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Volume 16 (1947)

A Lion Hunter's Dreams  1
Marie Bonaparte
The Jew and Adolf Hitler  11
Gertrud M. Kurth, Ph.D.
The Jew as Symbol  33
Henry Loeblowitz-Lennard
The Dreams of Two Patients in Analysis Interpreted as a Telepathic Rêve À Deux  39
Jule Eisenbud, M.D.
Telepathy and Repression  61
Geraldine Pederson-Krag, M.D.
The So-Called English School of Psychoanalysis  69
Edward Bibring, M.D.
Jacob S. Kasanin—1897–1946  94
Emanuel Windholz
Albert Slutsky—1895–1946  96
Walter Briehl
Rudolf A. Fuerst—1898–1946  98
Edwin R. Eisler
Psychoanalytic Therapy: By Franz Alexander, M.D., Thomas M. French, M.D. and others. New York: The Ronald Press Company, 1946. 373 pp.  99
C. P. Oberndorf
Unhappy Marriage and Divorce: A Study of Neurotic Choice of Marriage Partners: By Edmund Bergler, M.D., with an introduction by A. A. Brill, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 167 pp.  102
Richard L. Frank
Principles of Dynamic Psychiatry: By Jules H. Masserman, M.D. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1946. 322 pp.  104
Sydney G. Margolin
The Mentally Ill in America. A History of their Care and Treatment from Colonial Times: By Albert Deutsch. Third Printing. New York: Columbia University Press, 1946. 530 pp.  105
Nathaniel Ross
Modern Attitudes in Psychiatry; The March of Medicine, 1945: Number X of the New York Academy of Medicine Lectures to the Laity. New York: Columbia University Press, 1946. 195 pp.  107
Milton L. Miller
Diagnostic Psychological Testing. The Theory, Statistical Evaluation and Diagnostic Application of a Battery of Tests: By David Rapaport, Ph.D., with the collaboration of Merton Gill, M.D. and Roy Schafer, B.S. The Menninger Clinic Monograph Series Nos. 3 and 4. Chicago: The Year Book Publishers, Inc., Vol. I, 1945, 573 pp. Vol. II, 1946, 516 pp.  108
Solomon Machover
The Person in the Body. An Introduction to Psychosomatic Medicine: By Leland E. Hinsie, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1945. 263 pp.  113
Robert C. Bak
Motor Disorders in Nervous Diseases: By Ernst Herz, M.D. and Tracy J. Putnam, M.D. New York: Kings Crown Press, 1946. 184 pp.  114
C. T. Prout
The Falling Sickness: A History of Epilepsy from the Greeks to the Beginnings of Modern Neurology: By Owsei Temkin, M.D. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1945. 380 pp.  115
B. L. Pacella
Mental Disorders in Later Life: Edited by Oscar J. Kaplan. Stanford University, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1945. 436 pp.  116
I. T. Broadwin
Aging Successfully: By George Lawton. New York: Columbia University Press, 1946. 266 pp.  117
O. Spurgeon English
'If there are Pits as Deep …': By Leo Liberthson. New York: The Diction Press, 1946. 126 pp.  118
Percy Weiner
Notes on Metapsychology as Process Theory: Marjorle Brierley. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 97–107.  121
Otto Fenichel
Forty-Four Juvenile Thieves: Their Characters and Home-Life. John Bowlby. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 19–53 and 107–128  121
Otto Fenichel
On Appersonation: Otto Sperling. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 128–132.  122
Otto Fenichel
Notes on Traumatic Neurosis and Allied Conditions: D. N. Hardcastle. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 132–142.  123
Otto Fenichel
The Nature and Treatment of Traumatic War Neuroses in Merchant Seamen: Daniel Blain and Robert G. Heath. Int. J. Psa., XXV, pp. 142–146.  123
Lincoln Rahman
The Formative Activity of the Analyst: Richard Sterba. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 146–150.  124
Otto Fenichel
On Some Aspects of Masochism: Hilde Lewinsky. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 150–155.  124
Otto Fenichel
Déjà Vu in Proust and Tolstoy: R. W. Pickford. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 155–165.  125
Otto Fenichel
Some Aspects of Political Ethics from the Psycho-Analytic Point of View: R. E. Money-Kyrle. Int. J. Psa., XXV, 1944, pp. 166–171.  125
Otto Fenichel
Freud's 'Moses and Monotheism' and the Three Stages of Isrealitish Religion: Arthur A. Feldman. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 361–418.  125
Richard Sterba
Experimental Administration of Benzedrine Sulphate and Other Central Stimulants in Psychoanalyses and Psychotherapies: Tibor Agoston. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 438–452.  126
Joseph Lander
The Lust for Power in Hedda Gabler: J. O. Wisdom. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 419–437.  127
Richard Sterba
Five as a Symbol: Arthur N. Foxe. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 453–456.  127
Otto Fenichel
Dialectical Aspects of Psychoanalysis Misunderstood: Burrill Freedman and Walter Van Clute. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 457–467.  127
Norman Reider
On the Disease-Entity Boredom ('Alyosis') and its Psychopathology: E. Bergler. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 38–57.  128
Edith Weigert
Psychosomatic Correlations in Migraine: Lewis R. Wolberg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 60–70.  128
Irene M. Josselyn
Report of Analysis in Conjunction with Convulsive Therapy: E. F. Baker. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 71–89.  129
Julius I. Steinfeld
A Coördinated Therapeutic Approach to Schizophrenia: L. K. Kaplan. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 90–122.  129
Julius I. Steinfeld
A Somnambulistic Act, with its Probable Meaning: S. Tarachow. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 195–198.  129
Joseph Lander
A Seven-Year Survey of Insulin Treatment in Schizophrenia: Alexander Gralnik. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 449–453.  130
