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Knoblauch, S.H. (2008). Attention to the Analyst's Subjectivity: From Kohut to Now… How Are We Doing?. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 3(2):237-239. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2020). Distrust, Panic and Denial … or Hope?. Psychoanal. Dial., 30(5):635-636. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2001). Chapter 7 Nonverbal Implicit Dimensions of Interaction: A Discussion of Hazel Ipp's Clinical Case. Progress in Self Psychology, 17:79-86. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1995). Chapter 13 The Selfobject Function of Religious Experience: The Treatment of a Dying Patient. Progress in Self Psychology, 11:207-217. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1995). A Brief Note on a New Beginning. Psychoanal. Psychol., 12(2):297-303. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2015). War Sex: Discussion of Steven Botticelli’s “Has Sexuality Anything to Do With War Trauma: Intergenerational Transmission and the Homosexual Imaginary”. Psychoanal. Perspect., 12(3):289-294. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2014). The Centrality of the Analyst’s Vulnerability to Interactive Regulation and Therapeutic Movement: Discussion of Paper by Paolo Stramba-Badiale, Titled, “Affective Attunement, Vulnerability, Empathy: The Analytic Experience With Veronica”. Psychoanal. Inq., 34(4):288-294. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2006). The Apollonian Eye and the Dionysian Ear. Psychoanal. Inq., 26(3):326-343. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2015). A Culturally Constituted Subjectivity: Musically and Beyond: A Discussion of Three Offerings from Aron, Ralph, and White. Psychoanal. Dial., 25(2):201-207. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2014). “I’ll Let You Be in My Dream if I Can Be in Yours.” Bob Dylan Talkin’ World War III Blues: ‘Dreaming’ Basilio Bonfiglio’s Paper. Psychoanal. Dial., 24(6):706-712. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2013). Dysregulated Rhythms and the “Grip” of the Context: A Discussion of the Paper “Poison Cookies” by Katherine Oram. Psychoanal. Dial., 23(5):613-619. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2011). Found in Translation … Perhaps: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 21(4):446-452. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2011). Contextualizing Attunement Within the Polyrhythmic Weave: The Psychoanalytic Samba. Psychoanal. Dial., 21(4):414-427. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2008). “A Lingering Whiff of Descartes in the Air”: From Theoretical Ideas to the Messiness of Clinical Participation: Commentary on Paper by the Boston Change Process Study Group. Psychoanal. Dial., 18(2):149-161. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2005). Body Rhythms and the Unconscious: Toward an Expanding of Clinical Attention. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(6):807-827. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2005). Mannie and Music. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(2):203-209. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1999). The Third, Minding and Affecting: Commentary on Paper by Lewis Aron. Psychoanal. Dial., 9(1):41-51. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1995). To Speak or Not To Speak? How and When Is That the Question?: Commentary on Papers by Davies and Gabbard. Psychoanal. Dial., 5(1):151-155. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2011). Embodying Intersubjective Intimacy: A Discussion of “Katherine: A Long, Hard Case” by Joye Weisel-Barth—Observations and Reflections. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 6(4):481-488. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2015). Freud's Lost Chord: Discovering Jazz in the Resonant Psyche by Daniel Sapen Karnac, London, 2012; 240 pp; £25.99. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 96(6):1698-1702. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2007). The Perversion of Language in the Analyst's Activity: Navigating the Rhythms of Embodiment and Symbolization. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 16(1):38-42. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1999). Absorbing Maternal Erotics: A Slippery Affair—Commentary on Papers by Wrye and Wayne. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 4(1):35-46. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (1996). The Play and Interplay of Passionate Experience: Multiple Organizations of Desire. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 1(3):323-344. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2005). What Are We Trying to Do When We Write about the Psychoanalytic Interaction? The Relevance of Theory and Research to Clinical Responsiveness: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(6):883-896. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2001). High-Risk, High-Gain Choices: Commentary on Paper by Philip A. Ringstrom. Psychoanal. Dial., 11(5):785-795. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2020). A Discussion of “Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis”. Psychoanal. Dial., 30(4):459-464. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2018). Attention and Narration to Micro-Moment Registrations of Embodied Dialogue in the Clinical Interaction: How Are We Doing?. Psychoanal. Inq., 38(7):502-510. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2020). Beyond Racial Visibility and Invisible: Reply to Hartman and Sheehi. Psychoanal. Dial., 30(3):331-335. […]
Knoblauch, S.H. (2019). Therapists’ Subjective Experience during Improvisational Moments in the Clinical Encounter-Discussion of I’mprovisation. Psychoanal. Dial., 29(3):306-310. […]
Beebe, B. Sorter, D. Rustin, J. Knoblauch, S.H. (2003). A Comparison of Meltzoff, Trevarthen, and Stern. Psychoanal. Dial., 13(6):777-804. […]
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