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Volume 12 (1943)

A Runaway from Home  1
Hugo Staub
Stigmata Occurring in the Course of Psychoanalysis  23
William Needles
An Anal Substitute for Genital Masturbation in a Case of Paranoid Schizophrenia  40
David A. Young
Types of Female Castration Reaction  45
Emeline P. Hayward
Aaron Burr  67
Louis Smith
Hugo Staub—1886–1942  100
Franz Alexander
The Creative Unconscious: By Hanns Sachs. Cambridge: Sci-Art Publishers, 1942. 240 pp.  106
B. D. L.
Psychogenic Factors in Bronchial Asthma: By Thomas M. French, M.D., and Franz Alexander, M.D., et al. Psychosomatic Medicine Monographs II, Nos. 1 and 2, and IV, 1941. Part I, 92 pp., and Part II, 236 pp.  107
Felix Deutsch
Man on his Nature: By Sir Charles Sherrington. The Gifford Lectures, Edinburgh, 1937–1938. New York: The Macmillan Co.; Cambridge: The University Press, 1941. 413 pp.  112
Joseph Chassell
Clinical Pellagra: By Seale Harris, M.D. St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Co., 1941. 494 pp.  114
Sylvan Keiser
A Review of the Psychoneuroses at Stockbridge: By Gaylord P. Coon and Alice F. Raymond. Stockbridge, Mass.: Austen Riggs Foundation, Inc., 1940. 295 pp.  114
M. Ralph Kaufman
Extra-Sensory Perception after Sixty Years. A Critical Appraisal of the Research in Extra-Sensory Perception: By J. B. Rhine, J. G. Pratt, Charles E. Stuart, Burke M. Smith and Joseph A. Greenwood. New York: Henry Holt & Co., Inc., 1940. 463 pp.  118
Walter W. Marseille
Fifty Years of Psychical Research: By Harry Price. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1939. 383 pp.  124
Walter W. Marseille
Introduction to Psychobiology and Psychiatry: By Esther Loring Richards, M.D., Sc.D. St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Co., 1941. 357 pp.  125
Richard L. Frank
Principles of Abnormal Psychology: The Dynamics of Psychic Illness: By A. H. Maslow and Bela Mittelmann. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1941. 638 pp.  126
Robert R. Sears
Psychology of English: By Margaret M. Bryant and Janet Rankin Aiken. New York: Columbia University Press, 1940. 229 pp.  127
William V. Silverberg
Parents and Children Go to School: By Dorothy W. Baruch, Ph.D. New York: Scott Foresman & Co., 1939. 490 pp.  129
Marjorie R. Leonard
Children in a World of Conflict: By Roy F. Street, Ph.D. Boston: The Christopher Publishing House, 1941. 304 pp.  130
Edith Buxbaum
Sex Education: Facts and Attitudes: New York: Child Study Association of America, 1937. Revised 1940. 64 pp.  131
Margaret W. Gerard
Sex in Marriage: By Ernest R. Groves and Gladys Hoagland Groves. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1940. 250 pp.  133
Emanuel Klein
Sex in Development: By Carney Landis, et al., with a Foreword by Nolan D. C. Lewis. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1940. 329 pp.  135
Margaret W. Gerard
Personal Problems of Everyday Life: By Lee Edward Travis, Ph.D., and Dorothy Walter Baruch, Ph.D. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1941. 392 pp.  137
Ruth Loveland
Lourdes: By Edith Saunders. New York: Oxford University Press, 1940. 292 pp.  138
Sydney Biddle
Faith is the Answer: By Smiley Blanton, M.D., and Norman Vincent Peale, D.D. New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1941. 223 pp.  140
Susanna S. Haigh
The Closed Door: By Ronald MacDonald Douglas. New York: Modern Age Books, 1941. 313 pp.  141
Pauline H. Turkel
Your Personality—Introvert or Extravert?: By Virginia Case. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1941. 277 pp.  142
Emeline Place Hayward
Analyse Einer Postencephalitischen Geistesstörung. (Analysis of a Postencephalitic Mental Disturbance.): W. Hoffer. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXV, 1940, pp. 264–286.  143
Ralph R. Greenson
Zur Frage Dem Mimischen Bejahung Und Verneinung. (On Mimic Affirmation and Negation.): Nikola Šugar. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 81–83.  143
Carel Van Der Heide
Zur Frage Der Unbewussten Verständigung Und Der 'Ansteckenden' Fehlhandlung. (On Unconscious Agreement and the 'Contagious' Faulty Act.): Nikola Šugar. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 84–87.  143
