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List of Articles

Volume 17 (2001)

Acknowledgment  v
Introduction  xiii
Judith Guss Teicholz, ED.D.
Chapter 1 From the Kohut Archives  1
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
I Theory
Chapter 2 The Many Meanings of Intersubjectivity and Their Implications for Analyst Self-Expression and Self-Disclosure  9
Judith Guss Teicholz, ED.D.
II Clinical
The Case of Gayle and Discussions: Introduction  45
James M. Fisch, M.D.
Chapter 3 The Case of Gayle  47
Hazel R. Ipp, Ph.D.
Chapter 4 Straddling Two Revolutions: A Discussion of Hazel Ipp's Clinical Case  57
Philip A. Ringstrom, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Chapter 5 Clinical Notes on the Self-Psychological/Intersubjective “Contextualization of Narcissism” A Discussion of Hazel Ipp's Clinical Case  65
Shelley R. Doctors, Ph.D.
Chapter 6 A Self Less Divided: A Discussion of Hazel Ipp's Clinical Case  73
James M. Fisch, M.D.
Chapter 7 Nonverbal Implicit Dimensions of Interaction: A Discussion of Hazel Ipp's Clinical Case  79
Steven H. Knoblauch, Ph.D.
Chapter 8 Reply to the Discussions  87
Hazel R. Ipp, Ph.D.
Chapter 9 The Fear of Intimacy: The Clinical Application of Three Developmental Theories, Attachment, Motivational Systems, and Intersubjectivity  91
Allison Brownlow, Ph.D.
Chapter 10 The Use of Vitality Affects in the Coalescence of Self in Psychosis  113
David A. S. Garfield, M.D.
Chapter 11 Adoption and the Enduring Fantasy of an Idealized Other  129
Allen M. Siegel, M.D. and Renee N. Siegel, M.A.
Chapter 12 Discussion of Siegel and Siegel's “Adoption and the Enduring Fantasy of an Idealized Other”  149
Susan M. Fisher, M.D.
III Applied
Chapter 13 The Theme of Cuckoldry in Othello  159
Annette Lachmann, M.A.
Chapter 14 Words and Music  167
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Chapter 15 Mystical Experience as an Expression of the Idealizing Selfobject Need  179
Lallene J. Rector, Ph.D.
Chapter 16 Selfobject Functions, Self States, and Intimate Forms of Musical Composition: Influences from Literary Texts on the Art Song  197
Marshall L. Silverstein, Ph.D.
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