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Volume 13 (1944)

Some Aspects of a Compulsion Neurosis in a Changing Civilization  1
Henry Lowenfeld
The Psychoanalytic Concept of Memory and its Relation to Recent Memory Theories  16
Ernst Lewy and David Rapaport
A New Approach to the Therapy of Erythrophobia  43
Edmund Bergler
Unconscious Mental Activity in Hypnosis—Psychoanalytic Implications  60
Milton H. Erickson and Lewis B. Hill
On Christmas  79
Richard Sterba
The Future of Psychoanalysis and Religion  84
Franklin Day
A Response  93
Gregory Zilboorg
Survey of Objective Studies of Psychoanalytic Concepts: By Robert R. Sears. New York: Social Science Research Council, 1943. 156 pp.  101
Heinz Hartmann
The Therapy of the Neuroses and Psychoses. A Socio-Psychobiologic Analysis and Resynthesis: By Samuel Henry Kraines, M.D. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1941. 512 pp.  102
Arnold Eisendorfer
Shock Treatment in Psychiatry: A Manual: By Lucie Jessner, M.D., and V. Gerard Ryan, M.D. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 1941. 149 pp.  104
George S. Goldman
Emotion in Man and Animal: By Paul Thomas Young. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1943. 422 pp.  105
Leon J. Saul
The Psychology of Aristotle. An Analysis of the Living Being: By Clarence Shute. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. 148 pp.  106
Carl M. Herold
Mental Disease and Social Welfare: By Horatio M. Pollock. Utica: State Hospitals Press, 1941. 237 pp.  108
H. E. Chamberlain
The Boy Sex Offender and his Later Career: By Lewis J. Doshay, M.D., Ph.D. Foreword by George W. Henry, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1943. 206 pp.  110
William Healy
Sex Fulfilment in Marriage: By Ernest R. Groves, Gladys Hoagland Groves and Catherine Groves. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1942. 319 pp.  111
Phyllis Greenacre
Married Life in an African Tribe: By I. Schapera. (With a foreword by Professor Malinowski). New York: Sheridan House, Inc., 1941. 364 pp.  114
Géza Róheim
Social Case Records from Psychiatric Clinics: By Charlotte Towle. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1941. 455 pp.  115
Elisabeth Brockett Bech
Mental Hygiene for Community Nursing: By Eric Kent Clarke, M.D. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1942. 262 pp.  116
Olga Knopf
Methods of Treatment in Postencephalitic Parkinsonism: By Henry D. von Witzleben. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1942. 164 pp.  118
Martin Grotjahn
Ethos, Hypokrisie Und Libidohaushalt. (Ethos, Hypocrisy, and Libido Economy.): Martha Mitnitzky-Vagó. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXV, 1940, pp. 356–396.  119
Edith Ludewyk-Gyoemroei
Phänomenologisches Und Psychoanalytisches Zum Problem Des Mitleids. (Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis in the Problem of Sympthy.): Tore Ekman. Int. Ztschr. f. Psa. u. Imago, XXVI, 1941, pp. 275–285.  120
Julius I. Steinfeld
Revolution and Evolution: Ernest Jones. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 193–208.  121
Otto Fenichel
Types of Anxiety Neuroses: Paul Schilder. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 209–228.  122
Otto Fenichel
Psychology of Nationalism  123
Emanuel Klein
The Dreams Freud Dreamed: Immanuel Velikovsky. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 487–511.  123
Otto Fenichel
Some Remarks on a Chapter of Helen Keller's Book: 'The World I Live In': S. H. Foulkes. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 512–519.  124
Margrit Munk
Poe as Hypnotist: Arthur N. Foxe. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 520–525.  124
Richard Sterba
Anxiety in a Neurosis of Seventy Years Standing: C. P. Oberndorf and A. Eisendorfer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 221–229.  124
Irene M. Josselyn
The Organization of Psychiatry for the Emergency: Harry A. Steckel. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 791–794.  125
Martin Grotjahn
Army Psychiatric Literature, Factors in Interpretation: David J. Flicker. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 795–800.  125
