Presentation of the Archive and the Research Group on the Topic "Clinical Narrative" at the Department of Clinical Psychology at the University of Zurich (Switzerland) under the Direction of Mrs. Professor B. Boothe

  • Marc Luder Universität Zürich
  • Marius Neukom
  • Bruno Thomann Universität Zürich
Keywords: qualitative research, narrative analysis, patient narratives, psychotherapy research, database, data protection, linguistic methods, text analysis, psychodynamic diagnostics, psychoanalysis

Abstract

The Department of Clinical Psychology I represents the psychoanalytically oriented section of the Institute of Psychology at the University of Zurich. For the past 10 years the department's research has placed emphasis on content analytical and qualitative investigations of patient narratives. These narratives are obtained through the department's own psychotherapy department practice and examined using the JAKOB narrative analysis developed specifically for this purpose. For the data collection a high quality video system is available. All data and research results are systematically administered in the JAKOB database. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0003121

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Author Biographies

Marc Luder, Universität Zürich
Lic.phil. Marc LUDER. Assistant in the Department of Clinical Psychology I. Main focus on research and teaching: narrative analysis, linguistic and computer linguistic aspects in the examination of narratives, development of the computer-assisted JAKOB narrative analysis (AutoJAKOB), psychotherapy research, development of JAKOB narrative analysis and the JAKOB database.
Marius Neukom
Lic. phil. Marius NEUKOM. Assistant in the Department of Clinical Psychology I. Staff member of the psychotherapeutic practice. Main focus on research and teaching: psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic therapy, narrative theory. Narrative text analysis, development of JAKOB narrative analysis and the JAKOB database, foundations of philosophy of science, literary studies, philosophy and culture analysis.
Bruno Thomann, Universität Zürich
Dr. sc. techn. ETH Bruno THOMANN. Scientific faculty member and senior assistant in the Departments of Clinical Psychology I and II. Main focus on research, teaching and technology: video-based clinical observation and judgment, methodology of psychodynamic oriented research, operationalizing and measuring of psychodynamic variables, interface qualitative/quantitative methods, video technology in clinical psychology, development of audio visual programs of analysis.
Published
2000-12-31
How to Cite
Luder, M., Neukom, M., & Thomann, B. (2000). Presentation of the Archive and the Research Group on the Topic "Clinical Narrative" at the Department of Clinical Psychology at the University of Zurich (Switzerland) under the Direction of Mrs. Professor B. Boothe. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 1(3). https://doi.org/10.17169/fqs-1.3.1029
Section
Concepts of Archiving

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