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Volume 14 (1945)

Psychology and War Conditions  1
Ernest Jones, M.D.
Affects, Personal and Social  28
Gregory Zilboorg, M.D.
A Special Form of Self-Punishment  46
Rudolph M. Loewenstein, M.D.
Pathological Weeping  62
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
On a Five-Layer Structure in Sublimation  76
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
Psychoanalysis Today: Edited by Sandor Lorand, M.D. New York: International University Press, 1944. 404 pp.  98
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
One Hundred Years of American Psychiatry: Published for the American Psychiatric Association. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. General Editor, J. K. Hall; Associate Editor, Gregory Zilboorg; Assistant Editor, Henry Alden Bunker. With members of the American Psychiatric Association and of the American Association of the History of Medicine. 694 pp.  99
B. D. L.
Introduction to Psychiatry: By W. Earle Biddle, M.D., Mildred van Sickel, B.S., R.N., with a Foreword by William C. Sandy, M.D. Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders Company, 1943. 358 pp.  104
Curtis T. Prout
Arrival and Departure: By Arthur Koestler. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1943. 180 pp.  105
Henry Lowenfeld
Papers from the Second American Congress on General Semantics: Edited by M. Kendig. Chicago: Institute of General Semantics, 1943. 577 pp.  108
Jule Eisenbud
Discovering Ourselves: By Edward A. Strecker and Kenneth E. Appel in collaboration with John W. Appel. Second Edition. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1943. 434 pp.  110
Leo H. Bartemeier
The Expression of Personality: By Werner Wolff. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1943. 334 pp.  116
Carl M. Herold
Psychology you can Use: By William Henry Roberts. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1943. 246 pp.  118
Joseph Chassell
A Textbook of Clinical Neurology: By Dr. Israel S. Wechsler. Fifth edition revised. Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders Co., 1943. 840 pp.  118
Charles Davison
Mental Illness: A Guide for the Family: By Edith M. Stern with the collaboration of Samuel W. Hamilton, M.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1942. 134 pp.  119
George E. Daniels
Mental Health in College: By Clements C. Fry, M.D., with the collaboration of Edna G. Rostow. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1942. 365 pp.  120
Joseph Chassell
And Keep Your Powder Dry! an Anthropologist Looks at America: By Margaret Mead. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1942. 274 pp.  122
Martin Grotjahn
Art: A Bryn Mawr Symposium: By Richard Bernheimer, Rhys Carpenter, K. Koffka and Milton C. Nahm. Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: Bryn Mawr College, 1940. 350 pp.  124
Richard Sterba
Psychodynamisms in Manic-Depressive Psychoses: Jules H. Masserman. Psa. Rev., XXVIII, 1941, pp. 466–478.  127
Carel Van Der Heide
Neurotic Traits of Jonathan Swift, as Revealed by Gulliver's Travels: Ben Karpman. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 26–45 and 165–184.  127
Carel Van Der Heide
Two Forms of Aggression in Obsessional Neurosis. A Clinical Contribution to the Therapy of the Obsessional Neurosis: Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev. XXIX, 1942, pp. 188-196.  128
Irene M. Josselyn
Basic Determinants in the Art of Andrea Del Sarto: A Reinterpretation: Erwin O. Christensen. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 253–270.  128
Richard Sterba
Social Structure and the Economy of Affective Bonds: George Devereux. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 303–315.  129
Emanuel Klein
Schizophrenia in Cryptogenic Narcolepsy: Samuel R. Lehrman and Edward J. Weiss. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 135–144.  130
Julius I. Steinfeld
Psychoanalysis of Psychoses. II. Transference. III. the Psychoanalytic Process: Paul Federn. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 246–257, and 470–487.  130
Kurt R. Eissler
Psychiatry as a Social Science: Gregory Zilboorg. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 585–588.  132
Norman Reider
The Neuropsychiatric Selection of Recruits: Lieut. Comdr. C. L. Wittson (M. C.), U.S.N.R., Lieut. Comdr. H. I. Harris (M. C.), U.S.N.R., Lieut. W. A. Hunt, H—V(S), U.S.N.R., Lieut. Comdr. P. S. Solomon (M.C.), U.S.N.R., and Lieut. (J. G.) M. M. Jackson, H—V(S), U.S.N.R. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 639–650.  132
