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Volume 73 (1992)

Race and Transference in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy  1
Dorothy Evans Holmes
Psychopathic, Paranoid and Depressive Transferences  13
Otto F. Kernberg
On the Secret Fantasy of Being an Exception  29
A. Ladan
Matching, Attunement and the Psychoanalytic Dialogue  39
Eric Rayner
Roles Played by Music as Revealed During Countertransference Facilitated Transference Regression  55
L. Bryce Boyer
Paranoid-Schizoid or Symbiotic?  71
Kari Carstairs
Depression and Fixations  87
Paul Denis
Freud's Jocasta and Sophocles' Jocasta: Clinical Implications of the Difference  95
James Naiman
The Refinding of Theory in Clinical Practice  103
Michael Parsons
The Development of the Work Ego in the Beginning Analyst: Thoughts on Identity Formation of the Psychoanalyst  117
S. Rosenbloom
Some Superego Conflicts in the Analyst who has Suffered a Catastrophic Illness  127
Richard Lasky
Concepts of Termination and Post-Termination Patient-Analyst Contact  137
Joseph Schachter
M. Masud R. Khan (1924–1989)  155
A. Limentani
The Freud–Klein Controversies 1941–45: Edited by Pearl King and Riccardo Steiner. London and New York: New Library of Psychoanalysis. Tavistock/Routledge. 1991. Pp. xxvii + 958.  161
William Gillespie
About Children and Children-No-Longer. Collected Papers 1942–1980: By Paula Heimann. Edited by Margret Tonnesmann. New Library of Psychoanalysis. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge. 1989. Pp. ix + 368.  164
Gregorio Kohon
Dream, Phantasy and Art: By Hanna Segal. With a foreword by Betty Joseph. New Library of Psychoanalysis. London & New York: Tavistock/Routledge, 1991. Pp. xiii & 120.  166
Richard Wollheim
Further Learning from the Patient. The Analytic Space and Process: By Patrick Casement. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge. 1990. Pp. 197.  168
Neville Symington
The Goals of Psychoanalysis. Identification, Identity and Supervision.: By León Grinberg. London and New York: Karnac Books. 1990. Pp. 404.  170
Irene Matthis
The Protective Shell in Children and Adults: By Frances Tustin. London: Karnac Books. 1990. Pp. 241.  173
V. Hamilton
The Human Core: The Intrapsychic Base of Behavior: Vols I and II. By Leo Rangell. New York: International Universities Press. 1990. Pp. 959.  177
Pietro Castelnuovo-Tedesco
The Development of the Ego: Implications for Personality Theory, Psychopathology, and the Psychotherapeutic Process: By Stanley I. Greenspan. Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press. 1989. Pp. 380.  179
Fred R. Volkmar
Hysteria from Freud to Lacan: Body and Language in Psychoanalysis: By Monique David-Ménard, translated by Catherine Porter. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press. 1989. Pp. 195.  181
William Robinson
Drive, Ego, Object, and Self: A Synthesis for Clinical Work: By Fred Pine. New York: Basic Books. 1990. Pp. 279.  184
Jeffrey D. Nason
Reflections on Developments in the Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique  189
Joseph Sandler
Psychic Change: Insight or Relationship?  199
Sydney E. Pulver
Psychic Change and its Clinical Evaluation  209
Jorge E. García
Some Changes Observed in a Clinical Case  221
Pablo A. Cuevas
Marc, or the Soldier's Journey. The Elaboration of Passivity as a Factor of Change  227
Alain Gibeault
Psychic Change: Some Perspectives  237
Betty Joseph
Psychic Change: Development in the Theory of Psychoanalytic Techniques—37th IPA Congress Overview  245
Arnold M. Cooper
From Technique to a Theory of Psychic Change  251
Fred Pine
Psychic Change: The Analytic Relationship(S) and Agents of Change  255
Harold P. Blum
Psychoanalytic Contributions to Holocaust Studies  267
Milton E. Jucovy
Does Psychoanalysis Heal? a Contribution to the Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique  283
Robert Caper
Inductive Reasoning in Clinical Psychoanalysis  293
Charles Hanly
Psychic Change in Child Analysis  303
Elizabeth Lima Da Rocha Barros, []
Psychic Change and Developments in the Theory of Technique in Adolescent Analysis: The Handling of Perverse Levels of Transference  313
Pedro J. Boschan
Psychic Change in the Analyst  323
Sara Zac De Filc
Ambiguity as the Route to Shame  329
Silvia Amati Sas
An Anatomical Commentary on the Concept of Infantile Oral Sadism  343
Ruth Freeman and Thomas Freeman
Countertransference: The Analyst's Retreat from the Patient's Vantage Point  349
Evelyne Albrecht Schwaber
The Autistic-Contiguous Position  363
R. Cruz Roche
London Weekend Conference for English-Speaking Members of the European Societies  364
 
