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Volume 26 (1957)

Psychoanalysis and Blindness  1
H. Robert Blank, M.D.
A Contribution to the Psychology of Bodily Feelings  25
Thomas S. Szasz, M.D.
River Symbolism—Part II  50
William G. Niederland, M.D.
The Psychoanalytic Diagnostic Interview  76
Leon J. Saul, M.D.
A Note on the Significance of Names  91
William F. Murphy, M.D.
Susanna S. Haigh—1893-1956  107
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
Lincoln Rahman—1904-1956  109
David Brunswick, Ph.D.
Final Contributions to the Problems and Methods of Psychoanalysis. The Selected Papers of Sandor Ferenczi, M.D. Volume III: Edited by Michael Balint, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1955. 447 pp.  112
Alexander Bromley
Schools of Psychoanalytic Thought. An Exposition, Critique, and Attempt at Integration: By Ruth L. Munroe. New York: The Dryden Press, Publishers, 1955. 670 pp.  114
Jacob A. Arlow
The Annual Survey of Psychoanalysis, Volume III, 1952: Edited by John Frosch, M.D., in collaboration with Nathaniel Ross, M.D., Sidney Tarachow, M.D., and Jacob A. Arlow, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 682 pp.  116
William Needles
Sigmund Freud. Four Centenary Addresses: By Ernest Jones, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956. 150 pp.  118
William G. Niederland
Les Théories Psychosomatiques. Origines Psychanalytiques—Importance Psychologique (Psychosomatic Theories. Psychoanalytic Origins—Psychological Significance): By Jean-Paul Valabrega. Introduction by Dr. Henry Ey. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1954. 192 pp.  119
Simon Weyl
Energy and Structure in Psychoanalysis: By Kenneth Mark Colby, M.D. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1955. 154 pp.  121
William N. Evans
Der Traum Und Seine Be-Deutung (The Dream and its Significance): By Werner Kemper. Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, 1955. 220 pp.  123
Gustav Bychowski
A Class for Disturbed Children: By Leonard Kornberg. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1955. 157 pp.  123
Lili Peller
The Object Relations Technique. (Book and Test Cards): By Herbert Phillipson, M.A. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1956. 224 pp.  123
Myron W. Harris
Family, Socialization and Interaction Process: By Talcott Parsons and Robert F. Bales. With the collaboration of James Olds, Phillip Slater, and Morris Zelditch, Jr. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1955. 422 pp.  125
H. Robert Blank
Migration and Mental Disease. A Study of First Admissions to Hospitals for Mental Disease, New York, 1939-1941: By Benjamin Malzberg and Everett S. Lee. New York: Social Science Research Council, 1956. 142 pp.  127
Louis Linn
The Neuroses in Clinical Practice: By Henry P. Laughlin, M.D. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1956. 802 pp.  128
Winfred Overholser
The Practice of Psychiatry in General Hospitals: Edited by A. E. Bennett, M.D., Eugene A. Hargrove, M.D., and Bernice Engle. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1956. 178 pp.  128
Winfred Overholser
The Psychology of Economics: By Walter A. Weisskopf. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955. 266 pp.  129
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Emotional Problems of Living. Avoiding the Neurotic Pattern: By O. Spurgeon English, M.D. and Gerald H. J. Pearson, M.D. Revised and Enlarged Edition. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1955. 592 pp.  131
Richard Burnett
Essays on the Sociology of Culture: By Karl Mannheim. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 1956. 253 pp.  132
Martin Grotjahn
Alcoholism. Its Psychology and Cure: By Frederick B. Rea. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1956. 143 pp.  133
James H. Wall
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Dreams and Perception. Charles Fisher. Pp. 389-445.  135
Irvin Galin
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Day Residue in Dream and Myth. Martin Wangh. Pp. 446-452.  135
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Color in Dreams. Victor Calef. Pp. 453-461.  136
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Color in Dreams. Louis Linn. Pp. 462-465.  136
Jay Shorr
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: The Convertible as a Symbol in Dreams. Alexander Grinstein. Pp. 446-472.  136
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: The Written Dream. Louis S. Lipschutz. Pp. 473-478.  136
Herbert Aldendorff
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: A Note on Morning Depressions. Samuel A. Guttan. Pp. 479-483.  137
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Primitive Genital Mutilations in a Neurotic's Dream. George Devereux. Pp. 484-493.  137
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Extramural Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Case of Narcotic Addiction. Robert A. Savitt. Pp. 494-502.  137
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: An Episode of Sleepwalking. Don D. Jackson. Pp. 503-508.  137
