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List of Articles

Volume 85 (2004)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Glen O. Gabbard and Paul Williams
Reorganisational and educational demands of psychoanalytic training today: Our long and marasmic night of one century  3
César Garza-Guerrero and Eglé Laufer
Rejoinder: With reference also to Garza-Guerrero (2002)  13
Eglé Laufer
Response  18
César Garza-Guerrero
Institutional responses to boundary violations: The case of Masud Khan  27
Anne-Marie Sandler and Wynne Godley
Commentary  42
Wynne Godley
Accessing the multitude within: A psychoanalytic perspective on the transformation of masculinity at mid-life  45
Michael J. Diamond
A psychoanalytical phenomenology of perversion  65
Juan Pablo Jiménez
Links between grievance, complaint and different forms of entitlement  83
Sally Weintrobe
Hans Loewald: A radical conservative  97
Joel Whitebook
Some psychoanalytic viewpoints on neuropsychiatric disorders in children  117
Björn Salomonsson
Psychoanalytic attitudes towards homosexuality: An empirical research  137
Vittorio Lingiardi and Paola Capozzi
The early history of lay analysis, especially in Vienna Berlin and London: Aspects of an unfolding controversy (1906-24),  159
Michael Schröter
Between the basic fault and second skin  179
Roger Willoughby
On: ‘The repression and the return of bad objects’ W.R.D. Fairbairn and the historical roots of theory  197
Paul O'farrell
Response to Dr O'Farrell  197
Hilary J. Beattie
On: Miscarriages of psychoanalytic treatment with suicidal patients  198
Evelyne Albrecht Schwaber
On: Verdi's Rigoletto: The dialectic interplay of the psychic positions in seemingly ‘mindless’ violence  199
Antonio Carlos Pacheco E Silva Filho
Response to Dr Pacheco e Silva  200
Moshe Bergstein
On: The idea of a moral philosophy: The impact of psychoanalysis on philosophy in Britain  201
Jeremy Holmes
Response to Dr Holmes  203
Jonathan Lear
Announcement  203
Paul Williams and Glen O. Gabbard
Enrico Edison Jones (1947-2003)  205
Dorothy E. Holmes
Stanley Kubrick's swan song: Eyes wide shut  209
Stanley Kubrick and Riccardo Lombardi
Treating attachment disorders: From theory to therapy By Karl Heinz Brisch (Translated by Kenneth Kronenberg) New York: The Guilford Press. 2002. 294 pp.  219
Janice Halpern
Metaphor and the psychodynamic functions of the mind By Henrik Enckell Kuopio: Kuopio Univ. Publications. D. Medical Sciences 265. 2002. 313 pp.  222
Judy Gammelgaard
La figurabilité psychique [Psychic flgurability] By César and Sára Botella Lausanne-Paris: Delachaux et Niestlé. 2001. 261 pp.  225
Nathalie Zilkha
Mit Freud über Freud hinaus. Ausgewählte Vorlesungen zur Psychoanalyse [With Freud and beyond Freud: Selected lectures on psychoanalysis] By Wolfgang Loch Revised and edited by Josef Dantlgraber and Werner Damson Tübingen: Edition Diskord. 2001. 143 pp.  229
Hannsjörg von Freytag-Loringhoven
Själen som vägrade krympa. Essäer i judiske ämnen [The soul that refused to shrink. Essays on Jewish topics] By Mikael Enckell Stockholm: Carlssons. 2002. 223 pp.  232
Henning Paikin
Mental survival strategies after extreme traumatisation By Sverre Varvin Copenhagen: Multipress. 2003. 445 pp.  236
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
The Third Reich in the unconscious: Transgenerational transmission and its consequences Edited by Vamik D. Volkan, Gabriele Ast and William F. Greer, Jr. New York, London: Brunner-Routledge. 2003. 224 pp.  243
Earl Hopper
Learning from mistakes: Beyond dogma in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy By Patrick Casement New York, London: Guilford Press. 2002. 150 pp.  247
Anthony Bass
