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List of Articles

Volume 10 (1982)

I Psychoanalytic Education
Dedication: Dr. Joan Fleming  3
Paul A. Dewald, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Education: A Psychoanalytic Perspective  5
Jacob A. Arlow, M.D.
The Educational Prerequisites for Analytic Training  21
Homer C. Curtis, M.D.
Transference to Theory: The Relationship of Psychoanalytic Education to the Analyst's Relationship to Psychoanalysis  29
Leo Rangell, M.D.
Styles of Supervision Related to Child-Analysis Training and the Gender of the Supervisor  57
Helen R. Beiser, M.D.
The Problem of the Problem Candidate: A Significant Issue for Psychoanalytic Educators  77
Stanley S. Weiss, M.D.
An Introspective on Training and Nontraining Analysis  93
Victor Calef, M.D.
II Theoretical Studies
The Transference in Psychoanalysis and in Psychotherapy: Points of View Past and Present, Inside and Outside the Transference  117
Harold P. Blum, M.D.
A Revision of the Psychoanalytic Theory of Affect  139
Pinchas Noy, M.D.
The Contribution of Psychoanalytic Object Theory to Psychosomatic Medicine  187
Samir Stephanos, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Phenomenology of the Dream  205
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D. and George E. Atwood, Ph.D.
Self-Esteem Regulation and Narcissism  221
Eduardo Val, M.D.
The Manifest and Latent Meanings of Metapsychology  233
Robert R. Holt, Ph.D.
III Psychoanalytic History
The Past Revisited  259
Anna Freud, M.D.
Psychoanalysis in Russia and the U.S.S.R. 1908–1979  267
George H. Pollock, M.D., Ph.D.
This Is All I Have To Tell About Freud: Reminiscences of Sigmund Freud  281
Bruno Goetz, Martin Grotjahn, M.D. and Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
The Hazelnut Torte  293
Bertha Pappenheim, Trude Parzen, Kate R. Ollendorff and George H. Pollock, M.D., Ph.D.
IV Applied Psychoanalysis
The Nostalgia of Charles Ives: An Essay in Affects and Music  301
Stuart Feder, M.D.
The Mourning-Liberation Process and Creativity: The Case of Käthe Kollwitz  333
George H. Pollock, M.D., Ph.D.
Peter Pan and Captain Hook: A Study in Oedipal Rivalry  355
Nicholas Tucker, M.A.
On Being a Newcomer  369
Gerhart Piers, M.D. and Maria W. Piers, Ph.D.
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