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Paskauskas, R.A. (1993). The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939. The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939, 1-822. Cambridge, MA / London: The Belknap Press of Harvard Univ. Press.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939

Paskauskas, R.A. (1993). The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939, 1-822. Cambridge, MA / London: The Belknap Press of Harvard Univ. Press.

The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939 Next

Edited by:
R. Andrew Paskauskas

Introduction by:
Riccardo Steiner

Contents

Preface vii
Note on Editorial Method xiii
Abbreviations of Works Cited xvii
Introduction by Riccardo Steiner xxi
Correspondence 1
List of Correspondence 773
References 795
Glossary 821


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References

Works by Sigmind Freud

1886e. Translation of J.-M. Charcot's “Sur un cas coxalgie hystérique de cause traumatique chez l'homme,” under the title “Über einen Fall von hysterischer Coxalgie aus traumatischer Ursache bei einem Marine.” Wiener medicinische Wochenschrift 36:711-715, 756-759. (Incorporated in Freud 1886f.)

1886f. Translation with preface and footnotes of J.-M. Charcot's Leçons sur les maladies du systéme nerveux (vol. 3, Paris, 1887), under the title Neue Vorlesungen über die Krankheiten des Nervensystems insbesondeze über Hysterie. Vienna. English trans., “Preface to the Translation of Charcot's Lectures on the Diseases of the Nervous System.” S.E. 1:19-22.

1888-1889. Translation with Preface and Notes of H. Bernheim's De la suggestion et des applications á la thérapeutique, Paris, 1886, under the title Die Suggestion und ihre Heilwiikung, Vienna. (English trans, of preface to the translation of Bernheim's Suggestion, S.E. 1:73-87.)

1892a. Translation of Bernheim's Hypnotisme, suggestion et psychothérapie: études nouvelles, Paris, 1891, under the title Neue Studien über Hypnotismus, Suggestion und Psychothérapie, Vienna.

[with J. Breuer]. 1893a. “On the Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena: Preliminary Communication.” S.E. 2:3-17. [→]

1894a. “The Neuro-Psychoses of Defence.” S.E. 3:43-61. [→]

[with J. Breuer]. 1895d. Studies on Hysteria. S.E. 2.

1896a. “L'hérédité et l'étiologie des néroses” [in French). S.E. 3:142-156. [→]

1896b. “Further Remarks on the Neuro-Psychoses of Defence.” S.E. 3:159-185. [→]

1896c. “The Aetiology of Hysteria.” S.E. 3:189-221. [→]

1900a. The Interpretation of Dreams. S.E. 4, 5.

1901a. On Dreams. S.E. 5:631-686.

1901b. The Psychopathology of Everyday Life. In S.E. 6.

1905c. Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious. S.E. 8.

1905d. Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality. S.E. 7:125-245. [→]

1905e. “Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria.” S.E. 7:3-122. [→]

1906a. “My Views on the Part Played by Sexuality in the Aetiology of the Neuroses.” S.E. 7:270-279. [→]


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1906c. “Psycho-Analysis and the Establishment of the Facts in Legal Proceedings.” S.E. 9:99-114. [→]

1907a. Delusions and Dreams in Jensen's “Gradiva.” S.E. 9:3-95. [→]

1907b. “Obsessive Actions and Religious Practices.” S.E. 9:116-127. [→]

1907c. “The Sexual Enlightenment of Children.” S.E. 9:130-139.

1908b. “Character and Anal Erotism.” S.E. 9:168-175. [→]

1908c. “On the Sexual Theories of Children.” S.E. 9:207-226. [→]

1908d. “‘Civilized’ Sexual Morality and Modern Nervous Illness.” S.E. 9:179-204. [→]

1908e. “Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming.” S.E. 9:142-153. [→]

1908f. [Preface to Stekel 1908.] S.E. 9:250-251.

