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Volume 4 (1988)

Introduction  xi
Douglas W. Detrick, Ph.D.
I Supervision with Kohut
Chapter 1 Heinz Kohut as Teacher and Supervisor: A View from the Second Generation  3
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy, M.D.
Chapter 2 On Supervision with Heinz Kohut  43
Sheldon J. Meyers, M.D.
II Integration of Theories
Chapter 3 Integrating Self Psychology and Classical Psychoanalysis: An Experience-Near Approach  63
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Chapter 4 Pathways to Integration: Adding to the Self Psychology Model  71
Morton Shane, M.D. and Estelle Shane, M.D.
Chapter 5 Reflections on Integration of Theories: Kohut's Views on Integration  79
Jule P. Miller, Jr., M.D.
Comments on “Complementarity” and the Concept of a Combined Model  84
Robert J. Leider, M.D.
III Development
Chapter 6. Constitution in Infancy: Implications for Early Development and Psychoanalysis  91
Barbara Fajardo, Ph.D.
Chapter 7 Reflections on Development: The Selfobject Experience of the Newborn  101
Michael F. Basch, M.D.
The Clinical Value of Considering Constitutional Factors  104
Estelle Shane, M.D.
IV Clinical Papers
Chapter 8 Optimum Frustration: Structuralization and the Therapeutic Process  113
David M. Terman, M.D.
Chapter 9 Reflections on “Optimum Frustration”  127
Howard A. Bacal
Chapter 10 A Case of Intractable Depression  133
Bernard Brandchaft, M.D.
Chapter 11 Reflections on Clinical Cases: Optimal Responsiveness and The Theory of Cure  155
Anna Ornstein, M.D.
Optimal Affective Engagement: The Analyst's Role in Therapy  160
Paul H. Tolpin, M.D.
Problems of Therapeutic Orientation  168
Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
V Applied Psychoanalysis
Chapter 12 Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman: Lessons for the Self Psychologist  175
Howard S. Baker, M.D. and Margaret N. Baker, Ph.D.
Chapter 13 Selfobject Theory and the Artistic Process  193
Carl T. Rotenberg, M.D.
Chapter 14 Treatment of Narcissistic Vulnerability in Marital Therapy  215
Marion F. Solomon, Ph.D.
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