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List of Articles

Volume 20 (2003)

Issue 1
Editorial  3
Joseph Reppen, Ph.D.
Analytic Gains and Anxiety Tolerance: Punishment Fantasies and the Analysis of Superego Resistance Revisited  4
Stephen J. Miller, Ph.D., ABPP
The Wise Baby Meets the Enfant Terrible: The Evolution of Ferenczi's Views on Development  18
Peter T. Hoffer, Ph.D.
Lacan on Paranoiac Knowledge  30
Jon Mills, Ph.D., PSYD
Embracing Figures Of Speech: The Transformative Potential of Spoken Language  52
Jeanine M. Vivona, Ph.D.
Dissociation and the Question of History: “What, Precisely, Are the Facts?”  67
Paul F. Siegel, Ph.D.
Mixed Anaclitic-Introjective Psychopathology in Treatment-Resistant Inpatients Undergoing Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy  84
Golan Shahar, Ph.D., Sidney J. Blatt, Ph.D. and Richard Q. Ford, Ph.D.
The Subjugation of the Body in Eating Disorders: A Particularly Female Solution  103
Susan H. Sands, Ph.D.
When Words are Used to Touch  117
Ilany Kogan
Lesbian Homoerotic Transference in Dialectic with Developmental Mourning: On the Way to Symbolism From the Protosymbolic  131
Susan Kavaler-Adler, Ph.D., ABPP
Comments on Henry Friedman's Review of Arnold Goldberg's Being of Two Minds  153
Barbara Fajardo, Ph.D.
Reply to Barbara Fajardo  155
Henry J. Friedman, M.D.
Trauma and Temporality  158
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
A Map of the Mind: Toward a Science of Psychotherapy, by Richard Brockman, Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press, 1998, 297 pp., $37.95.  162
Jesse A. Goodman, M.D.
The Evil We Do: The Psychoanalysis of Destructive People, by Carl Goldberg, Amherst, NJ: Prometheus Books, 2000, 256 pp., $25.00.  165
Leon S. Anisfeld, DSW
Desire and the Couch Perspectives From Both Sides of the Analytic Encounter  167
Michelle McCoy Barrett, Ph.D.
Affect Regulation: Two Clinical Approaches  170
David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., ABPN
Discussions On Desire and Sexuality  174
Robbin Rockett, PSYD
Doing to Being: Psychological Factors Influencing Women's Experiences of Stepmothering  177
Leeann Borton,, Ph.D.
Growing Up and Growing Old: Continuity and Change in Wishes and Desires Over the Course of Life  180
Mariam Jafari, Ph.D.
Issue 2
New Directions for Basic Psychoanalytic Research: Implications From the Work of Benjamin Rubinstein  195
Robert R. Holt, Ph.D.
The Annihilating Power of Absoluteness: Superego Analysis in the Severe Neuroses, Especially in Character Perversion  214
Léon Wurmser, M.D.
Work and the Unconscious  236
Elliot Jaques, M.D., Ph.D.
The Educative Aspects of Psychoanalysis  245
Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D.
Mommy Nearest: Revisiting the Idea of Infantile Symbiosis and Its Implications for Females  261
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D.
Attachment to the Therapist  271
Margaret Parish, Ph.D. and Morris N. Eagle, Ph.D.
Freud, Religion, and the Presence of Projective Identification  287
Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.
The Selfobject Function of Freud's Specimen (or IRMA) Dream  303
Jeffrey J. Mermelstein, Ph.D.
Treating Children Who Do Not Play or Talk: Finding a Pathway to Intersubjective Relatedness  315
Christopher Bonovitz, PSYD
Memory of Infant Trauma  329
Jane Paley, M.A., M.S. and Judith Alpert, Ph.D.
Obstacles for the Psychoanalyst in the Practice of Couple Therapy  348
Richard M. Zeitner, Ph.D.
Facilitating Personal Growth  363
Hanoch Yerushalmi, Ph.D.
