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List of Articles

Volume 14 (1991)

Issue 1
Editorial  3
George S. Moran
Psychoanalytic Work with the Under-fives: Forty Years' Experience  5
Mary Target and Hansi Kennedy
Anna Freud's 1952 Harvard University Lectures  31
Joseph Sandler
Book Reviews and Notices
Hellman, Use. From War Babies to Grandmothers: Forty-Eight Years in Psychoanalysis. London: Karnac Books & The Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1990, pp. 258. Paper £16  63
Books Notices  66
Summer Profile Course  74
Issue 2
On Castaways and Some Effects of Early Experience  79
Jill Hodges
Links Across Generations: Predicting Parent-Child Relationship Patterns from Structured Interviews with Expectant Parents  95
Miriam Steele, Howard Steele and Elizabeth Model
Measuring the Ghost in the Nursery: A Summary of the Main Findings of the Anna Freud Centre - University College London Parent-Child Study  115
Peter Fonagy, Miriam Steele, George Moran, Howard Steele and Anna Higgitt
On the Investigation of Narratives About Emotion in Young Children: A Report of Two Studies  133
Jill Hodges and Miriam Steele
Issue 3 - International Scientific Colloquium on Maturational and Experiential Components in Character Formation
International Scientific Colloquium on ‘Maturational and Experiential Components in Character Formation’ Programme  153
First Day: ‘What Does Psychoanalysis have to Contribute to the Understanding of Character?’  155
Herbert J. Schlesinger
‘Maturational and Experiential Components of Character Formation’: A Summary  164
Duncan McLean
‘Temperament and Transaction: Constitutional, Maturational and Experiential Components in Character Formation’  184
James Herzog
Second Day  213
Final Summary Statement  233
Issue 4
‘Through Hardship to Knowledge’: Unknown Documents of Freud's University Years  253
Eva Laible
A Tormenting Counting Symptom  273
Pauline Cohen
Book Review
Conflict and Compromise  289
Clifford Yorke
You can Run But you can't Hide: The Analysis of a Latency-Age Boy  303
Miriam Steele
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