Martin Grotjahn
Pathodynamics and Treatment of Traumatic War Neurosis (Traumatophobia): Sandor Rado. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 362–368.  125
Martin Grotjahn
The Relaxation of the Analyst  126
Martin Grotjahn
The Significance of Psychiatry in our Time: Richard Sterba. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 511–513.  127
Martin Grotjahn
The Successful Treatment of a Case of Chronic 'War Neurosis' by the Psychoanalytic Method: Robert P. Knight. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1942, pp. 153–164.  127
Ralph R. Greenson
Myth and Folk Tale: Géza Róheim. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 266–279.  127
Richard Sterba
A Note on the Medusa Symbolism: Isador H. Coriat. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 281–285.  128
Otto Fenichel
Criminality as an Expression of Psychosexual Infantilism: Ben Karpman. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 383–429.  128
Edith Weigert
The Primal Horde and Incest in Central Australia: Géza Róheim. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 454–461.  129
Milton L. Miller
Analogous Mechanism in the Formation of Symptoms in Organic and Functional Disorders: K. Goldstein. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, pp. 28–36.  129
Otto Fenichel
Therapeutic Result on 'Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenics': J. I. Steinfeld. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, pp. 1–16.  129
Otto Fenichel
A Case of Amnesia and its Bearing on the Theory of Memory: Merton Gill and D. Rapaport. Character and Personality, XI, 1942, No. 2.  130
Edwin R. Eisler
Psychological Factors Associated with Eating Difficulties in Children: Olga Rubinow Lurie. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XI, 1941, pp. 452–467.  130
A. H. Vander
Obesity in Childhood and Personality Development: Hilde Bruch. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XI, 1941, pp. 467–475.  131
A. H. Vander
Schizophrenia in Childhood: The Nervous Child, I, 1941, pp. 137–250.  131
Margaret S. Mahler
Exhibitionism: N. K. Rickles. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, XCV, 1942, pp. 11–18.  133
Carel Van Der Heide
Psychoanalytic Techniques in Social Analysis: Marvin K. Oppler. J. of Social Psychology, XV, 1942, pp. 91–129.  133
Otto Fenichel
Resistance and Anxiety as Factors in the Discontinuance of Child Guidance Treatment: Marietta Karpe. Smith College Studies in Social Work, June, 1942.  135
Margrit Munk
Symposium on the Psychology of Music and Painting: W. Gillies Whittaker, William O. Hutchinson and R. W. Pickford. The Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIII, 1942, Part 1.  135
Richard Sterba
Psicoanalisis Y Delito. (Psychoanalysis and Crime.): José Belbey. Archivos de Medicina Legal, Buenos Aires, XI, 1941, pp. 187–197.  135
Maria Langer
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Clara Lazar-Geroe, Paul G. Dane and R. G. Ellery
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On Genuine Epilepsy  139
Ralph R. Greenson
Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct  160
Ernst Simmel
Psychodynamics in a Civilian War Neurosis  186
John Frosch
Mother-Murder in Myth and Legend—A Psychoanalytic Note  198
Henry Alden Bunker
Plcasso and the Unconscious  208
Frederick Wight
Mind: Perception and Thought in their Constructive Aspects: By Paul Schilder. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. 432 pp.  217
George J. Mohr
Goals and Desires of Man: By Paul Schilder. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. 305 pp.  219
Leon J. Saul
Introduction to the Psychoanalytic Theory of the Libido: By Richard Sterba. New York: Nervous and Mental Disease Monographs (No. 68), 1942. 81 pp.  222
Nathaniel Ross
Borderlands of Psychiatry: By Stanley Cobb. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943. 166 pp.  222
O. Spurgeon English
Tomas De Aquino Y La Psicopatologia. (Thomas Aquinas and Psychopathology.): By E. Eduardo Krapf. Buenos Aires: Editorial Index, 1943. 45 pp.  223
