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Volume 15 (1946)

Smith Ely Jelliffe—October 27, 1866—september 25, 1945  1
Gregory Zilboorg
The Function of Drawings and the Meaning of the 'Creative Spell' in a Schizophrenic Artist  6
Else Pappenheim, M.D. and Ernst Kris, Ph.D.
Telepathy and Problems of Psychoanalysis  32
Jule Eisenbud, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and History the Nibelungs and the Bible  88
Fritz Wittels, M.D.
Freud: Master and Friend: By Hanns Sachs. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1944. 189 pp.  104
R. G.
David Eder. Memoirs of a Modern Pioneer: Edited by J. B. Hobman. Foreword by Sigmund Freud. Special Contributions by Edward Glover, Leonard Stein, Harry Roberts, and Sir Wyndham Deedes. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1945. 215 pp.  106
B. D. L.
Experimental Basis for Neurotic Behavior. Origin and Development of Artificially Produced Disturbances of Behavior in Dogs: By W. Horsley Gantt, M.D. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1944. 211 pp.  106
Carl M. Herold
Men Under Stress: By Roy R. Grinker, Lt. Colonel, M.C., A.A.F., and John P. Spiegel, Major, M.C., A.A.F. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co., 1945. 484 pp.  109
Lawrence S. Kubie
The Sexual Cycle in Women. The Relation Between Ovarian Function and Psychodynamic Processes: By Therese Benedek, M.D., and Boris B. Rubenstein, M.D. Psychosomatic Medicine Monographs Volume III, Nos. I and and II. Published with the sponsorship of the Committee on Problems of Neurotic Behavior, Division of Anthropology and Psychology, National Research Council, Washington, D. C., 1942. 307 pp.  112
Edward Weiss
Symptoms of Visceral Disease: By Francis Marion Pottenger, M.D. Sixth Edition. St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Co., 1944. 442 pp.  114
Felix Deutsch
War, Crime and the Covenant: By Géza Róheim, Ph.D., with an introduction by A. A. Brill, M.D. Journal of Clinical Psychopathology Monograph Series No. I. Monticello, N. Y.: Medical Journal Press, 1945. 160 pp.  115
George J. Mohr
Navaho Witchcraft: By Clyde Kluckhohn. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of American Archeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1944. 149 pp.  116
Géza Róheim
Man's Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race: By M. F. Ashley Montagu. Second Edition. New York: Columbia University Press, 1945. 304 pp.  120
B. D. L.
'Young Man, you are Normal': By Earnest Hooton. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1945. 210 pp.  121
R. G.
The Attendant's Guide: By Edith M. Stern in collaboration with Mary E. Corcoran, R.N. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1945. 104 pp.  122
Hester B. Crutcher
Patients have Families: By Henry B. Richardson, M.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1945. 408 pp.  123
Le Roy
The Handbook of Industrial Psychology: By May Smith. New York: Philosophical Library, 1944. 304 pp.  125
Austin Des Lauriers
Work and the Instincts: Barbara Lantos. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 114–119.  127
Otto Fenichel
Theory, Practice, and Public Relations: Marjorie Brierley. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 119–125.  127
Otto Fenichel
On the Concepts of Psychological Health and Illness: Walter Hollitscher. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 125–140.  128
Otto Fenichel
Determinism and Psychoanalysis: J. O. Wisdom. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 140–147.  129
Otto Fenichel
Some Considerations on Psychic Reality: John M. Dorsey. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 147–151.  129
Otto Fenichel
The Rôle of Menstruation in Human Phylogenesis and Ontogenesis: C. D. Daly. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 151–170.  129
Otto Fenichel
A Study of the Psychology of Sexual Abstinence from the Dreams of an Ascetic: Sarasi Lal Sarkar. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 170–176.  130
Otto Fenichel
Notes on the Conversion of John Bunyan: A Study in English Puritanism: W. N. Evans. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 176–185.  130