Issue 2
Two sessions with Lawrence  253
Neville Symington, Jorge L. Ahumada and Bjørn Killingmo
Musings on Neville Symington's clinical presentation  262
Jorge L. Ahumada
Commentary: Ready for departure?  264
Bjørn Killingmo
Gaze, dominance and humiliation in the Schreber case  269
John Steiner
An introduction to the reading of Bion  285
Thomas H. Ogden
A risk of confidentiality  301
Arnold Goldberg
The psychodynamic of panic attacks: A useful integration of psychoanalysis and neuroscience  311
Franco De Masi
Intrapsychic-Interpsychic  337
Stefano Bolognini
The shaping of masculinity: Revisioning boys turning away from their mothers to construct male gender identity  359
Michael J. Diamond
The conceptualisation of the psychical in psychoanalysis  381
Gunnar Karlsson
Envy: One or many?  401
Eduardo Laverde-Rubio
Chaotic possibilities: Toward a new model of development  419
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy
What happens in a psychoanalysis: A view through the lens of the analytic process scales (APS)  443
Sherwood Waldron, Robert D. Scharf, David Hurst, Stephen K. Firestein and Anna Burton
What can we learn from psychoanalysis and prospective studies about chemically dependent patients?  467
Sérgio De Paula Ramos
Sándor, Gizella, Elma: A biographical journey  489
Emanuel Berman
On: Homosexuality: Coming out of the confusion  521
Richard C. Friedman and Jennifer I. Downey
Reply to Drs Friedman and Downey  523
Sidney H. Phillips
On: Countertransference and transference in ‘Two sessions with Catherine’  524
Cecilio Paniagua
Reply to Dr Paniagua  526
Arnold Goldberg
On: Transition to young adulthood: A prospective study  527
Manuela Fleming
Response to Dr Fleming  528
Nathan Szajnberg
On: Review of Psychoanalysis, identity and ideology: Critical essays on the Israel/Palestine case  529
Emanuel Berman
Ernst L. Freud (1892-1970), architect in Berlin and London  530
Volker M. Welter
On: Hans Loewald: A radical conservative  530
Lewis Aron
Richard Wollheim (1923-2003)  533
Betty Joseph
Commitment and compassion in psychoanalysis: Selected papers of Edward M. Weinshel Edited by Robert Wallerstein Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. 2003. 384 pp.  535
Dale Boesky
Transference: Shibboleth or Albatross? By Joseph Schachter Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. 2002. 267 pp.  539
Gail S. Reed
Dreams and drama: Psychoanalytic criticism, creativity and the artist by Alan Roland Middletown, CT: Wesleyan Univ. Press. 2002. 151 pp.  542
Susan Kolodny
“Forschen und Heilen” in der Psychoanalyse Ergebnisse und Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis: [‘Research and healing’ in psychoanalysis. Results and reports from research and practice] By Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Bernhard Rüger, Ulrich Stuhr and Manfred Beutel Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. 2002. 311 pp.  545
Andreas Hamburger and Wolfgang Mertens
Mirror to nature: Drama, psychoanalysis and society By Margaret Rustin and Michael Rustin London: Karnac Books. 2002. 289 pp.  549
Andreas Giannakoulas
The importance of sibling relationships in psychoanalysis By Prophecy Coles London: Karnac. 2003. 97 pp + references, index.  557
Juliet Mitchell
Freud—Fragments d'une histoire [Freud—Fragments of a history] by Alain de Mijolla Paris: Presses Univ. France. 2003. 382 pp.  561
Marie-Françoise Guittard-Maury
Funzione analitica e mente primitiva [Analytic function and primitive mind] By Giovanni Hautmann Pisa: Edizioni ETS. 2002, 370 pp.  563
Carla De Toffoli
Issue 3
A missing link in psychoanalytic technique: Psychoanalytic consciousness  567
Fred Busch
Rejoinder  572
Betty Joseph
