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Volume 6 (1996)

Issue 1
The Free Associations Interview
Jonathan Pedder talks to Paul Gordon and Robert M. Young  1
Robert M. Young
Features
Psychotherapy in the British National Health Service: a short history  14
Jonathan R. Pedder
The fifth basic assumption  28
W. Gordon Lawrence, Alastair Bain and Laurence J. Gould
Special Feature: Art and Psychoanalysis
Olympia: a study in perversion—a psychoanalytic pictorial analysis of Edouard Manet's painting  56
Jeanne Wolff Bernstein
The image in form  73
Eric Rhode
Otto Dix (Tate Gallery, 11 March-17 May 1992)  81
Robert Snell
Mondrian and his art: a nonpathographic perspective  95
Patricia A. Lipscomb, M.D., Ph.D.
The simple expression of the complex emotion: reflections on the painting of Mark Rothko and Richard Diebenkorn  112
Paul Gordon
Document
Psychotherapists and counsellors for social responsibility  125
Moke Baker, Zack Eleftheriadou, Ken Evans, Heather Formaini, Paul Gordon, Jochen Lude, Katherine Murphy, Susie Orbach, Joanna Ryan, Judy Ryde, Andrew Samuels, John Schlapobersky and John Southgate
Psychodynamic Technique in the Treatment of the Eating Disorders, edited by C. Philip Wilson, M.D., Charles C. Hogan, M.D. and Ira L. Mintz, M.D. Jason Aronson. 1992 425 pages,  129
Em Farrell
When Nietzsche Wept, by Irvin D. Yalom, New York: Basic Books, 1992, 306 pages. $12.00  137
Gary Winship
Jean Laplanche Seduction, Translation, Drives, edited by John Fletcher and Martin Stanton, ICA Documents 11, 1992, 236 pp., £10.95.  142
Chris Oakley
Feminist Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Charlotte Krause Prozan, Jacob Aronson, 1992  147
Jean White
Issue 2
The Free Associations Interview
Nancy J. Chodorow talks to Anthony Elliott  161
Anthony Elliott
Features
Psychoanalysis today: implications for organizational applications  174
Kenneth Eisold
Managing schools: an analytic account of how local education authorities and school governing bodies run schools  192
Clive Eiles
Frantz Fanon: the struggle for inner freedom  205
M. Fakhry Davids
Deconstructing maternal desire  235
Silvia Tubert
The ‘technique-technology’ of brief psychotherapy  258
Eric van Schoor
The ominous in nature  276
Karl Figlio
Self-analysis: some difficulties in psychoanalytic approaches to popular culture  297
Paul Cobley
Adam Phillips, On Flirtation, Faber and Faber, £7.99  310
Anthony Elliott
Issue 3
Features
Analytic reverie and poetic reverie: a comparison  315
Heather Weir
The wellsprings of fascism: individual malice, group hatreds, and the emergence of national narcissism  334
Joseph H. Berke
Bowlby, Fairbairn, and Sutherland: the Scottish connection in psychotherapy  351
Jeremy Holmes
Interpretation of transference in psychoanalytic supervision  379
Howard E. Gorman
Tragic Greek madness: inner shadow versus seeing in the dark  403
Ruth Padel
Primal scene imagery in the tragedy of Othello  428
Eric J. Nuetzel
Science or robbery: the Freud-Klein controversies, 1941-1945  445
Jane Kitto
The Pragmatical Apprentice  461
Larry O'Carroll
Issue 4
Features
Aggression in society and on the couch  477
Michael Šebek
In the yellow room  493
Julia Casterton
The tolerance of artistic intelligence: shaping the unconscious  513
Ken Robinson
What we take for granted  530
Robin Cooper
Cancer journal: emotional triage  551
Barbara Adams
On looking and relating: the films of Wim Wenders  568
Paul Gordon
Analysis uptown  578
Stephen A. Kurtz
The mind-body split and body memory  589
Jan McGregor Hepburn
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