Otto Fenichel
Notes on Commercial Movie Technique: John Pratt. Int. J. Psa., XXIV, 1943, pp. 185–188.  131
Otto Fenichel
An Analysis of a Case of Functional Vomiting and Bulimia: C. E. Leonard. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 1–18.  132
Robert Cohen
Collective Defense Mechanisms Against Homosexuality: Fritz Wittels. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 19–33.  132
Irene M. Josselyn
The Contribution of Psychoanalysis to the Civilian Defense Program: Jules H. Massermann. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 34–39.  133
Ralph R. Greenson
On a Clinical Approach to the Psychoanalysis of Writers: Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 40–70.  133
Richard Sterba
A Contribution to the Origin of Strindberg's Miss Julia: Emil Offenbacher. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 81–87.  135
Richard Sterba
The Novel as Catharsis: Ruth Morris. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 88–104.  135
Richard Sterba
Release of Aggressions Through Play Therapy for a Ten-Year-Old Patient at a Child Guidance Clinic: Joseph Andriola. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 71–80.  135
Edith Buxbaum
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Otto Fenichel—December 2, 1897–january 22, 1946  139
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
Ruth Mack Brunswick—February 17, 1897–january 24, 1946  141
Herman Nunberg
On Acting  144
Otto Fenichel
The Genesis of Reality Testing a General Theory of Hallucination  161
Angel Garma, M.D.
Dreams and Acting out  175
Richard Sterba, M.D.
Unconscious Factors in Group Therapy  180
Geraldine Pederson-Krag, M.D.
Psychology of Time Perception  190
Edmund Bergler, M.D. and Géza Róheim, Ph.D.
Bibliography: List of English Translations of Freud's Works  207
James Strachey
Freudianism and the Literary Mind: By Frederick J. Hoffman. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1945. 346 pp.  226
Ernst Kris
Our Age of Unreason: A Study of the Irrational Forces in Social Life. By Franz Alexander. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1942. 371 pp.  234
Carl M. Herold
A Psychologist Looks at Love: By Theodor Reik. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. 300 pp.  237
Jule Eisenbud
Will Therapy and Truth and Reality: By Otto Rank. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. 305 pp.  239
P. H. T.
Psychoses with Rheumatic Brain Disease and Other Late Cerebral Sequelæ Of Rheumatic Fever: (Collected Reprints.) Vol. II. By Walter L. Bruetsch, M.D. Indianapolis: Central State Hospital, 1944. Various pagination.  240
Charles Davison
Psychotherapy with Children: By Frederick H. Allen, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. 1942. 311 pp.  240
Marie H. Briehl
Personal Mental Hygiene: By Dom Thomas Verner Moore. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1944. 323 pp.  243
R. G.
The Psychiatry of Robert Burton: By Bergen Evans in consultation with George J. Mohr, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. 129 pp.  245
Helen V. McLean
The Eternal Ones of the Dream: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Australian Myth and Ritual. By Géza Róheim, Ph.D. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 270 pp.  249
Martin Grotjahn
Conscience and Society: A Study of the Psychological Prerequisites of Law and Order. By Ranyard West, M.D., Ph.D. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1945. 261 pp.  250
Harold D. Lasswell
Crime and the Human Mind: By David Abrahamsen, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. 244 pp.  251
Henry Lowenfeld
Men, Mind and Power: By David Abrahamsen, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1945. 155 pp.  252
Percy Winner
Mental Abnormality and Crime: Edited by L. Radzinowicz and J. W. C. Turner. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1944. 316 pp.  255
Philip R. Lehrman
Readjusting With the Returning Servicemen: Proceedings of the Institute; under the auspices of and published by The Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene. Chicago: 1945. 156 pp.  257
