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(2013). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother., 29(4):558-560.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Abstracts from other Journals

(2013). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29(4):558-560

Abstracts from other Journals

Journal of Trauma and Dissociation

For Better or Worse: The Role of Revictimization and Stress in the Course of Treatment for Dissociative Disorders

by Amie C Myrick, Maryland, USA, Bethany L Brand, Maryland, USA and Frank W Putnam, North Carolina, USA

The Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma as a Disruption of the Dialogical Self

by Bruce C Bradfield, Cape Town, South Africa

International Journal of Psychoanalysis

The Body One Has and the Body One is: Understanding the Transsexual's Need to Be Seen

by Alessandra Lemma, London, UK

Playing the Game the Child Allots

by Eitan Gomberoff, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Introduction to Hermann Argelander's Paper ‘The Scenic Function of the Ego and its Role in Symptom and Character Formation’

by Leon Balter, New York, USA

Studies in Gender and Sexuality

Introduction: The Bonds of Love at 25

by Eyal Rozmar, New York, USA

The Bonds of Love: Looking Backward

by Jessica Benjamin, New York, USA

‘Here I am!’ - Irreducible Invocation of the Other

by Noreen O'Connor, London, UK

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American Imago

Analysis on Air: A Sound History of Winnicott in Wartime

by Lisa Farley, Baltimore, USA

Psychoanalytic Dialogues

Entering Night Country: ReflectiOns on Self-Disclosure and Vulnerability

by Stephanie R Brody, Boston, USA

International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

Peasant in the Analyst's Chair: Reflections, Personal and Otherwise, on Class and the Forming of an Analytic Identity

by Elizabeth A Corpt, Massachusetts, USA

Psychotherapy Research

Somatic Underpinnings of Perceived Empathy: The Importance of Psychotherapy Training

by Irene Messina, Arianna Palmieri, Marco Sambin, Johann Roland Kleinbub, Alberto Voci and Vincenzo Calvo, Padova, Italy

Attachment and Human Development

Can Security-EnhancIng Interventions Overcome Psychological Barriers to Responsiveness in Couple Relationships?

by Mario Mikulincer, Phillip R Shaver, Baljinder K Sahdra and Naama Bar-On, California, USA

Psychoanalytic Inquiry

Winnicott's Contribution to My Psychoanalytic Development

by Melvin Bornstein, Michigan, USA

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Coercion in Groups: Finding One's Voice, Knowing One's Mind

by Marilyn Charles, Boston, USA

Bullying in Psychoanalytic Life: A Few Episodes, and Some Thoughts

by Emanuel Berman, Haifa, Israel

Sexual and Relationship Therapy

Sexual Fantasy as a Clinical Intervention

by Richard Newbury, London, UK, Mark Hayter, Hull, UK, Kevan Richard Wylie, Sheffield, UK and Jenny Riddell, London, UK

Self and Identity

The Relational Self and Pre-Existing Depression: Implicit Activation of Significant-other Representations Exacerbates Dysphoria and Evokes Rejection in the Working Self-Concept

by Regina Miranda, Susan M Andersen and Tami Edwards, New York, USA

The Clinical Supervisor

Learning to Be Supervisors: A Qualitative Investigation of Difficulties Experienced by Supervisors-in-Training

by Nicola Gazzola, Ontario, Canada, Jack de Stefano, Quebec, Canada and Anne Theriault and Cristelle T Audet, Ontario, Canada

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Article Citation

(2013). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother, 29(4):558-560

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