B. D. L.
Collected Papers of the First Moscow Psychiatric Institute: Moscow: Narkomzdrav, Foreign Dept. Vol. II, 1939, 416 pp.; Vol. III, 1940, 488 pp.  224
J. Kasanin
Psychotherapy in Medical Practice: By Maurice Levine, M.D. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1942. 320 pp.  226
Else Pappenheim
America's Last King: An Interpretation of the Madness of George III: By Manfred S. Guttmacher, M.D. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1941. 426 pp.  229
Douglass W. Orr
Doctors of the Mind: By Marie Beynon Ray. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. 1942. 335 pp.  231
Samuel Atkin
The Mind and its Disorders: By James N. Brawner, M.D. Atlanta, Georgia: Walter W. Brown Publishing Co., 1942. 228 pp.  232
Samuel Atkin
Counseling and Psychotherapy. Newer Concepts in Practice: By Carl R. Rogers. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1942. 450 pp.  232
Joseph Chassell
Personality and Mental Illness: By John Bowlby, M.D. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1942. 280 pp.  235
Maxwell Gitelson
Religion in Illness and Health: By Carroll A. Wise. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1942. 279 pp.  237
Leo H. Bartemeier
Contemporary Psychology: By Nisson Touroff. 2 Vols. in Hebrew. Tel-Aviv, Palestine: The 'Dvir' Co., Ltd., Vol. 1, 1939, 299 pp.; Vol. II, 1941, 335 pp.  239
Paul Friedman
Environment and Education: By Ernest W. Burgess, W. Lloyd Warner, Franz Alexander, M.D. and Margaret Mead. Human Development Series, Volume I. Chicago: The University of Chicago, 1942. 66 pp.  239
Anna W.M. Wolf
Psychology for Individual Education: By Lois Barclay Murphy, Eugene Lerner, Jane Judge, Madeleine Grant. Edited by Esther Raushenbush. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. 306 pp.  242
Elizabeth H. Ross
The March of Medicine: The New York Academy of Medicine Lectures to the Laity, 1942. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 217 pp.  244
Hugh Galbraith
Infant and Child in the Culture of Today: By Arnold Gesell and Frances L. Ilg, in collaboration with Janet Learned and Louise B. Ames. New York and London: Harper & Bros., 1943. 399 pp.  244
Augusta Alpert
Frustration and Regression: An Experiment with Young Children: By Roger Barker, Tamara Dembo, Kurt Lewin. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1941. 314 pp.  247
Marjorie R. Leonard
Psychorama: By A. A. Roback. Cambridge, Mass.: Sci-Art Publishers, 1942. 365 pp.  250
Edward E. Harkavy
Balinese Characters: By Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead. New York: Special Publications of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. II, 1942. 277 pp.  250
Géza Róheim
Jungle People: A Kaingáng Tribe of the Highlands of Brazil: By Jules Henry. New York: J. J. Augustin, 1941. 215 pp.  253
Géza Róheim
Tennyson in Egypt. A Study of the Imagery in his Earlier Work: By W. D. Paden. Lawrence: University of Kansas Publications, 1942. 178 pp.  255
Ernst Kris
The Observation of Infants in a Set Situation: D. W. Winnicott. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 229–249.  257
Otto Fenichel
A Revised Psychopathology of the Psychoses and Psychoneuroses: W. R. D. Fairbairn. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 250–279.  258
Otto Fenichel
Minister and Congregation—A Study in Ambivalence: Efraim Michael Rosenzweig. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 218–228.  259
Emanuel Windholz
Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky—A Psychological Sketch: Paul C. Squires. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 455–465.  259
