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List of Articles


Volume 15 (1992)

Issue 1
Obituary  3
George Moran
Diagnostic Profile on a Fifteen-Year-Old Boy  7
Duncan McLean
Psychoanalytic Technique and Theory of Psychic Change  35
Joseph Sandler and Anne-Marie Sandler
The Damaged Identity Tag: A Prematurely Terminated Analysis of a Latency Boy  53
Cynthia Carlson
Difficulties in Letting Go: A Mother-Child Problem  75
Marigemma Rocco
Announcement  87
 
Summer Profile Course  88
 
Issue 2 - International Scientific Colloquium on Therapeutic Process in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis
International Scientific Colloquium on ‘Therapeutic Process in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis: Programme  91
 
First Day  93
 
Second Day  147
 
Final Summary Statement  173
 
Announcement  183
 
Issue 3
Editorial  187
Clifford Yorke
Child Abuse and Treatment Examined  189
Leonard Shengold
Secrecy, Privacy, Survival, Repressive Regimes, and Growing Up  205
Sheila Melzak
The Baby that Turned into a Lion, and Other Stories: Treatment Report from the Analysis of an Under-Five  225
Julia Fabricius
‘I Can't Shut Out the Flames!’: A Vulnerable Little Boy under Environmental Strain  241
Evelyn Buchan
Issue 4 - George Moran Memorial Meeting to Examine Common Ground Between Research Research in the Study of Human Development and Psychoanalytic Theories
George Moran Memorial Meeting to Examine Common Ground Between Recent Research in the Study of Human Development and Psychoanalytic Theories
An Introductory Overview of the Conference  263
Jennifer Davids
George Stritch Moran: A Personal Appreciation  267
Albert J. Solnit
Aggression and the Psychological Self  269
Peter Fonagy, George Moran and Mary Target
Discussion of the Paper by Peter Fonagy, George Moran and Mary Target  285
Elizabeth Bott Spillius
The ‘Pre-Narrative Envelope’: An Alternative View of ‘Unconscious Phantasy’ in Infancy  291
Daniel N. Stern
Cognitive Aspects of Memory and the Self  319
John Morton
Discussion of Professor Morton's Presentation  335
Peter Neubauer
Play in Psychoanalysis and Development  341
Donald J. Cohen
Developmental Perspectives on Psychoanalysis  351
Anne-Marie Sandler
Announcements  363
 
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