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List of Articles

Volume 1 (1973)

Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Society
Psychoanalysis in a Troubled World  3
Heinz Kohut, M.D.
Sigmund Freud Centennial Lecture  26
Robert Waelder
Psychoanalytic Theory and Developmental Psychology
Psychoanalysis and Theory Formation  39
Michael Franz Basch, M.D.
The Instinct Theory in the Light of Microbiology  53
Therese Benedek, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Science: The Concept of Structure  73
Samuel A. Guttman, Ph.D., M.D.
Notes on “Psychoanalysis and Science: The Concept of Structure”  82
Heinz Hartmann, M.D.
Two Prevalent Misconceptions about Freud's “Project” (1895)  88
Mark Kanzer, M.D.
Comments on Some Instinctual Manifestations of Superego Formation  104
Hans W. Loewald, M.D.
Affects and Psychoanalytic Knowledge  117
Arnold H. Modell, M.D.
Symbolism and Mental Representation  125
Pinchas Noy, M.D.
Action: Its Place in Psychoanalytic Interpretation and Theory  159
Roy Schafer, Ph.D.
Interdisciplinary Studies
Psychoanalytic Research in Attention and Learning: Some Findings and the Question of Clinical Relevance  199
Fred Schwartz, Ph.D.
Commentary on Freud and Philosophy  216
Fay Horton Sawyier, Ph.D.
Clinical Studies
The Role of Illusion in the Analytic Space and Process  231
M. Masud R. Khan
Concerning Therapeutic Symbiosis  247
Harold F. Searles, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Education
The Clinical Conference in Teaching and Learning the Psychoanalytic Process  265
Paul A. Dewald, M.D.
The Training Analyst as an Educator  280
Joan Fleming, M.D.
History of Psychoanalysis
Freud's Novelas Ejemplares  299
Joan E. Gedo, M.D. and Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
Freud's Cultural Background  318
Harry Trosman, M.D.
Minister to a Mind Diseased: Freud at the Allgemeine Krankenhaus  336
Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
Applied Psychoanalysis
On Oscar Wilde  345
Alexander Grinstein, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Object-Relations Theory, Group Processes, and Administration: Toward an Integrative Theory of Hospital Treatment  363
Otto F. Kernberg, M.D.
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