Archeology of Mind
The main focus of our work is on “emotional and motivational systems” following the approach of evolutionary theory applied to the classical Freudian psychoanalytical setting.
Cristiana Pirrongelli and Teodosio Giacolini
Cristiana Pirrongelli (MD; full member Italian Psych. Society and I.P.A; Psychiatrist; group analyst)
Teodosio Giacolini (Psychologist; Psychoanalyst of Italian Psychoanalytic Society and I.P.A.; responsible for the Unit of Psychology, University of Rome La Sapienza)
Carla Busato Barbaglio (Psychologist; full member Psychoanalyst, Tavistock School in London)
Elisabetta Greco (MD, Psychiatrist; full member Italian Psychoanalitic Association and IPA)
Guglielmo Spiombi (MD, Psychiatrist; full member Italian Psychoanalytic Society and IPA)
Francesco Castellet y Ballarà (Neurologist; Psychoanalyst; full member SPI and IPA; Psychiatrist)
Claudio Colace (Psychologist; Psychotherapist; External Examiner for a Master’s thesis in Neuropsychology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa). To view Dr Colace’s CV, please click here
Claudia Spadazzi (MD, Gynecologyst; Psychoanalyst full member SPI and IPA)
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Meetings take place once per month. An application is required for attendance, so please contact the Group Coordinator for details. We accept psychoanalysts, psychologists, psychiatrists, biologists, philosophers, neurologists and anthropologists.
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To view a list of publications by group coordinator Cristiana Pirrongelli, please click here
To view a list of publications by group coordinator Teodosio Giacolini, please click here
To view a list of publications by group member Claudio Colace, please click here
To view a list of publications by group member Anatolia Salone, please click here
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