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List of Articles

Volume 14 (1954)

Issue 1 - Karen Horney Memorial Issue
In Memoriam: Karen Horney, M.D. 1885-1952  5
Norman Kelman, M.D.
Tributes  8
Memorial Meeting for Karen Horney: Introductory Remarks  11
Emil A. Gutheil
Obituary  13
In Memoriam: Muriel Ivimey, M.D. 1888-1953  14
Bella S. van Bark, M.D.
Karen Horney: A Bibliography  15
Karen Horney: A Pioneer in the Science of Human Relations  19
Dr. D. Ewen Cameron, M.D.
The Scope of Motivation in Psychopathology and Psychotherapy  30
Dr. John C. Whitehorn, M.D.
The Image of Man in Psychotherapy  40
Ernst Kretschmer
Mechanistic and Holistic Thinking in Modern Medicine  48
Medard Boss
Karen Horney: Her Early Papers  55
Dr. Frederick A. Weiss
The Use of the Analytic Couch  65
Dr. Harold Kelman, M.D.
On Daydreams  83
Dr. Paul Lussheimer, M.D.
Nostalgia  93
Dr. Alexander R. Martin, M.D.
Goals of Analytic Therapy: A Personal Viewpoint  105
Dr. Norman Kelman, M.A.
Overemphasis on “Love and Sex”: A Character Study  115
Dr. Wanda Willig, M.D.
Book Reviews
Existential Psychoanalysis. By Jean Paul, Sartre Trans. by Hazel Barnet, Univ. of Colorado. Philosophical Library, New York, 1953 275 pp. $4.75.  123
Jack L. Rubins, M.D.
The Courage to be. By Paul Tillich Yale University Press, 1952 197 pp. $3.  127
Helen Boigon, M.D.
Client-Centered Therapy. By Carl R. Rogers P.H.D Houghton Mifflin Co., 1951 560 pp. $4.  129
Sidney Rose, M.D.
Drives, Affects, Behavior. Contributions to the Theory and Practice of Psychoanalysis and Its Application. By Rudolph M. Loewenstein M. D. International Universities Press. Inc.,1953 399 pp. 17-50.  131
Robert L. Sharoff, M.D.
Scientific Meetings  133
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