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Volume 68 (1999)

Issue 1
Race, Culture, and Psychotherapy: Transference to Minority Therapists  1
Nadine M. Tang, M.S.W. and Jacquelyn Gardner, Ph.D.
A Conjoint Phase of Treatment Involving a Severely Disturbed Adolescent Boy and his Father  21
Arnold Wilson, Ph.D.
The Development of Time Sense in Middle Adulthood  52
Calvin A. Colarusso, M.D.
What the Analyst Does Not Hear  84
Lee Grossman, M.D.
Sleeping and Dreaming on the Couch Viewed From the Perspective of Compromise Formation Theory  99
Arden Rothstein, Ph.D.
Secret Weapon  110
Paola Mieli
Terms of Endearment in Clinical Analysis  119
Karen Fitzpatrick, M.D.
Tradition and Change in Psychoanalysis: Roy Schafer. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc., 1997. 271 pp.  129
Theo L. Dorpat
Jacques Lacan: Elisabeth Roudinesco Translated by Barbara Bray. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. 574 pp.  131
Richard B. Simpson
The Talking Cure: The Science Behind Psychotherapy: Susan C. Vaughan, M. D. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1997. 208 pp.  134
Alfred Margulies
Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science: A Multiple Code Theory: Wilma Bucci New York/London: The Guilford Press, 1997. 362 pp.  136
Alan Pollack
L'Enfant Et Le Psychanalyste. La Question De La Technique Dans La Psychanalyse Des Enfants. (The Child and the Psychoanalyst. The Question of Technique in Child Psychoanalysis.): Antonino Ferro Translated from Italian by Patrick and Danièle Faugeras. Ramonville Saint-Agne: Editions Erès, 1997. 248 pp.  139
Marion M. Oliner
Recovered Memories of Trauma: Transferring the Present to the Past: C. Brooks Brenneis, Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc., 1997. 204 pp.  141
Lawrence J. Brown
The Seed of Madness. Constitution, Environment, and Fantasy in the Organization of the Psychotic Core: Vamik D. Volkan and Salman Akhtar, Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc., 1997. 213 pp.  143
Melvin Singer
The Inward Eye. Psychoanalysts Reflect on Their Lives and Work: Laurie W. Raymond and Susan Rosbrow-Reich, Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Anaytic Press, 1997. 478 pp.  146
Peter Buckley
Eros of the Impossible. The History of Psychoanalysis in Russia: Alexander Etkind, Translated by Noah and maria Rubins. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1997. 408 pp.  147
Paul Roazen
Revista de Psicoanlisis. (Argentina) Special International Issue, 1995: The Body
Body, Signification, and Language: Jorge L. Ahumada. Pp. 9-30.  149
Irene Cairo Chiarandini
Does the Body Speak? Teresa Bolańos. Pp. 41-58.  150
Irene Cairo Chiarandini
The Body in Psychoanalysis: Rodolfo A. D'Alvia. Pp. 119-127.  151
Irene Cairo Chiarandini
Body and Somatic Event. Prehistory and Potential for Repetition: José F.. Fischbein. Pp. 131-151.  152
Irene Cairo Chiarandini
American Imago. LII, 1995.
The Affirmation of Primary Repression Rethought: Reflections on the State of the Self in Its Unconscious Relational World: Anthony Eliott. Pp. 55-79.  153
Thomas Acklin
Lacan and the Ostrich: Desire and Narration in Bunñuel's Le Fantôme de la Liberté: Reynold Humphries. Pp. 191-203.  154
Thomas Acklin
Innerspace: A Spectacular Voyage to the Heart of Identity: Robert Lang. Pp. 205-235.  154
Thomas Acklin
The Jewish and German Roots of Psychoanalysis and the Impact of the Holocaust: Martin S. Bergmann. Pp. 243-259.  155
Thomas Acklin
The Internalization of Nazism and Its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and Their Patients: Volker Friedrich. Pp. 261-279.  155
Thomas Acklin
The Intergenerational Taboo of Nazism: A Response and Elaboration of Volker Friedrich's Paper, “Internalization of Nazism and Its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and Their Patients.” Harold P. Blum. Pp. 281-289.  155
Thomas Acklin
In the Aftermath of Nazi-Germany: Alexander Mitscherlich and Psychoanalysis —Legend and Legacy: Karen Brecht. Pp. 291-312.  155
Thomas Acklin
The Presence of the Past—Xenophobia and Right-Wing Extremism in the Federal Republic of Germany: Psychoanalytic Reflections: Werner Bohleber. Pp. 329-344.  156
Thomas Acklin
H.D.'s Post-Freudian Cultural Analysis: Nike versus Oedipus: Katherine Arens. Pp. 359-404.  156
Thomas Acklin
“Desire Pronounced and/Punctuated”: Lacan and the Fate of the Poetic Subject: David Kellogg. Pp. 405-437.  157
Thomas Acklin
Recasting Moses: Narrative and Drama in the Dumbshow of Freud's “The Moses of Michelangelo.” David Wagenknecht. Pp. 439-461.  157
Thomas Acklin
Guys and Dolls: Exploratory Repetition and Maternal Subjectivity in the Fort/Da Game: Jay Watson. Pp. 463-503.  157
Thomas Acklin
Issue 2
On the Question of Self-Disclosure by the Analyst: Error or Advance in Technique?  159
Theodore Jacobs, M.D.