R. G.
A Dream Under General Anæsthesia: Paul Federn. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 422–439.  259
Edith Weigert
A Paranoid Syndrome in a Twelve-Year-Old Boy: Valerie Handzel. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 439–459.  259
Maxwell Gitelson
Historical Sidelights on the Problem of Delinquency: Gregory Zilboorg. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 757–762.  260
H. M. Serota
Schizophrenia in a Four-Year-Old Boy: H. Robert Blank, Olive Cushing Smith, Hilda Bruch. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, C, 1944, pp. 805–811.  260
Maxwell Gitelson
Observations on the Pattern of Anxiety: D. Ewen Cameron. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 36–42.  260
Carel Van Der Heide
The Nature of the Psychogenic Cure: C. P. Oberndorf. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 91–97.  261
Joseph Lander
Symptomatology and Management of Acute Grief: Erich Lindemann. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 141–149.  261
Eli Marcovitz
The Contribution of Psychiatry to Psychoanalysis: Leo H. Bartemeier. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 205–210.  261
George Gero
Induction Psychiatry: H. H. Goldstein and W. Rottersman. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 210–215.  262
Ralph R. Greenson
Brief Psychotherapy in Diabetes Mellitus: George E. Daniels. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 121–128.  262
Martin Grotjahn
Psychotherapy and 'Giving Love'. With Special Reference to the Therapy of Children by Psychiatric Social Workers: Nathan W. Ackerman. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 129–137.  262
Martin Grotjahn
Balinese Character. A Critical Comment: Kurt R. Eissler. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 139–144.  263
Martin Grotjahn
Psychiatry and the Army: William C. Menninger. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 175–181.  263
Otto Fenichel
Suppositions about the 'Mechanism of Criminosis': Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 215–246.  264
Carel Van Der Heide
Raskolnikov, the Study of a Criminal: I. Atkins. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 255–281.  264
Ralph R. Greenson
Group Sex Conferences as a Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Pedagogic Method: Frank J. Curran, Bernard V. Strauss, B. Frank Vogel. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V. 1943, pp. 289–303.  264
Emanuel Windholz
A Psychosocial Study of Primitive Conceptions of Death: F. S. Caprio. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1943, pp. 303–319.  265
Robert Cohen
Freud's Early Childhood: Siegfried Bernfeld and Suzanne Cassirer-Bernfeld. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, pp. 107–115.  265
Ralph R. Greenson
Military Psychiatry Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, No. 5.  266
Ralph R. Greenson
Criteria for Therapy in Psychosomatic Disorders: Flanders Dunbar and Jacob Arlow. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 283–286.  266
Carel Van Der Heide
Some Psychological Aspects of Sexual Promiscuity: E. D. Wittkower and J. Cowan. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 287–294.  267
Jacob Kasanin
Urinary Control and Enuresis: J. Louise Despert. Psychosomatic Med., VI, 1944, pp. 294–307.  267
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychoanalytic Orientation in Family Casework—Round Table 1942: Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XIII, 1943, pp. 1–33.  268
A. H. Vander
Psychodynamic Aspects of the Reading Problem: Emmy Sylvester and Mary S. Kunst. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XIII, 1943, pp. 69–76.  270
A. H. Vander
Prognosis in Schizophrenia: Louis S. Chase and Samuel Silverman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCVIII, 1943, pp. 464–474.  270
Julius I. Steinfeld
Mediate Psychotherapy and the Acute Homosexual Panic (Kempf's Disease): Ben Karpman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCVIII, 1943, pp. 493–506.  270
Bernhard Berliner
Iatrogenic Heart Disease: A Common Cardiac Neurosis: Alfred Auerback and P. A. Gliebe. J. Amer. Med. Assn., CXXIX, 1945, pp 338–341  271
R. G.
Directive Psychotherapy: I. Reassurance.: J. S. Andrews. J. of Clinical Psychology, I, 1945, pp. 52–66.  271
J. E. Birren
The Awareness of Self and the Structure of the Ego: Isidor Chein. Psychological Review, LI, 1944, pp. 304–314.  272
J. E. Birren
Neuroses in Native African Troops.: L. A. Nichols. J. of Mental Science, XC, 1944, pp. 862–868.  272
Eli Marcovitz
Patologia General Y Psiquismo (General Pathology and the Mind): E. Eduardo Krapf. Rev. de la Univ. de Buenos Aires (Tercera Epoca), III, October 1944, p. 65.  273
Angel Garma
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Some Remarks on Freud's Place in the History of Science  279
Otto Fenichel
Masochism in Paranoia  285
Robert C. Bak, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Study of Ulcerative Colitis in Children  302
Melitta Sperling, M.D.