1909b. “Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy.” S.E. 10:3-149. [→]

1909d. “Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis.” S.E. 10:153-320. [→]

1910a. “Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis.” S.E. 11:3-56. [→]

1910c. Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood. S.E. 11:59-137. [→]

1910d. “The Future Prospects of Psycho-Analytic Therapy.” S.E. 11:140-151. [→]

1910e. “The Antithetical Meaning of Primal Words.” S.E. 11:154-161. [→]

1910f. “Letter to Dr. Friedrich S. Krauss on Anthropophyteia.” S.E. 11:233-235. [→]

1910h. “A Special Type of Choice of Object Made by Men (Contributions to the Psychology of Love I).” S.E. 11:164-175. [→]

1910k. “‘Wild’ Psycho-Analysis.” S.E. 11:220-227. [→]

1911a. “Additions to the Interpretation of Dreams (Wholly Incorporated in The Interpretation of Dreams).” S.E. 5:360-366, 408-409.

1911b. “Formulations on the Two Principles of Mental Functioning.” S.E. 12:215-226. [→]

1911c. “Psycho-Analytic Notes on an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia (Dementia Paranoides).” S.E. 12:3-79. [→]

1911e. “The Handling of Dream-Interprtation in Psycho-Analysis.” S.E. 12:90-96. [→]

1912a. “Postscript to the Case of Paranoia.” S.E. 12:80-82.

1912b. “The Dynamics of Transference.” S.E. 12:98-108. [→]

1912d. “On the Universal Tendency to Debasement in the Sphere of Love (Contributions to the Psychology of Love II).” S.E. 11:178-190. [→]

1912e. “Recommendations to Physicians Practising Psycho-Analysis.” S.E. 12:111-120. [→]

1912f. “Contributions to a Discussion on Masturbation.” S.E. 12:241-254. [→]

1912g. “A Note on the Unconscious in Psycho-Analysis.” [In English.] S.E. 12:257-266. [→]

1912-13. Totem and Taboo. S.E. 13:1-162.

1913a. “An Evidential Dream.” S.E. 12:268-277. [→]

1913c. “On Beginning the Treatment (Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psycho-Analysis I).” S.E. 12:122-144. [→]

1913e. “Preface to Maxim Steiner's Die psychischen Störungen der männlichen Potenz (1913).” S.E. 12:345-346.

1913f. “The Theme of the Three Caskets.” S.E. 12:291-301. [→]

1913g. “Two Lies Told by Children.” S.E. 12:304-309. [→]

1913i. “The Disposition to Obsessional Neurosis.” S.E. 12:313-326.

1913j. “The Claims of Psycho-Analysis to Scientific Interest.” S.E. 13:164-190. [→]

1913m. “On Psycho-Analysis.” [In English.) Australian Medical Congress. (Transactions of the Ninth Session, Sidney, New South Wales, September 1911.) S.E. 12:206-211.


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1914b. “The Moses of Michelangelo.” S.E. 13:211-238. [→]

1914c. “On Narcissism: An Introduction.” S.E. 14:69-102.

1914d. “On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement.” S.E. 14:3-66. [→]

1914g. “Remembering, Repeating, and Working-Through (Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psycho-Analysis II).” S.E. 12:146-156. [→]

1915a. “Observations on Transference-Love (Further Recommendations on the Technique of Psycho-Analysis III).” S.E. 12:158-173. [→]

1915b. “Thoughts for the Times on War and Death.” S.E. 14:274-302. [→]

1915c. “Instincts and their Vicissitudes.” S.E. 14:111-140. [→]

1915d. “Repression.” S.E. 14:143-158.

1915e. “The Unconscious.” S.E. 14:161-204.

1916d. “Some Character-Types Met with in Psycho-Analytic Work.” S.E. 14:310-333. [→]

1916e. “Footnote to Ernest Jones's ‘Professor Janet über Psychoanalyse.’” S.E. 2:xii-xiii n. 2.

