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Volume 22 (1997)

Issue 1
Psychoanalysis and Violence  3
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
Beyond Armageddon: New Patterns of Ultimate Violence  17
Robert Jay Lifton, M.D.
The Goals of Modern Psychoanalysis: The Therapeutic Resolution of Verbal and Preverbal Resistances for Patient and Analyst  31
Hyman Spotnitz, M.D., Med. Sc.D.
A Dynamic and Structural Model of the Triad in Supervision  41
Robert J. Marshall, Ph.D.
Bridging in Group Analysis  59
Louis R. Ormont, Ph.D.
When the Patient Devalues the Analyst  79
Eva M. Silver, M.S.W.
Book Reviews
The Talking Cures: The Psychoanalyses and the Psychotherapies. Robert S. Wallerstein. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1995. 542 pp.  109
William J. Hurst
The Many Faces of Eros. Joyce McDougall. New York: W.W. Norton & Company. 1995. 257 pp.  113
Muriel L. Sackler
Psychotherapy of the Quiet Borderline Patient: The As-If Patient Revisited. Vance R. Sherwood and Charles P. Cohen. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., 1994. 304 pp.  120
Jack K. Burlison
Paranoia: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives. John M. Oldham & Stanley Bose, eds. Madison, CT. International Universities Press, 1994. 174 pp.  122
Alex Bernstein
Issue 2
Letter to Freud  131
B. D. Margolis
Editor's Introduction  133
Elizabeth Dorsey, M.S.W.
Role of Temperament
What Do Infants Want?  137
Phyllis W. Meadow, Ph.D.
In the Beginning: The Contribution of Temperament to Personality Development  145
Jerome Kagan, Ph.D.
Maturational Crossroads
Becoming Themselves: Infants and Toddlers  157
Jane G. Goldberg, Ph.D.
From Pleasure to Reality, Through Fantasy: What do Children Need?  167
Eugene Goldwater, Ph.D.
Adolescent Conflicts  175
Joanne White, M.S.W.
Learning Blocks
Unlearning Blocks to Learning: An Introduction  181
Lorraine Smithberg, Ph.D.
Unlocking Blocks to Learning  183
Susan Lynaugh, Ph.D.
Learning to Work with Children  189
Jennifer Andrews, M.A.
Unlearning Blocks to Learning: The Case of Matthew  193
Sandra Augustinho, M.Ed.
Youth and Violence
Violent Youth: What It Takes to Lay Down Arms  199
Bill Stewart
Who Needs Psychoanalysis?  211
Faye N. Miller, M.A.
Mental Health
What It Means to Be a Healthy Child  221
Thomas Lynaugh, Ph.D.
Book Reviews
The Talking Cure: The Science Behind Psychotherapy Susan C. Vaughan. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1997. 208 pp.  229
Steven Poser
Conceiving the Self: Presence and Absence in Psychoanalytic Theory. Barbara J. Socor. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1997. 296 pp.  237
William J. Hurst
The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in Subjection. Judith Butler. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1997. 215 pp.  241
Elaine Hurst
Work and its Inhibitions: Psychoanalytic Essays. Charles W. Socarides and Selma Kramer, eds. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 276 pp.  243
Carol Brod
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