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List of Articles


Volume 13 (1987)

Issue 1
Martha Harris (1920-1986)  1
Margaret Rustin
Failure of the Holding Relationship: Some Effects of Physical Rejection on the Child's Attachment and on His Inner Experience  5
Juliet Hopkins
Three Years of Infant Observation with Mrs. Bick  19
Jeanne Magagna
Idealization and Contempt: Dual Aspects of the Process of Devaluation of the Breast in a Feeding Relationship  41
Lynda Miller
Dangerous Building Keep Out: An Account of a Psychotic Girl's Psychotherapy  57
Adrian Sutton
Internal Conflict and Growth in a Child Preparing to Start School  77
Denis Flynn
Explorations with Families  93
Beta Copley
Incest in Psychic Reality  109
Caroline Gluckman
Frances Tustin: Autistic Barriers in Neurotic Patients. Published by Karnac Books & Yale University Press, 1986. Paperback, £9.95.  125
Sheila Spensley
Neville Symington: The Analytic Experience: Lectures from the Tavistock. Published by Free Association Books, 1986. Hardback, £22.50 Paperback, £8.95.  129
Isca Wittenberg
Lydia A.H. Smith; To Understand and to Help: The Life and works of Susan Isaacs (1885-1948). Published by Associated University Presses, 1985. Hardback £27.95.  132
Rolene Szur
Phyllis Grosskurth: Melanie Klein. Published by Hodder & Stoughton, 1986 Hardback £19.95, Paperback £11.95.  137
Paul Barrows
Jean Liedloff: The Continuum Concept. Published by Penguin Books Ltd., 1986. Paperback, £3.50.  139
Frances Salo
Issue 2
On Aesthetic Reciprocity  3
Donald Meltzer
The Analysis of a Well-Endowed Boy from an Emotionally Impoverished Environment  15
Frances Salo
Asymbolic and Symbolic Play: Developmental Perspectives in the Treatment of Disturbed Children  33
Monica Lanyado
Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Cases of Impaired Mother/Infant Relationships  45
Stella Acquarone
Saying “No” to Psychotherapy: Consultation and Assessment in a Case of Sexual Abuse  65
Susan Dyke
Working with other Professionals in an In-Patient Setting  81
Deborah Bandler
Searching for a Lost One: The Plight of the Family of the Autistic Child  91
Maurice Whelan and Willis Hudson
Reviews  109
 
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