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Volume 22 (1953)

Clinical and Therapeutic Aspects of Character Resistance  1
Richard F. Sterba, M.D.
Some Implications for Psychoanalysis of Modern Concepts of the Organization of the Brain  21
Lawrence S. Kubie, M.D.
Discussion  52
 
Premonition as a Defense  68
Martin H. Stein, M.D.
Two Kinds of Romantic Love  75
William N. Evans
The Unconscious Significance of the Corner of a Building  86
Morris W. Brody, M.D.
Trauma, Growth, and Personality: By Phyllis Greenacre, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1952. 328 pp.  88
Gerard Fountain
Childhood Experience and Personal Destiny. A Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis: By william V. Silverberg. New York: Springer Publishing Co., Inc., 1952. 289 pp.  89
William G. Barrett
Our Age of Unreason: By Franz Alexander, M.D. Revised Edition. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1951. 338 pp.  93
Douglass W. Orr
Introduction to a Psychoanalytic Psychiatry  95
R. C. Hendricks
General Theory of Neuroses: By Rudolf Brun, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1951. 469 pp.  97
Charles Davison
Schizophrenic Art: Its Meaning in Psychotherapy: By Margaret Naumburg. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1950. 247 pp.  98
Ernst Kris
Der Surrealismus. Eine Einführung Und Deutung Surrealistischer Literatur Und Malerei (Surrealism. An Introduction and Interpretation of Surrealist Literature and Paintings): By Dieter Wyss. Heidelberg: Verlag Lambert Schneider, 1950. 88 pp.  101
Else Pappenheim
Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior. The Hixon Symposium: Edited by Lloyd A. Jeffress. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1951. 311 pp.  105
Mortimer Ostow
The Forgotten Language: An Introduction to the Understanding of Dreams, Fairy Tales and Myths: By Erich Fromm. New York: Rinehart & Co., Inc., 1951. 263 pp.  108
Henry Lowenfeld
Anωmaλoi Xapakthpeσ Eiσ To Apxaion Δpama. (Abnormal Characters in the Ancient Drama): By D. Kouretas. Athens, Greece: The Greek Psychoanalytic Group, 1951. 325 pp.  110
George Lyketsos
Therapeutic Studies on Psychotics: By Julius I. Steinfeld, M.D. Des Plaines, Illinois: Forest Press, 1951. 262 pp.  112
Eugene Meyer
The Love and Fear of Flying: By Douglas D. Bond. New York: International Universities Press, 1952. 190 pp.  113
William Needles
One Little Boy: By Dorothy W. Baruch. New York: Julian Press, Inc., 1952. 242 pp.  115
Melitta Sperling
Problems of Infancy and Childhood. Transactions of the Third Conference, March 7-8, 1949. New York, N. Y.: Edited by Milton J. E. Senn, M.D. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1949. 156 pp.  115
Marie H. Briehl
Social Treatment in Probation and Delinquency: By Pauline V. Young, Ph.D. Foreword by Roscoe Pound. New Second Edition. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York: 1952. 536 pp.  118
Walter Bromberg
Report of the Governor's Study Commission on the Deviated Criminal Sex Offender: Detroit, Michigan: G. Mennen Williams, Governor, 1951. Reverend Ralph M. Richards, Chairman. 245 pp.  119
Walter Bromberg
Toward a General Theory of Action: Edited by Talcott Parsons and Edward A. Shils. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1951. 506 pp.  120
Warner Muensterberger
The Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: Time Experience and the Mechanism of Isolation. K. R. Eissler. Pp. 1–21.  123
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: Psychoanalysis and the Autonomic Nervous System. Thomas S. Szasz. Pp. 115–151.  123
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: A Psychoanalytic Study of Migraine and Psychogenic Headache. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 152–163.  124
Joseph Lander
American Journal of Psychiatry. CVIII, 1952: Recording the Findings of the Psychological Examination ('Mental Status'). Karl A. Menninger. Pp. 600–609.  124
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CVIII, 1952: The Role of Insight in Psychotherapy. John R. Reid and Jacob E. Feinsinger. Pp. 726–735.  124
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CVIII, 1952: The Original Case Material of Psychoanalysis. Charles E. Goshen. Pp. 829–834.  125
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CVIII, 1952: Advisability of Undertaking Psychotherapy Against the Will of the Patient. Robert P. Odenwald. P. 856.  125
Mark Kanzer
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVI, 1952: A Contribution to the Study of the Phenomenon of Resistance. L. Eidelberg. Pp. 177–204.  125
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVI, 1952: On A Specific Source of Resistance in Psychotherapy Hitherto Underestimated: The Quasi-Moral Connotation of Neurotic Symptoms. E. Bergler. Pp. 250–269.  126
Joseph Biernoff
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Freud's Sociological Thinking. Fritz Schmidl. Pp. 1–13.  126
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Hypnotherapy in the Treatment of Alcoholism. Aaron Paley. Pp. 14–19.  127
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: A Case of Character Disorder. Hedwig Schwarz. Pp. 20–30.  127
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Freud's First Year in Practice, 1886–1887. Siegfried Bernfeld and Susanne Cassirer Bernfeld. Pp. 37–49.  127
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: The Day Hospital As An Extension of Psychiatric Treatment. Ruth I. Barnard, Lewis L. Robbins and Fred M. Tetzlaff. Pp. 50–56.  127
Ralph R. Greenson
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXII, 1952: Mental Health and Current Mores. Bruno Bettelheim. Pp. 76–88.  128
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXII, 1952: The Role of the Child Analyst as a Consultant. Editha Sterba. Pp. 127–137.  128
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXII, 1952: The Body Image of Schizophrenic Children Following Electroshock Therapy. Lauretta Bender and W. R. Keeler. Pp. 335–355.  128
Mark Kanzer
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Life Situations, Emotions and Backache. Thomas H. Holmes and Harold G. Wolff. Pp. 18–33.  129
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Correlation Between Fluctuation of Anxiety and Quantity of Hippuric Acid Excretion. Harold Persky, Stanford R. Gamm and Roy R. Grinker. Pp. 34–40.  129
Norman Reider
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVI, 1951: Precipitating Factors in Neuroses and Psychoses: Impressions and Reflections During Twenty-five Years' Observation of a Large Number of Cases, of Which Forty-Five Presented an Uncommon Opportunity for Follow-up Study to the Present Time. Alfred Gordon. Pp. 571–579.  129
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVI, 1951: Observations on Effect of Corticotrophin in Schizophrenia: A Preliminary Report. Gilber H. Glaser and Paul H. Hoch. Pp. 697–699.  130
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVI, 1951: Amnesia—Its Integrative Analysis in Psychopathological Orientation. Lewis J. Siegal. Pp. 700–707.  130
Leo Rangell
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXIV, 1951: Homeostatic Studies in Patients with So-Called Psychosomatic Disease (Peptic Ulcer). Charles Rupp, Helena E. Riggs, Russell S. Boles and Paul S. Shore. Pp. 384–390.  130
 