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Enuresis and Bisexual Identification. Martin A. Berezin. Pp. 509-513.  137
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. II, 1954: Regressive Reaction to the Interpretation of a Dream. Lawrence J. Friedman. Pp. 514-518.  137
Milton Gray
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Empathy, Common Ground of Ethics and of Personality Theory. David A. Stewart. Pp. 131-141.  138
Joseph Lander
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Toward a Theory of the Ego. Stanley Rosenman. Pp. 142-159.  138
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Unconscious Mechanisms in 'Writer's Block'. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 160-167.  138
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Hybris—A Reaction to Positive Transference. Alfred J. Siegman. Pp. 172-179.  139
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Psychotherapy of Aged Persons. IV. Alvin I. Goldfarb. Pp. 180-187.  139
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Emotions as a Cause of Cancer, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Contributions. Samuel J. Kowal. Pp. 217-227.  139
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Early Phases of Ego Structure Adumbrated in the Regressive Ego States of Schizophrenic Psychosis, and Elucidated in Intensive Psychotherapy. David W. Abse. Pp. 228-238.  139
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Left-Handed Writing, A Study in the Psychoanalysis of Language. Theodore Thas-Thienemann. Pp. 239-261.  140
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Illusions of Work. Harold Feldman. Pp. 262-270.  140
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: On the Superego in Adolescence. Rudolph Wittenberg. Pp. 271-279.  140
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Concerning the Biological Aspects of the Oedipus Complex. G. M. Davidson. Pp. 280-283.  140
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Incest as Revenge Against the Preoedipal Mother. Lillian Gordon. Pp. 284-292.  141
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Second Book and the Second Play. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 293-297.  141
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Paroxysmal Tachycardia. Maria F. Fleischl. Pp. 298-303.  141
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Modesty as a Quasi-Moral Resistance. Theodore Branfman. Pp. 304-306.  141
Joseph Lander
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XX, 1956: Chlorpromazine, Depersonalization, and Visual Hallucinosis. Donald J. Watterson. Pp. 20-24.  141
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XX, 1956: A Controlled, Blind Study of Effects of Thorazine on Psychotic Behavior. P. E. Feldman, B. S. Lacy, A. E. Walker, and N. J. Garrez. Pp. 25-47.  142
Lincoln Rahman
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Idiopathic Sexual Precocity in the Male: Management; Report of a Case. J. Money and J. G. Hampson. Pp. 1-15.  142
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Psychophysiological Correlations in Ulcerative Colitis. A. Karush, R. B. Hiatt, and G. E. Daniels. Pp. 36-56.  143
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Study of Correlations Between Electroencephalographic and Psychological Patterns in Emotionally Disturbed Children. J. H. Taterka and J. Katz. Pp. 62-72.  143
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Studies in Itching: (I) Contributions Toward an Understanding of the Physiology of Masochism. J. G. Kepecs and M. Robin. Pp. 87-95.  143
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Emotional Factors in Graves' Disease. N. M. Mandelbrote and E. D. Wittkower. Pp. 109-123.  144
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Dr. Kinsey and the Medical Profession. Lawrence S. Kubie. Pp. 172-184.  144
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Cutaneous Vascular Reactions in Raynaud's Disease and in States of Hostility, Anxiety, and Depression. D. T. Graham. Pp. 200-207.  144
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Nocturnal Gastric Secretions of Ulcer and Nonulcer Patients Under Stress. P. Wolff and J. Levine. Pp. 218-226.  145
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Sudden Death from Asthma. D. Leigh. Pp. 232-239.  145
Edward Weinshel
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXXII, 1954: A Neural Fractionating and Combining System. Richard M. Brickner. Pp. 1-10.  145
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXXII, 1954: Appetitive Behavior and Sign Stimuli in Human Life. Richard M. Brickner. Pp. 92-107.  146
Maimon Leavitt
Psychological Review. LXII, 1955: The Descent of Instinct. Frank A. Beach. Pp. 401-410.  147
Philip S. Holzman
Helliniki Iatriki. XXIV, 1955: Melampus's Treatment by Psychocatharsis of the 'Childlessness' of Iphicles. D. Kouretas and G. Tsoukantos. Pp. 1025-1029.  147
George Zavitzianos
Notes  148
 
