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List of Articles


Volume 13 (1996)

Issue 1
Three Principles of Salience in the Organization of the Patient—Analyst Interaction  1
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D. and Beatrice A. Beebe, Ph.D.
Accessibility of Early Experience Through the Language of Origin: A Theoretical Integration  23
Anna Aragno, Ph.D. and Peter J. Schlachet, Ph.D.
Readiness for Psychoanalytic Treatment in Late Adolescence: Developmental and Adaptive Considerations  35
Jonathan H. Slavin, Ph.D.
Role of Depressive Affects in Close Maternal Involvement With Children: Inner Themes and Outer Behaviors in Child Development II  53
Henry Massie, M.D., Abbot A. Bronstein, Ph.D. and Joseph Afterman, M.D.
Child Abuse, Self-Development, and Affect Regulation  81
Anne E. Reckling, PsyD and Peter Buirski, Ph.D.
Role of Selfobject Experiences in Affective Development During Latency  101
Sarita Freedman, Ph.D.
Commentary on Responses to the Special Section on Relational Psychology and Psychological Structure The Return of the Digressed: A Reply to the Special Section Respondents  129
James F. Murray, Ph.D.
Reply to “Commentary on the Special Section”  133
Fred Busch, Ph.D.
Comments on the Responses to the Special Section  137
Arnold Wilson, Ph.D.
Scholarly Debate or Ideological Brawl? Reactions to Comments on the Special Section  143
Alan Sugarman, Ph.D.
The Trend Toward Convergence in Psychoanalysis: Comment on the Special Section on Structural and Relational Psychoanalysis and on the Commentary  149
Daniel Hill, Ph.D.
On Perspectives, Theories, Models, and Friends: A Reply to the Relationalists  153
Janet L. Bachant, Ph.D., Arthur A. Lynch, DSW and Arnold D. Richards, M.D.
Notes on Contributors  157
 
Issue 2
Revising Psychoanalytic Understandings of Perinatal Loss  161
Irving G. Leon, Ph.D.
Beyond Orality: Toward an Object Relations/Interactionist Reconceptualization of the Etiology and Dynamics of Dependency  177
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
Object Relations Development and Psychotherapy Dropout in Borderline Outpatients  205
Mark S. Horner, Ph.D. and Diana Diamond, Ph.D.
“A Clear and Equal Glass” Reflections on the Metaphor of the Mirror  225
Pamela E. Haglund, PsyD
The Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California: A Graduation  247
Harvey Peskin, Ph.D.
The Second Century of Psychoanalysis  251
Joseph Weiss, M.D.
Response to Tabin's (1995) Review of Affect in Psychoanalysis  259
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
Arithmetic of a One- and Two-Person Psychology: Merton M. Gill, an Essay  267
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D.
A Memorial Essay on Merton Max Gill (1914–1994)  275
D. Patrick Zimmerman, PsyD
Speak of Me As I Am: The Life and Work of Masud Khan: Judy Cooper. London: Karnac Books, 1993, xx + 140 pp., $26.95.  289
James William Anderson, Ph.D.
Notes on Contributors  293
 
Issue 3
Self-Representation in Severe Psychopathology: The Role of Reflexive Self-Awareness  297
John S. Auerbach, Ph.D. and Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D.
The Meaning of Behaviorism for B. F. Skinner  343
Paul F. Siegel
Multiple Personality: Fantasy Proneness, Demand Characteristics, and Indirect Communication  367
C. Brooks Brenneis, Ph.D.
Multiple Personality Disorder: Etiology, Treatment, and Treatment Techniques From a Psychodynamic Perspective  389
Michael Wm. MacGregor
Further Notes on a Case of Possible Multiple Personality Disorder: Masochism, Omnipotence, and Entitlement  403
Paul M. Lerner, ED.D., ABPP and Howard D. Lerner, Ph.D., ABPP
On Being Abducted by Aliens  417
Bertram P. Karon, Ph.D.
Comment to Rabin  419
Mark W. Baker, Ph.D.
Beliefs and Their Vicissitudes  421
George Frank, Ph.D.
Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory: Jay Greenberg. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991, x + 274 pp., $35 (hardcover), $15.95 (paper)  433
Paula B. Fuqua, M.D.
Women As Therapists: Dorothy W. Canter. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1992, 250 pp. (softcover), $25  439
Nancy Burke, Ph.D.
Freud's Case Studies—Self-Psychological Perspectives: Barry Magid. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1993, 216 pp. $29.95  449
Constance Goldberg, LCSW
Notes on Contributors  453
 
Issue 4
Adaptive Regression and Countertransference Mental Activity  457
Marie-Hélène Séguin, Ph.D. and Marc-André Bouchard, Ph.D.
Between Women: The Mother–Daughter Romance and Homoerotic Transference in Psychotherapy  475
Beverly Burch, Ph.D.
Chance Encounters: Unintentional Therapist Disclosure  495
Dale S. Gody, Ph.D.
Impact of Therapist Vacations on Inpatients With Borderline Personality Disorder  513
Helen Stein, James E. Corter and James Hull
The Related–Autonomous Position: Psychological Freedom, Mourning, and the Psychoanalytic Stance  531
Jonathan Bloom-Feshbach, Ph.D. and Sally Bloom-Feshbach, Ph.D.
Grief in Freud's Life: Reconceptualizing Bereavement in Psychoanalytic Theory  547
Ester R. Shapiro
Conflict and Deficit: Two Theories or One?  567
George Frank, Ph.D.
The Adaptive Design of the Human Psyche: Malcolm Owen Slavin and Daniel Kriegman, New York: Guilford, 1992, xv + 336 pp., $40  571
Joseph W. Slap, M.D.
Notes on Contributors  575
 
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