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Bergstein, A. (2014). Beyond the Spectrum: Fear of Breakdown, Catastrophic Change and the Unrepressed Unconscious. Rivista Psicoanal., 60(4):847-868. […]
 
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Torsti, M. (2000). At the Sources of the Symbolization Process: The Psychoanalyst as an Observer of Early Trauma. Psychoanal. St. Child, 55:275-297. […]
 
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Ansorge, W. (2012). Primitive Processes, Metaphor, and Recognition in the Treatment of Traumatic Loss. Psychoanal. Rev., 99(6):795-826. […]
 
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Sapountzis, I. (2009). Revisiting Searles's Paper “The Patient as a Therapist to the Therapist”: The Analyst's Personal in the Interpersonal. Psychoanal. Rev., 96(4):665-684. […]
 
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Cohen, D.W. (2002). Transference and Countertransference States in the Analysis of Pathological Narcissism. Psychoanal. Rev., 89(5):631-651. […]
 
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Mizen, C. (2014). Towards a Relational Affective Theory of personality disorder. Psychoanal. Psychother., 28(4):357-378. […]
 
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D'Alberton, F. Nardi, L. Zucchini, S. (2012). The onset of a chronic disease as a traumatic psychic experience: A psychodynamic survey on type 1 diabetes in young patients. Psychoanal. Psychother., 26(4):294-307. […]
 
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First, E. Kuspit, J. Nakhla, F. Schwartz, M. (2008). Making Use of Winnicott: A Roundtable Discussion with. Psychoanal. Perspect., 5(2):5-53. […]
 
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Goldman, D. (2013). Vital Sparks and the Form of Things Unknown. Psychoanal. Inq., 33(1):3-20. […]
 
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Hedges, L.E. (2005). Listening Perspectives for Emotional: Relatedness Memories. Psychoanal. Inq., 25(4):455-483. […]
 
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Sands, S.H. (2010). On the Royal Road Together: The Analytic Function of Dreams in Activating Dissociative Unconscious Communication. Psychoanal. Dial., 20(4):357-373. […]
 
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Shoshani, M. Shoshani, B. Shinar, O. (2010). Fear and Shame in an Israeli Psychoanalyst and His Patient: Lessons Learned in Times of War. Psychoanal. Dial., 20(3):285-307. […]
 
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Kullman, A. (2007). The “Perseverant” Personality: A Preattachment Perspective on the Etiology and Evolution of Binge/Purge Eating Disorders. Psychoanal. Dial., 17(5):705-732. […]
 
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Bass, G. (2002). Something Is Happening Here: Thoughts and Clinical Material Regarding Multiplicity, Gender, and Touch in a Psychoanalytic Treatment. Psychoanal. Dial., 12(5):809-826. […]
 
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Arvanitakis, K.I. (1998). A Theory of Theater: Theater as Theory. Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 21(1):33-60. […]
 
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Newman, G.M. (2012). Pregnancy, Thirdness, and the Aesthetics of Catastrophe in Heinrich von Kleist. Psychoanal Q., 81(1):127-156. […]
 
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Green, A. (2010). Sources and Vicissitudes of Being in D. W. Winnicott's Work. Psychoanal Q., 79(1):11-35. […]
 
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Lombardi, R. (2009). Body, Affect, Thought: Reflections on the Work of Matte Blanco and Ferrari. Psychoanal Q., 78(1):123-160. […]
 
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Faimberg, H. (2007). A Plea for a Broader Concept of Nachträglichkeit. Psychoanal Q., 76(4):1221-1240. […]
 
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Spillius, E. (2007). On the Influence of Horney's “The Problem of the Negative Therapeutic Reaction”. Psychoanal Q., 76(1):59-74. […]
 
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Cohen, B. (2010). Zornberg, Avivah. ‘Jonah: a fantasy of flight’. Psychoanal. Dial., 2008, 18, 3, pp. 271-99.. J. Anal. Psychol., 55(4):604-607. […]
 
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Wyman-McGinty, W. (1998). The body in analysis: Authentic movement and witnessing in analytic practice. J. Anal. Psychol., 43(2):239-260. […]
 
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Sapountzis, I. (2005). Tales of Estrangement and Transformation: Cal (lie), Christopher, and the Parental Gaze. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 4(3):331-349. […]
 
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Sapountzis, I. (2004). Alone in the “Darkness of the Night” Psychotherapy with Children in States of Nonexistence. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 3(1):64-81. […]
 
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Durban, J. (2014). Despair and hope: on some varieties of countertransference and enactment in the psychoanalysis of ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) children. J. Child Psychother., 40(2):187-200. […]
 
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