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Volume 30 (2002)

Issue 1
Frontline: Toward a New Name, Toward a New Mission  1
Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.
Evidence-Based Psychotherapeutics: Presidential Address to the American Academy of Psychoanalysis on May 6, 2001, New Orleans, Louisiana  3
Sheila Hafter Gray
The Object and the Dream: Mark Rothko  17
Ronald Turco
Gender Differences in Defensive Style  35
Clarissa W. Bullitt, Ph.D. and Barry A. Farber
On the Asclepian Spirit and the Future of Psychoanalysis  53
Clay C. Whitehead
From Victim to Heroine: Children's Stories Revisited Presented at the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, Annual Meeting, May 6, 2001.  71
Ann Ruth Turkel
Psychoanalytic Peregrinations I: Transference and Transference Neurosis Revisited  83
Richard D. Chessick
Daniel Deronda and Gwendolen Harleth: A Therapeutic Relationship?  99
Bernard J. Paris
Commentary on “Daniel Deronda and Gwendolen Harleth: A Therapeutic Relationship?” by Bernard J. Paris  123
Carl T. Rotenberg
Professor Paris Replies  132
 
A Streetcar Named Desire: Psychoanalytic Perspectives Presented at the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, New Orleans, May 2001.  135
Joseph R. Silvio
Commentary on “A Streetcar Named Desire: Psychoanalytic Perspectives” by Joseph Silvio  145
Marianne Eckardt
Dr. Silvio Replies  147
 