Julius I. Steinfeld
Personalities of American Psychotherapists: Margaret C. L. and Edwin F. Gildea. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 460–467.  130
Norman Reider
Psychoneurosis, Combat-Anxiety Type: Robert B. McElroy. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 517–521.  130
Ralph R. Greenson
War Neuroses: Louis Minski. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 600–605.  130
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychiatric Problems on a South Pacific Island: Samuel Burack. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 606–607.  131
Ralph R. Greenson
A Mental Hygiene Program for the Military Hospital: Louis S. Lipschultz. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 614–618.  131
Ralph R. Greenson
War Neuroses in Flying Personnel: Roy R. Grinker and John P. Spiegel. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 619–624.  131
Ralph R. Greenson
Review of Cases at Merchant Marine Rest Centers: Florence Powdermaker. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 650–654.  132
Lincoln Rahman
The Rôle of Sex in Modern Society: Kate Frankenthal. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 19–25.  133
Martin Grotjahn
Motivation and Rehabilitation: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 69–78.  133
Martin Grotjahn
The Problem of Controlled Institutional Change, an Essay in Applied Social Science: Talcott Parsons. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 79–101.  134
Martin Grotjahn
Psychodynamic Aspects of Adjustment to Army Life: Irving L. Janis. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 159–176.  134
Martin Grotjahn
Bibliotherapy and Hospital Library Activities for Neuropsychiatric Patients. Review of the Liferature with Comments on Trends: Jerome M. Schneck. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 207–228.  135
Martin Grotjahn
Psychosomatic Problems in Ophthalmology—A Symposium: J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1945, pp. 433–483.  135
Eli Marcovitz
Psychiatric Education Number: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, IX, 1945, pp. 29–70.  136
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychiatric Aspects of Highway Traffic Law Enforcement: Karl Menninger. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, IX, 1945, pp. 18–26.  136
Ralph R. Greenson
The Rorschach Test: A Clinical Evaluation: David Rapaport and Roy Schafer. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, IX, 1945, pp. 73–77.  137
Ralph R. Greenson
Observations on Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Veterans: Emanuel Windholz. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, IX, 1945, pp. 121–133.  137
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychic Concomitants in Wartime Injuries: Herbert J. Kupper. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 15–20.  138
Robert A. Cohen
Neurosis and Neurotic Syndrome: Alfred Schick. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1945, pp. 484–491.  138
Joseph Lander
Life-Instinctual Extensions of Psychoanalytic Theory: Burrill and Anitra Freedman. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1945, pp. 509–517.  138
Norman Reider
Treatment of Depressions with Hypoxemia: Gurevitch, Sumyanskaya and Khachaturean. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VI, 1945, pp. 523–535.  138
Jacob Kasanin
Psychosomatic Factors in Pruritis: Milton Rosenbaum. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 52–57.  139
Carel Van Der Heide
The Sexual Psychology of Human Hermaphrodites: Albert Ellis. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 108–125.  139
Bernhard Berliner
The Incidence of Psychosomatic Affections in Britain: James L. Halliday. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 135–146.  140
Joseph Lander
The Therapeutic Rôle of Drugs in the Process of Repression, Dissociation and Synthesis: L. S. Kubie and Sydney Margolin. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 147–151.  140
Palph R. Greenson
A Psychiatric Adventure in Comparative Pathophysiology of the Infant and Adult: Joseph J. Michaels. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, C, 1944, pp. 49–63.  141
Joseph Lander
Personality Changes Characterizing the Transition from Civilian to Military Life: Gustav Bychowski. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, C, 1944, pp. 289–296.  141
Robert A. Cohen
A Test for the Differential Diagnosis Between Retirement Neurosis and Accident Neurosis: E. Bergler and O. Knopf. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, C, 1944, pp. 366–380.  141
Joseph Lander
Heberphrenic Fancies: Ben Karpman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, C, 1944, pp. 480–506.  142
Ralph R. Greenson
Relationship Between Obsessional Neurosis and Psychotic Reaction Types: E. Stengel. J. of Mental Science, XCI, 1945, pp. 166–187.  142
Malcolm H. Finley
Psicoanalisi. I, No. 1, July-September 1945; No. 2, October-December 1945.  143
Edoardo Weiss
Archivio Di Scienza Della Cerebrazione E Dei Psichismi (Giornale De Psicobiologia, Neuropsichiatria E Psicoanalisi): M. Levi Bianchini. Vol. 1, 1944, and Vol. II, 1945.  145
Edoardo Weiss
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Hanns Sachs—1881–1947  151
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
Observations of a Training Analyst  157
Hanns Sachs
Psychoanalysis and Nonanalytic Psychotherapy  169
John D. Benjamin, M.D.
Vision, Headache and the Halo—Reactions to Stress in the Course of Superego Formation  177
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
Analysis of Postural Behavior  195
Felix Deutsch, M.D.
Phallic Women  214
Smiley Blanton, M.D.
