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List of Articles

Volume 20 (1992)

I Theoretical Studies
The Private Self and Private Space  1
Arnold H. Modell, M.D.
Discussion of Arnold Modell's “The Private Self and Private Space”  15
John E. Gedo, M.D.
The Self, In and Out of Relatedness  25
Alice Rosen Soref, M.A.
A Chronology of Freud's Writing His Psychological Works  49
George F. Mahl, Ph.D.
What an Affect Means: A Quasi-Experiment About Disgust  69
Robert M. Galatzer-Levy, M.D. and Mayer Gruber, Ph.D.
II Clinical Studies
Screen Language and Developmental Metaphor  95
Henry F. Smith, M.D.
On Being a Scientist or a Healer: Reflections on Abstinence, Neutrality, and Gratification  115
Ernest S. Wolf, M.D.
Abstinence, Neutrality, Gratification: New Trends, New Climates, New Implications  131
Kenneth M. Newman, M.D.
III Applied Psychoanalysis
The Childhood of an Artist  147
W. W. Meissner, SJ, M.D.
Silas Marner: Psychological Change in Fiction  171
Richard Almond, M.D.
Blutbrüderschaft and Self Psychology in D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love  191
James C. Cowan, Ph.D.
Ramakrishna and the Mystical Experience  215
Sudhir Kakar, Ph.D.
Mary Tyrone's Long Day's Journey into Night  235
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D. and Annette Lachmann, M.A.
Freud's Aesthetic Response to Michelangelo's Moses  245
Gary N. Goldsmith, M.D.
IV Psychoanalysis and Philosophy
Psychoanalysis and Commonsense Psychology  273
Andrew Brook, DPHIL
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