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List of Articles


Volume 47 (1987)

Issue 1
Application of Horney Theory in the Treatment of a Traumatized Child  3
Meryl Brown
Love and Authenticity  21
Julius E. Heuscher
Mirror Hunger in the Psychodynamics of Sexually Abusing therapists  35
Jeffrey M. Claman
Current Psychoanalytic theory and Practice: can there Be any one Valid Unitary Approach?  41
Carl T. Rotenberg, M.D.
Lacan and Post-Structuralism  51
Jan Marta, M.D.
Pessimistic mood in Narcissistic Decompensation  58
Dragan M. Švrakić, M.D.
Lillian Hellman: The Uses of Rage  72
Leo Schneiderman, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Editorial
Research in Horney's Psychoanalytic Theory  99
Leland van den Daele, Ph.D.
Some Contributions of Horneyan Theory to Enhancement of the Type A Behavior Construct  105
Steven A. Hamon, M.A.
An Application of the Interpersonal Models Developed by Karen Horney and Timothy Leary to Type A-B Behavior Patterns  116
Walter W. Roemer, Ph.D.
Understanding Social Roles from a Horneyan Perspective  131
Diane Rendon, R.N., ED.D.
Attitudes toward Disability: Horney's Theory Applied  143
Norma Jabin, Ph.D.
Horneyan and Kohutian Theories of Psychic Trauma: A Self-Psychological Reexamination of the Work of Harold Kelman  154
Richard B. Ulman, Ph.D.
The Phylogenesis of the “Ego,” with Remarks on the Frontal Lobes  161
Arthur W. Epstein, M.D.
Clinical Approach to the Grandiose Self  167
Dragan M. Švrakić, M.D., Ph.D.
Erratum  182
 
Book Reviews
Psychotherapist's Casebook, by Irwin L. Kutash and Alexander Wolf, editors. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1986, 552 pp.  183
Joyce A. Lerner, CSW
The Real Self, by James F. Masterson, M.D. New York: BrunnerlMazel, 1985, 174 pp.  185
Jill Stultz,, CSW
In Memoriam  187
Henry A. Paul, M.D. and Harry Gershman, M.D.
Issue 3
“Death of a Salesman”: Arthur Miller's Play in the Light of Psychoanalysis  195
Benjamin J. Becker
The “Voice”: The Dual Nature of Guilt Reactions  210
Robert W. Firestone, Ph.D.
Supervision of Psychotherapy East and West  230
Leah Davidson, M.D.
Freud's Self-Analysis and the Inner Life of Contemporary Refugees  237
Ales Wotruba, Ph.D. and Zdenek Cernovsky, Ph.D.
Limit Setting and the Analyst's Working Through  243
Joyce A. Lerner, CSW
Transitional Phenomena in a Dream  250
Polly Crisp, Ph.D.
Maternal Destructiveness in the Life of Franz Kafka  262
Arthur Scherr, Ph.D.
Brief Communications
Freud, Vergil, and Aeneas: An Unnoticed Classical Influence on Freud  279
Justin Glenn, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Severe Personality Disorders: Psychotherapeutic Strategies, by Otto Kernberg. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984, 381 pp.  283
Joyce A. Lerner, CSW
Issue 4 - Illusion and Desire: Lacan and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis
Issue Editor: Joyce A. Lerner
Foreword  293
Norman Kelman, M.D.
Ethics and Desire  296
William J. Richardson, Ph.D.
Desire and the Loss of Object  302
Thomas Ewens
The Thing for Freud and the Freudian Thing  309
Francois Peraldi
Lacan's View of Sublimation  315
John Muller, Ph.D.
Sublimation and the Ethical Tradition  324
W. ver Eecke, Ph.D.
Integration and Learning In the Supervisory Process  331
Leah Davidson, M.D.
Participatory Experience: The Participant Observer Paradox  342
Warren Wilner, Ph.D.
Loose, Tight, and Free Associations  358
Theodore Isaac Rubin, M.D.
Brief Communications
A Psychotherapeutic Relationship: Ten Minutes a Month, or Close Encounters of the Real Kind (with Apologies to Steven Spielberg)  365
Jane Simon, M.D.
Letters to the Editor
To the Editor  368
Joyce A. Lerner, C.S.W.
Book Reviews
The Feminist Legacy of Karen Horney, by Marcia Westkott. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986, 242 pp.  370
Susan Rudnick Jacobson, C.S.W.
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