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Paris, B.J. (2001). Karen Horney: A Bibliography of Her Writings. Am. J. Psychoanal., 61(2):165-172.
(2001). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 61(2):165-172
Karen Horney: A Bibliography of Her Writings
Bernard J. Paris, Ph.D.
In the September 1991 commemorative issue of this Journal, a bibliography of Karen Horney's writings was published that had been compiled by Frederick A. Weiss and had originally appeared in the Journal in 1954. Readers were requested to inform the editor if they had knowledge of additional publications. I have compiled the following bibliography in the course of editing two volumes of Karen Horney's unpublished and uncollected writings for the Yale University Press. I offer it as an updating of the Weiss bibliography, which omitted many of Horney's early writings and did not, of course, include anything published after 1954. This bibliography is also more complete than that of Jack Rubins in Developments in Horney Psychoanalysis (Krieger, 1972).
Although they were not, strictly speaking, written by Karen Horney, I have included 11 pieces that appeared in this Journal in the 1950s and 1960s under the heading of “Karen Horney on Psychoanalytic Technique” and that were based on the lectures Horney gave on this topic at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis in 1946, 1950, 1951, and 1952. These pieces contain many observations about analytic technique that can be found nowhere else in Horney's writings, and they are often presented in what seem to be her words as recorded in the notes of those attending her courses.
This listing contains approximately 30 previously unpublished essays, lectures, and talks by Horney that I discovered while I was doing research for Karen Horney: A Psychoanalyst's Search for Self-Understanding (Yale, 1994). These items have been included in The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures (Yale, 1999) and The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis (Yale, 2000). I have noted the location of these items, and of other pieces collected in these volumes, as part of the bibliographic entries.
Karen Horney 1915. Ein kasuistischer Beitrag zur Frage der traumatischen Psychosen [A case history contributing to the question of traumatic psychoses]. Doctoral thesis. Berlin: H. Bode.
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