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Volume 23 (2006)

Issue 1
If I Knew then What I Know Now: Theme and Variations  1
Fred Pine, Ph.D.
Genealogy in Psychoanalytic Education: Reinforced Adherence or Useful Aids Toward Individuation?  8
Robert M. Dorn, M.D., Howard F. Stein, Ph.D. and Burness E. Moore, M.D.
Endangered by Interpretations: Treatment by Attitude of the Narcissistically Vulnerable Patient  30
Cynthia J. Shilkret, Ph.D.
The Culture of Psychoanalysis and the Concept of Analyzability  43
Allan Frosch, Ph.D.
The Clinical use of Therapeutic Disjunctions  56
Steven A. Frankel, M.D.
Sibling Loss and Attachment Style: An Exploratory Study  72
Devon R. Charles, Ph.D. and Marilyn Charles, Ph.D.
In Prison: A Clinical Diary  91
Diane M. Gartland, PSYD
Two Sets of Private Theories in Analysands and Their Analysts: Utopian Versus Attainable Cures  108
Andrzej Werbart, Ph.D. and Sonja Levander, Ph.D.
The Oceanic Feeling and a Sea Change: Historical Challenges to Reductionist Attitudes to Religion and Spirit from Within Psychoanalysis  128
Janette Graetz Simmonds, Ph.D.
Concern: A Comparative Look  143
Rami Tolmacz, Ph.D.
Vicissitudes of the Impetus for Growth and Change among Emerging Adults  159
Shmuel Shulman, Ph.D., Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D. and Benni Feldman, Ph.D.
Book Review
My Life in Theory, By Leo Rangell. Other Press, 2004, 363 pp. ISBN 1-59051-113-1. $35  181
Martin A. Schulman, Ph.D.
Contextualizing is not Nullifying: Reply to  184
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D., George E. Atwood, Ph.D. and Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., PSYD
Assertions of Therapeutic Excess: A Reply to  189
Marilyn S. Jacobs, Ph.D.
“Neither Fish nor Flesh” Commentary on  193
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D.
A Response to My Critics  197
Jon Mills, PSYD, Ph.D., ABPP
Issue 2 - Special Issue: The Relevance of Sigmund Freud for the 21st Century
Introduction to Special Issue—The Relevance of Sigmund Freud for the 21st Century  215
Joseph Reppen, Ph.D.
An Analysis of the Course of Psychoanalysis: The Case for a Unitary Theory  217
Leo Rangell, M.D.
Prospects for Psychoanalysis in the 21st Century  239
W. W. Meissner, M.D.
Is Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalytic Edifice Relevant to the 21st Century?  257
Adolf Grünbaum, Ph.D.
Freud's Legacy—Is it Still with us?  285
Zvi Lothane, M.D.
The Relevance of Freud's Psychoanalysis in the 21st Century: Its Science and Its Research  302
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Freud's Relevance for Contemporary Psychoanalytic Technique  327
Frank Summers, Ph.D., ABPP
A Freudian Construct Lost and Reclaimed: The Psychodynamics of Personality Pathology  339
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
Freud, Civilization, Religion, and Stoicism  354
Douglas Kirsner, Ph.D.
Who is Freud and What does the New Century Behold?  367
David Pincus, DMH
Reflections on the Death Drive  373
Jon Mills, PSYD, Ph.D., ABPP
What Freud Called “The Psychology for Neurologists” and the Many Questions it Raises  383
Johanna Krout Tabin, Ph.D., ABPP
Freud on the Acropolis: An Appreciation  408
David Anderegg, Ph.D.
The Relevance of Freud's Concept of Danger-Situation for an Intersubjective-Systems Perspective  417
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Freud's Forgotten Evolutionary Project  420
Carlo Strenger, Ph.D.
Might Freud's Legacy Lie Beyond the Couch?  430
Stuart W. Twemlow, M.D. and Henri Parens, M.D.
Book Review
Recollecting Freud by Isidor Sadger, Alan Dundes (Ed.), Johanna Micaela Jacob-sen and Alan Dundes (Trans.) University of Wisconsin Press, 2005, 196 pp., $ 26.95. ISBN 0-299-21100-2  452
Paul Roazen, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Ontology and Metaphor: Reflections on the Unconscious and the “I” in the Therapeutic Setting  461
Gerald J. Gargiulo, Ph.D.
Immoral Actions in Otherwise Moral Individuals: Interrogating the Structure and Meaning of Moral Hypocrisy  475
Ronald C. Naso, Ph.D.
Transcending the Angel Beast: Viktor Frankl and Humanistic Psychology  490
Timothy Pytell, Ph.D.
Psychological Testing and Analyzability: Breathing New Life Into an Old Issue  504
Mary Jo Peebles-Kleiger, Ph.D., Leonard Horwitz, Ph.D., James H. Kleiger, PsyD and Richard M. Waugaman, M.D.
Lacanian Perspectives on Psychoanalytic Supervision  527
Raul Moncayo, Ph.D.
Tearing the Child Apart: The Contribution of Narcissism, Envy, and Perverse Modes of Thought to Child Custody Wars  542
Michael B. Donner, Ph.D.
Personal Constructs and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Case Study  554
Ehud Koch, Ph.D.
Panel Report
Supervision by Telephone: An Innovation in Psychoanalytic Training— A Roundtable Discussion  579
Martin Manosevitz, Ph.D.
Brief Report
Individual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: Empirical Evidence for the Practicing Clinician  583
William H. Gottdiener, Ph.D.
Chinese Freud? A Fable  590
John A. Friedman, Ph.D.
Heidegger's Investigative Method in Being and Time  594
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Taking/Including Pleasure in the Experienced Self  609
Roy Schafer, Ph.D.
Time on My Hands: The Dilemma of the Chronically Late Patient  619
W. W. Meissner, SJ, M.D.
Lusting for Death: Unconscious Fantasies in an Ancient Jewish Martyrdom Text  644
Naomi Janowitz, Ph.D.
Brief Reports
Meaning or Medicine: The Future of Psychoanalysis in the Professional Schools  654
Gary Walls, Ph.D.
A Preliminary Test of the Addiction-To-Near-Death Construct  661
William H. Gottdiener, Ph.D.
Film Review
Hysteria in Wine Country: Movie Review: Sideways (2004)  667
Thomas Hoffman, M.D.
Theodor Reik: An Appreciation  675
Joseph Reppen, Ph.D.
Two Interviews with Reik  676
Paul Roazen, Ph.D.
Fluctuat Nec Mergitur or What Happened to Reikian Psychoanalysis?  684
Dany Nobus, Ph.D.
The Question of Lay Analysis Reconsidered  701
Martin A. Schulman, Ph.D.
Reciprocal Free Association: Listening With the Third Ear as an Instrument in Psychoanalysis  711
Zvi Lothane, M.D.
Theodor Reik: On Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious Compulsion to Confess  728
Morton Israel, ED.D.
The need to Express and the Compulsion to Confess: Reik's Theory of Symptom-Formation  738
Kyle Arnold, M.A.
Reik's Theory of Psychoanalytic Listening  754
Kyle Arnold, M.A.
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