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List of Articles

Volume 5 (1968, 1969)

Issue 1
The Reluctant Patient, the Unwanted Psychotherapist—And Coercion  1
Otto Allen Will, Jr., M.D.
The Grammar of Psychoanalysis: Sullivan Revisited  32
John L. Schimel, M.D.
Discussion  41
Charles Clay Dahlberg, M.D.
A White Institute Clinical Services Conference  44
John L. Schimel, M.D.
Problems in Therapy of a Patient with Masked Depression  45
Allan Cooper, Ph.D.
Supervisory Collaboration in the Treatment Strategy for Masked Depression  57
Rose Spiegel, M.D.
A Psychoanalytic Study of Auto Accident Victims  62
Marvin P. Osman, M.D.
Some Memories and Personal Views  85
Silvano Arieti, M.D.
The School Dropout  89
Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Modernity and Death: The Leopard by Giuseppe Di Lampedusa  95
Richard F. Kuhns, Ph.D.
Discussion  119
Miltiades L. Zaphiropoulos, M.D.
Discussion  124
Charles Clay Dahlberg, M.D.
Discussion  126
Frank A. Hale, M.D.
Obesity and Orality  129
Hilde Bruch, M.D.
Views on the Supervisory Situation  145
Ruth Moulton, M.D.
Multiple Dimensions in Supervision  146
Ruth Moulton, M.D.
My Memories of Being Supervised  151
Ruth Moulton, M.D.
Transference, Countertransference, and Identification in Supervision  158
George Bush, Ph.D.
Varied Experiences in Supervision  163
E. Rea Paidoussi, M.D.
A Candidate's Reflections on the Supervisory Process  169
Thomas Beckett, Ph.D.
Dr. Lawrence W. Kaufman  180
Edward M.L. Burchard, Ph.D.
Dr. Sarah R. Kelman  182
Myer Mendelson, M.D.
Mrs. Lloyd Merrill  183
Charles Clay Dahlberg, M.D.
A Decade Later: A Follow-Up of Social Class and Mental Illness: JEROME K. MYERS and LEE L. BEAN, in collaboration with MAX P. PEPPER:  185
Alan L. Grey, Ph.D.
Curanderismo, Mexican-American Folk Psychiatry: ARI KIEV, M.D.:  188
Simone Marshall, Ph.D.
Minority Group Adolescents in the United States: EUGENE B. BRODY, M.D. (ED.):  190
C. N. Taylor, M.D.
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