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Volume 91 (2010)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Dana Birksted-Breen and Bob Micheles
Letter from London  5
Julia Fabricius
Psychoanalytic Controversies
How does Psychoanalytic Practice Differ from Psychotherapy? The Implications of the Difference for the Development of Psychoanalytic Training and Practice: An Introduction to “Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy”  15
Rachel B. Blass
Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy  23
Fred Busch
Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy  35
Horst Kächele
Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy  45
Daniel Widlöcher
Discussion: Fred Busch's Response to H. Kächele D. Widlöcher  51
Fred Busch
Horst Kächele's Response to F. Busch and D. Widlöcher  55
Horst Kächele
Daniel Wildlöcher's Response to F. Busch and H. Kächele  59
Daniel Widlöcher
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
An Interruption in Unconscious Communication in the Analytic Couple  63
Hilda María Feuerhake and Marta Lebrero
Affirming ‘That's not Psycho-Analysis!’ On the value of the Politically Incorrect Act of Attempting to Define the Limits of our Field  81
Rachel B. Blass
Why read Fairbairn?  101
Thomas H. Ogden
Phallic and Seminal Masculinity: A Theoretical and Clinical Confusion  119
Karl Figlio
Murder on the Mind: Tyranical Power and other Points Along the Perverse Spectrum  141
Richard Tuch
Interdisciplinary Studies
Contemporary art and Hanna Segal's thinking on Aesthetics  163
Adela Abella
Dante's Comedy: Precursors of Psychoanalytic Technique and Psyche  183
Nathan Moses Szajnberg
Letters to the Editors
On: A Confusion of Tongues between Psychoanalysis and Philosophy  199
Erik Gann
On: The Comments of Erik Gann  200
Gadi Taub
Flim Essay
The strange case of Dr Mantle and Dr Mantle: David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers  203
Joaquin Cañizares
Book Reviews
Loving Psychoanalysis: Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship by Susan S. Levine Aronson, New York, NY, 2009; 155 pp; $40.00  219
Gurmeet S. Kanwal
Alter ego by Michel Neyraut Editions de I'Olivier, Paris, 2008; 203 pp; €L13.  222
Dominique Bourdin
Envy and Gratitude Revisited edited by Priscilla Roth and Alessandra Lemma International Psychoanalytical Association, London, 2008; 252 pp; £25.99  231
Gabriella Grauso
Searching for the Perfect Woman: The Story of a Complete Psychoanalysis by Vamik D. Volkan with J. Christopher Fowler Aronson, Lanham, MD, 2009; 157 pp; $50.00  236
Adele Tutter
Handbook of Evidence-Based Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice edited by Raymond A. Levy, J. Stuart Ablon Humana Press, New York, NY, 2009; 399 pp; $99.50  241
Eve Caligor
Dictionnaire freudien [Freudian Dictionary] by Claude Le Guen PUF, Paris, 2008; 1719 pp; €49.00  244
Hélène Parat
Correction Note  249
 
Issue 2
The Analyst at Work
Stumbling towards Termination  251
Mayer Subrin
A Commentary on Mayer Subrin's Paper ‘Stumbling towards Termination’  263
Ilany Kogan
Some thoughts on Mayer Subrin's ‘Stumbling towards Termination’  273
Nilde Parada Franch
Stumbling towards Termination in Clinical and Theoretical Psychoanalysis: A Commentary on ‘Stumbling towards Termination’  279
Alessandro Garella
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
The Analyst in Action: An Individual Account of What Jungians do and why They do it  287
Warren Colman
Winnicott's Foundation for the Basic Concepts of Freud's Metapsychology?  305
Martine Girard
Some Thoughts on the Concept of the Internal Parental Couple  325
Serge Frisch and Christine Frisch-Desmarez
Key Paper: The Narcissistic Difficulties Presented to the Observation by the Psychosomatic Problem
Introduction to the Paper by Pierre Marty: The Narcissistic Difficulties Presented to the Observer by the Psychosomatic Problem  343
