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List of Articles

Volume 15 (1998)

Issue 1
The Abuser and the Abused: Sources of Resistance to Resolving Splits in the Countertransference in the Treatment of Adults Who Were Sexually Abused as Children  3
David Daskovsky, Ph.D.
Contemporary Trauma Theory and Its Relation to Character  14
Craig Piers, Ph.D.
Through a Glass Darkly: Questions About Truth and Memory  34
Marian Birch, DMH
The Wolf Man's Subjective Experience of His Treatment With Freud  49
Peter Buirski, Ph.D. and Pamela Haglund, PsyD
The Penumbra of Religious Discourse  63
Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D., Joyce Arnold, Ph.D. and Jennifer Crane, DMin
Narcissism, Affect, and Gender: An Empirical Examination of Kernberg's and Kohut's Theories of Narcissism  74
Arthur Heiserman, Ph.D. and Harold Cook, Ph.D.
Caveat Medicus—Let the Subliminal Healer Beware: Two Experiments Suggesting Conditions When the Effects of Silverman's Mommy and I Are One Phrase Are Negative  93
Staffan Sohlberg, Ph.D., Poa Samuelberg, MSc, Yvonne Sidén, B.A and Caroline Thörn, MSc
Attachment Hypothesis of REM Sleep: Toward an Integration of Psychoanalysis, Neuroscience, and Evolutionary Psychology and the Implications for Psychopathology Research  115
Michael J. Zborowski, Ph.D. and Patrick McNamara, Ph.D.
On the Relational School of Psychoanalysis: Some Additional Thoughts  141
George Frank, Ph.D.
Empirical Evidence for a Compensatory Relationship Between Dream Content and Repression  154
Andrew J. Bell, M.A. and Harold Cook, Ph.D.
Cognition and Its Disembodiment: Some Comments on Freud Scholarship  164
Antonio R. Virsida, Ph.D.
Fearful Symmetry: The Development and Treatment of Sadomasochism: Jack Novick and Kerry Kelly Novick, Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1996, xiv + 416 pp., $40.00  168
Samuel Weiss, M.D.
The Supervisory Encounter: A Guide for Teachers of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Daniel Jacobs, Paul David, & Donald J. Meyer, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1995, 285 pp., $28.50  172
Alan Z. Skolnikoff, M.D.
Issue 2
The Tie That Binds: Affect Regulation, Attachment, and Psychoanalysis  187
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D.
Bereavement: A Special Disorder of Object Loss: A Comparison of Two Cases  213
Anita M. Sacks, CSW, ACSW
Influence and Vulnerability in Psychoanalytic Supervision and Treatment  230
Jonathan H. Slavin, Ph.D.
Transference and Race: An Intersubjective Conceptualization  245
Kris Y. Yi, PhD
Cultural Diversity and the Cultural and Epistemological Structure of Psychoanalysis: Implications for Psychotherapy With Latinos and Other Minorities  262
Raul Moncayo, Ph.D.
The Family Romance: Attention to the Unconscious Basis for a Conscious Fantasy  287
Johanna Krout Tabin, Ph.D.
A Clinical Note on Traumatic Experiences and the Patient's Anger  294
Elizabeth A. Waiess, PsyD
The Psychoanalytic Process: The Search for Common Ground  297
George Frank, Ph.D.
Putting Psychology in its Place: An Introduction From a Critical Historical Perspective: Graham Richards, Routledge, 1996, x + 197 pp, $59.95.  305
Raymond E. Fancher, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Difficulties on the Pathway to Establishing an Analytic Process: On Some Vicissitudes of Self-Reflection During the Opening Phase of Psychoanalysis  315
Stanley Grand, Ph.D.
A Special Oedipal Mechanism in the Development of Male Homosexuality  341
Kenneth Lewes, Ph.D.
The Primal Scene of Atrocity: The Dynamic Interplay Between Knowledge and Fantasy of the Holocaust in Children of Survivors  360
Dori Laub, M.D. and Nanette C. Auerhahn, Ph.D.
Precursors to Therapist Sexual Misconduct: Preliminary Findings  378
Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.
Affective Experiences and Levels of Self-Organization in Maternal Postpartum Depression  396
Mickaelle Dougherty Menos, Ph.D. and Arnold Wilson, Ph.D.
The Intersubjective School of Psychoanalysis: Concerns and Questions  420
George Frank, Ph.D.
Clarifying the Intersubjective Perspective: A Reply to George Frank  424
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
The Many Faces Of Eros: A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Human Sexuality: Joyce McDougall, New York: W.W. Norton, 1995, 257 pp., $30.00.  428
Donna Bassin, Ph.D.
Recovered Memories and False Memories: Martin A. Conway, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997, xi + 301 pp., $75.00; $29.95 paper.  435
Brooks C. Brenneis, Ph.D.
Therapists At Risk: The Perils of the Intimacy of the Therapeutic Relationship: Lawrence E. Hedges, Robert Hilton, Virginia Wink Hilton, and O. Brandt Caudill, Jr., Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1997, 317 pp., $40.00.  439
Alma H. Bond, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Intrapsychic and Interactive Dimensions of Resistance: A Contemporary Perspective  451
Elliot Adler, Ph.D. and Janet Lee Bachant, Ph.D.
Co-Constructing Inner and Relational Processes: Self- and Mutual Regulation in Infant Research and Adult Treatment  480
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. and Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Enactment: When the Patient's and Analyst's Pasts Converge  517
Karen J. Maroda, Ph.D.
Rorschach Assessment of Annihilation Anxiety and Ego Functioning  536
Paul S. Benveniste, Ph.D., Nicholas Papouchis, Ph.D., Rhiannon Allen, Ph.D. and Marvin Hurvich, Ph.D.
A Group Therapist's (Analyst's) Lament  567
Bennett E. Roth, PhD
Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science: A Multiple Code Theory: Wilma Bucci, New York: Guilford Press, 1997, 362 pp., $40.00  569
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
Beyond Symbolizing: A Response to Bornstein's Review  576
Wilma Bucci, Ph.D.
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