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Volume 24 (1955)

Fantasies of Menstruation in Men  1
Poul M. Faergeman, M.D.
The Mutual Adventures of Jonathan Swift and Lemuel Gulliver—A Study in Pathography  20
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
Notes on Oral Symbolism  63
Jacob A. Arlow, M.D.
A Unitary Hypothesis of Emotion: I. Anxiety, Emotions of Displeasure, and Affective Disorders  75
Abram Blau, M.D.
The Favorite Joke in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interviewing  104
Israel Zwerling, M.D.
On Aphasia (A Critical Study): By Sigmund Freud. Translated by E. Stengel. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1953. 105 pp.  115
Charles Davison
Female Sexuality: By Marie Bonaparte. Translated by John Rodker. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1953. 225 pp.  119
Rudolph M. Loewenstein
The Collected Papers of Otto Fenichel. First Series: Edited by Hanna Fenichel and David Rapaport. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, Inc., 1953. 408 pp.  120
Franz Alexander
The Yearbook of Psychoanalysis, Volume IX: Edited by Sandor Lorand, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1954. 350 pp.  123
Roger C. Hendricks
The Psychology of the Criminal Act and Punishment: By Gregory Zilboorg, M.D. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1954. 141 pp.  124
Edward Glover
The Psychiatrist—His Training and Development: Report on the 1952 Conference on Psychiatric Education, at Ithaca, New York, June 19-25, 1952. Organized and conducted by the American Psychiatric Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges. Washington: American Psychiatric Association, 1953. 214 pp.  128
Lawrence S. Kubie
Shame and Guilt. A Psychoanalytic and a Cultural Study: By Gerhart Piers, M.D. and Milton B. Singer, Ph.D. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C Thomas, 1953. 86 pp.  131
Sydney G. Biddle
The Haunting Melody. Psychoanalytic Experiences in Life and Music: By Theodor Reik. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, Inc., 1953. 376 pp.  134
Heinz Kohut
Existential Psychoanalysis: By Jean-Paul Sartre. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1953. 275 pp.  137
Herbert I. Harris
The Self in Psychotic Process: By John Weir Perry, M.D. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953. 158 pp.  138
Don D. Jackson
Group Work with the Aged: By Susan H. Kubie and Gertrude Landau. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1953. 214 pp.  140
H. Robert Blank
The Unconscious Origin of Berkeley's Philosophy: By John Oulton Wisdom. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1953. 244 pp.  142
William N. Evans
The Psychology of Personality: By Bernard Notcutt. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1953. 259 pp.  143
William N. Evans
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: On the Psychoanalytic Theory of Affects. David Rapaport. Pp. 177-198.  145
Alfred J. Siegman
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: A Note on Transference. Melitta Schmideberg. Pp. 199-201.  146
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Trama and Symptom Formation. Max M. Stern. Pp. 202-218.  147
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Twin Relationship and Womb Fantasy in a Case of Anxiety Hysteria. Hilda C. Abraham. Pp. 219-227.  148
Marjorie R. Leonard
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: The Metapsychology of the Hypnotic Dream. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 228-231.  149
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: On Street Fear. Milton L. Miller. Pp. 232-240.  150
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Some Observations on a Case of Vertigo. Charles Rycroft. Pp. 241-247.  150
Samuel P. Hunt
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Psychodynamics and Treatment of Petit Mal in Children. Melitta Sperling. Pp. 248-252.  151
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: The Scapegoat Motif in Society and Its Manifestations in a Therapeutic Group. F. Kraupl Taylor. Pp. 253-264.  152
Martin H. Orens
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: The Boy and the Dike. Alexander Grinstein. Pp. 265-270.  152
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: Animal Research and Psychiatric Theory. Frank A. Beach. Pp. 374-389.  153
