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List of Articles


Volume 12 (1976)

A Holographic Model of Psychoanalytic Change  1
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
Psychotherapy as a Unique and Unambiguous Event  21
I. H. Paul, Ph.D.
Focus Vs. Direction and the Problem of Inquiry: A Reply to I. H. Paul  57
Erwin Singer, Ph.D.
Myth or Illness: On the Function of Consensus  61
Harley C. Shands, M.D.
Discussion  75
William J. Richardson, Ph.D.
The Function of Consensus  81
W. W. Meissner, S.J.
Identity and Difference  89
Eugen Bar, Ph.D.
Psychodynamics and Sexual Object Choice  94
Richard C. Friedman, M.D.
On Confidentiality  109
Ralph Slovenko
Psychoanalyst, Artist and Critic  140
H. N. Levitt, Ph.D.
Psychology and Politics  144
Paul Roazen
The Practice of Multiple Analyses in Analytical Psychology  159
Thomas B. Kirsch, M.D.
Discussion  167
Michael Fordham, M.D.
Ego Pathology: Diagnostic and Treatment Implications  173
Peter L. Giovacchini, M.D.
A Presupposition of How I Work—The Distinction Between Psychology and Metapsychology in the Transformation of Hypnosis Into Psychoanalysis  186
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
Fragmentation as a Defense in Large Groups  203
Rafael R. Springmann, M.D.
Aggression and Mysticism  214
Peter Hartocollis, M.D.
The Group Matrix of Individual Therapy with Plains Indian People  227
James P. Gustafson, M.D.
Heiress to an Empty Throne—Ego-Ideal Problems of Contemporary Women  240
Lloyd Sederer, M.D. and Robert Seidenberg, M.D.
Sex-Role Identification and Success  251
Constance Katz, Ph.D. and Ruth B. Shapiro, Ph.D.
Defining Psychotherapy  258
Lawrence Friedman, M.D.
The Ordeal of Overgeneralization  270
Herbert J. Schulman, M.D.
On Patient's Sleep During the Psychoanalytic Session  277
Richard P. Alexander, M.D.
Discussion  292
John L. Schimel, M.D.
Reply to Dr. Schimel's Discussion  295
Richard P. Alexander, M.D.
Malinowski's Mirror:—Emily Dickinson as Narcissus  300
Harley C. Shands, M.D.
Problems in Terminating Psychoanalysis (A Symposium)—Termination is no End  335
Earl G. Witenberg, M.D.
The Aesthetics of Termination  338
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
On Termination  342
Alberta B. Szalita, M.D.
Group Discussions  347
Max Deutscher, Ph.D., Harriet Field, Ph.D., Shale Brownstein, Darlene Ehrenberg, Arthur Gottdiener, Amnon Issacharoff, Janet Jeppson, Marylou Lionells, Myer Mendelson, Johan Noordsij, William Richardson and Warren Wilner
Group Discussions  356
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D., Rita V. Franklel, Ph.D., Leah Davidson, Leonard Feinberg, Helene Kafka, Naomi Leiter, Paul Lippmann and Carola Mann
Group Discussions  359
Alberta Szalita, M.D., Anna Antonovsky, Thomas Beckett, Arthur Feiner, Myron Gershberg, Louis Gilbert, Gilead Nachmani, Edna Ortof, Frances Pizitz, Harvry Rosenblatt, David Schecter, Nathan Stockhamer and Robert Shapiro
Summary and Conclusions  362
Allan Cooper, Ph.D.
Psychodynamics and Sexual Object Choice. I—A Reply to Dr. Richard C. Friedman's Paper  366
Irving Bieber, M.D.
Psychodynamics and Sexual Object Choice. II—A Reply to Dr. Richard C. Friedman's Paper  370
Charles W. Socarides, M.D.
Psychodynamics and Sexual Object Choice. III—A Rereply to Drs. I. Bieber and C. W. Socarides  379
Richard C. Friedman, M.D.
The Continuing Professional Education Division of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and Psychology  386
 
Psychoanalytic Therapy with Schizophrenic Patients in a Private-Practice Context  387
Harold F. Searles, M.D.
Barriers to Knowing in Psychoanalysis  407
Amnon Issacharoff, M.D.
Dream-Narrative and Dream-Continuity  423
Donald Meltzer, M.D.
Masochism and Ego Identity in Borderline States  433
Ted Saretsky, Ph.D.
Cognitive and Interpersonal Considerations in Biofeedback  446
Edna Ortof, Ph.D.
Severe Regression in an Eight-And-One-Half Year Old Boy  455
Ildiko Mohacsy, M.D.
Discussion  477
Donald Meltzer, M.D.
The Transitional Object in Development and Psychoanalysis (A Symposium)—Inanimate Objects in Psychoanalysis and their Relation to Transitional Objects  479
Leah Davidson, M.D.
The "Intimate Edge" and the "Third Area"  489
Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, Ph.D.
The Theory of Transitional Phenomena and Cultural Symbols  496
Suzanne Hanchett, Ph.D. and Leslie Casale
Transitional Phenomena in the Treatment of Adolescents  507
Muriel R. Straetz, M.D.
Notes on Violence and the Intellectuals  514
Benjamin Brody, Ph.D.
Tumescences  522
Harley C. Shands, M.D.
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