Carel Van Der Heide
Charlotte Brontë: Zur Frage Des Masochistischen Charakters. (Charlotte Brontë And the Masochistic Character.): Käte Friedländer. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 32–49.  143
Otto Fenichel
The Counterphobic Attitude: Otto Fenichel. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 263–274.  144
Emanuel Windholz
The Feeling of Stupidity: C. P. Oberndorf. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 443–451.  145
Otto Fenichel
The Covenant of Abraham: Géza Róheim. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 452–459.  145
Otto Fenichel
The Prospects of Psychoanalysis: Hanns Sachs. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 460–464.  145
Otto Fenichel
Identification and Substitution: Raymond de Saussure. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 465–470.  146
Otto Fenichel
On Learning a New Language: Erwin Stengel. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 471–479.  146
Otto Fenichel
The Fundamental Conflict with Psychoanalysis: Gregory Zilboorg. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1939, pp. 480–492.  147
Otto Fenichel
A Study of Structural and Instinctual Conflicts in Cases of Hay Fever: George W. Wilson. Psychosomatic Med., III, 1941, pp. 51–65.  148
Martin Grotjahn
Some Observations on the Relations of Emotions and Allergy: Leon J. Saul. Psychosomatic Med., III, 1941, pp. 66–71.  148
Martin Grotjahn
Evaluation of the Results of Psychoanalytic Therapy: Robert P. Knight. Amer. J. of Psychiat., XCVIII, 1941, pp. 434–447.  148
Milton L. Miller
The Garden of Eden: Géza Róheim. Psa. Rev., XXVII, 1940, pp. 1–26; pp. 177–199.  149
Emanuel Klein
The Mechanisms of Wit and Humor in Normal and Psychopathic States: A. A. Brill. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIV, Oct., 1940.  150
Sydney Biddle
The Relationship of Latent Homosexuality to the Mechanism of Paranoid Delusions: Robert P. Knight. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, IV, No. 5, 1940.  151
Charles W. Tidd
Old Age and Aging: Section Meeting, 1939. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiat., X, 1940, pp. 27–87.  152
A. H. Vander
Selective Service Psychiatry. Schizoid and Related Personalities. Mood Disorders and Psychopathic Personalities: Dexter Means Bullard. Psychiatry, IV, No. 2, 1941.  153
Martin Grotjahn
Recent Advances in Psychoanalytic Therapy: Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Psychiatry, IV, No. 2, 1941.  153
Martin Grotjahn
Some Notes, Historical and Psychoanalytical, on the People of Israel and the Land of Israel with Special References to Deuteronomy: E. M. Rosenzweig. Amer. Imago, I, 1940, pp. 50–64.  154
Otto Fenichel
Flight from Home: Frederick Rosenheim. Amer. Imago, I, 1940, pp. 1–30.  154
Ralph R. Greenson
A Prophetic Dream Reported by Abraham Lincoln: George W. Wilson. The Amer. Imago, I, 1940, pp. 42–48.  154
Ralph R. Greenson
John Wilkes Booth: Father Murderer: George W. Wilson. Amer. Imago, I, 1940, p. 49.  155
Ralph R. Greenson
Necrophilia: A. A. Brill. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, II, No. 4, 1941.  155
Milton L. Miller
The Couvade in Modern England: W. S. Inman. Brit. Jour. Med. Psychol., XIX, 1941, pp. 37–55.  156
Milton H. Erickson
The Psychology of Propaganda: R. Money-Kyrle. Brit. Jour. Med. Psychol., XIX, 1941, pp. 82–94.  156
Milton H. Erickson
Algunos Conceptos Fundamentales De La Teoria Psicoanalitica De La Epilepsia. (Some Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalytic Theory on Epilepsy.): E. Pichon Riviere. Index de Neurologia y Pisquitria, III, 1941, p. 75.  156
Angel Garma
Revista De Neurologia E Psiquiatria De São Paulo: Vol. VII, No. 6, November-December, 1941.  156
Adelheid Koch
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Characterologic and Symptomatic Expressions Related to the Anal Phase of Psychosexual Development  161
William C. Menninger
Transference and Animal Magnetism  194
Raymond De Saussure
An Experimental Approach to Dream Psychology Through the Use of Hypnosis  202
Leslie H. Farber and Charles Fisher
Intrapsychic Factors in the Choice of a Sexual Object  217