Notes  148
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  148
Merl M. Jackel
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  150
Henry F. Marasse
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  152
Samuel R. Lehrman
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  153
Harry Joseph
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  155
Victor H. Rosen
Notes  158
 
Notes  158
 
A Footnote to Freud's 'Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria'  159
Felix Deutsch, M.D.
Time and the Ego  168
Franz S. Cohn, M.D.
Anaclitic Therapy Employing Drugs—A Case of Spider Phobia with Isakower Phenomenon  190
H. Azima, M.D. and E. D. Wittkower, M.D.
'Death in Venice' by Thomas Mann—A Story about the Disintegration of Artistic Sublimation  206
Heinz Kohut, M.D.
A Detective Story—Psychoanalytic Observations  229
Charles Rycroft, B.A.
Drowsiness as a Symptom of Countertransference  246
Edward S. Dean, M.D.
Ernst Kris—1901-1957  248
Samuel Ritvo, M.D.
Psychoanalysis of Behavior: Collected Papers.: By Sandor Rado, M.D., D.P.Sc. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1956. 387 pp.  251
Edward Glover
A New Approach to Schizophrenia: By Julius I. Steinfeld, M.D. New York: Merlin Press, Inc., 1956. 195 pp.  258
Edward E. Harkavy
Neurotic Interaction in Marriage: Edited by Victor W. Eisenstein, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956. 352 pp.  260
Martin Grotjahn
Judaism and Psychiatry: Two Approaches to the Personal Problems and Needs of Modern Man. Edited by Simon Noveck. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956. 197 pp.  263
Bernhard Berliner
Études Psychiatriques, Volume III. Structure Des Psychoses Aigues Et Déstructuration De La Conscience (Psychiatric Studies, Vol. III. Structure of Acute Psychoses and the Disintegration of Consciousness): By Henri Ey. Paris: Desclée de Brouwer & Cie., 1954. 787 pp.  263
Paul Friedman
Delinquent Boys. The Culture of the Gang: By Albert K. Cohen. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1955. 202 pp.  267
Adelaide M. Johnson
The Emotionally Disturbed Child. Papers on Diagnosis, Treatment and Care: By Margaret Wilson Gerard, M.D. New York: Child Welfare League of America, Inc. N.D. 168 pp.  268
Lili Peller
Crestwood Heights. A Study of the Culture of Suburban Life: By John R. Seeley, R. Alexander Sim, and Elizabeth W. Loosley. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956. 505 pp.  271
H. Robert Blank
Medical Research: A Midcentury Survey: Edited by Esther Everett Lape, et al. Volume I. American Medical Research: In Principle and Practice. 765 pp. Volume II. Unsolved Clinical Problems: In Biological Perspective. 740 pp. Published for The American Foundation by Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 1955.  272
Leopold Bellak
The Arrow and the Lyre. A Study of the Role of Love in the Works of Thomas Mann: By Frank Donald Hirschbach. The Hague, Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 1955. 195 pp.  273
Heinz Kohut
Michelangelo. A Study in the Nature of Art: By Adrian Stokes. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1956. 154 pp.  275
Joseph Weiss
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Friendly Expanses—Horrid Empty Spaces. Michael Balint. Pp. 225-241.  278
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Growth Inertia and Shame: Their Therapeutic Implications and Dangers. Roy R. Grinker. Pp. 242-253.  278
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: The Role of the Superego and Ego Ideal in Character Formation. Samuel Novey. Pp. 254-259.  278
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: The Communicative Function of the Dream. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 260-266.  279
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955.: On the Motivation of Human Relationships. Barbara Lantos. Pp. 267-288.  279
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Entropy, Organization and the Problem of the Economy of Human Relationships. Thomas S. Szasz. Pp. 289-297.  279
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: The Social Context of Supervision. Minna Emch. Pp. 298-306.  280
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Unconscious Mental Processes and the Psychosomatic Concept. Allan Strauss. Pp. 307-319.  280
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Psychosis and Psychosomatic Illness. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 320-327.  280
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Notes on Menstruation. Emilio M. Rodrigue. Pp. 328-334.  281
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Clinical and Theoretical Observations on Male Homosexuality. Thomas Freeman. Pp. 335-347.  281
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: A Note on Blathering. W. Clifford M. Scott. Pp. 348-349.  281
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: On Determinism. Hans Lampl. Pp. 350-354.  281
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: A Note on the Compatibility of Psychic Determinism and Freedom of Will. Samuel D. Lipton. Pp. 355-356.  281
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: On the Use of the Psi Hypothesis in Psychoanalysis. Jule Eisenbud. Pp. 370-374.  282
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: An Ego-Psychological Theory of Hypnosis. Leopold Bellak. Pp. 375-378.  282
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: On So-Called 'Depersonalization'. Andrew Peto. Pp. 379-386.  282
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Linkage Fantasies and Representations. Mortimer Ostow. Pp. 387-392.  282
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVI, 1955: Nail Biting and the Integrative Process. Joseph C. Solomon. Pp. 393-395.  283
Joseph Lander
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: A Methodological Critique of Freud's Schreber Analysis. Orville S. Walters. Pp. 321-342.  283
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Image of the Heart and the Synergic Principle in Psychoanalysis (Psychosynergy). Part II. Daniel E. Schneider. Pp. 343-360.  283
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Dream. Introduction to the Psychology of Dreams. Herbert Silberer. Pp. 361-387.  283
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Development of the Individual. H. E. Eisler. Pp. 388-401.  284
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Conrad Aiken and Psychoanalysis. David M. Rein. Pp. 402-411.  284
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: The Reality Testing of the Scientist. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 412-418.  284
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Analytic Psychotherapy With the Elderly. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 419-427.  285
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Organic Psychosis. Heinrich Meng and Erich Stern. Pp. 428-434.  285
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: An Undiscovered Source of Heterosexual Disturbance. Carl Fulton Sulzberger. Pp. 435-437.  285
Joseph Lander
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: Some Notes on Masochism. Gerald H. J. Pearson. Pp. 1-20.  285
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: A Technical Problem Expressed in the First Interview. Willard D. Boaz. Pp. 33-42.  285
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: What Is Ego Weakness? Gerald H. J. Pearson. Pp. 43-48.  286
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: Transference in Psychoanalytic Case Supervision. William L. Peltz. Pp. 49-52.  286
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: Countertransference Abuse of Analytic Rules. Abraham Freedman. Pp. 53-54.  286
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: A Scarcely Recognized Factor in the Oedipus Complex. Henry Harper Hart. Pp. 54-57.  286
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: The Umbilical Stump: A Speculation. George S. Sprague. Pp. 57-59.  286
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: Sleep in Psychoanalysis. W. Clifford M. Scott. Pp. 72-83.  287
 
The Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: The Feeling of Nostalgia and Its Relationship to Phobia. Abraham Freedman. Pp. 84-92.  287
Edwin F. Alston
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: The Fate of One's Face. Joost A. M. Meerloo. Pp. 31-43.  287
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: Unconscious Reasons for Husbands' 'Confessions' to Their Jealous Wives. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 73-76.  288
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: A Schizophrenic Patient Describes the Action of Intensive Psychotherapy. M. L. Hayward and J. E. Taylor. Pp. 211-248.  288
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: Study of Attempted Suicides in Psychotic Patients: A Dynamic Concept. J. D. Waxberg. Pp. 464-470.  288
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: Multiple Origins and Functions of Guilt. Melitta Schmideberg. Pp. 471-477.  289
Joseph Biernoff
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Psychological Evaluation of Women With Cancer of the Breast and of the Cervix. John I. Wheeler, Jr. and Bettye McDonald Caldwell. Pp. 256-268.  289
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Autonomic Function in the Neonate: I. Implications for Psychosomatic Theory. Julius B. Richmond and Seymour L. Lustman. Pp. 269-275.  289
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Irregular Discharge from Tuberculosis Hospitals. A Major Unsolved Problem. William C. Lewis, Thomas Lorenz, and George Calden. Pp. 276-290.  290
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955.  290
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Some Problems for a Theory of Emotion. Robert Pluchik. Pp. 306-310.  290
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Observations on the Role of the Mechanism of Depression in Some Patients With Disseminated Lupus Erythematosus. Allan R. McClary, Eugene Meyer, and Elliot L. Weitzman. Pp. 311-321.  290
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Volume XVII, No. 5.  291
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Emotional Factors in the Etiology of Hyperthyroidism Occurring in Relation to Pregnancy. Summary of Eleven Cases. Theodore Lidz. Pp. 420-427.  291
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Observations on the House-Tree-Person Drawing Test Before and After Surgery. Bernhard C. Meyer, Fred Brown, and Abraham Levine. Pp. 428-454.  291
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Brief Psychodynamically Oriented Therapy. Simon Rothenberg. Pp. 455-457.  291
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Gestural Movement During Psychiatric Interview. P. Sainsbury. Pp. 458-469.  292
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVII, 1955: Psychosomatic Study of a Case of Asthma. Franz Alexander and Harold Visotsky. Pp. 470-472.  292
Edwin F. Alston
Journal of Personality. XXIV, 1956: An Empirical Test of Two Freudian Hypotheses Concerning Castration Anxiety. Bernard Schwartz. Pp. 318-327.  292
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956—Symposium on Jung's Contribution to Analytic Thought and Practice: I. The Evolution of Jung's Researches. Michael Fordham. Pp. 3-8.  292
Edwin F. Alston
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XIII, 1956: Marital Difficulties and Projective Identification. David Liberman. Pp. 1-20.  293
 
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XIII, 1956: Psychoanalytic Observations on Certain Aspects of Psychosis in a Congenitally Blind Patient. Mauricio Abadi. Pp. 21-40.  294
Gabriel De La Vega
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  295
Poul M. Faergeman
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  297
Albert A. Rosner
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  298
John Donadeo
Notes  300
 