1916-17. Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis. S.E. 15, 16. [→]

1917c. “On Transformation of Instinct as Exemplified in Anal Erotism.” S.E. 17:126-133. [→]

1917d. “A Metapsychological Supplement to the Theory of Dreams.” S.E. 14:219-235. [→]

1917e. “Mourning and Melancholia.” S.E. 14:239-260. [→]

1918a. “The Taboo of Virginity (Contributions to the Psychology of Love III).” S.E. 11:192-208. [→]

1918b. “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis.” S.E. 17:3-123. [→]

1919a. “Lines of Advance in Psycho-Analytic Therapy.” S.E. 17:158-168. [→]

1919b. “James J. Putnam.” S.E. 17:271-272. [→]

1919e. “‘A Child Is Being Beaten’: A Contribution to the Study of the Origin of Sexual Perversions.” S.E. 17:177-204. [→]

1920a. “The Psychogenesis of a Case of Homosexuality in a Woman.” S.E. 18:146-172. [→]

1920f. “Supplements to the Theory of Dreams.” S.E. 18:4-5.

1920g. Beyond the Pleasure Principle. S.E. 18:3-64. [→]

1921a. Preface [in English] to J. J. Putnam's Addresses on Psychoanalysis. S.E. 18:269-270. [→]

1921b. Introduction [in English] to Varendonck, The Psychology of Day-Dreams, London. S.E. 18:271-272. [→]

1921c. Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego. S.E. 18:67-143. [→]

1922a. “Dreams and Telepathy.” S.E. 18:196-220. [→]

1923b. The Ego and the Id. S.E. 19:3-66.

1923d. “A Seventeenth-Century Demonological Neurosis.” S.E. 19:69-105. [→]

1924f. “A Short Account of Psycho-Analysis.” S.E. 19:190-209. [→]

1924i. “Letter in Jewish Observer and Middle East Review” 3, 23 (June).

1925d. An Autobiographical Study. S.E. 20:3-70. [→]

1925i. “Some Additional Notes on Dream Interpretation as a Whole.” S.E. 19:125-132. [→]


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1925j. “Some Psychical Consequences of the Anatomical Distinction between the Sexes.” S.E. 19:243-258. [→]

1926b. “Karl Abraham.” S.E. 20:277-278. [→]

1926c. “‘Foreword’ to E. Pickworth Farrow's A Practical Method of Self-Analysis.” S.E. 20:280.

1926d. Inhibitions, Symptoms, and Anxiety. S.E. 20:77-175. [→]

1926e. The Question of Lay-Analysis. S.E. 20:179-250.

1926f. “Psycho-Analysis” [article in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 13th. ed.]. S.E. 20:261-270.

1927a. “Postscript to The Question of Lay-Analysis.” S.E. 20:251-258.

1927b. “Supplement to ‘The Moses of Michelangelo.’” S.E. 13:237-238.

1927c. The Future of an Illusion. S.E. 21:3-56. [→]

1929a. “Dr. Ernest Jones (on his 50th Birthday).” S.E. 21:249-250. [→]

1930a. Civilization and Its Discontents. S.E. 21:59-145. [→]

1930e. “Address Delivered in the Goethe House at Frankfurt.” S.E. 21:206-212.

1931a. “Libidinal Types.” S.E. 21:216-220. [→]

1931b. “Female Sexuality.” S.E. 21:223-243. [→]

1933a. New Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis. S.E. 22:3-182. [→]

1933b. Why War? S.E. 22:197-215.

1933c. “Sándor Ferenczi.” S.E. 22:226-229.

1935a. “Postscript (1935) to An Autobiographical Study.” S.E. 20:71-74.

1937c. “Analysis Terminable and Interminable.” S.E. 23:211-253. [→]

1937d. “Constructions in Analysis.” S.E. 23:256-269. [→]

1939a. Moses and Monotheism. S.E. 23:3-137.

1940a. An Outline of Psychoanalysis. S.E. 23:141-207.

