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(2015). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother., 31(1):149-151.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Abstracts from other Journals

(2015). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 31(1):149-151

Abstracts from other Journals

Journal of Trauma and Dissociation

On Building a Science of Common Factors in Trauma Therapy by Constance J Dalenberg, California, USA

International Journal of Psychoanalysis

On ‘the fear of death’ as the primary anxiety: How and why Klein differs from Freud by Rachel B Blass, London UK

The paternal function in Winnicott: The psychoanalytical frame by Haydee Faimberg, Paris, France

Wisdom from illness: The psychoanalytic grasp of human being by Jonathan Lear, Chicago, USA

Psychoanalytic Inquiry

A Bad and a Better Supervision Process; Actualized Relational Scenarios in Trainees: A Longitudinal Study of Nondisclosure in Psychodynamic Supervision by Hanne Stromme, Oslo, Norway

Journal of Child Psychotherapy

Despair and hope: on some varieties of countertransference and enactment in the psychoanalysis of ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) children by Joshua Durban, Tel-Aviv, Israel

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International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology

Because Connection Takes Two: The Analyst's Psychology in Treating the ‘Connection-Resistant’ Patient by David Wallin, California, USA

American Imago

L'effet c'est toi: Projective Identification from Nietzsche to Klein by Jared Russell, California, USA

The Child's Child: Theory of Mind in the Work of Beatrix Potter by Susan Scheftel, California, USA

Psychotherapy Research

Impact of mindfulness training on attentional control and anger regulation processes for psychotherapists in training by Beatriz Rodriguez Vega, Madrid, Spain, Javier Melero-Llorente, Madrid, Spain, Carmen Bayon Perez, Madrid, Spain, Susana Cebolla, Madrid, Spain, Jorge Mira, Madrid, Spain, Carla Balverde and Alberto Fernandez-Liria, Madrid, Spain

Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Whose Trauma Is It Anyway? Furthering Our Understanding of Its Intergenerational Transmission by Susan S Berger, New York, USA

Becoming Real Together: The Parallel Discovery of Authenticity in a Traumatized Child and First-Time Therapist by Kira Boesch, New York, USA

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Attachment and Human Development

Maternal reflective functioning among mothers with childhood maltreatment histories: links to sensitive parenting and infant attachment security by Ann M Stacks, Detroit, USA, Kristyn Wong, Detroit, USA, Maria Muzik, Ann Arbor, USA, Marjorie Beeghly, Boston, USA, Alissa Huth-Bocks, Ipsilanti, USA, Jessica L Irwin, Detroit, USA and Katherine L Rosenblum, Ann Arbor, USA

Psychoanalysis and History

Subterranean Histories: The Dissemination of Freud's Works into the British Discourse on Psychological Medicine, 1904-1911 by Philip Kuhn, Buckfastleigh, UK

Regression and the Maternal in the History of Psychoanalysis 1900-1957 by Shaul Bar-Haim, London, UK

Studies in Gender and Sexuality

Temporal Vertigo: The Paradoxes of Ageing by Lynne Segal, London, UK

The Death-Mother in Psycho: Hitchcock, Femininity and Queer Desire by David Greven, Columbia, USA

International Forum of Psychoanalysis

The analyst's intent and the analytic process: A note supporting a contextual understanding of the patient's experience of the analytic attitude by Soh Agatsuma, Osaka-fu, Japan

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Article Citation

(2015). Abstracts from other Journals. Brit. J. Psychother, 31(1):149-151

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