Jocurile noastre de toate zilele. Psihologia relaţiilor umane

Jocurile noastre de toate zilele Psihologia rela iilor umane Teoria jocurilor psihologice ofer o explica ie nepre uit asupra modului n care oamenii n mod incon tient i sistematic e ueaz n a coopera n a i satisface nevoile autentice n a ob ine rela ii mplini

  • Title: Jocurile noastre de toate zilele. Psihologia relaţiilor umane
  • Author: Eric Berne Oana Munteanu
  • ISBN: 9789737079381
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teoria jocurilor psihologice ofer o explica ie nepre uit asupra modului n care oamenii, n mod incon tient i sistematic, e ueaz n a coopera, n a i satisface nevoile autentice, n a ob ine rela ii mplinite, de i i doresc foarte mult contrariul i se str duiesc din toate puterile Berne ajut cititorul s i descopere propria responsabilitate pentru nefericirea pTeoria jocurilor psihologice ofer o explica ie nepre uit asupra modului n care oamenii, n mod incon tient i sistematic, e ueaz n a coopera, n a i satisface nevoile autentice, n a ob ine rela ii mplinite, de i i doresc foarte mult contrariul i se str duiesc din toate puterile Berne ajut cititorul s i descopere propria responsabilitate pentru nefericirea personal i s ntrevad noi op iuni, mai s n toase i mai eficiente dec t cele pe care le repet n ne tire, deseori ca o mo tenire de familie cu un deznod m nt frustrant, trist, iar uneori chiar tragic.Jocurile noastre de toate zilele a propulsat Analiza Tranzac ional n r ndul psihoterapiilor din ntreaga lume Cartea reflect geniul lui Eric Berne n a radiografia dimensiunea incon tient a rela iilor dintre oameni i n a denumi jocurile ntr o manier colocvial , ce surprinde esen a lor D mi un ut , Dac n ai fi fost tu , Hai, b te i v Teoria jocurilor psihologice fascineaz pe oricine este preocupat s se n eleag pe sine i s i cunoasc mai bine pe ceilal i, pentru c este imposibil s nu te reg se ti ntr unul dintre rolurile de victim , persecutor sau salvator Cartea cuprinde r spunsuri la urm toarele ntreb ri de ce nu pot s m n eleg cu cei apropia i de ce partenerul de dialog nu e n stare s i in vorba de ce nu putem comunica, de i ne iubim de ce sf r esc toate rela iile mele la fel etc.Eric Berne 1910 , celebru psihiatru i psihoterapeut, este ntemeietorul Analizei Tranzac ionale La nceputul carierei, Berne s a preg tit pentru a deveni psihanalist, parcurg nd dou tran e de analiz personal cu Paul Federn i Erik Erikson Dup 1956 abandoneaz ortodoxia psihanalitic i creeaz o nou orientare psihoterapeutic Analiza Tranzac ional De acela i autor, la Editura Trei au mai ap rut volumele Analiza tranzac ional n psihoterapie i Ce spui dup Bun ziua Pute i lua contact cu Analiza Tranzac ional i cu aplica iile ei la nivel clinic, psihoterapeutic, educa ional i organiza ional prin intermediul Asocia iei Rom ne de Analiz Tranzac ional , recunoscut de European Association of Transactional Analysis EATA i acreditat de Colegiul Psihologilor i de Federa ia Rom n de Psihoterapie FRP Detalii, pe arat.

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    1. i'm currently reading the 1960-something edition of this book although there is a 1996 edition. it really doesn't matter. i feel like i've found the holy grail. i know y'all's games bitches! that means ima gonna win! fuck yea! eat my metaphoric, insinuating, quadruple entendre shorts! really, i'm learning some heavy shit about human relationships

    2. In this book, Berne argues that a lot of the behaviour you see around you every day can best be understood as different kinds of "games". A game is a pattern of behaviour usually involving two or perhaps three people. There is a series of interactions, followed by an emotional payoff.One of the things I found most interesting is that the classification has two dimensions. First, there's the game itself. Second, there's the question of how seriously you're playing: he divides this into First Degr [...]

    3. با خوندن این کتاب متوجه شدم که چقدر توی زندگی به بازی گرفته شدم و خودآگاه یا نا خودآگاه دیگران رو بازی دادم!!در این کتاب "اریک برن" فرضیه ای به نام "حالات من" در خصوص حالت های روانی فرد رو مطرح می کنه که شامل "والد"،"بالغ" و "کودک" است و بعد نظریه بازی ها رو بر اساس همین حالات معرفی می [...]

    4. اریک برن بنیان گذار "تحلیل تبادلی" با این کتاب به صورت مختصر به مباحث همین موضوع پرداخته: " حالات نفسانی" که به سه دسته ی والد، بالغ و کودک تقسیم می شوند ،"تبادل" و انواع اون از گونه های مکمل، متقاطع و نهفته و در نهایت تعریف "بازی ها" و انواعش. با توجه به اسم کتاب انتظار میره مبحث سو [...]