Response  575
Fred Busch
Sympathy reconfigured: Some reflections on sympathy, empathy and the discovery of values  579
David M. Black
Psychoanalytic process and thought: Convergence of Bion and Matte-Blanco  597
Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak
Beyond illusion: Psychoanalysis and the question of religious truth  615
Rachel B. Blass
The analyst's theory: A third source of countertransference  635
Stephen D. Purcell
The descent into suicide  653
John T. Maltsberger
Refusing the cure: Sophocles's Philoctetes and the clinical problems of self-injurious spite, shame and forgiveness  669
Richard M. Gottlieb
Writing about patients III: Comparisons of attitudes and practices of analysts residing outside and within the USA  691
Judy L. Kantrowitz
The art of imitation: Wilhelm Stekel's Lehrjahre  713
Jaap Bos and Leendert Groenendijk
Elements of the Oedipus complex: A Kleinian account  731
Richard Rusbridger
On: Reorganisational and educational demands of psychoanalytic training today  749
Andrew Cooper
Response to Andrew Cooper  750
Eglé Laufer
On: Institutional responses to boundary violations: The case of Masud Khan  752
Jonathan A. Cohen
On: What happens in a psychoanalysis? A view through the lens of the analytic process scales (APS)  754
Joseph Schachter
Music and trauma in Polanski's The pianist  755
Alexander Stein
Freud messo a fuoco [Freud in focus] Roberto Speziale-Bagliacca Torino: Bollati Boringhieri. 2002. 312 pp.  767
Antonino Ferro
Barn under Förintelsen—då och nu. Affekter och minnesbilder efter extrem traumatisering [Children in the Holocaust—Now and then. Affects and memory images after extreme traumatisation] By Suzanne Kaplan Stockholm: Natur och Kultur. 2003. 409 pp.  772
Bernadette Buhl-Nielsen
Bad feelings By Roy Schafer New York: Other Press. 2003. 164 pp.  776
Charles J. Spezzano
L'illusione: Una certezza [Illusion: A certainty] By Anteo Saraval Milan: Cortina. 2003. 100 pp.  779
Pia De Silvestris
Stati caotici della mente. Psicosi, disturbi borderline, disturbi psicosomatici, dipendenze [Chaotic states of the mind. Psychosis, borderline disorders, psychosomatic disorders, dependencies] Edited by Luigi Rinaldi Milan: Cortina. 2003. 350 pp.  783
Adamo Vergine
Sexuality, intimacy, power by Muriel Dimen Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. 2003. 336 pp.  786
Margaret Crastnopol
Sex, death, and the superego. Experiences in psychoanalysis BY Ronald Britton London, New York: Karnac Books. 2003. 196 pp.  790
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
The analyst's analyst within By Lora Heims Tessman Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. 2003. 372 pp.  794
Barbara Stimmel
Issue 4
Miss A  807
Peter Fonagy, Paul Denis and Irwin Z. Hoffman
Commentary 1  814
Paul Denis
Commentary 2  817
Irwin Z. Hoffman
Fabricated bodies: A model for the somatic false self  823
Peter Goldberg
Primal seduction, matricial space and asymmetry in the psychoanalytic encounter  841
Viviane Chetrit-Vatine
This art of psychoanalysis: Dreaming undreamt dreams and interrupted cries  857
Thomas H. Ogden
Analyzing forms of superego functioning as mentalizations  879
Marc-André Bouchard and Serge Lecours
The concept of psychical trauma: A bridge in interdisciplinary space  897
Juan Carlos Tutté
Ernst Kris and the art of the mentally ill  923
AAron H. Esman
Negative capability and truth in Borges's ‘Emma Zunz’  935
Beatriz Priel
Heart and spirit: Research with psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists about spirituality  951
Janette Graetz Simmonds
What has happened to the body in psychoanalysis  973
Cecilio Paniagua and Moderator Erika Hartmann
