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Volume 11 (1995)

Acknowledgment  v
 
Introduction: Tensions Between Loyalism and Expansionism in Self Psychology  xi
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
I Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity
Chapter 1 Self Psychology and the Intersubjective Perspective: A Dialectical Critique  3
Donald L. Carveth, Ph.D.
Chapter 2 Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity Theory  31
Jeffrey L. Trop, M.D.
Chapter 3 Critical Reflections on a Comparative Analysis of “Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity Theory”  47
Paul H. Ornstein, M.D.
Chapter 4 Reply to Ornstein  79
Jeffrey L. Trop, M.D.
Chapter 5 Internal Object Relations as Intersubjective Phenomena  87
Craig Powell, M.B., B.S., FRANZCP
II Treatment: Clinical Studies
Chapter 6 Why Can't a Woman Be a Man … in the Transference?  99
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D. and Sandra Kiersky, Ph.D.
Chapter 7 The Complementary Function of Individual and Group Psychotherapy in the Management and Working Through of Archaic Selfobject Transferences  109
Margaret Baker, Ph.D.
Chapter 8 Jacquie: The Working Through of Selfobject Transferences with a Latency-Aged Girl  125
Ellen J. Lewinberg, B.S.W., Dip. P.S.W., C.S.W., NAAP, MCAPT
Chapter 9 The Termination Phase in Psychoanalysis: A Self Psychology Study  141
Hyman L. Muslin, M.D.
Chapter 10 A Self-Psychological Perspective on Multiple Personality Disorder  165
Sandra R. Palef, Ph.D.
III Dying and Mourning
Chapter 11 Killing the Needy Self: Women Professionals and Suicide (A Critique of Winnicott's False Self Theory)  177
Sharone A. Abramowitz, M.D.
Chapter 12 Death of a Selfobject: Toward a Self Psychology of the Mourning Process  189
George Hagman, M.S.W.
Chapter 13 The Selfobject Function of Religious Experience: The Treatment of a Dying Patient  207
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
IV Theoretical and Applied
Chapter 14 The Use of Sequential Personality Testing in Analysis to Monitor the Uncovering of Childhood Memories of Abuse  221
Shirley C. Geller, Ph.D.
Chapter 15 On the Capacity to Be Creative: A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Writer's Block  243
Richard H. Tuch, M.D.
Chapter 16 The Guilt of Tragic Man  259
Janet T. Droga, M.S.W. and Peter J. Kaufmann, Ph.D.
Chapter 17 Looking at Patient Responses: Judging Empathic Attunement  277
Sanford Shapiro, M.D.
Chapter 18 Psychohistory, Cultural Evolution, and the Historical Significance of Self Psychology  291
Hans Kilian, M.D.
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