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List of Articles


Volume 8 (1960)

Sleep, Time, and the Early Ego—Comments on the Development of the 24-Hour Sleep-Wakefulness Patterns as a Precursor of Ego Functioning  5
Sanford Gifford, M.D.
The Face-Breast Equation  43
Renato J. Almansi, M.D.
On Scierneuropsia—A Previously Unnamed Psychogenic Visual Disturbance  71
Peter A. Martin, M.D.
Percept as a Screen: Economic and Structural Aspects  82
Norman Reider, M.D.
Further Observations on Primary Modes of Perception—The Use of a Masking Technique for Subliminal Visual Stimulation  100
Stanley M. Friedman, Ph.D. and Charles Fisher, Ph.D.
Relationship Between Therapy of Children and Superego Development  130
Irving Kaufman, M.D.
Panel Reports—Criteria for Analyzability  141
Samuel A. Guttman, M.D.
Psychosomatic Diseases in Children and Adolescents  152
Bertram J. Gosliner, M.D.
The Psychology of Imagination  159
Heinz Kohut, M.D.
The Teaching of Psychoanalytic Technique  167
Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.
On Some Uses of Psychoanalysis  175
Sidney Axelrad
Book Notices  218
 
Some Aspects of the Role of Imagination in the Analytic Process  229
Victor H. Rosen, M.D.
The Psychoanalytic Psychology of Imagination  252
David Beres, M.D.
A Clinical Note on a Dream Followed by Elation  270
Irving B. Harrison, M.D.
The Development of a Fetishistic Perversion—The Contribution of Preoedipal Phase Conflict  281
Charles W. Socarides, M.D.
Congenital Versus Environmental: An Unconscious Meaning  312
Burness E. Moore, M.D.
The Influence of Psychosomatic Research on the Psychoanalytic Process  317
Lawrence J. Roose, M.D.
The American Psychoanalytic Association 1960  389
Bernard Bandler, M.D.
On Scientific Creativity  407
Peter L. Giovacchini, M.D.
One Aspect of the Structure of Music—A Study of Regressive Transformations of Musical Themes  427
Stanley M. Friedman, Ph.D.
Rivalry with the Product—A Specific Type of Inhibition in Creative Activity  450
Nathaniel Ross, M.D.
Self-Rocking in Infancy  464
Sylvia Brody, Ph.D.
Schreber's Father  492
William G. Niederland, M.D.
A Historical Survey on the Teaching of Psychoanalytic Technique  500
Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.
Panel Reports—The Role of the Dream in Child Analysis  517
Gaston E. Blom, M.D.
Psychoanalysis and Ethology  526
Mortimer Ostow, M.D.
An Examination of Nosology According to Psychoanalytic Concepts  535
Nathaniel Ross, M.D.
Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Overt Male Homosexuality  552
Charles W. Socarides, M.D.
Beyond the Bounds of the Basic Rule—Some Recent Contributions to Applied Psychoanalysis  567
Heinz Kohut, M.D.
Book Notices  587
 
An Epigenetic Approach to the Psychoanalytic Theory of Instincts and Affects  613
Louis Kaywin, M.D.
The Psychophysiological Basis for Two Kinds of Instincts—Implications for Psychoanalytic Theory  659
John C. Lilly, M.D.
Some Ethological Studies of Social Relationships and Conflict Situations  671
I. Charles Kaufman, M.D.
On the Question of Primary Object Need—Ethological and Psychoanalytic Considerations  686
Hilda S. Rollman-Branch, M.D.
Regression and Fixation—Considerations Concerning the Development of the Ego  703
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
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