The Preschizophrenic Ego  225
Gustav Bychowski, M.D.
Technique of Psychoanalytic Therapy: By Sandor Lorand, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 251 pp.  234
Carl M. Herold
People in Quandaries: The Semantics of Personal Adjustment. By Wendell Johnson. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1946. 532 pp.  235
Nathaniel Ross
Man, Morals and Society, a Psychoanalytical Study: By J. C. Flugel. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 328 pp.  240
Harold D. Lasswell
Are you Considring Psychoanalysis: Edited by Karen Horney, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1946. 262 pp.  241
William Needles
The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defence: By Anna Freud. First American Edition. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 196. pp.  243
P. H. T.
Shock Treatments and Other Somatic Procedures in Psychiatry: By Lothar B. Kalinowsky, M.D., and Paul H. Hoch, M.D. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1946. 294 pp.  244
John Frosch
Modern Trends in Child Psychiatry: Edited by Nolan D. C. Lewis, M.D., and Bernard L. Pacella, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, 1945. 341 pp.  244
Edith B. Jackson
Psychiatric Interviews with Children: Edited by Helen Leland Witmer. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1946. 443 pp.  246
Augusta Alpert
The Biology of Schizophrenia: By R. G. Hoskins, Ph.D., M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1946. 191 pp.  248
Charles Davison
Psychiatry for Social Workers: By Lawson G. Lowrey, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1946. 337 pp.  250
Elisabeth Brockett Bech
The Case Worker in Psychotherapy: New York: Jewish Board of Guardians, 1946. 49 pp.  253
Hester B. Crutcher
Manual of Psychological Medicine for Practitioners and Students: Second Edition. By A. F. Tredgold, M.D. Baltimore: William Wood & Co., 1945. 308 pp.  253
Phillip Polatin
Noçoes Gerais De Higiene Mental Da Criança: (General Ideas Concerning the Mental Hygiene of Childhood). By Durval Marcondes and collaborators. São Paulo: Livraria Martins Editôra, 1946. 185 pp.  255
B. D. L.
Some Psychological Hypotheses on Nazi Germany: By P. Kecskemeti and N. Leites. Washington, D. C.: The Library of Congress, Experimental Division for the Study of War time Communications. Document No. 60, July 30, 1945. 95 pp.  255
Henry Lowenfeld
Dario. A Fictitious Reminiscence: By Percy Winner. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1947. 175 pp.  258
R. G.
The Navaho: By Clyde Kluckhohn and Dorothea Leighton. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1946. 258 pp.  259
Géza Róheim
Twentieth Century Psychology: Edited by Philip Lawrence Harriman, with the assistance of G. L. Freeman, G. W. Hartmann, Kurt Lewin, A. H. Maslow, and C. E. Skinner. New York: The Philosophical Library, 1946. 712 pp.  261
Milton L. Miller
Sex Pboblems of the Returned Veteran: By Howard Kitching. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1946. 124 pp.  264
Martin Grotjahn
Sex Education: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Youth Leaders: By Cyril Bibby, M.A. New York: Emerson Books, Inc., 1946. 311 pp.  264
Martin Grotjahn
Psychodrama: Volume I. By J. L. Moreno. New York: Beacon House, 1946. 429 pp.  265
G. Pederson-Krag
Dostoevsky and Parricide: Sigmund Freud. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 1–8.  268
H. A. W.
Reminiscent Notes on the Early History of Psychoanalysis in English-Speaking Countries: Ernest Jones. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 8–10.  268
H. A. W.
Some Psychological Aspects of Prostitution: The Pseudo-Personality: Tibor Agoston. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 62–67.  268
H. A. W.
Georg Groddeck and his Teachings about Man's Innate Need for Symbolization (Author's Abstract): A Contribution to the History of Early Psychoanalytic Psychosomatic Medicine. Martin Grotjahn. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 9–24.  269
 
Psychoanalytic Investigation of Reaction to the War Crises of Candidates for Induction: Sandor Lorand. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 25–32.  270
Joseph Lander
A Contribution to the Study of Wit: Ludwig Eidelberg. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 33–61.  270
Martin Grotjahn
Animism and Dreams: Géza Róheim. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 62–72.  271
Joseph Lander
Psychological Aspects of Japanese and German Paradoxa: Judith Silberpfennig. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 73–85.  271
Otto Fenichel
The 'Mental Crisis' of John Stuart Mill: A. W. Levi. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 86–101.  271
Richard Sterba
Thirty-Some Years after Ferenczi's 'Stages in the Development of the Sense of Reality': Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 125–145.  272
Norman Reider
Diacritic and Coenesthetic Organization: R. A. Spitz. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 146–162.  273
Norman Reider
A Psychosomatic Theory Based on the Concepts of Mastery and Resolution of Tension: S. Tarachow. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 163–181.  273
Joseph Lander
Neurotic Acting out: Otto Fenichel. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 197–206.  273
George Gero
Analysis of Patients with Acute Symptoms: Bela Mittelmann. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 181–196.  274
Joseph Lander
Samuel Johnson's Character: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation. Edward Hitschmann. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 207–218.  274
Henry Lowenfeld
A Vacation Experiment: Eric P. Mosse. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 219–224.  275
Margrit Munk
Psychoanalysis of Music: Angelo Montani. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 225–227.  275
Henry Lowenfeld
Wearing and So-Called Oedipus Tendencies: M. F. Ashley Montagu. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 228–240.  275
Richard Karpe
