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Volume 1 (1999)

Issue 1
Editors' Introduction  3
Edward Nersessian and Mark Solms
Freud's Theory of Affect: Questions for Neuroscience  5
Mark Solms and Edward Nersessian
Emotions as Viewed by Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience: An Exercise in Consilience  15
Jaak Panksepp
Commentary by Antonio R. Damasio  38
Antonio R. Damasio
Consilience and Rigour Commentary by André Green  40
André Green
Psychoanalytic Theory: Clues from the Brain Commentary by Joseph LeDoux  44
Joseph LeDoux
Commentary by Allan N. Schore  49
Allan N. Schore
Commentary by Howard Shevrin  55
Howard Shevrin
Affects, Psychoanalysis, and Neuroscience Commentary by Clifford Yorke  60
Clifford Yorke
Drives, Affects, Id Energies, and the Neuroscience of Emotions Response to the Commentaries by Jaak Panksepp  69
Jaak Panksepp
Concluding Remarks  91
Mark Solms, Ph.D. and Edward Nersessian, M.D.
Affect and the Integration Problem of Mind and Brain  97
Barry Opatow
Body, Affect, and Language  111
Luis Chiozza
Searching for Memory: The Brain, The Mind, and The Past: Daniel L. Schacter. New York: Basic Books, 1996, xiii + 398 pp., $14.00, paperback.  125
Alan Pollack and C. Brooks Brenneis, Ph.D.
The Neuropsychology of Dreams: A Clinico-Anatomical Study: Mark Solms. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997, 292 pp., $55.95  128
Ramon Greenberg, M.D.
The Symbolic Species: The Co-Evolution of Language and the Brain: Terence Deacon. New York: W. W. Norton, 1997, hardcover $29.95, paperback $15.95  130
William Hans Miller
Research Digest  137
Regina Pally and Oliver Turnbull
Regional Bulletins  141
Iréne Matthis
American Psychiatric Association  141
George Fishman, M.D.
The Body/Mind Study Group of the Swedish Psychoanalytic Society  142
Iréne Matthis, M.D., Ph.D. and Magnus Kihlbom, M.D.
The Vienna Psychoanalysis/Neuroscience Study Group  142
E. Brainin and G. Fodor
Washington Psychoanalytic Society  142
Luis Chiozza, M.D. and Enrique Obstfeld, M.D.
Chicago Psychoanalytic Society  143
Robert A. Fajardo
Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society  144
David D. Olds, M.D.
Denver Psychoanalytic Society  144
Gary C. Martin
Neuropsychoanalytic Study Group Frankfurt-Cologne  145
Michael Huber, M.D., Rosemarie Kennel, M.D., Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Ph.D., Klaus Röckerath, M.D., Hans-Joachim Rothe, M.D. and Hermann Schultz, M.D.
Houston-Galveston Psychoanalytic Society  145
Arnold Pfeffer, M.D.
The Neuro-Psychoanalysis Study Group of the Psychoanalytic Institute at New York University Medical Center  146
Larry Kunstadt
St. Louis Psychoanalytic Society  147
Randall Riggs
Issue 2
Editors' Introduction  155
Edward Nersessian and Mark Solms
The New Neuropsychology of Sleep: Implications for Psychoanalysis  157
J. Allan Hobson
The New Neuropsychology of Sleep Commentary by Mark Solms  183
Mark Solms
The New Neuropsychology of Sleep Commentary by Allen Braun  196
Allen Braun, M.D.
The New Neuropsychology of Sleep Commentary by Morton F. Reiser  201
Morton F. Reiser, M.D.
Response to Commentaries by J. Allan Hobson and Edward F. Pace-Schott  206
J. Allan Hobson and Edward F. Pace-Schott
Freud's Model of the Mind in Sleep and Dreaming  225
Margaret M. Gilmore, M.D. and Edward Nersessian, M.D.
Experimental Psychology and Psychoanalysis: What We Can Learn from a Century of Misunderstanding  233
Paul Whittle
Jaak Panksepp's Response: Commentary by Howard Shevrin  247
Howard Shevrin
Jaak Panksepp's Response: Commentary by Clifford Yorke  251
Clifford Yorke
Freud and His Aphasia Book: Language and the Sources of Psychoanalysis: Valerie D. Greenberg, Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press, 1997, 203 pp., $32.50.  255
Alan Pollack and Ana-María Rizzuto, M.D.
Affect Regulation and the Origins of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development: Alan N. Schore. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994, xxxiv + 670 pp., $135.00.  258
Jeremy P. Nahum, M.D.
The Brain and Emotion: Edmund T. Rolls, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, 367 pp., $59.95  263
Jaak Panksepp
Phantoms in the Brain: Human Nature and the Architecture of the Mind: V. S. Ramachandran and Sandra Blakslee. London: Fourth Estate, 1998, 328 pp., $27.00.  269
Oliver Turnbull, Ph.D.
Research Digest  273
Oliver H. Turnbull and Regina Pally
Introduction  285
Iréne Matthis, M.D., Ph.D.
The Psychoanalysis/Neuroscience Workshop of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society  285
George Fishman, M.D. and Toni Greatrex, M.D.
The Body-Mind Study Group of the Swedish Psychoanalytic Society  286
Iréne Matthis, M.D., Ph.D. and Magnus Kihlbom, M.D.
Fundación Chiozza and Centro Weizsaecker de Consulta Médica  286
Luis Chiozza, M.D.
Neuropsychoanalytic Study Group Frankfurt/Cologne  286
Klaus Roeckerath, M.D.
Anna Freud Centre, London: Neuro-Psychoanalysis Project  287
Paula Barkay
The New York Psychoanalytic Institute: Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis  287
Arnold Z. Pfeffer, M.D.
University of Michigan: Program of Research on Unconscious Processes  287
Howard Shevrin, Ph.D.
Report from the Columbia Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research  288
David D. Olds, M.D.
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