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Volume 4 (2007)

Issue 1
Editorials
Special Issue on Prejudice and Conflict  1
Stuart W Twemlow, M.D., Henri Parens, M.D., Afaf Mafhouz, Ph.D. and David Scharff, M.D.
Research Articles
Object Relations and Prejudice: From In-group Favoritism to Out-group Hatred  4
Ron B. Aviram, Ph.D.
Elitism in Psychoanalysis in the USA: Narcissistic Defense Against Cumulative Traumas of Prejudice and Exclusion  15
Joann Ponder, Ph.D.
An Object Relations Approach to Studying Prejudice with Specific Reference to Anti-Semitism: the Long-term Use of a Lethal Apocalyptic Projection  31
Clyde Friedman, M.S.W.
The Modern Furies: Projection and Superego Subversion in the Moral Justification of Violence  41
James Poulton, Ph.D.
The Ego-Ideal, Conflict, and the Primacy of the Self: Women and the Cultural Restrictions of Love Object Choice  52
Hanna Turken, NCPsyA, LCSW, B.C.D.
Obstacles to Interracial Unity: Some Psychological and Spiritual Insights  63
Jenina Lepard, LCSW, NCPsyA
Is “War” Essential for Peace? A Methodology for the Psychoanalysis of Conflict and Prejudice  74
Alice Lombardo Maher, M.D.
Putting Anthropology on the Couch: Measuring Unconscious Conformity in the Classroom  84
William Buse
Issue 2
Research Articles
Do Adolescents Compromise Their Identity When Chatting on the Internet?  91
M. Elena Larraín, Beatriz Zegers and Alejandro Trapp
A Streetcar Named Desire and Tennessee Williams' Object-Relational Conflicts  110
W. Scott Griffies, M.D.
The Influence of Culture on Learning of Psychiatry: the Case of Asian-Indian International Medical Graduates  128
Nyapati R. Rao, M.D., M.S.
The Transitional Object in Dementia: Clinical Implications  144
Sheila Loboprabhu, M.D., Victor Molinari and James Lomax
Using Collaborative Poetry in Child Psychotherapy: the Tale of the Terrible Rabbit  170
Henry M. Seiden, Ph.D., ABPP
Issue 3
Editor's Note  185
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Research Editorials
Guest Editorial  187
Ira Brenner, M.D.
Editorials
Commentary on “Mass Hatred in the Muslim and Arab World: The Neglected Problem of Anti-Semitism” by Neil Kressel  191
Nadia Ramzy
Research Articles
Mass Hatred in the Muslim and Arab World: The Neglected Problem of Anti-Semitism  197
Neil J. Kressel
Commentaries
Commentary on “Mass Hatred in the Muslim and Arab World: The Neglected Problem of Anti-Semitism” by Neil Kressel  216
Joseph V. Montville
Commentary on “Mass Hatred in the Muslim and Arab World: The Neglected Problem of Anti-Semitism” by Neil Kresse  221
Mortimer Ostow
Contextualizing Anti-Semitism in Islam: Chosenness, Choosing, and the Emergence of New Religion  235
Reuven Firestone
In Focus
Understanding Terrorrism and What We Can Do about It: A Conversation with Lord John Alderdice, Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly and International Commissioner for the International Monitoring Commission†  255
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D., Lord John Alderdice and Ira Brenner, M.D.
Understanding Terrorism and What We Can Do about it: A Continuing Conversation with Lord John Alderdice, (Former) Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly and International Commissioner for the International Monitoring Commission†  277
Chair Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D., Presenter Lord John Alderdice, M.D. and Reporter Stephen Portuges, Ph.D.
The Application of Psychoanalytic Thinking to Social Problems: Analytic Perspectives on the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict†  286
George A Awad, M.D., Carlo Strenger, Ph.D., Stephen Portuges, Ph.D. and Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Scared Stiff: Trauma, Ideology, and the Bystander†  295
Nancy Caro Hollander
Intergenerational and Transgenerational Transmission of Hatred and Violence: Some Psychoanalytic Comments for the Prevention and Amelioration of Hatred and Violence in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict†  308
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Book Review and Commentary
Editor's Introduction  310
Salman Akhtar, M.D.
Book Reviews
Terrorism and War: Unconscious Dynamics of Political Violence By Coline Covington, Paul Williams, Jean Arundale, Jean Knox London: Karnac Books, 2002.  312
James M. Youakim, M.D.
Terrorism and The Psychoanalytic Space: Perspectives from Ground Zero Edited by Joseph A Cancelmo, Isaac Tylim, Joan Hoffenberh, and Hattie Myers New York, NY: Pace University Press, 2003, 174 pp., $30.00. ISBN 0 944473 63 6  315
Robert F McFadden, M.D.
Issue 4
Other Papers
Evidence for the Ecological Self: English-speaking Migrants' Residual Links to their Homeland  319
Catherine Ward and Irene Styles
Main Papers
Familism and Mental Health: Variation between Asian American Children of Refugees and Immigrants  333
Yu-Wen Ying and Meekyung Han
Research Articles
The Algorithmically Structured Systematic Exploration of Subject's State of Mind. I. Development of a New Interview  349
Serge StoléRu and Marie-NoëLle Le Mer
The Algorithmically Structured Systematic Exploration of Subject's State of Mind: II Reliability and Construct Validity  371
Marie-NoëLle Le Mer and Serge StoléRu
Miscellaneous
Acknowledgement to Reviewers  397
 
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