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Volume 35 (2015)

Issue 1 - Psychoanalysis and Tragedy: Awe, Hubris, and Shame, and Their Clinical Significance
Prologue
Prologue: Psychoanalysis and Tragedy: Awe, Hubris, and Shame, and Their Clinical Significance  1
Léon Wurmser, M.D., Ph.D.
Original Articles
Mortal Wound, Shame, and Tragic Search: Reflections on Tragic Experience and Tragic Conflicts in History, Literature, and Psychotherapy  13
Léon Wurmser, M.D., Ph.D.
Sophocles’ Antigone and the Self-Isolation of the Tragic Hero  40
Elizabeth Bobrick, Ph.D.
The Escalation of Conflict in Sophocles’ Antigone  47
Melvin R. Lansky, M.D.
Blood Parents Versus Foster Parents, or What Was So Terrible About Killing Laius?  53
David Konstan, Ph.D.
Knowing and Not Knowing: Lost Innocence in Oedipus Tyrannos  60
Melvin R. Lansky, M.D.
The Horror and the Pity: Phrikē as a Tragic Emotion  75
Douglas Cairns, Ph.D.
Awe: Its Bidirectional Power—Veneration and Inspiration or Dread and Inhibition  95
Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
Homeric Heroes, Narcissistic Characters  101
Marshall A. Greene, M.D.
“O, coward conscience, how dost thou afflict me”: Ruthlessness and the Struggle Against Conscience in Richard III  117
Melvin R. Lansky, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Psychoanalysis and Tragedy: Awe, Hubris, and Shame, and Their Clinical Significance  136
Léon Wurmser, M.D., Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Psychoanalysis in Spain
Prologue
Prologue: Psychoanalysis in Spain  139
Susana I. Martinez, Ph.D.
Original Articles
My Psychoanalytic Journey  142
Joan Coderch, M.D.
The Fortune of a Precocious Awareness  155
Emilce Dio Bleichmar, M.D.
Living in the Interface so as Not to Be Trapped Within Fragmentary Worlds  172
Hugo Bleichmar, M.D.
Helping My Patients Find New Spontaneous Ways of Responding Emotionally: A 30-Year Long Journey as a Psychoanalyst  187
Ramon Riera, M.D.
A Psychoanalyst’s Contexts  198
Rosa Velasco, M.D.
My Life as a Psychoanalyst in Spain  211
José Luis Lledó Sandoval, M.D.
The Long Journey to Becoming an Emancipated Woman and a Relational Psychotherapist  222
Concepció Garriga i Setó
Psychoanalysis in Spain: A Brief Account of the Transformative Pathways Between the Psychoanalysts and Their Institutions  234
Alejandro Ávila-Espada, Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Psychoanalysis in Spain  240
Susana I. Martinez, Ph.D.
Corrigendum
Corrigendum  241
 
Issue 3 - The Patient’s Contribution to the Co-construction of Clinical Theory
Prologue
Prologue: The Patient’s Contribution to the Co-construction of Clinical Theory  243
Lester Lenoff, MSW, LCSW
Original Articles
The Sadomasochism of Everyday Life  245
Margi Kaplinsky, M.S.W. and Shulamit Geller, Ph.D.
Seeing Through the Fog: Learning to Work with Dissociation  257
Rafael D. Ornstein, M.D.
What’s Fat Got to Do with It? On Different Kinds of Losses and Gains in the Analytic Relationship  271
Caryn Sherman-Meyer, LCSW
Postcards from the Couch: A Patient’s Dreams as Communication in the Intersubjective Field During an Impasse  281
Penelope S. Starr-Karlin, Psy.D., MFT
Compliance, Defiance, and the Development of Relational Templates: What a Ballerina Taught Me About Myself and the Supervisory Process  298
Bruce Herzog, M.D.
The Two Analyses of Mr. X: Two Analytic Voices and the Emergence of Something New  312
Carol B. Levin, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: The Patient’s Contribution to the Co-construction of Clinical Theory  325
Lester Lenoff, MSW, LCSW
Issue 4 - Ed Tronick’s Contribution to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis
Prologue
Prologue: Ed Tronick’s Contribution to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis  327
Alexandra Murray Harrison, M.D.
