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Results 1 - 30 of 241 for your search on "since 2012; Sources citing: Benjamin, J. (2004). Beyond Doer and Done to: An Intersubjective View of Thirdness. Psychoanal Q., 73(1):5-46.":

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Saketopoulou, A. (2014). To Suffer Pleasure: The Shattering of the Ego as the Psychic Labor of Perverse Sexuality. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(4):254-268. […]
 
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Atlas, G. (2013). What's Love Got to Do with It? Sexuality, Shame, and the Use of the Other. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14(1):51-58. […]
 
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Hartman, S. (2013). Bondless Love. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14(1):35-50. […]
 
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Benjamin, J. (2013). The Bonds of Love: Looking Backward. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 14(1):1-15. […]
 
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Zuckerman, J.R. (2012). Lateness, Enactment, and Recognition. Psychoanal. Psychol., 29(4):472-493. […]
 
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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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Rizzolo, G.S. (2012). Rethinking Tavistock: Enactment, the Analytic Third, and the Implications for Group Relations. Psychoanal. Psychol., 29(3):346-367. […]
 
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Ehrenberg, D. (2014). On Finding One’s Voice as an Analyst: Commentary on Matt Aibel’s “Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track”. Psychoanal. Perspect., 11(2):173-187. […]
 
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Aibel, M. (2014). Being Railroaded: A Candidate’s Struggle to Stay on Track. Psychoanal. Perspect., 11(2):140-163. […]
 
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Kuchuck, S. (2013). When Two Become Four: Patient, Analyst, Lover, Friend. Psychoanal. Perspect., 10(2):220-234. […]
 
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Altman, N. (2012). Ongoing Trauma, Ongoing Hope. Psychoanal. Perspect., 9(2):233-242. […]
 
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Kerzner, S. (2013). The Crucial Role of the “Third” in Bully/Victim Dynamics. Psychoanal. Inq., 33(2):116-123. […]
 
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Hartman, S. (2012). Cybermourning: Grief in Flux From Object Loss to Collective Immortality. Psychoanal. Inq., 32(5):454-467. […]
 
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Corbett, K. (2014). The Analyst’s Private Space: Spontaneity, Ritual, Psychotherapeutic Action, and Self-Care. Psychoanal. Dial., 24(6):637-647. […]
 
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Cooper, S. (2014). The Things We Carry: Finding/Creating the Object and the Analyst’s Self-Reflective Participation. Psychoanal. Dial., 24(6):621-636. […]
 
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Sherman, E. (2014). From Dead to Alive: Desire, Dissociation and Passion in the Analytic Dyad. Psychoanal. Dial., 24(2):193-209. […]
 
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Stern, D.B. (2013). Field Theory in Psychoanalysis, Part 2: Bionian Field Theory and Contemporary Interpersonal/Relational Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Dial., 23(6):630-645. […]
 
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Aron, L. (2013). The Transference is Indeed a Cross: Commentary on Paper by Sue Grand. Psychoanal. Dial., 23(4):464-474. […]
 
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Levine, L. (2012). Into Thin Air: The Co-Construction of Shame, Recognition, and Creativity in an Analytic Process. Psychoanal. Dial., 22(4):456-471. […]
 
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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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Perelberg, R.J. (2013). Paternal Function and Thirdness in Psychoanalysis and Legend: Has the Future Been Foretold?. Psychoanal Q., 82(3):557-585. […]
 
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Wilson, M. (2013). Desire and Responsibility: The Ethics of Countertransference Experience. Psychoanal Q., 82(2):435-476. […]
 
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Naziri, D. Feld-Elzon, E. (2012). Becoming a Mother by “AID” Within a Lesbian Couple: The Issue of the Third. Psychoanal Q., 81(3):683-711. […]
 
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Crociani-Windland, L. (2013). Towards a Psycho-Social Pedagogy as a Relational Practice and Perspective. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 13(2):127-146. […]
 
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Stern, D.B. (2017). Unformulated Experience, Dissociation, and Nachträglichkeit. J. Anal. Psychol., 62(4):501-525. […]
 
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Knox, J. (2013). ‘Feeling for’ and ‘Feeling with’: Developmental and Neuroscientific Perspectives on Intersubjectivity and Empathy. J. Anal. Psychol., 58(4):491-509. […]
 
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Dugmore, N. (2013). The grandmaternal transference in parent–infant/child psychotherapy. J. Child Psychother., 39(1):59-75. […]
 
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Stern, S. (2014). A 9-Year Analysis With a Connection-Resistant Patient: Theory, Reality, and the Messiness of Therapeutic Action. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 9(3):179-192. […]
 
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Ringstrom, P.A. (2012). A Relational Intersubjective Approach to Conjoint Treatment. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 7(1):85-111. […]
 
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Bohleber, W. (2013). The Concept of Intersubjectivity in Psychoanalysis: Taking Critical Stock. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 94(4):799-823. […]
 
 
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