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List of Articles

Volume 69 (1982, 1982-83)

Issue 1 - Women and Individuation: Emerging Views
Issue Editor: Leila Lerner
Preface  5
Leila Lerner
Half a Century Later: Current Status of Freud's Controversial Views on Women  7
Zenia Odes Fliegel, Ph.D.
Female Self Representation and the Unconscious: A Reply to Amy Galen  29
Elizabeth A. Waites, Ph.D.
A Brief Rejoinder to Elizabeth Waites  42
Amy F. Galen
Narcissism and Female Gender Identity: A Reformulation  43
Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
Individuation of Women  63
Doryann Lebe, M.D.
Female Identity in Psychosocial Perspective  75
Esther Menaker, Ph.D.
Early and Later Determinants of Lesbian Choice  85
Ruth-Jean Eisenbud, Ph.D.
Delivering the Woman Artist from the Silence of the Womb: Otto Rank's Influence on Anais Nin  111
Sharon Spencer, Ph.D.
The Alpha and Omega of Psychoanalysis: Reflections on Anna O. and Freud's Vienna  131
Sidney Bolkosy, Ph.D.
Chodorow's Reproduction of Mothering: An Appraisal  151
Leila Lerner
Mary Brown Parlee  152
Mary Brown Parlee, Ph.D.
Carol Nadelson  155
Carol Nadelson, M.D.
Jessica Benjamin  158
Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D.
Career and Motherhood: Struggles For a New Identity Alan Roland and Barbara Harris, with contributors. New York: Human Sciences Press, 1979, 212 pp.  163
Mary C. Hicks
Issue 2
Merton Gill: An Interview  167
Joseph Reppen, Ph.D.
Therapeutic Techniques for the Treatment of Certain Infantile Personality Disorders in Ego Disturbed Children  191
Robert M. Friedman, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Annals of Psychoanalysis: Ella Freeman Sharpe  207
Carol Netzer
The Therapeutic Fantasy of a Psychohistorian  221
Howard M. Feinstein
Lacan and Psychoanalysis  229
Lacan's View of Language and Being  229
William J. Richardson, Ph.D.
Ego and Subject in Lacan  234
John P. Muller, Ph.D.
The Clinical Application of Lacan in the Psychoanalytic Situation  241
James E. Gorney, Ph.D.
Stavrogin's Motivation: Love and Suicide  249
John S. Williams, Ph.D.
Communication in Psychoanalysis—Developmental Antecedents  267
Charlotte Schwartz, M.S.W.
Misusing Psychiatric Models: The Culture of Narcissism  283
Colleen D. Clements, Ph.D.
Response to Colleen Clements's “Misusing Psychiatric Models: the Culture of Narcissism”  296
Roberta Satow, Ph.D.
Rejoinder by Colleen Clements  303
A History of Psychoanalysis Ruben Fine. New York: Columbia University Press, 1979, iii + 686 pp.  305
Alma H. bond
Doing Psychotherapy. Michael Franz Basch. New York: Basic Books, 1980. 188 pp.  307
Lee Minoff
Melanie Klein. Hanna Segal. New York: The Viking Press, 1979, 194 pp.  309
Janet Schumacher Finell
Childhood and Art Therapy: Notes on Theory and Application, Edith Kramer in collaboration with Laurie Wilson. N.Y.: Shocken Books, 1979, 289 pp.  311
Arthur Robbins
Poetry and Repression: Revisionism from Blake to Stevens. Harold Bloom. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1976, 293 pp.  312
Virginia R. Hyman
Returning to Freud: Clinical Psychoanalysis in the School of Lacan. Stuart Schneiderman (Ed.). New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1980, vii + 265 pp.  314
Richard Mulliken
Issue 3
Creativity, Instincual Fantasy and Ideal Images  317
Michael Eigen, Ph.D.
Freud, Rief, and the Critique of American Culture  341
Yiannis Gabriel
Differing Adaptive Roles of PSI in Primitive and Nonprimitive Societies  367
Jule Eisenbud, M.D.
Sadomasochism and Developmental Stages  379
Robert Mollinger, Ph.D.
Special Book Review
Loss: Sadness and Depression. Vol. III of Attachment and Loss. John Bowlby. New York: Basic Books, 1980. xv + 472 pp.  391
Helen Gediman, Ph.D.
Films the Freudian Text  401
Ernest Angel and T. J. Ross
Intelligence and Adaptation: An Integration of Psychoanalytic and Piagetian Developmental Psychology. Stanley I. Greenspan. New York: International Universities Press, 1979. 408 pp. Understanding Piaget: An Introduction to Children's Cognitive Development. Revised and Expanded Edition. Mary Ann Spencer Pulaski. New York: Harper and Row 1980 xvii + 248 pp.  411
M. A. Schulman
The Paranoid Process. W. W. Meissner. New York: Jason Aronson, 1981, 872 pp.  414
Edith Schwartz
Mind and Madness in Ancient Greece: The Classical Roots of Modern Psychiatry. Bennet Simon, Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1978, 335 pp.  416
Zvi Lothane
New Perspectives on Psychotherapy of the Borderline Adult. Ed. James Masterson, with Contributions by Peter L. Giovacchini and Otto Kernberg.  419
Harvey Schrier
Issue 4
A Contribution to The Theory and Practice of Supervision  423
Selwyn Lederman, Ph.D.
Freud's Mother Conflict and The Formulation of The Oedipal Father  441
Ruth Abraham, Ph.D.
The Repetition Compulsion  455
Edwin R. Wallace, Ph.D.
Family Secrets  471
Nicholas C. Avery, Ph.D.
The Problem of Treating an Intensely Suffering Patient: To Gratify or Frustrate?  487
Irwin Gootnick, Ph.D.
Reflections on The Sexual Dilemma of The Phallic Female: Biologic Considerations  497
William Needles, Ph.D.
The Visiting Mind: Henry James's Poetics of Seeing  513
Walter E. Anderson, Ph.D.
Hamlet's Tongue  533
Robert Rogers, Ph.D.
M. Verdoux's Night With The Analysts  557
Daniel Dervin, Ph.D.
Controversial Issues in Depalma's Dressed To Kill  559
Norman E. Gordon, Ph.D. and Anaruth Gordon, Ph.D.
Psychosexual Imperatives: Their Role in Identity Formation. Marie Coleman Nelson and Jean Ikenberry (Eds.). New York: Human Sciences Press, 1979, 397 pp.  567
Mary L. Gottesfeld
The Literary Freud: Mechanisms of Defense and The Poetic Will. Joseph H. Smith (ed.). New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980. XIX + 390 pp.  568
Hanna Charney
The Childhood Emotional Pattern and Human Hostility. Leon J. Saul, M.D. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980, 322 pp.  571
George Frank
Themes of Love and Work in Adulthood. Neil J. Smelser and Erik H. Erikson (eds.). Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980. x + 297 pp.  573
Catherine Higgins
The Dynamics of Nazism: Leadership, Ideology, and The Holocaust. Fred Weinstein. New York: Academic Press, 1980 xii, 168 pp.  574
Stanley Rosenman
Juvenile Delinquents—Psychodynamic Assessment and Hospital Treatment. Richard C. Marohn, Diane Dalle-Molle, Elaine McCarter, & Doris Linn.  576
Herbert J. Freudenberger
Specialized Techniques in Individual Psychotherapy. Toksoz B. Karasu and Leopold Bellak (Eds.) New York: Brunner Mazel, 1980, xv + 504 pp.  577
Susan Friduss Mulliken
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