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Volume 67 (1986)

Editorial  1
T. T.S. Hayley
Opening Ceremony: 34th IPA Congress, Hamburg, 1985 on Sunday 28 July 1985  3
 
Identification and its Vicissitudes as Observed in the Perversions  9
Mervin Glasser
Identifications, Neoneeds and Neosexualities  19
Joyce McDougall
Identification and its Vicissitudes in the Context of the Nazi Phenomenon  33
F. W. Eickhoff
Identification Processes and Denial in the Shadow of Nazism  45
Hillel Klein and Ilany Kogan
Identification and its Vicissitudes in Relation to the Nazi Phenomenon  53
David Rosenfeld
Identification and its Vicissitudes as Observed in Adolescence  65
Inaura Carneiro Leão
Identification and its Vicissitudes as Observed in Adolescence: Object Loss and Identification  77
Alan B. Zients
The Anna Maenchen Award in Child Psychoanalysis  86
Calvin F. Settlage, M.D., Joseph Afterman, M.D. and Philip M. Spielman, M.D.
The Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, Volume 67, pp. 87-130  87
 
Identification and its Vicissitudes in the Psychoses. The Importance of the Concept of the 'Maddening Object'  133
Jorge E. García
Identification and its Vicissitudes as Observed in Psychosis  147
Otto F. Kernberg
Identification and its Vicissitudes as Observed in Children: A Developmental Approach  161
Selma Kramer
A 3½-Year-Old Boy's Melancholic Identification with an Original Object  173
Edna O'Shaughnessy
Identification in Heal Thy and Pathological Character Formation  181
Martin A. Silverman
Vicissitudes of Identification as Observed in Character Pathology  193
Germano Vollmer Filho
Identification in the Neuroses  201
S. M. Abend and M. S. Porder
Identification and its Vicissitudes, as Observed in the Neuroses  209
Pere Folch Mateu
The Place of Germanic Language and Culture in Freud's Discovery of Psychoanalysis Between 1895 and 1900  219
Didier Anzieu
The Influence of the German-Language Culture on Freud's Thought  227
Ernst A. Ticho
Presidential Address Variations on Some Freudian Themes  235
A. Limentani
Discussion of Papers by Dr McDougall and Dr Glasser: Panel on Identification in the Perversions  245
Jacob A. Arlow
Understanding Matte Blanco  251
Ignacio Matte-Blanco
The Foundations of Psychoanalysis. A Philosophical Critique: By Adolf Grünbaum. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1984. Pp. 312 + xv.  255
Carlo Strenger
Autonomy and Rigid Character: By David Shapiro. New York: Basic Books. 1981. Pp. 179.  261
Eric Lager
On Identification and its Vicissitudes  267
Harold P. Blum
The Psychodynamics of Apocalyptic: Discussion of Papers on Identification and the Nazi Phenomenon  277
Mortimer Ostow
Reflections on Sigmund Freud's Relationship to the German Language and to Some German-Speaking Authors of the Enlightenment  287
Ilse Grubrich-Simitis
Working with Women Survivors of the Holocaust: Affective Experiences in Transference and Countertransference  295
Dinora Pines
Children who Survived the Holocaust—The Role of Rules and Routines in the Development of the Superego  309
Judith S. Kestenberg and Ira Brenner
Two Complementary Cases of Identification Involving 'Third Reich' Fathers  317
Anita Eckstaedt
A Study of the Vicissitudes of Identification in Twins  329
C. Athanassiou
Primal Repression: Clinical and Theoretical Aspects  337
Warren Kinston and Jonathan Cohen
Pregnancy, Developmental Crisis and Object Relations: Psychoanalytic Considerations  357
Eva P. Lester and Malkah T. Notman
Adolescence and Psychosis  367
Moses Laufer
Eugenio Gaddini (1916–1985)  373
A. Limentani
Otto Fenichel  375
Gabriele Gschwendtner
Guttman's 'Deviant Theories'  375
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
The Annual of Psychoanalysis: Volume XI. Edited by the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. New York: International Universities Press. 1983. Pp. 354.  377
Stanley H. Cath
The Nature of the Child: By Jerome Kagan. New York: Basic Books. 1984. Pp. 309.  380
James M. Herzog
Dream-Life. A Re-Examination of the Psycho-Analytical Theory and Technique: By Donald Meltzer. Perthshire: Clunie Press. 1984. Pp. 184.  382
Harold Stewart
Psychoanalysis: The Vital Issues, Volume II: Edited by George H. Pollock and John E. Gedo. New York: International Universities Press. 1984. Pp. 498.  384
Edith McNutt
Psycho-Analysis and Beyond: By Charles Rycroft. Edited and introduced by Peter Fuller. London: Chatto and Windus. 1985. Pp. 301.  388
Jonathan R. Pedder
Resistance, Psychodynamic and Behavioral Approaches: Edited by Paul L. Wachtel. New York/London: Plenum Press. 1982. Pp. 267.  392
Walter T. Davison
Libro Anual De Psicoanálisis 1985  394
 
On Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience: Freud's Attitude to the Localizationist Tradition  397
Mark Solms and Michael Saling
Non-Verbal Behaviour and Body Organ Fantasies. Their Relation to Body Image Formation and Symptomatology  417
Per Roar Anthi
The Ego and the Self in the Thought of Sigmund Freud  429
Donald McIntosh
Some Enuretic Derivatives in an Adult Analysis  449
N. D.F. Browne
The Influence of Historical Events on Psychoanalysis: A Case History  459
Eike Hinze
The Active and Passive Fantasy of Rape as a Specific Determinant in a Case of Acrophobia  467
Abby Adams-Silvan
Suddenly Finding it Really Matters: The Paradox of the Analyst's Non-Attachment  475
Michael Parsons
Positive Projective Identification  489
N. Gregory Hamilton
P. J. Van Der Leeuw (1909–1985)  497
Frans Verhage
Francis McLaughlin, M.D. (1914–1986)  498
Edward M. Weinshel
Becoming a Psychoanalyst  501
Joseph Slap, M.D.
On Learning from the Patient  501
David L. Smith
On Learning from the Patient  502
P. Fonagy, Ph.D.
How Does Self Psychology Differ in Practice?  502
Frederic J. Levine, Ph.D.
How Does Self Psychology Differ in Practice?  505
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
The Revolt of the Middle-Aged Man  507
Daniel S. Jaffe
Evil, Self and Culture: Edited by Marie Coleman-Nelson and Michael Eigen. New York: Human Sciences Press. 1983. Pp. 270.  509
Luis Rodriguez De La Sierra
Hypothesis and Evidence in Psychoanalysis: By Marshall Edelson. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press. 1984. Pp. 175.  510
Edward H. Knight
With the Eyes of the Mind—An Empirical Analysis of Out-Of-Body States: By Glen O. Gabbard and Stuart W. Twemlow. New York: Praeger Publishers. 1984. Pp. 272.  512
Dennis Farrell
Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory: By Jay R. Greenberg and Stephen A. Mitchell. Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England: Harvard University Press. 1983. Pp. 437.  514
Adrienne Applegarth
The Assault on Truth: Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory  517
Charles Hanly
The Borderline Spectrum: By W. W. Meissner. New York and London: Jason Aronson, Inc. 1984. Pp. 499.  519
Robert R. Nunn
Late Adolescence: Psychoanalytic Studies: Edited by D. D. Brockman. New York: International Universities Press. 1984. Pp. 367.  521
Jack Novick
Adolescence and Developmental Breakdown: A Psychoanalytic View: By Moses Laufer and M. Eglé Laufer. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 1984. Pp. 225.  522
Henri Parens
Developmental Theory and Clinical Process: By Fred Pine. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 1985. Pp. 269.  525
Margaret A. Fitzpatrick-Hanly
Pleasure and Frustration: A Resynthesis of Clinical and Theoretical Psychoanalysis: By Leon Wallace. New York: International Universities Press. 1984. Pp. 193.  527
Samuel E. Rubin
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