1945a. Foreword [in English] to J. B. Hobman, David Eder: Memoirs of a Modern Pioneer (London: Victor Gollanz, 1945).

1950a. The Origins of Psycho-Analysis. S.E. 1:175-397.

Works by Ernest Jones

1904. “The Healing of the Tracheotomy Wound in Diphtheria.” British Journal of Children's Diseases 1:153-158.

1905a. “The Onset of Hemiplegia in Vascular Lesions.” Brain 28:527-555.

1905b. “Multiple Bilateral Contractures Simulating Pseudo-Hypertrophic Muscular Paralysis (An Aberrant Form of the Nageotte-Wilbonchewitch Syndrome).” Brain 28:585-586.

1905c. “A Case of Extreme Microcephaly, with Ape-Like Movements.” British Journal of Children's Diseases 2:214-215.

1907a. “La vrai aphasie tactile.” Revue neurologique 15:3-7.

1907b. “Eight Cases of Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia.” Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 5:98-106.

1907c. “A Simplified Technique for Accurate Cell Enumeration in Lumbar Puncture.” Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 5:539-550.

1907d. “The Clinical Significance of Allochiria.” Lancet 2:830-832.

1907e. “The Precise Diagnostic Value of Allochiria.” Brain 30:490-532.


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1907f. “Mechanism of Severe Briquet Attack as Contrasted with that of Psychasthenic Fits.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 2:218-227.

1907g. “Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver in Children.” British Journal of Children's Diseases 4:1-14, 43-52.

1907h. “The Occurrence of Goitre in Parent and Child.” British Journal of Children's Diseases 4:101-103.

1908a. “The Symptoms and Diagnosis of Juvenile Tabes.” British Journal of Children's Diseases 5:131-140.

1908b. “The Significance of Phrictopathic Sensation.” J. Nerv. Ment. Dis. 35:427-437.

1908c. “The Variation of the Articulatory Capacity for Different Consonantal Sounds in School Children.” Internationales Archiv für Schulhygiene 5:137-157

1908d. “Rationalisation in Everyday Life.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 3:161-169.

1909a. “The Pathology of Dyschiria.” Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 7:499-522, 559-587.

1909b. “The Differential Diagnosis of Cerebellar Tumours.” Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 161:281-284.

1909c. “Psycho-Analysis in Psychotherapy.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 4:140-50; and Prince et al. (1910, pp. 107-118).

1909d. “Remarks on a Case of Complete Autopsychic Amnesia.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 4:218-235.

1909e. “Psycho-Analytic Notes on a Case of Hypomania.” American Journal of Insanity 66:203-218.

1909f. “An Attempt to Define the Terms Used in Connection with Right-Handedness.” Psychological Bulletin 6:130-132.

1909g. “The Differences between the Sexes in the Development of Speech.” (Read at the Sixth International Congress of Psychology, Geneva, 2-7 August 1909.) British Journal of Children's Diseases 6:413-416.

[with George W. Ross] 1909h. “On the Use of Certain New Chemical Tests in the Diagnosis of General Paralysis and Tabes.” British Medical Journal 1:1111-1113.

1909i. [Comments on case reported by] W. G. Heggie, “Glioma of the Optic Thalamus.” Dominion Medical Monthly 33:96-98.

1909j. “The Pathology of General Paralysis.” Dominion Medical Monthly 33:127-136; and Alienist and Neurologist 30:577-588.

1909k. “Cerebrospinal Fluid in Relation to the Diagnosis of Metasyphilis of the Nervous System.” Bulletin of the Ontario Hospitals for the Insane 2:15-39.

1909l. “A Review of Our Present Knowledge Concerning the Sero-Diagnosis of General Paralysis.” American Journal of Insanity 65:653-688.

1909m. “Modern Progress in Our Knowledge of the Pathology of General Paralysis.” Lancet 87(2):209-212.

