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List of Articles


Volume 59 (1978)

Editorial  1
Joseph Sandler
Congress Double Number  1
 
Address of Welcome, Jerusalem Congress  3
Rafael Moses
Address of Welcome, Jerusalem Congress  5
Erich Gumbel
Plenary Session on 'Affects and the Psychoanalytic Situation'  7
Daniel S. Jaffe and James Naiman
'The Mind as a Stage'. Some Comments on Reminiscence and Internal Objects  19
Pietro Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Reflexions on the Connexions Between Perversion and Sadism  27
Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel
The Professional of Immigrant Descent  37
Giuliana Smolensky De Dellarossa
Some Thoughts on Transference Perversion  45
Ricardo Horacio Etchegoyen
Inner Space: Its Dimensions and its Coordinates  55
James S. Grotstein
The Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, Volume 59, pp. 64-130  64
 
Presidental Address in Honour of the Centenary of the Birth of Karl Abraham  133
Serge Lebovici
Inaugural Lecture for the Sigmund Freud Chair at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem  145
Anna Freud
Instincts and Hostile Affects  149
Charles Hanly
Time and Affects in Borderline Disorders  157
Peter Hartocollis
Some Reflexions on Depressive Affect  165
André Haynal
Time and the Pre-Verbal Transference  173
Susanna Isaacs Elmhirst
A Dream of Freud in the Year 1910  181
Herbert Lehmann
Patients' Reactions to the Death of the Psychoanalyst  189
Ruth Lord, Samuel Ritvo and Albert J. Solnit
Buried Memories on the Acropolis: Freud's Response to Mysticism and Anti-Semitism  199
J. Moussaieff Masson and T. C. Masson
On Working Through the Psychotic Elements in the Analytic Process  209
Mario Pacheco de A. Prado
Notes on the Psychopathology and Psychoanalytic Treatment of Some Borderline Patients  215
Herbert Rosenfeld
Different Types of Anxiety and their Handling in the Analytic Situation  223
Betty Joseph
On Understanding and Treating Anxiety and its Derivatives  229
Leo Rangell
Dialogue on 'Different Types of Anxiety and their Handling in the Psychoanalytic Situation'  237
Eugenio Gaddini and Albrecht Kuchenbuch
The 'Razor's Edge' in Depression and Mourning  245
León Grinberg
Process and Affect: Mourning and Grief  255
George H. Pollock
The Development of Object Relationships and Affects  277
R. Diatkine
On the Development of Object Relationships and Affects  285
Joseph Sandler and Anne-Marie Sandler
Dialogue on 'The Development of Object Relationships and Affects'  297
Adrienne Applegarth and Justin Krent
Symbol Formation  303
Guy Rosolato
On Symbolism  315
Hanna Segal
Colloquium on 'Symbol Formation'  321
W. W. Meissner and Heiman Van Dam
Affective Response of the Analyst to the Patient's Communications  329
Pearl King
Affective Response of the Analyst to the Patient's Communications  335
David Liberman
Colloquium on 'Affective Response of the Analyst to the Patient's Communications'  341
Hernán Davanzo and Jaime Szpilka
The Stimulus Barrier and the Pathogenicity of Trauma  345
Sidney S. Furst
Adult Psychic Trauma: The Question of Early Predisposition and Some Detailed Mechanisms  353
Rafael Moses
Colloquium on 'Trauma'  365
A. E. Geerts and Eero Rechardt
The Ego Ideal of the Psychoanalyst  377
Edward D. Joseph
The Ego Ideal of the Psychoanalyst  387
Daniel Widlöcher
Panel and Open Forum on the Ego Ideal of the Psychoanalyst  391
Peter Dreyfus
Some Reflexions on the Topic of the 30th Congress: 'Affects and the Psychoanalytic Situation'  395
Samuel Abrams and Leonard Shengold
Maurice Bouvet Prize  408
 
Editorial  411
Joseph Sandler
The Disorders of the Self and their Treatment: An Outline  413
Heinz Kohut and Ernest S. Wolf
Some Critical Comments on Psychoanalytic Conceptualizations of Infancy  427
Emanuel Peterfreund
Dreaming and the Organizing Function of the Ego  443
Cecily De Monchaux
Symbolic Processes and Symbol Formation  455
Harold P. Blum
Themes in Dreams: A Brief Contribution to Therapeutic Technique  473
Robert D. Stolorow
Perspectives on Psychoanalytic Training Around the World  477
Robert S. Wallerstein
In Search of a 'Philosophical' Dimension to Reflexions on the Training of Psychoanalysts  505
Evelyne Kestemberg
Report from the 7th Pre-Congress Conference on Training  511
Shelley Orgel
Dialogue on 'Depression and Other Painful Affects'  517
Luis E. Prego-Silva
Grete Lehner Bibring—(1899–1977)  533
Arthur F. Valenstein, Sanford Gifford and Helen H. Tartakoff
The Technique of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Volume I  535
W. W. Meissner
The Bipersonal Field: By Robert Langs. New York: Jason Aronson. 1976. Pp. 468.  537
Merl M. Jackel
Crusaders, Criminals, Crazies: Terror and Terrorism in our Time: By Frederick J. Hacker. New York: W. W. Norton. 1976. Pp. 355.  539
Hans A. Illing
Gustav Mahler and the Courage to be: By David Holbrook. London: Vision Press Ltd. 1975. Pp. 270. 135 musical examples.  540
William Gillespie
31st International Psycho-Analytical Congress, New York, 1979  542
 
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