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Volume 50 (1969)

Editorial  1
Joseph Sandler
Introduction to the Scientific Programme of the 26th Congress of the International Psycho-Analytical Association, Rome—(27 July 1969 to 1 August Inclusive)  3
Jeanne Lampl-De Groot
The Psychopathology of the Psychoses: A Proposed Revision  5
Jacob A. Arlow and Charles Brenner
Narcissistic Object Choice, Self Representation  15
Alan J. Eisnitz
The Non-Transference Relationship in the Psychoanalytic Situation  27
Ralph R. Greenson and Milton Wexler
The Self: A Contribution to its Place in Theory and Technique  41
D. C. Levin
Computer Simulation of a Model of Neurotic Defence Processes  53
U. Moser
The Intrapsychic Process and its Analysis—A Recent Line of Thought and its Current Implications  65
Leo Rangell
Towards a Basic Psychoanalytic Model  79
Joseph Sandler
Introduction to Panel on Child Psychoanalysis—The Separation-Individuation Phase: Direct Observations and Reconstructions in Analysis  91
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
Introduction to Panel on the Use of the Economic Viewpoint in Clinical Psychoanalysis—The Economic Point of View and Defence  95
Seymour L. Lustman
Introduction to Panel on Protest and Revolution  103
Alexander Mitscherlich
Introduction to Panel on Disturbances of Male and Female Identity as Met with in Psychoanalytic Practice  109
Fritz Morgenthaler
Introduction to Panel on Language and Psychoanalysis  113
Victor H. Rosen
Introduction to Panel on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy—The Relationship of Psychoanalysis to Psychotherapy—current Issues  117
Robert S. Wallerstein
Clinical Essay Prize—Revised Conditions  127
Hannah Segal
James Strachey—1887–1967  129
 
Nel Tibout—1899–1968  132
B. Van Dantzig-Van
Editorial Note  133
 
Dr Herman Nunberg: An Appreciation  135
Anna Freud
The Therapeutic Alliance  139
Lawrence Friedman
A Revision of the Psychoanalytic Theory of the Primary Process  155
Pinchas Noy
The Influence of Interpretation Upon Schizophrenic Patients  179
Peter L. Giovacchini
The Cognitive Function of the Ego in Psychoanalysis:—I. the Search for Insight  187
Maurie D. Pressman
Sign Phenomena and their Relationship to Unconscious Meaning  197
Victor H. Rosen
The Mind and the Mind's Image of Itself  209
Richard Wollheim
The Manifest Dream Content and its Significance for the Interpretation of Dreams  221
Jacob Spanjaard
On the Clinical Provision of Frustrations, Recognitions, and Failures in the Analytic Situation—An Essay on Dr Michael Bálint's Researches on the Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique  237
M. Masud R. Khan
Correspondence: Freud's Pseudo-Parapraxis  249
 
Sex and Gender: By Robert J. Stoller. New York: Science House; London: Hogarth Press and Institute of Psychoanalysis. 1968. Pp. xvi + 383.  251
W. H. Gillespie
Psychoanalysis and American Medicine, 1894-1918: Medicine, Science and Culture: By John Chynoweth Burnham. (Psychological Issues, vol. 5, no. 4. Monograph 20.) New York: Int. Univ. Press. 1968. Pp. vi + 250.  254
J. H. Padel
The Subculture of Violence: Towards an Integrated Theory in Criminology: By Marvin E. Wolfgang and Franco Ferracuti. London: Tavistock Publications. 1967. Pp. 387.  256
A. Hyatt Williams
Editorial  259
 