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: Emotional Elevations of Blood Pressure in Trained Dogs: Possible Relation to Origin of Hypertension in Humans. C. M. Wilhelmj, Terence F. McGuire, John McDonough, E. B. Waldmann, H. H. McCarthy. Pp. 390-395.  153
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: The Role of Olfaction in Normal and Neurotic Behavior in Animals: Preliminary Report. Jules H. Masserman and Curtis Pechtel, with the assistance of Leon Schreiner. Pp. 396-404.  153
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: Experiments in the Substitution of Symptoms by Hypnosis, II. Philip F. D. Seitz. Pp. 405-424.  154
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: Some Patterns of Somatic Displacement. Joseph G. Kepecs. Pp. 425-432.  154
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: The Physiological Differentiation Between Fear and Anger in Humans. Albert F. Ax. Pp. 433-442.  154
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XV, 1953: Panel Discussion: Psychophysiological Properties of the Adrenal Cortex: Recent, Unpublished Advances.  155
Victor Calef
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Present Status of Organized Psychoanalysis in the United States. Robert P. Knight. Pp. 197-221.  156
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Studies on the Nature of Suggestion, Part I. Charles Fisher. Pp. 222-255.  156
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Psychoanalysis and Members of Minority Groups. Viola W. Bernard. Pp. 256-267.  157
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Countertransference and Counteridentification. Robert Fliess. Pp. 268-284.  157
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Fetishism. Robert C. Bak. Pp. 285-298.  158
Milton Gray
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Common Sources of Error and Confusion. S. R. Slavson. Pp. 3-28.  159
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Acting Out in Group Psychotherapy. Thea Bry. Pp. 42-48.  159
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Varieties of Group Therapy Patterns in a Child Guidance Service. Kate Friedlander. Pp. 59-65.  159
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Phases in Group Development in the Treatment of Drug Addicts. James J. Thorpe and Bernard Smith. Pp. 66-78.  160
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Comparison of Dreams in Individual and Group Psychotherapy. Eva Klein-Lipshutz. Pp. 143-149.  160
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Group Psychotherapy with Institutionalized Senile Women: Study in Gerontologic Human Relations. Maurice E. Linden. Pp. 150-170.  160
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: An Analysis of Co-Therapist Interaction in Group Psychotherapy. Adrian Solomon, Frank J. Loeffler, and George H. Frank. Pp. 171-180.  160
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Leadership Among Patients in Group Therapy. Richard Sears. Pp. 191-197.  161
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: An Experiment in Group Psychotherapy with Members of Mixed Minority Groups. Vita Sommers. Pp. 254-269.  161
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Group Techniques in Overcoming Medical Students' Resistance to Learning Psychiatry. Anthony S. Votos and Jules Glenn. Pp. 293-301.  161
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Therapeutic Group Work with Tuberculous Displaced Persons. Jack Adler. Pp. 302-308.  161
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Potential of Group Practices in Mental Hospitals. Donald M. Carmichael. Pp. 309-314.  161
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: On Different Types of Countertransference. Joachim Flescher. Pp. 357-372.  162
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Sources of Countertransference and Group Induced Anxiety. S. R. Slavson. Pp. 373-388.  162
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: The Position of the Group Therapist in Transference and Countertransference: An Experimental Study. Lewis H. Loeser and Thea Bry. Pp. 389-406.  163
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Special Aspects of Countertransference in Analytic Group Psychotherapy. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 407-416.  163
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Countertransference in the Group Psychotherapist. Samuel B. Hadden. Pp. 417-423.  164
 
