Man’s Search for Meaning

Man’s Search for Meaning


Victor Frankl

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Hyper-reflection Term Analysis

Hyper-reflection is Frankl’s term for a neurosis that causes people to place more focus on themselves than on their goals, thus making it less likely for them to achieve those goals.
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Hyper-reflection Term Timeline in Man’s Search for Meaning

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Logotherapy in a Nutshell: Logotherapy as a Technique
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...performing well in bed is then unable to perform well in bed. Frankl also discusses “hyper-reflection,” in which the patient is so attentive to an issue that his attention affects his... (full context)
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...two tendencies. By instructing patients to bring about that which they fear or that which hyper-reflection prohibits, logotherapists can help them overcome their neuroses. For example, Frankl worked with a patient... (full context)