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List of Articles


Volume 11 (2001)

Issue 1
On What We Need: A Celebration of the Work of Emmanuel Ghent  1
Adam Phillips
Need, Paradox, and Surrender: Commentary on Paper by Adam Phillips  23
Emmanuel Ghent, M.D.
The Intersubjective Turn in Psychoanalysis: A Comparison of Contemporary Theorists: Part 2: Christopher Bollas  43
Julie Gerhardt, Ph.D. and Annie Sweetnam, Ph.D.
Freudian Intersubjectivity: Commentary on Paper by Julie Gerhardt and Annie Sweetnam  93
Christopher Bollas, Ph.D.
The Particularities of Form: Reply to Commentary  107
Julie Gerhardt, Ph.D. and Annie Sweetnam, Ph.D.
A Note on Two Common Assumptions about Interpersonal Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Jeanne Wolff Bernstein's “Countertransference: Our New Royal Road to the Unconscious?”  115
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Further Entanglements of the Intersubjective and Interpersonal Spheres: Reply to Commentary  127
Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis, Post-Modernism and the Lesbian Rule: Lesbian Lives: Psychoanalytic Narratives Old and New by Maggie Magee and Diana C. Miller. (Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1997, 407 pp.)Sexual Subjects: Lesbians, Gender, and Psychoanalysis by Adria E. Schwartz. (New York: Routledge Press, 1998, 199 pp.)  131
Kenneth Lewis, Ph.D.
Theorizing Lesbian Desires: Challenges to Psychoanalyses: Lesbian Lives: Psychoanalytic Narratives Old and New by Maggie Magee and Diana C. Miller. (Hillsdale NJ: The Analytic Press, 1997, 407 pp.)Sexual Subjects: Lesbians, Gender, and Psychoanalysis by Adria E. Schwartz. (New York: Routledge Press, 1998, 199 pp.)  145
Noreen O'Connor, Ph.D.
“They Go Too Far” Reply to Review Essays by Lewes and O'Connor  151
Maggie Magee, M.S.W. and Diana C. Miller, M.D.
Postmodern Jitters and Paradigms Lost: Reply to Review Essays by Lewes and O'Connor  159
Adria E. Schwartz, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Some Contributions of Empirical Infant Research to Adult Psychoanalysis: What Have We Learned? How Can We Apply It?  167
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Emotional Connections and Dyadic Consciousness in Infant—Mother and Patient—Therapist Interactions: Commentary on Paper by Frank M. Lachmann  187
Edward Z. Tronick, Ph.D.
The New Baby Settles In: Commentary on Paper by Frank M. Lachmann  195
Stephen Seligman, DMH
Dialectics Forever: Reply to Commentaries  213
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Analyzing Multiplicity: A Postmodern Perspective on Some Current Psychoanalytic Theories of Subjectivity  221
Susan Fairfield
On the Importance of Being (Earnestly) Hybrid—Or, Qualms of a Quasi-Postmodernist: Commentary on Paper by Susan Fairfield  253
Margaret Crastnopol, Ph.D.
Fractured Fairy Tales: Commentary on Paper by Susan Fairfield  269
Dodi Goldman, Ph.D.
The Treatment of Choice: Commentary on Paper by Susan Fairfield  283
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
An Elegy, a Love Song, and a Lullaby  293
Thomas H. Ogden, M.D.
Issue 3
More Life: Centrality and Marginality in Human Development  313
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
More or Less Life: Commentary on Paper by Ken Corbett  337
Adam Phillips
More Metaphor: Commentary on Paper by Ken Corbett  343
Diana Fuss, Ph.D.
Happy Play: Reply to Commentaries  347
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
The Fog Rolled In: Induced Dissociative States in Clinical Process  357
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D. and Barbara H. Gold, Ph.D.
The Gorilla Did It: Some Thoughts on Dissociation, the Real, and the Really Real  385
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Constructivism with a Human Face  405
Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D.
Review Essay: The Ethical and the Epistemological  431
Ruth Stein, Ph.D.
Review Essay: Constructivism, Dialectic, and Mortality  451
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Reply to Reviews by Slavin, Stein, and Stern  469
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Unlawful Entry: Male Fears of Psychic Penetration  499
Dianne Elise, Ph.D.
Breakthroughs and Phallacies: Commentary on Paper by Dianne Elise  533
Harriet Kimble Wrye, Ph.D., ABPP
Outside In: Commentary on Paper by Dianne Elise  541
Emmanuel Kaftal, Ph.D.
The Making of Sausage and Law Is Not a Pretty Sight: Commentary on Paper by Dianne Elise  549
Stephen R. Friedlander, Ph.D.
From the Same Planet: Reply to Commentaries  561
Dianne Elise, Ph.D.
Introduction  571
Jeremy D. Safran, Ph.D. and Lewis Aron, Ph.D., ABPP
The Meaning of Empirically Supported Treatment Research for Psychoanalytic and Other Long-Term Therapies  583
Lester Luborsky, Ph.D.
Implications of the Empirically Supported Treatment Movement for Psychoanalysis  605
Hans H. Strupp, Ph.D.
Psychotherapy Research and Psychoanalytic Practice: Commentary on Papers by Lester Luborsky and Hans H. Strupp  621
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
The Effort to Identify Empirically Supported Psychological Treatments and Its Implications for Clinical Research, Practice, and Training: Commentary on Papers by Lester Luborsky and Hans H. Strupp  635
Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
The Talking Cure in the Cross Fire of Empiricism—The Struggle for the Hearts and Minds of Psychoanalytic Clinicians: Commentary on Papers by Lester Luborsky and Hans H. Strupp  647
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., FBA
When Worlds Collide: Psychoanalysis and the Empirically Supported Treatment Movement  659
Jeremy D. Safran, Ph.D.
Issue 5
It Takes One to Know One; or, Whose Unconscious Is It Anyway?  683
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
To Live Before Dying: Commentary on Paper by Anthony Bass  703
Peter Shabad, Ph.D.
Object Relationships—Symmetry and Asymmetry: Commentary on Paper by Anthony Bass  711
Paul Williams, Ph.D.
Mental Structure, Psychic Process, and Analytic Relations— How People Change in Analysis: Reply to Commentaries  717
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Cultivating the Improvisational in Psychoanalytic Treatment  727
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
What Happens Next? A Developmental Model of Therapeutic Spontaneity: Commentary on Paper by Philip A. Ringstrom  755
Russell Meares, M.D.
Freedom: Commentary on Paper by Philip A. Ringstrom  771
Stephen Nachmanovitch, Ph.D.
High-Risk, High-Gain Choices: Commentary on Paper by Philip A. Ringstrom  785
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
“Yes, and …”—How Improvisation Is the Essence of Good Psychoanalytic Dialogue: Reply to Commentaries  797
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Reply to Commentaries by Crastnopol, Goldman, and Mitchell  807
Susan Fairfield
Issue 6
Introduction: The Editors  823
 
Perversion Is Us? Eight Notes  825
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.
Talking About Talking About Patients  861
Annie Sweetnam, Ph.D.
The Floating “I”—An Experience of Shifting Form: Commentary on Paper by Anne Sweetnam  885
Alice A. Jones, M.D.
Treating Patients with Symptoms—and Symptoms with Patience: Reflections on Shame, Dissociation, and Eating Disorders  891
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
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