    5. Games People Play has a good chapter about dealing with alcoholics, but Berne's ideas (and I do mean ideas) about women and homosexuals are disgusting and sexist. This book was published in the 1960s and it shows. Scary to think modern psychologists might actually use it as a text or that college students would have to listen to Berne's ugly ideas about women and gays. Nowadays we use research, not "ideas."

    6. I’m glad I read it, but it wasn’t ultimately everything that I wanted it to be. The theory at the beginning was absolutely fascinating and, even though the books itself is from the 1960’s, it has significant value for being the start of the field of transactional psychology. However, the description of the games themselves was where I found the book lacking. Mostly, this is where I also felt the impact of the book being so dated. Some of his descriptions of games were based on stereotypica [...]

    7. I found the general concept an interesting metaphor (rather than a scientifically proven social reality). However, I struggled to finish the book. It felt like a series of scribbled notes thrown together - a set of index cards with brief information on 'games'. I needed further explanation and an attempt to engage me rather than having a series of ideas thrown before me.

    8. بخونید تا بفهمید:اول با بقیه چه رفتاری را در پیش گرفته ایدودوم، بقیه با شما چه رفتاری می کنند

    9. از کتاب هایی که خوندنش بر هرکدام از ابنیاء بشر واجب تاکیدی ست.تمام زندگی انسان رو دسته بندی می کنه، و یکی از زیر-زیر-بخش هاش رو که تبادل های مضاعف یا بازی های اجتماعی نام داره، شرح میده.برن توضیح میده که انسان سه وجهه شخصیتی داره. کودک، که تمام رفتار های خلاقانه و قانون شکن و ساد [...]

    10. smart. Falls into the category of books that give you the secret reason for why things happen the way they do.

    11. I don't know if this is a reliable textbook for day to day human interaction. This might be better retitled "Familiar Film Noir Tropes" or "Perceived and Imagined Slights from Women I've Never Met" or "Interpersonal Dilemmas in the Sunday Funnies." When was the last time you found yourself embroiled in the classic "Now I've Got You, You Son of a Bitch" or "Let's Pull a Fast One on Joey"? Can you solve the riddle of "The Frigid Woman"? This book is mildly amusing but there are too many grievous o [...]

    12. Ποτέ δεν φανταζόμουν ότι οι άνθρωποι παίζουν τόσα πολλά παιχνίδια μεταξύ τουςΓια λοιπές λεπτομέρειες ανατρέξτε στο σχόλιο της Έλλης!!

    13. This book is a fascinating psychological journey into the minds of everyday people (including, and probably ESPECIALLY, your own). Berne's list of psychological "games" we all play with each other is fascinating, as is what you learn about yourself by analyzing which games you tend to revisit regularly.One little warning: When you learn to recognize these games, you will be forced to eliminate at least 95% of the B.S. in your life and frequently find yourself disgusted by 100% of the B.S. in eve [...]

    14. This was apparently a very big thing when it was published in the 70s, and I can see why. It’s a very interesting way of viewing the world. Unfortunately, like many psychology theories, it takes what is a clever conceit that explains some odd aspects of human interaction and then tries to apply it to everything regardless of whether it fits or not. Add in some very seventies thought processes (which are rather out of favor at the moment but the author probably thought of as universal without r [...]

    15. پس از خواندن این کتاب حس کردم که یک عمر سر کار بوده ام و گویا دیگران (و حتی خودم)، یک عمر من را به بازی گرفته بوده انداین کتاب از آن دسته کتاب هایی به شمار می آید که بهتر است همیشه به عنوان یک مرجع در دسترس آدم باشد

    16. Basically, you're manipulating everyone and everyone you know is manipulating you!Admittedly, this book is flawed. Because the author is primarily concerned with interpersonal games, he tends to put every possible scenario within that context. Some of his ideas are now dated, bordering on offensive. Nevertheless, I found the book to be all kinds of enlightening and tremendously useful. I recommend it under the assumption that wise readers will be able to sort the good from the bad.

    17. از بین کتابهایی که در حال خواندنشان هستم کتاب بازی ها بیشتر از همه من رو به خودش جلب کرده. از قول معرفی کتاب: We think we're relating to other people. Actually we're all playing games. ما گمان می کنیم با بقیه مردم ارتباط برقرار می کنیم. در واقع همه ما در حال بازی کردنیم. کتابی فوق العاده برای بهبود روابط و پیدا کر [...]

