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List of Articles

Volume 20 (1984)

Unique Individuality Redeemed—Sullivan's Misinterpretation of Bridgman's Operationalism  1
Anthony T. Moore, Ph.D.
Discussion  33
Ralph M. Crowley, M.D.
Perils and Pitfalls of Free Floating Attention  37
Donald P. Spence, Ph.D.
Discussion  59
Amnon Issacharoff, M.D.
Discussion  64
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
A Proposed Revision of the Psychoanalytic Concept of Primitive Mental States, Part II—The Borderline Syndrome-Section 2 the Phenomenology of the Borderline Syndrome2  77
James S. Grotstein, M.D.
Group Dream Work and Healing  120
Montague Ullman, M.D.
A Proposal to Enlarge the Individual Model of Psychoanalytic Supervision  131
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
Response to Dr. Wolstein  146
WAWI Council-of-Fellows
Reply  148
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
Notes on Sullivan's One-Genus Postulate—Sullivan and Others  156
Ralph M. Crowley, M.D.
One-Genus  161
Joseph G. Kepecs, M.D.
Errata  165
William Alanson White Institute Fortieth Anniversary Symposium—Psychoanalytic Controversies and the Interpersonal Tradition  169
Earl G. Witenberg, M.D.
Harry Stack Sullivan—The Web and the Spider  174
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
Discussion  189
Merton M. Gill, M.D.
Discussion  196
Myer D. Mendelson, M.D.
The Interpersonal Perspective of the American School  204
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
Reply  224
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
Sartre and Psychoanalysis—Introduction  228
Murray Krim, Ph.D.
Sartre and Psychoanalysis—What We can Learn from a Lover's Quarrel  230
Jarl E. Dyrud, M.D.
Freud, Sartre and Sullivan: Three Great Minds in Search of a Psychoanalytic Construct  244
Gerard Chrzanowski, M.D.
Lover's Quarrel or Incompatibility?  252
Lawrence Friedman, M.D.
The Problem of the will  257
Stephen Mitchell, Ph.D.
A Proposed Revision of the Psychoanalytic Concept of Primitive Mental States, Part II—The Borderline Syndrome-Section 3 Disorders of Autistic Safety and Symbiotic Relatedness  266
James S. Grotstein, M.D.
The Interpersonal Tradition and its Development:—Some Implications for Training  344
Roberta Held-Weiss, Ph.D.
Reflections on Kohut and Sullivan  363
Ruth R. Imber, Ph.D.
Explorations in the Uses of Language in Psychotherapy:—Counterintrojective Statements (Performatives)  385
Leston Havens, M.D.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Pathological Mourning  400
Michael Gorkin, Ph.D.
Piaget and Psychoanalysis, II:—The Problem of Working Through  421
Anita Tenzer, Ph.D.
Primitive Mental States (A Symposium)—Introduction  437
Amnon Issacharoff, M.D.
Getting Into Oneself and out of One's Self: On Schizoid Processes  439
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Hesitation, Perplexity, and Annoyance at Opportunity  448
Gilead Nachmani, Ph.D.
Primitive Mental States in Clinical Psychoanalysis  458
W. Clifford M. Scott, M.D.
The Psychology of Stuttering: The Insights of I. Peter Glauber  464
Winslow R. Hunt, M.D.
Comments and Criticisms  471
Myer D. Mendelson, M.D.
Errata  471
Object Relations Theories and the Developmental Tilt  473
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Instinct, Phantasy, and Psychological Deep Structure—A Reinterpretation of Aspects of the Work of Melanie Klein  500
Thomas H. Ogden, M.D.
The Motif of Sacrifice and the Sacrifice Complex  526
Jeffry J. Andresen, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Engagement, II—Affective Considerations  560
Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, Ph.D.
Discussion  583
Louis Breger, Ph.D.
Discussion  589
Donald P. Spence, Ph.D.
Reply  595
Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg, Ph.D.
On the Occurrence of the Isakower Phenomenon in a Schizoid Disorder  600
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Aggression in Clinical Psychoanalysis (A Symposium)—Introduction  625
Dale H. Ortmeyer, Ph.D.
An Interpersonal View  626
Dale H. Ortmeyer, Ph.D.
Aggression as a Hysterical Mechanism  633
Marylou Lionells, Ph.D.
Aggression in the Psychoanalytic Situation: An Intersubjective Viewpoint  643
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
An Interpersonal-Object Relations Perspective on Working with Destructive Aggression  651
Lawrence Epstein, Ph.D.
Transitive Vitalization and its Impact on Father-Representation  663
Richard N. Atkins, M.D.
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