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List of Articles


Volume 4 (1981)

Issue 1
Editorial Note  3
Henning Paikin
Analysis of Non-Verbal Behavior: A way to facilitate reconstruction of early psychic development?  5
Per Roar Anthi, cand. psychol.
From Depression to Mourning  17
Tor-Björn Hägglund, M.D.
The Role of Psychoanalysis in the Conflict of Interpretations: With special reference to Paul Ricoeur  27
Peter Kemp, Dr. Theol.
On Shame, Women and Social Conventions  45
Iréne Matthis, M.D.
The Relation between Metapsychology and Psychoanalytic Practice: Some Metascientific Thoughts on Metapsychological Speculation  59
Carl Lesche, fil. lic.
Primal Scene Fantasies and Cathexis of Self as Reflected in the Psychoanalytic Situation  75
Pentti Ikonen, Phil. Mag. and Eero Rechardt, M.D.
Report from the 7th Nordic Psychoanalytic Congress  95
Henning Paikin, M.D.
Dying. A psychoanalytic study with special reference to individual creativity and defensive organization: Tor-Björn Hägglund. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1978.  101
Bo Larsson
Rorschachmetode og psykoterapi. En egopsykologisk studie. (Rorschachmethod and Psychotherapy. An Ego Psychological Study): Bjørn Killingmo. Universitetsforlaget, Oslo 1980.  104
Hellen Ziegler
New Light on the Psychology of Epilepsy  105
Johannes Lehtonen
The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 1980  111
Henning Paikin, Jukka Välimäki, Kjell Ugulen and Olena Sennton
Obituaries  117
Finn Askevold and Birgitta Ejve
Issue 2
Feminine Sexuality and its Development  127
Vilja Hägglund, M.D.
On the Importance of the Setting in the Psychoanalytic Situation  151
Henrik Carpelan, M.D.
Ibsen. Narcissism and Creativity  161
Per Roar Anthi, cand. psychol.
Freud and Romanticism  177
Mikael Enckell, M.D.
Report on a Panel Discussion on Interpretation  193
Chairman Eero Rechardt, Panelists Reimer Jensen, Simo Salonen, Roar Svalheim, Andás Pöstényi and Reporter Bo Larsson
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