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Volume 14 (1994)

Issue 1 - Separation-Individuation Theory Revisited
Issue Editor: Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D.
Prologue  1
Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D.
The Era of Separation-Individuation  4
Fred Pine, Ph.D.
The Relevance of Mahler's Observational Studies to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis  25
Gertrude Blanck, Ph.D. and Rubin Blanck, M.S.
The Interplay Between Separation-Individuation and the Oedipus Complex: Clinical Implications  42
Joyce Edward, C.S.W., B.C.D.
Max and His Diaper: An Example of the Interplay of Arrests in Psychosexual Development and the Separation-Individuation Process  58
Diana Siskind, M.S.W., B.C.D.
Further Inquiry into Negotiations of Separation-Individuation Conflicts: A Boy and a Girl Respond to Fluctuations in Mother's Emotional Availability  83
Anni Bergman, Ph.D. and Maria Fahey
Therapeutic Change: A Clinical Perspective  111
Newell Fischer, M.D.
The Separation-Individuation Process from a Developmental-Structuralist Perspective: Its Application to Infants with Constitutional Differences  128
Serena Wieder, Ph.D.
Epilogue  153
Linda Gunsberg, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - The Clinical Use of Multiple Models: Possibilities and Dangers in the Approaches of Fred Pine, Ph.D. and John Gedo, M.D.
Issue Editors: Carole Grande, Ph.D. and Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
Prologue  157
Carole Grand, Ph.D. and Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
A Synopsis of Fred Pine's “Four Psychologies”  159
Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
Clinical Advantages and Disadvantages of Multiple Models  164
Charles Hanly, Ph.D.
Theory as Practice  185
Donald M. Kaplan, Ph.D.
Common Ground or Divided Ground?  201
Arnold Modell, M.D.
Multiple Models, Clinical Practice, and Psychoanalytic Theory: Response to Discussants  212
Fred Pine, Ph.D.
The Clinical Theories of John Gedo: A Synopsis  235
Terry C. Rodgers, M.D.
Multiple Models and the Psychoanalytic Stance  243
Andrew B. Druck, Ph.D.
Beyond the Blueprints of Mental Function  261
George Moraitis, M.D.
The Developmental Approach Of John Gedo  276
Estelle Shane, Ph.D. and Morton Shane, M.D.
Academicism, Romanticism, and Science in the Psychoanalytic Enterprise  295
John E. Gedo, M.D.
Epilogue  313
Carole Grand, Ph.D. and Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
Projective Identification In Phantasy and Enactment  423
Michael Feldman, F.R.C.Psych.
Issue 3 - Contemporary Kleinian Psychoanalysis
Issue Editor: Helen Schoenhals, Dr. med.
Prologue  319
Helen Schoenhals, Issue Editor
Developments in Kleinian Thought: Overview and Personal View  324
Elizabeth Bott Spillius, Ph.D.
The Blindness of the Seeing Eye: Inverse Symmetry as a Defense Against Reality  365
Ronald Britton, M.B.B.S., F.R.C. Psych.
Obsessional Certainty Versus Obsessional Doubt: From Two to Three  379
Ignês Sodré, BSc
Being True to a False Object: A View of Identification  393
Priscilla Roth
Patient-Centered and Analyst-Centered Interpretations: Some Implications of Containment and Countertransference  406
John Steiner, M.B.Ch.B., F.R.C. Psych.
Sadomasochism in the Transference/Countertransference As a Defense Against Psychic Pain  441
Ruth Cycon
Kleinian Supervision in Germany: A Clinical Example  451
Helen Schoenhals, Dr. med
Commentary: Traditional Freudian and Kleinian Freudian Analysis  462
Roy Schafer, Ph.D.
Epilogue  476
Helen Schoenhals, Issue Editor
Issue 4 - Erotic Transference: Contemporary Perspectives
Issue Editors: Edith Gould, C.S.W. and Judith Rosenberger, Ph.D.
Prologue  477
Edith Gould, M.S. and Judith Rosenberger, Ph.D.
The Special Place of the Erotic Transference in Psychoanalysis  483
Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
The Challenge of Erotized Transference to Psychoanalytic Technique  499
Martin S. Bergmann
Narcissistic Lust and Other Vicissitudes of Sexuality  519
Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
What Angel Would Hear Me?: The Erotics of Transference  535
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
A Case of Erotized Transference in a Male Patient Formations and Transformations  558
Edith Gould, M.S.
Aspects of the Erotic Transference  572
Christopher Bollas, Ph.D.
Clinical Observations of Sexual and Sensual Aspects of the Transference in Women  591
Elaine V. Siegel, Ph.D.
How Can I Eroticize Thee? Let Me Count the Ways  604
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Discussion on the Erotic Transference: Contemporary Perspectives  622
Harold P. Blum, M.D.
Epilogue  636
Edith Gould, M.S. and Judith Rosenberger, Ph.D.
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