A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of the Mental Symptoms of Paresis: Isador H. Coriat. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 253–262.  276
Julius I. Steinfeld
The Psychotherapy of William James: Grace Foster. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 300–319.  276
Norman Reider
Transference Situations in an Hour of Analysis: Simon Rothenberg. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 340–352.  277
Margrit Munk
Lemnos, Island of Women: Bernice Schultz Engle. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 353–358.  277
Martin Grotjahn
A Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Problem of Anti-Semitism: Henry Loeblowitz-Lennard. Psa. Rev., XXXII, 1945, pp. 359–361.  277
Otto Fenichel
Psychiatry and the United States Navy: R. T. McIntyre. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 717–719.  277
H. M. Serota
Developmental Roots of Schizophrenia: J. S. Kasanin. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 770–776.  278
George Gero
The Relationship of Psychoanalysis to Psychiatry: Robert P. Knight. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 777–783.  278
Norman Reider
Freudianism and the Psychoanalytic Tradition: Joseph Wortis. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 814–820.  278
Otto Fenichel
Psychiatric Observations in a Combat Area in the South Pacific: James M. Henninger. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CI, 1945, pp. 824–826.  279
Joseph Lander
Childhood Schizophrenia and Childhood Hysteria: Ernest Harms. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 242–257.  280
A. H. Vander
The Evolution of a Schizophrenic Process in a Young Boy: Beulah Bosselman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 258–266.  280
A. H. Vander
The Problem of 'Magic Gestures': Edmund Bergler. Psychiatric Quarterly, XIX, 1945, pp. 295–310.  280
Bernhard Berliner
A Note on the Psychological Position of the Chief Executive: Sebastian de Grazia. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, PP. 267–272.  281
Martin Grotjahn
Transference as a Therapeutic Instrument: Clara Thompson. Psychiatry, VII, 1945, pp. 273–278.  281
Martin Grotjahn
Some Observations on Character Structure in the Orient: Weston La Barre. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 319–342.  281
Martin Grotjahn
Psychiatric Observations in Okinawa Shima: James Clark Moloney. Psychiatry, VIII, 1945, pp. 391–401.  282
Martin Grotjahn
An Illustration of Non-Directive Psychotherapy: V. E. Madigan. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VII, 1945, pp. 36–52.  283
James E. Birren
The Convergence Between Delusion and Motor Behavior in Schizophrenia: George Devereux. J. of Clinical Psychopathology, VII, 1945, pp. 89–96.  284
Joseph Lander
The Motives of Defense: Otto Fenichel. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1945, pp. 180–191.  284
H. A. W.
Practical Approach to the War Neurosis: Ralph Greenson. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, VI, 1945, pp. 192–205.  285
H. A. W.
Identification Mechanisms in Coronary Occlusion: Jacob A. Arlow. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 195–209.  285
Martin Grotjahn
Report of the Committee on Infancy and Early Childhood of the American Society for Research in Psychosomatic Problems: Attitudes of Women Towards Pregnancy and the Newborn Baby. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, 224–233.  286
Martin Grotjahn
The Significance of the Concept of a Psychosomatic Affection: James L. Halliday. Psychosomatic Med., VII, 1945, pp. 240–244.  286
Joseph Lander
Combat Neuroses: Development of Combat Exhaustion: Roy L. Swank and Walter E. Marchand. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LV, 1946, pp. 236–247.  287
Ralph R. Greenson
Electroencephalographic Studies of Psychopathic Personalities: Donald J. Simons and Oskar Diethelm. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LV, 1946, pp. 619–626.  287
Ralph R. Greenson
A Study of the Psychodynamics of the Art Work of a Nine-Year-Old Behavior Problem Boy: Margaret Naumburg. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 28–64.  287
Maxwell Gitelson
Psychosomatic Aspect of Stuttering: B. C. Meyer. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 127–157.  288
Edith Weigert
Healing Mechanisms in the Shock-Treated Neurotic Patient: John D. Moriarty and Andre A. Weil. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 205–215.  288
Julius I. Steinfeld
Psychiatry and Propaganda: W. Eliasberg. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 225–241.  289
Emanuel Klein
Problems of Orphanhood: Selina Schryver. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 257–264.  289
Margrit Munk
Persistence of Symptoms in the Psychoneurotic Ex-Soldier: Dallas Pratt. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 322–329.  289
Jacob Kasanin
War Neuroses or Battle Fatigue? Roy R. Grinker. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 442–445.  290
Otto Fenichel
Nightmares and Suffocation: Nandor Fodor. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CI, 1945, pp. 557–565.  290
H. M. Serota
The Conception of Integration in Psychoanalysis: Joseph J. Michaels. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CII, 1945, pp. 54–64.  290
Edwin R. Eisler
Character and Traumatic Syndrome: Harold Kelman. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CII, 1945, pp. 121–153.  291
Martin Grotjahn
Primitive Habits in the Preterminal Stage of Schizophrenia: Silvano Arieti. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CII, 1945, pp. 367–375.  291
Joseph Lander
Protecting the Mental Health of the Veteran: Omar N. Bradley. Mental Hygiene, XXX, 1946, pp. 1–8.  291
Joseph Lander
Mental Hygiene in the Atomic Age: Franz Alexander. Mental Hygiene, XXX, 1946, pp. 529–544.  292
Joseph Lander
Directive Psychotherapy: II. the Theory of Self-Consistency. Frederick C. Thorne. J. of Clinical Psychology, I. 1945, pp. 155–162.  292
James E. Birren
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Psychopathology of Social Prejudice  303
Gregory Zilboorg, M.D.