Charles Davison
The Clinical Significance of the Single Parent Relationship in Women  223
Arnold Eisendorfer
The Psychology of Obstinacy  240
Christine Olden
The Living Thoughts of Freud: By Robert Waelder, Ph.D. New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green & Co., 1941. 168 pp.  256
Leon J. Saul
Conceptual Thinking in Schizophrenia: By Eugenia Hanfmann, Ph.D., and Jacob Kasanin, M.D. New York: Nervous and Mental Disease Monographs, 1942. 115 pp.  257
Thomas M. French
Psychodynamics of Abnormal Behavior: By J. F. Brown, Ph.D. New York and London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1940. 484 pp.  259
H. Hartmann
Martin Luthers Umwelt Charakter Und Psychose Sowie Die Bedeutung Dieser Faktoren Für Seine Entwicklung Und Lehre. I. Die Umwelt. II. Luthers Persönlichkeit, Seelenleben Und Krankheiten. (Martin Luther's World Character and Psychosis and the Influence of These Factors on his Development and Teachings. 2 Volumes.): By Paul J. Reiter, M.D. Copenhagen: Ejnar Munksgaard. Vol. I, 1937, 402 pp. Vol. II, 1941, 633 pp.  261
Martin Grotjahn
Science and Seizures: New Light on Epilepsy and Migraine: By William Gordon Lennox, M.D. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1941. 258 pp.  262
Jule Eisenbud
The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: Edited by Susan Isaacs. London: Methuen and Co., Ltd., 1941. 235 pp.  263
George J. Mohr
Child Psychology: Edited by Charles E. Skinner and Philip Lawrence Harriman in collaboration with twelve contributors. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1941. 522 pp.  265
Elizabeth H. Ross
Juvenile Delinquents Grown up: By Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1940. 330 pp.  267
J. Kasanin
The Doctor and the Difficult Child: By William C. Moodie, M.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1940. 214 pp.  268
I. T. Broadwin
Der Gehemmte Mensch (The Inhibited Human Being): By Harald Schultz-Hencke. Leipzig: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1940. 323 pp.  270
Carl M. Herold
The Promise of Scientific Humanism: By Oliver L. Reiser. New York: Oskar Piest, 1940. 364 pp.  274
Leo H. Bartemeier
Race: Science and Politics: By Ruth Benedict. New York: Modern Age Books, 1940. 274 pp.  278
Harold D. Lasswell
An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: By Robert H. Lowie. New and revised edition. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1940. 584 pp.  279
Géza Róheim
Social Learning and Imitation: By Neal E. Miller and John Dollard. Published for the Institute of Human Relations by Yale University Press, New Haven, 1941. 341 pp.  280
Géza Róheim
The Illusion of National Character: By Hamilton Fyfe. London: C. A. Watts and Co., Ltd., 1940. 274 pp.  281
Géza Róheim
Our Human Truths: By F. C. S. Schiller. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939. 371 pp.  282
Jule Eisenbud
The Bond Between Us, the Third Component: By Frederic Loomis, M.D. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. 267 pp.  283
Margaret N. Stone
Understanding Yourself. The Mental Hygiene of Personality: By Ernest R. Groves. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1941. 279 pp.  283
H. E. Chamberlain
The March of Medicine: New York Academy of Medicine Lectures to the Laity No. VI. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. 154 pp.  284
Hugh M. Galbraith
How to Overcome Stammering: By Mabel Farrington Gifford. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1940. 169 pp.  285
Smiley Blanton
Zur Theorie Der Traumatischen Neurose. (On the Theory of the Traumatic Neurosis.): D. K. Dreyfuss. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 122–142.  286
Otto Fenichel
Probleme Der Ästhetik. (Problems of Aesthetics.): Ernst Kris. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 142–179.  286
Otto Fenichel
ber Einen Fall Von Männlicher Homosexualität. (A Case of Male Homosexuality.): M. Wulff. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 105–121.  288
George Geroe
Mourning and its Relation to Manic-Depressive States: Melanie Klein. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 125–153.  288
