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List of Articles

Volume 7 (1950)

Issue 1
The Psychology of Patriotism: Hazámban (In My Country)  3
Géza Róheim
On Spiders, Hanging and Oral Sadism  21
Richard Sterba, M.D.
Tarantism: Mass Hysterical Reaction to Spider Bite in the Middle Ages  29
Howard F. Gloyne, M.D.
Does “Writer's Block” Exist?  43
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
Psyghodynamigs of Mohave Gambling  55
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Franz Schubert's Grief and Love  67
Edward Hitschmann, M.D.
Issue 2
The Tower of Babel in Psychology and in Psychiatry: Towards a Theory of Determinants in Psychology  78
Rudolf Ekstein, M.D.
The Blazing Sun*: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Van Gogh  143
Jacques Schnier
Fire in the Dragon  163
Géza Róheim
The Unconscious Bird Symbol in Literature  173
Arthur Wormhoudt, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Planned Infancy and the Paranoid Block to Human Progress  185
James Clark Moloney, M.D.
Shakespeare's Hamlet: The Myth of Modern Sensibility  197
Harry Slochower
A Possible Technique for Recognizing Psychological Characteristics of the Ancient Maya from an Analysis of their Art  239
Anthony F. C. Wallace
Justice and the Arbitrator: Some Clinical Observations Concerning the Concept of Justice  259
Victor Calef, M.D.
Myth, Merit, and Mirage of Literary Style  279
Edmund Bergler, M.D.
Hallowe'en: Ritual and Myth in a Children's Holiday  289
Louis Fraiberg and Selma Fraiberg
Betty M. and the Seven Dwarfs: A Contrapuntal, Essay on Raynaud's Disease  329
Bernard C. Meyer, M.D.
Catastrophic Reactions in Normals: A Note on the Dynamics of the Psychic Unity of Mankind  343
George Devereux, Ph.D.
The Murder of Moses  351
William H. Desmonde
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