Richard Sterba
Lady Macbeth: John W. Draper. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 479–486.  259
Sydney Biddle
The Process of Awakening: Martin Grotjahn. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 1–19.  260
Otto Fenichel
The Tooth-Losing Dream: H. S. Darlington. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 71–79.  261
A. H. Vander
An Hypothesis Regarding Cycles of Behavior in a Schizophrenic Patient: Saul Rosenzweig. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 463–469.  261
Julius I. Steinfeld
Folie À Deux—The Psychosis of Association. Part Two: Alexander Gralnick. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 491–520.  261
William G. Barrett
Psychological Aspects of Hobbies: A Contribution to Civilian Morale. William C. Menninger. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1942, pp. 122–129.  262
Margrit Munk
The Dynamics of the Selective Inhibition of Specific Functions in Neurosis: Alexander Wolf. Psychosomatic Med., V, 1943, pp. 27–38.  262
Martin Grotjahn
The Psychopathology of Coughing: Otto Fenichel. Psychosomatic Med., V, 1943, pp. 181–184.  262
Martin Grotjahn
Notes on the Genesis of Psychopathic Personality Trends: Stanislaus A. Szurek. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 1–6.  263
Martin Grotjahn
Faith as a Character Trait: Erich Fromm. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 307–319.  263
Martin Grotjahn
Gynecology and Obstetrics Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, No. 1, 1943.  263
Ralph R. Greenson
A Dutch Celebration of a Festival: Richard Sterba. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 205–208.  264
Géza Róheim
Socio-Psychiatric Aspects of Female Felons: John Holland Cassity. J. of Criminal Psychopathology III, 1942, pp. 597–604.  265
Dora Fishback
Specific Trends in Criminality of Women: Frank J. Curran. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 605–624.  265
Dora Fishback
Mind of Murder: P. Lionel Goitein. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 625–648.  266
Ralph R. Greenson
Notes on a Case of Character Analysis: Otto Fenichel. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, pp. 22–27.  266
Margrit Munk
Symposium: What can Psychiatry Contribute to the Alleviation of National and International Difficulties?: Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XI, 1941, pp. 619–652.  266
A. H. Vander
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Neurotic Reactions in Parachutists  273
Joseph G. Kepecs, M.C., A.U.S.
Civilian War Neuroses and their Treatment  300
Felix Deutsch, M.D.
Remarks on the Common Phobias  313
Otto Fenichel, M.D.
Knocking on Wood—A Note on the preoedipal Nature of the 'Magic Effect'  327
Robert Fliess, M.D.
Freud's Earliest Theories and the School of Helmholtz  341
Siegfried Bernfeld, Ph.D.
Sadismo Y Masoquismo En La Conducta. (Sadism and Masochism in Behavior.): By Angel Garma. Buenos Aires: El Ateneo, 1943. 208 pp.  363
B. D. L.
Emotions and Memory: By David Rapaport, Ph.D. Menninger Clinic Monograph Series No. 2. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Company, 1942. 282 pp.  364
Carl M. Herold
Rehavior and Neurosis: By Jules H. Masserman. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1943. 269 pp.  369
Jule Eisenbud
Beyond Psychology: By Otto Rank. Published privately, 1941. 291 pp.  371
George J. Mohr
Psychiatry in War.: By Emilio Mira, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, Inc., 1943. 196 pp.  376
