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(1974). Acknowledgments. Psychoanal. Contemp. Sci., 3(1):ix.

(1974). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Science, 3(1):ix


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“Free Will and Laws of Human Behavior,” by Adolf Grünbaum, is a revision of an article by the same title which appeared in American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 8, pp. 299-317, 1971, and appears by permission of the Quarterly.

The quotations from D. M. McKay's Freedom of Action in a Mechanistic Universe in Grünbaum are reprinted by permission of the Cambridge University Press.

“On the First Three Subphases of the Separation-Individuation Process,” by Margaret S. Mahler, first appeared in the Int. J. Psycho-Anal., Vol. 53, pp. 333-338, 1972, and is reprinted by permission of the Journal. Copyright Margaret S. Mahler.

Tables 1-5 and Figures 1-7 in “A Psychophysiological Study of Nightmares and Night Terrors,” by Charles Fisher, Edwin Kahn, Adele Edwards, and David Davis are reprinted by permission from the J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., Vol. 157, pp. 75-98, 1973. Copyright © 1973 by The Williams & Wilkins Co., Baltimore, Md.

The quotations from Richard M. Jones's Ego Synthesis in Dreams in Carter Umbarger, “Problems in the Psychology of Dreaming,” are reprinted by permission of the author. Copyright © by Schenck-man Publishing Co.

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