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List of Articles

Volume 18 (1990)

The Developmental Psychology of the Self and the Changing World View of Psychoanalysis  1
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy, M.D. and Bertram J. Cohler, Ph.D.
Psychological Development and the Changing Organization of the Brain  45
Fred M. Levin, M.D.
Notes on Stalemate: A Particular Negative Reaction Affecting Therapeutic Outcome  63
J. G. Maguire, M.D.
A Few Comments on Psychoanalytic Stalemate  85
Jerome A. Winer, M.D.
The Dream Screen Transference  89
David R. Edelstein, M.D.
Varieties of Therapeutic Alliance  99
Bernard Brandchaft, M.D. and Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Object Loss and Selfobject Loss: A Consideration of Self Psychology's Contribution to Understanding Mourning and the Failure to Mourn  115
Estelle Shane, Ph.D. and Morton Shane, M.D.
Toward a Clarification of the Transitional Object and Selfobject Concepts in the Treatment of the Borderline Patient  133
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D. and Gerald Adler, M.D.
On Postanalytic Amnesia  153
Mark Trewartha, M.D.
Freud and Hypnosis: The Development of an Interactionist Perspective  175
Steven M. Silverstein, Ph.D. and Barry R. Silverstein, M.A.
Post-Freudian Developments in Psychoanalytic Views of Hypnosis: From Libido Theory to Ego Psychology  195
Steven M. Silverstein, Ph.D. and Barry R. Silverstein, M.A.
A Model of Affect Using Dynamical Systems  213
Jerome I. Sashin, M.D., (deceased) and James Callahan, Ph.D.
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