J. Kasanin
The Psychoneurotic in the Armed Forces: Nicholas Michael. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 651–654.  133
J. Kasanin
The Male-Female Dichotomy in Human Behavior: William Egleston Galt. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 1–14.  133
Martin Grotjahn
Sex and Character: Erich Fromm. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 21–31.  133
Martin Grotjahn
Schizophrenic Structural Analysis and Metrazol Treatment: Kurt R. Eissler. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 75–81.  134
Martin Grotjahn
Hypnosis Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. VII, 1943, Nos. 5 and 6.  135
Ralph R. Greenson
The Myth in Jane Austen: Geoffrey Gorer. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, No. 3.  136
Richard Sterba
Psychotherapy and the Pursuit of Happiness: Hanns Sachs. Amer. Imago, II, 1941, pp. 356–365.  137
Otto Fenichel
Changing Concepts of Crime: Max J. Freeman. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1942, pp. 290–306.  138
Julius I. Steinfeld
The Gambler: A Misunderstood Neurotic: Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 379–393.  138
Bernhard Berliner
Factors in Suicidal Attempts. A Review of Twenty-Five Consecutive Cases: Dwight M. Palmer. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIII, 1941, pp. 421–422.  139
Kurt R. Eissler
Psychogenic Body Image Disturbances Associated with Psychogenic Aphasis and Agnosa: Harry A. Teitelbaum. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIII, 1941, pp. 581–612.  139
Kurt R. Eissler
A Comparative Study of Recovered and Deteriorated Schizophrenic Patients: Otto Kant. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIII, 1941, pp. 616–624.  140
Kurt R. Eissler
The Post-Hospital Adaptation of a Selected Group of Patients with Dementia Præcox: J. L. Hoffman, E. H. Parsons, M. W. Hagan. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIII, 1941, pp. 705–712.  140
Kurt R. Eissler
The Chronic Alcoholic as a Neurotic and a Dreamer: Ben. Karpman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIV, 1941, pp. 17–40.  140
Kurt R. Eissler
Learning Difficulties: Unresolved Anxiety and Resultant Learning Patterns: Edward Liss. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry. XI, 1941, pp. 520–524.  140
A. H. Vander
School Phobia: Adelaide M. Johnson, Eugene I. Falstein, S. A. Szurek, Margaret Svendsen. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XI, 1941, pp. 702–712.  142
A. H. Vander
Orientation Data Regarding Psychoneurosis: Franklin G. Ebaugh, Colonel M. C. A.U.S. Bulletin of the U. S. Army Med. Dept., No. 82, November 1944.  142
R. G.
A Survey of Statistical Studies on the Prevalence and Incidence of Mental Disorder in Sample Populations: Paul Lemkau, Christopher Tietze and Marcia Cooper. Public Health Reports, LVIII, No. 53, 1943, pp. 1909–1927.  143
Malcolm H. Finley
Individual and Mass Behavior in Extreme Situations: Bruno Bettelheim. J. of Abnormal and Social Psychology, XXXVIII, 1943, pp. 417–452.  143
Martin Grotjahn
Social Psychology and the Civilian War Effort: Gordon W. Allport and Helene R. Veltfort. J. of Social Psychology, XVIII, 1943, pp. 165–235.  144
Emanuel Klein
A Theory of Human Motivation: A. H. Maslow, Psychological Rev., L, 1943, pp. 370–396.  144
Norman Reider
Psychopathology, Primitive Medicine and Primitive Culture: Erwin H. Ackerknecht. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, XIV, 1943, pp. 30–67.  145
Géza Róheim
El Método Psicoanalítico De Interpretación De Los Sueños. Introducción a La Psicología Onírica. (The Psychoanalytic Method of Dream Interpretation. Introduction to Dream Psychology.): Angel Garma. Revista de Psicoanálisis (Buenos Aires), 1943, I, pp. 39–62.  145
Maria Langer
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The Integration of Social Behavior  149
Thomas M. French, M.D.
A Bioanalytical Contribution to the Problem of Sleep and Wakefulness  169
Ludwig Jekels, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Therapy in the Borderline Neuroses  190
Adolph Stern, M.D.
Contribution to the Study of Amnesia and Allied Conditions  199
Elisabeth R. Geleerd, M.D., Frederick J. Hacker, M.D. and David Rapaport, Ph.D.
Laughter in Dreams  221
Martin Grotjahn, M.C., A.U.S.
A Philological Note on Sex Organ Nomenclature  228
Leo Kanner, M.D.