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. III, 1953: Countertransference in 'Family-Pattern Group Psychotherapy'. Walter Schindler. Pp. 424-430.  164
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Sydney Geoffrey Biddle—1889-1954  165
 
Notes  165
Ruth S. Eissler, M.D.
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  166
Victor H. Rosen
Notes  167
 
Notes  167
 
Notes  167
 
Dream Psychology and the Analytic Situation  169
Bertram D. Lewin, M.D.
'It'S my Own Invention': A Special Screen Memory of Mr. Lewis Carroll, its Form and its History  200
Phyllis Greenacre, M.D.
On Weeping  245
Gert Heilbrunn, M.D.
A Psychoanalytic Study of Social-Mindedness  256
Otto E. Sperling, M.D.
The Stereotyped Western Story—Its Latent Meaning and Psychoeconomic Function  270
Warren J. Barker, M.D.
William H. Dunn—1898-1955  281
Phyllis Greenacre
The Origins of Psychoanalysis. Letters to Wilhelm Fliess, Drafts and Notes: 1887-1902: By Sigmund Freud. Edited by Marie Bonaparte, Anna Freud, and Ernst Kris. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1954. 486 pp.  284
Suzanne Cassirer Bernfeld
The Need to Believe: The Psychology of Religion. By Mortimer Ostow, M.D. and Ben-Ami Scharfstein, Ph.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1954. 162 pp.  291
G. Z.
The Integration of Behavior. Volume II. the Integrative Process in Dreams: By Thomas M. French, M.D. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954. 367 pp.  294
Richard Burnett
Psychanalyse De L'Artiste Et De Son Oeuvre (Psychoanalysis of the Artist and his Work): By Dr. N. N. Dracoulidès. Geneva: Collection Action et Pensée aux Editions du Mont-Blanc, 1952. 232 pp.  296
Margaret Naumburg
The Six Schizophrenias. Reaction Patterns in Children and Adults: By Samuel J. Beck, Ph.D. Introduction by Roy Grinker, M.D. and a chapter on Q methodology by Professor William Stephenson. New York: American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1954. 237 pp.  298
Gustav Bychowski
Maternal Dependency and Schizophrenia: By Joseph Abrahams, M.D. and Edith Varon. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1953. 240 pp.  300
Adelaide M. Johnson
Child Psychology: By Arthur T. Jersild, Ph.D. Fourth Edition. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1954. 676 pp.  302
H. Robert Blank
Your Child and his Problems. A Basic Guide for Parents: By Joseph D. Teicher, M.D. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1953. 302 pp.  304
G. Z.
Psychosomatic Case Book: By Roy R. Grinker, M.D. and Fred P. Robbins, M.D. New York: The Blakiston Co., Inc., 1954. 346 pp.  304
Adelaide M. Johnson
Essays on Sociology and Social Psychology  306
Fritz Schmidl
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Understanding the Paradox of Japanese Psychoanalysis. James Clark Moloney. Pp. 291-303.  308
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: Defensive Aspects of Orality. Lawrence J. Friedman. Pp. 304-312.  309
Victor H. Rosen
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: A Contribution to the Problem of Countertransference. Heinrich Racker. Pp. 313-324.  310
David Beres
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXIV, 1953: The Lure of the Forbidden. Emilio Servadio. Pp. 325-327.  310
Jule Eisenbud
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Some Notes on a Forgotten Religion. Thomas Freeman. Pp. 9-27.  311
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Some Atypical Forms of Impotence and Frigidity. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 29-47.  312
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Psychoanalytic Study of the Minor Prophet, Jonah. Hyman H. Fingert. Pp. 55-65.  312
Joseph Lander
American Journal of Psychiatry. CX, 1954. Countertransference in Freud's Rejection of Hypnosis. Jerome M. Schneck. Pp. 928-931.  313
Mark Kanzer
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954. The Phonetic-Associative Element in Thought Development and in Thought Imagination in the Dream. Marten N. Damstra. Pp. 24-56.  313
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954. Instinct of Self-Preservation and Neurosis. Siegfried Fischer. Pp. 253-263.  313
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954. Hostility and Psychotic Symptoms. Felix Cohen. Pp. 264-278.  314
Joseph Biernoff
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954. Techniques for Preventing Separation Trauma in Child Placement. Margaret W. Gerard and Rita Dukette. Discussant: Joseph C. Solomon. Pp. 111-127.  314
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Laughter in Psychiatric Staff Conferences: A Sociopsychiatric Analysis. Anne T. Goodrich, Jules Henry and D. Wells Goodrich. Pp. 175-184.  315
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: The Ego in Adolescence. Irene Josselyn. Pp. 223-237.  315
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Psychotherapeutic Techniques With Adolescents. Sidney Berman. Pp. 238-245.  315
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Delinquency and Control. Joseph J. Michaels. Pp. 258-265.  315
Mark Kanzer
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Vomiting in Pregnancy: A Psychiatric Study. William A. Harvey and Mary Jane Sherfey. Pp. 1-9.  316
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Psychosomatic Correlations in Certain Blood Dyscrasias. Ruth B. Benedict. Pp. 41-46.  316
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Psychodynamics of Peptic Ulcer Pathogenesis in Hospitalized Schizophrenic Patients. Melvin Myron Katz. Pp. 47-55.  316
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Diaphragmatic Flutter As a Manifestation of Hysteria. J. B. Harris, H. E. Hoff, and R. A. Wise. Pp. 56-66.  316
 
Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Some Somatic Considerations in Addison's Disease. Robert S. Wallerstein, Richard L. Sutherland, and Joseph Lyons. Pp. 67-75.  317
Joseph Weiss
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXIX, 1953: Language Behavior in Psychoneurotic Patients. Maria Lorenz and Stanley Cobb. Pp. 684-694.  317
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXIX, 1953: Psychodynamics in the Excessive Drinking of Alcohol. John W. Higgins. Pp. 713-726.  317
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXIX, 1953: Effect of Mephenesin Upon Anxiety. Stanley L. Block. Pp. 727-731.  318
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVIII, 1954: A Study of Administration of State Psychiatric Services. Raymond G. Fuller. Pp. 177-235.  318
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVIII, 1954: The Use of Masks as an Adjunct to Role-Playing. Penelope Pearl Pollaczek and Harold D. Homefield. Pp. 299-304.  318
 
