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Rickman, J. (1957). Selected Contributions to Psycho-Analysis. The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 52:1-8. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

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Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Selected Contributions to Psycho-Analysis

(1957). The International Psycho-Analytical Library, 52(1):1-8. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

Selected Contributions to Psycho-Analysis Next

Edited by:
John Rickman, M.D.

Edited (Series) by:
Ernest Jones, M.D.

Compiled by:
W. Clifford M. Scott, M.D.

Introduction by:
Sylvia M. Payne, C.B.E., M.B.

Contents

Foreword 9
Editorial Note 17
I. An Unanalysed Case: Anal Erotism, Occupation and Illness (1921) 19
II. A Psychological Factor in the Aetiology of Desscensus Uteri, Laceration of the Perineum and Vaginismus (1926) 22
III. Discussion on Lay-Analysis (1927) 26
IV. On Some Of The Standpoints Of Freud And Jung (1928) 32
V. On Quotations (1929) 37
VI. The Psychology Of Crime (1932) 45
VII. On ‘Unbearable’ Ideas And Impulses (1937) 52
VIII. Sigmund Freud: A Personal Impression (1939) 59
IX. The General Practitioner And Psycho-Analysis (1939) 61
X. On The Nature Of Ugliness And The Creative Impulse (Marginalia Psychoanalytica. II) (1940) 68
XI. A Case of Hysteria—Theory and Practice in the Two Wars(1941) 90
XII. Sigmund Freud 1856-1939: An Appreciation (1941) 95
XIII. Psychology in Medical Education (1947) 105
XIV. The Application of Psycho-Analytical Principles to Hospital in-Patients (1948) 115
XV. Guilt and the Dynamics of Psychological Disorder in the Individual (1948) 119
XVI. On the Criteria for the Termination of an Analysis (1950) 127
XVII. The RôLe and Future of Psycho-Therapy Within Psychiatry (1950) 131
XVIII. The Development of Psychological Medicine (1950) 144


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XIX. The Factor of Number in Individual and Group Dynamics (1950) 165
XX. Reflections on the Function and Organization of a Psycho-Analytical Society (1951) 170
XXI. Methodology and Research in Psycho-Pathology (1951) 207
XXII. Number and the Human Sciences (1951) 218
XXIII. A Survey: The Development of the Psycho-Analytical Theory of the Psychoses 1894-1926 224
Appendix I. Need for Belief in God (1938) 384
Appendix II. List of Publications by John Rickman 391
Index 397 (not available in PEP)


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Article Citation [Who Cited This?]

Rickman, J. (1957). Selected Contributions to Psycho-Analysis. Int. Psycho-Anal. Lib., 52(1):1-8. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis.

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WARNING! This text is printed for personal use. It is copyright to the journal in which it originally appeared. It is illegal to redistribute it in any form.