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Family Constellation

SKU# 9780826104960

Its Effects on Personality and Social Behavior, 4th Edition

Author: Walter Toman PhD

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The Newest edition of this classic work is presented in an updated format. Dr. Toman's revisions to the text include new interpretations of statistical data, a questionnaire for reader use, and a fully updated bibliography.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date November 15, 1992
  • Page Count 320
  • Product Form Hardback
  • ISBN 13 9780826104960
  • EISBN 9780826196897

Table of Contents 

    Preface to the Fourth Edition
    Part I: Theory and Research
  1. Introduction
  2. Persons Comprising a Family
    • Two Brothers
    • Brother and Sister
    • Sister and Brother
    • Two Sisters
    • A Person with Several Siblings of the Same Type
    • Multiple Sibling Positions
    • The Size of a Sibling Configuration
    • Only Child
    • Twins
    • Age Differences
  3. Changes in Family Constellations
    • Loss of Family Members
    • Step-and Half Siblings
    • Adopted Children
  4. Other Influencing Factors
  5. Animal Families and Special Forms of Human Families
  6. Lovers and Spouses
    • The Complementary Nature of Certain Sibling Roles
    • Noncomplementary Relationships
    • Only Children Among the Partners
    • The Complementary Versus the Noncomplementary Relationship of Sibling Roles
    • Statistical Tests of Complementarity of Sibling Roles of Parents
  7. Friendships
  8. Parents-Child Relationships
  9. Relatives
  10. The Data

  11. Part II: Application and Practice
  12. The Basic Types of Sibling Positions
    • The Oldest brother of Brothers
    • The Youngest Brother of Brothers
    • The Oldest Brother of Sisters
    • The Youngest Brother of Sisters
    • The Male Only Child
    • The Oldest Sister of Sisters
    • The Youngest Sister of Sisters
    • The Oldest Sister of Brothers
    • The Youngest Sister of Brothers
    • The Female Only Child
    • Multiple and Middle Sibling Positions: Interpretation Guidelines
    • Rearrangement of Sibling Positions
  13. Parents and Types of Parents
    • Parents Without Rank and Sex Conflicts
      • Father the oldest brother of sisters/Mother the youngest sister of brothers
      • Father the youngest brother of sisters/Mothers the oldest sister of brothers
    • Parents With a Partial Sex Conflict
      • Father the oldest brother of sisters/Mothers the youngest sister of sisters
      • Father the youngest brother of sisters/Mother the oldest sister of sisters
      • Father the oldest brother of brothers/Mother the youngest sister of brothers
      • Father the youngest brother of brothers/Mother the oldest sister of brothers
    • Parents with Rank or Sex Conflicts
      • Father the oldest brother of sisters/Mother the oldest sister of brothers
      • Father the youngest brother of sisters/Mother the youngest sister of brothers
      • Father the oldest brother of brothers/Mother the youngest sister of sisters
      • Father the youngest brother of brothers/Mother the oldest sister of sisters
    • Parents With Rank and Partial Sex Conflicts
      • Father the oldest brother of sisters/Mother the oldest sister of sisters
      • Father the youngest brother of sisters/Mother the youngest sister of sisters
      • Father the oldest brother of brothers/Mother the oldest sister of brothers
      • Father the youngest brother of brothers/Mother the youngest sister of brothers
    • Parents With Rank and Sex Conflicts
      • Father the oldest brother of brothers/Mother the oldest sister of sisters
      • Father the youngest brother of brothers/Mother the youngest sister of sisters
    • Only Children as Spouses and Parents
      • Father an only child
      • Mother an only child
      • Bother parents are only children
    • Parents with Multiple and Middle Sibling Positions
  14. Clinical Cases
    • The symbolic Representation of Family Constellations
    • A Case of a young Man Married at an Early Age
    • A Case of Parents in Family Therapy
    • A Case of a Gang of Youths in Group Therapy
  15. Quantitative Aspects, Related Theories and Other Investigations
  16. Methodological Considerations in Social, Psychological and Clinical Contexts
    • More Research on the Complementarity of Sibling Roles
    • Looking at an Individual Case
  17. Family Data in Clinical Psychological Practice
    • Data Collections of Family Constellations
    • Guide for Securing Data On Family Constellations
    • Social Environment Questionnaire
    Bibliography
    Author Index
    Subject Index