Otto Fenichel
The Influence of Early Environment in the Development of Neurosis and Neurotic Character: John Bowlby. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 154–178.  290
Otto Fenichel
The Psychical Experiences During the Shocks in Shock Therapy: Isidor Silbermann. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 179–200.  290
Otto Fenichel
Psychophysical Problems Revealed in Language: An Examination of Metaphor: Ella Freeman Sharpe. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 201–213.  291
Otto Fenichel
Some Reflections on Psychodynamics: Ignacio Matte Blanco. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 253–279.  291
Otto Fenichel
On the Nature of Ugliness and the Creative Impulse: John Rickman. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 294–313.  292
Otto Fenichel
Psychoanalysis of Economics: Paul Schilder. Psa. Rev., XXVII, 1940, pp. 401–420.  293
Otto Fenichel
The Ego and the Affects: Otto Fenichel. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 47–60.  295
George Geroe
The Phantom of Omnipotence: Fritz Wittels. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 163–172.  296
M. Gitelson
The Incidence of Neurosis in Cases of Bronchial Asthma: Viva Schatia. Psychosomatic Med., III, 1941, pp. 157–169.  297
Martin Grotjahn
The Emotional Settings of Some Attacks of Urticaria: Leon J. Saul and Clarence Bernstein, Jr. Psychosomatic Med., III, 1941, pp. 349–369.  297
Martin Grotjahn
Pregnancy Following the Decision to Adopt: Douglass W. Orr. Psychosomatic Med., III, 1941, pp. 441–446.  297
Martin Grotjahn
Disorganizing Factors of Infant Personality: Margarethe A. Ribble. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1941, pp. 459–463.  297
M. Gitelson
The Military Psychiatrist at Work: William C. Porter. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1941, p. 317.  298
Ralph R. Greenson
General Semantics, Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Prevention: Alfred Korzybski. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1941, pp. 203–214.  299
Kurt Eissler
Erroneous Recognition (Fausse Reconnaissance): C. P. Oberndorf. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 316–326.  301
Carel Van Der Heide
On Blushing: Sandor Feldman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 249–261.  301
Carel Van Der Heide
Psychoses Associated with Essential Hypertension: Morris D. Riemer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 284–295.  302
Stephen E. Kramer
Psychoanalysis of a Case of Deafness: N. Foxe. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 438–449.  302
Irene M. Josselyn
The Structure of Obsessions and Compulsions: Paul Schilder. Psychiatry, III, 1940, pp. 549–560.  303
Martin Grotjahn
Psychic Problems of the Blind: Dorothy Burlingham. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 43–85.  303
Marjorie Leonard
Sex Offenders and Sex Offenses: Classification and Treatment: Ira S. Wile. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1941, pp. 11–32.  304
Otto Fenichel
Three Cases of Anxiety and Failure in Examinations: J. D. Sutherland. Brit. Jour. Med. Psychol., XIX, 1941, pp. 73–81.  305
Milton H. Erickson
The Facts of Observation in Psychoanalysis: Siegfried Bernfeld. J. of Psychology, XII, 1941, pp. 289–305.  305
Otto Fenichel
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Work and the Pleasure Principle  311
Ives Hendrick
Concerning the Psychogenesis of Convulsive Disorders  330
Leo H. Bartemeier
Sublimation  338
Géza Róheim
A Third Function of the 'Day Residue' in Dreams  353
Edmund Bergler
Neurotic Manifestations of the Voice  371
Morris W. Brody
Some Problems of War Propaganda—A Note on Propaganda New and Old  381
Ernst Kris
Isador H. Coriat—1875–1943  400
A. A. Brill
War in the Mind. The Case Book of a Medical Psychologist: By Charles Berg, M.D. London: The Macaulay Press, 1941. 272 pp.  403
I. Peter Glauber
Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics: By Alfred Korzybski (Second Edition). Lancaster: The Science Press, 1941. 798 pp.  405
Jule Eisenbud
Fames, Libido, Ego: By Professor Dr. A. Austregesilo. Buenos Aires: Nocito y Rañó, 1941. 155 pp.  408