Getting Cold Feet, Defining “Safe-Enough” Borders: Dissociation, Multiplicity, and Integration in the Analyst's Experience  184
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Self-Envy and Intrapsychic Interpretation  209
Rafael E. López-Corvo, M.D.
Enactments: An Intersubjective Perspective  220
Raymond J. Friedman, M.D. and Joseph M. Natterson, M.D.
Boundaries as Pre-Conditions  248
Arnold Goldberg, M.D.
Counteridentification, Comprehensive Countertransference, and Therapeutic Action: Toward Resolving the Intrapsychic-Interactional Dichotomy  264
David B. Feinsilver, M.D.
Melting the Darkness. The Dyad and Principles of Clinical Practice: Warren S. Poland, M.D. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., 1996. 296 pp.  304
Sheldon M. Goodman
A Meeting of Minds. Mutuality in Psychoanalysis: Lewis Aron Ph.D. Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1996. 292 pp.  307
Evelyne Albrecht Schwaber
Intimate Attachments. Toward a New Self Psychology: Morton Shane, M.D.; Estelle Shane, Ph.D.; and Mary Gales, M.D. New York/London: The Guilford Press, 1997. 242 pp.  310
Ernest S. Wolf
Unformulated Experience. From Dissociation to Imagination in Psychoanalysis: Donnel B. Stern, Hillsdale, NJ/London: The analytic Press, 1997. 293 pp.  313
Howard B. Levine
Depth-Psychological Understanding. The Methodologic Grounding of Clinical Interpretations: Philip F.D., Rubovits-Seitz, Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1998. 464 pp.  317
Sydney E. Pulver
The Artist and the Emotional World. Creativity and Personality: John E. Gedo, New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. 255 pp.  318
Theodore J. Jacobs
The Shame Response to Rejection: Herbert Thomas M.D. Sewickley, PA: Albanel Publishers, 1997. 55 pp.  320
Thomas Acklin, Ph.D.
Transformations. Countertransference During the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Incest Real and Imagined: Elaine V. Siegel, Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1996. 193 pp.  322
Barry J. Landau
The Adolescent Psyche: Richard Frankel, New York: Routledge, 1998. 243 pp.  324
Maryelizabeth Forman
Unauthorized Freud. Doubters Confront a Legend: Frederick C. Crews, New York: Viking, 1998.331 pp.  330
Ernest Kafka
Freud and The Bolsheviks. Psychoanalysis in Imperial Russia and The Soviet Union: Martin A. Miller. New Haven/London: Yale University Press, 1998. 237 pp.  334
Paul Roazen
Sexual Orientation. Toward Biological Understanding: Lee Ellis and Linda Ebertz. Westport, CT/London: Praeger, 1997. 276 pp.  336
Ruth S. Fischer
The Psychohistory Review. XXIV, 1995/96  340
Thomas Acklin
Forum Der Psychoanalyse. Zeitschrift Für Klinische Theorie und Praxis. XI, 1995  342
Thomas Acklin
Issue 3
Oedipus, Darwin, and Freud: One Big, Happy Family?  347
Daniel Morehead, M.D.
Knowing Another From a Dynamic Systems Point of View: The Need for a Multimodal Concept of Empathy  376
George Ganick Fishman, M.D.
Conviction and Conversion: The Role of Shared Fantasies About Analysis  401
Zenobia Grusky, Ph.D.
On the Therapist's Reverie and Containing Function  431
Grigoris Vaslamatzis, M.D.
An Intersubjective Approach to Entitlement  441
Richard M. Billow, Ph.D.
Obsolete Terminology Constricts Imaginative Thinking  462
Marianne Goldberger, M.D.
