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List of Articles

Volume 12 (1952)

Issue 1
The Paucity of Inner Experiences  3
Dr Karen Horney, M.D.
Intuition in Zen Buddhism  10
Dr Akihisa Kondo
Clinical Aspects of Externalized Living  15
Dr Norman Kelman, M.D.
The Dynamics of Insight  24
Dr Alexander Reid Martin, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Moral Values  39
Dr Frederick A. Weiss
Rational and Irrational Authority a Holistic Viewpoint  50
Dr Harold Kelman, M.D.
Human Nature Can Change a Symposium  62
Harold Kelman, Frederick A. Weiss, Paul Tillich and Karen Horney
Short-Term Analytic Therapy  69
Dr Charles C. Hewitt
Constructive and Obstructive Forces in Prognosis  74
Dr John A. Passoni, M.D.
Group Analysis
Some Problems and Promises: Introduction  78
Harold Kelman
Some Techniques of Group Therapy  79
Louis E. Derosis
Some Advantages of Group Analysis  79
Sidney Rose
Group Composition and Patient Selection  80
Benjamin Wassell
Values and Problems  80
Karen Horney
Book Reviews
The Forgotten Language. By Erich Fromm. Rinehart and Co., 1951. 263 pp. $3.50.  82
Bernard Zuger, M.D.
Psychology in the Service of the School. By M. F. Cleugh. Philosophical Library, 1951. 183 pp. $3.75.  83
Marie I. Rasey
Soviet Attitudes Toward Authority. By Margaret Mead. McGraw-Hill, 1951. 148 pp. $4.00.  84
Hugh Mullan, M.D.
One Little Boy. By Dorothy Baruch. Julian Press, Inc., 1952. 242 pp. $3.50.  86
Norman Kelman, M.D.
Scientific Meetings
Regular Meetings at the New York Academy of Medicine  88
Interval Meetings at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis  97
Annual Reports: 1951-1952
The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis  104
Elizabeth Kilpatrick
The Auxiliary Council to the Association  104
Harold Kelman, M.D., Isidore Portnoy, M.D., Hugh Mullan, M.D., Dominick Barbara, M.D., Milton Berger, M.D. and Jack Rubins, M.D.
American Institute for Psychoanalysis  105
Harold Kelman, M.D.
The Dean  107
Karen Horney, M.D.
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