Theoretical approach to somatic conditions: Work at the frontiers or psychoanalytical work?  977
Patricia Aisemberg and Moderator Marilia Aisenstein
Trauma, terrorism: Man's inhumanity to man  983
Susan S. Elmendorf and Moderator Ronald Ruskin
Multiple approaches: Case presentation (history, treatment report and follow-up)  987
Roberto Basile and Moderator David Tuckett
Psychoanalytic and cognitive approaches to a clinical case  991
Julieta Holman and Moderator Hugo Bleichmar
Psychoanalysis and jazz  995
Moderator Bruce Boyd Raeburn
On: Hans Loewald: A radical conservative  999
Arnold M. Cooper
Response to Arnold Cooper and Lewis Aron  1000
Joel Whitebook
On: Two sessions with Lawrence  1002
Jonathan Koblenzer
Response to Dr Koblenzer  1003
Jorge L. Ahumada
Responses to Dr Koblenzer and to Drs Ahumada and Killingmo  1005
Neville Symington
On intolerance to the object's goodness. A response to Dr Symington  1005
Jorge L. Ahumada
On: Chaotic possibilities: Toward a new model of development  1007
Joseph Schachter
On: Chaotic possibilities: Toward a new model of development  1009
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
Response to Drs Quinodoz and Schachter  1010
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy
Response to Dr Schachter (2004)  1012
Sherwood Waldron
On psychoanalytic education  1013
Imre Szecsödy
Theo Angelopoulos, a man against frontiers: Ulysses's gaze  1017
Director Theo Angelopoulos and Antoine Corel
Infecting the treatment: Being an HIV-positive analyst Gilbert Cole Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. 2002. 232 pp.  1023
Joyce P. Lindenbaum
Sexual orientation and psychoanalysis: Sexual science and clinical practice R.C. Friedman, Jennifer I. Downey New York, NY: Columbia Univ. Press. 2000. 352 pp.  1026
Christina Sekaer
Alberto Giacometti: Myth, magic, and the man By Laurie Wilson New Haven, CT; London: Yale University Press. 2003. 372 pp.  1031
Ellen Handler Spitz
Il lavoro clinico. Nuovi seminari di São Paulo e Riberão Preto [Clinical work. New São Paulo and Riberão Preto seminars] By Antonino Ferro Milan: Cortina. 2003. 127 pp.  1036
Laura Ambrosiano
Trascrivere l'inconscio. Problemi attuali della clinica e della tecnica psicoanalitica [Transcribing the unconscious. Current problems in psychoanalytical practice and technique] Edited by Adamo Vergine. Milan: Angeli. 2002. 131 pp.  1039
Roberta Di Lascio
In-fine. Saggio sulla conclusione dell'analisi [In the end. Essay on the ending of analysis] By Fausta Ferraro and Alessandro Garella Roma: Franco Angeli, 2001, Pp. 207.  1042
Livia Tabanelli
The dictionary of the work of W. R. Bion by Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo London: Karnac. 2003. 327 pp.  1044
Joan Symington
Siblings: Sex and violence By Juliet Mitchell Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. 2004. 252 pp.  1049
Marina Perris-Myttas
Issue 5
Intersubjectivity in psychoanalysis  1053
Owen Renik
Comments on Owen Renik  1057
Elizabeth Bott Spillius
Reply to Elizabeth Bott Spillius  1061
Owen Renik
Narcissistic configurations: Violence and its absence in treatment  1065
Rosine Jozef Perelberg
The seventh servant: The implications of a truth drive in Bion's theory of ‘O’  1081
James S. Grotstein
Transformations of early infantile experiences: A 6-month-old in psychoanalysis  1103
Johan Norman
Reflections on Bion's ‘elements of psychoanalysis’ Experience, thought and growth  1123
Christian Godbout
At-one-ment, intuition and ‘suchness’  1137
Leandro Stitzman
Another language, another place: To hide or be found?  1157
Giuseppina Antinucci
The cause is worse: Remeeting Jocasta  1175
Barbara Stimmel
‘This is not psychoanalysis’ On the stony way of the Danish Psychoanalytical Society  1191