On the Psychopathology of Orgasm  318
Sylvan Keiser, M.D.
Problems of Therapeutic Management in a Psychoanalytic Hospital  325
Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, M.D.
Projection, Extrajection and Objectivation  357
Edoardo Weiss, M.D.
A Psychological Theory of Formal Beauty  391
Joseph Weiss, M.D.
Men and their Motives: By J. C. Flugel. With Two Essays by Ingeborg Flugel. First American Edition. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1947. 289 pp.  401
B. D. L.
Insight and Personality Adjustment. A Study of the Psychological Effects of War: By Therese Benedek, M.D. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1946. 307 pp.  404
Edward Glover
The Mind and Death of a Genius: By David Abrahamsen, M.D. New York: Columbia University Press, 1946. 228 pp.  406
Jacob Shatzky
Anti-Semitism: A Social Disease: Edited by Ernst Simmel, M.D. Preface by Gordon W. Allport. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 140 pp.  409
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
Textbook of Abnormal Psychology: Carney Landis and M. Marjorie Bolles. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1946. 576 pp.  413
Nathaniel Ross
Current Therapies of Personality Disorders: Edited by Bernard Glueck, M.D. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1946. 296 pp.  416
C. P. Oberndorf
The Master Hand: By Abram Blau, M.D. Research Monograph No. 5. New York: The American Orthopsychiatric Association, Inc., 1946. 206 pp.  417
Smiley Blanton
Tutoring as Therapy: By Grace Arthur, Ph.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1946. 125 pp.  418
Joseph Chassell
Group Psychotherapy, Theory and Practice: By J. W. Klapman, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1946. 344 pp.  419
J. L. Henderson
Group Therapy, a Symposium: Edited by J. L. Moreno, M.D. New York: Beacon House, Inc., 1945. 305 pp.  420
J. L. Henderson
Aftermath of Peace: By A. M. Meerloo, New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 218 pp.  422
Winfred Overholser
Manual of Diagnostic Psychological Testing. Part II, Diagnostic Testing of Personality and Ideational Content: By David Rapaport, Ph.D. and Roy Schafer, B.S., with the collaboration of Merton Gill, M.D. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1946. 100 pp.  424
William F. Murphy
Éléments De Psycho-Physiologie: By Henri Roger. Paris: Masson et Cie, Editeurs, 1946. 428 pp.  425
Raymond De Saussure
Dynamic Mental Hygiene. (With Special Emphasis on Family Counseling.): By Ernest R. Groves and Catherine Groves. Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole Sons, 1946. 559 pp.  425
Herman Shlionsky
The Oedipus Complex in the Light of Early Anxieties: Melanie Klein. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 11–33.  427
H. W.
The Concept of Trauma in Contemporary Psychoanalytical Theory: Otto Fenichel. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 33–43.  428
H. W.
The Unconscious Origin of Schopenhauer's Philosophy: J. O. Wisdom. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 44–52.  429
H. W.
Ruminations of a Scientific Secretary: Adrian Stephen. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 52–55.  430
H. W.
A Note on Ambivalence: Adrian Stephen. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 55–58.  430
H. W.
Anxiety and Plane Flight: Henry G. Wegrocki. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 1–36.  431
Carel Van Der Heide
Towards the Problem of the Musical Process: Richard Sterba. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 37–43.  431
Carel Van Der Heide
A Clinical Contribution to the Analysis of the Nightmare-Syndrome: Stephen Schonberger. Psa. Rev. XXXIII, 1946, pp. 44–70.  432
Carel Van Der Heide
Phylogenetic Manifestations and Reversions: A. A. Brill. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 3–15.  432
Bernhard Berliner
Sudden Graying of Hair, Alopecia, and Diabetes Mellitus of Psychogenic Origin: Hyman S. Barahal and Nathan Freeman. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 31–38.  432
Bernhard Berliner
Narcosynthesis for the Civilian Neurosis: Herbert Freed. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 39–55.  433
Bernhard Berliner
A Study of the Art Work of a Behavior-Problem Boy as it Relates to Ego Development and Sexual Enlightenment: Margaret Naumburg. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 74–111.  433
Joseph Biernoff
The Psychopathology of Psychoticlike Reactions in the Combat Soldier: H. Rosen, H. J. Myers, H. E. Kiene, and W. Goldfarb. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 138–149.  433
Joseph Biernoff
Psychiatric Objectives in the Army: William C. Menninger. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1945, pp. 102–107.  434
Ralph R. Greenson
Prolonged Post-Traumatic Syndromes Following Head Injury: Jurgen Ruesch and Karl M. Bowman. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1945, pp. 145–167.  434
Mark Kanzer
A Statistical Study of One Hundred Neuropsychiatric Casualties from the Normandy Campaign: William Needles. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1945, pp. 214–221.  435
Lincoln Rahman
Two Different Types of Post-Traumatic Neuroses: Alexander Adler. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1945, pp. 237–240.  435
Mark Kanzer
Dr. C. G. Jung and National Socialism: S. S. Feldman. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1945, p. 263.  435
Carel Van Der Heide
The Reëstablishment of Peacetime Society: G. B. Chisholm. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 1–20.  436
Martin Grotjahn
Anti-Feminism and Race Prejudice: M. F. Ashley Montague. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 69–71.  436