Mental Hygiene. XXXVIII, 1954: Mental Hygiene and World Peace. Kilton Stewart. Pp. 387-403.  318
Joseph Lander
The Journal of Mental Science. C, 1954. The Early History of Psychoanalysis. Ernest Jones. Pp. 198-210.  319
Haskell F. Norman
The British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXVII, 1954. The Interrelations of Delinquency and Neurosis: The Analysis of Two Cases. Andrew Petö. Pp. 1-14.  320
Haskell F. Norman
Revista De Psicoanálisis. X, 1953. Screen Memory, Symptom, and Transference. Jose Luis Gonzalez. Pp. 277-307.  321
 
Brief Communications. Pp. 372-380. An Analytic Session with a Schizophrenic Patient. Gina Gioia and David Liberman.  322
 
Brief Communications. Pp. 372-380. The Psychoanalytic Clinic in London. Fidias R. Cesio.  322
 
Brief Communications. Pp. 372-380. Some Meanings of Ornamentation and of the Genesis of Plastic Art. Angel Garma. Pp. 399-421.  322
 
Brief Communications. Pp. 372-380. Asthma, Abandonment, and Birth Trauma. Jose Luis Gonzalez. Pp. 422-432.  323
 
Brief Communications. Pp. 372-380. Reaction to an Incomplete Interpretation in the Analysis of a Psychotic Child. Diego Garcia Reinoso. Pp. 433-438.  323
Gabriel De La Vega
Notes  324
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  324
Henry F. Marasse
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  325
Victor H. Rosen
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  327
Harry Joseph
Notes  328
 
Letters to the Editor  329
Robert Fliess, M.D.
Notes  329
Maurice Natanson
The Unconscious Need to be an Only Child  331
May E. Romm, M.D.
The Choice of Language in Polyglot Psychoanalysis  343
E. Eduardo Krapf, M.D.
Etiology and Treatment of Sleep Disturbances in Children  358
Melitta Sperling, M.D.
Vicissitudes of the Dream Screen and the Isakower Phenomenon  369
Angel Garma, M.D.
A Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Study of Brain Function—Ii. the Temporal Lobes III. Synthesis  383
Mortimer Ostow, M.D.
On the Naming of Tom Sawyer  424
William G. Barrett, M.D.
The Early Years of Life. A Psychoanalytic Study: By Alice Balint. Preface by Anna Freud. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1954. 149 pp.  437
Charles Brenner
Primary Love and Psychoanalytic Technique: By Michael Balint, M.D., Ph.D., M.Sc. London: The Hogarth Press, Ltd. and The Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1952. 288 pp.  438
William N. Evans
The Annual Survey of Psychoanalysis, Volume II, 1951. a Comprehensive Survey of Current Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice: Edited by John Frosch, M.D., in collaboration with Nathaniel Ross, M.D.; Sidney Tarachow, M.D.; Jacob A. Arlow, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1954. 724 pp.  440
William F. Murphy
Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique: By Trygve Braatφy, M.D. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1954. 404 pp.  441
Leon J. Saul
Introduction to Psychiatry: By O. Spurgeon English, M.D. and Stuart M. Finch, M.D. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1954. 621 pp.  442
Martin H. Stein
Wartime Psychiatry: Edited by Nolan D. C. Lewis, M.D. and Bernice Engle, M.A. New York: Oxford University Press, 1954. 952 pp.  445
Mark Kanzer
Motivation and Personality: By A. H. Maslow. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954. 411 pp.  447
Jacob A. Arlow
The Third Revolution. A Study of Psychiatry and Religion: By Karl Stern, M.D. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1954. 306 pp.  448
Mortimer Ostow
The Construction of Reality in the Child: By Jean Piaget. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1954. 386 pp.  450
Victor H. Rosen
Beethoven and his Nephew. A Psychoanalytic Study of their Relationship: By Editha and Richard Sterba, M.D. New York: Pantheon Books, Inc., 1954. 351 pp.  453
Heinz Kohut
The Redeemers. A Saga of the Years 1945-1952: By Leo W. Schwarz. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, Inc., 1953. 385 pp.  455
Paul Friedman
People of Plenty. Economic Abundance and the American Character: By David M. Potter. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1954. 219 pp.  456
Warner Muensterberger
The Unwritten Law in Albania: By Margaret Hasluck. Edited by J. H. Hutton. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1954. 285 pp.  457
Martin Grotjahn
Why We Became Doctors: Edited by Noah D. Fabricant, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1954. 182 pp.  457
Martin Grotjahn
The Structure of Society: By Marion J. Levy, Jr. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1952. 584 pp.  458
Harold D. Lasswell
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Evaluation of the Results of Psychoanalytic Treatment. Herman Nunberg. Pp. 2-7.  459
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Autopsic Encumbrance. Robert Fliess. Pp. 8-12.  459
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: On Micropsia. Ernst Lewy. Pp. 13-19.  460
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Pathological Sleep. Brian Bird. Pp. 20-29.  460
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: On the Principal Obscene Word of the English Language. Leo Stone. Pp. 30-56.  461
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Biological Remarks on Fears Originating in Early Childhood. Lajos Székely. Pp. 57-67.  461
Joseph Lander
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Reconstruction and Screen Function. Norman Reider. Pp. 389-405.  461
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Disorder of Depression and Elation. A Clinical Study of the Changes From One State to the Other. Gregory Rochlin. Pp. 438-457.  462
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: On the Psychodynamics of Teasing. Samuel J. Sperling. Pp. 458-483.  462
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Problem of Latent Psychosis. Gustav Bychowski. Pp. 484-503.  463
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Interchangeability of Phallus and Female Genital. Leo Rangell. Pp. 504-509.  463
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Man Suffering With Ulcerative Colitis. Mary McKinniss Cushing. Pp. 510-519.  463
 
