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List of Articles


Volume 18 (2009)

Issue 1
Guest Editorial
Psychoanalysis and Forensics — Identifications with the Oppressor and with the Oppressed  1
Klaus Hoffmann
Original Articles
The Use of Psychoanalytic Knowledge during the Implementation of Penal Measures  3
Klaus Hoffmann
Conceptualization of Hostile Psychopathy and Sadism: Drive Theory and Object Relations Perspectives  11
Samuel Juni, Ph.D.
Disturbances of “Groupishness”? Structural Violence, Refusal and the Therapeutic Community Response to Severe Personality Disorder  23
John Adlam, B.A, Cantab and Christopher Scanlon, MSc, MInstGA
The Psychodynamics of Forensic Mental Health Nursing  30
Anne Aiyegbusi
Hiding and Being Lost: The Experience of Female Patients and Staff On a Mixed Sex Secure Ward  37
Anna Motz
Fatal Violence — from Trauma to Offence: A Case Study in Forensic Psychotherapy and Trauma Therapy with a Migrant Patient  42
Tilman Kluttig, Michael Odenwald, Ph.D., Dipl., Psych and Werner Hartmann
Gender Constructions from a Project On Sex Offenders  50
Michael B. Buchholz, Franziska Lamott and Kathrin Mortl
Books Received
Black, D. M., ed. Psychoanalysis and religion in the 21st century. Competitors or collaborators? New York: Routledge, 2006. 278 pp.  60
 
Issue 2
Editorial
Bion, Rangell, and Haynal: A Pioneer and Two Protagonists of Contemporary Psychoanalysis — A Selection of Papers of the Bion 2008 Conference and Two Interviews  65
Marco Conci and Franco Borgogno
Original Articles
Breakthrough  71
Fernando Riolo
Reflections on Catastrophic Change  77
Howard B. Levine, M.D.
From “Disciplined Subjectivity” to “Taming Wild Thoughts”: Bion's Elaboration of the Analysing Instrument  82
Lawrence J. Brown, Ph.D.
Alpha-Transformation, Mental Void, and Edition  86
Jaime M. Lutenberg
Bion and Sullivan: An Enlightening Comparison  90
Marco Conci, M.D.
Experiencing the Shadow of the Future  100
Rudi Vermote
The Role of Action in a Creative Theory of Personality  104
Paola Camassa
Interview of Dr Leo Rangell by Dr Beth Kalish-Weiss Los Angeles, California, July, 2008  107
Beth Kalish-Weiss and Leo Rangell
Inner Freedom and Independence: An Interview with André Haynal  117
Jan Stensson, Fil, Lic
Book Reviews
Ferro, A. Mind works. Technique and creativity in psychoanalysis. London: Routledge, (2009).Original Italian edition: Tecnica e creativita. Il lavoro psicoana-litico. Milano: Cortina, 2006.  124
Marco Conci
Kächele, H., Schachter, J., & Thomä, H., and the Ulmer Process Research Study Group. From psychoanalytic narrative to empirical single case research. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2009.  128
Axel Triebel
Congress Announcement
Conferenczi09 Buenos Aires 2009: 6th International Sandor Ferenczi Conference ‘Introjection, Transference and the Analyst in the Contemporary World’  130
 
Issue 3
Editorial
The Exclusion of Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from the Publicly Financed Medical Health Sector in Sweden  131
Christer Sjödin
Original Articles
Dramatology in Life, Disorder, and Psychoanalytic Therapy: A Further Contribution to Interpersonal Psychoanalysis  135
Zvi Lothane, M.D.
Interpretive Acting-Out: Unavoidable and Sometimes Useful  149
Robert Waska, Ph.D., MFT, FIPA
Sarah and the Camps: Case History, Metapsychology and Countertransference  158
Luiz Eduardo Prado De Oliveira
Following Old Paths to New Places — Thirdness, Mentalization, and the Search for a Transformational Meeting  168
Per-Einar Binder, Ph.D.
Countertransference and Changes in the Conception of the Psychoanalytic Relationship  177
Anders Zachrisson, Fil, Lic
Meeting Venus: A Film about Passion, and the Outsider  189
Gertrude Schwartzman
Issue 4
Editorial
Psychoanalysis and Globalisation  195
Michael Ermann
Psychic Structure and Identity in a Globalising World  196
Cláudio Laks Eizirik, M.D., Ph.D.
Commentary
Psychoanalysis Meeting the Challenges of Globalisation: Commentary on Cláudio Laks Eizirik's Paper  202
Michael Ermann
Original Articles
Large-Group Identity, International Relations and Psychoanalysis  206
Vamik D. Volkan, M.D., DLFAPA, FACPsa
Fascination, Alienation and Fear of Contact: Ethnopsychoanalytic Considerations on Large-Group Identity  214
Alf Gerlach, M.D.
Oedipus in China: Can We Export Psychoanalysis?  219
Anne-Marie Schlösser
Children of Nazi Germany 60 Years on: Panel at the International Psychoanalytical Congress, Berlin, 26 July 2007  225
Michael Ermann, Diana Pflichthofer and Harald Kamm
Transference and the Psychoanalytic Encounter  237
Helmut Thomä
Michael Ermann Interviews Carola Mann  250
Michael Ermann
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