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Safran, J.D. (2016). Agency, Surrender, and Grace in Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Psychol., 33(1):58-72. […]
 
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Abram, J. (2008). Donald Woods Winnicott (1896-1971): A Brief Introduction. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 89(6):1189-1217. […]
 
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(1999). References. The Therapeutic Alliance, 125-130. […]
 
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Sweet, A.D. (2012). Internal Objects and Self-Destructive Behaviours: A Clinical Case Highlighting Dissociation, Splitting and the Rôle of the Primitive Super-Ego in the Addictions. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 35(2):116-126. […]
 
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Baraitser, L. (2008). Mum's the Word: Intersubjectivity, Alterity, and the Maternal Subject. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 9(1):86-110. […]
 
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Gorney, J.E. (2000). Chapter 8 Bulimia as Metaphor: Twinship and Play in the Treatment of the Difficult Patient. Progress in Self Psychology, 16:141-153. […]
 
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Herbert, J.C. (2006). The Analytic Pair in Action: Finding the Missing Mental Life: An Intersubjective Approach. Psychoanal. St. Child, 61:20-55. […]
 
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Baradon, T. (2005). “What Is Genuine Maternal Love?”: Clinical Considerations and Technique in Psychoanalytic Parent-Infant Psychotherapy. Psychoanal. St. Child, 60:47-73. […]
 
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Eshel, O. (2012). A Beam of “Chimeric” Darkness: Presence, Interconnectedness, and Transformation in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Patient Convicted of Sex Offenses. Psychoanal. Rev., 99(2):149-178. […]
 
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Schermer, V.L. (2011). Interpreting Psychoanalytic Interpretation: A Fourfold Perspective. Psychoanal. Rev., 98(6):817-842. […]
 
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Kirshner, L. (2013). Donald Winnicott Today (New Library of Psychoanalysis), edited by Jan Abram, London: Routledge, 2013, 477 pp., $44.70. Psychoanal. Psychol., 30(4):689-693. […]
 
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Shoshani, M. Shoshani, B. Kella, R. Becker, M. (2012). Green Eyes, Crows, and Scorpions: Envy in the Contexts of Neediness, Separateness, and Narcissism. Psychoanal. Psychol., 29(4):440-458. […]
 
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Davies, J.E. (2009). Considering “Self-Ful” Desire. Psychoanal. Psychol., 26(3):310-321. […]
 
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Eisold, K. (2005). Using Bion. Psychoanal. Psychol., 22(3):357-369. […]
 
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Klugman, D. (2003). The Figuration of Reality: Psychoanalysis, Animism, and the “Pathetic Fallacy”. Psychoanal. Psychol., 20(4):660-676. […]
 
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Eigen, M. (2012). Distinction–Union Structure. Psychoanal. Inq., 32(3):246-256. […]
 
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Carr, E. Cortina, M. (2011). Heinz Kohut and John Bowlby: The Men and Their Ideas. Psychoanal. Inq., 31(1):42-57. […]
 
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Grotstein, J. (2008). The overarching Role of Unconscious Phantasy. Psychoanal. Inq., 28(2):190-205. […]
 
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Grotstein, J.S. (2004). Notes on the Superego. Psychoanal. Inq., 24(2):257-270. […]
 
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Rehm, M. (2013). Meditations on Aggression, Loss, Discovery, and Influence in Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Dial., 23(5):528-541. […]
 
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Hartman, S. (2013). On Making Reparation to the Analyst's Idolized Countertransference: Commentary on Paper by Dana Amir. Psychoanal. Dial., 23(4):408-417. […]
 
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Cooper, S.H. (2010). The Analyst's Anticipatory Fantasies: Aid and Obstacle to the Patient's Self-Integration. Psychoanal. Dial., 20(4):459-474. […]
 
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Slavin, J.H. (2010). Becoming an Individual: Technically Subversive Thoughts on the Role of the Analyst's Influence. Psychoanal. Dial., 20(3):308-324. […]
 
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Harris, A. (2007). Discussion of “Unraveling Whiteness”: Commentary on Paper by Melanie Suchet. Psychoanal. Dial., 17(6):887-894. […]
 
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Clement, C. (2005). The Evocation Of Death Anxiety on a Meditation Retreat. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(2):139-152. […]
 
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Reis, B.E. (1999). Thomas Ogden's Phenomenological Turn. Psychoanal. Dial., 9(3):371-393. […]
 
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Baudry, F. (2010). Greenacre's “The Predisposition to Anxiety,” Parts I and II: A Review. Psychoanal Q., 79(4):1103-1120. […]
 
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Potik, D. (2010). Possessive Objects and Paralyzing Moods. Psychoanal Q., 79(3):687-715. […]
 
 
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