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List of Articles

Volume 1 (1964, 1965)

Issue 1
Schizophrenia and the Psychotherapeutic Field  1
Otto Allen Will, Jr., M.D.
Panel Discussion: The Psychoanalyst's Motivation to Help  30
Rose Spiegel, M.D., Ralph Crowley, M.D., Rollo May, Ph.D. and Alberta Szalita, M.D.
The Rise of Creativity: From Primary to Tertiary Process  51
Silvano Arieti, M.D.
Humanism and Psychoanalysis  69
Erich Fromm, Ph.D.
Clara Thompson: A Biographical Note  80
Maurice R. Green, M.D.
News and Notes  83
Ruth Ann Turkel, M.D.
Issue 2
On Courage  85
Robert Coles, M.D.
Love and Games  99
John L. Schimel, M.D.
The Schizophrenic Patient, the Psychotherapist and the Consultant  110
Otto Allen Will, Jr., M.D.
Notes on Freud's Personality and Style of Thought  136
Ernest G. Schactel
Notes on Freud's Personality and Style of Thought  149
Murray Krim, Ph.D.
Literary Criticism and Psychoanalysis  151
Leon Edel
News and Notes  164
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