the fundamentals of psychoanalytic technique by 'Horacio Etchegoyen'. : the word synonym is unavoidably used of words of approximately the same meaning but having a different emphasis or appropriate to a different context(ex...serpent-snake)
  10. does paranoid schizoid position lead to psychological difficulties? true is paranoid schizoid position involved in genesis of primary delusions? i would mark it false 7. its synonymous with empathy .false 8. it is typical of schizoid personality false, :-*true for paranoid personality psychoanalyis the term schizoid refers to splitting or fragmentation of the self into a myriad of self representations that produces a sense of identity diffusion.this causes the schizoid personality to feel paralysed and to withdraw from attempting interpersonal relatedeness. page 602-3 kap and sad
  11. Klein wrote about the use of projective identification. In projective identification it was not the impulse only, but parts of the self and bodily products that were in fantasy projected into the object :-/. When pain came, she said, one would put the pain on someone else. Then the other was the persecutor 8). The aims of projective identification could be manifold: getting rid of an unwanted part of oneself, a greedy possession and scooping out of the object, control of the object, and so on. One of the results was identification of the object with the projected part of the self. :-* :-* A more evolved state was Klein's Depressive Position. According to Klein, one would realize that the mother that one hated was also the mother that one loved. The depressive position took place when one took in the mother as a whole object. One would inhibit the need to attack, and contain the feeling into oneself. This led to taking in and tolerating more pain. Klein's theory was also linked to ambivalence; one could love and hate the mother or any person and still have a relationship. projective identification... 4. It can cause paranoia 5. it is both conscious and unconscious 6. its a primitive defence mechanism 7. its synonymous with empathy 4 ,5, 6 is true, 7 i will have to think about, see page1160 in kaplan and saddock 7th edition
  12. Klein's theory of projective identification is born out of the paranoid schizoid position in which persecutory anxieties predominate. : Good and bad parts of the self are expelled and projected into external objects who become identified with the projected attributes. We know that projective identification has a range of motivations, including the hope for containment that Bion has described . :-XKlein emphasised, however, that in the paranoid schizoid position, one of the main aims of projective identification is to get rid of unwanted experiences and aspects of the self, whether good or bad, and to :-* :-*control the object now identified with these split off parts of the self
  13. Within the patient resides the bad self, good self, good object and bad object. This leads to another process called, 'splitting.' A patient will split off repressed parts and project them onto the treater and then identify with treater. :'( :'( so 1 false and 2 is true 3 is false, no studies have ::)been done
  14. Bangude Puli Munchi ;) 8 medium mackerels / first timers use any solid fish of your choice except salmon or trout. :'( Marinade 8 red/green chillies Grind the following with 3 tablespoons vinegar 1/2 teaspoon fenugreek seeds 1/2 teaspoon peppercorns 1/2 teaspoon ajwain seed 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 tablespoon tamarind pulp 3 cloves garlic, with skin salt For seasoning 3-4 medium onions 3-4 split green chilies 1 inch ginger, chopped 2 tablespoons oil : : Clean and wash mackerels. I just knock the head off.First time eaters do not bother with the thorax,very bony. Make three slits that go almost to the bone on either side. Marinate them in the ground masala for an hour atleast. Take a broad heavy bottomed vessel or a mud pot. Heat oil. Fry sliced onions till golden brown. Add the slit green chillies and ginger. Take out half of this mixture and keep aside. Now lay out the fish in a line. Top with the onions set aside. Cook for 1/2 an hour gently stirring the pot from time to time. :-*It tastes a lot better the next day
  15. Rationalization. Dealing with emotional stressors by inventing a socially acceptable or logical reason to justify an already taken unconscious emotional action. For example, becoming drunk and then after-the-fact saying that it was need to 'take the edge off'.' :-/ :-/ 4) While working with an assistant on a difficult patient, the dentist's hand slips and he lacerates the gingiva of the patient. the dentist says to the assistant, 'don't bump my arm like that :-[ could be rationalization if it is habitual and unconscious, here he is just being an arse :'(