Albert Joseph Storfer—1888–1944  234
Fritz Wittels
Infants without Families: By Anna Freud and Dorothy T. Burlingham. New York: International University Press, 1944. 188 pp.  236
Augusta Alpert
The Rights of Infants: By Margaret A. Ribble. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 118 pp.  238
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
The People of Alor: By Cora Du Bois. A Social Psychological Study of an East Indian Island. With Analyses by Abram Kardiner and Emil Oberholzer. Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press, 1944. 654 pp.  239
Géza Róheim
The War and Mental Health in England: By James M. Mackintosh, M.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1944. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press. 91 pp.  242
Leon J. Saul
The Nature and Treatment of Mental Disorders: By Dom Thomas Verner Moore, O.S.B., Ph.D., M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1943, 312 pp.  244
Leo H. Bartemeier
Language and Thought in Schizophrenia: Collected Papers. Edited by J. S. Kasanin, M.D. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1944. 133 pp.  245
Frederick J. Hacker
A Handbook of Psychiatry: By P. M. Lichtenstein, M.D., LL.B., and S. M. Small, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1943. 330 pp.  248
Frederick L. Patry
Psychology and Human Living: By Walter C. Langer. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1943. 286 pp. (A publication of the Commission on Human Relations of the Progressive Education Commission.)  249
Lillian Malcove
Leadership and Isolation: A Study of Personality in Interpersonal Relations. By Helen Hall Jennings. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1943. 240 pp.  252
Ruth Loveland
The Psychology of Fascism: By Peter Nathan. London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1943. 158 pp.  253
J. F. Brown
In Search of Maturity. An Inquiry Into Psychology, Religion and Self-Education: By Fritz Kunkel, M.D. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1943. 292 pp.  254
Franklin Day
When Children Ask about Sex: By the Staff of the Child Study Association of America. New York: Child Study Association of America, 1943. 16 pp.  255
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
Guiding the Normal Child: By Agatha H. Bowley, Ph.D. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1943. 174 pp.  255
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
Development in Adolescence: By Harold E. Jones. New York and London: D. Appleton-Century Co., Inc., 1943. 166 pp.  256
Elisabeth R. Geleerd
Criminal Careers in Retrospect: By Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1943. 380 pp.  256
George J. Mohr
New Horizons in Criminology: By Harry Elmer Barnes and Negley K. Teeters. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1943. 1069 pp.  259
Winfred Overholser
The March of Medicine: The New York Academy of Medicine Lectures to the Laity, No. VIII, 1943. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 151 pp.  260
Hugh M. Galbraith
Mental Hygiene—The Psychology of Personal Adjustment: By D. B. Klein. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1944. 498 pp.  260
Mary O'Neil
New Goals for Old Age: Edited by George Lawton. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 210 pp.  261
Ruth Loveland
The American Woman.: The Feminine Side of a Masculine Civilization. By Ernest R. Groves. New York: Emerson Books Inc., 1944. 465 pp.  261
Ruth Loveland
The Psychiatric Novels of Oliver Wendell Holmes: Abridgement, Introduction and Annotation by Clarence P. Oberndorf, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. 268 pp.  262
Susanna S. Haigh
William James: His Marginalia, Personality and Contributions. By A. A. Roback. Cambridge: Sci-art Publishers, 1942. 336 pp.  263
Fletcher McCord
The Psychoanalytic Insight of Nathaniel Hawthorne: C. P. Oberndorf. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 373–385.  265
Ralph R. Greenson
The Concept of Masochism: Bernhard Berliner. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 386–400.  265
Dora Fishback
Mania and the Moon: Douglas McG. Kelly. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 406–426.  265
Géza Róheim
The Universality of Symbols: A. A. Brill. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 1–18.  266
Kurt R. Eissler
On a Predictable Mechanism: Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 19–32.  266
Edith Weigert
The Divine Comedy of Dante: Lewis R. Wolberg. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 33–46.  266
Richard Sterba
Regarding Freud's Book on Moses: A Religio-Psychoanalytical Study. Lydia Oehlschlegel. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 67–77.  267
Henry Lowenfeld
A Psychosomatic Study of Maladie Des Tics (Gilles De La Tourette's Disease): Margaret Schoenberger Mahler and Leo Rangell. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 579–604.  267
Edith Weigert
On the Relation of Hearing to Space and Motion: Marianne Wallenberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 663–671.  267
Otto Fenichel
Logorrhoea: Edmund Bergler. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 26–42.  268
