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List of Articles


Volume 15 (2013)

Issue 1
Editors' Introduction
The Target Article  3
David Olds
The Remainder of This Issue  3
Maggie Zellner
Target Article
The Conscious Id  5
Mark Solms
Commentaries
Repression as the Condition for Consciousness  20
Commentary by Ariane Bazan
The Brainstem Begs the Question: “Petitio Principii”  25
Commentary by Heather Berlin
Is the Brainstem Really Sufficient for a Consciousness That Would Have Interested Freud?  29
Commentary by Robin Carhart-Harris
Beyond the Reward Principle: Consciousness as Precision Seeking  33
Commentary by Aikaterini Fotopoulou
Consciousness and Hierarchical Inference  38
Commentary by Karl Friston
Bodily Self, Affect, Consciousness, and the Cortex  42
Commentary by Vittorio Gallese
Conflict Creates an Unconscious Id  45
Commentary by Jim Hopkins
Conscious Id or Unconscious Id or Both: An Attempt at “Self”-Help  48
Commentary by Luba Kessler
Back to the Future with Mark Solms: The Isomorphism of Freud's Mental Apparatus  52
Commentary by Richard J. Kessler
The “Conscious Id”: A Game Changer with Lots of Challenges  55
Commentary by Larry Kunstadt
What is Consciousness? A Tridimensional View and Neural Predispositions of Consciousness (NPC)  59
Commentary by Georg Northoff
Toward an Understanding of the Constitution of Consciousness through the Laws of Affect  62
Commentary by Jaak Panksepp
Self-Specificity of the External Body  66
Commentary by Manos Tsakiris
Facing Inconvenient Truths  69
Commentary by Oliver H. Turnbull
Is the Primary Process Conscious?  73
Commentary by Gerald Wiest
Where Ego was, There Id Shall Be? Some Implications of the “Conscious Id” for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy  76
Commentary by Maggie Zellner
Response to Commentaries  79
Mark Solms
Original Article
Caring for a Partner with Cognitive Impairments Due to Multiple Sclerosis: A Psychodynamic Perspective  87
Julia Segal
Book Reviews
Jason W. Brown: Neuropsychological Foundations of Consciousness. Belgium: Les Editions Chromatika, 2010. ISBN: 978-2-930517-07-0, 364 pp., €36 (pbk.).  101
Stephen E. Levick
W. M. Bernstein: A Basic Theory of Neuropsychoanalysis. London: Karnac, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-8557-809-4, 296 pp., £22.19.  103
Christian E. Salas
Research Digest  104
Georgina Torbet
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society
Bulletin 26  107
Maria Sonia Goergen
Mexico: The Neuropsychoanalysis Group of Mexico City  107
Daniela Flores Mosri
Argentina: Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Chapter of the Argentine Psychoanalytical Association  108
Diego Cohen
U.K.: London Neuropsychoanalysis Group on “Psychodynamic Neuroscience and Neuropsychology”  108
Aikaterini Fotopoulou
Brazil: Porto Alegre, RS-Southern Brazilian Chapter  109
Maria Sonia Goergen
Turkey: Istanbul Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group  109
Fatma Gökçe Özkarar
France: La Société de Psychosomatique Intégrative (SPI), La Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris—Psychoanalysis, Medicine, and Neurosciences  110
Jean Benjamin Stora
Issue 2
Editor's Introduction  115
Maggie Zellner and Oliver Rathbone
Original Articles
Separation Distress in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder  117
Michelle Jackson and Mark Solms
Opioid Function is Dysregulated Subsequent to Early Social Trauma: Healthy Young Adults' Response to a Buprenorphine Challenge  127
Susan Malcolm-Smith, Kevin G. F. Thomas, Jonathan Ipser, Dan Stein, Jack van Honk and Mark Solms
Outpatient Detoxification Completion and One-Month Outcomes for Opioid Dependence: A Preliminary Study of a Neuropsychoanalytic Treatment in Pain Patients and Addicted Patients  145
Brian Johnson and Stephen V. Faraone
Are the Wish-Fulfillment Dreams of Children the Royal Road for Looking at the Functions of Dreams?  161
Claudio Colace
Clinical Reports
Dreaming the Body  177
Bianca Gallo, Marina Farinelli and Leonardo Speri
Report from the Fourteenth International Neuropsychoanalysis Congress  185
Daniela Flores Mosri
International Neuropsychoanalysis Society: Cape Town 2013 Congress Research Presentations  189
Katerina Fotopoulou, Oliver H. Turnbull and Maggie Zellner
The Fourteenth International Neuropsychoanalysis Congress, Cape Town 22-25 August 2013: “Clinical Applications of Neuropsychoanalysis”  190
 
Book Reviews
Claudio Colace: Children's Dreams: From Freud's Observations to Modern Dream Research. London: Karnac, 2010. ISBN: 978-1-85575-636-6, 248pp., £22.99.  203
Andrea Clarici
Simon Boag: Freudian Repression, the Unconscious, and the Dynamics of Inhibition. London: Karnac, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-85575-738-7, 268pp, £21.99 (pbk.), £11.70 (ebk.).  206
Julia Segal
Erik D. Goodwyn: The Neurobiology of the Gods: How Brain Physiology Shapes the Recurrent Imagery of Myth and Dreams. Hove: Routledge, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-415-67300-6, 272pp., £27.99 (pbk.).  208
Ben Sessa
Barbara Wilson, Jill Winegardner, & Fiona Ashworth: Life after Brain Injury: Survivors' Stories. New York: Taylor & Francis Psychology, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-84872-111-1, 264pp, $51.95 (pbk.), $160 (hbk.).  209
Julia Segal
Research Digest  213
Georgina Torbet
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  217
 
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