B. D. L.
The Successful Error: By Rudolf Allers, M.D., Ph.D. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1940. 266 pp.  409
Nathaniel Ross
Practical Clinical Psychiatry: By Edward A. Strecker, Franklin G. Ebaugh and Leo Kanner. Fifth Edition. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Company, 1940. 728 pp.  411
R. G.
Foundations for a Science of Personality: By Andras Angyal, M.D., Ph.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1941. 398 pp.  412
Ives Hendrick
Objective and Experimental Psychiatry. (Second Edition.): By D. Ewen Cameron, M.D. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1941. 390 pp.  415
J. F. Brown
Preliminary Report on Children's Reactions to the War. (Including a Critical Survey of the Literature.): By J. Louise Despert, M.D. From the New York Hospital and Department of Psychiatry, Cornell University, Medical College, New York, 1942. 92 pp.  417
Anna W.M. Wolf
Our Children Face War: By Anna W. M. Wolf. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1942. 214 pp.  418
Jule Eisenbud
Criminal Youth and the Borstal System: By William Healy, M.D., and Benedict S. Alper. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1941. 251 pp.  419
George J. Mohr
Young People in the Courts of New York State: Albany: Legislative Document No. 55, 1942.  422
William Healy
Psychology. The Third Dimension of War: By Carroll C. Pratt. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. 29 pp.  423
R. G.
War Medicine: A Symposium: Edited by Winfield Scott Pugh, M.D., Commander (M.C.) U.S.N., Retired. Edward Podolsky, M.D., Associate Editor. Dagobert D. Runes, Ph.D., Technical Editor. New York: Philosophical Library, 1942. 565 pp.  423
R. G.
A Eugenia no Direito De Família. (Eugenics and Family Law.): By Teodolindo Castiglione. São Paulo: Saraiva & Cia., 1942. 247 pp.  424