Notes  300
 
Notes  300
 
The Meanings and Uses of Countertransference  303
Heinrich Racker, Ph.D.
The Role of Narcissism in Moral Masochism  358
Isidor Bernstein, M.D.
Penelope's Character  378
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Teaching and Learning of Psychoanalytic Psychiatry in Medical School  387
S. A. Szurek, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Developments in Theory, Technique, and Training: By Franz Alexander, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1956. 299 pp.  397
Leo Stone
New Directions in Psychoanalysis. The Significance of Infant Conflict in the Pattern of Adult Behavior: Edited by Melanie Klein, Paula Heimann, and R. E. Money-Kyrle. New York: Basic Books, Inc. 1955. 534 pp.  406
David Beres
Integrating Sociological and Psychoanalytic Concepts. An Exploration in Child Psychotherapy: By Otto Pollak. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1956. 284 pp.  411
Ernest A. Rappaport
Erinnerungen an Sigmund Freud (Memories of Sigmund Freud): By Ludwig Binswanger. Berne, Switzerland: A. Francke AG Verlag, 1956. 120 pp.  416
Yela Lowenfeld
Mental Health and Infant Development. Volume I—Papers and Discussion. 308 Pp. Volume Ii—Case Histories. 289 Pp.: Edited by Kenneth Soddy, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956.  419
G. F.
Patterns of Mothering: By Sylvia Brody, Ph.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 446 pp.  421
Augusta Bonnard
Being and Nothingness. An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology: By Jean-Paul Sartre. Translated and with an introduction by Hazel E. Barnes. New York: Philosophical Library, 1956. 638 pp.  423
H. G. Van Der Waals
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Report on My Studies in Paris and Berin (1886). Sigmund Freud. Pp. 2-7.  432
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): On the Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena (1893). Josef Breuer and Sigmund Freud. Pp. 8-13.  432
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): On the Teaching of Psychoanalysis in Universities (1918). Sigmund Freud. Pp. 14-15.  432
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Memorandum on the Electrical Treatment of War Neurotics (1920). Sigmund Freud. Pp. 16-18.  432
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): The Inception of 'Totem and Taboo'. Ernest Jones. Pp. 34-35.  433
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Character and Neurosis. Herman Nunberg. Pp. 36-45.  433
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Phylogenetic vs. Ontogenetic Experience. Robert Fliess. Pp. 46-60.  433
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): The Schreber Case. Franz Baumeyer. Pp. 61-74.  434
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Freud's Repression Concept. A Survey and Attempted Clarification. Peter Madison. Pp. 75-81.  434
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Freud's Writings on Art. Louis Fraiberg. Pp. 82-96.  434
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Dream and Vision. Some Remarks on Freud's Egyptian Bird Dream. Eva M. Rosenfeld. Pp. 97-105.  434
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956. (The Freud Centenary Number.): Freud and the Future. Thomas Mann. Pp. 106-115.  435
Joseph Lander
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Ego Movement and Identification. A. Chapman Isham. Pp. 1-17.  435
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Spasmodic Torticollis. William F. Murphy and Mignon Chasen. Pp. 18-30.  435
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: A Note on Some Biologic Parallels Between Certain Innate Animal Behavior and Moral Masochism. Esther Menaker. Pp. 31-41.  435
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Dream Analysis Within Dreams. Joseph Wilder. Pp. 42-56.  436
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Should Patients Be Presented in Person? Harold I. Lief. Pp. 57-67.  436
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Psychotherapy of the Aged. Alvin I. Goldfarb. Pp. 68-81.  436
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Clinical Observations on the Effect of Analytically Oriented Group Therapy and Group Supervision on the Therapist. Cornelius Beukenkamp. Pp. 82-90.  436
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: A Contribution to the Problem of Sado-Masochism. F. S. Friedenberg. Pp. 91-96.  437
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Salome, The Turning Point in the Life of Oscar Wilde. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 97-103.  437
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: The Origins of Peter Pan. Marietta Karpe. Pp. 104-110.  437
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: A Hypnoanalytic Exploration of the Psychopathology of Blushing and Erythrophobia. Jerome M. Schneck. Pp. 111-115.  438
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: The 'I'm Damned if I Do, and Damned if I Don't' Technique. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 116-119.  438
Joseph Lander
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: Psychotherapeutic Evolution and Its Implications. L. C. Kolb. Pp. 579-597.  438
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXX, 1956: Yurok Shell Money and 'Pains': A Freudian Interpretation. S. H. Posinsky. Pp. 598-632.  439
Joseph Biernoff
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: A Study of the Psychodynamics of Duodenal Ulcer Exacerbations: With Special Reference to Treatment and the Problem of 'Specificity'. Avery D. Weisman. Pp. 2-42.  439
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Psychodynamic Significance of Seizure Content in Psychomotor Epilepsy. Arthur W. Epstein and Frank Ervin. Pp. 43-45.  439
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Reaction of the Adrenal Cortex to Emotional Stress. Eugene L. Bliss, Claude J. Migeon, C. H. Hardin Branch, and Leo T. Samuels. Pp. 56-76.  440
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Recurrent Urinary Retention Due to Emotional Factors. Report of a Case. George E. Williams and Adelaide M. Johnson. Pp. 77-80.  440
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Herpes Recurrens—Emotional Factors. Report of a Case. Paul Weichselbaum. Pp. 81-83.  440
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Coexisting Organ Neuroses. A Clinical Study. Peter L. Giovacchini. Pp. 84-88.  440
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Evaluation of Results of Psychotherapy. Milton Rosenbaum, Jane Friedlander, and Stanley M. Kaplan. Pp. 113-132.  440
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Psychological Significance of Visual Auras. Study of Three Cases With Brain Damage and Seizures. Aaron T. Beck and Thomas Guthrie. Pp. 133-142.  441
Edwin F. Alston
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Freud's Life and Work, an Appreciation of Ernest Jones's Biography. J. D. Sutherland. Pp. 77-81.  441
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Recent Developments in Psychoanalytical Theory. H. Guntrip. Pp. 82-99.  442
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Contributions to the Theory of Play. Elizabeth Kardos and Andrew Peto. Pp. 100-112.  442
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Considerations Arising Out of the Schreber Case. W. Ronald D. Fairbairn. Pp. 113-127.  442
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Hinjra and Jiryan: Two Derivatives of Hindu Attitudes to Sexuality. George M. Carstairs. Pp. 128-138.  443
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: A Case of an Unusual Impulse Disorder. C. K. Hofling and R. W. Minnehan. Pp. 150-161.  443
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Pleasure, Object and Libido. Michael Balint. Pp. 162-167.  443
Edward M. Weinshel
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XIII, 1956: From the Inner to the Outer Objects. Internalization and Externalization. The Magnitudes of Identifications. Arnaldo Rascovsky. Pp. 103-117.  444
 
