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Volume 2 (1993)

Issue 1 - Confomity and Oposition in Psychoanalytic Training
Editorial  1
Christer Sjödin, M.D.
Declaration of the German Psychoanalytical Society (Deutsche Psychoanalytische Gesellschaft DPG) on Violence, Hatred of Foreigners and Racism  7
 
Letter to the Editor  8
E. Regehr
Individuality, Conformity and Collective Identity  9
Alan Grey, Ph.D.
The Subversive Mission of Psychoanalysis  13
Carolyn C. Grey, Ph.D.
Conformity with basic technical rules does not lead to conformistic content in the psychoanalytical process (Discussion)  18
Bengt Warren, MSC
Replies to Bengt Warren  22
Carolyn C. Grey, Ph.D.
Woman's Social Status as a Reflection of the Internal Relationship to Mother and Father in Both Sexes  24
Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel, Ph.D.
Some psychoanalytical experiences with the new fertility techniques  31
Bien Filet, Drs
The Training of Psychoanalysts and the Analyst's Sense of Responsibility  37
Michael Ermann, M.D.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  44
Jan Stensson
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  44
Romulo Aguillaume, M.D.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  46
José Durval Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, M.A.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  48
Joan T. Freyberg, Ph.D.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  51
Kari K. Holm, Ph.D.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  52
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts  55
Virginia Giliberti Tincolini, M.D.
Stewart, Harold: Psychic Experience and Problems of Technique: London: Tavistock/Routledge. 1992.  57
Ludvig Igra, MSC
Edelman Gerald M.: Bright Air, Brilliant Fire. On the Matter of Mind: New York: Basic Books, 1992. pp 280. Price $25. ISBN 0-465-05245-2.  60
Hugo Lagercrantz, M.D., Ph.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  62
Heimo Salminen and Alicia Brackman, C.S.W.
Issue 2
Editorial  65
Valerie Tate Angel, M.S.W.
Sexual Identity, Trauma and Creativity  69
Joyce McDougall, De.D
Errors and Innovations: An Exchange  80
Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D. and Donald Holden
From Transfer to Transference, or: Let us not Forget Laios When We Recognize Oedipus  90
Martti Siirala, M.D.
Differences in Gender Behaviour of Psychotic Patients in the Therapeutic Process  102
Gaetano Benedetti, M.D.
Social Criticism in the Interpretational Process  109
Horst Petri, M.D.
Social Criticism in the Process of Interpretation (Discussion)  115
Jürgen Körner, D.P.G., D.G.P.T.
Bregman Ehrenberg D. The Intimate Edge. Extending the Reach of Psychoanalytic Interaction.: New York and London: W.W. Norton 1992.  120
Margaret Arden, M.B.
Benedetti G. Den själssjuke som medmänniska.: Ludvika: Dualis Förlag AB, 1992. ISBN 91-87852-09-8.  122
Staffan Lindén, M.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  125
Teresa Corsi Piacentini and Monica Andersson
Issue 3 - Trauma Phantasy
Editorial: What does the Analyst Know?  127
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Schreber's Feminine Identification: Paranoid Illness or Profound Insight?  131
Zvi Lothane, M.D.
An Alternative Reading of Winnicott: The Piggle—A Sexually Abused Girl?  139
Lena Teurnell, B.A
A Comment on Teurnell's “The Piggle—a Sexually Abused Girl?”  145
Arne Jemstedt, M.D.
Thoughts on the Healing Process  149
Margaret Arden, M.B.
Psychoanalytic Models. Paradigms and Paradoxes  155
Paul V. Trad, M.D.
Comments on the History of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies  168
Gerard Chrzanowski, M.D.
Male and Female Internal Images in a Case of Frigidity  171
Virginia Giliberti Tincolini, M.D.
Male and Female Images in a Case of Frigidity (Discussion)  181
Sandra Buechler, Ph.D.
An Interpersonal Psychoanalytic (Sullivanian) Perspective: Frigidity or Intimacy? (Discussion)  183
Ira Moses, Ph.D.
Reply to Sandra Buechler and Ira Moses by Dr Giliberti  187
Virginia Giliberti Tincolini, M.D.
Lothane Zvi: In Defence of Schreber. Soul Murder and Psychiatry: The Analytic Press, London, 1992.  189
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Levenson Edgar A. The Purloined Self. Interpersonal Perspectives in Psychoanalysis: New York: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Books, 1991.  193
Marco Conci, M.D.
Reports and Brief Communications  197
Heimo Salminen
Issue 4 - Sleeping and Dreaming
Editorial  199
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Sleeping and Dreaming  203
Jan Stensson, Ph.D.
Of Sleep and Dream: A Psychoanalytic Essay  204
Joyce McDougall, D.Ed.
Of “Sleep and Dream: A Psychoanalytic Essay” by Joyce McDougall (Discussion)  219
Montague Ullman, M.D.
Emergency Interventions and Direct Interventions in Psychotic Crises during Psychotherapy  226
G. Benedetti, M.D., P. M. Furlan and M. Peciccia
On Narcissism, Aggressivity and Anti-Semitism  237
B. Grunberger, M.D.
Contemporary Psychoanalytical Identity and its Roots in the History of Science  242
Hannes Friedrich, M.D.
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