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List of Articles

Volume 1 (1973)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Silvano Arieti
Science, Psychodynamic Reality and Autistic Thinking  3
Harry Guntrip
Developmental Aspects of Psychological Disturbances  23
Kenneth Keniston
On Behavior Therapy: A Critique  39
Irving Bieber
Gender Identity and Sexual Psychopathology in Men: A Psychodynamic Analysis of Homosexuality, Transsexualism, and Transvestism  53
Lionel Ovesey and Ethel Person
Encounter: The Concept and its Vulgarization  73
Viktor E. Frankl
Institutional Transference: Theoretical and Practical Considerations in Psychoses  85
Samuel L. Safirstein
New Horizons for Psychotherapy: R. R. Holt, International Universities Press, New York, 1971. 418 pp. $15.00  99
Ralph M. Crowley
Obituary: Dr. Sandor Rado  101
Leon Salzman
Issue 2
Psycho-Politics and International Psychoanalysis  107
Coordinator Gerard Chrzanowski
Depersonalization as a Manifestation of Evolving Health  109
Walter Bonime
Unfolding of Identifications: Repetition and Change in Identity Formation  125
Esther Greenbaum
Perceptual Misinterpretation and Distortion of Social Reality in Schizophrenia  145
Charles E. Orbach
Parents of Schizophrenic Children  171
Martin Symonds
Gray Areas Between the Schizophrenias and the Depressions  179
Rose Spiegel
Chronic Analysts and Chronic Patients: The Therapist's Person as Instrument  193
Harold Kelman
The Will to be Human: Silvano Arieti, Quadrangle Books, Inc., New York, 1972. $8.95  209
Edward R. Clemmens
Family Therapy: A Triadic Approach: Gerald H. Zuk, Behavioral Publications, Inc. New York, 1971.  213
Fred M. Sander
Issue 3
Editorial  217
Morton B. Cantor
The Changing Concept of the Irrational and its Effect on Therapeutic Technique  219
Marianne Horney Eckardt
The Rational Id and the Irrational Ego  231
Gerard Chrzanowski
The Irrational in the Psychotherapy of Psychosis  243
Gaetano Benedetti
Depression Following Psychotic Episodes: A Response to the Challenge of Change?  253
Jean B. Miller and Stephen M. Sonnenberg
The Dilemma and the Challenge of Being Schizophrenic  271
David Shainberg
Problems and Methods in Psychoanalytic Research  289
Norman Tabachnick
Psychobiological Aspects of “Spontaneous” Regressions of Cancer  303
Gotthard Booth
Personal Psychopathology: Early Formulations: Harry Stack Sullivan (with an Introduction by Helen Swick Perry), W. W. Norton and Company, Inc., 1972, 390 pp., $12.50  319
John L. Schimel
The Fallacy of Understanding: An Inquiry into the Changing Structure of Psychoanalysis: Edgar A. Levenson, Basic Books, New York, 1972. $7.95  322
David Shainberg
Issue 4
Editorial  329
Irving Bieber
Schizophrenic Art and Its Relationship to Modern Art  333
Silvano Arieti
The Role of the Other in Some Forms of Psychopathology  367
Jules R. Bemporad
On Ideology and The Psychodynamics of The Ideologue  381
Joseph Barnett
Gender Role, Gender Identity, Core Gender Identity: Usage and Definition of Terms  397
John Money
Esoteric Identification Processes in Adolescence and Beyond  403
John L. Schimel
Hamlet's Character: The Question of Literary Analysis  417
Duilio T. Pedrini and Lura Nancy Gregory
Bio-Communication in Dreams  429
Montague Ullman
Interpersonal Explorations in Psychoanalysis: Earl G. Witenberg, Ed., Basic Books, 1973, 365 pp., $12.50  447
Leon Salzman
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