Willi Hoffer—1897–1967  261
 
Robert Waelder—1900–1967  269
Samuel A. Guttman
The Nature of the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis  275
James Strachey
The Development and Problems of the Theory of the Instincts  293
Edward Bibring
Freud and H.D.  309
Norman N. Holland
A Contribution to the Ego-Psychological Critique of the Kleinian School  317
Otto F. Kernberg
A Patient's Gift: Its Meaning and Function  335
Austin Silber
The Cognitive Function of the Ego in Psychoanalysis—Ii: Repression, Incognizance and Insight Formation  343
Maurie D. Pressman
Testicular and Scrotal Masturbation  353
Jules Glenn
Some Considerations about Transference and Countertransference Manifestations Evoked by the Analyst's Pregnancy  363
Ruth F. Lax
The Hysteric's Experience in Psychoanalysis  373
Paul G. Myerson
The Dying Patient  385
Lawrence J. Roose
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: F. C. REDLICH (Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Yale University, 333 Cedar Street, New Haven, Conn. 06511, U.S.A.). Psychoanalyse und soziale Verantwortung (Psychoanalysis and social responsibility)  397
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: P. C. KUIPER (Psychiatric Hospital, University of Amsterdam, Eerste Helmersstr. 104, The Netherlands). Abwehrformen neurotischer Schuldgefühle in der Gegenwart (Currently used defences against neurotic guilt feelings)  397
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: THEODORE LIDZ (Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Yale University, 333 Cedar Street, New Haven, Conn. 06511, U.S.A.). Familie, Sprache und Schizophrenie (Family, language and schizophrenia)  397
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: WOLFGANG LOCH (74 Tübingen, Osianderstr. 22, Germany). Bemerkungen zur Rolle des Sexualtabus (Notes on the role of the taboo of sexuality)  397
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: CLEMENS DE BOOR (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Der Einfluss der Entwicklung der psychoanalytischen Theorie auf die Behandlungstechnik (The development of psychoanalytic theory and its influence on analytic technique)  398
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: HERMANN ARGELANDER (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Der psychoanalytische Befund (Psychoanalytic diagnostics)  398
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: HORST VOGEL (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Psychoanalytische Aspekte der psychodiagnostischen Testuntersuchung (Psychoanalytic aspects of test diagnosis)  398
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: INGRID MATTHES (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Das Selbsterleben von Patienten und die Indikation zur psychoanalytischen Therapie (The indication for psychoanalysis judged from patients' self-experience)  398
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: MARIO MUCK and JANOS PAÁL (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Kriterien der Behandelbarkeit und ihre Feststellung im Vorinterview (Criteria for suitability to psychotherapy and their determination in a pre-interview)  398
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: KLAUS FRANK (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Indikationen zur psychoanalytischen Gruppentherapie (Indications for psychoanalytic group psychotherapy)  399
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: ROLF KLWER (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Probleme und Aufgaben der Katamnese (Problems and aims of follow-up examinations)  399
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: GISELA JOHN (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Zum Problem der Nachuntersuchung von Patienten durch Retests (Follow-up studies by means of retests)  399
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: HELMUT and BRIGITTE THOMÄ (79 Ulm, Steinhövelstr. 9, Germany). Die Rolle der Angehörigen in der psychoanalytischen Technik (The role of the relatives in psychoanalytic technique)  399
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: EUGEN MAHLER (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Zur Frage der Behandlungstechnik bei psychoanalytischer Kurztherapie (Technique of psychoanalytic short-term therapy)  399
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: LUTZ ROSENKÖTTER, CLEMENS DE BOOR, ZOLTAN ERDELY and INGRID MATTHES (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Psychoanalytische Untersuchungen von Patientinnen mit funktioneller Amenorrhoe (Psychoanalytic examinations of patients suffering from functional amenorrhoea)  400
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: ALFRED LORENZER (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Methodologische Probleme der Untersuchung traumatischer Neurosen (Methodological problems of studying traumatic neuroses)  400
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: GERD BIERMANN (Psychosomatic Clinic for Children, University Child Hospital, Munich 15, Pettenkoferstr. 8a, Germany). Symbiotische Mutter-Kind-Beziehungen (Symbiotic mother–child relations)  400
 
Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: KLAUS HORN (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Fragen einer psychoanalytischen Sozialpsychologie (Issues of psychoanalytic social psychology)  401
 
Psyche, 22, No. 12, 1968: HERMANN ARGELANDER (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Gruppenanalyse unter Anwendung des Strukturmodells (The structural model applied to group psychoanalysis)  401
 
Psyche, 23, No. 1, 1969: PAULA HEIMANN (32 Eamont Court, Eamont Street, London N.W.8). Gedanken zum Erkenntnisprozess des Psychoanalytikers (Reflections on the cognitive process of the psychoanalyst)  401
 
Psyche, 23, No. 1, 1969: ERHARD KNZLER (79 Ulm, Steinhövelstr. 9, Germany). Zwei Hypothesen über die Natur der frühkindlichen Sozialbeziehungen (Two hypotheses concerning the nature of early infantile social relations)  401
 
Psyche, 23, No. 1, 1969: LILI FLECK (2 Hamburg 61, Dachsberg 9d, Germany). Die Beurteilung der orgastischen Kapazität der Frau und ihrer Störungen aus psychoanalytischer Sicht (The psychoanalytic assessment of the orgastic capacity of woman and its disturbances)  402
 
Psyche, 23, No. 2, 1969: PAUL PARIN (Utoquai 41, Zürich, Switzerland). Freiheit und Unabhängigkeit: zur Psychoanalyse des politischen Engagements (Freedom and independence: on the psychoanalysis of political commitment)  402
 
Psyche, 23, No. 2, 1969: P. C. KUIPER (Psychiatric Hospital, University of Amsterdam, Eerste Helmersstr. 104, The Netherlands). Zur Metapsychologie von bertragung und Gegenübertragung (On the metapsychology of transference and countertransference)  402
 