Martin Grotjahn
The Regression of Psychiatry in the Army: William Needles. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 167–185.  436
S. Gabe
Psychiatric Casualties from Guadalcanal: A Study of Reactions to Extreme Stress. Theodore Lidz. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 193–213.  437
S. Gabe
Some Observations on Character Structure in the Orient: II. The Chinese, Part One. Weston La Barre. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 215–237.  438
S. Gabe
A Note on the Treatment of Depressive Psychoses in Soldiers: H. M. Serota. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 10–17.  438
Ralph R. Greenson
The Freeing of Intelligence: Gardner Murphy. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 47–55.  439
Ralph R. Greenson
Some Recent Observations on the Use of Hypnosis in Psychotherapy: Margaret Brenman and Merton M. Gill. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 104–109.  440
Ralph R. Greenson
Techniques of Hypnoanalysis Illustrated in a Case Report: Merton Gill and Karl Menninger. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 110–126.  440
Ralph R. Greenson
Individual Psychotherapy: Franz Alexander. Psychosomatic Med., VIII, 1946, pp. 110–115.  441
Martin Grotjahn
Group Psychotherapy with Veterans: Nathan W. Ackerman. Psychosomatic Med. VIII, 1946, pp. 118–119.  441
Martin Grotjahn
Treatment of Warts by Suggestion: Hermann Vollmer. Psychosomatic Med., VIII, 1946, pp. 138–142.  442
Martin Grotjahn
Resistance to Insulin in Mentally Disturbed Soldiers: H. Freeman. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, pp. 74–78.  442
Ralph R. Greenson
Electric Shock Therapy of Elderly Patients: Fred Feldman, Samuel Susselman, Basile Lipetz and S. Eugene Barrera. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, pp. 158–170.  442
Ralph R. Greenson
Pretraumatic Personality and Psychiatric Sequelæ Of Head Injury: Harry L. Kozol. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, p. 245  442
Ralph R. Greenson
Primary Behavior Disorders and Psychopathic Personality: Jacques S. Gottlieb, M. Coulson Ashby and John R. Knott. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, p. 381.  443
Ralph R. Greenson
Cleidocranial Dysostosis with Psychosis: Samuel Kilgore and G. N. Lasker. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, p. 401.  443
Ralph R. Greenson
Intravenous Injection of Sodium Amytal as a Test for Latent Anxiety: Samuel Susselman, Fred Feldman, and S. Eugene Barrera. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVI, 1946, pp. 567–580.  443
Ralph R. Greenson
Conscience in the Psychopath: Phyllis Greenacre. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XV, 1945, pp. 495–509.  443
Mark Kanzer
The Group Factor in Military Neuropsychiatry: Jules V. Coleman. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XVI, 1946, pp. 222–226.  444
Mark Kanzer
Counseling and Therapy: Lawson G. Lowrey. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XVI, 1946, pp. 615–622.  444
Mark Kanzer
Study of a Case of Pseudo Deaf-Muteness ('Psychic Deafness'): Erika Oppenheimer Fromm. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 37–59.  445
William Needles
Anxiety and the Group: A. N. Mayers. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 130–136.  445
William Needles
Internal and External Causes of Anxiety in Returning Veterans: Arnold Eisendorfer and Murray D. Lewis. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 137–143.  445
William Needles
Psychogenic Vomiting: Jules H. Masserman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 224–233.  446
William Needles
The Present Status of Narco-Diagnosis and Therapy: Paul H. Hoch. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 248–259.  446
William Needles
Therapeutic Relaxation: Ernest Schmidhofer. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 260–275.  446
William Needles
Psychopathy in the Scheme of Human Typology: Ben Karpman. J. Nev. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 276–288.  447
William Needles
The Value of Formal Psychiatric Examination in the Criminal Court: S. Harvard Kaufman and Curtis Bok. J. Nerv. and Ment. Disease, CIII, 1946, pp. 289–297.  447
William Needles
The Analyst Remains Silent: James Clark Moloney. Disease of the Nervous System, VIII, 1947, pp. 14–16.  447
S. Gabe
Interpretación Psicodinámica De La Función Tiroidea: Observaciones Sobre Disfunctiones Tiroideas En Psiconeuroticos: Arnaldo Rascovsky. Revista de Psiconálisis, IV, 1947, pp. 413–450.  447
H. W.
Relaciones De Objeto En La Paranoia Masculina Y Femenina: Durval Marcondes. Revista de Psiconálisis, IV, 1947, pp. 492–507.  448
H. W.
Psicoanlisi. II, No. 1, 1946 (Rome, Italy): The Effects of Psychoanalysis on Ethical Maturation. H. Meng.  448
 
Psicoanlisi. II, No. 1, 1946 (Rome, Italy): Infancy as the Destiny of Man. J. Flescher.  449
 
Psicoanlisi. II, No. 1, 1946 (Rome, Italy): The Psychopathology of Internment. E. Servadio.  449
 
Psicoanlisi. II, No. 1, 1946 (Rome, Italy): Psychoanalysis of the Pure Movie. G. Piertranera and A. Montani.  449
 
Psicoanlisi. II, No. 1, 1946 (Rome, Italy): Contributions to Psychoanalytic Aesthetics. E. Fulchignoni.  450
Edoardo Weiss
Psicoanalisi. II, No. 2, 1946: This issue contains the report of the first Italian Psychoanalytic Congress (held in 1946), which was attended by representatives of the Italian government. The following papers, read at the meeting, are published in this number:  450
Edoardo Weiss
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On Some Psychodynamics of Masochism  459
Bernhard Berliner, Ph.D.