B. D. L.
The Mountain Arapesh, II. Supernaturalism: By Margaret Mead. Anthoropological Papers of the American Musem of Natural History, Vol. XXXVII, Part II, 1940, pp. 310–454.  425
Géza Róheim
Wolf Child and Human Child: By Arnold Gesell, M.D. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1941. 107 pp.  427
Herman Shlionsky
La Verdad, La Ciencia Y La Filosofia. (Truth, Science and Philosophy.): By Francisco Javier A. Belgodere, Mexico: Published by the Author, 1939. 257 pp.  429
Paul Friedman
Basic Problems of Behavior: By Mandel Sherman, M.D., Ph.D. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1941. 440 pp.  429
J. F. Brown
The Furtherance of Medical Research: By Alan Gregg, M.D. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1941. 130 pp.  430
J. Kasanin
The Aesthetic Sentiment: By Helge Lundholm, Ph.D. Cambridge, Mass.: Sci-Art Publishers, 1941. 223 pp.  432
Richard Sterba
Einige Analogien in Der Verhaltungsweise Von Vögeln Und Psychischen Mechanismen Beim Menschen. (Some Analogies Between the Behavior of Birds and Psychological Mechanisms in Man.): Hans Lampl. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXV, 1940, pp. 399–408.  433
Siegfried Bernfeld
Entwurf Zu Einem Brief an Thomas Mann. (Outline of a Letter to Thomas Mann.): Sigmund Freud. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 217–220.  433
Otto Fenichel
A Contribution to the Study of Fetishism: W. H. Gillespie. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 401–415.  433
Otto Fenichel
On the 'Longing to Die': Kate Friedlander. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 416–426.  434
Otto Fenichel
Time and the Unconscious: Marie Bonaparte. Int. J. Psa., XXI, 1940, pp. 427–468.  434
Otto Fenichel
A Clinical Note on Social Anxiety: M. Ralph Kaufman. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 72–77.  435
K. R. Eissler
The Ontogeny of Anxiety: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 78–85.  436
Otto Fenichel
Symptom Intensification Following Memory Recovery: A Clinical Discussion: John Milne Murray. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 130–138.  436
Carel Van Der Heide
Time—Its Relation to Reality and Purpose: C. P. Oberndorf. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 139–155.  437
Carel Van Der Heide
'The Man Moses' and the Man Freud: Hanns Sachs. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 156–162.  437
Richard Sterba
Thinking and Motility Disorder in a Schizophrenic Child: J. Louise Despert. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 522–536.  438
M. Gitelson
Dynamic-Concept Test: Quantitative Modified Play Technique for Adults: A. Nordeman Mayers and Elizabeth B. Mayers. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 621–634.  439
A. H. Vander
The Organic in Psychotherapy and Psychogenesis: George S. Sprague, Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 715–723.  439
Stephen Kramer
Prognostic Criteria in Schizophrenia. A Critical Survey of the Literature: Louis S. Chase and Samuel Silverman. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1941, pp. 360–368.  439
Arnold Eisendorfer
Unity and Continuity of the Personality: Arthur P. Noyes. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 662–667.  440
Julius I. Steinfeld
A Psychological Study of Eczema and Neurodermatitis: Milton L. Miller. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 82–93.  440
Martin Grotjahn
Some Psychoanalytic Observations in Surgery: Helene Deutsch. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 105–115.  441
Martin Grotjahn
Nescience, Science, and Psycho-Analysis: Montague Francis Ashley Montagu. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 45–60.  441
Martin Grotjahn
Ambulatory Schizophrenias: Gregory Zilboorg. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 149–155.  442
Martin Grotjahn
Psychiatry and the National Defense: Harry Stack Sullivan. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 201–217.  442
Martin Grotjahn
Intimidation of Others as a Defense Against Anxiety: Robert P. Knight. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1942, pp. 4–14.  443
Ralph R. Greenson
The Danger of Propaganda: E. Kris. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 3–42.  443
George Geroe
Some Problems Presented by Freud's Life-Death Instinct Theory: George B. Wilbur. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 134–196, 209–265.  444
Milton L. Miller
Learning: Its Sadistic and Masochistic Manifestations: Edward Liss. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry. X, 1940, pp. 123–128.  446
A. H. Vander