Bernhard Berliner
Folie À Trois—Psychosis of Association: S. R. Kesselman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 138–153.  268
Edith Weigert
Forensic Issues in the Neuroses of War: A. Kardiner. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 654–661.  268
Norman Reider
Studies of the Relationship Between Emotional Factors and Rheumatoid Arthritis: Ralph M. Patterson, James B. Craig, Raymond W. Waggoner, and Richard Freyberg. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 775–781.  269
J. Kasanin
A Symposium on Military Psychiatry: Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 11–142.  269
Jacob Kasanin
Penis Envy in Women: Clara Thompson. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 123–125.  274
Martin Grotjahn
The Transference Phenomenon in Psychoanalytic Therapy: Janet MacKenzie Rioch. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 147–157.  274
Martin Grotjahn
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Psychotics: The Influence of the Modifications in Technique on Present Trends in Psychoanalysis. Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 277–279.  274
Martin Grotjahn
Present Trends in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice: Contributions to a Symposium: By Gregory Zilboorg, Robert Waelder and Karl A. Menninger. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, pp. 3–17.  275
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychosomatic Medicine: A Historical Perspective: Gregory Zilboorg. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 3–6.  276
Martin Grotjahn
Cardiospasm: A Psychosomatic Disorder: Edward Weiss. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 58–70.  276
Martin Grotjahn
Accident Proneness: Arnold J. Rawson. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 88–94.  276
Martin Grotjahn
Platonic Love: Hans Kelsen. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, pp. 1–110.  277
Henry Lowenfeld
A Note on Conchology: Merrill Moore. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, Nos. 1–2.  278
Otto Fenichel
Telepathic Dreams: Nandor Fodor. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, pp. 61–84.  278
Otto Fenichel
Masochistic Motivations in Criminal Behavior: Philip Q. Roche. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 431–444.  278
Bernhard Berliner
Psychopathologic and Psychopathic Reactions in Dogs: Joseph Perlson and Ben Karpman. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 504–521.  279
Carel Van Der Heide
Some Primitive Trends in Civilized Justice: Gregory Zilboorg. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 599–604.  279
Kurt R. Eissler
Color Blindness and Tone Deafness Restored to Health During Psychotherapeutic Treatment Using Dream Analysis: Kilton R. Stewart. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIII, 1941, pp. 716–718.  280
Kurt R. Eissler
The Etiology of the Psychosis of Dementia Paralytica with Preliminary Report of the Treatment of a Case of this Psychosis with Metrazol: Vivian Bishop Kenyon and David Rapaport. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIV, 1941, pp. 147–159.  280
Kurt R. Eissler
The Rôle of Hostility in Affective Psychoses: Jane E. Oltman and Samuel Friedman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCVII, 1943, No. 2.  280
Julius I. Steinfeld
The Problem of the Preschool Child: Section Meeting, 1941. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 42–68.  281
A. H. Vander
The Concept of Normality in Clinical Psychology: John W. Thibaut. Psychological Rev., L, 1943, pp. 338–345.  283
Dora Fishback
A Drive-Conversion Diagram: Edward C. Tolman. Psychological Rev., L, 1943. pp. 503–513.  284
James E. Birren
The Authoritarian Character Structure: A. H. Maslow. J. of Social Psychology, XVIII, 1943, pp. 401–411.  284
Henry Lowenfeld
Russian Psychiatry—Its Historical and Ideological Background: Gregory Zilboorg. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, IX, 1943, pp. 713–728.  285
Martin Grotjahn
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Nature and Classification of the So-Called Psychosomatic Phenomena  287
Otto Fenichel, M.D.
The Therapeutic Use of Dreams Induced by Hypnotic Suggestion  313
Mark G. Kanzer, M.C., A.U.S.
Ego Analysis as a Guide to Therapy  336
Thomas M. French, M.D.
Aphrodite, or the Woman with a Penis  351
Géza Róheim, Ph.D.
Yrjö Kulovesi—1887–1943  391
Alfhild Tamm
Caroline B. Zachry—1894–1945  392
Anna W.M. Wolf
Freud's Contribution to Psychiatry: By A. A. Brill, Ph.B., M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1944. 244 pp.  393
C. P. Oberndorf
The Doctor's Job: By Carl Binger, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1945. 243 pp.  394
B. D. L.
The Origin and Function of Culture: By Géza Róheim. New York: Nervous and Mental Disease Monographs, 1943. 107 pp.  398
Franz Alexander
Psychiatry and the War: Edited by Frank J. Sladen, M.D. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1944. 505 pp.  402
Leon J. Saul
Foster Home Care for Mental Patients: By Hester B. Crutcher. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1944. 197 pp.  403