Panel Reports—Midwinter Meeting, 1952. Pp. 526-574. I. The Traditional Psychoanalytic Technique and Its Variations. Phyllis Greenacre, Franz Alexander, Edith Weighert, Robert Waelder.  464
 
Panel Reports—Midwinter Meeting, 1952. Pp. 526-574. II. Problems of Identification. Ralph Greenson, Annie Reich, Edith Jacobson.  464
 
Panel Reports—Midwinter Meeting, 1952. Pp. 526-574. III. The Essentials of Psychotherapy as Viewed by the Psychoanalyst. Adelaide M. Johnson, Chairman; O. Spurgeon English, Reporter.  465
 
Panel Reports—Midwinter Meeting, 1952. Pp. 526-574. IV. Problems of Hypertension. Maurice Levine, Chairman; Nathan W. Ackerman, Reporter.  466
Herbert Aldendorff
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Emotion, Instinct, and Pain-Pleasure. A. Chapman Isham. Pp. 99-113.  466
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. The Alterations of Ego Functioning After Topectomy. James P. Cattell. Pp. 114-121.  466
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954. Psychosomatic Aspects of Pain. Howard F. Gloyne. Pp. 135-159.  466
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: Dynamic Factors in Pruritus Ani: Case Report. Martin A. Berezin. Pp. 160-172.  467
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The Myths of Narcissus. Hyman Spotnitz and Philip Resnikoff. Pp. 173-181.  467
Joseph Lander
American Journal of Psychiatry. CXI, 1954: Changes in Symbolic Expression With Amytal Sodium. Edwin A. Weinstein and Sidney Malitz. Pp. 198-206.  468
Mark Kanzer
American Journal of Psychiatry. CXI, 1954: Psychiatric Consultations. Leo H. Bartemeier. Pp. 364-365.  468
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CXI, 1954: Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia. Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Pp. 410-419.  468
 
American Journal of Psychiatry. CXI, 1954: The Changing Concept of Man in Present-Day Psychiatry. Gregory Zilboorg. Pp. 445-448.  468
Richard Burnett
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: On Moods and Introjects. Ralph R. Greenson. Pp. 1-11.  469
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: Countertransference in the Training Analyst. Therese Benedek. Pp. 12-16.  469
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: Diagnostic Criteria in Childhood Schizophrenia. Seymour Friedman. Pp. 41-51.  470
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: Schizophrenic Behavior After Brain Injury. Dorothy D. Fuller. Pp. 52-58.  470
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: Contributions of Psychoanalysis to American Psychiatry. Karl A. Menninger. Pp. 85-91.  471
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XVIII, 1954: Some Psychiatric Problems in the Rehabilitation of the Blind. Louis Cholden. Pp. 107-112.  471
Lincoln Rahman
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Childhood Schizophrenia. Round Table, 1953. Herbert H. Herskovitz, Chairman; Alfred M. Freedman, Rudolf Ekstein, Melitta Sperling, Abraham A. Fabian. Discussants: George E. Gardner, Samuel Kaplan, Margaret S. Mahler, Leo Kanner. Pp. 484-528.  472
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Consistency of Affect and Symbolic Expression. A Comparison Between Dreams and Rorschach Responses. Hedda Bolgar. Discussant: Samuel J. Beck. Pp. 538-545.  472
 
