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List of Articles

Volume 18 (1961)

Issue 1
The Psychotherapeutic Meeting of East and West  3
Ernest Becker, Ph.D.
The Meaning of Empathy  21
Arnold Maddaloni
“The Artist of the Beautiful”: Narcissus and the Thimble  35
William Bysshe Stein
Hawthorne's “Case of Arthur D.”  45
Eugene Arden
The Psychosomatic Aspects of Myths  57
James Clark Moloney, M.D.
The Clinical Importance of “Rumpelstiltskin” as Anti-Male Manifesto  65
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
Ritual Matricide: A Study of the Origins of Sacrifice  71
John Skinner
Issue 2
A Myth of Ancient Egypt  105
Norman Locke, Ph.D.
HAMLET, Or the Tragedy of Shakespeare  129
A. Andre Glaz
Catherine: Theme and Structure  159
Nicholas A. Salerno
On Origins of Hatred Toward Negroes  167
Martin Reiser, ED.D.
Apraham and the Covenant of the Pieces: A Study in Ambivalence  173
Dorothy F. Zeligs, ED.D.
The Childhood Story Preferences of Adolescent Finnish Girls  187
Mary Jeffery Collier and Eugene L. Gaier
Issue 3
A Psychoanalytic Appreciation of American Government  207
John M. Dorsey, M.D.
Some Character Aspects of the Satirist (Pietro Aretino)  235
Maurice N. Walsh, M.D.
Freud and the Moses of Michaelangelo  263
Myron L. Wolbarsht and Joseph D. Lichtenberg
An Interpretation of the Mind-Body Problem  269
Ernest H. Hutten
A Psychoanalytic Reading of Hawthorne's “Major Molineuy”: The Father Manqué and the Protégé Manqué  279
Louis Paul, M.D.
On Sigmund Freud's Personality  289
Dr. Richard Sterba
A Ritualistic Aspect of Smoking  305
Irving Berent, M.D.
Hang it All  311
Nandor Fodor
Issue 4
Foreword  317
Leon J. Saul, M.D.
Concerning Dream Life ()  318
William Rubiner
Coleridge's Great Poems Reflecting the Mother Imago  331
J. Garth Ware, B.A, M.D.
The Satiricon of Petronius Some Psycho-Analytical Considerations  353
J. P. Sullivan
Orestes the Delinquent: The Inevitability of Parricide  371
Dr. Lilla Veszy-Wagner
A Future Note on the Primal Instinct Theory  383
William J. Pieper, M.D. and Hyman L. Muslin, M.D.
To what Length the Neurotic's Distortions Can Go…  391
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
The Psychological Appeal in the Cinderella Theme  399
Mary Jeffery Collier
Coming of Age in Davos: An Analysis of the Maturation of Hans Castorp in Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain  413
Freda Could Rebelsky, Ph.D.
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