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Volume 13 (1965)

Psychoanalytic Notes on the History of Morality  3
David Beres, M.D.
Notes on Countertransference  38
Otto Kernberg, M.D.
Working Through and Termination of Analysis  57
Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.
Loss of Identity and Acting out  79
Klaus Angel, M.D.
Ambiguity and Human Imperfection  85
Sidney Tarachow, M.D.
On Time and Timelessness  102
Shelley Orgel, M.D.
Loneliness and Compulsion  122
Vivian Jarvis
Scientific Proceedings—panel Reports—The Relationship Between Child Analysis and the Theory and Practice of Adult Psychoanalysis  159
Gabriel Casuso, M.D.
Current Status of the Theory of the Superego  172
Stanley Goodman, M.D.
Limitations of Psychoanalysis  181
Paul Gray, M.D.
Editor's Note  190
HEINZ HARTMANN - Seventieth Birthday  194
Heinz Hartmann—A Tribute  195
Anna Freud
Psychoanalytic Implications of Recent Research on Sleep and Dreaming—Part I: Empirical Findings  197
Charles Fisher, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Implications of Recent Research on Sleep and Dreaming—Part II: Implications for Psychoanalytic Theory  271
Charles Fisher, M.D.
Dream Interpretation and the Psychology of Dreaming  304
Richard M. Jones, Ph.D.
Conceptions of Superego Development  320
Steven Hammerman, M.D.
The Defensive Function of an Altered State of Consciousness—A Hypnoid State  356
Robert Dickes, M.D.
Man as a Machine—Reflections on Certain Cybernetic Implications of Freud's Psychoanalytic Theories with Special Consideration of the Evolutionary Association of Love and Understanding (Knowing)  404
Robert L. Marcus, M.D.
Sensory Determinants of the Symbol Three  422
Jules Glenn, M.D.
Freud and the Controversy Over Shakespearean Authorship  475
Harry Trosman, M.D.
Darwin as the Source of Freud's Neo-Lamarckianism  499
Lucille B. Ritvo
Freud and Dostoevsky  518
Fritz Schmidl
Observations on a "Natural Experiment": Helen Keller  533
Hartvig Dahl, M.D.
Rossini—A Psychoanalytic Approach to "The Great Renunciation"  551
Daniel W. Schwartz, M.D.
Remarks on Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness  570
Richard F. Sterba, M.D.
Panel Reports—Latency  584
Ted E. Becker, M.D.
The Genetic Determinants of Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomena in Character Formation  591
Sigmund Gabe, M.D.
Contributions of Longitudinal Studies to Psychoanalytic Theory  605
Roy Schafer, Ph.D.
Memory and Repression  619
William G. Niederland, M.D.
On the Creation of Beauty and Thought: The Unique as Vicissitude  634
Joseph T. Coltrera, M.D.
Historical Notes Concerning Psychoanalysis and Early Language Development  707
Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.
Comments on Libidinal Organizations and Child Development  732
Lili E. Peller
The Goals of Psychoanalysis—A Survey of Analytic Viewpoints  748
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Modes of Insight  771
Paul Graves Myerson, M.D.
Incomplete Psychoanalytic Training  793
Sidney Levin, M.D. and Joseph J. Michaels, M.D.
The Relation of Experimentally Induced Presleep Experiences to Dreams—A Report on Method and Preliminary Findings  819
Herman A. Witkin, Ph.D. and Helen B. Lewis, Ph.D.
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child—A Tribute  850
Errata  914
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