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Observations on the Development of Transvestitism in Boys. Maurice R. Friend, Louise Schiddel, Betty Klein, Dorothy Dunaeff. Discussant: Elizabeth A. Bremner. Pp. 563-575.  472
Mark Kanzer
American Journal of Orthospychiatry. XXIV, 1954: Prolonged Adolescence: The Formulation of a Syndrome and Its Therapeutic Implications. Peter Blos. Pp. 733-742.  473
Richard Burnett
Journal of the Hillside Hospital. III, 1954: Jacob's Dream: With Some Remarks on Ladder and River Symbolism. William G. Niederland. Pp. 73-97.  473
Paul Friedman
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XVI, 1952: Psychosomatic Disturbances Occurring in the Course of an Analysis (A Study of Factors That Determined Their Localization). Michel Fain. Pp. 468-494.  474
Morris Grayson
Eugenics Review. XLV, 1954: Personality Differences and Neurotic Traits in Normal Twin School Children: A Study in Psychiatric Genetics. James Shields. Pp. 213-246.  474
Marjorie R. Leonard
Archivos Del Hospital Universitario (Havana, Cuba). VI, 1954, No. 1: Psychotherapy of Psychosis: A Comparative Study. Oscar Sagredo.  475
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  476
Manuel Stapen
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  477
Herbert H. Waldhorn
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  478
Morton M. Golden
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  480
Joseph Lander
Notes  482
Bertram D. Lewin, M.D.
The Impostor—Contribution to Ego Psychology of a Type of Psychopath  483
Helene Deutsch, M.D.
Etiology and Therapy of Overt Homosexuality  506
Lawrence C. Kolb, M.D. and Adelaide M. Johnson, M.D.
Homosexuality and the Paranoid Psychoses as Related to the Concept of Narcissism  516
David Grauer, Ph.D.
Acting out Versus Insight: A Problem in Psychoanalytic Technique  527
William V. Silverberg, M.D.
The Number 13 as a Castration Fantasy  545
Simon Rothenberg, M.D. and Arthur B. Brenner
Failure to Understand Humor  560
Jacob Levine, Ph.D. and Fredrick C. Redlich, M.D.
Psychoanalysis: Practical and Research Aspects: By Willi Hoffer, M.D. (Abraham Flexner Lectures: Series No. 12.) Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Co., 1955. 102 pp.  573
Adelaide M. Johnson
Psychoanalytic Psychiatry and Psychology. Clinical and Theoretical Papers: Edited by Robert P. Knight, M.D. and Cyrus R. Friedman, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1954. 391 pp.  574
William G. Barrett
An Outline of a Comparative Pathology of the Neuroses: By Ludwig Eidelberg, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1954. 263 pp.  577
Bernhard Berliner
An Object Relations Theory of the Personality: By W. Ronald D. Fairbairn, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1954. 312 pp.  577
Alexander Bromley
Génesis Psicosomática Y Tratamiento De Las Úlceras Gástricas Y Duodenales (The Psychosomatic Genesis and Treatment of Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers): By Ángel Garma, M.D. Buenos Aires: Editorial Nova, 1954. 239 pp.  580
Nicholas Young
Sex and Morality: By Abram Kardiner, M.D. New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 1954. 266 pp.  581
William F. Murphy
Emotions and Bodily Changes. Fourth Edition with Supplementary Material and Additional Bibliography: By Flanders Dunbar, M.D. New York: Colubmia University Press, 1954. 1192 pp.  584
Roger G. Hendricks
Suttering. A Psychodynamic Approach to its Understanding and Treatment: By Dominick A. Barbara, M.D. New York: The Julian Press, Inc., 1954. 304 pp.  586
I. Peter Glauber
The Voice of Neurosis: By Paul J. Moses, M.D. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 1954. 131 pp.  587
I. Peter Glauber
Handbook of Social Psychology: Edited by Gardner Lindzey. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc., 1954. Two volumes, 1226 pp.  590
William N. Evans
The Mental Hospital: By Alfred H. Stanton, M.D. and Morris S. Schwartz, Ph.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1954. 492 pp.  591
Winfred Overholser
The Emotional Problems of Children. A Guide for Parents: By Harry Joseph, M.D. and Gordon Zern. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1954. 310 pp.  592
Marjorie R. Leonard
Symbolic Wounds. Puberty Rites and the Envious Male: By Bruno Bettelheim. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1954. 286 pp.  593
Warner Muensterberger
Developments in the Rorschach Technique. Vol. I: Technique and Theory: By Bruno Klopfer, Mary D. Ainsworth, Walter G. Klopfer, and Robert R. Holt. Yonkers, New York: World Book Co., 1954. 726 pp.  595
