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Volume 12 (1996)

Acknowledgment  v
 
Introduction: Notes on the Integration, Reformulation, and Development of Kohut's Contributions  xiii
Crayton E. Rowe, Jr., M.S.W., B.C.D.
I Frustration and Responsiveness
Chapter 1 Optimal Frustration: An Endangered Concept  3
David S. MacIsaac, Ph.D.
Chapter 2 The Psychoanalyst's Selfobject Needs and the Effect of Their Frustration on the Treatment: A New View of Countertransference  17
Howard A. Bacal, M.D., F.R.C.P.(C) and Peter G. Thomson, M.D.
Chapter 3 Self Psychology in Search of the Optimal: A Consideration of Optimal Responsiveness, Optimal Provision, Optimal Gratification, and Optimal Restraint in the Clinical Situation  37
Morton Shane, M.D. and Estelle Shane, Ph.D.
Chapter 4 Notes on the Contribution of the Analyst's Self-Awareness to Optimal Responsiveness  55
Shelley R. Doctors, Ph.D.
II Philosophical Issues
Chapter 5 The Philosophical Importance of Kohut's Bipolar Theory of the Self  67
John H. Riker, Ph.D.
Chapter 6 On the Existential/Subjectivism–Scientific/Objectivism Dialectic in Self Psychology: A View from Evolutionary Biology  85
Daniel Kriegman, Ph.D.
III Clinical
Chapter 7 The Contribution of Self- and Mutual Regulation to Therapeutic Action: A Case Illustration  123
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D. and Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.
Chapter 8 Countertransference and Curative Process with “Nondifficult” Patients  141
Martin S. Livingston, Ph.D.
Chapter 9 Empathy in Broader Perspective: A Technical Approach to the Consequences of the Negative Selfobject in Early Character Formation  159
Mark J. Gehrie, Ph.D.
IV Child Studies
Chapter 10 A Self-Psychological Approach to Child Therapy: A Case Study  183
Ruth Banovitz Suth, M.A., L.C.S.W.
Chapter 11 Discussion of “A Self-Psychological Approach to Child Therapy: A Case Study”  201
Morton Shane, M.D.
Chapter 12 Flight from the Subjectivity of the Other: Pathological Adaptation to Childhood Parent Loss  207
George Hagman, L.C.S.W.
V Applied
Chapter 13 A Self-Psychological Approach to Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults: A Paradigm to Integrate the Biopsychosocial Model of Psychiatric Illness  223
Howard S. Baker, M.D. and Margaret N. Baker, Ph.D.
Chapter 14 Discussion of “A Self-Psychological Approach to Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults: A Paradigm to Integrate the Biopsychosocial Model of Psychiatric Illness”  243
Joseph Palombo, M.A.
Chapter 15 The Function of Early Selfobject Experiences in Gendered Representations of God  249
Lallene J. Rector, Ph.D.
Chapter 16 The Severed Self: Gender as Trauma  269
Janice Crawford, M.S.W., N.C. Psy. A.
Chapter 17 Self Psychology: A Feminist Re-Visioning  285
Susann Pangerl, Ph.D.
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