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXIV, 1951: The Relationship Between Psychoses and Visceral Crises. Clarence W. Olsen. Pp. 396–399.  130
 
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXIV, 1951: The Cortical Components of Akinetic Mutism. J. M. Nielsen. Pp. 459–461.  131
 
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXIV, 1951: Glutamic Acid and Mental Deficiency. K. Albert, P. Hoch and H. Waelsch. Pp. 471–491.  131
Leo Rangell
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: Experimental and Specific Types of Group Psychotherapy in a General Hospital. Aaron Stein, Daniel M. Lipshutz, Samuel R. Rosen, Ellis Mischel and Jack Sheps. Pp. 10–23.  132
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: Operational Sequence in Group Therapy with Young Offenders. James J. Thorpe and Bernard Smith. Pp. 24–33.  132
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: Some Problems in Group Psychotherapy As Seen By Private Practitioners. S. R. Slavson. Pp. 54–66.  132
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: Report to the World Federation For Mental Health. S. R. Slavson Marjorie Holden, Abraham A. Fabian, Simon Tulchin, Jessie E. Crampton, Helen P. Langner, Harris Peck, Betty Gabriel, Saul Scheidlinger, Hyman Spotnitz. Pp. 71–82, 172–185.  132
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: The Effect of Group Therapy For Mothers On Their Children. Betty Gabriel and Anita Halpert. Pp. 159–171.  134
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Journal of Personality. XVI, 1947: A Study of the Novels of Charlotte and Emily Brontë as an Expression of Their Personalities. Harold Grier McCurdy. Pp. 109–152.  134
 
Journal of Personality. XVI, 1947: Personality and Culture in a Guatemalan Community. Otto Billig, John Gillin and William Davidson. Pp. 153–187.  134
 
Journal of Personality. XVI, 1947: Testing the Claims of a Graphologist. Gerald R. Pascal and Barbara Suttell. Pp. 192–197.  135
Roy Schafer
Journal of Personality. XV, XVI, 1947 & Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. XLIII, 1948: Tension and Tension Release as Organizing Factors in Perception. Jerome S. Bruner and Leo Postman. Pp. 300–308.  135
Roy Schafer
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. XLII, 1947: The Dynamism of Anti-Semitism in Gentile and Jew. Bruno Bettelheim. Pp. 153–169.  136
Roy Schafer
Journal of Social Psychology. XXV, 1947: Psychological Laws and Human Freedom. Rudolf Ekstein. Pp. 181–191.  137
Roy Schafer
Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: Invitation To Action. André Repond. Pp. 177–183.  137
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: Men, Machines, and Mental Health. William C. Menninger. Pp. 184–196.  137
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: Toward Mental Health. Paul V. Lemkau. Pp. 197–209.  138
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: An Evaluation of Recent Adolescent Drug Addiction. David P. Ausubel. Pp. 373–382.  138
Joseph Lander
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: On the Puppet Technique in Psychotherapy of Children. Serge Lebovici. Pp. 82–89.  138
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Neurotic and Religious Attitudes. Fernand Lechat. Pp. 90–105.  138
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Vital and Somatic Drives. Rudolph Loewenstein. Pp. 106–128.  139
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Introduction to Socioanalysis. André Amar. Pp. 151–153.  139
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Psyche in Nature or the Limits of the Psychogenesis. Marie Bonaparte. Pp. 174–181.  139
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Reflections on the Autobiography of a Criminal. Juliette Boutonier. Pp. 182–214.  140
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Therapeutic Incidences Upon the Perception of Penis Envy in the Feminine Obsessional Neurosis. Maurice Bouvet. Pp. 215–243.  140
Raymond De Saussure
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXV, 1952: Some Psychotherapeutic Work in Maternity and Child Welfare Clinics. Beryl Sandford. Pp. 2–15.  140
Norman Reider
British Journal of Psychology. XLII, 1951: Toward the Restatement of the Concept of the Self. Leon Litwinski. Pp. 246–249.  140
Philip S. Holzman
The Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: Reflections on One Hundred Capital Cases Submitted to Electroencephalography. Denis Hill and D. A. Pond. Pp. 23–43.  141
 
The Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: Some Further Observations on Head-Banging and Allied Behavior. Joan FitzHerbert. Pp. 330–333.  141
Norman Reider
Notes  142
 
Notes  142
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  143
B. Frank Vogel
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  144
Leo A. Spiegel
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  145
Leonard R. Sillman
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  146
Joseph Lander
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  147
Louis Linn
Notes  149
 
Notes  149
 
Notes  149
 
Notes  150
 
Notes  150
 
Notes  151
 
Notes  152
 
Henry Alden Bunker—1889-1953  153
 
Tantalus: A Preoedipal Figure of Myth  159
Henry Alden Bunker, M.D.
Reconsideration of the Dream Screen  174
Bertram D. Lewin, M.D.
Fusion of the Isakower Phenomenon with the Dream Screen  200
Gert Heilbrunn, M.D.
Masochism—A Defense Reaction of the Ego  205
Esther Menaker, Ph.D.
Trauma, Projective Technique, and Analytic Profile  221
Max M. Stern, M.D.
The Wolf and the Seven Kids  253
Géza Róheim, Ph.D.
The Ego in a Dream  257
Leon J. Saul, M.D.
Psychosexual Functions in Women: By Therese Benedek, M.D. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1952. 435 pp.  259
Roger C. Hendricks
Maternidad Y Sexo (Maternity and Sex): By Marie Langer. Buenos Aires: Editorial Nova, 1952. 394 pp.  261
Bernard Brodsky
The Second Sex: By Simone de Beauvoir. Translated and edited by H. M. Parshley. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1953. 732 pp.  264
Therese Benedek
The Annual Survey of Psychoanalysis, Volume I: Edited by John Frosch in collaboration with Jacob A. Arlow, Nathaniel Ross, and Sidney Tarachow. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1952. 556 pp.  267
Gert Heilbrunn
The Integration of Behavior: Volume I. Basic Postulates. By Thomas M. French, M.D. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952. 272 pp.  268
Jacob A. Arlow
Ego Development and the Personality Disorders. A Developmental Approach to Psychopathology: By David P. Ausubel. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 1952. 564 pp.  271
H. Robert Blank
Cybernetics. Circular Causal and Feed-Back Mechanisms in Biological and Social Systems. Transactions of the Eighth Conference, March 15-16, 1951: Edited by Heinz Von Foerster, Margaret Mead and Hans Teuber. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1952. 240 pp.  272
Mortimer Ostow
King Solomon's Ring: By Konrad Z. Lorenz. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1952. 202 pp.  277
René A. Spitz
Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art: By Ernst Kris. New York: International Universities Press, 1952. 358 pp.  280
Harry B. Lee
Manic-Depressive Psychosis and Allied Conditions: By Leopold Bellak, with Blaise Pasquarelli; Ernest Parkes; Sonya Sorel Bellak. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1952. 306 pp.  284
Julius I. Steinfeld
L'Astinenza Sessuale (Sexual Abstinence): By Dottore Stefano Fajrajzen. Milan: Fratelli Bocca Editori, 1952. 333 pp.  285
Joachim Flescher
The Inmates: By John Cowper Powys. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1952. 318 pp.  287
Anne Fremantle
Children who Hate. The Disorganization and Breakdown of Behavior Controls: By Fritz Redl and David Wineman. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1951. 253 pp.  289
Lili E. Peller
The Psychology of Thinking: By W. Edgar Vinacke. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1952. 392 pp.  291
David Rapaport
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951.: Remarks on the Psychoanalysis of Schizophrenia. K. R. Eissler. Pp. 139-156.  292
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Discussion of Dr. K. R. Eissler's Remarks. Pp. 238-241.  293
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: The Structural Problem in Schizophrenia: Therapeutic Implications. Milton Wexler. Pp. 157-166.  294
David L. Rubinfine
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: The Structure of Paranoid Ideas. Robert Waelder. Pp. 167-177.  295
Charles Brenner
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: A Contribution to the Study of the Dream Screen. Charles Rycroft. Pp. 178-184.  296
Victor H. Rosen
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Pathological Generosity. Hilde Lewinsky. Pp. 185-189.  296
Milton Gray
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Rumpelstilzkin in the Analytical Situation. Julius L. Rowley. Pp. 190-195.  297
Leon L. Altman
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Oral Mechanisms in Constipation and Diarrhea. Thomas B. Szasz. Pp. 196-203.  297
Theodore Branfman