Original Articles
The Expanding World of Edward Tronick  328
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. and Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
An Elegant Mess: Reflections on the Research of Edward Z. Tronick  337
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Mutual Regulation, Mentalization, and Therapeutic Action: A Reflection on the Contributions of Ed Tronick to Developmental and Psychotherapeutic Thinking  355
Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., FBA, FMedSci
Perspectives Following Klein and Bion on the Development of the Internal World: Clinical Implications  370
Kay M. Long, Ph.D., Lindsay Clarkson, M.D., Shelley Rockwell, Ph.D. and Lynne Zeavin, Psy.D.
Tronick’s Valuable Contributions to a Developmentalist Perspective  385
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D.
Awareness of Infants: What Do They, and We, Seek?  395
Colwyn Trevarthen, Ph.D.
Therapeutic Creativity, Complexity, and Ed Tronick’s Dyadic Expansion of Consciousness  417
Gisèle Apter, M.D., Ph.D.
Even More Than the “Something More”: Tronick’s Dyadic Expansion of Consciousness Model and the Expansion of Child Psychoanalytic Technique  430
J. Timothy Davis, Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Ed Tronick’s Contribution to the Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis  445
Alexandra Murray Harrison, M.D.
Issue 5 - Responses to the Work of Antonino Ferro
Prologue
Prologue: Responses to the Work of Antonino Ferro  449
Howard B. Levine, M.D. and Gail S. Reed, Ph.D.
Original Articles
The Transformational Vision of Antonino Ferro  451
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Visions of Interpretation: Ferro’s Bicycle and Arlow’s Home Movie Screen  465
Gail S. Reed, Ph.D.
Antonino Ferro and Child Analysis  478
Virginia Ungar, M.D.
Transference, the Interpersonal Field, and Psychological Transformation in the Work of Antonino Ferro  494
Steven H. Goldberg, M.D.
A Response That Raises Many Questions  512
Antonino Ferro
Variations on a Theme by Antonino Ferro: Alphabetizing the Emotions  526
Leopold Nosek
Epilogue
Epilogue: Responses to the Work of Antonino Ferro: Ferro’s Bion, Our Ferro  555
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
Issue 6 - Postmodernism and Psychoanalysis
Prologue
Prologue: Postmodernism and Psychoanalysis  559
Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D., S. Montana Katz, Ph.D., LP and Juan Tubert-Oklander, M.D., Ph.D.
Original Articles
Psychic Truth and the In-Session Work of the Analyst  566
Luis J. Martín Cabré
In-Between: Shapes of Subjectivities in the Analytic Situation  578
Paolo Fabozzi
Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis and the Sociocultural Turn: From Cultural Contexts to Hermeneutic Understanding  597
Roger Frie, Ph.D., Psy.D., R.Psych.
Psychoanalysis in Postmodern Times: Some Questions and Challenges  609
Juan Pablo Jiménez, M.D.
The Psychoanalysis of Narcissism and the Inevitability of “Postmodern” Psychoanalysis  625
René Roussillon
Truth and Consequences: What We Lose and Gain in Psychoanalytic Postmodernism  639
Judith Guss Teicholz
Epilogue
Epilogue: Postmodernism and Psychoanalysis  661
Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D., S. Montana Katz, Ph.D., LP and Juan Tubert-Oklander, M.D., Ph.D.
Issue 7 - Children in Need: Analysts in Alternative Settings
Prologue
Prologue: Children in Need: Analysts in Alternative Settings  663
Monisha Nayar-Akhtar, Ph.D.
Original Articles
Psychological Struggles of Children in Alternative Care Settings  668
Alan Krohn
Caring for the Caregivers: Building Resilience  682
Marilyn Charles, Ph.D., ABPP
The Work of the Psychoanalyst: Reflections on Countertransference with Institutionalized Youth Patients  696
Ruth Axelrod Praes, Ph.D., Benny Weiss Steider, Ph.D. and Juan Azar Andere
A Basis for Creating a Reflective Network in Schools: Reflective Network Therapy in a Small Middle and High School  714
Sandy G. Ansari, M.A. and Gilbert Kliman, M.D.