Marilia Aisenstein and Claude Smadja
The Narcissistic Difficulties Presented to the Observer by the Psychosomatic Problem  347
Pierre Marty
Discussion Concerning Dr Pierre Marty's Paper  361
 
Commentary on Pierre Marty's The Narcissistic Difficulties Presented to the Observer by the Psychosomatic Problem  365
Richard M. Gottlieb
Panel Reports
Analytic Practice: Convergences and Divergences  371
Cláudio Laks Eizirik
The Kleinian Problematic of Narcissism  376
Ingrid Newstadt
Perversion  380
Francisco J. Gonzalez
Psychoanalytic Treatment for Severely Disturbed Adolescents  384
Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak
The Past as Resistance, the Past as Constructed  387
 
Comparative Perspectives on the Unconscious Inclinical Work  391
 
Convergences and Divergences in Treatments of So-Called ADHD Children  395
Alan Sugarman
The Analyst's Response to the Effects of the Transference: On Lacan and Bion  399
Laura Etchegoyen
Letters to the Editors
On: Transference  403
Aldo Luiz Duarte, Alice Becker Lewkowicz, Anna Luiza Kauffmann, Eneida Iankilevich, Gisha Brodacz, Gustavo A da P. Soares and Luiz Ernesto Cabral Pellanda
On: Realism and Research in Psychoanalysis, by D. Bell and R. Wallerstein  405
René Epstein
On: Response to Letter from Epstein  407
David Bell
Film Essays
The Shining: All Work and no Play …  409
Noel Hess
Book Reviews Essay
The Work of Confluence: Listening and Interpreting in the Psychoanalytic Field by Madeleine Willy Baranger (Edited by Leticia Glocer Fiorini). London: Karnac Books, 2009. 254 pp; £24.99.  415
Translated from Italian by Andrea Sabbadini and Antonino Ferro
Book Reviews
Traum, Wahn und Mikrowelten. Affektregulierung in Neurose und Psychose und die Generierung von Bildern [Dreams, Delusions and Micro-worlds: Affect Regulation in Neurosis and Psychosis and the Creation of Images] by Ulrich Moser Brandes & Apsel, Frankfurt, 2008; 220 pp; €24.90  431
Joachim F. Danckwardt
Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and the A-Rational Mind by Linda A.W. Brakel Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009; 197 pp; $59.95  433
Elliot L. Jurist
Freudian Unconscious and Cognitive Neuroscience: From Unconscious Fantasies to Neural Algorithms by Vesa Talvitie Karnac, London, 2009; 156 pp; £19.99  437
Johannes Lehtonen
Listening to Hanna Segal: Her Contribution to Psychoanalysis by Jean-Michel Quinodoz Routledge, London, New York, NY, The New Library of Psychoanalysis, 2008; 171 pp; £19.99  440
Ricardo Stramer
La tentation psychotique [The Psychotic Temptation] by Liliane Abensour Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 2008; 206 pp.  448
Bernard Chervet
Psychanalyse et Psychose no. 9, 2009: ‘L énigme de la réalité’ [Psychoanalysis and Psychosis: ‘The Enigma of Reality’]  454
Benoit Servant
Issue 3
Letter From…
Letter from Paris  463
Marilia Aisenstein
The Analyst at Work
La Vita Nuova  469
Ingrid M. Geerken
Commentary  485
Lesley Caldwell
Commentary on the Material Presented by Ingrid M. Geerken: A New Discourse, a New Love  495
Carlos E. Barredo
Psychonalytic Theory and Technique
Notes on the Beating Fantasy  505
François J. Sirois
From Freud's Dream-Work to Bion's Work of Dreaming: The Changing Conception of Dreaming in Psychoanalytic Theory  521
John A. Schneider
The Italian Red Brigades and the Structure and Dynamics of Terrorist Groups  541
Carole Beebe Tarantelli
One-Person and Two-Person Conceptions of Attachment and their Implications for Psychoanalytic Thought  561
Paul L. Wachtel
Two Modalities of Manic Defences: Their Function in Adolescent Breakdown  583
Catalina Bronstein
Some Observations on the Process of Mourning  601
Otto Kernberg
Conceptual Framework from the Paris Psychosomatic School: A Clinical Psychoanalytic Approach to Oncology  621
Marilia Aisenstein and Claude Smadja
Letter to the Editor