A Case of Sterility  330
Edith Jacobson, M.D.
A Depression which Recurred Annually  351
George Frumkes, M.C.
The Psychology of Women: By Helene Deutsch, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1944 and 1945. 2 vols. 905 pp.  365
G. Z.
The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis: By Otto Fenichel, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., Inc. 1945. 703 pp.  369
H. Sachs
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child: Vol. I, 1945. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 423 pp.  371
Augusta Alpert
Hypnoanalysis: By Lewis R. Wolberg. New York: Grune & Strattan, 1945. 342 pp.  377
Charles Fisher
Psychiatrische Untersuchungen an Einer Serie Von Zwillingen. (Psychiatric Research on a Series of Twins.): By Erik Essen-Moeller. Copenhagen: Ejnar Munksgaard, 1941. 200 pp.  380
H. Hartmann
Psychiatry in Modern Warfare: By Edward A. Strecker, M.D. and Kenneth E. Appel, M.D. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1945. 88 pp.  382
M. Ralph Kaufman
Rorschach's Test. II. a Variety of Personality Pictures: By Samuel J. Beck, Ph.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1945. 400 pp.  383
Frederic S. Weil
Rorschach Psychology: By Paul Maslow. New York. Brooklyn College Press, 1945. 149 pp.  387
William F. Murphy
Manual for Psychoadiagnostic Inkblots: By M. R. Harrower, Ph.D., and M. E. Steiner, M. A. (Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation). New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc. 1945. 112 pp.  390
William F. Murphy
The Governing of Men: By Alexander H. Leighton, Lt. Commander, M.C., U.S.N.R. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton Univercity Press, 1945. 404 pp.  391
Leon J. Saul
A Guide on Alcoholism for Social Workers: By Robert V. Seliger, M.D., in collaboration with Victoria Cranford. Baltimore: Alcoholism Publications, 1945. 94 pp.  392
Hester B. Crutcher
Language, Behavior and Dynamic Psychiatry: Jules H. Masserman. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 1–8.  394
Otto Fenichel
A Further Contribution to the Study of Slips of the Tongue: Ludwig Eidelberg. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 8–13.  394
Otto Fenichel
On the 'Need to Know' as Related to Identification and Acting out: Minna Emch. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 13–19.  395
Otto Fenichel
A Suicidal Symptom in a Child of Three: Marion Milner. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 53–61.  395
Otto Fenichel
Psychoanalytic Fragments: A. A. Brill. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 121–127.  396
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychoanalytic Remarks on Fromm's Book, Escape from Freedom: Otto Fenichel. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 133–152.  396
Ralph R. Greenson
Freud on Leonardo Da Vinci: Erwin O. Christensen. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 153–164.  397
Richard Sterba
The Fear of False Teeth: H. S. Darlington. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 181–194.  397
Géza Róheim
Bird Language in Schizophrenia: L. Kerschbaumer. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 195–196.  398
Otto Fenichel
Psychosomatic Aspects of Allergy: L. J. Karnosh. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 618–625.  398
Carel Van Der Heide
An Objective Approach to the Personality and Environment in Homosexuality: Carl H. Jonas. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 626–641.  398
Bernhard Berliner
Psychological Adjustment of Soldiers to Army and to Civilian Life: G. B. Chisholm. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 300–303.  399
Ralph R. Greenson
Preventive Psychiatry with Combat Troops: Herbert X. Spiegel. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 310–316.  399
Ralph R. Greenson
