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Volume 78 (2009)

Issue 1
Original Articles
An Empty Mirror: Reflections on Nonrepresentation  1
Gail S. Reed
Bion's Ego Psychology: Implications for an Intersubjective View of Psychic Structure  27
Lawrence J. Brown
A New View from the Acropolis: Dissociative Identity Disorder  57
Ira Brenner
Seeing the Light  107
Delia Battin and Eugene Mahon
Body, Affect, Thought: Reflections on the Work of Matte Blanco and Ferrari  123
Riccardo Lombardi
Three Varieties of Authority  161
Jason A. Wheeler Vega
The Upward Slope: A Study of Psychoanalytic Transformations  201
Norbert Freedman, Richard Lasky and Rhonda Ward
Brief Communication
“You've Hurt Me!”: Clinical Reflections on Moral Sadism  233
Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau
Book Review Essay
Representations and Their Vicissitudes: The Legacy of André Green  243
Howard B. Levine
Book Reviews
Psychoanalytic Disagreements in Context. By Dale Boesky. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2008. 230 pp.  265
Arnold M. Cooper
The Many Voices of Psychoanalysis. By Roger Kennedy. London/New York: Routledge, 2007. 297 pp.  274
Sybil A. Ginsburg
Coasting in the Countertransference: Conflicts of Self-Interest Between Analyst and Patient. By Irwin Hirsch. New York/London: The Analytic Press, 2008. 215 pp.  277
Aaron Esman
Listening to Hanna Segal. By Jean-Michel Quinodoz. London: Routledge, 2008. 171 pp.  280
R. D. Hinshelwood
Escape from Selfhood: Breaking Boundaries and Craving for Oneness. By Ilany Kogan. London: International Psychoanalytical Association, 2007. 106 pp.  287
Martin A. Silverman
Psychoanalysis as a Journey. By Franco Borgogno. London: Open Gate Press, 2007. 239 pp.  294
Wendy W. Katz
Aesthetic Experience: Beauty, Creativity, and the Search for the Ideal. By George Hagman. Amsterdam, Holland/New York: Rodopi, 2005. 168 pp.  301
Bradley Collins
The Neurobehavioral and Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Children. Edited by Ed Tronick. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2007. 571 pp.  309
Ruth S. Fischer
Abstracts
Psychoanalysis in Italy: “Freud After All” 2007  317
Jack Giuliani
Issue 2 - Psychoanalysis and Literature
Editor's Introduction  341
Henry F. Smith
Original Two-Part Essay
Kafka, Borges, and the Creation of Consciousness, Part I: Kafka—Dark Ironies of the “Gift” of Consciousness  343
Thomas H. Ogden
Kafka, Borges, And The Creation of Consciousness, Part II: Borges—A Life of Letters Encompassing Everything and Nothing  369
Thomas H. Ogden
Original Articles
The Inability to Mourn and the Inability to Love in Shakespeare's Hamlet  397
Martin S. Bergmann
The Death of Hamnet: An Essay on Grief and Creativity  425
Eugene J. Mahon
Sibling Jealousy and Aesthetic Ambiguity in Austen's Pride and Prejudice  445
Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly
The Clash of Irrationalities in Sophocles' Antigone  469
Patrick J. Mahony
What the Story is About: Carver, Lish, and the Editorial Process  491
Adele Tutter
Tender is the Night: Romantic Tragedy or the Tragedy of Boundary Violations?  533
Sybil Houlding
Imaginative Literature and Bion's Intersubjective Theory of Thinking  559
Walker Shields
Book Reviews
Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis. By George Makari. New York: Harper Collins, 2008. 580 pp.  589
Daria Colombo
Freud's Requiem: Mourning, Memory, and the Invisible History of a Summer Walk. By Matthew Von Unwerth. New York: Riverhead Books (Penguin Group), 2005. 254 pp.  592
Richard M. Gottlieb
Freud's Italian Journey. By Laurence Simmons. New York: Ro-dopi, 2006. 282 pp.  597
Joseph Reppen
From Impression to Inquiry: A Tribute to the Work of Robert Wallerstein. Edited by Wilma Bucci and Norbert Freedman. London: International Psychoanalytical Association, 2007. 280 pp.  599
Jean Roiphe
Torment me, but don't Abandon Me: Psychoanalysis of the Severe Neuroses in a New Key. By Léon Wurmser. Lanham, MD/Plymouth, UK: Jason Aronson, Rowman and Little-field, 2007. 335 pp.  608
Richard Zimmer
Taking Risks from the Unconscious. By Donald M. Marcus and “Hope.” Lanham, MD/New York: Jason Aronson, 2007. 140 pp.  612
Aaron H. Esman
Talking about Supervision: 10 Questions, 10 Analysts = 100 Answers. By Laura Elliot Rubinstein. Broomhills, UK/London: International Psychoanalytical Association, 2007. 128 pp.  614
Jorge De La Torre
Adaptations: Disquisitions on Psychoanalysis, 1997-2006. By Phillip Freeman. Boston, MA: Hans Sachs Library, 2007. 89 pp.  620
Benjamin Kilborne
Abstracts
Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis: Abstracted by William Butler Volume 15, Number 1 Spring 2007: Deconstruction of Sexual Normality in “Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality.” Martin Dannecker, pp. 11-28.  623
 