On: The Concept of Death Drive and Aggressio  641
Nestor D. Kapusta
Film Essay
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: Regression and the Angel of Death  643
Sandra Fenster
Book Reviews
L'Annuel de l'APF 2009: Quelle guérison? Mal, malaise, maladie [APF Annual, 2009] PUF, Paris, 2009; 200 pp; €24.00  651
Bertrand Colin
Rinsho Seishin Igaku no Hoho [The Method of Clinical Psychiatry] by Takeo Doi Iwasaki Gakujutsu Shuppannsha [Iwasaki Academic Press], Tokyo, 2009  659
Naoki Fujiyama
The Work of Psychoanalysts in the Public Health Sector edited by Mary Brownescombe Heller, Sheena Pollet Routledge, London, 2010; 212 pp; £22.99  663
Joan Schachter
L'Esprit du mal [The Spirit of Evil] by Nathalie Zaltzman Editions de l'Olivier, Paris, penser/rêver, 2007; 109 pp; €10.00  667
François Villa and Eva Weil
Making a Difference in Patients' Lives: Emotional Experience in the Therapeutic Setting by Sandra Buechler Routledge: New York, 2008: 317 pp; £23.95  674
Daria Colombo
Emotion and the Psychodynamics of the Cerebellum: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic Analysis and Synthesis Fred M. Levin, editor Karnac Books: London, 2009, 253 pp; £24.99  680
Charles P. Fisher
Issue 4
Editorial
Is Translation Possible?  687
Dana Birksted-Breen
How Translations of Freud's Writings Have Influenced French Psychoanalytic Thinking  695
Jean-Michel Quinodoz
Relative Motion: Translation and Therapy  717
George Craig
The Two Time Vectors of Nachträglichkeit in the Development of Ego Organization: Significance of the Concept for the Symbolization of Nameless Traumas and Anxieties  727
Gerhard Dahl
Coincidences in Analysis: Sigmund Freud and the Strange Case of Dr Forsyth and Herr von Vorsicht  745
Maria Pierri
Narcissism lost: On translating and being translated  773
Maria Inês N. E. Carneiro and Arthur Brakel
Representante-Representativo, Représentant-Représentation, Ideational Representative: Which One is a Freudian Concept? On the Translation of Vorstellungsrepräsentanz in spanish, French and English  785
Marcos Herrera
Notes on ‘Bemächtigungstrieb’ and Strachey's Translation as ‘Instinct for Mastery’  811
Kristin White
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
The Deconstruction of Primary Narcissism  821
René Roussillon
Hidden Gifts of Love: A Clinical Application of Object Relations Theory  839
Naomi Steinberg
Levels of Analytic Work and Levels of Pathology: The Work of Calibration  859
Anne Alvarez
History of Psychoanalysis
Marie Bonaparte, her first two patients and the literary world  879
Rémy Amouroux
Education and Professional Issues
Benign and Disruptive Disturbances of the Supervisory Field  895
Germano Vollmer Filho and Antonio Carlos J. Pires
Interdisciplinary Studies
Reading Minds: Mentalization, Irony and Literary Engagement  915
Elisa Galgut
The Evolved Function of the Oedipal Conflict  937
Lawrence Josephs
Panel Report
Ending Analysis: Comparative views  959
Patricia Plopa
Collateral Damage: Grief and Recovery after Losing a Training Analyst Due to an Ethical Violation  963
Elizabeth Wallace
Psychoanalysts Translating Psychoanalysts Today  966
Emad Bishara
Battling the Life and Death Forces of Sadomasochism  969
Ellen Sinkman
Object Relations in Clinical Psychoanalysis  973
Harold P. Blum
Kohut Today  977
James Fisch
Child/Adolescent Analysts at Work in the Present Space  981
Elizabeth Tuters
Psychoanalysis and Virtual Reality  985
Susana Vinocur Fischbein
Telephone Analysis  989
Jill Savege Scharff
Three Regional Approaches to the Worldwide Problem of the Decrease in the Number of Patients and Trainees  993
Lee David Brauer
Psychosis and Regression  997
Liliane Abensour
Letters to the Editors
On: Fairbairn and Dynamic Structure  1001
Graham S. Clarke, Ph.D. and Paul Finnegan, M.D., FRCPC
On: The Comments of Dr. Graham Clarke and Dr. Paul Finnegan  1002
Thomas H. Ogden, M.D.