Gertrud M. Kurth
The Human Animal: By Weston La Barre. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1954. 372 pp.  597
Martin Grotjahn
Werther, Mischkin, Y Joaquin Monegro: Trilogia Patografica Hecha Por Un Psiquiatra (Werther, Mischkin, and Joaquin Monegro: Three Studies of Psychopathology): By M. Cabaleiro Goas, M.D. Barcelona, Spain: Ed. Apolo, 1951. 310 pp.  599
Gabriel De La Vega
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Freud's Early Travels. Ernest Jones. Pp. 81-84.  600
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: A Re-Evaluation of Freud's Book 'On Aphasia'. Its Significance for Psychoanalysis. E. Stengel. Pp. 85-89.  600
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Freud's Fundamental Psychiatric Orientation. Gregory Zilboorg. Pp. 90-94.  600
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Therapeutic Criteria of Psychoanalysis. Edward Glover. Pp. 95-101.  601
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: On Psychotic Identifications. Edith Jacobson. Pp. 102-108.  601
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Fault of Orpheus in Reverse. Marie Bonaparte. Pp. 109-112.  602
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Notes on the Theory of Schizophrenia. W. R. Bion. Pp. 113-118.  602
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Importance of the Nonpsychotic Part of the Personality in Schizophrenia. M. Katan. Pp. 119-128.  602
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Schizophrenic Defense Against Aggression. Robert C. Bak. Pp. 129-134.  602
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Considerations Regarding the Psychoanalytic Approach to Acute and Chronic Schizophrenia. Herbert Rosenfeld. Pp. 135-140.  603
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Notes Upon Defects of Ego Structure in Schizophrenia. K. R. Eissler. Pp. 141-146.  603
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: On the Handling of Some Schizophrenic Defense Mechanisms and Reaction Patterns. Gustav Bychowski. Pp. 147-153.  603
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Therapy of Schizophrenia. H. G. Van Der Waals. Pp. 154-156.  604
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Analytic Training and Training Analysis. Michael Balint. Pp. 157-162.  604
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Problems of the Training Analysis. Paula Heimann. Pp. 163-168.  604
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Training Analysis and Its Place in Psychoanalytic Training. Grete L. Bibring. Pp. 169-173.  605
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Therapeutic Problems in the Analysis of the 'Normal' Candidate. Maxwell Gitelson. Pp. 174-183.  605
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Problems of Psychoanalytic Training. Jeanne Lampl-De Groot. Pp. 184-187.  605
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Some Remarks on Defenses, Autonomous Ego and Psychoanalytic Technique. Rudolph M. Loewenstein. Pp. 188-193.  606
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Defensive Process and Defensive Organization: Their Place in Psychoanalytic Technique. W. Hoffer. Pp. 194-198.  606
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: A Psychoanalytic Study of Pregnancy in an 'As-If' Personality. Leo H. Bartemeier. Pp. 214-218.  606
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Headache and Primal Scene. Danilo Perestrello. Pp. 219-223.  606
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: A Revision of the Classification of Instincts or Drives. David Brunswick. Pp. 224-228.  607
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: A Typical Dream Sensation and Its Meaning. Alfred Winterstein. Pp. 229-233.  607
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: A New Hypothesis Concerning the Relationship of Libidinal and Aggressive Instincts. W. Clifford M. Scott. Pp. 234-237.  607
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Countertransference and Self-Analysis of the Psychoanalyst. Edith Weigert. Pp. 242-246.  608
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Dynamics of Training Analysis. Nils Nielsen. Pp. 247-249.  608
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: The Difficulties of Didactic Psychoanalysis in Relation to Therapeutic Psychoanalysis. S. Nacht. Pp. 250-253.  608
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: About the Relation Between Psychoanalytic Training and Psychoanalytic Therapy. Martin Grotjahn. Pp. 254-262.  608
 