R. G.
Contemporary Psychopathology: A Source Book: Edited by Silvan S. Tompkins, Ph.D. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1943. 600 pp.  404
Jule Eisenbud
Psychiatry for Nurses: By Louis J. Karnosh and Edith B. Gage. Second Edition. St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Co., 1944. 339 pp.  405
Wilma K. Wiggers
Social Psychology: By Kimball Young. Second Edition. New York: F. S. Crofts & Co., Inc., 1944. 578 pp.  406
Ernst Kris
Omnipotent Government: The Rise of the Total State and Total War. By Ludwig von Mises. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1944. 291 pp.  406
Heinz Hartmann
Child Department Consultations: D. W. Winnicott, Int. J. Psa., XXIII, 1942, pp. 139–146.  409
Otto Fenichel
Some Observations on Individual Reactions to Air Raids: Melitta Schmiedeberg. Int. J. Psa., XXIII, 1942, pp. 146–176.  409
Otto Fenichel
How can Civilization be Saved: Ernest Jones. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 1–7.  409
Otto Fenichel
The Concept of Dissociation: Edward Glover, Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 7–13.  410
Otto Fenichel
An Acute Psychotic Anxiety Occurring in a Boy of Four Years: Susan Isaacs. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 13–32.  411
Otto Fenichel
Success and Failure: Paul Schilder. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 353–373.  411
Emanuel Windholz
Some Psychoanalytic Notes on a Case of Actual Neurosis with Obsessions: Stefi Pedersen. Psa. Rev., XXIX, 1942, pp. 427–434.  412
Emanuel Windholz
The Death Wish in Daily Life: Benson Carmichael. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 59–67.  412
Irene M. Josselyn
Some Psychiatric Aspects of Anorexia Nervosa, Demonstrated by a Case Report: K. R. Eissler. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 121–145.  413
Otto Fenichel
A Note on Arabic Dream Interpretation: Gustave E. von Grunebaum. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 146–147.  413
Otto Fenichel
Psychological Problems of Stepchildren: Else P. Heilpern. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 163–176.  413
Maxwell Gitelson
Sibling Death as a Psychological Experience: Saul Rosenzweig. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 177–186.  414
Ralph R. Greenson
The Idea of Psychogenesis in Modern Psychiatry and in Psychoanalysis: George Gero. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 187–211.  414
Otto Fenichel
Estudio Psicosomático De La Coriza: Guillermo Ferrari Hardoy. Revista de Psicoanálisis, Argentina, I, 1944, pp. 531–554.  415
Angel Garma
Paranoia Y Homosexualidad: Angel Garma. Revista de Psicoanálisis, Argentina, I, 1944, pp. 555–578.  415
Marie Langer
Algunas Aportaciones a La Psicología De La Menstruación: Marie Langer. Revista de Psicoanálisis, Argentina, II, 1944, pp. 211–232.  415
Angel Garma
Tension States in the Neuroses: Lewis R. Wolberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVII, 1943, pp. 685–694.  416
Carel Van Der Heide
The 'Spontaneous' Mental Cure: Lewis R. Wolberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, p. 105–118.  416
Joseph Lander
Psychotherapeutic and Interpersonal Aspects of Insulin Treatment: A. Gralnik. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 179–197.  416
Julius J. Steinfeld
Correlation of Some Psychiatric Problems Encountered at Induction Centers and in Army Hospitals: K. Nussbaum. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 225–232.  417
Robert Cohen
Psychopathology of Stuttering: J. Louise Despert. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, XCIX, 1943, pp. 881–886.  417
Edith Buxbaum
Psychoneuroses Incidental to Pre-Flight and Primary Flight Pilot Training: Walter O. Klingman. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 217–223.  418
Ralph R. Greenson
An Approach to Psychological Control Studies of Urinary Sex Hormones: A Report on Three Menstrual Cycles. George E. Daniels. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 231–240.  418
Martin Grotjahn
A Note on Tattooing Among Selectees: Joseph Lander and Harold M. Cohn. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 326–327.  418
Martin Grotjahn
Emotional Disturbances Following Upper Respiratory Infection in Children: Helen G. Richter. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 387–396.  418
Maxwell Gitelson
Military Psychodynamics: Psychological Factors in the Transition from Civilian to Soldier: Meyer H. Maskin and Leon L. Altman. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 263–269.  419
Martin Grotjahn
Women in Wartime. Disabilities and Masculine Defense Reactions: Edith Vowinckel Weigert. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 375–379.  419
Martin Grotjahn