Film Essay
Do Cyborgs Dream? Post-Human Landscapes in Shinya Tsukamoto's Nightmare Detective (2006)  1005
Giuseppe Civitarese
Book Reviews
Rosenfeld in Retrospect edited by John Steiner Routledge, London, 2008; 153 pp; $34.95  1017
Henry F. Smith
La mente estatica [The Ecstatic Mind] by Elvio Fachinelli Adelphi, Milano, 2009; 201 pp.  1022
Cristiana Cimino
Das Labyrinth der Borderline-Kommunikation. Klinische Zugänge zum Erleben von Raum und Zeit [The Labyrinth of Borderline Communication: Clinical Access to the Experience of Space and Time] by Heinz Weiss Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart, 2009; 220 pp; €29,90.  1026
Gerhard Dammann
What You Don't Know You Know: Our Hidden Motives in Life, Business and Everything Else by Kenneth Eisold Other Press, New York, NY, 2010; 249 pp.  1028
Marie G. Rudden
Mad and Divine: Spirit and Psyche in the Modern World by Sudhir Kakar University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, London, 2009; 178 pp.  1034
Jerome A. Winer
Partners in Thought: Working with Unformulated Experience, Dissociation, and Enactment by Donnel B. Stern Routledge, New York, NY, 2010; 229 + xix pp; $34.95  1037
Lucy LaFarge
Issue 5
Psychonalytic Theory and Technique
Penultimate Interpretation  1043
Yair Neuman
The Life Instinct  1055
Nicola Abel-Hirsch
The Dual Aspect of Fantasy: Flight from Reality or Imaginative Realm? Considerations and Hypotheses from Clinical Psychoanalysis  1073
Laura Colombi
Reflection in Psychoanalysis: On Symbols and Metaphors  1093
Henrik Enckell
Self-Criticism and Unconscious Grandiosity: Transference—Counter Transference Dimensions  1115
Steven H. Cooper
History of Psychoanalysis
Freud and the Hammerschlag Family: A Formative Relationship  1137
Gerhard Fichtner
Interdisciplinary Studies
The Expulsion of Evil and its Return: An Unconscious Fantasy Associated with a Case of Mass Hysteria in Adolescents  1157
Nashyiela Loa Zavala
Educational and Professional Issues
The French Model at Work: Indication and the Jean Favreau Centre for Consultation and Treatment  1179
Ellen A. Sparer
Panel Report
Castration and Intolerance  1201
Robert D. Hinshelwood and Marilyn Charles
Is the Transference Interpretation Still Central to Analytic Work?  1204
Marie-France Dispaux
Migration and Identity: Different Perspectives  1206
Ilany Kogan
Current Analytical Practice and the Analyst's Position,  1209
Stefano Bolognini and Paola Marion
Clinical Treatment of Psychosomatic Symptoms  1213
Marilia Aisenstein
Prejudice, Transgenerational Transmission, and Neutrality  1216
Fanny Blanck-Cereijido and Myriam Grynberg Robinson
A Clinical View on the Directions of Time: Here and Now, the Past in the Present, from the Present to the Past  1220
Antoine Corel and Michael I. Good
Sándor Ferenczi's Clinical Diary in our Current Psychoanalytic Practice  1224
Franco Borgogno and Ana Rita Nuti Pontes
The Medea fantasy: An Inevitable Burden during Prenatal Diagnostics?  1227
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Nicole Pfenning
‘There is a Remedy for Everything but Death’: To Bear Witness, to Recover and Transform Psychic Experiences of Annihilation  1231
Ronny Jaffè
Women Analyzing Women: The Difficult Patient  1236
Teresa Flores
The Soldiers Project: A Psychoanalytically-Informed free Clinic for Military Service Members and Their Families  1239
Kate Schechter
Psychoanalysis in a ‘Shame Culture’: Japanese Psychoanalytic Insights  1242
M. Hossein Etezady
Independent Traditions and Middle Groups in Contemporary Psychoanalysis  1246
Warren Poland and Valerie Laabs-Siemon
Shuttle Analysis in the Han-Prakken Psychoanalytic Institute for Eastern Europe (PIEE)  1250
Christopher Bollas and Gilbert Diatkine
Psychoanalytic Theories of Creativity: Clinical Applications  1254
Nellie L. Thompson
A Community of Schools: Psychoanalytic Influences on Peaceful and Academically Strong Schools in USA, Australia, New Zealand and Jamaica  1258
Stuart W. Twemlow
Can the Analyst Think While Enacting?  1261
Donald Moss
Internal and External Reality  1264
Carmen C. Mion
The use of the Alpha Function in Analytical Construction  1268
Alfredo Lombardozzi, Moderator, Reporter
Corrective Emotional Experience Revisited  1272
Steven H. Cooper and Megan E. McCarthy
Clinical Approaches to Dreams  1276
Olivier Bonard
Letters to the Editors