    18. I've read this book two times, this is the third book written by Prof. Eric Berne, which I've read up to now, and I believe this is the best one. It's hard to explain how much i've learned from this book, I think I should read the book once more to learn some new things.This book shows you the "Games" which are behind the human's relationships, it believes that a great number of human's relations are a kind of "Game" indeed. But at the end of the book, Prof. Eric Berne explains that the highest [...]

    19. کتاب خوبی بوداز نظر روانشناسی و تا حدودی جامعه شناسی به نکته های خوبی اشاره کردالبته به زبان ساده نبود از دید منِ، چند بار میخوندم یه صفحه رو بعضی اوقات که دقیق متوجه شم منظورش چیهکاشکی فصل های آخر که راه های مقابله و درمانش بود رو بیشتر توضیح میداد خیلی خلاصه بود

    20. گويا اين كتاب به فارسي ترجمه شده. دري بود به دنيايي كه براي من ناشناخته است. اين جور بهتره: از وجود و اندازه هاي چنين دنيايي خبر روشني نداشتم.

    21. how to recognize patterns of behavior andmotivation inin relationships and conversations -puts a name on various ambiguous manipulation methods

    22. Лесно може да се объркате и да посегнете към "Игрите, които хората играят" с идеята, че тя изследва ролята на играта в човешката култура и какви социални нужди се изразяват чрез някои от популярните игри. Не го правете, защото ще останете разочароване. Книгата не стои чак тол [...]

    23. The basic idea behind this book -- that human interactions often follow patterns, and many of these patterns can be described in the manner of games and understood better if analyzed as such -- is fundamentally sound, and a really useful paradigm. The book contains a lot of victim-blaming and creepy gender constructions, which detract from the overall message. But I found the basic concepts to be valuable, and would be really interested to read more contemporary, less misogynistic perspectives o [...]

    24. Bu kitap, ne aradığınizi bilmiyorsaniz, aslinda cok onemli yada ilgi cekici degil. Biraz etrafa ve kendimize bakacak olursak, hayatimizin her aninda, her yerde, her duygu durumda tekrar tekrar psikolojik etkilesim rituellerini oynadigimizi aslinda fark edebiliyoruz. Eger ki karsi taraf bizim oyunumuza karsilik veriyorsa ya da biz onunkine karsilik veriyorsak, degmeyin keyfine. Oyunlar, bir taraf oyunu biraktiginda veya oyunun kurali gereği koseye sikistiginda, artik sonlaniyor ve yeni oyuncu [...]

    25. This a an excellent readable and practical explanation of destructive social interactions, He breaks down common patterns (this is from the 60's so there are variations now) and shows easy ways to identify games that people are acting out , and what it looks like to live game-freeBerne is funny and insightful. It is a shame that so few people I know really are willing to look deeply at these kinds of issues. Sort of like feminism I find an attitude of "we're past that", but then i see all the pr [...]

    26. Games People play: the psychology of human relationships , 1966, Eric Berne, Esmail Fassih (translator)عنوان: بازی ها : روان شناسی روابط انسانی؛ نویسنده: اریک برن؛ برگردان: اسماعیل فصیح؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، ذهن آویز، چاپ نخست 1366، در 242 ص، نمودار، نمایه، کتابنامه، چاپ بیستم پاییز 1393؛ شابک: 9789647390736؛ موضوع: روانشنلسی روابط انس [...]

    27. ملخص أهم فكرة في الكتاب في فيديوtransactional analysisوالأدوار التي نلعبهاyoutube/watch?v=nKNyFSyoutube/watch?v=YOqJ4syoutube/watch?v=58F2qYبالاضافة الى محاضرة ستيفن بينكر، لماذا نراوغ نحن البشر بدلا من ان نقول ما نريده؟fora/2007/10/15/Steven_Pink

    28. کتاب هایی که به الگوهای رفتاری آدم ها به خصوص در ارتباطات متقابل اجتماعی می پردازن همیشه جذابن. کتاب بازی ها هم از همین سنخ بود. من فکر نمی کردم که مدل ساده ی "کودک, والد, بالغ" بتونه این قدر پیچیده بشه در روابط متقابل انسانی. نکته ی جذاب کتاب همین بود. یک مدل ساده ی پایه ای و بی شما [...]

    29. بازی " اگه به خاطر تو نبود" ؛خانم وایت شکوه داشت که شوهرش فعالیت های اجتماعی او را شدیدا محدود کرده, طوری که اون هیچ وقت رقصیدن را یاد نگرفت شوهرش بعد از روان درمانی درباره ی زنش سخت گیری کمتری کرد. خانم وایت به کلاس رقص رفت اما متوجه شد از میدان رقص هراسی بیمار گونه دارد پس رفتن ب [...]

    30. Эрик Берн является одним из виднейших исследователей психологии человеческих отношений.В данной книге описана наиболее сложная часть человеческого времяпрепровождения - игры, именно в психологическом смысле этого слова. Так, автор объясняет, что человек может структури [...]

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