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List of Articles


Volume 6 (1996)

Issue 1
Editorial Statement  1
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Merton M. Gill: A Study in Theory Development in Psychoanalysis  5
Irwin Z. Hoffman, Ph.D.
Hysteria, Dissociation, and Cure: Emmy von N Revisited  55
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
Aspects of Consciousness: One Voice or Many?  73
Roger Kennedy, M.D.
Symposium on Psychoanalysis and Linguistics: Part II  97
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
The Bilingual Self: Duet in Two Voices  99
RoseMarie Pérez Foster, Ph.D.
Cultural and Conceptual Dissonance in Theoretical Practice: Commentary on RoseMarie Pérez Foster's “The Bilingual Self: Duet in Two Voices”  123
Carla Massey, Ph.D.
The Bilingual Self—Thoughts from a Scientific Positivist or Pragmatic Psychoanalyst?: Reply to Massey  141
RoseMarie Pérez Foster, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Symposium on "False Memory" Controversy
Introduction  151
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
False Memory? False Memory Syndrome? The So-Called False Memory Syndrome?  155
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Dissociation, Repression and Reality Testing in the Countertransference: The Controversey Over Memory and False Memory in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse  189
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Cause for Skepticism About Recovered Memory: Commentary on Papers by Davies and Harris  219
C. Brooks Brenneis, Ph.D.
Forward to 1896?: Commentary on Papers by Harris and Davies  231
Frederick Crews, Ph.D.
Dissociation and Constructivism: Commentary on Papers by Davies and Harris  251
Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.
The Anxiety in Ambiguity: Reply to Brenneis, Crews, and Stern  267
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Maintaining the Complexities: A Reply to Crews, Brenneis, and Stern  281
Jody Messler Davies, Ph.D.
Issue 3
From Sexual Misconduct to Social Justice  295
Andrew Samuels, D.H.L.
Holding and the Fate of the Analyst's Subjectivity  323
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D.
An Inquiry into Mental Processes Commentary on Paper by Slochower  355
Neville Symington, B.S.c, D.C.P.
Holding, Holding Back, and Holding on Commentary on Paper by Joyce Slochower  361
Anthony Bass, Ph.D.
Reply to Commentaries  379
Joyce Slochower, Ph.D.
The Ferenczi Renaissance: Sándor Ferenczi: Reconsidering Active Interventions by Martin Stanton (Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1991, xv + 226 pp.) The Legacy of Sándor Ferenczi, edited by Lewis Aron and Adrienne Harris (Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1993, xxiii + 294 pp.)  391
Emanuel Berman, Ph.D.
The Unique Origins of Fairbairn's Theories: From Instinct to Self: Selected Papers of W. R. D. Fairbairn, Vols. I and II, edited by David Scharff and Ellinor Fairbairn Birtles (Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1994, Vol. 1—xxi + 172 pp.; Vol. 2—xxii + 490 pp.)  413
Richard L. Rubens, Ph.D.
Issue 4
The Changing Contexts of Gender: Between Fixed and Fluid Experience  437
Annie Sweetnam, Ph.D.
The Influence of Culture on the Self and Selfobject Relationships: An Asian-North American Comparison  461
Alan Roland, Ph.D.
More Surprises, Less Certainty: Commentary on Roland's Paper  477
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Culture, Comparativity, and Psychoanalysis: Reply to Commentary  489
Alan Roland, Ph.D.
The Grünbaum Debate: Introduction  497
Lawrence Jacobson, Ph.D.
Physics, Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, and Ideology: On Engaging with Adolf Grünbaum  503
Joseph Schwartz, Ph.D.
The Authority of Logic and the Logic of Authority: The Import of the Grünbaum Debate for Psychoanalytically Informed Psychotherapy  515
Louis A. Fourcher, Ph.D.
Classical, Modern, and Postmodern Psychoanalysis: Epistemic Transformations  533
Barry Protter, Ph.D.
The “Death of Freud” and the Rebirth of Free Psychoanalytic Inquiry  563
Rebecca Curtis,, Ph.D.
Issue 5
Symposium on the Meaning and Practice of Intersubjectivity in Psychoanalysis: Introduction  591
Lewis Aron, Ph.D.
The Three Faces of Two-Person Psychology: Development, Ontology, and Epistemology  599
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
Neutrality, Resistance, and Self-Disclosure in an Intersubjective Psychoanalysis  623
Samuel Gerson, Ph.D.
The Thin Blue Line of the Interpersonal-Intrapsychic Dialectic: Commentary on Papers by Gerson and Spezzano  647
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Is Self-Disclosure a Personal Proclivity or a Principle of Technique?: Reply to Commentary  671
Samuel Gerson, Ph.D.
Toward an Intrapsychic-Intersubjective Dialectic: Reply to Commentary  675
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
Negotiating Potential Space: Illusion, Play, Metaphor, and the Subjunctive  689
Stuart A. Pizer, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis in Argentina: A Couch with a View  713
Isaac Tylim, Psy.D.
False Dialogues, Real Conflicts: A Response to the Symposium on the “False Memory” Controversy  729
Margaret L. Hainer, C.S.W. and Tina Weishaus, M.S., R.N., C.S.
Reply to Hainer and Weishaus  737
Stephen A. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Issue 6
Altruistic Love in Psychoanalysis: Opportunities and Resistance  741
Michael J. Bader, DMH
“Betwixt the Dark and the Daylight” of Maternal Subjectivity: Meditations on the Threshold  765
Susan B. Kraemer, Ph.D.
The Clinical Use of the Dream in Interpersonal Psychoanalysis A Dream Specimen  793
Leopold Caligor, Ph.D.
Dreams and the Holistic Nature of Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Experience  813
Warren Wilner, Ph.D.
On Dreams and Interpersonal Psychoanalysis  831
Paul Lippmann, Ph.D.
Constructing the Self, Constructing America: A Cultural History of Psychotherapy by Philip Cushman (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1995)  847
Jane Flax, Ph.D.
Disputed Subjects by Jane Flax (New York: Routledge, 1995)  859
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
With No Way Home: Reply to Cushman  875
Jane Flax, Ph.D.
Locating Dialogue: A Reply To Flax  883
Philip Cushman, Ph.D.
Further Remarks on Papers by Spezzano and Gerson  895
Steven H. Cooper, Ph.D.
Considering Intersubjective Psychoanalysis on Its Own Terms: Response to Cooper's Further Remarks  903
Samuel Gerson, Ph.D.
Fusions and Ruptures: Response to Cooper's Further Remarks  909
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
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