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Volume 24 (2015)

Issue 1 - Freud in Příbor
EDITORIAL
Evoking Freud's memory: Příbor  1
Valerie Tate Angel and Marco Conci
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Introductory remarks by the issue editors: A story of beginnings and continuities  2
Eva D. Papiasvili and Linda A. Mayers
A word from the symposium chair  8
Harold P. Blum
The opening address of the President of the IPA to the symposium participants  10
Stefano Bolognini
An interview with Stefano Bolognini: The human roots of genius  12
Eva D. Papiasvili
Attachment and separation–individuation: two ways of looking at the mother–infant relationship†  16
Anni Bergman, Inga Blom, Daniella Polyak and Linda Mayers
Paradise lost and trauma mastered: new findings on little Sigmund  22
Václav Buriánek
Multiculturalism, multilingualism, and the birth of psychoanalysis, I: Crosscurrents in fin-de-siècle Central Europe†  29
Martin Mahler
Multiculturalism, multilingualism, and the birth of psychoanalysis, II: symbolic codes of Sigmund's early childhood in Příbor  32
Eva D. Papiasvili
Neurobiological correlates of object relations theory: The relationship between neurobiological and psychodynamic development  38
Otto F. Kernberg
Reconstructing Freud's prototype reconstructions  47
Harold P. Blum
Issue 2 - German Themes in Psychoanalysis. Part Two
EDITORIAL
German themes in psychoanalysis. Part two  57
Marco Conci
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Forum der Psychoanalyse: A journal documenting the “normalization” of the psychoanalytic field in Germany  60
Michael Ermann
From psychic holes to psychic representations  63
Ilany Kogan
Some notes on Freud's concept of conversion  77
Siegfried Zepf
Growth: What reconciliation of conflicts could mean. A lesson from the history of psychoanalysis  88
Michael B. Buchholz
Countertransference as object of empirical research?  96
Horst Kächele, Ingrid Erhardt, Carolina Seybert and Michael B. Buchholz
Remarks on the first century of the International Psychoanalytic Association and a utopian vision of its future  109
Helmut Thomä
Issue 3
EDITORIAL
Landscapes of therapeutic encounter  133
Grigoris Maniadakis
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Transferring and transference  135
Salomon Resnik
Object relational disturbances that may underlie the diagnosis of attention-deficit disorder in adults  143
Robert Waska
Homosexuality as an issue in the psychoanalytic treatment of Lubavitch Chassidim  153
Martin A. Schulman and Ricki S. Kaplan
Milieu therapy for neglected children: Treatment in a caring relationship  162
Lars Rasborg
Revisiting Dr. Rosen: Villain or unjustly-treated innovator?  172
Francisco Balbuena Rivera
An Interview with Arne Jemstedt  182
Christopher Bollas
Issue 4
Editorial
Psychoanalytic dialogues  189
Marco Conci
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Emotional reality: A further contribution to dramatology  191
Henry Zvi Lothane
Boundaries and intimacies: Ethics and the (re)performance of “The Law” in psychoanalysis  204
Barnaby B. Barratt
Trauma and psychosis: A review and framework for psychoanalytic understanding  216
Lewis A. Kirshner
Expressions of vernacular psychoanalysis  225
Ian Miller
The Evolving Nature of Psychoanalytic Supervision: From Pedagogical to Andragogical Perspective  230
C. Edward Watkins, Jr.
“This beastly science…”: On the reception of psychoanalysis by the composers of the Second Viennese School, 1908–1923  243
Alexander Carpenter
BOOK REVIEW
The cut and the building of psychoanalysis, Volume 1: Sigmund Freud and Emma Eckstein  255
Grigoris Maniadakis
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