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XIII, 1956: Obesity and Two Types of Feeding. Angel Garma. Pp. 153-159.  444
 
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XIII, 1956: Denial in the Compulsive Eater and in the Obese. Leon Grinberg. Pp. 160-169.  444
Gabriel De La Vega
Notes  445
 
Notes  445
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  445
John Donadeo
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  447
 
Notes  448
 
Letters Pertaining to Freud's 'History of an Infantile Neurosis'  449
 
The Oral Triad Applied to Psychosomatic Disorders  461
Joseph G. Kepecs, M.D.
Migraine: Dynamics and Choice of Symptom  476
Karem J. Monsour, M.D.
Some Aspects of Sexual Activity in a Fetishist  494
Philip Weissman, M.D.
The Waiting Syndrome  508
Leon L. Altman, M.D.
Transference and Motility  519
E. Eduardo Krapf
Science Fiction—A New Mythos  527
Ednita P. Bernabeu, M.D.
Edward E. Hitschmann—1871-1957  536
Felix Deutsch, M.D.
Nostalgia. A Psychoanalytic Study of Marcel Proust: By Milton L. Miller, M.D. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1956. 306 pp.  539
David Beres
Beyond Laughter: By Martin Grotjahn, M.D. New York: Blakiston Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1957. 285 pp.  541
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
The Hostile Mind: By Leon J. Saul, M.D. New York: Random House, Inc., 1956. 211 pp.  543
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Myth and Guilt. The Crime and Punishment of Mankind: By Theodor Reik. New York: George Braziller, Inc., 1957. 432 pp.  543
Herbert I. Harris
Art and Psychoanalysis: Edited by William Phillips. New York: Criterion Books, Inc., 1957. 552 pp.  544
Martin Grotjahn
Readings in Marriage Counseling: Edited by Clark E. Vincent. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1957. 500 pp.  545
Martin Grotjahn
Anxiety and Magic Thinking: By Charles Odier, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 302 pp.  546
Isidore Ziferstein
Fundamentals of Language: By Roman Jakobson and Morris Halle. The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1956. 87 pp.  548
I. Peter Glauber
Freudiana: Presented by A. A. Roback. Cambridge, Mass.: Sci-Art Publishers, 1957. 240 pp.  551
Edward E. Harkavy
The Doctor, his Patient and the Illness: By Michael Balint, M.D. Foreword by Maurice Levine, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1957. 355 pp.  553
Werner Nathan
The Functions of Social Conflict: By Lewis A. Coser. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1956. 188 pp.  555
Joseph Biernoff
Dynamics of Psychotherapy. The Psychology of Personality Change. Volume I. Principles. 211 Pp. Volume II. Process. 398 Pp.: By Percival M. Symonds, Ph.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1956 and 1957.  557
Bernard Brodsky
Living Magic: By Ronald Rose. Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., 1956. 240 pp.  558
Jule Eisenbud
The Urge to Punish. New Approaches to the Problem of Mental Responsibility for Crime: By Henry Weihofen. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc., 1956. 211 pp.  560
Harold D. Lasswell
The Image of the Heart and the Principle of Synergy in the Human Mind: By Daniel E. Schneider, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 267 pp.  562
Milton Lester
Insanity, Art, and Culture: By Francis Reitman, M.D. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1954. 111 pp.  563
 