1909n. “The Proteid Content of the Cerebro-Spinal Fluid in General Paralysis.” Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 7:379-391.

1909-10. “The Dyschiric Syndrome.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 4:311-327.

1910a. “The Oedipus-Complex as an Explanation of Hamlet's Mystery: A Study in Motive.” American Journal of Psychology 22:72-113. Trans.: “Das Problem des Hamlet und der Oedipus-Komplex,” Schr iften 10.


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1910b. “The Question of the Side Affected in Hemiplegia and in Arterial Lesions of the Brain.” Quarterly Journal of Clinical Medicine 3:233-250.

1910c. “The Psycho-Analytic Method of Treatment.” J. Nerv. Ment. Dis. 37:285-295. [→]

1910d. “Freud's Theory of Dreams.” (Read before the American Psychological Association, Boston, 29 December 1909, Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 8:135-143. (Expanded version in American Journal of Psychology 21:283-308.

1910e. “The Practical Value of the Word-Association Method in Psychopathology.” Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 8:641-672.

1910f. “Psycho-Analysis and Education.” Journal of Educational Psychology 1:497-520. [→]

1910g. “Some Questions of General Ethics Arising in Relation to Psychotherapy.” Dominion Medical Monthly 35:17-22.

1910h. “Freud's Psychology.” Psychological Bulletin 7:109-128.

1910i. “Simulated Foolishness in Hysteria.” (Read before the Detroit Society of Neurology and Psychiatry, 3 February 1910.) American Journal of Insanity 67:279-286.

1910j. “The Mental Characteristics of Chronic Epilepsy.” (Read before the National Association for the Study of Epilepsy, Baltimore, 7 May 1910.) Maryland Medical Journal 53:223-229. [→]

1910k. “A Modern Conception of the Psychoneuroses.” (Read before a meeting of the Canadian Medical Association, Toronto, 2 June 1910.) Interstate Medical Journal 17:567-575.

1910l. “The Relation between Organic and Functional Nervous Diseases.” Dominion Medical Monthly 35:202-207.

1910m. “On the Nightmare.” American Journal of Insanity 66:383-417.

1910n. “Bericht über die neuere englische und amerikanische Literatur zur klinischen psychologic und Psychopathologie.” Jahrbuch 2:316-337. Trans.: “Review of the Recent English and American Literature on Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology,” Archives of Neurology Neurology and Psychiatry 5:120-147. [→]

1910o. “The Differential Diagnosis of Paraplegia.” Canadian Practitioner and Medical Review 35:1-8.

1910-11a. “The Action of Suggestion in Psychotherapy.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 5:217-254. [Expanded version of Jones (1911), “The Therapeutic Effect of Suggestion.” (Read at the first meeting of the American Psychopathological Association, Washington, D.C., 2 May 1910; and at the First International Congress of Medical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Brussels, 7-8 August 1910.) Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery 29:78-87.]

1910-11b. [Report on First International Congress of Medical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Brussels, 7-8 August 1910.] Journal of Abnormal Psychology 5:290-291.

1911a. “The Deviation of the Tongue in Hemiplegia.” (Read at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association, Baltimore, 13 May 1911.) J. Nerv. Ment. Dis. 38:577-587.


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1911b. “Remarks on Dr. Morton Prince's Article ‘The Mechanism and Interpretation of Dreams.’” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 5:328-336.

1911c. “Some Instances of the Influence of Dreams on Waking Life.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 6:11-18.

1911d. “Reflections on Some Criticisms of the Psycho-Analytic Method of Treatment.” (Read before the Chicago Neurological Society and Chicago Medical Society [Joint Meeting], 18 January 1911.) American Journal of Mental Science 142:47-57.

1911e. “The Pathology of Morbid Anxiety.” (Read before the American Psycho-pathological Association, Baltimore, 10 May 1911.) Journal of Abnormal Psychology 6:81-106.