Siege: Marwan and Sahar, Four Years After the 2009 Gaza War  733
Elsa First, M.A., LP
On the Seashore of Sunshine Homes: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Working with Institutionalized Children in India  744
Monisha Nayar-Akhtar, Ph.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Children in Need: Analysts in Alternative Settings  758
Monisha Nayar-Akhtar, Ph.D.
Issue 8 - Category/Gender
Miscellany
Editorial Board EOV  0
 
Prologue
Prologue: Category/Gender: Languages of Gender and Desire  763
Susan McNamara, M.D.
Original Articles
The Machine-Phallus: Psychoanalyzing the Geopolitical Economy of Masculinity and Race  766
Heidi J. Nast, Ph.D.
The Body One Is: The Best Form of Containment or The Crying Game Redux  786
Aisha Abbasi, M.D. and Susan McNamara, M.D.
Genderqueer: One Family’s Experience with Gender Variance  795
Lisa Marcus, Ph.D., Kenneth Marcus, M.D., Sara M. Yaxte and Katherine Marcus
Understanding Gender Through the Lens of Transgender Experience  809
Jack Pula, M.D.
Sexuality, Normality, and Social Terror: XXY by Lucía Puenzo  823
Jorgelina Corbatta, Ph.D.
Discussion
Discussion of Jorgelina Corbatta’s “Sexuality, Normality, and Social Terror: XXY by Lucía Puenzo”  832
Don Spivak, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Category/Gender: Subject to Change  837
Eileen Becker-Dunn, LCSW
Supplement - Toward an Empirically Informed 21st-Century Psychoanalysis: Challenges and Opportunities
Issue Dedication
Issue Dedication  1
 
Prologue
Prologue: Toward an Empirically Informed 21st-Century Psychoanalysis: Challenges and Opportunities  2
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D. and Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D.
Setting the Stage
Unholy Questions About Five Central Tenets of Psychoanalysis That Need to be Empirically Verified  5
Patrick Luyten, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and the Ideologies of Science  24
Jon Mills, Psy.D., Ph.D., C.Psych., ABPP
Diagnosis and Assessment
From Surface to Depth: Toward a More Psychodynamically Informed DSM-6  45
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM) and the PDM-2: Opportunities to Significantly Affect the Profession  60
Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D., Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D., Vittorio Lingiardi, M.D., Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D., Francesco Gazzillo, Ph.D. and Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D., ABPP
Quantifying Complexity: Personality Assessment and Its Relationship with Psychoanalysis  74
Anthony D. Bram, Ph.D. and Jed Yalof, Psy.D.
From Laboratory to Consulting Room
Resistances and Progress in Developing a Research Framework in Psychoanalytic Institutes  98
Otto F. Kernberg, M.D.
An Empirically-Based Psychoanalytic Curriculum  115
Andrew J. Gerber, M.D., Ph.D. and Lauren E. Knopf, M.A.
Promoting Psychoanalytic Research
Teaching Psychoanalytic Concepts in the University Setting: Issues, Challenges, and Promises  124
Jed Yalof, Psy.D.
How to Include Analytic Patients in Research and How This Affects Treatment  135
A. Jill Clemence, Ph.D., Jane G. Tillman, Ph.D.ABPP and John M. Poston, Ph.D.
Developing a Protocol Design for an Outcome Study of Psychoanalysis  150
Eve Caligor, M.D., Steven P. Roose, M.D., Mark J. Hilsenroth, Ph.D. and Bret R. Rutherford, M.D.
Do the Processes of Psychoanalytic Work Lead to Benefit? Studies by the APS Research Group and the Psychoanalytic Research Consortium  169
Sherwood Waldron, M.D., Francesco Gazzillo, Ph.D. and Karl Stukenberg, Ph.D.
Conclusion
Behind Closed Doors: Sadomasochistic Enactments and Psychoanalytic Research  185
Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D. and Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
Discussion
Discussion: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Questions  196
Fredric N. Busch, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Toward an Empirically Informed 21st-Century Psychoanalysis: Challenges and Opportunities: Can We Move Forward?  204
Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D. and Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
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