Diversity and Direction in Psychoanalytic Technique: Fred Pine. New Haven, CT/London: Yale University Press, 1998. 224 pp.  469
Jean-Paul Pegeron
Influence and Autonomy in Psychoanalysis: Stephen A. Mitchell. Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1997. 292 pp.  472
Howard B. Levine
Therapy or Coercion? Does Psychoanalysis Differ from Brainwashing? R. D. Hinshelwood. London: Karnac Books, 1997. 249 pp.  475
Daniel S. Papernik
Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False? Joseph Sandler and Peter Fonagy. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc., 1997. 250 pp.  476
Lawrence J. Brown
Open Minded: Working Out the Logic of the Soul: Jonathan Lear. Cambridge, MA/London: Harvard University Press, 1998.345 pp.  479
Jon Mills
Symbolization: Proposing a Developmental Paradigm for a New Psychoanalytic Theory of Mind: Anna Aragano Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1997. 435 pp.  483
Eileen A. Kohutis
Fantasies of Love and Death in Life and Art: A Psychological Study of the Normal and the Pathological: Helen K. Gediman. New York/London: New York University Press, 1995. 214 pp.  487
Laurie Wilson
Rivista Di Psicoanalisi. XLII, 1, 1996
Intrasubjective and Unconscious Origin of the Experience of Self as an Individual: Carla De Toffoli. Pp. 79-93  492
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
Is There Still a Space for the Patient's Individuality? Vincenzo Bonaminio. Pp. 97-110  492
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
Secret Identity: Routes of Contemporary Femininity: Emma Piccioli and Giangaetano Bartolomei. Pp. 9-32  493
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
Imitation, Representation, Identification: Their Role in Development and Transfer: Mauro Mancia. Pp. 225-247  493
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
Psychic Strategies Towards Self-Destruction: Notes on Self-Destructive Behavior: Franco De Masi. Pp. 549-566  494
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
New Interpretative Hypothesis of the Trauma Concept: Giampaolo Kluzer. Pp. 405-423  494
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
“Please, Close Your Eyes (Eye)”: Notes on Acting and Remembering: Francesco Barale. Pp. 425-454  495
Antonino Ferro and Maurizio Collovà
Issue 4
The Boy in the Iron Mask: Superego Issues in the Analysis of a Two-Year-Old Encopretic  497
Alan Sugarman, Ph.D.
Playing One's Cards Face up in Analysis: An Approach to the Problem of Self-Disclosure  521
Owen Renik, M.D.
Some Implications of the Analyst Feeling Disturbed While Working with Disturbed Patients  541
Arnold Rothstein, M.D.
Reversing the Negative Cycle: Interpreting the Mutual Influence of Adaptive, Self-Protective Measures in the Couple  559
David A. Berkowitz, M.D.
The Wise Baby as the Voice of the True Self  585
Faith Bethelard, PSY.D. and Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Ph.D.
Oedipus Again: A Critical Study of Charles Laughton's the Night of the Hunter  611
Stephen F. Bauer, M.D.
Internal Objects Revisited: Joseph Sandler and Anne-Marie Sandler Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 1998. 169 pp.  639
Gerald I. Fogel
The Contemporary Kleinians of London: Roy Schafer. Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 1997. 441 pp.  643
James S. Grotstein
Ideas and Identities: The Life and Work of Erik Erikson: Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D. and Leo Goldberger, Ph.D. Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 1999.411 pp.  648
John Munder Ross
Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man: Jack Dresche Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 1998. 373 pp.  653
Richard C. Friedman
Clinical Understanding: Gail S. Reed. Northvale, NJ/London: Aronson, 1996. 312 pp.  658
William E. Bernstein
Working Intersubjectively: Contextualism in Psychoanalytic Practice: Donna M. Orange, George E. Atwood, and Robert D. Stolorow. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 1997. 104 pp.  661
Harold R. Galef
Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis. IV, 1, 1996
Guntrip's Contribution: An Analysis of His Major Departure from Fairbairn: Morgan E. Forbes. Pp. 149-165  668
Gabriela Legorreta
Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis. IV, 2, 1996
Analysis, Mutual Analysis, and Self-Analysis: On the Interplay of Minds in the Analytic Process: Theodore J. Jacobs. Pp. 255-277  669
Gabriela Legorreta
Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis. V, 1, 1997
Destruo Ergo Sum: Towards a Psychoanalytic Understanding of Sadism: Arthur Leonoff. Pp. 95-112  670
Gabriela Legorreta
Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis. V, 2, 1997
Grünbaum on Psychoanalysis: Effective Treatment or Placebo? Mary Anne Phillips and David G. Phillips. Pp. 243-260  671
Gabriela Legorreta
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