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Volume 11 (2009)

Issue 1
Target Article
Editors' Introduction  3
Oliver Turnbull and David Olds
Depression: An Evolutionarily Conserved Mechanism to Terminate Separation Distress? A Review of Aminergic, Peptidergic, and Neural Network Perspectives  7
Douglas F. Watt and Jaak Panksepp
Depression as an Evolutionarily Conserved Mechanism to Terminate Separation Distress: Only Part of the Biopsychosocial Story?  52
Sidney J. Blatt and Patrick Luyten
Is Sadness an Evolutionarily Conserved Brain Mechanism to Dampen Reward Seeking? Depression May Be a “Sadness Disorder”  61
Peter Freed
Depression as a Mechanism for Terminating Separation Distress: A Critical Review  67
Paul E. Holtzheimer
Depression: What is the Role of Physiological Dysregulation and Circadian Disruption?  70
Ilia Karatsoreos and Bruce S. McEwen
An Integrated Theory of Depression  76
Otto F. Kernberg
An Evolutionarily Conserved Depression Mechanism: Are There Implications for Psychotherapy?  81
Harold W. Koenigsberg
Depression and the Brain's Input: Intrinsic Brain Activity and Difference-based Coding  85
Georg Northoff
Response to Commentaries  87
Douglas F. Watt and Jack Panksepp
Original Article
Alexithymia as Related to Facial Imitation, Mentalization, Empathy, and Internal Working Models-of-Self and -Others  111
Marianne Sonnby-Borgström
Book Review
Stuart C. Yudofsky, Robert E. Hales (Eds.): The American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Neuropsychiatry (5th edition). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Press., ISBN: 978-1585622399 (hbk.), 1,344 pp., $275.00.  129
Douglas F. Watt
Research Digest  133
Peter Freed
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  137
Maggie Zellner
The Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Chapter of the Argentine Psychoanalytical Association  137
Diego Cohen, Beatriz Dorfman Lerner and Marcelo Rodríguez
The Israeli Forum of Neuropsychoanalysis  138
Irith Raveh
Istanbul Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group  139
F. Gökçe Özkarar
Neurogestalt, Montréal  140
Gilles Delisle
French-English Discussion Group on Patients with Neurological Problems  140
Annaïk Fève
Prague Neuropsychoanalysis Group  141
Joseph Dodds
Toronto Group, International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  142
James W. Deutsch
Issue 2
Editors' Introduction  147
Oliver Turnbull and David Olds
Target Article
Toward a Cognitive Neurobiological Account of Free Association  151
Sean A. Spence, Catherine J. Kaylor-Hughes, Lisa Cooley, Russell D. Green, Iain D. Wilkinson, Randolph W. Parks and Mike D. Hunter
Not to be Confused about Free Association  163
Ariane Bazan
Free Association as a Bridging Concept between Dynamic and Cognitive Processes and the Nature of Psychotherapeutic Change  168
Andrew J. Gerber
Therapeutic Free Association is a Unique Cognitive, Affective, and Verbal Action Warranting Further Psychoanalytic and Neural Investigation  171
Robert D. Scharf
Response to Commentaries  179
Sean A. Spence
Original Articles
A “Neuropsychoanalytic” Treatment of a Patient with Cocaine Dependence  181
Brian Johnson
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after Traumatic Brain Injury and Interpersonal Relationships: Contributions from Object-Relations Perspectives  197
Giles Yeates
Reflecting on Mirror Self-misrecognition  211
Diana Caine
The Neurological Correlates of Pathological Consciousness in the Group of Schizophrenias  227
Donald Charles Grant and Edwin Harari
Book Review
Ariane Bazan: Des fantômes dans la voix: line hypothèse neuropsychanalytique sur la structure de l'Inconsclent. Voix Psychanalytiques. Montreal: Ed. Liber, 2007. ISBN: 978-2-89578-136-3, 145pp., $22.00  241
Marianne Robert
Research Digest  244
Peter Freed
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  247
Maggie Zellner
The Vienna Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group  247
Gerald Wiest
The Toronto Group  248
James W. Deutsch
The Berlin Neuropsychoanalysis Young Investigators  248
Daniel Margulies
The Body-Mind Study Groups of the Swedish Psychoanalytic Society  249
Iréne Matthis, Magnus Kilhlbom, Ulla Bjerström, Ulla Lagerlöf and Lisbet Horst Klawitter
The Istanbul Neuropsychoanalysis Study Group  250
Fatma Gökçe Özkarar
The MindBrain Consortium, Akron, Ohio  250
David Pincus
The Body Image Study Group, New York  250
Larry Kunstadt
The Neuropsychoanalytic Clinical Study Center of NPAP, New York  251
Edith Laufer and Ann Rose Simon
Report from the Tenth International Neuropsychoanalysis Anniversary Congress  252
Diana Caine
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