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Volume 32 (2009)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
David Titelman
Mother-Infant Work and its Impact on Psychoanalysis with Adults  3
Björn Salomonsson, M.D.
Mutuality and One-Sidedness in Kjell Askildsen's The Dogs of Thessaloniki: The Psychology of Everyday Life  14
Eeva Ikonen, MSc
Containing, Translating, and Interpretive Acting Out: The Quest for Therapeutic Balance  23
Robert Waska, Ph.D.
Freud's Philosophical Path: From a Science of Mind to a Philosophy of Human Being  32
Alfred I. Tauber
Modes of Identification: Freud's Concepts Reorganized  44
Siegfried Zepf
Reports and Brief Communications
Love and otherness Comments on the Paper “Some thoughts on Happy and Unhappy Love” by Esa Roos  56
Sverre Varvin
Response of Author  59
Esa Roos
The Scientific Activities of the Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Societies 2008  61
Agnes Mesterton
Book Section
Psychoanalysis Comparable and Incomparable. The Evolution of a Method to Describe and Compare Psychoanalytic Approaches By Dana Birksted-Breen (general editor). London: The New Library of Psychoanalysis. Published in association with the Institute of Psychoanalysis.  66
Erkki Äärelä
Fed with Tears - Poisoned with Milk: The Nazareth Group Relations Conferences. By M. Ginor, H.S. Erlich & H. Beland, with a foreword by Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu. Giessen, Germany: Psychosozial-Verlag.  69
Tomas Böhm
On the Art of Loving What is Written [Om konsten att älska skriften] By Mikael Enckell. Helsinki: Söderströms, 2009.  71
Berit Bergström
Children in Genocide. Extreme Traumatization and Affect Regulation By Suzanne Kaplan. London: International Psychoanalysis Library, 2008.  74
Barbara Mattsson
Obituaries
Hilkka Annikki Valtonen (Born Löytänä) 1929 – 2009  77
Matti Brummer
Christina Hägglund-Nikkanen 1961 – 2009  78
Johanna Eväsoja and Marketta Tuominen
Issue 2
Editorial  83
David Titelman
On Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: Psychoanalytic Knowledge as a Process  85
Fred Busch, Ph.D.
Affect Regulation in Extreme Traumatization — Fragmented Narratives of Holocaust Survivors Hospitalized in Psychiatric Institutions  93
Suzanne Kaplan, Ph.D. and Dori Laub, M.D., M.A.
Who was “William Shakespeare”? We Propose he was Edward de Vere  105
Richard M. Waugaman, M.D. and Roger Stritmatter, Ph.D.
The Conflicting Forces of Freud's Clinical Situation: Looking at the Evolving Method in the Case of the Rat Man  116
Rolf Künstlicher, M.D., Ph.D.
The Oedipus Myth: The Tragedy and Strengths of Oedipality  125
Leena Klockars, FIL, LIC
The Analyst's Desire in the Era of Intersubjectivity  134
Maria Fitger
Book Section
From Psychoanalytic Narrative to Empirical Single Case Research. Implications for Psychoanalytic Practice By: Kächele, H., Schachter, J. & Thomä, H. (eds.). New York/London: Routledge, 2009.  141
Rolf Sandell
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