Present-Day Trends in Psychoanalysis: George J. Mohr. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, p. 281–284.  420
Martin Grotjahn
Limitations to the Psychotherapy of Schizophrenics: Kurt R. Eissler. Psychiatry, VI, 1943, pp. 381–391.  420
Martin Grotjahn
The Spiritual Background of Hitlerism: Gustav Bychowski. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 579–598.  420
Henry Lowenfeld
Some Notes on Apache Criminality: George Devereux and Edwin M. Loeb. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 424–430.  421
Géza Róheim
Hypocrisy: Its Implications in Neurosis and Criminal Psychopathology: Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, IV, 1943, pp. 605–627.  421
Bernhard Berliner
Murder and Justice: Gregory Zilboorg. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 1–27.  421
Edith Weigert
A Brief Impression of British Military Psychiatry: J. R. Rees. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, pp. 29–35.  422
Ralph R. Greenson
Some Factors in the High Rate of Neuropsychiatric Casualties: G. B. Chisholm, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, pp. 36–38.  423
Ralph R. Greenson
Some Special Aspects of Psychotherapy in the Army Air Forces: John M. Murray. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 119–122.  423
Martin Grotjahn
Brief Psychotherapy in War Neuroses: Roy R. Grinker and John P. Spiegel. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 123–131.  423
Martin Grotjahn
Psychoanalytic Contributions to Psychosomatic Medicine: M. Grotjahn. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 169–175.  424
Otto Fenichel
The Significance of Psychological Research in Schizophrenia: Kurt Goldstein. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCVII, 1943, pp. 261–280.  424
Julius I. Steinfeld
Observations of the English in Wartime: Ignacio Matte. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCVII, 1943, pp. 447–463.  425
Margrit Munk
Notes on the Personality of Patients with Migraine: Lowell S. Trowbridge, Dorothy Cushman, M. Geneva Gray, Merrill Moore. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCVII, 1943, pp. 509–517.  425
Otto Fenichel
Psychological Observations in Affective Psychoses Treated with Combined Convulsive Shock and Psychotherapy: Norman A. Levy and Roy R. Grinker. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCVII, 1943, pp. 623–637.  426
Otto Fenichel
Formal Criteria for the Analysis of Children's Drawings: Trude Schmidl-Waehner. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 95–104.  426
A. H. Vander
Group Studies of Preadolescent Delinquent Boys: Pauline Rosenthal. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 115–127.  427
A. H. Vander
The Development of Paranoic Thinking: Norman Cameron. Psychological Rev., L, 1943, pp. 219–234.  428
Julius I. Steinfeld
Converging Approaches to Personality: S. Rosenzweig. Psychological Rev., LI, 1944, pp. 248–256.  428
James E. Birren
Logic in Psychosomatic Medicine: R. W. Burnham. Psychological Rev., LI, 1944, pp. 257–259.  429
James E. Birren
The Psychology of Modern Germany: William Brown. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIV, 1944, pp. 4–59.  429
Emanuel Klein
The Problem Child and his Environment: H. Banister and M. Ravden. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIV, 1944, pp. 60–68.  430
Margaret S. Mahler
Psychoneurosis in Raf Ground Personnel: D. N. Parfitt. J. of Mental Science, XC, No. 379, 1944, pp. 566–581.  430
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychogenic Amnesia: The Refusal to Remember: D. N. Parfitt and Carlyle Gall. J. of Mental Science, XC, No. 379, 1944, pp. 511–531.  430
Edith Weigert
A World without Psychic Frustration: Franz Alexander. Amer. J. of Sociology, XLIX, 1944, pp. 465–469.  431
Norman Reider
The Indications for Psychoanalytic Therapy: Franz Alexander. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, XX, 1944, pp. 320–332.  431
Martin Grotjahn
Placement Resulting from Psychosexual Disturbance in a Mother-Son Relationship: Frieda M. Kuhlman. The Family, XXV, 1944, pp. 143–151.  432
Margrit Munk
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Amnesic States in War Neuroses: The Psychogenesis of Fugues  437
Charles Fisher, Ph.D.
'Repression' in Prefreudian American Psychiatry  469
Henry Alden Bunker, M.D.
Psychological and Psychodynamic Aspects of Disturbances in the Sleep Mechanism  478
Charles Davison, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Observations on Dreams and Psychosomatic Reactions in Response to Hypnotics and Anæsthetics  498
Bela Mittelmann, M.D.
Interpretation of a Typical and Stereotyped Dream Met with Only During Psychoanalysis  511
Sandor S. Feldman, M.D.
The Negative in Dreams  516
Nandor Fodor
A Mechanism of Hysteria Elucidated During Hypnoanalysis  528
Lewis R. Wolberg, M.D.
