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Volume 14 (1989)

Issue 1
Therapeutic Countertransference: Interventions with the Schizophrenic Patient  3
Hyman Spotnitz, M.D.
Psychosis of the Body, Cancer of the Mind: The Isomorphic Relation Between Cancer and Schizophrenia  21
Jane G. Goldberg, Ph.D.
Freud and his Mother  37
Deborah P. Margolis, M.A.
Object Relations in a Drive Theory Model  57
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
What Do Men Want?  75
Eugene Goldwater, M.D.
Revenge and Accommodation in the Family  89
William J. Kirman, Ph.D.
The Modern Psychoanalytic perspective on Maladaptive Family Ties  97
Lawrence Epstein, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
Freud: A Life for our Time. Peter Gay. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1988. 810 pp.  105
Deborah P. Margolis, M.A.
Models of the Mind. Arnold Rothstein, ed. Madison, Ct.: International Universities Press, 1985. 160 pp.  113
Ron Lieber
Anna Freud: A Biography. Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. New York; Summit Books, 1988. 527 pp.  116
Patricia J. Roberts
A Secure Base: Parent-Child Attachment and Healthy Human Development. John Bowlby. New york: Basic Books, 1988.  118
Richard Cheney
Book Briefs
Sigmund Freud's Christian Unconscious. Paul C. Citz. New York: The Guilford Press, 1988. 287 pp.  121
Genevieve Izinicki
Caring for The Alzheimer Patient: A Practical Guide. R.L. Dippel and J.T. Hutton. Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1988. 182 pp.  122
Joy Rich
Issue 2
Research in Modern Psychoanalysis  131
Benjamin D. Margolis, Ph.D.
How We Aim to be with Patients  145
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Problems of Insight in Psychoanalysis  163
Oscar Sternbach
Re-analysis After the Death of the Analyst: The Problem of Countertransference in Re-analysis  171
Gisela Tauber, J.D.
A Psychoalytic Perspective on the Opposing Forces in Human Development  183
Theodore Laquercia, Ph.D.
Unconscious Hatred of the Analyst and its Displacement to a Patient and Supervisor  197
Alana London
Book Reviews
The Transference-Countertransference Matrix: The Emotional-Cognitive Dialogue in Psychotherapy Psychoanalysis, and Supervision. Robert J. Marshall and Simone V Marshall. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988. 348 pp.  221
Benjamin D. Margolis, Ph.D. and Deborah P. Margolis
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Borderline Patients. Otto F. Kernberg, Michael A. Selzer, Harold W. Koenigsberg, Arthur C. Carr, and Ann H. Appelbaum. New York: Basic Books, 1989. 210 pp.  222
Mimi G. Crowell
The Clinical Diary of Ferenczi. ed. Judith Dupont and trans. Michael Balint and Nicholas Zaraday Jackson. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1988. 227 pp.  226
Ronald Okuaki Lieber
Women Who Kill. Ann Jones. New York: Random House, 1988.  230
Jane G. Goldberg
Book Briefs
A Safe Place: Laying the Groundwork of Psychotherapy. Leston Havens. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989. 162 pp.  235
June Bernstein
Freud Without Hindsight: Reviews of his Work (1893-1939). Norman Kiell. Madison, CT.:International Universities Press, 1988.  237
Estelle Borowitz
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