Psychoanalytic Experiences in Public School Practice: Hans Zulliger. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, X, 1940, pp. 370–385, 595–608, 824–840, and XI, 1941, pp. 157–171, 356–370.  446
A. H. Vander
Neuroses and Crime: Emil A. Gutheil. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, II, 1941, pp. 444–455.  447
Ralph R. Greenson
The Field-Theoretical Approach to Criminology: J. F. Brown and Douglass W. Orr. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1941, pp. 236–252.  447
George Geroe
The Criminal Complex in Compulsion Neuroses: Emil A. Gutheil. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1941, pp. 253–271.  448
Milton L. Miller
Homeostasis as an Explanatory Principle in Psychology: John M. Fletcher. Psychological Rev., XLIX, 1942, pp. 80–87.  448
Milton L. Miller
The Sociological Implications of Neuroses: Paul Schilder. J. of Social Psychology, XV, 1942, pp. 3–21.  448
Martin Grotjahn
Administrative Organization for Mental Hygiene: Victor H. Vogel. Public Health Reports, LVII, 1942, pp. 537–542.  449
Bernhard Berliner
The Nature of Shyness: Hilde Lewinsky. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXII, 1941, pp. 105–113.  449
Dora Fishback
Don Quixote Y Sancho Panza Como Tipos Psychológicos. (Don Quixote and Sancho Panza as Psychological Types.): Walter Blumenfeld. Rivista de las Indias, 2a, 38, 1942.  450
Angel Garma
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Max Eitingon—1880–1943  453
Hanns Sachs
Max Eitingon  456
A. A. Brill
The Accepted Lie  458
Ruth Mack Brunswick
Fear of Death  465
Gregory Zilboorg
Body as Phallus: A Clinico-Etymological Note  476
Henry Alden Bunker
A Philological Note on a Defect in Sex Organ Nomenclature  481
Abram Blau
The Conception of the Repetition Compulsion  486
Edward Bibring
The Analysis of a Case of Compulsive Masturbation in a Child  520
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
Depression—The Oedipus Conflict in the Development of Depressive Mechanisms  541
Edith Jacobson
The Discussion of the 'Instinct to Master'—A Letter to the Editors  561
Ives Hendrick
Mind, Medicine, and Man: By Gregory Zilboorg, M.D. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1943. 344 pp.  566
Paul Friedman
Thoughts of a Psychiatrist on the War and after: By William A. White, M.D. Washington, D. C.: The William Alanson White Psychiatric Foundation, Inc., 1942. 28 pp. (Originally copyrighted by Paul B. Hoeber in 1919.)  571
Winfred Overholser
Psychological Effects of War on Citizen and Soldier: By R. D. Gillespie, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1942. 250 pp.  572
Ernst Simmel
Die Psychologie Von C. G. Jung: By J. Jacobi. Zurich: Rascher Verlag, 1940. 184 pp.  577
Martin Grotjahn
Foundations of Neuropsychiatry: By Stanley Cobb. Second Revised and Enlarged Edition. Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1941. 231 pp.  577
J. J. Michaels
A Long-Term Study of the Experimental Neurosis in the Sheep and Dog with Nine Case Histories: By O. D. Anderson and Richard Parmenter. Psychosomatic Med. Monograph Vol. II, Nos. III and IV. Washington: National Research Council, 1941. 150 pp.  578
William Needles
Dark Legend—A Study in Murder: By frederic Wertham. New York: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, Inc., 1941. 270 pp.  581
Martin Wang
Diseases of the Digestive System: Edited by Sidney A. Portis. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1941. 952 pp.  583
M. Ralph Kaufman
Becoming a Kwoma: Teaching and Learning in a New Guinea Tribe: By John W. M. Whiting. With a Foreword by John Dollard. Published for the Institute of Human Relations by the Yale University Press, New Haven, 1941. 226 pp.  585
Thomas M. French
Feeding our Old Fashioned Children: By C. Anderson Aldrich and Mary M. Aldrich. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1941. 112 pp.  587
Irwin Philip Sobel
Der Mythus Vom Wein Der Intendatur. (The Myth about the Army Wine.): Marie Bonaparte. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 220–231.  588
Margrit Munk
ber Kinderbücher Und Ihre Funktion in Latenz Und Vorpubertät. (The Function of Children's Books in Latency and Prepuberty Periods.): Kate Friedländer. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 232–252.  588
Otto Fenichel
Notes on the Psychological Effects of War Conditions on the Civilian Population (I): Edward Glover. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 132–146.  589
Otto Fenichel
The Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Culture: Géza Róheim. Int. J. of Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 147–169.  590
