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(2014). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother., 30(2):279-281.
(2014). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(2):279-281
Abstracts from other Journals
Journal of Trauma and Dissociation
Psychological responses after a major, fatal earthquake: The effect of peritraumatic dissociation and posttraumatic stress symptoms on anxiety and depression
by Esma Duncan, Christchurch, New Zealand, Martin J Dorahy, Christchurch, NZ, Donncha Hanna, Belfast, N Ireland, Sue Bagshaw, Christchurch, NZ and Neville Blamphied, Christchurch, NZ
International Journal of Psychoanalysis
‘Translation’ and ‘transformation’ in the analytic situation: Freud -- Bion -- Laplanche
by Susann Heenen-Wolff, Belgium
Towards a better use of psychoanalytic concepts: A model illustrated using the concept of enactment
by Werner Bohleber, Frankfurt, Germany, Peter Fonagy, London, UK, Juan Pablo Jimenez, Santiago, Chile, Dominique Scarfone, Montreal, Canada, Sverre Varvin, Oslo, Norway and Samuel Zysman, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The ego and the id revisited: Freud and Damasio on the body ego/self
by Jon Sletvold, Oslo, Norway
To analyse or not to analyse: The treatment of a severely disturbed four-year-old boy
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07351690.2013.804283#.Utl_nKGnx by Scott A Boles, San Diego, CA, USA
Studies in Gender and Sexuality
What age is shame? [in which the author considers the various meanings of growing older in the gay male community, focusing on shame and its intergenerational origins]