1911f. “The Relationship between Dreams and Psycho-Neurotic Symptoms.” (Read before the Wayne County Society, Detroit, 15 May 1911.) American Journal of Insanity 68:57-80.

1911g. “The Psychopathology of Everyday Life.” (Read at the Detroit Academy of Medicine, 16 May 1911.) American Journal of Psychology 22:477-527.

1911h. “Syphilis of the Nervous System.” Interstate Medical Journal 18:39-47.

1911i. “Darwin über das Vergessen.” Zentralblatt 1:614.

1911-12. [Review of Bleuler 1910.] Journal of Abnormal Psychology 6:465-470.

1912a. “The Therapeutic Action of Psycho-Analysis.” (Read before the Detroit Society of Neurology and Psychiatry, 7 December 1911.) Review of Neurology and Psychiatry 10:53-64.

1912b. “The Value of Sublimating Processes for Education and Re-Education.” (Read before the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., 29 December 1911.) Journal of Educational Psychology 3:241-256.

1912c. “A Forgotten Dream (Note on the Oedipus Saving Phantasy).” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 7:5-16.

1912d. “Zwei interessante Fälle von Versprechen.” Zentralblatt 2:33-34. [→]

1912e. “Analyse eines Falles von Namenvergessen.” Zentralblatt 2:84-86. [→]

1912f. “Ein klares Beispsiel sekundäarer Bearbeitung.” Zentralblatt 2:135. [→]

1912g. “Unbewusste Zahlenbehandlung.” Zentralblatt 2:241-244.

1912h. “Die Bedeutung des Salzes in Sitte und Brauch der Völker.” Imago 1:361-385; 454-488. [→]

1912i. “Ein ungewöhnlicher Fall von ‘gemeinsamen Sterben.’” Zentralblatt 2:455-459. [→]

1912j. “Der Alptraum in seiner Beziehung zu gewissen Formen des mittelalter-lichen Aberglaubens.” Schriften 14:1-149. Trans. in pt. 2 of Jones (1931b, pp. 55-240).

1912-13. “Einige Fälle von Zwangsneurose.” Jahrbuch 4:563-606, 5:55-116. “Analytic Study of a Case of Obsessional Neurosis,” abridged version, in Papers, 2nd ed. 1918, pp. 515-539. [→]

1913a. “The Treatment of the Neuroses, Including the Psychoneuroses.” In The Modern Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases by American and British Authors, ed. William A. White and Smith Ely Jelliffe. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Lea and Faber, 1:331-416. (See Jones 1920b.)

1913b. “Die Beziehung zwischen Angstneurose und Angsthysterie.” Zeitschrift 1:11-17. (“The Relation between Anxiety Neurosis and Anxiety Hysteria.” [Read before the International Society for Medical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Zurich, 9 September 1912.] Journal of Abnormal Psychology 8:1-9.) [→]


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1913c. “A Simple Phobia.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 8:101-108.

1913d. “The Interrelations of the Biogenetic Psychoses.” (Read at the opening ceremony of the Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Baltimore, 18 April 1913.) American Journal of Insanity 69:1027-32.

1913e. “Die Bedeutung des Grossvaters für das Schicksal des Einzelnen.” Zeitschrift 1:219-223. [→]

1913f. “Andrea del Sarto Kunst und der Einfluss seiner Gattin.” Imago 2:468-480. [→]

1913g. “Der Gottmensch-Komplex; der Glaube, Gott zu sein, und die daraus folgenden Charactermerkmale.” Zeitschrift 1:313-339. [→]

1913h. “George Meredith über Träume.” Zentralblatt 3:54-55. [→]

1913i. “Hass und Analerotik in der Zwangsneurose.” Zeitschrift 1:425-430. Trans.: “Hate and Anal Erotism in the Obsessional Neurosis.” (Read before the American Psychopathological Association, Washington, D.C., 9 May 1913.) In Papers, 2nd ed., pp. 540-548. [→]

1913j. “[Report on] Internationaler Kongress für Medizin. London, August 1913.” Zeitschrift 1:592-597. [→]

1913k. “The Phantasy of the Reversal of Generations.” (Read before the Psychiatric Society, Ward's Island, New York, 8 February 1913). In Papers, 2nd ed. pp. 658-687. Trans, (abridged): “Generations-Umkehrungsphantasie,” Zeitschrift 1:562-563.

