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Volume 21 (1996)

Issue 1
The Question of Drives
The Place of Motivation in Psychoanalysis  3
Nigel Mackay, D.Phil.
On Cause, Teleology and the Question of Drive Versus Wish: A Comment on Nigel Mackay's Refutation of Purposive Explanations  19
Siamak Movahedi, Ph.D.
A Reply to Mackay  31
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
More on Cause, Teleology and Drive: A Reply to Phyllis Meadow and Siamak Movahedi on “The place of motivation in psychoanalysis”  39
Nigel Mackay, D. Phil.
A Conversation: Dr. Mackay and Dr. Meadow with the Modern Psychoanalytic Community: CMPS Faculty and Candidates  47
 
Science or Hermeneutics? Psychoanalysis in Search of Self-Definition  61
John W. Irwin, M.A.
Countertransference in Three Cases of Headache  91
Evelyn J. Liegner, Ph.D.
Optimal Frustration in the Resolution of Schizoid Resistances  99
John S. Duryee, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
The New Informants: The Betrayal of Confidentiality in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Christopher Bollas and David Sundelson. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1995. 215 pp.  113
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Freud and His Mother: Preoedipal Aspects of Freud's Personality Deborah P. Margolis. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1996. 208 pp.  115
Robert J. Marshall
Treatment of the Narcissistic Neuroses. Hyman Spotnitz and Phyllis Meadow. Revised edition. Phyllis Meadow, ed. Northvale NJ: Jason Aronson, 1995. 285 pp.  117
Elizabeth Dorsey
Psychoanalysis and Development Representations and Narratives. Massimo Ammaniti and Daniel N. Stern, eds. New York: New York University Press, 1994. 212 pp.  119
Theodore Laquerica
Issue 2 - Phyllis W. Meadow--Selected Theoretical and Clinical Papers
Selections From the Theoretical and Clinical Papers of Phyllis W. Meadow
Introduction to the Papers of Phyllis W. Meadow on Theory of Technique  133
June Bernstein, Ph.D.
How We Aim To Be With Patients  137
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Object Relations in a Drive Theory Model  155
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Resonating with the Psychotic Patient  173
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
The Preoedipal Transference  191
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Drive Theory in Diagnosis and Treatment  201
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Introduction to the Papers of Phyllis W. Meadow on Treatment Issues  229
Mimi Crowell, Ph.D.
Treatment Beginnings  233
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
The Myth of the Impersonal Analyst  241
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
The Role of Aggression in Impulse Discorders  261
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Breaking Taboos in Group Analysis  267
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Negative Union  293
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Introduction to the Papers of Phyllis W. Meadow on Research  305
R. Okuaki Lieber, M.F.A.
Issues in Psychoanalytic Research  309
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
In Psychoanalysis a Science?  335
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis: An Open System of Research  359
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
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