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Results 1 - 30 of 94 for your search on "since 1997; Sources citing: Beebe, B. Lachmann, F. (2002). Organizing Principles of Interaction from Infant Research and the Lifespan Prediction of Attachment: Application to Adult Treatment. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 2(4):61-89.":

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Bastianini, T. Moccia, G. (2003). Riflessioni sulle attuali evoluzioni dei concetti di affetto, memoria e azione terapeutica. Rivista Psicoanal., 49(3):529-549. […]
 
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LaMothe, R. (2006). Constructing Infants: Anthropological Realities and Analytic Horizons. Psychoanal. Rev., 93(3):437-462. […]
 
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Kane, B.S. (2005). Transforming Trauma Into Tragedy: Oedipus/Israel and the Psychoanalyst as Messenger. Psychoanal. Rev., 92(6):929-956. […]
 
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Rosegrant, J. (2012). Technologically Altered Reality Inside the Therapist's Office. Psychoanal. Psychol., 29(2):226-240. […]
 
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Cortina, M. Liotti, G. (2010). Attachment is about Safety and Protection, Intersubjectivity is about Sharing and Social Understanding: The Relationships between Attachment and Inter Subjectivity. Psychoanal. Psychol., 27(4):410-441. […]
 
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Miller, M.L. (2008). The Emotionally Engaged Analyst II: How Emotions Impact Analytic Process as Illuminated by Dynamic Systems Theory. Psychoanal. Psychol., 25(2):257-279. […]
 
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Miller, M.L. (2008). The Emotionally Engaged Analyst I: Theories of Affect and Their Influence on Therapeutic Action. Psychoanal. Psychol., 25(1):3-25. […]
 
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Summers, F. (2005). The Self and Analytic Technique. Psychoanal. Psychol., 22(3):341-356. […]
 
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Aron, L. (2004). God's influence on my psychoanalytic vision and values. Psychoanal. Psychol., 21(3):442-451. […]
 
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LaMothe, R. (2003). Freud, Religion, and the Presence of Projective Identification. Psychoanal. Psychol., 20(2):287-302. […]
 
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Freedgood, B. (2013). Loss and Resilience Form a Family: An Adoption Story From a Relational Point of View. Psychoanal. Perspect., 10(1):20-41. […]
 
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Summers, F. (2012). Creating New Ways of Being and Relating. Psychoanal. Dial., 22(2):143-161. […]
 
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Atlas-Koch, G. Kuchuck, S. (2012). To Have and to Hold: Psychoanalytic Dialogues on the Desire to Own. Psychoanal. Dial., 22(1):93-105. […]
 
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Hershberg, S.G. (2011). Interfaces Among Neurobiology, Cognitive Science, and Psychoanalysis: Implicit and Explicit Processes in Therapeutic Change. Commentary on Papers by Allan N. Schore, Wilma Bucci, and James L. Fosshage. Psychoanal. Dial., 21(1):101-109. […]
 
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Fosshage, J.L. (2011). How Do We “Know” What We “Know?” And Change What We “Know?”. Psychoanal. Dial., 21(1):55-74. […]
 
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Putnam, J. Aron, L. (2008). Psychoanalytic Healing, Love, Life, and Death: Commentary on Paper by Sheldon Bach. Psychoanal. Dial., 18(6):795-811. […]
 
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Aron, L. (2005). The Tree of Knowledge: Good and Evil Conflicting Interpretations. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(5):681-707. […]
 
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Benjamin, J. (2005). Creating an Intersubjective Reality: Commentary on Paper by Arnold Rothstein. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(3):447-457. […]
 
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Seligman, S. (2005). Dynamic Systems Theories as a Metaframework for Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Dial., 15(2):285-319. […]
 
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Carter, L. Knox, J. McFadden, J. West, M. (2011). Panel: The Alchemy of Attachment Trauma, Fragmentation and Transformation in the Analytic Relationship. J. Anal. Psychol., 56(3):334-340. […]
 
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Colman, W. (2011). Symbolic Objects and the Analytic Frame. J. Anal. Psychol., 56(2):184-202. […]
 
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Berlin, N.G. (2005). Tripartite Treatment of Childhood Aggression: A View from Attachment Theory. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 4(2):134-155. […]
 
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Music, G. (2009). Neglecting neglect: some thoughts about children who have lacked good input, and are ‘undrawn’ and ‘unenjoyed’. J. Child Psychother., 35(2):142-156. […]
 
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Berlin, N. (2008). Tripartite therapy with older children: mutuality in the relationship of a parent–child attachment. J. Child Psychother., 34(3):335-363. […]
 
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Music, G. (2004). The Old One-Two. J. Child Psychother., 30(1):21-37. […]
 
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Altman, N. (2003). Affect Regulation, Mentalization, and the Development of the Self Peter Fonagy, Gyorgy Gergely, Elliot L. Jurist, Mary Target New York: Other Press, 2002. 547 pp. £45 ($65). J. Child Psychother., 29(3):431-435. […]
 
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Cortina, M. Liotti, G. (2010). The Intersubjective and Cooperative Origins of Consciousness: An Evolutionary-Developmental Approach. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 38(2):291-314. […]
 
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Whitman-Raymond, L.M. (2009). What I Learned From Theseus: Recognition and the Development of Self in a Post-Modern World. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 4(1):80-100. […]
 
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Pickles, J. (2008). Some Nuances in Intersubjective Attachment Systems: Discussion of Shelley Doctors' Article, “Notes on Incorporating Attachment Theory and Research Into Self Psychological and Intersubjective Clinical Work”. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 3(1):50-64. […]
 
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Attia, O. (2011). Separation and Individuation in Picasso's Guernica. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 92(6):1561-1581. […]
 
 
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