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List of Articles


Volume 2 (1973)

Issue 1
Acknowledgments  vii
 
Preface  xi
 
1 New Perspectives on Psychoanalysis
Is Psychoanalysis Relevant?  3
George S. Klein, Ph.D.
2 Clinical Psychoanalysis
A Technical Device in Psychoanalysis and its Implications for a Scientific Psychotherapy  25
Donald M. Kaplan, Ph.D.
On Resistance to the Psychoanalytic Process: Some Thoughts on Its Nature and Motivations  42
Leo Stone, M.D.
3 Approaches to the Problem of Development
Ego Development: Syllabus for a Course  77
Jane Loevinger, Ph.D.
Some Mutual Contributions of Psychoanalysis and Child Development  99
Lois Barclay Murphy, Ph.D.
Language and Nonverbal Communicaton in Cognitive and Affective Processes  124
McCay Vernon, Ph.D. and William Gene Miller, Ph.D.
The Developmental Sciences: A Bibliographic Analysis of a Trend  136
Ilse Bry, Ph.D.
4 Clinical-Experimental Studies
The Effects of Aggressive Stimulation on Suicidal Patients: An Experimental Study of the Psychoanalytic Theory of Suicide  157
Eleanor H. Rutstein, Ph.D. and Leo Goldberger, Ph.D.
Language Development in Young Schizophrenic Children: Direct Observation as a Constraint on Constructions in Analysis  175
Theodore Shapiro, M.D.
Tracing a Thought Stream by Computer  188
Donald P. Spence, Ph.D.
5 Models Derived from Information-Processing Theory
The Associative Memory Tree  205
Stanley R. Palombo, M.D.
On Information, Motivation, and Meaning  220
Emanuel Peterfreund, M.D. and Edi Franceschini
6 Issues in the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis
Validation of Motivational Formulations: Acknowledgment as a Criterion  265
Morris Eagle, Ph.D.
Freud's Concepts of Meaning  276
Robert K. Shope, Ph.D.
The Structural Hypothesis and Psychoanalytic Metatheory: An Essay on Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Philosophy of Science  304
Emmett Wilson, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
7 Discussion of Michael Sherwood's “The Logic of Explanation in Psychoanalysis”
Sherwood on the Logic of Explanation in Psychoanalysis  331
Morris Eagle, Ph.D.
On The Logic of Explanation in Psychoanalysis  338
Benjamin B. Rubinstein, M.D.
Another Look at the Logic of Explanation in Psychoanalysis  359
Michael Sherwood, M.D.
8 Criticism of Theory
Man, Morality, and Madness: Critical Perspectives on the Work of R. D. Laing  369
Elliot G. Mishier, Ph.D.
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