Brett Kahr
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Everybody wants to be famous for fifteen minutes. From Tracey Emin's Bed to Big Brother, exhibiting oneself in public is a mass-market phenomenon. For Freud, exhibitionism is a legacy of infantile sexuality, an essential act in the constitution of (male) self-recognition: look at me - I'm real! But it is a symptom of neurosis, too - a panic attack in the face of identity crisis.

Author bio:

Brett Kahr is Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy, and Winnicott Clinic Senior Research Fellow, at Regent's College in London. He is author of D.W. Winnicott: A Biographical Portrait, which won the Gradiva Award for Biography, and works extensively as a consultant to many television and film companies.

Category: Psychology
ISBN: 9781840462753
Publisher: Icon Books
Imprint: Icon
Pub Date: February 2002
Page Extent: 80
Format: Paperback
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Psychology