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Reflections on the Function and Organization of a Psychoanalytic Society. John Rickman. Pp. 218-237.  297
Charles Brenner
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Paul Federn's Scientific Contributions: In Commemoration. Edoardo Weiss. Pp. 283-290.  298
Martin Orens
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Paul Schilder's Contribution to the Theory of Thought-Processes. David Rapaport. Pp. 291-301.  299
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: Pavor Nocturnus. Max M. Stern. Pp. 302-309.  300
Milton Gray
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: A Clinical Contribution to the Analysis of Gestures. E. Gostynski. Pp. 310-318.  300
Leon L. Altman
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXII, 1951: An Unknown Autobiographical Letter by Freud and a Short Comment. K. R. Eissler. Pp. 319-324.  301
David Beres
Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: Psychosomatic Problems: Methodology, Research Material and Concepts. Paul H. Hoch. Pp. 213-221.  301
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: Structural Aspects of Psychotherapy. Rudolf Ekstein. Pp. 222-228.  302
Joseph Lander
American Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1952: The Meaning of Medical Education in Our Society. John C. Whitehorn. Pp. 81-88.  302
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1952: Psychoanalytic Training for Psychiatric Residents and Others. The Associated Psychiatric Faculties of the Chicago Experiment. Henry W. Brosin. Pp. 188-195.  303
Mark Kanzer
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Spelling Disability as a Symptom of Emotional Disorder. Edward H. Knight. Pp. 84-91.  303
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Psychodynamics in a Case of Severe Hypochondriasis. Jack Pearlman. Pp. 92-97.  303
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Comments on the Psychoanalytic Significance of the Fee. Hyman H. Fingert. Pp. 98-104.  303
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: An Evaluation of Psychotherapeutic Technique. Robert P. Knight. Pp. 113-124.  304
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Research in the Selection of Psychiatrists: A Second Interim Report. Robert R. Holt and Lester Luborsky. Pp. 125-135.  304
Ralph R. Greenson
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Dynamic Concepts of Migraine: A Character Study of One Hundred Patients. A. R. Furmanski. Pp. 23-31.  305
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Symposium on Brain and Mind. Pp. 135-198.  305
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Abraham Lincoln's Organic and Emotional Neurosis. Edward J. Kempf. Pp. 419-433.  306
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: A Theory of Frontal Lobe Function. Robert Arnot. Pp. 487-495.  307
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Psychosomatic Aspects of Multiple Sclerosis. Harry A. Teitelbaum, Bernard H. Hall, and Roger E. Phillips. Pp. 535-544.  307
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Combined Use of Ethyl Alcohol and Amobarbital (Amytal) Sodium for Ambulatory Narcoanalysis. Michael M. Miller. Pp. 620-624.  307
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVII, 1952: Language Behavior in Manic Patients. Maria Lorenz and Stanley Cobb. Pp. 763-770.  307
Leo Rangell
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: 'Social Incognito' in Analytically Oriented Group Psychotherapy. Hendrik Lindt and Max A. Sherman. Pp. 209-220.  308
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: The Psychoanalysis of Groups: The Analyst's Objections. Alexander Wolf, Norman Locke, Max Rosenbaum, Edmund P. Hillpern, Walter Goldfarb, Asya L. Kadis, Samuel J. Obers, Irving L. Milberg and Richard G. Abell. Pp. 221-231.  308
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: The Importance of Including Fathers. Katherine K. Rice. Pp. 232-238.  309
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. II, 1952: A Casework Training Course as a Group Therapeutic Experience. Hilde Braunthal. Pp. 239-244.  309
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Journal of Personality. XX, 1951-1952: The Prediction of Social Acceptance by Means of Psychoanalytic Concepts. D. R. Miller and M. E. Stine. Pp. 162-174.  309
 
Journal of Personality. XX, 1951-1952: Identification with the Aggressor: Some Personality Correlates of Anti-Semitism Among Jews. I. Sarnoff. Pp. 199-218.  310
 
Journal of Personality. XX, 1951-1952: Exploring the Psychoanalytic Theory of the 'Oral Character'. G. S. Blum and D. R. Miller. Pp. 267-304.  310
 
Journal of Personality. XX, 1951–1952: Unpleasantness of Early Memories and Maladjustment of Children. F. Pattie and S. Cornett. Pp. 315-321.  311
 