Gudrun Bodin
The psychopathology of everyday Vienna: Psychoanalysis and Freud's familiars  1209
Jay Geller
Truth  1225
Donald Davidson†
Psychoanalytic treatments of schizophrenic patients  1231
Ira Brenner and Moderator Vamik Volkan
The breast in female sexuality  1235
Moderator Bernd Nissen and Eva Kohout
The frontiers of psychopathology: New cultures, new patients?  1239
Richard F. Summers and Moderator Elizabeth Auchincloss
Beyond the limits: Historical perspectives on boundary violations in psychoanalytic treatment  1243
Gilles Burnat and Moderator Louise De Urtubey
Working with psychotic and non-psychotic patients in situations of terror and military dictatorships  1247
Ilany Kogan and Moderator Aleksandar Vuco
Freudian and Lacanian approaches to the clinical case: Listening, interpretation, transference and countertransference  1251
Mardy S. Ireland and Moderator Daniel Widlöcher
Contrasting clinical techniques: A British Kleinian, contemporary Freudian and Latin American Kleinian discuss clinical material  1257
Louise Carignan and Moderator David Iseman
How is trauma transmitted?  1261
Eva Kohout and Moderator Elisabeth Brainin
The Middle East crisis: Psychoanalytic reflections  1265
Helen Silverman and Moderator Jeffrey Parger
Multiple approaches to a single case: Conclusions Psychic change: What and how?  1269
Arnold Wilson and Moderator Robert Wallerstein
On: Writing about patients III  1273
Laurie Slade
Response to Dr Slade  1274
Judy L. Kantrowitz
On: Dream actors in the theatre of memory: Their role in the psychoanalytic process  1275
Fred M. Levin
Response to Dr Levin  1277
Mauro Mancia
Telling it and passing it on, rendering and remembering: On turning suffering into history—Conspiracy  1279
Kenneth Branaugh and Donald B. Moss
Les balafrés du divan. Essai sur les symbolisations plurielles [Casualties of the couch. A study of composite symbol-formations] By Jean-José Baranes Le fil rouge [The connecting thread] series. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. 2003. 288 pp.  1287
Sabina Lambertucci-Mann
Epistemología y psicoanálisis [Epistemology and psychoanalysis] by Gregorio Klimovsky Buenos Aires: Biebel. 2004. Vol. I: 313 pp; Vol. II: 316 pp.  1291
R. Horacio Etchegoyen
Psychotherapeutische Erstinterviews mit Kindern Winnicotts Squiggletechnik in der Praxis [Psychotherapeutic first interviews with children. Winnicott's squiggle technique in practice] by Michael Günter Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.. 2003. 252 pp.  1297
Dieter Bürgin
In pursuit of psychic change: The Betty Joseph workshop Edited by Edith Hargreaves and Arturo Varchevker New Library Series (Editor: Susan Budd). London: Brunner-Routledge and Institute of Psychoanalysis. 2004. 206 pp.  1299
Bob Hinshelwood
Gleichschwebende Aufmerksamkeit und Modellbildung Eine qualitativ-systematische Einzelfallstudie zum Erkenntnisprozess des Psychoanalytikers [Evenly suspended attention and model-formation. A qualitative systematic case study of the psychoanalyst's cognitive process] by Hartmuth König Ulm: Ulmer Textbank. 2000. 529 pp.  1303
Joachim F. Danckwardt
,,… als käm ich heim zu Vater und Schwester.“Lou Andreas-Salome-Anna Freud Briefwechsel (1919-1936) [‘As if I were coming home to my father and sister.’ The Lou Andreas-Salomé-Anna Freud correspondence (1919-36)] Edited by Daria A. Rothe, Inger Weber Göttingen: Wallstein. 2003. Vol. 2: 907 pp;  1306
Christina Gesser-Werning
Issue 6
The case of Mr B  1311
Theodore J. Jacobs
Commentary 1  1321
Jorge Luis Maldonado
Commentary 2  1327
Johann Michael Rotmann
Incorporation of an invasive object  1333
Paul Williams
