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List of Articles


Volume 17 (1960)

Issue 1
The Female Castration Complex and its Repercussions in Modesty, Appearance and Courtship Etiquette  3
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Phallic Fantasies, Fear of Death, and Ecstacy  21
Stefi Pedersen, Ph.D.
Sidelights on Freud's “Psychopathology of Everyday Life”  47
Bronson Feldman
Free Association and Ego Function in Creativity:() A Study of Content and Form in Art  61
Jacques Schnier
Dr. Johnson and the Psychiatrists  75
William Kenney
Aspects of Creativity and the Learning Process  83
I. N. Berlin, M.D.
Psychoanalysis in Groups: The Alternate Session  101
Alexander Wolf, M.D. and Emanuel K. Schwartz, Ph.D., D.S.Sc.
Issue 2
Mistress Pokai - a Contribution to the Theory of Obsessive Doubts  111
L. Veszy-Wagner, Ph.D.
The Babe That Milks: An Organic Study of Macbeth  133
David B. Barron, M.D.
The Davidic Dynasty and the Davidic Messiah  163
Dr. Arthur A. Feldman, Rabbi
A Study of King David  179
Dorothy F. Zeligs, ED.D.
Coping with the “Evil Eye” or Early Rabbinical Attempts at Psychotherapy  201
Samuel D. Shrut, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Gustav Mahler and Psychoanalysis  217
Robert Still
In D. H. Lawrence's The Man who Died the Function of Allusions and Symbols  241
James C. Cowan
Popular Cartoons and Prevailing Anxieties  255
Mary Jeffery Collier
Psychopathological Characters in Current Drama: A Study of a Trio of Heroines  271
Philip Weissman, M.D.
Metaphor and Mind: A Re-evaluation of Metaphor Theory  289
D. Dean Rohovit, M.D.
Bibliotherapy: An Application of Psychoanalytic Theory  311
Caroline Shrodes, Ph.D.
The Don Juan Myth  321
Dallas Pratt, M.D.
The Figure in the Carpet  339
Mark Kanzer, M.D.
Two Pair of Gloves: Mark Twain and Henry James  349
Herbert Feinstein
The Ritual Origin of Plato's Dialogues: A Study of Argumentation and Conversation among Intellectuals  389
William H. Desmonde, Ph.D.
The Type “Mr. Stuffed Shirt”  407
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
Hamlet's Parents: The Dynamic Formulation of a Tragedy  413
Lora Heller, M.A. and Abraham Heller, M.D.
Cooper, Freud and the Origins of Culture  423
William Wasserstrom
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