Journal of Personality. XX, 1951–1952: Criminality from a Sense of Guilt: A Case Study and Some Research Hypotheses. Daniel J. Levinson. Pp. 402-429.  311
Philip S. Holzman
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Transference Phenomena in Children's Group Psychotherapy. J. Dreyfus-Moreau. Pp. 244-257.  311
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: The Therapeutic Problem in Psychosomatic Medicine. René Held. Pp. 258-284.  311
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Regression in Infantile Psychotherapy. Maud Mannoni van der Spoel. Pp. 285-298.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Grammar and Affectivity. François Rostrand. Pp. 299-310.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Irrational Aspect of the Psychoanalytic Method. Maurice Benassi. Pp. 311-330.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: A Case of Compulsive Obsessive Neurosis with Ejaculatio Præcox. André Embiricos. Pp. 331-366.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Psychosomatic Approach to Essential Arterial Hypertension. Michael Fain. Pp. 367-383.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Definition and Aspects of Psychoanalysis. Daniel Lagache. Pp. 384-423.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Methodological Remarks on Psychosocial Analysis. S. A. Shentoub. Pp. 433-450.  312
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Rorschach Test and Psychoanalysis. Alcyon Baer. Pp. 455-503.  313
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: A Lion Hunter's Dream. Marie Bonaparte. Pp. 504-512.  313
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: A Gangster. Daniel Lagache. Pp. 554-580.  313
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XIV, 1950: Diagnosis of Infantile Neurosis. Serge Lebovici. Pp. 581-595.  313
Raymond De Saussure
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  314
Joseph Lander
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  316
Victor H. Rosen
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  317
Soll Goodman
Notes  320
 
Herbert A. Wiggers—1907-1953  321
Lawrence S. Kubie
Geza Róheim—1891-1953  324
René A. Spitz
The Schreber Case—A Contribution to Schizophrenia, Hypochondria, and Psychosomatic Symptom-Formation  328
Ida Macalpine, M.D. and Richard A. Hunter, M.D.
Effect of the Birth of a Sister on a Boy in his Fourth Year  372
Z. Alexander Aarons, M.D.
A Deterrent in the Study and Practice of Medicine  381
I. Peter Glauber, M.D.
Cézanne's Technique and Scoptophilia  413
Joseph Weiss, M.D.
An Etymological Note on Love and Wish  419
Leon J. Saul, M.D.
Clinton P. McCord—1881-1953  421
Joost A.M. Meerloo
Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences. Volume III: Edited by Géza Róheim, Ph.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1951. 313 pp.  422
Nathaniel Ross
Symbolic Realization. A New Method of Psychotherapy Applied to a Case of Schizophrenia: By M. A. Sechehaye. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1951. 184 pp.  427
Frieda Fromm-Reichmann
Psychotherapy with Schizophrenics: A Symposium: Edited by Eugene B. Brody and Fredrick C. Redlich. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1952. 246 pp.  430
Lewis B. Hill
Sigmund Freud: By Rachel Baker. New York: Julian Messner, Inc., 1952. 201 pp.  434
Edward Hitschmann
Mind, Perception, and Science  435
Lawrence S. Kubie
Psychiatry and Medical Education: (Report of the 1951 Conference on Psychiatric Education). Washington: American Psychiatric Association, 1952. 164 pp.  436
Lawrence S. Kubie
The Meaning of Dreams: By Calvin S. Hall. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953. 244 pp.  438
Franz Alexander
Don't be Afraid of Your Child: By Hilde Bruch, M.D. New York: Farrar, Straus & Young, Inc., 1952. 297 pp.  440
Lewis B. Hill
The Adolescent and his World: By Irene M. Josselyn. New York: Family Service Association of America, 1952. 124 pp.  441
Leo Angelo Spiegel
A Medicina E a Psicologia (Medicine and Psychology): By Durval Marcondes, M.D. São Paulo: Livraria Martins Editora, 1952. 145 pp.  442
David Kairys
Melville's Quarrel with God: By Lawrance Thompson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1952. 475 pp.  443
C. P. Oberndorf
Navaho Veterans. A Study of Changing Values: By Evon Z. Vogt. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of American Archeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1951. 223 pp.  446
Géza Róheim
Three Navaho Households: By John M. Roberts. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of American Archeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1951. 101 pp.  446
Géza Róheim
Diagnostic Electroencephalography: By Hans Strauss, M.D., Mortimer Ostow, M.D., and Louis Greenstein, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1952. 282 pp.  446
Herbert I. Harris
Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: A Speculation on the Psychodynamics of Certain Psychosomatic Disorders. Samuel Richard Rosen and Jesse Appel. Pp. 322-328.  448
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XXXIX, 1952: A Consideration of Psychic Mechanisms in Vasospastic Disorders of the Hand. Elizabeth Lowenhaupt. Pp. 329-337.  448
Joseph Lander
American Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1952: The Role of Definitions in Psychiatry. John R. Reid and Jacob E. Finesinger. Pp. 413-420.  448
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1952: Infantile Personalities. Lewis B. Hill. Pp. 429-432.  448
Mark Kanzer
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXV. 1951: The 'Empty Bag' Type of Neurotic. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 613-617.  449
Bernhard Berliner
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVI, 1952: Ailurophobia and Ornithophobia (Cat Phobia and Bird Phobia). Louis S. London. Pp. 365-371.  449
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVI, 1952: Contributions to the Interpretation of a Typical Dream: Finding Money. Sandor Feldman. Pp. 663-667.  450
Joseph Biernoff
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: What Are the Goals of Psychiatric Education? Karl Menninger. Pp. 153-158.  450
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Delusion of Pregnancy in a Male Homosexual With an Abdominal Cancer. Gerald J. Aronson. Pp. 159-166.  450
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Psychiatry and Anthropology: Some Research Objectives. George Devereux. Pp. 167-177.  451
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Verbal Hallucinations: A Restitutional Symptom. Aron J. Arnow. Pp. 178-183.  451
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: Problems of Clinical Administration. Dexter M. Bullard. Pp. 193-201.  451
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: The Effects of Leadership Upon Morale in a Group Therapeutic Setting. Victor W. Bikales, Gisela Ebert, Robert Weil and Louisa P. Howe. Pp. 202-210.  452
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVI, 1952: The Space Child. Rudolf Ekstein, and Dorothy Wright. Pp. 211-224.  452
Ralph R. Greenson
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIII, 1953: The Psychoanalysis of Delinquents. Melitta Schmideberg. Pp. 13-21.  453
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIII, 1953: The Trend in Motivational Theory. Gordon W. Allport. Pp. 107-119.  453
Mark Kanzer
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Neurocirculatory Asthenia. Edward Weiss. Pp. 150-153.  453
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Separation Reaction on Psychosomatic Disease and Neurosis. Henry H. Brewster. Pp. 154-160.  454
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Psychosomatic Aspects of Encephalopathy with Muscle Atrophy. H. Waldo Bird, Harry A. Teitelbaum and Michael Dunn. Pp. 161-173.  454
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Effect of Alcohol on the Sexual Reflexes of Normal and Neurotic Dogs. W. Horsley Gantt. Pp. 174-181.  455
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Relationship Between Acute and Chronic Fear and the Gastric Acidity and Blood Sugar Levels in Macaca Mulatta Monkeys. George F. Mahl. Pp. 182-210.  456
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Psychosomatic Medicine in the Nineteenth Century. Edward Stainbrook. Pp. 211-225.  456
Victor Calef
Psychiatry. XIV, 1951: The Psychiatric Interview. Harry Stack Sullivan. Pp. 361-374.  456
 
