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Volume 19 (1999)

Issue 1 - Clinical Aspects of Compliance
Issue Editors: Gail S. Reed, Ph.D. and Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Prologue  1
Howard B. Levine, M.D., Editor and Gail S. Reed, Ph.D., Editor
Yes and No: The Complexities of Compliance in the Clinical Situation  5
Ana-María Rizzuto, M.D.
The Defensive Uses of Compliance  22
Michael Feldman, M.D.
The Ambiguity of Influence: Suggestion and Compliance in the Analytic Process  40
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Compliance as Cooperation, Compliance as Defensive: One Example of Dialectic Tension in the Clinical Exchange  61
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Analysts Who Submit and Patients Who Comply: Sadomasochistic Transference/Countertransference Interchanges and Their Rationalizations  82
Gail S. Reed, Ph.D.
Discussion: Some Aspects of Compliance in Psychoanalytic Treatment  97
Gerald I. Fogel, M.D.
Epilogue  114
Howard B. Levine, M.D., Editor and Gail S. Reed, M.D., Editor
Issue 2 - Child Psychotherapy: A Report from the Tavistock Clinic
Issue Editors: Dilys Daws, M.A. and Judith Green Loose, M.A.
Prologue  119
Dilys Daws, Editor
The Training of Child Psychotherapists at the Tavistock Clinic: Philosophy and Practice  125
Margaret Rustin, B.A
Infant Observation as a Precursor of Clinical Training  142
Lisa Miller, M.A.
Adapting the Tavistock Model of Infant Observation to Work in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit  146
Diane Boyer, R.N. and Pamela Sorensen, MACP
The Development of the Concept of Time in Fostered and Adopted Children  160
Hamish Canham, M. Psych. Psych.
Motiveless Malignity: Problems in the Psychotherapy of Psychopathic Patients  172
Anne Alvarez, M.A.
From Individual to Institution: How the Psychotherapy of a Mentally Handicapped Girl Has Informed My Consultation Work in a School  185
Louise Emanuel, B.A
“The Ghost of an Idea….” On Scrooge, Internal Worlds and Attachment Patterns  201
Janet Philps, D.Phil.
Assessing Adolescents: Process or Procedure—The Problems of Thinking About Thinking  215
Margot Waddell, Ph.D.
Narcissistic Illusions in Late Adolescence: The Role of Defensive and Gratifying Object-Relationships and Generative Opportunities  229
Juliet Hopkins, M.A.
On Different Introjective Processes and the Hypothesis of an “Omega Function”  243
Gianna Williams
Facts and Fiction: An Exploration of Parent Work With Two Maternally Deprived Mothers  254
Judith Green Loose, M.A.
Parent—Infant Psychotherapy: Remembering the Oedipus Complex  267
Dilys Daws, M.A.
Epilogue  279
Dilys Daws, Editor and Judith Green Loose, Editor
Issue 3 - Is Shame the Central Affect of Disorders of the Self?
Issue Editor: Elizabeth M. Carr, MSN
Prologue  281
Elizabeth M. Carr, RNCS, MSN
Wounded But Still Walking: One Man's Effort to Move Out of Shame  289
Elizabeth M. Carr, RNCS, MSN
Trauma, Shame Conflicts, and Affect Regression: Discussion of “Wounded But Still Walking”  309
Leon Wurmser
Walking Taller, Though Still Wounded: A Discussion of “Wounded But Still Walking: One Man's Effort to Move Out of Shame”  320
Andrew P. Morrison, M.D.
Shame Conceived from the Perspective of Compromise Formation Theory  332
Arnold Rothstein, M.D.
Shame and the Idea of a Central Affect  347
Melvin R. Lansky, M.D.
Wrestling with Proteus: The Many Forms of Shame  362
Benjamin Kilborne, Ph.D.
The Role of Affect Integration and Regulation in Disorders of the Self  373
Barnet D. Malin, M.D.
Shame and Guilt: A Synthesis  388
Sydney E. Pulver, M.D.
The Experts Give Their Views of a Case Report of Shame: A Commentary on Diversity  407
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Epilogue  420
Elizabeth M. Carr, RNCS, MSN, Editor
Issue 4 - Attachment Research and Psychoanalysis: 1. Theoretical Considerations
Issue Editors: Diana Diamond, Ph.D. and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
Dedication  423
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D., Editor
Prologue  424
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., Editor and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D., Editor
Points of Contact and Divergence Between Psychoanalytic and Attachment Theories: Is Psychoanalytic Theory Truly Different  448
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., FBA
Second-Generation Effects of Unresolved Trauma in Nonmaltreating Parents: Dissociated, Frightened, and Threatening Parental Behavior  481
Erik Hesse, Ph.D. and Mary Main, Ph.D.
Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis: Further Differentiation Within Insecure Attachment Patterns  541
Kenneth N. Levy, Ph.D. and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
The Two-Person Unconscious: Intersubjective Dialogue, Enactive Relational Representation, and the Emergence of New Forms of Relational Organization  576
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Ph.D.
The Development of Caregiving: A Comparison of Attachment Theory and Psychoanalytic Approaches to Mothering  618
Carol George, Ph.D. and Judith Solomon, Ph.D.
Discussion  647
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Epilogue  662
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., Editor and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D., Editor
Issue 5 - Attachment Research and Psychoanalysis: 2. Clinical Implications
Issue Editors: Diana Diamond, Ph.D. and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
Prologue  669
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., Editor and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D., Editor
Mary D. Salter Ainsworh, Ph.D. 1913-1999  681
Mary D. Salter Ainsworh, Ph.D.
Mary D. Salter Ainsworth: Tribute and Portrait  682
Mary Main, Ph.D.
Negative Maternal Attributions: Effects on Toddlers' Sense of Self  737
Alicia F. Lieberman, Ph.D.
Understanding the Dissociative Processes: The Contribution of Attachment Theory  757
Giovanni Liotti, M.D.
How Attachment Theory Can Contribute to the Understanding of Affective Functioning in Psychoanalysis  784
Massimo Ammaniti, M.D.
Representation, Symbolization, and Affect Regulation in the Concomitant Treatment of a Mother and Child: Attachment Theory and Child Psychotherapy  797
Arietta Slade, Ph.D.
Borderline Conditions and Attachment: A Preliminary Report  831
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., John Clarkin, Ph.D., Hilary Levine, Ken Levy, Ph.D., Pamela Foelsch, Ph.D. and Frank Yeomans, M.D.
“States of Mind with Respect to Attachment” and Change in a Psychotherapeutic Relationship: A Study of the Coherence of Transcript in a Short-Term Psychotherapy with an Adolescent  885
Sergio Muscetta, M.D., Nino Dazzi, M.D., Alessandra De Coro, M.D., Francesca Ortu, M.D. and Anna Maria Speranza, M.D.
Discussion  922
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Epilogue  938
Diana Diamond, Ph.D. and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
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