Aftermath of Operational Fatigue in Combat Aircews: Milton L. Miller. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 325–331.  399
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychiatry for Children: Lawson G. Lowrey. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1944, pp. 375–388.  400
Roberta Crutcher
A Variety of Furlough Psychoses: Herbert M. Fox. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 207–213.  400
Otto Fenichel
Ferenczi's Contribution to Psychoanalysis: Clara Thompson. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 245–252.  400
Therese Benedek
Psychopathology of Impostors: Edmund Bergler. J. of Criminal Psychopathology, V, 1944, pp. 695–714.  401
Bernhard Berliner
Pediatrics Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VIII, 1944, No. 6.  402
 
Pediatrics and Psychiatry: Karl Menninger. Pp. 167–169.  402
 
The Pediatrician and the Child: Robert L. Worthington. Pp. 170–177.  402
 
A Common Type of Anorexia Seen in Run-About Children: C. Anderson Aldrich. Pp. 185–187.  403
 
Behavior Problems and Habit Disturbances in Pre-Adolescent Children: Their Meaning and Management: Robert P. Knight. Pp. 188–199.  403
 
The Pediatrician and the Evaluation of Emotional Maladjustments in Children: Eunice M. Leitch. Pp. 200–204.  403
 
Mothering, Feeding and Toilet Training in Infants: Elisabeth R. Geleerd. Pp. 178–184.  403
 
The Psychological Testing of Children: Intelligence and Emotional Adjustment: Sibylle K. Escalona and David Rapaport. Pp. 205–210.  404
 
The Rôle of the Social Case Worker in the Boarding Home Plan of the Southard School: Dorothy G. Wright. Pp. 211–215.  404
Ralph R. Greenson
The Treatment of Aggression. Round Table Discussion: Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XIII, 1943, pp. 384–440.  404
A. H. Vander
Some Aspects of the Etiology and Treatment of Schizophrenia: Joseph Perlson. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCIX, 1944, pp. 243–249.  406
Edith Weigert
Wartime Ocular Neuroses: David O. Harrington. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease. XCIX. 1944, pp. 622–630.  407
Otto Fenichel
Psychiatry and Industry: Lawrence S. Kubie. Mental Hygiene, XXIX, 1945, pp. 201–208.  407
Otto Fenichel
Psychosomatic Medicine on General Medical Wards: William C. Menninger. Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Dept., IV, No. 5, 1945, pp. 545–550.  408
R. G.
Neuropsychiatric Examination of Military Personnel Recovered from Japanese Prison Camps  408
Mark Kanzer
Incidence of Somatization Reactions in Psychoneurotic Disorders: (Report submitted by Lt. Col. Norman A. Brill, M.C., Office of the Surgeon General.) Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Dept., V, No. 4, April 1946.  409
Mark Kanzer
The Battle Neurosis: Morris W. Brody. Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Dept., V, No. 4, April 1946.  409
Mark Kanzer
In Times Like These…some Psychiatric Aspects of the Returned Soldier: Samuel Futterman. The Family, XXV, 1944, pp. 312–314.  409
Margrit Munk
The Neurotic Dyspeptic Soldier: S. D. Mitchell and C. S. Mullin. Journal of Mental Science, XC, No. 381, 1944, pp. 869–875.  410
Robert A. Cohen
Wartime Psychiatry in Britain: E. E. Krapf. Britannica, XXXI, 1944, No. 4, pp. 11–28, and No. 5, pp. 15–34.  410
Ralph R. Greenson
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Remarks on Accepting Nomination for Presidency of the American Psychoanalytic Association  413
William C. Menninger
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Sleep, the Mouth, and the Dream Screen  419
Bertram D. Lewin, M.D.
Constant Elements in Psychotherapy  435
C. P. Oberndorf, M.D.
Fetishism and Object Choice in Early Childhood  450
M. Wulff, M.D.
On Querulance  472
Melitta Schmideberg, M.D.
The Oedipus Complex and Infantile Sexuality  503
Géza Róheim, Ph.D.