1913-14. “The Case of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland.” (Read before the American Psychopathological Association, Washington, D.C., 8 May 1913.) Journal of Abnormal Psychology 8:289-330.

1914a. “Die Empfängniss der Jungfrau Maria durch das Ohr: Ein Beitrag zu der Beziehung zwischen Kunst und Religion.” Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse 6:135-204. Trans. and rev.: “The Madonna's Conception through the Ear: A Contribution to the Relation between Aesthetics and Religion.” In Jones (1923a, pp. 261-359; 1951, 2:266-357).

1914b. “Die Stellungnahme des psychoanalytischen ärztes zu den aktuellen Kon-flikten.” (Read before the Fourth International Psychoanalytic Congress, Munich, 8 September 1913). Zeitschrift 2:6-10. Trans.: “The Attitude of the Psycho-Analytic Physician towards Current Conflicts.” In Papers, 2nd ed., pp. 312-317.

1914c. [Critique of Jung 1913b.] Zeitschrift 2:83-86.

1914d. “Bemerkungen zur psychoanalytischen Technik.” Zeitschrift 2:274-275. [→]

1914e. “Frau und Zimmer.” Zeitschrift 2:380.

1914f. “Zahnziehen und Geburt.” Zeitschrift 2:380-381.

1914g. “Haarschneiden und Geiz.” Zeitschrift 2:383.

1914h. “Die Technik der psychoanalytischen Therapie.” Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse 6:329-342.

1914i. “The Unconscious and Its Significance for Psychopathology.” (Read in Jones's absence before the British Medical Association, Aberdeen, 29-31 July 1914.) British Medical Journal, 2 (1914):966-967; and Review of Neurology and Psychology 12474-481.

1915a. “The Repression Theory and Its Relation to Memory.” (Read before the British Psychological Society, Durham, 30 January 1915.) British Journal of Psychology 8:33-47.


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1915b. “Professor Janet on Psycho-Analysis: A Rejoinder.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology 9:400-410. Trans.: “Professor Janet über Psychoanalyse,” Zeitschrift 4:34-43.

1915c. “War and Individual Psychology.” Sociological Review 8:167-180.

1915d. “War and Sublimation.” (Read before the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Section of Psychology, Manchester, 10 September 1915). In Jones (1923a, pp. 381-390; 1951, 1:77-87).

1916a. “The Theory of Symbolism.” (Read before the British Psychological Society, 29 January 1916.) British Journal of Psychology 9:181-229. Trans.: Hanns Sachs, “Die Theorie der Symbolik,” Zeitschrift 5:244-273, and 8:259-289.

1916b. Translation of Sándor Ferenczi, Contributions to Psychoanalysis. Boston: R. G. Badger.

1916c. “The Unconscious Mental Life of the Child.” Child-Study 9:37-41, 49-55.

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1919. [Obituary of J. J. Putnam.] Zeitschrift 5:233-243. Trans.: “Dr. James Jackson Putnam,” Journal 1:6-16.

1920a. “Recent Advances in Psycho-Analysis.” (Read before the Medical Section, British Psychological Society, 21 January 1920.) Brit. J. Med. Psychol. 1:49-71; and Journal 1:161-185.

1920b. Treatment of the Neuroses. New York: Wm. Wood; London: Baillière, Tindall, and Cox. [Based on Jones 1913a.] Trans.: Therapie der Neurosen. Leipzig: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1921.

1920c. [Review of A. G. Tansley, The New Psychology and Its Relation to Life.] Journal 1:478-480.