B. D. L.
Psychology for the Fighting Man: Washington, D. C.: The Infantry Journal. New York: Penguin Books, Inc., 1943. 456 pp.  378
John M. Murray
Drives Toward War: By Edward C. Tolman. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., Inc., 1942. 118 pp.  380
I. Peter Glauber
War and Children: By Anna Freud and Dorothy T. Burlingham. New York: Medical War Books, 1943. 191 pp.  383
Edith Entenman
Children's Behavior Problems: Volume II. Relative Importance and Interrelations Among Traits. By Luton Ackerson. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1942. 570 pp.  387
Edith Entenman
The Green Circle: By Chris Massie. New York: Random House, 1943. 280 pp.  387
Margaret N. Stone
A Counting Compulsion: Leo H. Bartemeier. Int. J. Psa., XXII, 1941, pp. 301–309.  389
Otto Fenichel
Symposium on Neurotic Disturbances of Sleep: Int. J. Psa., XXIII, 1942, pp. 49–68.  389
Martin Grotjahn
Psychic Defense and the Technique of its Analysis: Edoardo Weiss. Int. J. Psa., XXIII, 1942, pp. 69–80.  390
Otto Fenichel
On the Unconscious Significance of Perfume: John Pratt. Int. J. Psa., XXIII, 1942, pp. 80–84.  390
Otto Fenichel
The Relation of Humor to Masochism: Lucile Dooley. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 37–47.  390
E. Windholz
Analytic Reflections on Mixed Marriages: George Little. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 20–25.  391
Minna Emch
On Rotting: Paul Schilder. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, p. 46.  392
Giles W. Thomas
The Clairpsychism of Strindberg: Paul C. Squires. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 50–71,  392
Henry Lowenfeld
A Note about Adam's Apple: Leopold Bellak. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 300–303.  392
Otto Fenichel
On the Fear of Being Buried Alive: Sandor Feldman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 641–645.  392
Otto Fenichel
Ward Therapy—A New Method of Group Psychotherapy: Nathan Blackman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 660–667.  393
Bernhard Berliner
Review of a Year of Group Psychotherapy: Robert Jacobson and Katharine W. Wright. psychiatric Quarterly, XVI, 1942, pp. 744–764.  393
Bernhard Berliner
Schizophrenia Among Primitives: N. J. Demerath. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCVIII, 1942, pp. 703–707.  394
Géza Róheim
Psychogenic Disorders and the Civilization of the Middle Ages: A. Gallinek. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1942, pp. 42–54.  394
George Geroe
Fundamental Concepts of Psychosomatic Research: Psychogenesis, Conversion, Specificity: Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Med., V, 1943, pp. 205–210.  394
E. Grotjahn
Group Psychotherapy. A Review of the Recent Literature: Giles W. Thomas. Psychosomatic Med., V, 1943, pp. 166–180.  395
Martin Grotjahn
Cultural Pressures in the Psychology of Women: Clara Thompson. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 331–339.  395
Martin Grotjahn
Psychobiologic Dynamisms in Behavior: An Experimental Study of Neuroses and Therapy: Jules H. Masserman. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 341–347.  395
Martin Grotjahn
Dissent in the Early History of Psychoanalysis: Edith Vowinckel Weigert. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 349–359.  396
Martin Grotjahn
A Psychiatric Study of a Man Suffering from a Convulsive Disorder: Leo H. Bartemeier. Bulletin of The Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 2.  396
Ralph R. Greenson
The Problem of Changing Food Habits: With Suggestions for Psychoanalytic Contributions: Margaret Mead. Bulletin of The Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 2.  397
Ralph R. Greenson
The Sociopsychological Significance of Death Among Pomo Indians: B. W. Aginsky. Amer. Imago, I, 1940, No. 3, pp. 1 to 11. Comments by George B. Wilbur, pp. 12 to 18.  397
Emanuel Klein
The Blessing of the Kohenites: S. Feldman. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 296–322.  398
Géza Róheim
Marcel Proust: Caroline Wijsenbeek. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 323–346.  399
Ralph R. Greenson
The Psychological Interrelations Between Alcoholism and Genital Sexuality: Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1942, pp. 1–13.  399
Bernhard Berliner
A Body Image Study of Prostitutes: Frank J. Curran and Matthew Levine. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1942, pp. 93–117.  400
Dora Fishback
A Case of Necrophilia: Jack Rapaport. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1942, pp. 277–289.  400
Bernhard Berliner
Spastic Colon and Instinctual Repression: P. Lionel Goitein and J. Rubin. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1942, No. 2.  401
Ralph R. Greenson
Disorders in the Body Image in the Clinical Pictures of Psychoses: Gustav Bychowski. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, XCVII, 1943, pp. 310–336.  401
Edith Weigert
The Significance of Body Image for Personality Assay: Ethan Allan Brown and P. Lionel Goitein. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, XCVII, 1943, pp. 401–409.  401
Edith Weigert
The Conditioning of Sexual Behavior by Central Agnosia: Kurt Goldstein and Julius E. Steinfeld. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, No. 2.  402
Otto Fenichel
The Process of Objectivation in our Attitude Towards our Fellow Creatures: Edward Weiss. Bulletin of the Forest Sanitarium, I, 1942, No. 2.  402
Otto Fenichel
Mental Defects in Children: The Nervous Child, II, October 1942.  402
M. Mahler-Schoenberger
The Meaning of 'Morale' in Relation to Morale Building and Morale Research: Isidor Chein. Psychological Review, L, 1943, pp. 311–329.  403
Martin Grotjahn
The Theory of the Aggressive Urges and War-Time Behavior: J. F. Brown. J. of Social Psychology, XV, 1942, pp. 355–380.  404
George Geroe
Considerations on the Theory and Practice of Psychoanalysis in our Day: Darcy M. Uchôa. Revista de Neurologia e Psiquiatria de São Paulo, VIII, 1942, No. 4.  404
D. A. Camara
Defense Mechanisms in Neurotic Patients: Durval Marcondes. Revista de Neurologia e Psiquiatria de São Paulo, VIII, 1942, No. 4.  404
D. A. Camara
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The Syndrome of Operational Fatigue in Flyers  407
John M. Murray
Psychophysiology the Concept of Drive and the Pleasure Principle  418
Carl M. Herold, M.D.
