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(2014). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother., 30(3):413-416.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Abstracts from other Journals

(2014). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(3):413-416

Abstracts from other Journals

International Journal of Psychoanalysis

The explosion of the present and the encapsulation of time: Transference phenomena in the analysis of psychotic patients

by Heinz Weiss, Stuttgart, Germany

What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this?

by Dale Boesky, Birmingham, AL, USA

Like a pebble in your shoe: A psychoanalytical reading of Lars von Trier's

Breaking the Waves and Antichrist

by Judy Gammelgaard, Holte, Denmark

Psychoanalytic Inquiry

Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT): Developing a new psychodynamic intervention for the treatment of depression

by Alessandra Lemma, Mary Target and Peter Fonagy, London, UK

International Forum of Psychoanalysis

Freud's Beyond the Pleasure Principle: The end of psychoanalysis or its new beginning?

by Ulrike May, Berlin, Germany

Psychotherapy Research

Mentalization as a moderator of treatment effects: Findings from a randomized clinical trial for personality disorders

by Frida Slagstad Gullestad, Merete Selsbrakk Johansen, Per Hoglend, Sigmund Karterud and Theresa Wilberg, Oslo, Norway

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The Clinical Supervisor

The motivational supervisor: Motivational interviewing as a clinical supervision approach

by Philip B Clarke, North Carolina, and Amanda L Giordano, Texas, USA

Supervisee incompatibility and its influence on supervisee and supervisor outcomes in triadic supervision: An investigation of supervisors' perspectives

by Serge F Hein, Gerard Lawson and Chris P Rodriguez, Virginia, USA

Attachment and Human Development

The insightfulness assessment: Measuring the internal processes underlying maternal sensitivity

by David Oppenheim and Nina Koren-Karie, Haifa, Israel

Psychoanalytic Dialogues

Field theory in psychoanalysis, Part 1: Harry Stack Sullivan and Madeleine and Willy Baranger

by Donnel B Stern, New York, USA

Why is comparative psychoanalysis so difficult? Response to commentaries [on the above paper] by Foehl and Troise

by Donnel B Stern, New York, USA

Field theory in psychoanalysis, Part 2: Bionian field theory and contemporary interpersonal/relational psychoanalysis

by Donnel B Stern, New York, USA

- 414 -

International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

Thoughts on wholeness, connection and healing: Moving toward complexity in the analytic space

by Maxwell S Sucharov, Vancouver, Canada

Forming and transforming self-experience

by James L Fosshage, New York, USA

Journal of Child Psychotherapy

Held in mind, out of awareness: Perspectives on the continuum of dissociated experience, culminating in dissociative identity disorder in children

by Carolyn Hart, Sheffield, UK

Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

The protest of a 6 month-old girl: Is this a prodrome of autism?

by Miriam Voran, New Hampshire, USA

Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy

Using technology to connect in romantic relationships: Effects on attachment, relationship satisfaction and stability in emerging adults

by Lori Cluff Schade, Jonathan Sandberg, Roy Bean, Dean Busby and Sarah Coyne, Utah, USA

Sexual and Relationship Therapy

Women who have sex with women: A comprehensive review of the literature and conceptual model of sexual function

by Heather L Armstrong and Elke D Reissing, Ontario, Canada

- 415 -

Psychoanalytic Inquiry

Dissociation and its disorders

by Harold Blum, New York, USA

A heaven in a wild flower: Self, dissociation and treatment in the context of the neurobiological core self

by Diana Fosha, New York, USA

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Article Citation

(2014). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother, 30(3):413-416

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