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Volume 52 (1965, 1965-66)

Issue 1
On Being Loved: A Contribution to the Psychology of Object Relation  5
Charles T. Sullivan
Courtly Love: Neurosis as Institution  19
Melvin W. Askew, Ph.D.
Erotic Feelings in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship  30
Reuben Fine, Ph.D.
The Cult of Osiris in Relation to Primitive Initiation Rites  38
Leo Schneidermann, Ph.D.
Feelings that Kill: The Effect of the Wish for Infanticide in Neurotic Depression  51
Dorothy Bloch
Attitudes Toward Life and Death in Poetry  67
Calvin S. Hall, Ph.D.
On Repetition Compulsion  84
Anthony J. Ferreira, M.D.
A Contribution to the Symbolic use of Color in Dreams  94
Adolf G. Woltmann
Persecution and Conscience  106
Klaus D. Hoppe, M.D.
Fact and Value: New Resources for Esthetics  117
Lawrence Friedman, M.D.
Announcements  129
An Ego Model: E=∑(Me+Mi)  130
M. J. Meldman, M.D.
Insight and Responsibility. By Erik H. Erikson. New York: Norton, 1964. 256 pp.  133
Donald M. Kaplan
Counseling the Dying. By Margaretta K. Bowers, Edgar N. Jackson, James A. Knight, Lawrence LeShan. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1964. 183 pp.  136
Revella Levin
Infantile Autism: The Syndrome and its Implications for a Neural Theory of Behavior. By Bernard Rimland. New York: Appleton-Century-Crafts, 1964. 282 pp.  137
Hyman Spotnitz
Flavor, Taste and The Psychology of Smell. By Warren F. Gorman. Spring-field, III.: Charles C. Thomas, 1964. 106 pp.  138
Gabriel De La Vega
Issue 2 - Literature, Religion, Psychiatry
Issue Editor: Benjamin Nelson
Announcement  4
In the American Heartland: Hemingway and Death  5
Richard Drinnon, Ph.D.
The Red Badge of Courage  32
Daniel Weiss, Ph.D.
British Fathers and Sons, 1773-1913: From Filial Submissiveness to Creativity  53
Howard R. Wolf
The Mother-Killer  71
Sidney Halpern
The Clown as a Father Figure  75
Richard C. Simons, M.D.
Father and Son in Christianity and Confucianism  92
Robert N. Bellah
Affective Mysticism in Western Civilization  115
Herbert Moller, Ph.D.
Mental Healers and Their Philosophies  131
Benjamin Nelson
Mesmer and Puysegur: From Magnetism to Hypnotism  137
Henri F. Ellenberger, M.D.
The History of Psychiatry: A Cultural and Bibliographical Survey  154
George Mora, M.D.
Erratum  191
Issue 3
Ethics for a Scientific Age: Some Moral Aspects of Psychoanalysis  5
David Shakow, Ph.D.
Freud, Reik and the Problem of Technique in Psychoanalysis  19
Murray H. Sherman, Ph.D.
Impact of Different Social Settings on Type and Effectiveness of Psychotherapy  38
Frederick J. Hacker, M.D., Hans Illing, Ph.D. and Stanley W. Bergreen, M.D.
Symposium The Psychoanalyst as Mediator and Double Agent. An Introductory Survey  45
Benjamin Nelson
Social Reality and the Concept of Defense  61
Robert W. Daly, M.D.
Discussion  70
Frank A. Johnson, M.D.
Psychoanalytic Considerations on Music and the Musician  75
Heinrich Racker, M.D.
The Concept of the Self: Its Significance in the Etiology and Therapy of Psychic Disorders  95
Bernard Bressler, M.D.
Emergency Psychotherapy: A Crucial Need  116
Hattie R. Rosenthal
The Red Badge of Courage  130
Daniel Weiss, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Concepts and the Structural Theory. By Jacob A. Arlow and Charles Brenner. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1964. Pp. xii+201. (Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Monograph Series Number Three.)  155
Lewis W. Brandt
Voices From the Inaudible: The Patients Speak. By Theodor Reik. New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, Inc., 1964. 200 pp.  156
Ruth P. Berkeley
A Study of Brief Psychotherapy. By D. H. Malan. Springfield, III.: Charles Thomas, 1964. 312 pp.  157
Rudolph Wittenberg
The Freud Journal of lou Andreas-Salome. Translated by Stanley A. Leavy. New York: Basic Books, 1964. 211 pp.  158
Donald M. Kaplan
Unobtrusive Communication: Essays in Psycholinguistics. By Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D. Assen, Netherlands: Van Gorcum, Ltd., 1964. 198 pp.  161
Renatus Hartogs
Varieties of Psycho-Pathological Experience. By Carney Landis, M.D. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964. 484 pp.  162
Gabriel De La Vega
Issue 4
Encounter at Leyden: Gustav Mahler Consults Sigmund Freud  5
John L. Kuehn, M.D.
The Dialectic of Related Loneliness  26
Helm Stierlin, M.D., Ph.D.
Some Psychological Aspects of Psychoanalytic Training  41
Herbert S. Strean
The Displacement of Modesty from Pubis to Face  51
George Devereux, Ph.D.
Provenience of the Death Symbolism in Van Gogh's Cornscapes  60
Paul W. Miller, Ph.D.
Political Recruitment and Participation: Some Suggested Areas for Research  67
William John Hanna, Ph.D.
Short-Term Psychoanalytic Therapy with Hospitalized Schizophrenics  81
Harold L. Davis, Ph.D.
Lord Brutus' Wife: A Modern View  109
M. D. Faber, Ph.D.
The Primal Crime  116
Leon I. Jacobs, M.D.
Clinical Note: A Childhood Fetal Feeding Fantasy  145
Jerome M. Schneck, M.D.
Medical Orthodoxy and the Future of Psychoanalysis. By K. R. Eissler. New York: International Universities Press, 1965. 592 pp.  147
Murray H. Sherman
Agoraphobia in the Light of Ego Psychology. By Edoardo Weiss. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1964. 132 pp. The Modes and Morals of Psychotherapy. By Perry London. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964. 278 pp.Games People Play. By Eric Berne. New York: Grove Press, 1964. 192 pp.  149
Jay Haley
Systems of Psychotherapy: A Comparative Study. By Donald H. Ford and Hugh B. Urban. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1963. 712 pp.  152
Stanley Moldawsky
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