Anna Freud Centre  364
 
About Children and Children-No-Longer: Collected Papers of Paula Heimann, 1942–80: Ed. Margret Tonnesmann. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge 1989. Pp. 343 plus bibliography and indices.  365
Robert L. Tyson
Psychoanalytic Theories of Development: By Phyllis Tyson and Robert Tyson. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1990. Pp. 398.  366
Aaron H. Esman
La Babele Dell' Inconscio. Lingua Madre E Lingue Straniere Nella Dimensione Analitica. (The Babel of the Unconscious. Mother Tongue and Foreign Tongues in the Analytic Dimension.): By J. Amati Mehler, S. Argentieri and J. Canestri. Milano: Raffaele Cortina Editore. 1990.  368
Adam Limentani
The Use of the Self. Countertransference and Communication in the Analytic Situation: By Theodore J. Jacobs. Madison: International Universities Press. 1991. Pp. 237.  370
Dale Boesky
The Search for the Self. Selected Writings of Heinz Kohut: 1950–1978 (Vols. I & Ii); 1978–81 (Vols. III & IV): Edited by Paul Ornstein. New York: International Universities Press, Inc. 1978 (Vols. I & II) 1991 (Vols. III & IV). Pp. 969 (Vols. I & II); Pp. 858 (Vols. III & IV).  372
Jule P. Miller, Jr. and Anne H. Miller
Sandor Ferenczi—Reconsidering Active Intervention: By Martin Stanton. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson. 1991. Pp. 226+xv.  377
André Haynal
The Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, Volume 73, pp. 379-412  379
 
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Change  415
Leo Rangell
Interpretation Between Determinism and Hermeneutics: A Restatement of the Problem  429
Jean Laplanche
An Infantile Trauma, a Trauma During Analysis, and their Psychic Connexion  447
Maria V. Bergmann
From Acting out to Words and Meaning  455
Ilany Kogan
Love and Male Impotence  467
Jacqueline Amati Mehler
The Isakower Phenomenon Revisited: A Case Study  481
O. Townsend Dann
Problems in the Psychoanalysis of Certain Narcissistic Disorders  493
Mervin Glasser
The Child And/or the Picture—Motherhood and Creativity: Their Vicissitudes  505
L. Guttieres-Green
The Dialectically Constituted/decentred Subject of Psychoanalysis. I. the Freudian Subject  517
Thomas H. Ogden
Mourning and Erotic Transference  527
Susan Kavaler-Adler
The Countertransference Position and the Countertransference  541
Haydée Faimberg
On the Survival Function of Autistic Manoeuvres in Adult Patients  549
Judith L. Mitrani
Transference and Countertransference—From Deployment Against Feelings of Loss—through Psychotic Regressions—to a Better Capacity to Feel and to Mourn  561
Rena Moses-Hrushovski
John D. Sutherland (1905–1991)  577
Paul O'Farrell
The Wish for a Sex Change  581
Scott L. Carder, M.D.
The Wish for a Sex Change  582
Agnès Oppenheimer
Countertransference  582
Louis W. Sander, M.D.
Cogitations: By Wilfred R. Bion, edited with a foreword by Francesca Bion. London and New York: Karnac Books. 1991. Pp. 406.  585
André Green
Freud's Technique Papers: A Contemporary Perspective: By Steven J. Ellman. Northvale. New Jersey: Jason Aronson. 1991. Pp. 381.  589
Charles Hanly
On the Shoulders of Freud: By Roberto Speziale-Bagliacca, translated by D. E. W. Jones. New Brunswick and London: Transaction. 1991. Pp. 98.  591
Paola Mariotti
Psychotic Anxieties and Containment. A Personal Record of an Analysis with Winnicott: By Margaret I. Little. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. 1990. Pp. 129.  593
Olivier Flournoy
The Work and Play of Winnicott: By Simon Grolnick. Northvale, New Jersey and London: Jason Aronson. 1990. Pp. 222.  594
F. Robert Rodman
The Prisonhouse of Psychoanalysis: By Arnold Goldberg. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press. 1990. Pp. 175.  598
Alan J. Eisnitz
The British Psychological Society the William Inman Prize  600
 
Enclaves and Excursions  603
Edna O'Shaughnessy
The Dialectically Constituted/decentred Subject of Psychoanalysis. II. the Contributions of Klein and Winnicott  613
Thomas H. Ogden
The Psychoanalytic Setting as the Instrument of the Container Function  627
Danielle Quinodoz
The Eros of Dreaming  637
Stanley R. Palombo
The Analyst's Transference Imagery  647
Pierre Doucet
A Fantasy Penis: Its Development, Multiple Meanings and Resolution  661
George A. Awad
Turning Points and Change in Psychoanalysis  675
Tomas Böhm
The Psychoanalytic Experience and Psychic Change  685
Newell Fischer
Some Technical and Theoretical Considerations Regarding the Missed Session  701
Allannah Furlong
About Interpretation of Self-Envy  719
Rafael E. López-Corvo
The Transference: Distortion or Plausible Conjecture?  729
Juan Francisco Jordan
Adolescence and Borderline Pathology: Characteristics of the Relevant Psychoanalytic Process  739
Carlos Alberto Paz and Teresa Olmos De Paz
Psychic Changes in the Paternal Image  757
David Rosenfeld
Robert Stoller (1925–1991)  773
Estelle Shane
M. Masud R. Khan Obituary  774
 
A Moment of Transition: Two Neuroscientific Articles by Sigmund Freud: Translated and edited by Mark Solms and Michael Saling. London: Institute of Psychoanalysis. London and New York: Karnac Books. 1990. Pp. 164.  775
Brian Martindale
What is Effective in Psychoanalytic Therapy: The Move from Interpretation to Relation: By W. W. Meissner. Northvale, NJ, and London: Jason Aronson. 1991. Pp. 217.  778
Stephen L. Post
The Schema in Clinical Psychoanalysis: By Joseph W. Slap and Laura Slap-Shelton. London: The Analytic Press. 1991. Pp. 166.  780
Alan Krohn
Psychic Experience and Problems of Technique: By Harold Stewart. London and New York: Routledge. 1992. Pp. 151.  783
Margaret Arden
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