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Volume 27 (2007)

Issue 1 - We Are Alone Together: Working With a Severely Traumatized Woman
Issue Editors: Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Introduction and Prologue to Volume 1  1
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Alone Together: The Case of Judy and Ann  5
Judith Pickles, Ph.D.
How Long a Rope Do You Throw to Someone Who Is Drowning Twenty Feet off Shore?  24
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
How Can a Developmental Perspective Help Us in Considering Clinical Process: Discussion of Judith Pickles's Case of Ann  34
Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D.
Editors' Commentary on Lachmann and Nahum  46
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
The Divided Self: Shifting an Intrapsychic Balance the Forward Edge of a Kinship Transference: To Bleed like Everyone Else  50
Marian Tolpin, M.D.
Enhancing the Therapeutic Experience: A Relational Commentary on Judith Pickle's Case  66
Margaret J. Black, C.S.W.
Commentary on Tolpin and Black's Discussion of Judith Pickles's Case  87
Gianni Nebbiosi, Ph.D.
Editors' Commentary on the Five Discussants' Views of Episode 4  95
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Epilogue  102
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - We Are Alone Together: Working With a Severely Traumatized Woman
Issue Editors: Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Introduction to Volume 2  103
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Alone Together: The Case of Judy and Ann  106
Judith Pickles, Ph.D.
Discussion of Judy Pickles's Case Presentation from the Perspective of Psychoanalytic Specificity Theory  125
Howard A. Bacal, M.D.
Contextualist Sensibilities in Psychoanalysis: A Discussion of Judy Pickles's Case Presentation  139
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., Psy.D.
How the Therapy Worked: The Case of Dr. Pickles and Ann  146
Harold Sampson, Ph.D.
A Despairing, Repetitive Scream for the Loss of the Body Electric  155
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D.
Discussion of Dr. Judy Pickles's Paper: The Perspective of Nonlinear Open Systems Theory  166
Jeffrey L. Trop, M.D.
Editors' Commentary on the Five Discussants' Views  177
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Epilogue  185
Judith Pickles, Ph.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Issue 3 - The Analyst’s Love: Contemporary Perspectives
Issue Editor: Daniel Shaw, LCSW
Prologue  187
Daniel Shaw, LCSW
The Imprisonment and Liberation of Love: The Dangers and Possibilities of Love in the Psychoanalytic Relationship  197
Jonathan H. Slavin, Ph.D., ABPP
Analytic Love: Possibilities and Limitations  219
Eric Mendelsohn, Ph.D.
Analytic Trust and Transference: Love, Healing Ruptures and Facilitating Repairs  246
Steven J. Ellman, Ph.D.
A Responsible Controversy about Failures of Love: Some Comments on the Ethics of Presenting and Listening in Conference Space  264
Gershon J. Molad, M.A., Judith E. Vida, M.D., Sharon Bassett, Ph.D., Samoan Barish, Ph.D. and Peggy Dubois, Psy.D.
Analytic Love and Power: Responsiveness and Responsibility  287
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.
What Heals in Psychoanalysis?  302
Robert S. Weinstein, Ph.D.
Learning About Love Through the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis  310
Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D.
Searching for Love and Expecting Rejection: Implicit and Explicit Dimensions in Cocreating Analytic Change  326
James L. Fosshage, Ph.D.
Love and Work: Analysis and Ordinary Ongoingness  348
Gilbert W. Cole, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Epilogue  366
Daniel Shaw, LCSW
Issue 4 - Psychoanalytic Visions of Cinema/Cinematic Visions of Psychoanalysis
Issue Editors: Diana Diamond, Ph.D., Harriet Wrye, Ph.D. and Andrea Sabbadini, M.A.
Prologue  367
Diana Diamond, Ph.D., Harriet Wrye, Ph.D. and Andrea Sabbadini, M.A.
Psychoanalysis: The 11th Muse (A Conversation)  381
Bernardo Bertolucci and Andrea Sabbadini
The Birth of Psychoanalysis: From Incestuous Couples to Transference Love  395
Maria Vittoria Costantini and Paola Golinelli
Musical Blending and Altruistic Surrender in Bertolucci's Besieged (1999)  409
Bruce H. Sklarew, M.D.
On the Merging of Temporalities in Bernardo Bertolucci's Histoire d'Eaux (2002)  419
Andrea Sabbadini
Passion for Survival in Polanski's The Pianist  425
Diana Diamond, Ph.D.
Music and Trauma in Polanski's The Pianist (2002)  440
Alexander Stein
Perversion Annihilates Creativity and Love: A Passion for Destruction in Haneke's The Piano Teacher  455
Harriet Kimble Wrye
Aestheticism and Creativity in 1900: The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean by Giuseppe Tornatore (Italy, 1998)  467
Maria Vittoria Costantini and Paola Golinelli
Attachment Disorganization and Creativity in Fanny and Alexander  474
Diana Diamond
Three Sisters: Sibling Knots in Ingmar Bergman's Cries and Whispers  481
Andrea Sabbadini
From Father to Son: Adolescence and the Relationship Between Fathers and Sons Seen Through Two Generations of Italian Film Directors  487
Elisabetta Marchiori, M.D., Pietro Roberto Goisis, M.D. and Massimo De Mari, M.D.
Uneasy Love: Sentimental Diseases and Crisis of the Couple in Antonioni's Movies  504
Angelo Battistini
The Ego, the Eye, and the Camera Lens—A Psychoanalytic Reading of Traumatic Loss and Mourning in Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colours Blue(1993)  510
Helen Taylor Robinson
Central European Twins: Psychoanalysis and Cinema in Ildikó Enyedi's My Twentieth Century  525
Catherine Portuges
Epilogue  540
Harriet Wrye, Ph.D., Diana Diamond, Ph.D. and Andrea Sabbadini, M.A.
Issue 5 - Can (Should) Case Reports Be Written for Research Use?
Issue Editor: Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
Prologue  545
Melvin Bornstein, M.D.
What Kind of Science is Psychoanalysis?  547
Bertram J. Cohler, Ph.D. and Robert Galatzer-Levy, M.D.
Psychoanalysis, Narrative Psychology, and the Meaning of “Science”  583
Mark Freeman, Ph.D.
Perils and Pitfalls of Memory-Based Reporting: How Case Histories Can Become More Evidence-Based  602
Donald P. Spence
Four Domains of Experience in the Therapeutic Discourse  617
Wilma Bucci, Ph.D.
Can (Should) Case Reports Be Written for Research Use?  640
Daria Colombo, M.D. and Robert Michels, M.D.
Comparative Psychoanalysis on the Basis of a New Form of Treatment Report  650
Helmut Thomä and Horst Kächele
Diversity without Fanfare: Some Reflections on Contemporary Psychoanalytic Technique  690
Salman Akhtar, M.D.
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