Personality in a Communal Society. An Analysis of the Mental Health of the Hutterites: By Bert Kaplan and Thomas F. A. Plaut. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Publications, 1956. 116 pp. The interdisciplinary team that studied the mental health of the Hutterites, and whose findings have already been published by Eaton and Weil in Culture and Mental Disorders, has now released another report. The earlier book attempted a survey of Hutterite mental illness and a comparison of the incidence rates with those found in other groups; the present volume deals with the relationship between Hutterite personality and culture. The results, in terms of method and data, are most inadequate.  564
S. H. Posinsky
Mythology and Values. An Analysis of Navaho Chantway Myths: By Katherine Spencer. Philadelphia: American Folklore Society, 1957. 240 pp.  565
S. H. Posinsky
Ministry and Medicine in Human Relations: Edited by Iago Galdston, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1955. 173 pp.  566
Thomas J. Bigham
Medicine in a Changing Society. Lectures to the Laity, No. XVIII. the New York Academy of Medicine: Edited by Iago Galdston, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 166 pp.  568
Charles Kligerman
Principles of General Psychology: By Gregory A. Kimble. New York: The Ronald Press, Co., 1956. 400 pp.  570
Gertrud M. Kurth
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956.: Symbolism and Its Relationship to the Primary and Secondary Processes. Charles Rycroft. Pp. 137-146.  572
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Notes on Symbolism. Emilio Rodrigué. Pp. 147-158.  572
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Vocational Hazards of Psychoanalysis. Allen Wheelis. Pp. 171-184.  572
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Development of Ball Games, Particularly Cricket. Adrian Stokes. Pp. 185-192.  573
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Some Psychoanalytic Aspects of Biography. Edward Hitschmann. Pp. 265-269.  573
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Transference in Symbolic Realization. M. A. Sechehaye. Pp. 270-277.  573
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Communication of Primary Sensual Experience (The Yell of Joy). Marion Milner. Pp. 278-281.  574
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Reality of the Object and Economic Point of View. F. Pasche and M. Renard. Pp. 282-285.  574
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Beyond the Oral Stage. Arnaldo Rascovsky. Pp. 286-289.  574
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Closed Circle. An Early Image of Sexual Intercourse. Hilde Lewinsky. Pp. 290-297.  574
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: On the Oral Basis of a Case of Male Homosexuality. Alfred Winterstein. Pp. 298-302.  575
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Dynamics of Transference Interpretations. Paula Heimann. Pp. 303-310.  575
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Psychoanalysis and Criminology: A Political Survey. Edward Glover. Pp. 311-318.  575
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Contribution of Psychoanalysis to Forensic Psychiatry. Gregory Zilboorg. Pp. 318-324.  576
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Anxieties of Michelangelo Buonarroti. Richard and Editha Sterba. Pp. 325-330.  576
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Release of Internal Images. Gustav Bychowski. Pp. 331-338.  576
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Depression in the Schizophrenic. Hanna Segal. Pp. 339-343.  576
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Development of Schizophrenic Thought. W. R. Bion. Pp. 344-346.  577
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Repetition and Repetition Compulsion. Walter Toman. Pp. 347-350.  577
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: A Contribution to the Problems of Female Sexuality. Hilda C. Abraham. Pp. 351-353.  577
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Theory of Instinctual Drives. Jeanne Lampl-de Groot. Pp. 354-359.  577
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Normal Countertransference and Some of Its Deviations. R. E. Money-Kyrle. Pp. 360-366.  578
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Introduction to the Discussion on Problems of Transference. Robert Waelder. Pp. 367-368.  578
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Current Concepts of Transference. Elizabeth R. Zetzel. Pp. 369-376.  578
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Transference and Transference Neurosis. W. Hoffer. Pp. 377-379.  578
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Transference: The Analytical Setting and Its Prototype. René A. Spitz. Pp. 380-385.  578
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: On Transference. D. W. Winnicott. Pp. 386-388.  579
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Cold and Warmth in the Transference Experience. E. E. Krapf. Pp. 389-391.  579
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Transference and Thought Transference. Emilio Servadio. Pp. 392-395.  579
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The General Theory of Sexual Perversion. W. H. Gillespie. Pp. 396-403.  579
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Ego in Perverse Relationships. S. Nacht, R. Diatkine, and J. Favreau. Pp. 404-413.  580
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Meaning and Genesis of Fetishism. Angel Garma. Pp. 414-415.  580
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Rebirth Motif in Homosexuality and Its Teleological Significance. I. Peter Glauber. Pp. 416-421.  580
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Delinquent Acts as Perversions and Fetishes. Melitta Schmideberg. Pp. 422-424.  580
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Development of the Ego Concept in Freud's Work. Heinz Hartmann. Pp. 425-438.  580
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Re-Evaluation of the Process of Working Through. Phyllis Greenacre. Pp. 439-444.  581
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: On Some Vicissitudes of Insight in Psychoanalysis. Ernst Kris. Pp. 445-455.  581
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Role of Identification in Psychoanalytic Procedure. Jeanne Lampl-de Groot. Pp. 456-459.  581
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: Some Remarks on the Role of Speech in Psychoanalytic Technique. Rudolph M. Loewenstein. Pp. 460-468.  582
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXVII, 1956: The Nature and Function of the Analyst's Communication to the Patient. Charles Rycroft. Pp. 469-472.  582
Joseph Lander
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Preliminary Notes on Transference in Borderline Neurosis. C. V. Ramana. Pp. 129-145.  583
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: The Psychodynamic Significance of Beliefs Regarding the Cause of Serious Illness. Morton Bard and Ruth B. Dyk. Pp. 146-162.  583
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: An Operational Reformulation of Some of the Basic Principles of Psychoanalysis. Albert Ellis. Pp. 163-180.  583
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Some Recent Psychoanalytic Theories of Schizophrenia. Arnold H. Modell. Pp. 181-194.  584
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: On the Ontogenesis of Repression. Gove Hambidge, Jr. Pp. 195-203.  584
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Forms of the Family Romance. T. A. Watters. Pp. 204-213.  584
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Oedipus the King. An Interpretation. Charles Rado. Pp. 228-234.  584
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Externalization of the Toxic Introject. Marie L. Coleman. Pp. 235-242.  585
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: A Comparative Study of Symbol Formation in the Rorschach Test and the Dream. Rose Palm. Pp. 246-251.  585
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: The Psychodynamism of the Analytic Process. Durval Marcondes. Pp. 261-271.  585
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Black Magic and Superego Formation. Stanley Rosenman. Pp. 272-319.  585
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: The Dynamic You-and-I Relationship With a Borderline Personality. Gerald Hill. Pp. 320-336.  586
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Love and the Psychodynamics of Adaptation. Henry B. Richardson. Pp. 337-347.  586
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Lesbianism as a Transitory Solution of the Ego. Rudolph Wittenberg. Pp. 348-357.  586
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Defensive Meaning of a Specific Anxiety Syndrome. Peter L. Giovacchini. Pp. 373-380.  586
 
