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Volume 31 (2008)

Issue 1
Editorial
Editorial  1
David Titelman
Countertransference and the characters of the psychoanalytic session  3
Antonino Ferro, M.D. and Roberto Basile, M.D.
Fumbling Words: Similarities Between Poetry and the Early Stages of Interpretation  11
Marita Niemi, MSC
Primal seduction in the psychoanalytic relation  21
Enar Olsson, MSC
Bodily symptoms and a psychoanalytic model of affect  29
Erkki Äärelä, M.D.
Bridges over troubled waters: A Relational Approach to Fatherless Boys and a Male Therapist  38
Jari Sinkkonen, M.D., Ph.D. and Matti Keinänen, M.D., Ph.D.
Naturalistic studies of psychoanalytic treatments: Some epistemological and methodological remarks  50
Siegfried Zepf, Dr Med
Reports and Brief Communications
Some personal additions to Killingmo: Relational-oriented character analysis. A position in contemporary psychoanalysis. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 30: 76-83  61
Carl Severin Albretsen
The Activities of the Scandinavian Societies 2007: Scientific Meetings  64
 
Book Section
Samlade Skrifter Av Sigmund Freud, ix, Konst Och Litteratur. [The collected writings of Sigmund Freud, XI. Art and literature]. Clarence Crafoord (volume editor). Stockholm: Natur och Kultur.  68
Mikael Enckell
The Difficulty of Writing about Writing. Fågel, fisk eller fjäril? Essäer om skrivande [Bird, fish or butterfy: essays on writing]. By Else-Britt Kjellqvist. Stockholm: Carlssons, 2007.  70
Daniel Frydman
Issue 2
Editorial
Editorial  75
David Titelman
Some Thoughts on Happy and Unhappy Love  77
Esa Roos, Phil. Mag., psychologist
Neutrality, Tenderness and the Analyst's Subjectivity: Reflections on the analytic relationship  86
Anders Zachrisson, Fil. Lic.
Run or Die: Bi-Logical Phenomena at the Body-Mind Border  95
Timo Niemi, M.D., Ph.D. and Riccardo Lombardi, M.D.
A Single-Case Study on the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis  105
Imre Szecsödy, M.D., Ph.D.
The Enigmatic “Nature of the Subject” With philosophy at the interface of psychoanalysis and society  114
Jurgen Reeder, Ph.D.
Reports and Brief Communications
Moses and Freud: “God is in the Detail”  122
Mikael Enckell
Book Section
Fokus På Freud (Focus on Freud). By: Ole Andkjær Olsen, Christian Braad Thomsen & Ben te Petersen (eds.). Kobenhavn: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2006.  126
Sølvi Kristansen
Psykoanalysens Aktualitet [The Actuality of Psychoanalysis]. Bent Rosenbaum, Stefan Balint, Judy Gammelgård, Susanne Lunn & Søren Aagaard (eds.): Copenhagen: Forlaget Multivers ApS, 2007  128
Per Anthi
Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience. By: Mauro Mancia (ed.). Milan: Springer, 2006.  131
Henrik Enckell
The Unconscious is Lost: The evocative object world and The infinite question By Christopher Bollas. Cover illustration by the author New York and London: Routledge, 2009  133
Anna Sylvén
Nuoren Aikuisen Psykodynaaminen Psykoterapia [The Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Young Adults] By Matti Keinänen & Päivikki Engblom Kustannus. Helsinki: Oy Duodecim, 2007.  136
Anneli Larmo
Obituaries
Fiffi Piene: 1918-2008  139
Torhild Leira
Gerd Sundblad: 1945-2008  140
Alexander Wilczek
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