The Psychological Frontiers of Society: By Abram Kardiner with the collaboration of Ralph Linton, Cora Du Bois, and James West. New York: Columbia University Press. 1945. 475 pp.  535
B. D. L.
The Interpretation of Dreams: New Developments and Technique. By Wilhelm Stekel. New York: Liveright Publishing Corp., 1944. 2 vols., 618 pp.  540
Fritz Wittels
The Shaping of Psychiatry by War: By John Rawlings Rees, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1945. 158 pp.  544
Leon J. Saul
Personality and the Behavior Disorders: Edited by J. McV. Hunt. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1944. Vol. I, 618 pp. Vol. II, 624 pp.  545
B. D. L.
Emotional Factors in Learning: By Lois Barclay Murphy and Henry Ladd. Sarah Lawrence College Publications, No. 4. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. 404 pp.  547
Joseph Chassell
Doll Play of Pilagá Indian Children: By Jules and Zunia Henry. New York: American Orthopsychiatric Association, Research Monographs No. 4. 1944. 133 pp.  549
Géza Róheim
The Unknown Murderer: By Theodor Reik. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1945. 260 pp.  551
Jule Eisenbud
Rebel without a Cause: The Hypnoanalysis of a Criminal Psychopath. By Robert H. Lindner, Ph.D. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 1944. 296 pp.  552
I. T. Broadwin
Women and Men: By Amram Scheinfeld. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1944. 453 pp.  553
Henry Lowenfeld
Must Men Hate: By Sigmund Livingston. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1944. 344 pp.  556
Leon J. Saul
What is Hypnosis: Studies in Conditioning: By Andrew Salter. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1944. 88 pp.  557
Paul Friedman
The Iron Gates: By Margaret Millar. New York: Random House, 1945. 241 pp.  558
Margaret N. Stone
A Clinical Contribution to the Psychopathology of the War Neuroses: Elizabeth Rosenberg. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 32–41.  559
Otto Fenichel
Cautionary Tales  559
Otto Fenichel
The Idea of a Change of Sex in Women: S. H. Foulkes. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 53–56.  559
Otto Fenichel
An Individual Point of View on Shock Therapy: A. Cyril Wilson. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 59–61.  560
Otto Fenichel
The Principles and Methods of the Training of Child Psychoanalysts: Sylvia M. Payne. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 61–64.  560
Otto Fenichel
The Tree of Life: Ernest Rappaport. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 263–272.  561
Emanuel Klein
On Spelling: Richard Sterba. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 273–276.  561
Irene Josselyn
Infantile Sources of Artistic Interests in the Neurosis of Marie Bashkirtseff: Erwin O. Christensen. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 277–312.  561
Richard Sterba
On Relations Between the Ego and the Superego: Gustav Bychowski. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 313–325.  561
Ralph R. Greenson
Introduction to Psychotherapy: Leo H. Bartemeier. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 386–398.  562
Bernhard Berliner
Observations on the Use of Chess in the Therapy of an Adolescent Boy: Joan Fleming and Samuel M. Strong. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 399–416.  562
Norman Reider
Critique of Freud's Concept of a Death Instinct: Arthur N. Foxe. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 417–427.  562
Joseph Lander
Psychological Implications of the Male Homosexual 'Marriage': Bernard S. Robbins. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 428–437.  563
Joseph Lander
Neurotic Bashfulness and Erythrophobia: Edward Hitschmann. Psa. Rev., XXX, 1943, pp. 438–447.  563
Robert Cohen
The Drawings of an Adolescent Girl Suffering from Conversion Hysteria with Amnesia: M. Naumberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 197–225.  563
Richard Sterba
Phallic Elements in Primitive, Ancient and Modern Thinking: L. R. Wolberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 278–297.  564
Bernhard Berliner
The Psychology of Ideas of Unreality with Emphasis on Feelings of Strangeness: M. D. Riemer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 316–326.  564
Joseph Lander
The Problem of Frigidity: Edmund Bergler. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 374–390.  564
Margrit Munk
The Spirogram in Certain Psychiatric Disorders: Jacob E. Finesinger. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1943, pp. 155–169.  564
Margaret S. Mahler
Results of Hospital Treatment of Alcoholism: James H. Wall and Edward B. Allen. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 474–480.  565
Joseph Lander
Psychoanalytic Perspectives: Edward A. Strecker. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 516–521.  565
George Gero
Freud's Scientific Cradle: Fritz Wittels. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 521–529.  565