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1922d. [Review of D. Forsyth, The Technique of Psycho-Analysis.] Journal 3:224-227.

1922e. [Review of E. A. Westermarck, The History of Human Marriage.] Journal 3:249-252.


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1922f. “Notes on Dr. Abraham's Article on ‘The Female Castration Complex.’” Journal 3:327-328. [→]

1922g. “Some Problems of Adolescence.” (Read before a joint meeting of the General, Medical, and Education Sections of the British Psychological Society, 14 March 1922.) British Journal of Psychology 13:31-47.

1922h. “The Island of Ireland: A Psycho-Analytical Contribution to Political Psychology.” (Read before the British Psycho-Analytical Society, 21 June 1922.) In Jones (1951, 1:95-112).

1922i. [Review of S. Freud, Dream Psychology.] Journal 3:114-115.

1922j. “A Psycho-Analytic Study of the Holy Ghost Concept.” (Read before the Seventh Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association, Berlin, 27 September 1922.) In Jones (1951, 2:358-373).

1923a. Essays in Applied Psycho-Analysis. London: International Psycho-Analytical Press.

1923b. “The Nature of Auto-Suggestion.” (Read before the Medical Section of the British Psychological Society, 22 March 1923.) Journal 4:293-312.

1923c. “The Nature of Desire.” Journal of Neurology and Psychopathology 3:338-341.

1923d. “Classification of the Instincts.” (Read before the Seventh International Congress of Psychology, Oxford, 31 July 1923.) British Journal of Psychology 14:256-261.

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1924c. [Review of Wittels 1924.] Journal 5:481-486.

Ed. 1924d. Social Aspects of Psycho-Analysis: Lectures Delivered under the Auspices of the Sociological Society. London: Williams and Norgate.

1924a. “Psycho-Analysis and Anthropology.” (Read before the Royal Anthropological Society, 19 February 1924.) Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 54:47-66.

1924f. “Free Will and Determinism.” (Read before the Oxford Psychological Society, 27 October 1924.) In Jones (1951, 2:178-189).

1924g. [Review of R. Laforgue and R. Allendy, La psychanalyse et les névroses.] Journal 5:486-487.

1924h. [Review of McDougall 1923.] Journal 5:496-498.

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1926b. “The Psychology of Religion.” (Read before the Tenth International Congress of Psychology, Groningen, 7 September 1926.) Brit. J. Med. Psychol. 6:264-269.

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1927a. [Review of Freud 1926e.] Zeitschrift 13:101-107; and Journal 8:87-92.

1927b. [Review of McDougall 1926.] Journal 8:421-429.


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1927c. [Contribution to the “Discussion on Lay Analysis.”] Journal 8:174-198. Trans.: Zeitschrift 13:171-192.

1927d. [Contribution to the “Symposium on Child Analysis.”] Journal 8:387-391.

1927e. “La conception du surmoi.” (Read before the Paris Psychoanalytic Society, 5 April 1927.) Rev. Franç Psychanal 1:324-336. Trans.: “The Development of the Concept of the Superego,” Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 23:276-285.

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1929b. “La jalousie.” (Read at the Sorbonne, 21 March 1929.) Rev. Franç Psychanal 3:228-422.

1929c. “Fear, Guilt, and Hate.” (Read before the Eleventh Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association, Oxford, 27 July 1929.) Journal 10:383-397.

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1930b. “Psychoanalysis and the Christian Religion.” (Read before the Lotus Club, Oxford University, 22 November 1930.) In Jones (1951, 2:198-211).

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1934. “Psycho-Analysis 3nd Modern Medicine.” (Read before the Paddington Medical Society.) Lancet 226:59-62.

1935. “Early Female Sexuality.” (Read before the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, 24 April 1935.) Journal 16:263-273.

1936. “Psychoanalysis and the Instincts.” (Read before the British Psychological Society, 22 March 1935.) British Journal of Psychology 26:272-288.


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