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List of Articles

Volume 106 (2019)

Issue 1
Disaffirming Gender: Somatic Incongruence as a Co-function of Ideological Congruity  1
Thomas Olver
Immersion in the Mother: Lacanian Perspectives on Borderline States  29
Carl Waitz, PsyD
Co-Opting the Body of the Identified other: The Hysterization of Otherness in Relation to Self  49
Merle Molofsky, NCPsyA, LP
Passion, Desire, Perversion: Love and Death in Psychoanalysis  73
Karen L. Lombardi, Ph.D.
A Collage of Dead Mothers: On Stephen Daldry's The Hours  85
Dana Amir, Ph.D.
The Mythology Surrounding Freud and Klein: Implications for Psychoanalysis. By Charlotte Schwartz. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2017, 143 pp.  97
Karen Proner, M.S., LP, FIPA
Notes on Contributors  105
Issue 2
In Memoriam: Leila Lerner  107
Lost to Himself: Narcissus and Freud's Theory of Narcissism Reinterpreted  113
Uta Gosmann, Ph.D.
Breastfeeding and Female Sexuality  131
Lynn Perlman, Ph.D.
Idioms of Attachment: Performative Dimensions of Object Relating, Affect, and Connection  149
Andrew Erdman, Ph.D., LCSW and Michael C. Crocker, DSW, LCSW
Double Agony: Is Literary Doubling a Cure for Suffering or its Source?  175
Michal Tal, Ph.D.
Film Note
Documentary Deception: How Did a Film about Adopted Triplets Manage to Cause Such Misunderstanding?  189
Gary Ahlskog, Ph.D.
Under the Totem: In Search of a Path By Michael Eigen. London: Karnac, 2016, 109 pp.  203
Paul C. Cooper, M.S., NCPsyA
Notes on Contributors  205
Issue 3
A Psychoanalytical Approach to Diogenes Syndrome  207
François-David Camps, Ph.D. and Jeanne Le Bigot, M.D.
Victims of Envy  225
Desy Safán-Gerard, Ph.D.
That Which Was “Not”: Some Thoughts regarding Oedipus's Modern Conflicts  247
Ofrit Shapira-Berman, Ph.D.
On Need, Necessity, and the Source of Narcissism  273
Carl Jacobs, DSc, LP
Learning Along the Way: Further Reflections on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. By Patrick Casement. New York: Routledge, 2018, 156 pp.  285
Gerald J. Gargiulo, Ph.D.
Notes on Contributors  289
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