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List of Articles

Volume 17 (2015)

Issue 1
From the details of the individual to the tendencies of the species: Both clinical reports and affective neuroscience enrich the neuropsychoanalytic dialogue  1
Maggie Zellner
Is concreteness the invisible link between altered emotional processing, impaired awareness and mourning difficulties after traumatic brain injury?  3
Christian E. Salas and Rudi Coetzer
Basic emotional foundations of social dominance in relation to Panksepp's affective taxonomy  19
Donné van der Westhuizen and Mark Solms
Neuropsychoanalysis has an influence on psychoanalytic technique but not on the psychoanalytic method  39
Andrea Clarici
Introductory notes to the psychodynamics of a case of Klüver-Bucy syndrome  53
Jose Fernando Muñoz Zúñiga
The Oxford-style debate: the 15th neuropsychoanalysis congress, New York, 2014: “This house believes that neuroscientific terms must never replace psychoanalytic ones”  63
Daniela Flores Mosri, Ariane Bazan, Nikolai Axmacher, Richard J. Kessler and Lisa Ouss
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  73
Maria Sonia Goergen, Katerina Fotopoulou, Daniela Flores Mosri, Sławomir Murawiec, Efrain J. Rios-Ruiz, Iréne Matthis and Gökçe Özkarar Gradwohl
Issue 2
Integrating structure and function: looking at the brain in the context of internal psychological processes  79
Maggie Zellner and David Olds
Target Article
An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress and allostatic overload  81
William M. Singletary
Original Article
Maladaptive defense mechanisms are associated with decoupling of testosterone from sexual desire in women of reproductive age  121
Rui Miguel Costa and Rui F. Oliveira
Society Proceedings
Report on the 16th International Neuropsychoanalysis Congress, Amsterdam: “Plasticity and Repetition (and Other Topics)”  135
Daniela Flores Mosri
Research and Symposia Abstracts from the Congress of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, 2015  141
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  171
Maria Sonia Goergen and Irith Barzel Raveh
Research Digest
“No man is an island:” recent findings on the emotional consequences of insula damage  175
Christian E. Salas
Book Reviews
Working with brain injury: a primer for psychologists working in under-resourced settings  181
Kobi Tiberg
Neuropsychology of cardiovascular disease  182
Julia Segal
On the move: a life  184
Jacqueline Glick
Corrigendum  187
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