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Lander, J. (1959). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIX, 1958: On the Development of Mental Functioning. Melanie Klein. Pp. 84-90.. Psychoanal Q., 28:276-276. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1958). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVIII, 1957: Differentiation of the Psychotic From the Nonpsychotic Personalities. W. R. Bion. Pp. 266-275.. Psychoanal Q., 27:442-443. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1958). Psychoanalytic Review. XLIV, 1957: A Case of Phobia of Darkness. V. K. Alexander. Pp. 106-109.. Psychoanal Q., 27:289. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1957). Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Ulcerative Colitis as an Anniversary Symptom. Bernhard Bressler. Pp. 381-387.. Psychoanal Q., 26:587-587. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1957). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Nail Biting and the Integrative Process. Joseph C. Solomon. Pp. 393-395.. Psychoanal Q., 26:283-283. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1956). Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: A Review of Autofellatio. A Psychological Study of Two New Cases. William Guy and Michael H. P. Finn. Pp. 334-358.. Psychoanal Q., 25:115-116. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1953). Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: Mental Hygiene Contributions to the Resettlement of Immigrants in Israel. Gerald Caplan. Pp. 607-617.. Psychoanal Q., 22:463-464. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1950). Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society. Psychoanal Q., 19:292-293. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1949). Mental Hygiene. XXXII, 1949: The Age Period of Cultural Fixation. Weston LaBarree. Pp. 209–221.. Psychoanal Q., 18:538. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1947). A Test for the Differential Diagnosis Between Retirement Neurosis and Accident Neurosis: E. Bergler and O. Knopf. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, C, 1944, pp. 366–380.. Psychoanal Q., 16:141-142. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1945). Psychological Implications of the Male Homosexual 'Marriage': Bernard S. Robbins. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 428–437.. Psychoanal Q., 14:563-563. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1958). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVIII, 1957: Justice, Aggression, and Eros. F. R. Bienenfeld. Pp. 419-427.. Psychoanal Q., 27:601. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1947). The Convergence Between Delusion and Motor Behavior in Schizophrenia: George Devereux. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VII, 1945, pp. 89–96.. Psychoanal Q., 16:284. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1959). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIX, 1958: Therapeutic Results in Psychoanalytic Treatment Without Fee. Sandor Lorand and William A. Console. Pp. 59-65.. Psychoanal Q., 28:107. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1958). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVIII, 1957: Changing Patterns of Parent-Child Relations in an Urban Culture. Margaret Mead. Pp. 369-378.. Psychoanal Q., 27:599-600. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1957). The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Empathy, Common Ground of Ethics and of Personality Theory. David A. Stewart. Pp. 131-141.. Psychoanal Q., 26:138. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1956). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Analysis of an Unconscious Pinocchio Fantasy In an Obsessional Neurosis. Daniel Silverman. Pp. 346-358.. Psychoanal Q., 25:114-115. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1953). The Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: A Psychoanalytic Study of Migraine and Psychogenic Headache. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 152–163.. Psychoanal Q., 22:124. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1960). Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society. Psychoanal Q., 29:606-607. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1960). Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society. Psychoanal Q., 29:605-606. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1958). Psychoanalytic Review. XLIV, 1957: Some Clinical Aspects of the Body Ego, With Especial Reference to Phantom Limb Phenomena. William F. Murphy. Pp. 462-477.. Psychoanal Q., 27:603-604. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1955). Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society. Psychoanal Q., 24:480-482. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1957). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Freud and the Future. Thomas Mann. Pp. 106-115.. Psychoanal Q., 26:435-435. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1955). The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The Myths of Narcissus. Hyman Spotnitz and Philip Resnikoff. Pp. 173-181.. Psychoanal Q., 24:467-468. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1948). New Opportunities for the Improvement of Mental Hospitals: Frank Fremont-Smith. Mental Hygiene XXXI, 1947, pp. 354–362.. Psychoanal Q., 17:567. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1955). International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Group Analytic Observation as Indicator for Psychoanalytic Treatment. S. H. Foulkes. Pp. 263-266.. Psychoanal Q., 24:609. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1953). Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society. Psychoanal Q., 22:469-470. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1953). Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: An Evaluation of Recent Adolescent Drug Addiction. David P. Ausubel. Pp. 373–382.. Psychoanal Q., 22:138. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1956). Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Some Unconscious Determinants in Physicians Motivating the Use of Particular Treatment Methods—With Special Reference to Electroconvulsive Treatment. George J. Wayne. Pp. 83-87.. Psychoanal Q., 25:445. […]
 
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Lander, J. (1955). The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Psychoanalytic Study of the Minor Prophet, Jonah. Hyman H. Fingert. Pp. 55-65.. Psychoanal Q., 24:312-313. […]
 
 
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