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Volume 30 (1994)

The Uses of Disorder—Chaos Theory and Psychoanalysis  5
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
Combining Supervision with Empowered Psychotherapy  25
Robert Langs, M.D.
"She Wuz Framed"  48
Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D.
Comments on Contradictions in the Supervisory Process  57
Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D.
Supervision in Training Institutes  75
Robert Langs, M.D.
A Pathology of Privacy—Towards a New Theoretical Approach to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder  83
Russell Meares, M.D.
The Self Too Seen  101
Harold N. Boris
The Uniquely Interpersonal and the Interpersonally Unique—On Interpersonal Psychoanalysis  114
John Fiscalini, Ph.D.
The Evolution of Object Usage and the Holding Environment  135
Joyce A. Slochower, Ph.D.
On Therapy with Asian Patients  152
Jenai Wu, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis at the Boundary of Self and Other  169
Ian S. Miller, Ph.D.
Comments and Criticisms  182
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
Errata  191
Primary Process Meaning Analysis  201
Theo L. Dorpat, M.D. and Michael L. Miller, Ph.D.
An Announcement  212
Expressions of Countertransference and the Curative Process  213
Paul G. Myerson, M.D.
The Analyst's Task—To Help the Patient Carry out his Plan  236
Joseph Weiss, M.D.
Conceptions of Structure in Interpersonal Psychoanalysis—A Reading of the Literature  255
Donnel B. Stern
About Time  301
Harold N. Boris
The Theme of the Double and Creativity in Vincent Van Gogh  323
W. W. Meissner, S.J.
On Adhesive Pseudo-Object Relations—Part I: Theory  348
Judith L. Mitrani, Ph.D.
Soliciting Dreams in Child Psychotherapy—The Influence of the Therapist's Interest  367
Daniel Gensler, Ph.D.
An Alternative to Dream Interpretation with Children  384
Stanley Spiegel, Ph.D.
Comments and Criticisms  396
Donald Holden
Comments and Criticisms  397
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Comments and Criticisms  400
Herbert Zucker, Ph.D.
The Humanistic Ethics of Erich Fromm (A Symposium)—Foreword  413
Alan Grey, Ph.D.
Excerpt from "Man for Himself"—From Chapter III: Human Nature & Character  415
Erich Fromm
Reflections on our Heritage from Erich Fromm  419
Rose Spiegel, M.D.
Worldview as Cultural Parataxis  424
Elizabeth Hegeman, Ph.D.
Erich Fromm on Psychoanalysis and Ethics  442
Stanley A. Leavy, M.D.
Ideology as a False Answer to Man's Existential and Historical Dichotomies  445
Olga Marlin, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Ethics: Beyond the Pleasure Principle  453
W. W. Meissner, S.J.
The Evolving Newness of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis—From the Vantage Point of Immediate Experience  473
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
The Patient's Dreams of the Analyst  500
Graham Kavanagh, Ph.D.
The Clinical Use of the Analyst's Dreams of the Patient  510
Robert I. Watson, Jr., Ph.D.
Freud's Legacy—The Laying on of Words  522
Leo Kovar, M.D.
Projective Identification and Countertransference (Panel Presentation)—Introduction: Bridging the Gap  575
Ira Moses, Ph.D.
Projective Identification and Countertransference: A Brief Commentary on their Relationship  578
James S. Grotstein, M.D.
Transference and Projective Identification  593
Amnon Issacharoff, M.D. and Winslow Hunt, M.D.
Projective Identification: Affective Aspects  604
Pasqual J. Pantone, Ph.D.
Projective Identification, Countertransference, and the "Maybe-Me"  619
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Selective Introjection: Some Final Questions for the Panel  631
Ira Moses, Ph.D.
Lack of a Common Language—Deaf Adolescents and Hearing Parents  634
Susan Kolod, Ph.D.
First, Do no Harm—Notes on Relevance and Self-Definition  661
Arthur H. Feiner, Ph.D.
Beyond Countertransference—Aspects of the Analyst's Desire  691
Edgar A. Levenson, M.D.
Projective Identification Reappraised—Part I: Projective Identification, Introjective Identification, the Transference/countertransference Neurosis/psychosis, and their Consummate Expression in the Crucifixion, the Pieta, and "Therapeutic Exorcism"  708
James S. Grotstein, M.D.
Narcissism and Coparticipant Inquiry Explorations in Contemporary Interpersonal Psychoanalysis  747
John Fiscalini, Ph.D.
Dissociation and the Interpersonal Self  777
Irwin Hirsch, Ph.D.
Confronting Sullivan's Spider—Hermeneutics and the Politics of Therapy,  800
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Freud and the Interpretation of the Wolf-Man Dream—A Dog Story?  845
Arthur Jacobs, M.D.
Interpersonal and Jungian Dream Interpretation  855
Robert Gaines, Ph.D.
A Rhetorical Voice in the Psychoanalytic Wilderness  868
Benjamin Wolstein, Ph.D.
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