On: Responding to Rachel Blass' Article ‘Affirming “That's not Psycho-Analysis!” On the value of the Politically Incorrect act of Attempting to Define the Limits of Our Field’  1279
Lewis Aron
On: Response to Rachel B. Blass’ Paper about the Value of Attempting to Define the Limits of Psychoanalysis  1280
Yoram Hazan
On ‘Affirming “That's not Psycho-Analysis!’”  1281
Emanuel Berman
On: ‘Affirming: “That's not Psychoanalysis!’” by R. Blass  1283
Steven Stern
On: The Comments of Emanuel Berman, Lewis Aron, Yoram Hazan and Steven Stern  1285
Rachel Blass
Film Essay
Film Essay: Love and hate in dementia: The depressive position in the film Iris  1289
Daniel Anderson
Book Reviews
Spontaneity: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry by Gemma Corradi Fiumara Routledge, Hove, New York, NY, 2009; 149 pp.  1299
Marcia Cavell
Il bambino e le sue relazioni. Attaccamento e individualità tra teoria e osservazione [The Child and His Relationships: Attachment and Individuality Between Theory and Observation] by Cristina Riva Crugnola Raffaello Cortina, Milano, 2007; 268 pp.  1303
Giuseppe Civitarese
L'intima stanza. Teoria e tecnica del campo analitico [The intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field] by Giuseppe Civitarese Boria, Roma, 2008; 230 pp.; €22.99  1310
Giuseppe Di Chiara
Nainen Ja Viha [Woman and Hatred] by Elina Reenkola Minerva Publishing, Helsinki, 2008; 215 pp.  1314
Maria Häkkinen
Difesa e psicosi. Studio su Freud [Defence and Psychosis: A Study of Freud] by Stefania Nicasi Giovanni Fioriti Editore, Roma, 2009; 178 pp.  1316
Mauro Manica
Itinerari e figure della passione [Itineraries and Figures of Passion] by Giorgio Sassanelli Antigone Edizioni, Torino, 2008; 307 pp; €19  1319
Gianluigi Monniello
Issue 6
Reviewers for 2010  1325
 
Letter from Jerusalem  1329
H. Shmuel Erlich
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
Mourning and Psychosis: A Psychoanalytic Perspective[Duelo y psicosis: Una perspectiva psicoanalitica]  1337
Jorge L. Tizón
Shifting the Perspective after the Patient's Response to an Interpretation  1363
Anssi Peräkylä
Creating Analysts, Creating Analytic Patients  1385
Howard B. Levine
Working through and its Various Models  1405
René Roussillon
The Body, Adolescence, and Psychosis  1419
Riccardo Lombardi and Marisa Pola
Some Thoughts between Body and Mind in the Light of Wilma Bucci's Multiple Code Theory  1445
Luigi Solano
Interdisciplinary Studies
Universal Fantasy in Latency: Separation, Attachment and Sexuality in Julio Cortázar's Bestiary  1465
Ellen Shustorovich and Lissa Weinstein
“Till Destruction Sicken”: The Catastrophe of Mind in Macbeth  1483
Carole Beebe Tarantelli
Curse and Consequence: King Lear's Destructive Narcissism  1503
Roy Schafer
Letter to the Editors
On: The Possibly Narcissistic Difficulties Among Scientific Cultures: A Response to Marty's 1952 Key Paper  1523
Nathan Szajnberg, M.D.
On: Memory in a Labile State: Therapeutic Application  1524
Hugo Bleichmar
On: Contemporary Art and Hanna Segal's Thinking on Aesthetics by Adela Abella  1526
Moran Shoham, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
But at the Same Time and on Another Level: Vol. 1: Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode Vol. 2: Clinical Applications in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode by James S. Grotstein Karnac, London, 2009; Vol. 1, 382 pp, vol. 2, 286 pp  1529
Lawrence J. Brown
Melanie Klein in Berlin by Claudia Frank Routledge, Hove, New Library of Psychoanalysis, 2009; 500 pp; £24.99  1535
Ronald Britton
The Very Thought of Education: Psychoanalysis and the Impossible Professions by Deborah P. Britzman State University of New York Press, Albany, NY, 2009; 166 pp; $60 (hardcover), $23.95 (paperback)  1539
Jane G. Tillman
Autism in Childhood and Autistic Features in Adults edited by Kate Barrows Karnac, London, 2008; 306 pp; £19.99  1543
Brian Truckle
Pourquoi l'antisémitisme? Et si Freud s'était trompé … Freud, la question paternelle et l'antisémitisme [Why Anti-Semitism? And What if Freud Were Wrong … Freud, the Father Question and Anti-Semitism] Éditions Pascal, Paris, 2009; 158 pp; €17.50 Jean-Claude Stoloff  1546
Georges Pragier
Destini delle Identità [Fates of Identities] by Lucio Russo Borla, Roma, 2009; 239 pp; €23.00  1550
Marina Breccia
Correction Note  1563
 
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