Psychoanalytic Review. XLIII, 1956: Ulcerative Colitis as an Anniversary Symptom. Bernhard Bressler. Pp. 381-387.  587
Joseph Lander
Samiksa. VIII, 1954: Contributions to the Psychology of Homosexuals. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 205-209.  587
 
Samiksa. VIII, 1954: Belief, Superstition, and Symptom. George Devereux. Pp. 210-215.  587
Lewis J. Fielding
Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. VI, 1956: Critical Discussion of the Concept of an Instinct of Destruction. Robert Waelder. Pp. 97-109.  587
Edwin F. Alston
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Influence of Symbolic Processes on the Role of Instincts in Human Behavior. Lawrence S. Kubie. Pp. 189-208.  588
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Psychological Factors in the Neurodermatoses. Sidney E. Cleveland and Seymour Fisher. Pp. 209-220.  589
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Psychological Aspects of Cardiac Disease. Stanley M. Kaplan. Pp. 221-233.  589
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVIII, 1956: Response During Anesthesia and Surgery. Fred H. Herring. Pp. 243-251.  589
Edward M. Weinshel
Journal of the Hillside Hospital. VI, 1957: The Meaning of Insulin Therapy to a Schizophrenic Patient. L. Bryce Boyer. Pp. 3-6.  589
 
Journal of the Hillside Hospital. VI, 1957: The Origin of Money in the Animal Sacrifice. William H. Desmonde. Pp. 7-23.  589
 
Journal of the Hillside Hospital. VI, 1957: Psychotherapy With a Case of Maladie des Tics. Joseph William Slap. Pp. 43-54.  590
Joseph Afterman
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: The Effects of Sudden Weaning on Zulu Children. Ronald C. Albino and V. J. Thompson. Pp. 177-210.  590
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: The Effects of Mother-Child Separation: A Follow-Up Study. John Bowlby, Mary Ainsworth, Mary Boston, and Dina Rosenbluth. Pp. 211-247.  591
 
British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXIX, 1956: Sir Kenelm Digby on folie à Deux. A Historical Note. H. Phillip Greenberg, Richard A. Hunter, and Ida Macalpine. Pp. 294-297.  591
McClain Johnston
Revista Uruguaya De Psicoanálisis. I, 1956: A Study of the Concept of the Idealized Object: Its Assimilation and Its Encapsulation. Willy Baranger. Pp. 26-63.  592
 
Revista Uruguaya De Psicoanálisis. I, 1956: Sickness Fantasy and Development of Insight in the Analysis of a Child. Madeleine Baranger. Pp. 143-182.  592
 
Revista Uruguaya De Psicoanálisis. I, 1956: Trauma in Reality and Analysis of Children. Hector Garbarino. Pp. 342-354.  592
Gabriel De La Vega
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  593
John Donadeo
Notes  595
 
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