Psyche, 23, No. 3, 1969: LUTZ ROSENKÖTTER (Dept of Psychotherapy, University of Ulm, 79 Ulm, Schülinstr. 6, Germany). Die Kriterien der Wissenschaftlichkeit der Psychoanalyse (On the logical status of psychoanalysis)  403
 
Psyche, 23, No. 3, 1969: LILLA VESZY-WAGNER (12 Boynton House, Wellington Road, London N.W.8). Ratatösk: The Role of the Perverted Intellect  403
 
Psychotic Conflict and Reality: By Edith Jacobson. New York: Int. Univ. Press; London: Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis. 1967. Pp. 80.  405
Herbert Rosenfeld
Imagination and Reality: By Charles Rycroft. London: Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis; New York: Int. Univ. Press. 1968. Pp. 143.  408
Janice De Saussure
The Technique and Practice of Psychoanalysis. Volume 1: By Ralph R. Greenson. New York: Int. Univ. Press. 1967; London: Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis.  411
Elizabeth R. Zetzel
Psychosocial Nursing: Studies from the Cassel Hospital: Edited by Elizabeth Barnes. London: Tavistock Publications. 1968. Pp. 316.  412
Enid Balint
The Biology of Dreaming: By Ernest Hartmann. (Boston State Hospital Monograph Series, no. 2.) Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, 1967. Pp. 206.  413
W. H. Gillespie
L'Enfant Arrièré Et Sa Mère: By Maud Mannoni. Paris: Editions du Seuil. 1964. Le premier rendez-vous avec le psychanalyste. By Maud Mannoni. Paris: Gauthier. 1965. L'enfant, sa 'maladie' et les autres. By Maud Mannoni. Paris: Editions du Seuil. 1967.  414
L. Veszy-Wagner
Editorial  417
Joseph Sandler
Some Early Unpublished Letters of Freud  419
 
Trauma and Object Relationship  429
Michael Balint
Training Analysis—Past, Present and Future  437
Therese Benedek
'Hardy Perennials' and Psychoanalysis  447
Marjorie Brierley
Social Climate and Resistance in Psychoanalysis  453
Gustav Bychowski
Irreverent Remarks about the Present and the Future of Psychoanalysis  461
K. R. Eissler
Remarks on the Fiftieth Birthday of the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis  473
Anna Freud
On Imitation  475
Eugenio Gaddini
Present Thoughts on Freud's Theory of Dream Hallucination  485
Ángel Garma
Concepts of Vaginal Orgasm  495
W. H. Gillespie
In Praise of Ourselves  499
Edward Glover
The Origin and Fate of New Ideas in Psychoanalysis  503
Ralph R. Greenson
New Ideas: Conflict and Evolution  517
León Grinberg
Introductory Comments on 'Menschen Kenntnis'  529
Heinz Hartmann
A Critical Review of the Status of the Envy Concept  533
Walter G. Joffe
The Link Between Freud's Works on Aphasia, Fetishism and Constructions in Analysis  547
Maurits Katan
Role of the 'Collated Internal Object' in Perversion-Formations  555
M. Masud R. Khan
Reflections on the Development of Psychoanalysis: Technical Implications in Analytic Treatment  567
Jeanne Lampl-De Groot
On Freud's Theory Formation  573
P. J. Van Der Leeuw
Developments in the Theory of Transference in the Last Fifty Years  583
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
Reflections on the Development of Psychoanalysis in New York from 1925  589
Sandor Lorand
Reflections on the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Knowledge  597
S. Nacht
Choice-Conflict and the Decision-Making Function of the Ego: A Psychoanalytic Contribution to Decision Theory  599
Leo Rangell
The Fifty Thousand Hour Patient  603
Emilio Rodrigué
On the Treatment of Psychotic States by Psychoanalysis: An Historical Approach  615
Herbert Rosenfeld
Notes on Some Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Transference  633
Joseph Sandler, Alex Holder, Maria Kawenoka, Hanna Engl Kennedy and Lily Neurath
Affects and Cognition  647
Max Schur
A Case of Borderline Thought Disorder  655
Harold F. Searles
The Masochistic Contract  665
Victor N. Smirnoff
Psychoanalysis in the Post-Industrial Society  673
John D. Sutherland
Some Remarks on Psychoanalysis in Germany, Past and Present  683
Helmut Thomä
Psychoanalysis and Sociology: Articulations and Applications  693
Robert S. Wallerstein and Neil J. Smelser
The Use of an Object  711
D. W. Winnicott
96 Gloucester Place: Some Personal Recollections  717
Elizabeth R. Zetzel
A 75th Birthday Tribute to Heinz Hartmann  721
Anna Freud
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