Tics and Impulsions in Children: A Study of Motility  430
Margaret Schoenberger Mahler, M.D.
Clinical Aspects of Depression  445
Edoardo Weiss, M.D.
Prodromal Traumatic Cycles in Adulthood  462
Tibor Agoston, M.D.
Complementary Neurotic Reactions in Intimate Relationships  479
Bela Mittelmann, M.D.
Psychosomatic Diagnosis: By Flanders Dunbar. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1943. 741 pp.  492
Lawrence S. Kubie
Human Constitution in Clinical Medicine: By George Draper, C. W. Dupertuis, J. L. Caughey, Jr. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc. 1944. 273 pp.  501
Lawrence S. Kubie
Psychosomatic Medicine: The Clinical Application of Psychopathology to General Medical Problems. Edward Weiss, M.D., and O. Spurgeon English, M.D. Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders Company, 1943. 687 pp.  506
J. Kasanin
Synopsis of Neuropsychiatry: By Lowell S. Selling, M.D., St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Company. 1944. 500 pp.  507
B. D. L.
Rorschach's Test. I. Basic Processes: By Samuel J. Beck, Ph.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1944. 223 pp.  508
Frederic S. Weil
Unconsciousness: By James Grier Miller. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1942. 329 pp.  512
J. Kasanin
Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War: By Kurt Goldstein, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1942. 244 pp.  514
Curtis T. Prout
The Varieties of Temperament. A Psychology of Constitutional Differences: By W. H. Sheldon, Ph.D., M.D., with the collaboration of S. S. Stevens, Ph.D. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1942. 520 pp.  515
H. E. Chamberlain
Intelligence in Mental Disorder: By Anne Roe and David Shakow. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. XLII, Art. 4, 1942, pp. 361–490.  517
William Needles
Handwriting Analysis. A Series of Scales for Evaluating the Dynamic Aspects of Handwriting: By Thea Stein Lewinson and Joseph Zubin. New York: King's Crown Press, 1942. 147 pp.  519
Walter W. Marseille
Mark Twain at Work: By Bernard DeVoto. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1942. 144 pp.  522
Martin Grotjahn
The Body Image in Dreams  524
Edith Weigert
A Psychomotor Sequence (Abreaction and Catharsis): Arthur N. Foxe. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 127–130.  524
Otto Fenichel
The Origin and Function of Culture: Géza Róheim. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 131–164.  524
Martin Grotjahn
Three Psychiatric Stories from Rabbinic Lore: Solomon W. Freehoff. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 185–187.  524
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychological Aspects of the Fantasy of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: A. S. Macquisten and R. W. Pickford. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 233–252.  525
Bernhard Berliner
Psychoanalysis of Psychoses. I. Errors and How to Avoid Them: Paul Federn. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 3–19.  525
Kurt R. Eissler
Dissociated Personality: A Case Report: Samuel Lipton. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 35–56  526
Margrit Munk
An Interpretation of Anti-Semitism: G. Davidson. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 123–134.  526
Otto Fenichel
Consideration of Results with Psychoanalytic Therapy: C. P. Oberndorf. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1942, pp. 374–381.  526
Martin Grotjahn
What Unemployment Does to People: Sol Wiener Ginsburg. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1942, pp. 439–446.  527
Margrit Munk
Anorexia Nervosa. Report of a Case: Sandor Lorand. Psychosomatic Med., V, 1943, pp. 282–292.  527
