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List of Articles

Volume 46 (1959)

Issue 1
The Limitations of Reason  3
Mortimer Ostow, M.D.
A Revision of Freud's Myth  28
Harold Feldman
Work Block: The Role of Work in Mental Health  41
Edmund Weil
Psychoanalysis and Identity  65
Allen Wheelis, M.D.
Psychoanalysis as an Experiment in Communication  75
Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D.
Forms of Hostility in the Transference  90
Robert L. Romano, Ph.D.
Two Misunderstandings of Psychoanalytic Theory  107
Bernard Gray
Homosexuality of an Identical Twin  111
Nandor Fodor
Book Reviews
Freud and The 20Th Century. Edited by Benjamin Nelson. New York: Meridian Books, Inc., 1957. pp. 314. $1.60. Sigmund Freud: On Creativity and the Unconscious. Selected with introduction and annotations by Benjamin Nelson. New York: Harper Torchbooks, 1958. pp. x + 310. $1.85.  122
Donald Kaplan
Reticular Formation of the Brain: Henry Ford Hospital International Symposium. Edited by Herbert H. Jasper, Lorne D. Proctor, Robert S. Knighton, William C. Noshay, and Russell T. Costello. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1958. pp. xxv + 766. $16.00.  125
Neal M. Burns, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Crime as the Dramatization of a Masturbation Fantasy  3
Gabriel De La Vega, M.D.
Organization of The Self as Reflected in Manifest Dreams  21
Helen Block Lewis, Ph.D.
The Use of the Patient as Consultant  36
Herbert S. Strean
A Psychoanalytic Scrutiny of Certain Techniques of Direct Analysis  45
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Adventures in Ideas: The Great Divide  66
Benjamin Nelson, Ph.D.
From Breuer to Freud  69
John Sullivan, Ph.D.
Psychotherapy, Existence and Religion  91
Thomas Hora, M.D.
Work Block: The Role of Work in Mental Health  99
Edmund Weil
Book Reviews
The Patient Speaks. By Harold A. Abramson, M.D. New York: Vantage Press. 1956. Foreword by Frank Fremont-Smith. Preface by M. Murray Peshkin. 239 pp. $3.50.  126
Margaret Mead, Ph.D.
Motives In Fantasy, Action And Society. John W. Atkinson, editor. Princeton, N. J.: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1958. Pp. xv + 873. $9.75.  127
Donald M. Kaplan
Issue 3
The Tragic Comedy of Great Men  3
Harold Feldman
Transference and Counter-Transference  17
Nathan W. Ackerman, M.D.
Transference, Counter-Transference And Seemingly Parapsychological Phenomena  29
Miguel Prados, M.D.
Aduentures in Ideas: Clues to the Third Ear  45
Murray Sherman, Ph.D.
New Ways in Psychoanalytic Technique  51
Theodor Reik
Phobias in Children  65
Hanna N. Colm, Ph.D.
The Axial Syndrome Common to all Psychoses  85
Bartolomé Llopis, M.D.
Theory, Values and Clinical Concepts  111
Julian Wohl, Ph.D.
Tipping and Nocturnal Emission  118
Leon Bloom
Book Reviews
Sigmund Freud's Mission. An Analysis of his Personality and Influence. By Erich Fromm. New York: Harper and Bros., 1959. 120 pp. + xvi $3.00.  119
Reuben Fine, Ph.D.
On the trail of the poltergeist. by Dr. Nandor Fodor. New York: The Citadel Press, 1958. 1 + 222 pp. $3.95.  125
Geraldine Pederson-Krag, M.D.
Issue 4
Political Constitution and Character  3
Harold D. Lasswell
Beauty and the Beast From Myth to Fairy Tale  19
Jacques Barchilon
Othello's Epilepsy  30
John P. Emery, Ph.D.
Theory of Family Dynamics  33
Nathan W. Ackerman
The Meaning of Help in Psychotherapy  50
Leo Nagelberg, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Observations on Olfaction with Special Reference to Olfactory Dreams  64
George G. Wayne, M.D. and Arthur A. Clinco, M.D.
Discussion  74
George W. Wilson
By Arnold Scheibel, M.D.  77
“Night Song”—Nietzsche's Poetic Insight into the Psychotic Process  80
Franklin S. Klaf, M.D.
A Central Dynamism in Chronic Schizophrenia  85
Wilson Van Dusen, Ph.D.
The Axial Syndrome Common to all Psychoses  92
Bartolomé Llopis, M.D.
Freud and Schiller  97
Lewis W. Brandt
Delusions of Jealousy  102
Magno J. Ortega, M.D.
A Critique of Fine's Position  104
Myron Brender
Reply to Critique  112
Reuben Fine
Book Reviews
The Compulsion to Confess: On the Psychoanalysis of Crime and Punishment. By Theodor Reik. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. 1959. Pp. xii + 493. $7.50.  118
Edmund Weil
The Reintegrative Process in a Psychoanalytic Treatment, Vol. III of: The Integration of Behavior. By Thomas M. French, M.D., Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1958. Pp. xii + 484. $10.00.  120
Mark Grunes, Ph.D.
The Psychodynamics of Family Life. By Nathan W. Ackerman, M.D. New York: Basic Books, 1958. xvi + 344 pp. $6.75.  122
Arlene Wolberg
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