Some Observations on a Form of Projection  472
Leon J. Saul, M.D.
Basic Mental Concepts: Their Clinical and Theoretical Value  482
Edward Glover, M.D.
The Fallacious Use of Quantitative Concepts in Dynamic Psychology  507
Lawrence S. Kubie, M.D.
Mohave Orality—An Analysis of Nursing and Weaning Customs  519
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Talleyrand. L'Homme De La France: By Dr. René Laforgue. Geneva: Editions du Mont-Blanc. 1947. 258 pp.  547
Percy Winner
The Yearbook of Psychoanalysis. Volume II: Edited by Sandor Lorand. New York: International Universities Press, 1946. 280 pp.  549
Edoardo Weiss
The Psychoanalytic Treatment of Children: By Anna Freud. London: Imago Publishing Co., Ltd., 1946. 98 pp.  553
Judith S. Kestenberg
Psicoanalisi Della Vita Istintiva (Psychoanalysis of Instinctual Life): By Joachim Flescher, M.D. Rome, Italy: Scienza Moderna, 1945. 266 pp.  556
Emilio Servadio
Narco-Analysis: By J. Stephen Horsley. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 1943. First American Edition, 1946. 134 pp.  559
M. Ralph Kaufman
Medicine in the Changing Order: Report of the New York Academy of Medicine Committee on Medicine and the Changing Order. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1947. 240 pp.  561
Maurice Levine
Medical Addenda: Related Essays on Medicine and the Changing Order. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1947. 156 pp.  562
Maurice Levine
Psychological Medicine: A Short Introduction to Psychiatry. By Desmond Curran, M.B., F.R.C.P., D.P.M., and Eric Guttmann, M.D., M.R.C.P. Second Edition. Baltimore: The Williams and Wilkins Company, 1945. 254 pp.  563
Martin Grotjahn
Clinical Psychology of Children's Behavior Problems: By C. M. Louttit. Revised Edition. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1947. 661 pp.  564
Anna Maenchen
The Personality of the Preschool Child: The Child's Search for His Self. By Werner Wolff. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1946. 341 pp.  564
Aline B. Auerbach
The Autonomic Nervous System: By Albert Kuntz. Third Edition. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1945. 687 pp.  566
Lawrence S. Kubie
Nuremberg Diary: By G. M. Gilbert, Ph.D. New York: Farrar, Straus & Co., 1947. 471 pp.  567
Philip R. Lehrman
Twenty-Two Cells in Nuremberg: By Douglas M. Kelley, M.D. New York: Greenberg Publisher, 1947. 245 pp.  569
Martin Grotjahn
From Caligari to Hitler. A Psychological History of the German Film: By Siegfried Kracauer. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1947. 361 pp.  570
Martha Leites and Nathan Leites
Problems in Abnormal Behavior: By Nathaniel Thornton. Philadelphia and Toronto: The Blakiston Co., 1946. 244 pp.  572
Ruth Loveland
Modern Women: The Lost Sex: By Ferdinand Lundberg and Marynia F. Farnham. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1947. 497 pp.  573
Frances S. Arkin
Problems in Religion and Life  575
Sydney G. Biddle
Black Anger: By Wulf Sachs. Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1947. 324 pp.  576
Ruth Loveland
The Echo: By Lilla van Saher. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1947. 255 pp.  577
Nathaniel Ross
The Ego of Homosexuals: Gustav Bychowski. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 114–127.  579
H. W.
An Unwelcome Child and her Death Instinct: Hannah Ries. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 153–161.  580
H. W.
On the View that Repressed Fear of Severance of the Genitalia is Solely Caused by External Reality and is not Inherited: E. Pickworth Farrow. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 161–168.  580
H. W.
A Short Contribution to the Problem of Simulation of Insanity: Sidney Tarachow. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 168–169.  581
