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Volume 66 (2006)

Issue 1
What Does the Analyst Want? Free Association in Relation to the Analyst'S Activity, Ambition, and Technical Innovation  1
Axel Hoffer, M.D.
The Concept of Objective Countertransference and Its Role in a Two-Person Psychology  25
Paul Geltner, D.S.W.
Addictions and the Quest to Control the Object  43
Robert Waska, Ph.D.
Was the Myth of Narcissus Misinterpreted by Freud? Narcissus, a Model for Schizoid-Histrionic, Not Narcissistic, Personality Disorder  63
Arash Javanbakht, M.D.
Scientific Meeting of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalytic Reconstruction and Reintegration Presenter: Harold Blum Discussant: Benjamin Kilborne Date: March 17, 2005  73
Coral Cruz
Book Reviews
Coparticipant Psychoanalysis: Toward a New Theory of Clinical Inquiry, by John Fiscalini, Columbia University Press, New York, 2004, 242 pp.  77
Robert Prince, Ph.D., ABPP
Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of Masturbation, by Thomas W. Laqueur, Zone Books, New York, 2004, 498 pp.  97
Benjamin Kilborne
Culture, Subject, Psyche: Dialogues in Psychoanalysis and Anthropology, edited by Anthony Molino, Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, CT, 2004, 232 pp.  101
Howard H. Covitz, Ph.D., NCPsyA, ABPP
Issue 2
Celebrating the 120th Anniversary of Karen Horney's Birth
Karen Horney: A Portrait  105
Marianne Horney Eckardt
The Child within. Karen Horney on Vacation  109
Renate Horney Patterson
The Canary in the Mind: On the Fate of Dreams in Psychoanalysis and in Contemporary Culture  113
Dr. Paul Lippmann, Ph.D.
On Dreams: Discussion of Paul Lippmann's Paper “The Canary in the Mind”  131
Marilyn Charles, Ph.D.
Loving the Patient as the Basis for Treatment  139
Yecheskiel Cohen, Ph.D.
Buddhism and Psychoanalysis: A Personal Reflection  157
Dr. David Nichol, M.D.
How Psychiatric Treatments can Enhance Psychological Defense Mechanisms  173
Brad Bowins, M.D., FRCP(C)
Scientific Meeting of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis
Whatever Happened to Culturalism? Presenter: Mario Rendon, M.D. Discussant: Giselle Galdi, Ph.D. Date: October 20, 2005  195
Michele A. Muñoz, Ph.D.
Book Review
After Lacan: Clinical Practice and the Subject of the Unconscious, by Willy Apollon, Danielle Bergeron, and Lucie Cantin, edited and with an Introduction by Robert Hughes and Kareen Ror Malone, SUNY Press, New York, 2002, 197 pp.  201
Riva L. Tait, Ph.D. and Marilyn Charles, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A Practitioner's Guide, by Nancy McWilliams. The Guilford Press, New York, 2004, 352 pp.  207
Lee Whitman-Raymond, Ph.D.
Issue 3
The Formation and Development of Individual and Ethnic Identity: Insights from Psychiatry and Psychoanalytic Theory  211
Mali A. Mann, M.D.
Forced Migration, Adolescence, and Identity Formation  226
Dimitris C. Anagnostopoulos, M.D., Maria Vlassopoulos, Ph.D. and Helen Lazaratou,, M.D.
From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part I  239
Susan Kavaler-Adler, Ph.D., ABPP
On the Arts
Introduction to “Presence: The Touch of the Puppet,” by Paul  261
Judith E. Vida, M.D.
Presence: The Touch of the Puppet  263
Paul Zelevansky, ED.D.
Scientific Meeting of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis
The Canary in the Mind: On the Fate of Dreams in Psychoanalysis and in Contemporary Culture Presenter: Paul Lippmann, Ph.D. Discussant: Marilyn Charles, Ph.D. Date: November 17, 2005  289
Mathew Rofofsky, L.C.S.W.
Book Review
My Life in Theory, by Leo Rangell. Other Press, New York, 2004, 362 pp.  293
Arthur Lynch, D.S.W.
Jung and the Jungians on Myth, by Steven F. Walker. Routledge, New York, 2002, 224 pp.  313
Arash Javanbakht, M.D.
Issue 4
Supportive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Borderline Patients: An Empirical Approach  317
Ann Halsell Appelbaum, M.D.
From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part II  333
Susan Kavaler-Adler, Ph.D.
The Affective Experience of the Analyst in the Extra-Analytic Moment  351
Janet Rivkin Zuckerman, Ph.D. and Lisa Horelick, PSYD
Reflections on Janet Zuckerman and Lisa Horelick's “the Affective Experience of the Analyst in the Extra-Analytic Moment”  373
Jeffrey I. Lewis
An Analyst's Experience Working in a Skilled Nursing Facility: a case Study  381
Dianne Ollech, PSYD
Scientific Meeting of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis
Figurations of the Real: Representations of Trauma in a Dream Presenter: Lewis A. Kirshner, M.D. Discussant: Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, M.D., Ph.D. Date: March 16, 2006  391
Peter Demetri, LMSW
Book Review
Dealing with Resistance in Psychotherapy, by Althea Horner. Jason Aronson, Lanham, MD, 2005, 189 pp.  395
Riva L. Tait, Ph.D. and Marion Solomon, Ph.D.
Play and Reflection in Donald Winnicott's Writings, by André Green. Karnac Books, London, 2005, 38 pp.  399
Paul C. Cooper, M.S., NCPSYA
Understanding Dissidence and Controversy in the History of Psychoanalysis, by Martin S. Bergmann. Other Press, New York, 2004, 405 pp.  401
Howard Covitz, Ph.D., NCPSYA, ABPP
Working in the Countertransference: Necessary Entanglements, by Howard A. Wishnie. Rowman & Littlefield, Oxford, UK, 2005, 263 pp.  411
Paul C. Cooper, M.S., NCPSYA
Organization in the Mind: Psychoanalysis, Group Relations, and Organizational Consultancy, by David Armstrong, Karnac Books, London, 2005, 167 pp.  413
Margaret Parish, Ph.D.
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