Lectures on Psychoanalytic Psychiatry: By A. A. Brill, M.D. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1946. 292 pp.  509
Philip R. Lehrman
The Yearbook of Psychoanalysis. Volume I, 1945: Edited by Sandor Lorand. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 370 pp.  510
Jule Eisenbud
Psychiatry Today and Tomorrow: By Samuel Zachary Orgel, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 514 pp.  511
Robert P. Knight
The Human Mind: By Karl A. Menninger, M.D. Third Revised and Corrected Edition. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. 517 pp.  512
Jule Eisenbud
Case Studies in the Psychopathology of Crime. A Reference Source for Researchin Criminal Material. Vol. II: By Ben Karpman, M.D. Washington, D. C.: Medical Science Press, 1944. 738 pp.  512
William Healy
Psychology of Sex Relations: By Theodor Reik. New York and Toronto: Farrar & Reinhart, Inc., 1945. 243 pp.  523
George J. Mohr
Emotional Problems of Living—Avoiding the Neurotic Pattern: By O. Spurgeon English, M.D. and Gerald H. J. Pearson, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., Inc. 1945. 438 pp.  525
Nathaniel Ross
Personality in Arterial Hypertension: By C. A. L. Binger, N. W. Ackerman, A. E. Cohn, H. A. Schroeder, J. M. Steele. Published under the sponsorship of The American Society for Research in Psychosomatic Problems, New York, 1945. 230 pp.  527
Edward Weiss
Aviation Neuro-Psychiatry: By R. N. Ironside, M.B., F.R.C.P. and I. R. C. Batchelor, M.B. Baltimore: William Wood & Co., 1945. 167 pp.  530
Alexander Halperin
Recent Progress in Psychiatry  531
William Needles
A Handbook of Psychiatry: By Louis J. Karnosh, M.D. with the collaboration of Edward M. Tucker, M.D. St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Company, 1945. 302 pp.  534
Carel Van Der Heide
Everyday Psychiatry: By John D. Campbell, M.D., Commander, M.C., U.S.N.R. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1945. 333 pp.  535
Carel Van Der Heide
Total War and the Human Mind: By Major A. M. Meerloo. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 78 pp.  536
Winfred Overholser
Victoria Through the Looking-Glass: By Florence Becker Lennon. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1945. 387 pp.  537
Margaret Jones Gill
A Case of Stammering: Ruth D. Usher. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 61–70.  540
Otto Fenichel
Endopsychic Structure Considered in Terms of Object-Relationships: W.R.D. Fairbairn. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 70–93.  541
Otto Fenichel
Neurotic 'Acting Out' as a Basis for Sexual Promiscuity: J. Kasanin. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 221–232.  543
Robert Cohen
The Treatise of the Two Married Women and the Widow: K. M. Abenheimer and J. L. Halliday. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 233–252.  543
Richard Sterba
Eight Prerequisites for the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Homosexuality: Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 253–286.  544
Irene M. Josselyn
The Meaning of Asthma: Ethan Allan Brown and P. Lionel Goitein. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 299–306.  544
Carel Van Der Heide
The Aztec Indian and the Greek Horse: J. C. Moloney. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 307–315.  545
Otto Fenichel
Fantasy Objects in Chidren: Jack Rapoport. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 316–321.  545
Edith Buxbaum
A Savoyard Note on the Freudian Theory of Manic-Depressive Psychosis: Saul Rosenzweig. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 336–339.  545
Richard Sterba
A Note on the Treatment of Aggression in Emotionally Disturbed Children: L. R. Wolberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 667–673.  546
Edith Buxbaum
Positive Transference in Schizophrenia: D. A. Barbara. Psychiatric Quarterly, XVIII, 1944, pp. 674–686.  546
Carel Van Der Heide
Narcolepsy. I. Combat Experience of a Soldier with Narcolepsy: Howard D. Fabing. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LIV, 1945, pp. 367–371.  547
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychologic Studies on a Patient who Received Two Hundred and Forty-Eight Shock Treatments: Joseph Perlson. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LIV, 1945, pp. 409–411.  547
