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Volume 39 (2019)

Issue 1 - In Honor of Louis Sander’s Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice, and Research
Prologue
Prologue: In Honor of Louis Sander’s Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice, and Research  1
Issue Editor Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D.
Original Articles
Louis Sander: Remembrances and Reflections on His Contributions  3
Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D.
Louis Sander and Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Nonlinear Dynamic Systems, Developmental Research, Clinical Process and the Search for Core Principles  15
Stephen Seligman, Ph.D.
Sander’s Life Work, on Mother-Infant Vitality and the Emerging Person  22
Colwyn Trevarthen
Neuro-Evolutionary Foundations of Infant Minds: From Psychoanalytic Visions of How Primal Emotions Guide Constructions of Human Minds toward Affective Neuroscientific Understanding of Emotions and Their Disorders  36
Jaak Panksepp, Andrea Clarici, Marie Vandekerckhove and Yoram Yovell
And Then There Was Intersubjectivity: Addressing Child Self and Mutual Dysregulation During Traumatic PlayIn Memory of Louis Sander  52
Daniel S. Schechter, M.D.
David and Goliath: What If He Loses?  66
J. Miguel Hoffmann, M.D.
A Most Complex Paradox: Rethinking the Individual  77
William J. Coburn, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Momentums of Meeting  88
Lora Heims Tessman, Ph.D.
“Polarity, Paradox and the Organizing Process in Development”; Parent-Infant Psychotherapy and Child Analytic Technique: In Honor of Louis Sander  98
James M. Herzog, M.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: In Honor of Louis Sander’s Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice, and Research  109
Jeremy P. Nahum, Issue Editor, M.D.
Issue 2 - Relational Turn: How and Why It Happened
Prologue
Prologue: Relational Turn: How and Why It Happened  111
Daniel Goldin, Psy.D.
Original Articles
Memories and Reflections on My Life in Relational Psychoanalysis  114
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Emotional Phenomenology and Relationality: Forever the Twain Shall Meet  123
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Unformulated Experience and the Relational Turn  127
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
Introduction to Harris and Seligman
Historical and Political Factors in the Inception of Relational Psychoanalysis  136
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D. and Stephen Seligman, Ph.D.
From “What’s American about American Psychoanalysis (2004)” to “What’s American History and Politics Got to Do with the Emergence of the Relational Turn (2012) and on to the American Nightmare: 2017”  138
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Relational Psychoanalysis as a “Child of the Sixties”: Politics, Innovation, and the Transition from Adolescence  146
Stephen Seligman, Ph.D.
Feminine Issues and the Relational Turn: “The Girls Deserve More Respect”  156
Joye Weisel-Barth, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Where Objects Were, Subjects Now May Be: The Work of Jessica Benjamin and Reimagining Maternal Subjectivity in Transitional Space  163
Rachel Kabasakalian McKay, Ph.D.
Afterwardness and the Postrelational Turn  174
Christina Emanuel, Psy.D.
Epilogue
Epilogue: Relational Turn: How and Why It Happened  179
Daniel Goldin, Psy.D.
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