Martin Grotjahn
The Unconscious Motives of Interest in Chess: Isador H. Coriat, Psa. Rev., XXVIII. 1941, pp. 30–36.  591
Norman Reider
Neuroses and Personality Degradation: Elias Perepel. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 173–187.  591
Otto Fenichel
A Case of Hypertension Improved by Psychotherapy: John M. Schimmenti. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 188–200.  591
Stephen E. Kramer
A Supplement to Freud's Theory of Wit: Sandor Feldman. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 201–217.  592
Bernhard Berliner
Psychoanalysis and Dialectic: Ludwig Jekels. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 228–253.  592
Norman Reider
Deflection of Energy, as a Result of Birth Trauma, and its Bearing Upon Character Formation: Grace W. Pailthorpe. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 305–326.  593
Giles Thomas
Psychoanalytical Views on Intelligence: Edward Podolsky. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 359–362.  594
Carel Van Der Heide
Really New Education for Social Living: Theodore Schroeder. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 363–371.  594
Margrit Munk
Some Shakespearean Characters in the Light of Present-Day Psychologies. I. S. Wile: Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 62–90.  594
Ralph R. Greenson
Folie À Deux—The Psychosis of Association: Alexander Gralnick. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 230–263.  595
William G. Barrett
Deeper Levels of Regression: G. S. Sprague. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 272–280.  596
Ralph R. Greenson
The Problem of Psychogenic Precipitation in Schizophrenia: Otto Kant. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 341–350.  596
George Geroe
Factors in Psychoanalytic Therapy: C. P. Oberndorf. Amer. J. of Psychiatry. XCVIII, 1942, pp. 750–756.  596
Edith Weigert
Galileo and Freud: Foster Kennedy. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 770–772.  597
Bernhard Berliner
The Organization of a Psychiatric Service for a General Hospital: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 252–272.  597
Martin Grotjahn
Note on Metrazol in General Paresis, a Psychosomatic Study: Vivian Bishop Kenyon, David Rapaport and Milton Lozoff. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 165–176.  598
Martin Grotjahn
Military Psychiatry: Patrick S. Madigan. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 225–229.  598
Martin Grotjahn
Selective Service Psychiatry: Lauren Howe Smith. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 241–249.  599
Martin Grotjahn
Selective Service System. A Seminar on Practical Psychiatric Diagnosis: Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 265–283.  599
Martin Grotjahn
Recreation and Morale: A Subjective Symposium: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1942, pp. 65–102.  599
Ralph R. Greenson
The Dragon and the Hero: Géza Róheim. Amer. Imago, I, 1940, No. 2, pp. 40–69; No. 3, pp. 61–94.  600
Ralph R. Greenson
The Myth of the Corpse in the Car: Marie Bonaparte. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 105–126.  600
Margrit Munk
Perversions as Neuroses (The Paraphiliac Neuroses). their Relation to Psychopathy and Criminality: Ben Karpman. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1941, pp 180–199.  601
Dora Fishback
Aggressive Stealing: P. Lionel Goitein. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1941, pp. 200–212.  602
Margrit Munk
The Potential Prostitute: P. Lionel Goitein. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 359–367.  602
Dora Fishback
Toward a Social Psychology of Human Play: Steuart Henderson Britt and Sidney Q. Janus. J. of Social Psychology, XIII, 1941, pp. 351–384.  602
Marjorie R. Leonard
A Preliminary Note on the Emotional Significance of Stereotypies in Schizophrenics: Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, No. 1.  603
Otto Fenichel
Effects of Frustration: Symposium at the Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association at Atlantic City, April 5, 1940. Psychological Rev., XLVIII, 1941, pp. 337–366.  604
Siegfried Bernfeld
The End of Reason: Max Horkheimer. Studies in Philosophy and Social Science, IX, 1941, pp. 316–389.  606
Otto Fenichel
Clinical Notes on the Analysis of a War Neurosis: Charles Berg. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XIX, 1942, pp. 155–185.  606
Milton H. Erickson
National Character: M. Ginsberg. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXII, 1942, pp. 183–205.  607
Emanuel Klein
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