Book Reviews
Empirical Perspectives on the Psychoanalytic Unconscious: Edited by Robert F. Bornstein and Joseph M. Masling, American Psychological Press, Washington, DC, 1998, 289 pp  149
Mariam Cohen, M.D., Psy.D.
Empirical Studies of the Therapeutic Hour: Edited by Robert F. Bornstein and Joseph M. Masling, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 1998, 321 pp. $49.95.  152
L. Arnold Wyse, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Clinical Practice: Richard Chessick, M.D., Ph.D., Free Association Books, London, New York, 2000, 53 pp., $30.00.  157
Marianne Horney Eckardt, M.D.
Foundations of Morality: George Frankl, Open Gate Press, London, 2000, p. 195  160
Paul Chodoff, M.D.
Objects of Hope: Exploring the Possibility and Limit in Psychoanalysis: Steven H. Cooper, The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ, 2000, 252 pp. $49.95.  162
Harold Bronheim, M.D.
Issue 2
Frontline: Writing Psychoanalytic Case Reports: Safeguarding Privacy While Preserving Integrity  165
César A. Alfonso
Mortal Gifts: A Two-Part Essay on the Therapist's Mortality Part I: Untimely Loss  173
Ellen Pinsky
Commentary on “Mortal Gifts: A Two-Part Essay on the Therapist's Mortality” by Ellen Pinsky  205
Ann-Louise S. Silver
Commentary on “Mortal Gifts: A Two-Part Essay on the Therapist's Mortality” by Ellen Pinsky  209
Mariam Cohen
Behind, Beneath, Above, and Beyond: The Historical Unconscious  211
Timothy J. Zeddies, Ph.D.
Commentary on “Behind, Beneath, Above, and Beyond: The Historical Unconscious,” by Timothy J. Zeddies  231
Stanley R. Palombo
Commentary on “Behind, Beneath, Above, and Beyond: The Historical Unconscious,” by Timothy J. Zeddies  233
Althea J. Horner
Historicity, Humility, and the Analytic Exercise Reply to Commentaries by Drs. Palombo and Horner  235
Timothy J. Zeddies
Primal Scene Derivatives in the Work of Yukio Mishima: The Primal Scene Fantasy  241
Ronald N. Turco
Afterword to Krazy: George Herriman's Krazy Kat Cartoon and its Appeal to E. E. Cummings  249
David V. Forrest
Psychoanalytic Peregrinations II: Psychoanalysis as Science and Art  259
Richard D. Chessick
Revisiting Fromm's Passions as Presaging Contemporary Views of Affect and Dissociation  277
Valentina Harrell
Heroin Addiction: The Needle as Transitional Object  293
Julie Miller
News From the Field  305
Matthew Tolchin, M.D. and Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.
Book Reviews
Psychoanalytic Monographs No. 3, Psychoanalysis and Developmental Therapy: edited by Anna Hurry, International Universities Press, Madison, CT, 1999, (First Published in 1998 by H. Karnac [Books] Ltd., London, England).  311
Ildiko Mohacsy, M.D.
Who is the Dreamer Who Dreams the Dream?: A Study of Psychic Presences: James S. Grotstein, M.D., The Analytic Press, Hillsdale, NJ, 2000, 336 pp., $57.50.  315
Myron L. Glucksman, M.D.
Emotional Illness and Creativity, A Psychoanalytic and Phenomenologic Study: Richard D. Chessick, M.D., Ph.D., International Universities Press, Madison, CT, 1999.  317
Norman Tabachnick, M.D.
Issue 3
Frontline: Is There Life After Psychoanalysis? On Retirement From Clinical Practice  325
Althea J. Horner
The Mortal Stage of Late Life  329
David V. Forrest and Lucien J. Côté
Jihad, McWorld and Enactment in the Postmodern Mental Health World  341
Eric M. Plakun
Commentary on “Jihad, McWorld and Enactment in the Postmodern Mental Health World” by Eric M. Plakun  355
James C. Bozzuto
Commentary on “Jihad, McWorld and Enactment in the Postmodern Mental Health World” by Eric M. Plakun  357
Alan Kagan
Psychoanalytic Peregrinations III: Confusion of Tongues, Psychoanalyst as Translator  361
Richard D. Chessick
Convergence: Maturation and Integration in the Course of a Religious Conversion  383
Mariam Cohen
Facing Sexual Violence in a Rape Emergency Room: Identification, Projective Identification, and the Myth of Nemesis  401
Alvise Orlandini
Women with PTSD: The Psychodynamic Aspects of Psychopharmacologic and “Hands-On” Psychiatric Management  415
Sharon Sageman
Bion's Grid: A Tool for Transformation  429
Marilyn Charles
Commentary on “Bion's Grid: A Tool for Transformation” by Marilyn Charles  447
James S. Grotstein
Therapists' Relationships with their Patients in the Intake Interview: An Empirical Comparison of Psychodynamically and Cognitive-Behaviorally Oriented Psychotherapists  451
Heinz Weiß, Hermann Lang, Hermann Faller and Rudolph F. Wagner
Not the Same by Any Other Name  463
Shahid Insaf
Psychoanalysis and Visual Art: A Female Painter and Her Dilemma  475
Ruth Lijtmaer
The Experience of Borderline Phenomena through Cinema: Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, and Pulp Fiction  489
Donald R. Ross and Marcus Favero
Book Reviews
Why Psychoanalysis? Elizabeth Roudinesco, Columbia University Press, New York, 2001, 181 pp., $22.50.  509
Marianne Eckardt, M.D.
Homosexuality and the Mental Health Professions: The Impact of Bias: The Committee on Human Sexuality: The Group For the Advancement of Psychiatry, The Analytic Press, Inc., Hilisdale, NJ, 2000, 132 pp., $29.95.  511
Daniel Bauman, M.D.
Issue 4
Frontline: Psychoanalysis in the Closet or a New Beginning?  515
Ronald N. Turco
Disasters, Psychiatry, and Psychodynamics  519
Craig L. Katz and Roger Nathaniel
Terrorism, Our World and Our Way of Life: Adapted from a Plenary Presentation to the American Academy of Psychoanalysis at the Annual Meeting, May 18, 2002, Philadelphia  531
Emmanuel G. Cassimatis
Walter Bonime: 1904–2001  545
Silvia W. Olarte, M.D.
Walter Bonime's Legacy: Principal Contributions  547
Marianne Horney Eckardt
A Clinical Focus on Feeling in Dreams  557
Walter Bonime
Dreams and Creativity: Collaborative Psychoanalytic Work  573
César A. Alfonso, M.D. and Augusta Wellington
A Royal Road from Homelessness: The Clinical Use of Dreams  583
Joseph P. Merlino
Interpersonal Psychoanalysis' Radical Façade  595
Irwin Hirsch
“Speak to Me as to Thy Thinkings” Commentary on “Interpersonal Psychoanalysis' Radical Façade” by Irwin Hirsch  605
Philip M. Bromberg
An illustration of the Irreducible Subjectivity in Interpreting Data—Clinical or Written: A Reply to Philip Bromberg  621
Irwin Hirsch
A Lacanian Explanation of Karon's and Villemoes's Successful Psychodynamic Approaches to Schizophrenia  633
Wilfried Ver Eecke
Ego-Structuring Psychotherapy  645
Palle Villemoes
The Biology of Dream Formation: A Review and Critique  657
Milton Kramer
Psychoanalytic Peregrinations IV: What is Phenomenology?  673
Richard D. Chessick
Commonalities Between the Isaac and Oedipus Myths: A Speculation  691
Max Sugar
Isaac Versus Oedipus: An Alternative View  707
Kalman J. Kaplan
News From the Field
News From the Field: Reports of Scientific Meetings on Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry  719
Matthew Tolchin, M.D.
Correspondence
To the Editor  737
Julie Cohen, B.A
Dr. Plakun responds  738
 
Book Reviews
Why Do Women Love Men and Not Their Mothers? Marie-Christine Hamon, translated by Susan Fairfield, Other Press, New York, 2000, 251 pp. $22.00.  739
Joseph P. Merlino, M.D., M.P.A. and Helen E. Ullrich, M.D., Ph.D.
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