International Journal of Psychoanalysis. XXXV, 1954: Group Analytic Observation as Indicator for Psychoanalytic Treatment. S. H. Foulkes. Pp. 263-266.  609
Joseph Lander
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Studies on the Nature of Suggestion, Part II. Charles Fisher. Pp. 406-437.  609
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Freud's Studies on Cocaine, 1884-1887. Siegfried Bernfeld. Pp. 581-613.  609
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Federn's Ego Psychology and Its Application to Agoraphobia. Edoardo Weiss. Pp. 614-628.  610
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Cultural Factors in Psychoanalytic Therapy. George Devereux. Pp. 629-655.  610
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: Orality in the Hysterical Personality. Judd Marmor. Pp. 656-671.  611
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Ear, Listening and Hearing. Peter Hobart Knapp. Pp. 672-689.  611
 
Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. I, 1953: The Role of Perception in the Mechanism of Denial. Louis Linn. Pp. 690-705.  611
Milton Gray
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The Image of the Heart and the Synergic Principle in Psychoanalysis (Psychosynergy). Daniel E. Schneider. Pp. 197-215.  612
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The Psychogensis of Empathy. David A. Stewart. Pp. 216-228.  613
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The 'Masculinity Complex' as a Defense Against Pregenital Conflict. George J. Wayne. Pp. 229-245.  613
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: Pathological Stealing as a Reparative Move of the Ego. Charles W. Socarides. Pp. 246-252.  613
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: 'Making a Case'-Type of Depression—A Predictable Test-Mechanism in Psychotherapy. Edmund Bergler. Pp. 253-257.  614
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: The Handling of Relatives in the Psychoanalytic Situation. Eric P. Mosse. Pp. 258-262.  614
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: Ego Oriented Resistance Analysis. Thomas Hora. Pp. 263-266.  614
 
The Psychoanalytic Review. XLI, 1954: Some Hypotheses on the Psychology of Travel. Maurice L. Farber. Pp. 267-271.  614
Joseph Lander
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954: Revival of Early Memories with the Appearance of Primitive Defense Reactions Including Aphthous Mouth Ulcers, Muscle Tensing and Urticaria. R. C. Robertiello. Pp. 410-415.  615
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954: Emotional Problems of the Middle-Aged Man. Otto Billig and Robert Adams. Pp. 442-452.  615
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954: Evil Eye in Myth and Schizophrenia. Garfield Tourney and Dean J. Plazak. Pp. 478-495.  615
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954: Neurosis, A Negative of Perversion? Ludwig Eidelberg. Pp. 607-612.  616
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XXVIII, 1954: The Psychology of Sentimentality. Theodore Branfman. Pp. 624-634.  616
Joseph Biernoff
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953. Morphology of the Testes in Schizophrenia. Garfield Tourney, Warren O. Nelson, and Jacques S. Gottlieb. Pp. 240-253.  617
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953. Language as Expressive Behavior. Maria Lorenz. Pp. 277-285.  617
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953. Dynamics of the Cure in Psychiatry. Iago Galdston, Pp. 286-298.  617
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953. Relation Between Personality Factors and Fatigue in Severe Poliomyelitis. Jacob H. Conn. Pp. 310-316.  618
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953: Anxiety and Depressive States Treated with Isonicotinyl Hydrazide (Isoniazid). Harry M. Salzer and Max L. Lurie. Pp. 317-324.  618
 
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. LXX, 1953: Effects of Intensive Psychotherapy on Epileptic Children. Louis A. Gottschalk. Pp. 361-384.  619
Leo Rangell
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954. A Contribution to a Systematic Theory of Group Psychotherapy. S. R. Slavson. Pp. 3-27.  619
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Group Psychotherapy with Alcoholics in Conjunction with Antabuse Treatment. Henry Greenbaum. Pp. 30-41.  620
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: The Effect of Combined Therapy on the Productivity of Patients. Edrita Fried. Pp. 42-55.  620
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Observations Concerning the Use of Group Psychotherapy in a Voluntary Mental Hospital: Effects of Group Psychotherapy on the Training of Residents. Joseph S. A. Miller, Simon Kwalwasser, and Aaron Stein. Pp. 86-94.  620
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Some Structural Problems in the Relations of Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy. Nathan W. Ackerman. Pp. 131-145.  621
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Group Psychotherapy with Male Stutterers. Morris W. Brody and Saul I. Harrison. Pp. 154-162.  621
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Group Treatment of Chronic Patients in a Child Guidance Clinic. Abraham A. Fabian. Pp. 243-252.  621
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954  621
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: The Significance of Dual Leadership in Gerontologic Group Psychotherapy: Studies in Gerontologic Human Relations, III. Maurice E. Linden. Pp. 262-273.  622
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: The Use of 'Diagnostic' Groups in a Group Therapy Program. Anthony R. Stone, Morris B. Parloff and Jerome D. Frank. Pp. 274-284.  622
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Application of Group Psychotherapy Principles to Nonstructured Groups. Fanny Amster. Pp. 285-292.  622
 
The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. IV, 1954: Some Specific Features of Group Psychotherapy and Their Implications for Selection of Patients. Mervin B. Freedman and Blanche S. Sweet. Pp. 355-368.  622
Geraldine Pederson-Krag
Journal of Mental Science. C, 1954  623
 
Journal of Mental Science. C, 1954. Scientific Psychopathology and Religious Issues. Gregory Zilboorg. Pp. 402-410.  624
Haskell F. Norman
Notes  625
 
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  625
Irwin Solomon
Notes  627
 
Notes  627
 
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