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Miliora, M.T. Ulman, R.B. (1996). Chapter 3: Deconstruction and Reconstruction: A Self-Psychological Perspective on the Construction of Meaning in Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 3(2-3):61-81. […]
 
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Ulman, R.B. Paul, H. (1989). Chapter 8 A Self-Psychological Theory and Approach to Treating Substance Abuse Disorders: The “Intersubjective Absorption” Hypothesis. Progress in Self Psychology, 5:121-141. […]
 
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Ulman, R.B. (1987). Horneyan and Kohutian Theories of Psychic Trauma: A Self-Psychological Reexamination of the Work of Harold Kelman. Am. J. Psychoanal., 47(2):154-160. […]
 
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Ulman, R.B. Paul, H. (1992). Chapter 7 Dissociative Anesthesia and the Transitional Selfobject Transference in the Intersubjective Treatment of the Addictive Personality. Progress in Self Psychology, 8:109-139. […]
 
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Ulman, R.B. Paul, H. (1990). Chapter 10 The Addictive Personality and “Addictive Trigger Mechanisms” (ATMs): The Self Psychology of Addiction and Its Treatment. Progress in Self Psychology, 6:129-156. […]
 
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Miliora, M.T. Ulman, R.B. (1996). Panic Disorder: A Bioself-Psychological Perspective. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 24(2):217-256. […]
 
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Ulman, R.B. Brothers, D. (1987). A Self-Psychological Reevaluation of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and its Treatment: Shattered Fantasies. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 15(2):175-203. […]
 
 
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