The Psychodynamics That Lead to Violence, Part 1: The Case of the Chronically Violent Delinquent. By Dianne Casoni and Louis Brunet, pp. 41-55.  624
 
Self-Punishment as Guilt Evasion: The Case of Harry Guntrip. By Donald L. Carveth, pp. 56-76.  625
 
Reading the Notes on the Rat Man Case. By Patrick Mahony, pp. 93-117  626
 
“No People Are Cold!”: On Young Children's Rejection of Metaphorization. By Burton A. Melnick, pp. 118-143.  628
 
The Malaise of Culture and the Problem of the Superego. By Catherine Chabert, pp. 238-260.  629
 
Volume 15, No. 2, Fall 2007: The Psychodynamics That Lead to Violence, Part 2: “Ordinary People” Involved in Mass Violence. By Dianne Casoni and Louis Brunet, pp. 261-280.  630
 
Understanding Vocalization in Primitive Mental States: Bellowing, Blaring, and Blathering. By David L. Goldman, pp. 281-301.  631
 
Revisiting Sigmund Freud's “Dream of the Botanical Monograph.” By Lawrence M. Ginsburg, pp. 302-313.  632
 
Who Should Become a Psychoanalyst? Canadian Psychoanalytic Society 50th Anniversary Congress Panel. By Daniel Traub-Werner, pp. 314-331.  633
 
Issue 3
Editor's Introduction  635
Henry F. Smith
Memoir  637
Charles Brenner
Interview of Charles Brenner: On the Occasion of the Publication of Psychoanalysis or Mind and Meaning  675
Robert Michels
Partners in Thought: A Clinical Process Theory of Narrative  701
Donnel B. Stern
Little Hans: Masculinity Foretold  733
Ken Corbett
Freud's Rat Man from the Perspective of an Early-Life Variant of the Oedipus Complex  765
Marvin P. Osman
The Internal Obstructive Object in the Analysis of a Woman who Envies her Rapist  791
Ellen F. Wilson
On Three Strands of Meaning Associated with the Word NIGGER Used During the Course of a Psychoanalytic Treatment  819
Donald B. Moss
Payment as Perverse Defense  843
Wendy Wiener Katz
Freud, Transference, and Therapeutic Action  871
Sander M. Abend
Discussion of Sander M. Abend's “Freud, Transference, and Therapeutic Action”  893
Marilia Aisenstein
Comments on Sander M. Abend's “Freud, Transference, and Therapeutic Action”  903
Jorge Canestri
Freud's Technique: More from Experience Than Theory  913
Lawrence Friedman
Commentary on Sander M. Abend's “Freud, Transference, and Therapeutic Action”  925
Jay Greenberg
Response to Commentaries  937
Sander M. Abend
Book Reviews
Time, Self, and Psychoanalysis. William W. Meissner. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2007. 286 pp.  943
Aisha Abbasi
Envy and Gratitude Revisited. Edited by Priscilla Roth and Alessandra Lemma. London: Karnac Books, 2008. 239 pp.  950
Sharon Roberts
Beyond the Reflection: The Role of the Mirror Paradigm in Clinical Practice. By Paulina Kernberg, in Collaboration with Bernadette Buhl-Nielsen and Lina Normandin. New York, NY: Other Press, 2006. 211 pp.  959
Joseph S. Bierman
Abstracts
The International Journal of Infant Observation and its Applications  967
Marsha Silverstein
Disruptive and Distressed Toddlers: The Impact of Undetected Maternal Depression on Infants and Young Children. By Louise Emanuel, pp. 249-260.  967
 
Eating Difficulties in Early Infancy and Experience of the Combined Object. By Ornella Caccia, pp. 295-304.  971
 
A Conflict between Distance and Closeness: The Mother's Bittersweet Experience of Becoming Separate from Her Toddler. By Lucy Dunbar, pp. 77-88.  976
 
Ghosts in the Nursery and Wolves at the Door. By Richard Duggins, pp. 77-88.  979
 