Reply to Karen Maroda's : Review of Heinz Kohut The Making of a Psychoanalyst  378
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
The Biographer's New Clothes: Response to Strozier (2003)  382
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Reply to Charles Strozier  385
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., PSYD
The Final Reply to Stolorow and Orange  387
Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D.
Final Response to Strozier  388
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.
Freud's Group Psychology Revisited: An Opportunity Missed  389
Saul Scheidlinger, Ph.D.
It's More than Interpreting an Interpretation: Response to Stolorow (2002)  393
Frank Summers, Ph.D.
CAN LOVE LAST? The Fate of Romance Over Time, by Stephen Mitchell, New York: Norton, 2002, 223 pp., $24.75.  395
Timothy J. Zeddies, Ph.D.
Issue 3
The Postmodern Turn in Psychoanalysis: A Critique  411
Morris N. Eagle, Ph.D.
The Self as Perpetual Experiment: Psychodynamic Comments on Some Aspects of Contemporary Urban Culture  425
Carlo Strenger, Ph.D.
Metaphors are us: Countertransference in the Writings of Thomas Ogden  441
Craig Morton, M.A.
Reflections on a Study of Temper Tantrums in Older Children  456
Ehud Koch, Ph.D.
Antidotes and Alternatives: Perspectival Realism and the New Reductionisms  472
Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., PSYD
America's Love Affair with Technology: The Transformation of Sexuality and the Self Over the 20th Century  487
Elizabeth Goren, Ph.D.
Love in Psychotherapy  509
Joseph M. Natterson, M.D.
Comment on Natterson  522
William D. Bauer, Ph.D.
Comment on Natterson  528
David James Fisher, Ph.D.
Reply to Bauer and Fisher  533
Joseph M. Natterson, M.D.
Trauma, Dissociation, and Conflict: The Space Where Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, and Psychoanalysis Overlap  536
Frances Sommer Anderson, Ph.D. and Jason Gold, Ph.D.
Varieties of Dissociative Experiences: A Multiple Code Account and a Discussion of Bromberg's Case of “William”  542
Wilma Bucci, Ph.D.
Something Wicked This Way Comes: Trauma, Dissociation, and Conflict: The Space Where Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience Overlap  558
Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
THE WRITING CURE: How Expressive Writing Promotes Health and Emotional Well-Being, edited by Stephen J. Lepore and Joshua M. Smyth, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2002, xii + 313 pp., $39.95.  575
Jeffrey Berman, Ph.D.
SCHOPENHAUER'S PORCUPINES: Intimacy and Its Dilemmas, by Deborah Anna Luepnitz, New York: Basic Books, 2002, 276 pp., $25.00.  579
Dennis Debiak, PSYD
Issue 4
Stephen A. Mitchell, Relational Psychoanalysis, And Empirical Data  587
Joseph Masling, Ph.D.
What did Freud Say about Persons and Relations?  609
Zvi Lothane, M.D., LFAP
Psychoanalysis as the Idiosyncratic Science of the Individual Subject  618
Peter Caws, Ph.D.
Specificity Theory and Optimal Responsiveness: An Outline  635
Howard A. Bacal, M.D. and Bruce Herzog, M.D.
The Analysis Of Meaninglessness  649
Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D.
The Figuration of Reality: Psychoanalysis, Animism, and the “Pathetic Fallacy”  660
David Klugman, CSW
Love in the Countertransference: Controversies and Questions  677
Herbert M. Rabin, Ph.D.
Triebe and Their Vicissitudes: Freud's Theory of Motivation Reconsidered  691
George Frank, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Terrorism: The Need for a Global “Talking Cure”  698
Elaine Hoffman Baruch, Ph.D.
Good Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Film: Three Unorthodox Examples  701
Herbert H. Stein, M.D.
Humor and the Holocaust: Turning Comedians Into Victims to End the Millennium  710
Sylvia Levine Ginsparg, Ph.D.
The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice: Implications for Psychology and Psychoanalysis  717
Robert F. Bornstein, Ph.D.
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