Psychiatry. XIV, 1951: Sibling Rivalry and Social Heredity. Josephine R. Hilgard. Pp. 375-386.  457
 
Psychiatry. XIV, 1951: Some Observations on the Santa Claus Custom. Renzo Sereno. Pp. 387-396.  457
 
Psychiatry. XIV, 1951: A Comparison of Individual and Multiple Psychotherapy. John Warkentin, Nan L. Johnson and Carl A. Whitaker. Pp. 415-418.  458
Leonard Rosengarten
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: Prefrontal Lobotomy. Worden J. Kane, Herman M. Hurdum and Jacques P. Schaerer. Pp. 205-212.  458
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: The Schizophrenic Reaction with Psychopathic Features: Clinical Characteristics and Response to Therapy. Harold Kaplan. Pp. 258-265.  458
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: A Study of the Syndromes of Denial. Thomas C. Guthrie and Eugene M. Grossman. Pp. 362-371.  458
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: Denial of Illness. Morton Nathanson, Philip S. Bergman and Gustave G. Gordon. Pp. 380-387.  459
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: Nature and Treatment of Tics in Adults. Avery D. Weisman. Pp. 444-459.  459
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: Thought as a Form of Sensation, and Agnosis of Thought. Richard M. Brickner and Alec S. Barnum. Pp. 466-474.  460
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXVIII, 1952: Emotional Issues Related to Certain Cases of Blepharospasm and Facial Tics. Orthello R. Langworthy. Pp. 620-628.  460
Leo Rangell
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXV, 1952: A Study of Fairbairn's Theory of Schizoid Reactions. A. Guntrip. Pp. 86-103.  461
Kenneth Mark Colby
Revista De Psicoanálisis. VII, 1951: The Traumatic Situation in the Common Etiology of the Dream and the Acute Symptom. Leon Grinberg. Pp. 514-517.  461
Bernard Brodsky
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. XLVI, 1951: Perceptual Aspects of Repression. Erwin M. Rosenstock. Pp. 304-315.  462
 
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. XLVI, 1951: The Effects of Infantile Experience Upon Adult Behavior. Emil Fredericson. Pp. 406-409.  463
 
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. XLVI, 1951: Intellectual Malfunctioning and Personality. Edith A. Weisskopf. Pp. 410-423.  463
Philip S. Holzman
Mental Hygiene. XXXVI, 1952: Mental Hygiene Contributions to the Resettlement of Immigrants in Israel. Gerald Caplan. Pp. 607-617.  463
Joseph Lander
Mental Hygiene. XXXVII, 1953: Psychiatry for Everyman in His Everyday Life. Iago Galdston. Pp. 1-13.  464
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVII, 1953: Developments in Research on Dementia Præcox. William Malamud. Pp. 14-21.  464
Joseph Lander
Journal of Personality. XIX, 1951: Infant Feeding Gratification and Adult Personality. John Thurston and Paul Mussen. Pp. 440-458.  464
Philip S. Holzman
Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: The Latah Reaction: Its Pathodynamics and Nosological Position. P. M. Yap. Pp. 515-564.  465
 
Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: Narcolepsy: A Brief Critical Review and Study of Eight Cases. D. A. Pong. Pp. 595-604.  465
 
Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: The Response of the Neurotic Personality to Abreaction. Anthony Hordern. Pp. 630-639.  465
Kenneth Mark Colby
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  466
Leonard R. Sillman
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  467
Frank Berchenko
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  469
Joseph Lander
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  471
Gerard Fountain
Notes  472
 
Notes  473
 
Factors in the Etiology of Fixations and Symptom Choice  475
Adelaide M. Johnson, M.D.
The Hypnotic Evasion: A Clinical Observation  497
Robert Fliess, M.D.
A Note on Orgastic Loss of Consciousness  512
William Needles, M.D.
A Dream of an Inhibited Writer  519
Henry Alden Bunker, M.D.
Food Allergies and Conversion Hysteria  525
Melitta Sperling, M.D.
Mark Twain's Osteopathic Cure  539
William G. Barrett, M.D.
Evasive Speech as a Form of Resistance  548
William N. Evans
Psychology of the Audience in Relation to the Architecture of the Theater  561
Joel J. Friedman
Siegfried Bernfeld—1892-1953  571
Gregory Zilboorg
Isra Tobias Broadwin—1893-1953  573
Dudley D. Shoenfeld
Developments in Psychoanalysis: By Melanie Klein, Paula Heimann, Susan Isaacs, and Joan Riviere. Edited by Joan Riviere. London: The Hogarth Press Ltd., 1952. 368 pp.  575
William N. Evans
Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins: By Dorothy Burlingham. New York: International Universities Press, Inc.; London: Imago Publishing Co., Ltd., 1952. 94 pp. and charts.  577
Marjorie R. Leonard
Selected Papers of Karl Abraham: Introductory Memoir by Ernest Jones. Translated by Douglas Bryan and Alix Strachey. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1953. 527 pp.  580
 
Personality: In Nature, Society, and Culture: Edited by Clyde Kluckhohn, Henry A. Murray and David M. Schneider. Second Edition. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1953. 716 pp.  580
 
Psychiatry and Catholicism: By The Reverend James H. Vander Veldt, O.F.M., Ph.D. and Robert P. Odenwald, M.D., F.A.P.A. New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1952. 433 pp.  580
William F. Murphy
Psychiatry and the Law: By Manfred S. Guttmacher, M.D. and Henry Weihofen. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1952. 476 pp.  586
Winfred Overholser
The Well-Adjusted Personality: By Phillip Polatin, M.D. and Ellen C. Philtine. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1952. 266 pp.  587
Sydney Biddle
Functional Neuroanatomy: By Wendell J. S. Krieg. Second Edition. New York: The Blakiston Co., Inc., 1953. 659 pp.  588
Charles Davison
Controlled Projection for Children: By John C. Raven. London: H. K. Lewis and Co., Ltd.. 1951. 176 pp.  589
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Theory and Practice of Social Casework: By Gordon Hamilton. Second and Revised Edition. New York: Columbia University Press, 1951. 328 pp.  590
Elisabeth B. Bech
Shakespeare's Sonnetten En Hun Verband Met De Travesti-Double Spelen (Shakespeare's Sonnets and their Connection with the Double-Travesty Plays). a Medico-Psychological Study (In Dutch): By C. Van Emde Boas. Amsterdam: Wereldbibliotheek, 1951. 528 pp.  593
Joost A.M. Meerloo
The Infirmities of Genius: By W. R. Bett. New York: Philosophical Library Inc., 1952. 192 pp.  594
Herbert I. Harris
The Secret Self: By Theodor Reik. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, Inc., 1952. 329 pp.  595
Herbert I. Harris
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIII, 1952. Part I.: The Emotional Position of the Analyst in the Psychoanalytic Situation. Maxwell Gitelson. Pp. 1-10.  596
Richard Burnett
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIII, 1952. Part I.: Problems in Psychoanalytic Research. Sibylle Escalona. Pp. 11-21.  596
Milton Gray
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIII, 1952. Part I.: Spontaneous Fluctuations in Depth of Hypnosis and Their Implications for Ego-Function. Margaret Brenman, Merton Gill, Robert P. Knight. Pp. 22-33.  597
Margaret Brenman
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIII, 1952. Part I.: Manic-Depressive Psychoses with Paranoid Trends. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 34-42.  597
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIII, 1952. Part I.: The Analysis of a Doll Phobia. Leo Rangell. Pp. 45-53.  598
 
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: A Contribution to the Re-Evaluation of the Oedipus Complex. Paula Heimann. Pp. 84-92.  598
Charles Brenner
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Early Anxiety Situations in the Analysis of a Boy in the Latency Period. M. Gwen Evans. Pp. 93-110.  599
Lili R. Bussel
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Notes on the Psychoanalysis of the Superego Conflict of an Acute Schizophrenic Patient. Herbert Rosenfeld. Pp. 111-131.  600
Robert C. Bak
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Clinical Notes on Internalization and Identification. Lois Munro. Pp. 132-143.  600
Ralph R. Greenson
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: An Obsessional Man's Need To Be 'Kept'. Beryl Sandford. Pp. 144-152.  601
I. Peter Glauber
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Examination Anxiety Without Examination. H. A. Thorner. Pp. 153-159.  602
John B. McDevitt
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: The Unconscious Fantasy of an Inner World Reflected in Examples from English Literature. Joan Riviere. Pp. 160-172.  602
 
