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List of Articles


Volume 17 (1969)

Organismic Equilibration and the Energy-Structure Duality in Psychoanalytic Theory—An Attempt at Theoretical Refinement  3
Riley W. Gardner, Ph.D.
Discussion  41
Charles Brenner, M.D.
Discussion  54
Nathaniel Ross, M.D.
Discussion  60
Herbert Weiner, M.D.
Closing Comments  65
Riley W. Gardner, Ph.D.
The Symptom-Context Method—Quantitative Studies of Symptom Formation in Psychotherapy  68
Lester Luborsky, Ph.D. and Arthur H. Auerbach, M.D.
Hypnosis as a Method for Investigating Unconscious Thought Processes—A Review of Research  100
Lawrence Stross, M.D. and Howard Shevrin, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Scientific Creativity—With Special Reference to Regression in the Service of the Ego  136
Marshall Bush
Problems of Termination in Child Analysis  191
Robert Kohrman, M.D.
Dreams and Psychosis  206
John E. Mack, M.D.
Problems of Termination in the Analysis of Adults  222
Stephen K. Firestein, M.D.
Psychoanalysis—Taught, Learned, and Experienced  238
Sylvan Keiser, M.D.
Book Notices  268
 
Guides on Professional Conduct for Psychoanalysts  291
Joseph J. Michaels, M.D.
Concerning the Teaching and Learning of Psychoanalysis  312
Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.
Some Comments on Technical Precepts in Psychoanalysis  333
Charles Brenner, M.D.
What Do We Mean by "Id"?  353
Anne Hayman, M.D.
Speech and Psychic Structure—The Vocal-Auditory Organization of the Ego  381
Henry Edelheit, M.D.
Unexpected Death in a Patient who Wished to Die  413
John C. Coolidge, M.D.
A Common Type of Marital Incompatibility  421
Sidney Levin, M.D.
Synergic Relations Between the Processes of Fatherhood and Psychoanalysis  437
Hal T. Hurn, M.D.
Superior Intelligence—Its Contribution to Neurogenesis  452
Sylvan Keiser, M.D.
Repetition Compulsion, Acting Out, and Identification with the Doer  474
Nathan P. Segel, M.D.
The Cryptomnesic Fragment in the Discovery of Free Association  489
Harry Trosman, M.D.
Aeschylus: Oresteia—A Cure in Fifth-Century Athens  511
Marian Tolpin, M.D.
Lady Macbeth and Infanticide or "How Many Children had Lady Macbeth" Murdered?  528
Victor Calef, M.D.
The Iceman Changeth—Toward an Empirical Approach to Creativity  549
Albert Rothenberg, M.D.
Some Aspects of Charcot's Influence on Freud  608
Julian A. Miller, M.D.
The Problem of Character Theory  675
Martin H. Stein, M.D.
Dreams about the Patient—An Approach to the Problem of Countertransference  702
Roy M. Whitman, M.D., Milton Kramer, M.D. and Bill J. Baldridge, Ph.D.
On Raskolnikov's Dreams in Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment  728
Richard B. Lower, M.D.
The History of Freud's Concepts of Regression  743
Stanley W. Jackson, M.D.
What are Defense Mechanisms?  785
Richard S. Siegal, Ph.D.
The Pleasure Principle, the Constancy Principle, and the Primary Autonomous Ego  808
William Needles, M.D.
Unconscious Fantasy and Masturbatory Technique  826
Ira Miller, M.D.
The Role of Pregenital Fixations in Agoraphobia  848
Clifton Rhead, M.D.
Spider Symbolism and Bisexuality  862
Lawrence E. Newman, M.D. and Robert J. Stoller, M.D.
Prince Hal's Conflict, Adolescent Idealism, and Buffoonery  873
Joseph D. Lichtenberg, M.D. and Charlotte Lichtenberg, M.L.A.
A Psychoanalytic View of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf  888
Harold P. Blum, M.D.
Schnitzler's Das Schicksal Des Freiherrn Von Leisenbohg  904
M. Katan, M.D.
King Lear and the Use of Humor in Treatment  927
Gilbert J. Rose, M.D.
Narcissistic Resistance  941
Nathan P. Segel, M.D.
Nonverbal Communication in the Analysis of Adults  955
Alvin Suslick, M.D.
The Theory of Genital Primacy in the Light of Ego Psychology  968
Martin A. Berezin, M.D.
Some Early Manifestations of Transference—Their Implications for the First Phase of Psychoanalysis  995
Robert S. Daniels, M.D.
Transference Birth Fantasies and Narcissism  1015
Gilbert J. Rose, M.D.
Transference, Somatization, and Symbiotic Need  1030
Robert A. Savitt, M.D.
Sensory Irruptions and Mental Organization  1055
Theodore Lipin, M.D.
On the Nature of Addiction to Cigarettes  1074
Eli Marcovitz, M.D.
Further Comments on a Common Type of Marital Incompatibility  1097
Sidney Levin, M.D.
The Reversal of Déjà Raconté  1114
Dale Boesky, M.D.
Defensive Reactions to Infantile Separation Anxiety  1142
Katherine H. Tennes and E. Esther Lampl, Ph.D.
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