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Turnbull, O. Olds, D. (2012). This Issue. Neuropsychoanalysis, 14(2):133-134.

(2012). Neuropsychoanalysis, 14(2):133-134

This Issue

Oliver Turnbull and David Olds

In the original articles section, we publish five new articles. Gerald Wiest and colleagues have some fascinating findings on the nature of agency and free will, studied using direct stimulation of the brain during a neurosurgical intervention for epilepsy. Nikolai Axmacher and colleagues report some fMRI findings relating to unresolved conflicts and emotion regulation, with implications for the transference relationship. Paula Wolk and her collaborators discuss a very interesting single-case investigation of splitting, and Claudio Colace reports his investigations of children's dreams—where the findings have important implications for Freud's classical model of dream formation. Finally, the renowned authority on neuropsychological rehabilitation, George Prigatano, reflects a Jungian perspective on his treatment interventions.

This issue of our journal also hosts a valuable group of essays that emerged from a research forum that took place at the Pfeffer Center in New York in early November 2010. The forum was based around a small group of early-career researchers, who presented interdisciplinary work in a neuropsychoanalytic vein. In various ways, and with fascinating results, this research brought together a rich combination of psychodynamic and neuroscientific ideas. These presentations were then expanded into publishable papers, which are collected here by Christina Sekaer, as Guest Editor. She begins with an informative introduction to the series, followed by the researchers describing and explaining their work.

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