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: The Inner World in Ibsen's 'Master Builder'. Joan Riviere. Pp. 173-180.  602
Leon L. Altman
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Aspects of Symbolism in Comprehension of the Not-Self. Marion Milner. Pp. 181-195.  603
David Beres
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Aesthetics. Hanna Segal. Pp. 196-207.  604
Milton Gray
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Preliminary Notes on Some Defense Mechanisms in Paranoid States. Paula Heimann. Pp. 208-213.  605
Gustav Bychowski
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: New Beginning and the Paranoid and the Depressive Syndromes. Michael Balint. Pp. 214-224.  606
Norman Reider
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Psychoanalysis and Ethics. R. E. Money-Kyrle. Pp. 225-234.  606
Victor Calef
Part II. in Honor of Melanie Klein: Group Dynamics: A Re-View. W. R. Bion. Pp. 235-247.  608
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
The Psychoanalytic Review. XL, 1953: Some Aspects of Jealousy and of Feeling Hurt. Melitta Schmideberg. Pp. 1-16.  608
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XL, 1953: Spontaneous Orgasm in a Case of Schizophrenia. Phillip Polatin and Donald B. Douglas. Pp. 17-26.  609
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVII, 1953: Some Principles of Brief Psychotherapy. Walter Bonime. Pp. 1-18.  609
Bernhard Berliner
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVII, 1953: Validation of Libido Theory. S. M. Small. Pp. 38-51.  610
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVII, 1953: The Concept of the Unconscious in the History of Medical Psychology. E. L. Margetts. Pp. 115-138.  610
Joseph Biernoff
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVII, 1953: Borderline States. Robert P. Knight. Pp. 1-12.  611
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVII, 1953: Chronic Cyclic Schizo-Affective Psychosis. Robert A. Solow. Pp. 13-19.  612
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVII, 1953: How Common Is Schizophrenia? Emir A. Gaw, Suzanne Reichard and Carl Tillman. Pp. 20-28.  612
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychiatry. XV, 1952: The Role of Psychiatry and the Social Sciences in World Affairs. J. R. Rees. Pp. 1-14.  613
 
Psychiatry. XV, 1952: Character Formation in the Evolution of the Acquisitive Society. Ralph Pieris. Pp. 53-60.  613
 
Psychiatry. XV, 1952: Dynamics in Accident-Prone Behavior. Lawrence L. LeShan. Pp. 73-80.  613
Leonard Rosengarten
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Relationship of Specific Attitudes and Emotions to Certain Bodily Diseases. William J. Grace and David T. Graham. Pp. 243-251.  614
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Psychometric Investigation of the Relationship between Emotional Repression and the Occurrence of Psychosomatic Symptoms. A. H. Frankle. Pp. 252-255.  614
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: 'Psychosomatic' Phenomena in Animals. Frank A. Beach. Pp. 261-276.  614
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Some Psychodynamic Considerations of Psychosomatic Skin Disorders, Plethysmographic and Psychoanalytic Observations. Felix Deutsch. Pp. 287-294.  614
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Psychological Reactions to Cortisone. Marc H. Hollender. Pp. 306-308.  615
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: A Note on the Significance of Fatigue. Harley C. Shands and Jacob E. Finesinger. Pp. 309-314.  615
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Psychological Aspects of Reducing. Hilde Bruch. Pp. 337-346.  615
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Effects of ACTH and Cortisone on Mood and Mentation. Theodore Lidz, James D. Carter, Bernard I. Lewis, Carolyn Suratt. Pp. 363-377.  616
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XIV, 1952: Frontal Lobe Surgery in the Treatment of Pain with Consideration of Postoperative Psychological Changes. Frances Bonner, Stanley Cobb, William H. Sweet, James C. White. Pp. 383-405.  616
Victor Calef
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: Why This Review Was Created. Ramon Sarro. Pp. 1-10.  617
 
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: Abnormalities About the Awareness of Time. Honorio Delgado (Peru). Pp. 11-20.  618
 
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: The Scientific Orientation of Clinical Psychiatry. A. Vallejo Najera (Spain). Pp. 21-30.  618
 
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: The Basis of Existential Analysis. R. Alberca Llorente (Spain). Pp. 31-41.  618
 
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: The Treatment of Neurosis by Carbonic Acid. J. Obiels Vie (Spain). Pp. 42-51.  618
 
Revista De Psiquiatria Y Psicologia Medica. I, 1953: The Moral Limits on the Investigation and Treatment by Scientific Methods. (An allocution made by the Pope to the First International Congress of Histopathology of the Nervous System, in Rome, 1952.) Pp. 52-66.  619
Gabriel De La Vega
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  620
H. Robert Blank
Notes  621
 
Notes  622
 
Letter to the Editor  622
Ernst Kris
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