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Volume 18 (2016)

Issue 1
Editorial
Building bridges between psychoanalysis and the neurosciences: insights into decision-making, working memory, repression, autism spectrum disorder, and more  1
Maggie Zellner and David Olds
Target Article Commentary
Impaired interactions triggering defense or exposing deficit: exploring the difference between the withdrawn and the “undrawn” autistic child. Commentary on “An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress, and allostatic overload” by William M. Singletary, M.D.  3
Anne Alvarez
A key role for allostatic overload in ASD and other disorders. Commentary on “An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress, and allostatic overload” by William M. Singletary, MD  9
Bruce S. McEwen
Deprivation, dysperception, or dyssynchrony? A discussion of Singletary's integrative model of autism spectrum disorder. Commentary on “An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress, and allostatic overload” by William M. Singletary, MD  15
Lisa Ouss and Fabian Guénolé
Etiological pathways toward autism and diversities of treatments: from unimodal to multidimensional approaches. Commentary on “An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress, and allostatic overload” by William M. Singletary, M.D.  19
Jaak Panksepp
Response to commentaries on An integrative model of autism spectrum disorder: ASD as a neurobiological disorder of experienced environmental deprivation, early life stress, and allostatic overload  25
William M. Singletary
Original Articles
Perspectives on decision-making: implications for understanding psychopathology in psychiatric and psychoanalytic practice  31
Gurmeet S. Kanwal
Testing the episodic buffer: a pilot study of the psychoanalyst's mind at work  45
Carlo Semenza and Debora Vivenzi
The anterior cingulate cortex in psychopathology and psychotherapy: effects on awareness and repression of affect  53
Francis L. Stevens
Society Proceedings
Continued dialogue on the Oxford-style debate from the 15th Annual Congress of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, New York City, 2014  69
Daniela Flores Mosri, Nikolai Axmacher, Ariane Bazan and Richard J. Kessler
Report
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  79
Maria Sonia Goergen
Book Review
Practical neuropsychological rehabilitation in acquired brain injury: a guide for working clinicians  81
Christian Salas Riquelme
Issue 2
Editorial
Theoretical and clinical advances in neuropsychoanalysis: reflections on consciousness, dreams, wishing, and the relationship between inner speech, the superego, and the prefrontal cortex  83
Maggie Zellner and David Olds
Target Article
Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage  85
Christian E. Salas and Kenneth S. L. Yuen
Commentaries
Talking therapy: A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage” by Salas & Yuen  101
Rudi Coetzer
The place of inner language in feeling: A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: Changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage” by Salas & Yuen  105
Fergus Gracey
Broca’s aphasia, psychodynamics, and changes in “mental apparatus”: A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: Changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage” by Salas & Yuen  109
George P. Prigatano
We agree about the metaneuropsychology of the ego (but not so much about the superego): A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: Changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage” by Salas & Yuen  113
Mark Solms
Who’s in charge? “Feeling stuck” vs. agency following medial prefrontal lesions: A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis: Changes in the mental apparatus after left dorso-medial prefrontal damage” by Salas & Yuen  117
Kobi Tiberg
Territorial ambitions and time travel: A commentary on “Revisiting the left convexity hypothesis” by Salas & Yuen  121
Oliver Turnbull
Response to commentaries  125
Christian E. Salas
Original Articles
Classification of typical dream themes and implications for dream interpretation  133
Calvin Kai-Ching Yu
A conjecture on the nature and evolution of consciousness  147
Terence W. Rogers and Ahron Friedberg
Mapping a gap: the concepts of the wish and wishing in psychoanalysis and the neurosciences  163
Georg Schönbächler, Dragica Stojkovic and Brigitte Boothe
Society Proceedings
Report on the 17th Congress of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, Chicago: “Other Minds”  179
Daniela Flores Mosri
Research and Symposia Abstracts from the Congress of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, 2016  189
Maggie Zellner
Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society  205
Maria Sonia Goergen
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