Martin Grotjahn
Hitler's Imagery and German Youth: Erik Homburger Erikson. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 475–493.  528
Martin Grotjahn
Evolution of the Neurotic Present from the Traumatic Past: Bernard S. Robbins. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 537–542.  529
Martin Grotjahn
Group Emotion and Leadership: Fritz Redl. Psychiatry, V, 1942, pp. 573–596.  529
Martin Grotjahn
Metapsychology of Morale: Richard Sterba. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, p. 69.  530
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychological Testing Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 3.  531
Ralph R. Greenson
The Military Psychiatrist: Lt. Col. William C. Menninger, M.C. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 4.  531
Ralph R. Greenson
The Treatment of the Psychoneuroses of War: Robert P. Knight. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 4.  531
Ralph R. Greenson
Anthropological Techniques in War Psychology: Margaret Mead. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VII, 1943, No. 4.  531
Ralph R. Greenson
About the Fascinating Effect of the Narcissistic Personality: Christine Olden. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, No. 4, pp. 347–356.  532
Otto Fenichel
Surrealism as Symptom: Efraim M. Rosenzweig. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, No. 4.  532
Martin Grotjahn
The Covenant of Gangsters: Ernst Kris. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 445–458.  532
Otto Fenichel
Psychotherapy of the Adult Criminal: Ralph Brancale. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 472–484.  533
Ralph R. Greenson
Compulsion Factors in Exhibitionism: May E. Romm. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, III, 1942, pp. 585–597.  533
Carel Van Der Heide
Esophageal Spasm: William B. Faulkner, Jr. J. Nervous and Mental Disease, XCIII, 1941, pp. 713–715.  533
Kurt R. Eissler
Hypnotic Suggestion: Its Dynamics, Indications and Limitations in the Therapy of Neuroses: Sandor Lorand. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, XCIV, 1941, pp. 64–75.  533
Kurt R. Eissler
Psychopathological Disorders in the Mother: Mabel Huschka. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, XCIV, 1941, pp. 76–83.  534
Kurt R. Eissler
National and International Difficulties—A Suggested National Program for Alleviation: Margaret E. Fries. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XI, 1941, pp. 562–574.  534
A. H. Vander
A Delinquent Adolescent: Margaret Mitchell. The Family, J. of Social Case Work, XXV, 1944, pp. 83–88.  535
Margrit Munk
A Recent Epidemic of Hysteria in a Louisiana High School: Edgar A. Schuler and Vernon J. Parenton. J. of Social Psychology, XVII, 1943, pp. 221–235.  535
Margrit Munk
Psychological Sidelights on Andreas Vesalius: Gregory Zilboorg. Bull. of the History of Medicine, XIV, 1943, pp. 562–575.  536
Martin Grotjahn
Observations on the Yurok—Childhood and World Image: Erik Homburger Erikson. University of California Publications in American Archeology and Ethnology, XXXV, 1943, No. 10.  536
Martin Grotjahn
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg: An Eighteenth Century Pioneer of Semantics: Richard D. Loewenberg. Etcetera, a Review of General Semantics, I, Winter 1943–44, pp. 99–104.  537
Otto Fenichel
La 'Serpente Emplumada'. Psicoanálisis De La Religion Maya-Azteca Y Del Sacrificio Humano. (The Plumed Serpent. Psychoanalysis of the Mayan-Aztec Religion of Human Sacrifice.): Celes Ernesto Carcamo. Revista de Psicoanálisis (Buenos Aires), I, 1943, pp. 5–38.  537
Angel Garma
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