Martin Grotjahn
The Process of Hypnotism and the Nature of the Hypnotic State: Lawrence S. Kubie and Sidney Margolin. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 611–623.  566
James E. Birren
The Effect of Pleasant and Unpleasant Ideas on the Respiratory Pattern (Spirogram) in Psychoneurotic Patients: Jacob E. Finesinger. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 659–667.  566
Margaret S. Mahler
Love and Anger. Two Activating Forces in Psychoanalytic Therapy: Yzette de Forest. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 15–29.  566
Otto Fenichel
Intellectuality in the Defense Transference: Maxwell Gitelson. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp., 73–86.  567
Martin Grotjahn
On the Origin of Neurosis: William V. Silverberg. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 111–120.  568
Martin Grotjahn
A Projection Returns and Materializes: Fritz Moellenhoff. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, No. 3, pp. 3–13.  568
Otto Fenichel
The Misapprehended Oracle: Otto Fenichel. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, No. 3, pp. 14–24.  569
Edith Weigert
Where Child Analysis Stands Today: Beata Rank. Amer. Imago, III, 1942, No. 3, pp. 41–60.  569
Edith Buxbaum
The Respective Importance of Reality and Fantasy in the Genesis of Female Homosexuality: Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 27–48.  570
Joseph Lander
A Psychoanalytic Study of Three Types of Criminals: R. Nevitt Sanford. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 57–68.  570
Margrit Munk
Diary of Fellatio. Terrorization and its Unconscious Counterpart: P. Lionel Goitein. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V. 1943, pp. 95–113.  571
Bernhard Berliner
The Critical Moment in Psychotherapy: Maxwell Gitelson. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1942, No. 6.  571
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychodynamics of Authority with Relation to Some Psychiatric Problems in Officers: Norman Reider. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, pp. 55–58.  571
Ralph R. Greenson
A Psychosomatic Study of Hypoglycæmic Fatigue: Franz Alexander and Sidney A. Portis. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 191–206.  572
Martin Grotjahn
Rheumatic Disease with Special Reference to Psychosomatic Diagnosis and Treatment: Flanders Dunbar. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 206–211.  572
Martin Grotjahn
Narcolepsy as a Type of Response to Emotional Conflicts: Orthello R. Langworthy and Barbara J. Betz. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 211–226.  572
Martin Grotjahn
A Neuropsychiatric View of German Culture and the Treatment of Germany: Richard M. Brickner and L. Vosburgh Lyons. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCVIII, 1943, pp. 281–293.  573
Martin Grotjahn
Physiology of Schizophrenic Thinking: G. Bychowski. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCVIII, 1943, pp. 368–387.  573
Otto Fenichel
Dissolution of the Ego, Mannerism and Delusion of Grandeur: Robert C. Bak. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCVIII, 1943, pp. 457–464.  573
Edith Weigert
The Pubertal Struggle Against the Instincts: Joseph Lander. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 456–462.  574
A. H. Vander
Collaborative Psychiatric Therapy of Parent-Child Problems: Stanislaus Szurek, Adelaide Johnson, Eugene Falstein. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry. XII, 1942, pp. 511–517.  574
A. H. Vander
Psychiatric Care of Children in Wartime: Elisabeth R. Geleerd. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 589–594.  575
A. H. Vander
The Effects of Incest on the Participants: Paul Sloane and Eva Karpinski. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XII, 1942, pp. 666–674.  576
A. H. Vander
Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department: IV, No. 2, 1945, pp. 133–137.  577
R. G.
The Marihuana Addict in the Army: Eli Marcovitz and Henry I. Myers. War Med. V, 1944, pp. 382–394.  578
Otto Fenichel
Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Psychoanalytic Therapy of Problem Drinkers: Simon Weijl. Quarterly J. of Studies on Alcohol, V, 1944, pp. 200–211.  578
Bernhard Berliner
Hypertension in Only One of Identical Twins. Report of a Case with Consideration of Psychosomatic Factors: Meyer Friedman and J. S. Kasanin. Arch. of Internal Med., LXXII, 1943, pp. 767–774.  578
Martin Grotjahn
A Study of Treason: A. M. Meerloo. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXV, 1945, pp. 27–33.  579
Henry Lowenfeld
La Despersonalización Desde El Punto De Vista De La Psicopatológia General. (Depersonalization from the Point of View of General Psychopathology): E. Eduardo Krapf. Rev. de la Univ. de Buenos Aires (Tercera Eopca), LIX, No. 2, March 1944.  579
Angel Garma
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