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  • Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    CSOC and the University of Missouri Press are collaborating to develop theories and methods that describe and explain the relational nuances of power and personality, symbol and metaphor, psychopathology and politics, and meaning and imagination in the workplace.

  • Interviewing in Organizations

    "Major parts of the knowledge presented in current textbooks of psychology stem from psychoanalytical interviews, a method that does not exist in textbooks of psychological methods."

  • Struggling with Lack

    "The purpose of this paper is to contribute to research on organizational identity by developing a psychoanalytic perspective. In particular, the author draws on Lacanian theorizing to explore how organizational identity discourse is informed by imaginary constructions of subjectivity."