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Volume 45 (1985)

Issue 1 - The Thirty-second Annual Karen Horney Memorial Symposium--Separation and Loss: Clinical Issues
Issue Editor: Jeffery Rubin, M.D.
Introduction  5
Jeffrey Rubin, M.D.
Separation and Loss in Psychoanalytic Therapy with Borderline Patients: Further Remarks  9
Harold F. Searles, M.D.
Comments on Separation and Loss in Psychoanalytic Therapy with Borderline Patients: Discussion of Dr. Searles' Paper  29
Louis E. DeRosis, M.D.
Some Aspects of Separation and Loss in Therapy with Disturbed Children  35
Eugene Mahon, M.D.
A New Paradigm for Separation and Loss: Discussion of “Some Aspects of Separation and Loss in Therapy with Disturbed Children”  47
Mario Rendon, M.D.
Separation and Loss: Significance for Women  53
Alexandra Symonds, M.D.
Loss as a Metaphor for Attachment  59
George E. Vaillant, M.D.
The Use and Abuse of Theory in Psychoanalysis  69
Donald M. Marcus, M.D.
Other Voices
Children and Parents in the Divorce Court  77
Elisabeth Lassers, M.D. and Willard J. Lassers, JD
Brief Communications
Influence of Group Psychotherapy: A Thirty-Eight-Year Follow-Up  93
Donald A. Shaskan, M.D. and William L. Moran, M.S.W.
Book Reviews
Portraits of the Artist, by John E. Gedo, Introduction by Peter Gay. New York: Guilford Press, 1983, 303 pp., $20.  95
Ruth Milberg-Kaye
The Ambiguity of Change, by Edgar Levenson. New York: Basic Books, 1983, 180 pp.  98
Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.
Issue 2
The Negative Therapeutic Reaction: Crisis of Practice or Crisis of Theory?  109
Jack Danielian, Ph.D.
The Use of Psychoanalytic Principles in the Treatment of Older People  119
Herbert M. Rosenthal, M.D.
Edith Jacobson's Major Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory of Development  135
Saul Tuttman, M.D., Ph.D.
Discussion of “Edith Jacobson's Major Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory of Development”  148
Henry A. Paul, M.D.
Recent Sociohistorical Trends and the Ascent of Kohutian “Self-Psychology”  152
Peter Lawner, Ph.D.
Shylock in “the Merchant of Venice”  160
Samuel I. Greenberg, M.D.
Other Voices
Going Public: Historical Perspectives on Working Women  167
Sheila M. Rothman, M.S.W.
Poet, Friend, and Poetry: the Idealized Image of Love in Shakespeare's Sonnets  176
Catherine R. Lewis, M.A.
Book Reviews
Overcoming Indecisiveness: The Eight Stages of Effective Decision Making, Theodore Isaac Rubin MD New York: Harper & Row 1984 256 pp.  191
Louis E. De Rosis, M.D.
Psychodynamic Perspectives on Religion, Sect, and Cult, edited by David A. Halperin MD Boston: John Wright-PSG 1983 382 pp. $44.50.  192
Irving Friedman, M.D.
In Memoriam: Francis J. Braceland, M.D.  195
 
In Memoriam: Samuel L. Safirstein, M.D., 1913-1985  196
Norman Kelman, M.D.
Issue 3
From The Editor  205
Editor Mario Rendon, M.D.
An Analysis of Spinoza's Pride and Self-Abasement  208
Joyce A. Tigner, M.D.
Current Psychoanalytic Paradigm Controversy: A Horneyan Perspective  221
Henry A. Paul, M.D.
The Borderline Diagnosis and Integration of Self  234
Arnold Mitchell, M.D.
Wholeness, Alienation From Self, and the Schizoid Problem  251
Joyce A. Lerner, C.S.W.
Therapeutic Ambiance in the Treatment of Severely Disturbed Narcissistic Personality Disorders  258
Jayne Patrick, Ph.D.
Faulkner: Ego Functions and Fantasy  268
Leo Schneiderman
Other Voices
The Politics of Stress: Public Visions, Private Realities  282
Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Ph.D.
Brief Communications
Psychodynamic Treatment for Telephone Scatologia  291
Richard L. Goldberg, M.D. and Thomas N. Wise, M.D.
Issue 4
Editorial
Karen Horney at 100: Beyond the Frontier  305
Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.
An Analyst Looks at Languages, Cultures, and Translations  310
Edward R. Clemmens, M.D.
Discussion of “An Analyst Looks at Languages, Cultures, and Translations”  322
Carola H. Mann, Ph.D.
Recovering Bion's Contributions to Group Analysis  327
Kenneth Eisold, Ph.D.
Discussion of “Recovering Bion's Contributions to Group Analysis”  341
Michael Eigen
The Linguistic Unconscious of Jacques Lacan  348
David W. Stewart, Ph.D.
Childhood and Psychoanalysis  360
Candice S. Miller, C.S.W.
Unresolved Grief  370
Sidney Zisook, M.D. and Richard DeVaul, M.D.
The “Chemistry” of Personal Attraction  380
Kenneth Winarick, Ph.D.
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