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FERREIRA, Joana Fojo; CONCEICAO, Nuno  e  VASCO, António Branco. Narrative Progress and Differentiation along the Therapeutic Process: A Longitudinal Case-Study within the Paradigmatic Complementarity Model. Psicologia [online]. 2011, vol.25, n.1, pp.173-201. ISSN 0874-2049.

Narratives are frequently considered the best means for recognizing and reorganizing patients’ internal experience. In this study we tried to differentiate and identify potential narrative markers of processing capacity and, by quantifying them at different moments in the therapeutic process, check if there was evidence in favor of the proposal of sequencing of the therapeutic work, in terms of general strategies, as postulated by the Meta-model of Paradigmatic Complementarity. Narrative processes were defined, recognized and analyzed at a molecular level (based on literature review on narrative) and at a molar level (based on the meta-model identified above). In both cases processing capacities were emphasized rather than the narrated contents. Both at the molecular and molar levels, the results show differentiation and movement along the phases under scrutiny. Besides, a pattern of narrative progression was recognized at the molar level, according to the sequence proposed by the meta-model regarding the phases tapped.

Palavras-chave : Sequencing; Process Phases; Narrative Processes; Markers.

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