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List of Articles

Volume 6 (1946)

Issue 1
Basic Anxiety  3
Muriel Ivimey
The Traumatic Syndrome  12
Harold Kelman
Psychiatry and Applied Anthropology in Psychological Warfare against Japan  20
Alexander H. Leighton and Morris Edward Opler
Psychoanalysis and Education  28
Marie Rasey
Neurotic Conflict and Physical Symptoms  35
Frederick A. Weiss
Book Reviews
Psychoanalytic Therapy: Principles and Application. By Franz Alexander, Thomas Morton French, and associates. 353 pp. 1946. The Ronald Press Co. $5.  44
Valer Barbu
The Psychological Frontiers of Society. By Abram Kardiner with the collaboration of Ralph Linton, Cora Du Bois, and James West. 475 pages. 1945. Columbia University Press  45
Sara Breitbart
Are You Considering Psychoanalysis? By Valer Barbu, Karen Horney, Muriel Ivimey, Harold Kelman, Elizabeth Kilpatrick, Alexander R. Martin. Edited by Karen Horney. 262 pp. 1946. W. W. Norton & Co. $3.  48
Bella S. Van Bark
Human Nature: The Marxian View. By Vernon Venable. 213 pp. 1945. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. $3.  49
I. Portnoy
Peace of Mind. Joshua Loth Liebman. 203 pp. 1946. Simon & Schuster. $2.50  51
Herbert Holt
Shock Treatments and other Somatic Procedures in Psychiatry. By Lothar B. Kalinowsky and Paul H. Hoch. Foreword by Nolan D. C. Lewis. 294 pp. 1946. Grune & Stratton. $4.50  52
Abe Pinsky
The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress. By G. B. Chisholm. 44 pp. 1946. 40 cents. Reprinted from Psychiatry, February, 1946.  52
Bernard Zuger
Notes and Comments
The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis: President's Report—1945-1946  55
Alexander R. Martin
Scientific Meetings  56
The American Institute for Psychoanalysis  58
The Auxiliary Council to the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis  61
Psychoanalysis and the News World  62
Frances Gunther
The Association—Past, Present, and Future  63
Harold Kelman
Psychoanalysis and Politics  64
Harold D. Lasswell
The Role of Psychoanalysis in the Community  65
Alice Brophy
The Future of Psychoanalysis  66
Karen Horney
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