Issue 4 - History of Psychoanalysis
Original Articles
A Different Universe: Reading Loewald through “On the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis”  983
Nancy J. Chodorow
My Experience of Analysis with Loewald  1013
Stanley Stern
Sigmund Freud's Practice: Visits and Consultation, Psychoanalyses, Remuneration  1033
Christfried Tögel
Winnicott's 1968 Visit to the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute: A Contextual View  1059
Francis Baudry
Drawing on Psychoanalytic Pedagogy: The Influence of August Aichhorn on the Psychotherapy of Adolescents  1091
Florian Houssier and François Marty
Enduring Relevance: An Introduction to the Clinical Contributions of K. R. Eissler  1109
Emanuel E. Garcia
Republication of Classic Article
“After the Analysis …”  1127
Melitta Schmideberg
Commentaries and Critical Discussions
Melitta and Her Mother  1147
Elizabeth Spillius
Commentary on Melitta Schmideberg's “‘After the Analysis …’”  1167
Rosemary H. Balsam
Brief Communications
Correcting the Record: A Letter on Behalf of Bertram David Lewin  1181
Lawrence M. Ginsburg
On Publishing Ethics: A Review of Conventions and Practices  1185
Peter Hartocollis
Book Reviews
Transforming Narcissism: Reflections on Empathy, Humor, and Expectations. By Frank M. Lachmann. New York/London: Analytic Press, 2007. 272 pp.  1199
Kenneth Newman
Relational Theory and the Practice of Psychotherapy. By Paul Wachtel. New York/London: Guilford Press, 2008. 338 pp.  1206
Henry J. Friedman
Sexual Boundary Violations: Therapeutic, Supervisory, and Academic Contexts. By Andrea Celenza. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2007. 314 pp.  1211
Aaron H. Esman
The Struggle Against Mourning. By Ilany Kogan. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2007. 218 pp.  1212
Julia Matthews
Children in Genocide, Extreme Traumatization, and Affect Regulation. By Suzanne Kaplan. London: International Psychoanalysis Library, 2008. 296 pp.: The Unbroken Soul: Tragedy, Trauma, and Resilience. Edited by Henri Parens, Harold P. Blum, and Salman Akhtar. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2008. 198 pp.  1222
Ronald Fleischmann
Theaters of Trauma: Dialogues for Healing. By Richard Raubolt. Bloomington, IN: IUniverse, 2008. 102 pp.  1225
Jon Mills
Biology of Freedom: Neural Plasticity, Experience, and the Unconscious. By François Ansermet and Pierre Magistretti. Translated from the French by Susan Fairfield. New York: Other Press, 2007. 254 pp.  1228
David L. Frank
Integrated Treatment of Eating Disorders: Beyond the Body Betrayed. By Kathryn Zerbe. New York/London: Norton, 2008. 370 pp.  1238
Eric Lager
Abstracts
Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review: Volume 30, Number 1 - 2007: Erotization of the Analytic Situation. By Lars Christian Opdal, pp. 2-12.  1243
Henning Paikin
Sibling Rivalry and the Structuring of the Mind. By Anneli Larmo, pp. 22-30.  1243
 
Sándor Ferenczi: The First Intersubjectivist. By Imre Szecsödy, pp. 31-41.  1244
 
Volume 30, Number 2 - 2007: The Psychoanalytic Theory of Motivation: Drive or Affect? By Henrik Enckell, pp. 64-75.  1244
 
The Present and Absent Object: On Thinking and the Capacity to Symbolize. By Arne Jemstedt, pp. 98-105.  1245
 
Volume 31, Number 1 - 2008: Countertransference and the Characters of the Psychoanalytic Session. By Antonino Ferro and Roberto Basile, pp. 3-10.  1246
 
Fumbling Words: Similarities Between Poetry and the Early Stages of Interpretation. By Marita Niemi, pp. 11-20.  1246
 
Primal Seduction in the Psychoanalytic Relation. By Enar Olsson, pp. 21-28  1247
 
Bodily Symptoms and a Psychoanalytic Model of Affect. By Erkki Åårelå, pp. 29-37.  1247
 
Naturalistic Studies of Psychoanalytic Treatments: Some Epistemo-logical and Methodological Remarks. By Siegfried Zepf, pp. 50-60.  1247
 
Volume 31, Number 2 - 2008: Some Thoughts on Happy and Unhappy Love. By Esa Roos, pp. 77-85.  1248
 
Neutrality, Tenderness, and the Analyst's Subjectivity: Reflections on the Analytic Relationship. By Anders Zachrisson, pp. 86-94.  1248
 
Run or Die: Bi-Logical Phenomena at the Body-Mind Border. By Timo Niemi and Riccardo Lombardi, pp. 95-104.  1249
 
The Enigmatic “Nature of the Subject,” with Philosophy at the Interface of Psychoanalysis and Society. By Jurgen Reeder, pp. 114-121.  1249
 
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