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List of Articles


Volume 2 (1954)

The Dream Specimen of Psychoanalysis  5
Erik Homburger Erikson
Some Considerations of the Use of Questioning as a Psychoanalytic Technique  57
Stanley L. Olinick, M.D.
Psychological Aspects of the Organism Under Stress— Part I the Homeostatic Regulatory Function of the Ego  67
Karl A. Menninger, M.D.
Acting out and Defensive Instinctual Gratification  107
Leo Angelo Spiegel, M.D.
Mother, God, and Superego  120
James Clark Moloney, M.D.
Panel Reports — Annual Meeting, 1953—I. Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychotherapy—similarities and Differences  152
Mary O'Neil, M.D. and Leo Rangell, M.D.
II. Homeostasis and Ego Function  166
Roy R. Grinker, M.D. and Martin A. Berezin, M.D.
III. Training and Therapeutic Analysis  175
Lucia E. Tower, M.D. and Victor Calef, M.D.
Statement of Policy  179
Nathaniel Ross, M.D.
New Contributions to the Study of Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams—A Critical Essay  180
Ernst Kris, Ph.D.
Problems of Identification—Introduction  197
Ralph R. Greenson, M.D.
The Struggle Against Identification  200
Ralph R. Greenson, M.D.
Early Identifications as Archaic Elements in the Superego  218
Annie Reich, M.D.
Contribution to the Metapsychology of Psychotic Identifications  239
Edith Jacobson, M.D.
Orality Displaced to the Urethra  263
Sylvan Keiser, M.D.
Psychological Aspects of the Organism Under Stress— Part II Regulatory Devices of the Ego Under Major Stress  280
Karl A. Menninger, M.D.
Freud—eitingon—magnes Correspondence—Psychoanalysis at the Hebrew University  311
Milton Rosenbaum, M.D.
Panel Reports—midwinter Meeting, 1953—I. Defense Mechanisms and Psychoanalytic Technique  318
Elizabeth R. Zetzel, M.D.
II. Child Analysis  327
George E. Gardner, M.D. and Eveoleen N. Rexford, M.D.
III. Perversion: Theoretical and Therapeutic Aspects  336
Otto E. Sperling, M.D. and Jacob A. Arlow, M.D.
IV. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: Dynamic Criteria for Treatment Choice  346
Adelaide M. Johnson, M.D. and Alfred O. Ludwig, M.D.
Dreams and Perception—The Role of Preconscious and Primary Modes of Perception in Dream Formation  389
Charles Fisher, M.D.
Day Residue in Dream and Myth  446
Martin Wangh, M.D.
Color in Dreams  453
Victor Calef, M.D.
Color in Dreams  462
Louis Linn, M.D.
The Convertible as a Symbol in Dreams  466
Alexander Grinstein, M.D.
The Written Dream  473
Louis S. Lipschutz, M.D.
A Note on Morning Depressions  479
Samuel A. Guttman, M.D.
Primitive Genital Mutilations in a Neurotic's Dream  484
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Extramural Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Case of Narcotic Addiction  494
Robert A. Savitt, M.D.
An Episode of Sleepwalking  503
Don D. Jackson, M.D.
Enuresis and Bisexual Identification  509
Martin A. Berezin, M.D.
Regressive Reaction to the Interpretation of a Dream  514
Lawrence J. Friedman, M.D.
Federn's Contributions to Ego Psychology and Psychoses  519
Edith Jacobson, M.D.
A Field-Theory Perspective of Psychoanalysis  526
Mark Kanzer, M.D.
Book Notices  535
 
Clarence P. Oberndorf, M.D—1882-1954  546
 
Editor's Note  565
J. F.
The Widening Scope of Indications for Psychoanalysis  567
Leo Stone, M.D.
Transference Problems in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Severely Depressive Patients  595
Edith Jacobson, M.D.
The Widening Scope of Indications for Psychoanalysis—Discussion  607
Anna Freud
Transference and Countertransference: A Historical Survey  621
Douglass W. Orr, M.D.
The Role of Transference—Practical Considerations in Relation to Psychoanalytic Therapy  671
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
Some Quantitative Aspects of Psychoanalytic Technique  685
Franz Alexander, M.D.
The Importance of Flexibility in Psychoanalytic Technique  702
Edith Weigert, M.D.
Psychoanalytic and General Dynamic Conceptions of Theory and of Therapy—Differences and Similarities  711
Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy  722
Franz Alexander, M.D.
Similarities and Differences Between Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychotherapy  734
Leo Rangell, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and the Dynamic Psychotherapies  745
Edward Bibring, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Exploratory Psychotherapy  771
Merton M. Gill, M.D.
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