Ralph R. Greenson
Masculine and Feminine. Some Biological and Cultural Aspects: Gregory Zilboorg. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 257–296.  547
Martin Grotjahn
Divided Loyalty in War. A Study of Coöperation with the Enemy: Bingham Dai. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 327–340.  548
Martin Grotjahn
Dynamic Patterns in Group Psychotherapy: Nathan W. Ackerman. Psychiatry, VII, 1944, pp. 341–348.  549
Martin Grotjahn
An Unconscious Determinant in 'Native Son': Frederic Wertham. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1944, pp. 111–116.  549
Richard Sterba
The Psychosis that Psychiatry Refuses to Face: Hervey Cleckley. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1944, pp. 117–129.  549
Frederick J. Hacker
Psychoanalysis and Brief Psychotherapy: Emil A. Gutheil. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1944, pp. 207–230.  550
H. M. Serota
Psychosomatic Regression in Therapeutic Epilepsy: Thomas D. Power. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 279–290.  550
Ralph R. Greenson
The Purpose and Fate of a Skin Disorder: Lester W. Sontag. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 306–310.  550
Martin Grotjahn
Sleep Paralysis and Combat Fatigue: Carel Van der Heide and Jack Weinberg. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 330–334.  551
Martin Grotjahn
Correlation Between Emotions and Carbohydrate Metabolism in Two Cases of Diabetes Mellitus: Albrecht Meyer, Ludolf N. Bollmeier and Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 335–341.  551
Martin Grotjahn
Levels and Applications of Group Therapy: Round Table. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XIV, 1944, pp. 478–608.  552
A. H. Vander
The Closeup of Psychosexual Gratification: W. Eliasberg. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCIX, 1944, pp. 179–195.  553
Richard Sterba
The Psychological Structure of the Obsessive Neurosis: J. S. Kasanin. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCIX, 1944, pp. 672–692.  553
Edith Weigert
The 'Placing-Into-Mouth' and Coprophagic Habits: Silvano Arieti. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, XCIX, 1944, pp. 959–964  554
Otto Fenichel
Somnambulism in the Armed Forces: Samuel A. Sandler. Mental Hygiene, XXIX, 1945, pp. 236–247.  554
Lincoln Rahman
The Hospital Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed Children: Lewis R. Wolberg. Mental Hygiene XXIX, 1945, pp. 395–403.  555
Margaret S. Mahler
Enlisted Men with Overseas Service Discharged from the Army Because of Psychoneurosis: A Follow-Up Study: Norman Q. Brill, Mildred C. Tate, William C. Menninger. Mental Hygiene XXIX, 1945, pp. 677–692.  555
Carel Van Der Heide
Toward a Dynamic Psychology of Cognition: Edna Heidbreder. Psychological Rev., LII, 1945, pp. 1–22.  556
James E. Birren
Physiological Differentiation of Emotional States: M. B. Arnold. Psychological Rev., LII, 1945, pp. 35–47.  556
James E. Birren
The Psychological Self, the Ego, and Personality: Peter A. Bertocci. Psychological Rev., LII, 1945, pp. 91–99.  557
J. E. Birren
Psychogenic Incontinence of Fæces (Encopresis) in Children: Edward Lehman. Amer. J. of Diseases of Children, LXVIII, 1944, pp. 190–199.  557
Margaret S. Mahler
Psychopathology of Ingratitude: Edmund Bergler. Diseases of the Nervous System, VI, 1945, pp. 226–229.  557
Otto Fenichel
Racial and Religious Prejudice in Everyday Living: The Journal of Social Issues, I, 1945, Nos. 1 and 2, 56 pp. each.  557
Henry Lowenfield
British and German Psychiatry in the Second Half of the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century: Max Neuburger. Bulletin of the History of Med., XVIII, 1945, p. 121.  558
Norman Reider
Neurosis and Sexuality: Eliot Slater. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 12–15.  558
Otto Fenichel
An Account of Lowenfeld Technique in a Child Guidance Clinic, with a Survey of Therapeutic Play Technique in Great Britain and U. S. A.: Phyllis M. Traill. Journal of Mental Science, XCI, No. 382, 1945, pp. 43–78.  559
Maxwell Gitelson
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