H. W.
The Anatomy of a Psychosis. Iago Galdston: Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 71–83.  581
Carel Van Der Heide
The Effect of Disappointment on Ego and Superego Formation in Normal and Depressive Development: Edith Jacobson. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 129–147.  581
Carel Van Der Heide
The Danger Neurotics Dread Most: Loss of the 'Basic Fallacy': Edmund Bergler. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 148–153.  582
Carel Van Der Heide
The Enigma of Clemenceau: Pierre Lacombe. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 165–176.  582
Carel Van Der Heide
First Contribution to the Psychoanalysis and Aesthetics of Motion Pictures: Angelo Montani and Giulio Pietranera. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 177–196.  582
Carel Van Der Heide
The Fear of Post-Orgastic Emptiness: Tibor Agoston. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 197–214.  582
Carel Van Der Heide
Dream Analysis of a Constitutional Psychopath; Towards the Problem of Differential Dream Analysis: Ben Karpman. Psa. Rev., XXXIII, 1946, pp. 84–101 and 215–236.  583
Carel Van Der Heide
A Method of Resolving Acute Catatonic Excitement: John N. Rosen. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 183–198.  583
Bernhard Berliner
Carl Gustav Jung—Defender of Freud and the Jews. A Chapter of European Psychiatric History Under the Nazi Yoke: Ernest Harms. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 199–230.  583
Bernhard Berliner
Psychopathology of Compulsive Smoking: Edmund Bergler. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 297–321.  583
Bernhard Berliner
Obesity and Neurosis: Henry B. Richardson. Psychiatric Quarterly, XX, 1946, pp. 400–424.  584
Bernhard Berliner
Electroencephalographic Study of Criminals: Frederic A. Gibbs, B. K. Bagchi and Wilfred Bloomberg. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 294–298.  584
Mark Kanzer
The Correlation of Pre-Electroshock Electroencephalogram and Therapeutic Result in Schizophrenia: William J. Turner, Louis Lowinger and James H. Huddleson. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 299–300.  584
Mark Kanzer
An Electroencephalographic Study of Cases with Syncope and Related Disorders: Sidney Levin, Jerome Katz and Milton Greenblatt. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 301–304.  584
Mark Kanzer
Some Reactions Seen after Electric Shock Treatment: John Frosch, David Impastato, Lilly Ottenheimer and S. Bernard Wortis. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 311–315.  585
Mark Kanzer
Organic and Hysterical Anesthesia: Fredrick C. Redlich. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 318–324.  585
Mark Kanzer
Ageing and Detoxication: Karl Stern, Ewart G. Hinds and Brigitte A. Askonas. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 325–329.  585
Mark Kanzer
Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious: Knight Dunlap. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 330–336.  585
Mark Kanzer
Some Relationships Between Excitement, Depression and Anxiety: D. Ewen Cameron. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 385–394.  586
Mark Kanzer
Incidence of Neuropsychiatric Disorders in the United States Army in World War II: John W. Appel. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 433–436.  586
Mark Kanzer
Review of Neuropsychiatric Cases in the Southwest Pacific Area: David Rothschild. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CII, 1946, pp. 454–459.  586
Mark Kanzer
Determinism, 'Freedom', and Psychotherapy: Robert P. Knight. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 251–262.  586
S. Gabe
Psychotherapy of an Adolescent Catatonic Schizophrenia with Mutism. A Study in Empathy and Establishing Contact: Robert P. Knight. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 323–339.  587
S. Gabe
Observations on the Defense Against a Transference Neurosis: Joan Fleming. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 365–374.  587
S. Gabe
Some Observations on Character Structure in the Orient. II. the Chinese, Part Two: Weston La Barre. Psychiatry, IX, 1946, pp. 375–395.  588
S. Gabe
The Sense of Well-Being and its Relation to Clinical Improvement: O. Spurgeon English. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 137–144.  588
Ralph R. Greenson
Psychotherapy of a Phobia in a Pilot: Milton L. Miller. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 145–153.  589
Ralph R. Greenson
Amnesia with Spontaneous Recovery: A Case Report: K. R. Eissler and Jacob Siegel. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 154–159.  589
Ralph R. Greenson
Some Problems in Narcolepsy: With a Case Report: Nathan Roth. The Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, X, 1946, pp. 160–170.  589
Ralph R. Greenson
The War Blinded: By E. Wittkower and R. C. Davenport. Psychosomatic Med., VIII, 1946, pp. 121–137.  590
Martin Grotjahn
Emotional Factors in the Course of Pregnancy: Raymond Squier and Flanders Dunbar. Psychosomatic Med., VIII, 1946, pp. 161–175.  590
Martin Grotjahn
Countertransference in the Technique of Medical Practice: Bertram D. Lewin. Psychosomatic Med., VIII, 1946, pp. 195–199.  590
Martin Grotjahn
Childhood Schizophrenia: Lauretta Bender. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XVII, 1947, pp. 40–56.  591
Mark Kanzer
Activity and Aggression in Children: Edith Buxbaum. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XVII, 1947, pp. 161–166.  591
Mark Kanzer
Problems in Clinical Research: Round Table, 1946. Amer. J. of Orthopsychiatry, XVII, 1947, pp. 196–230.  591
Mark Kanzer
Age Patterning in Personality Development: Margaret Mead, Amer. J. Orthopsychiatry, XVII, 1947, pp. 231–240.  592
Mark Kanzer
Differential Dynamics of Activity and Interview Group Therapy: S. R. Slavson. Amer. J. Orthopsychiatry, XVII, 1947, pp. 293–302.  592
Mark Kanzer
Cerebral Blast Syndrome in Combat Soldiers: Howard D. Fabing. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVII, 1947, pp. 14–57.  593
Ralph R. Greenson
Objective Method for Distinguishing Sleep from the Hypnotic Trance: John B. Dynes. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVII, 1947, pp. 84–93.  593
Ralph R. Greenson
Abreaction in the Military Setting: Harold Rosen and Henry J. Mayers. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVII, 1947, pp. 161–172.  593
Ralph R. Greenson
Incidence of Combat Fatigue: Philip Solomon. Arch. of Neurology and Psychiatry, LVII, 1947, pp. 332–341.  593
Ralph R. Greenson
Principles of Psychotherapy in Latent Schizophrenia: Paul Federn. Amer. J. of Psychotherapy, I, 1947, pp. 129–144.  594
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