On holding and containing, being and dreaming  1349
Thomas H. Ogden
Between the confusion of tongues and the gift of tongues: Or working as a psychoanalyst in a foreign language  1365
Juan Pablo Jiménez
Making conscious the unconscious in order to modify unconscious processing: Some mechanisms of therapeutic change  1379
Hugo Bleichmar
A transitory homosexual passion in the course of an analytic treatment  1401
Chistian Delourmel
Semiotic aspects of the countertransference: Some observations on the concepts of the ‘immediate object’ and the ‘interpretant’ in the work of Charles S. Peirce  1423
Lutz Goetzmann and Kyrill Schwegler
Belief, hope and faith  1439
Luis Claudio Figueiredo
Linguistic styles and complementarities in analyzing character  1455
Daniela Wiethaeuper, Marc-André Bouchard and Steven Rosenbloom
What does conceptual research have to offer?  1477
Moderator Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
Language and affects in the analytic practice  1479
Laura Etchegoyen and Moderator Jacqueline Amati Mehler
On analytic listening  1485
Patrick Miller and Moderator Marilia Aisenstein
Is free association still at the core of psychoanalysis?  1489
Moderator Axel Hoffer and Virginia R. Youngren
Pursuit of the emerging dialogue between psychoanalysis and neuroscience: Clinical and research perspectives  1493
Moderator Manfred E. Beutel, Sylvia Dietrich, Rudolf Stark, Gary Brendel and David Silbersweig
Theoretical and technical approaches to the clinical case: Advantages and disadvantages of present-day pluralism  1497
Alan D. Felix and Moderator Salman Akhtar
Conceptual frontiers: Representation and object relations  1501
Neal Vorus and Moderator Arnold Wilson
The plays of Tennessee Williams: A psychoanalytic view  1505
Moderator Molly Anne Rothenberg
On: What can we learn from psychoanalysis and prospective studies about chemically dependent patients?  1507
Lance M. Dodes
Reply to Dr Dodes  1508
Sérgio De Paula Ramos
On: Miss A  1509
Harry T. Hardin and Daniel H. Hardin
Miss A  1511
Glen O. Gabbard and Paul Williams
Jacob A. Arlow (1912-2004)  1513
Arnold D. Richards and Sheldon M. Goodman
Dogville: A parable on perversion  1519
Lars Von Trier, Adela Abella and Nathalie Zilkha
Escritos clínicos sobre perversiones y adicciones [Clinical essays on perversions and addictions] Edited by Rodolfo Moguillansky Buenos Aires: Lumen. 2002. 374 pp.  1527
Gloria Gitaroff
The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life by Daniel N. Stern New York: Norton. 2004. 283 pp.  1530
Robert N. Emde
Sándor Ferenczi: El mejor discípulo de Freud [Sándor Ferenczi: Freud's best disciple] by Antoni Talarn Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva. 2003. 380 pp.  1534
Neri Daurella
Blind trust: Large groups and their leaders in times of crisis and terror by Vamik Volkan Charlottesville, VA: Pitchstone Publishing. 2004. 368 pp.  1539
Neil J. Smelser
Sigmund Freud-Max Eitingon, Briefwechsel 1906-1939 [Freud-Eitingon correspondence, 1906-1939], Vols 1 and 2 Edited by Michael Schröter Tübingen: Diskord. 2004. 1049 pp.  1543
Ernst Falzeder
The texture of treatment: On the matter of psychoanalytic technique By Herbert J. Schlesinger Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press 2003 404 pp.  1546
Lawrence Friedman
Family romance, family secrets: Case notes from an American psychoanalysis, 1912 By Elizabeth Lunbeck and Bennett Simon New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 2003. 352 pp.  1551
Alan Krohn
Hate and love in psychoanalytic institutions. The dilemma of a profession By Jurgen Reeder New York: Other Press LLC. 2004. 320 pp.  1554
Imre Szecsödy
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