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Volume 84 (1997)

Issue 1
Interview with John Gedo  1
Emma Piccioli, M.D.
The Healing Presence, Part ii: What the Analyst Says  17
Henry M. Seiden, Ph.D.
Homophobia in the Supervisory Relationship: An Invisible Intruder  27
Glenda M. Russell, Ph.D. and Ellen M. Greenhouse, Ph.D.
Feminism, Feminist Cinema, and Thelma and Louise: A View from Cybernetics  43
G. A. Cody, M.D. and W. J. Swift, M.D.
Moral Outrage: Virtue as a Defense  55
Harvey A. Kaplan
T. S. Eliot: His Religion, his Poetry, his Roles  73
Murray H. Sherman, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic and Literary Perspectives on Procreation Conflicts in Women  109
Muriel Gold Morris, M.D.
The Analyst's Use of the Lost-and-Found Metaphor in Psychoanalysis  129
Sharon Hymer, Ph.D.
Film Notes
Bertolucci's Stealing Beauty  149
T. Jefferson Kline, Ph.D.
Inside Out and Outside in: Psychodynamic Clinical Theory and Practice in Contemporary Multi-Cultural Contexts. By Joan Berzoff, Laura Melano, and Patricia Hertz. Northvale, NJ & London: Jason Aronson, 1996, xx + 451 pp.  153
Neil Altman
A Thing Apart: Love and Reality in the Therapeutic Relationship. By Irving Steingart. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1995, xxvi + 291 pp.  156
Jeffrey H. Golland, Ph.D.
Self-Analysis: Critical Inquiries, Personal Visions. Edited by James W. Barron, with a foreword by Stephen A. Mitchell. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press, 1993, 291 pp.  158
Charles Spezzano, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Special Issue: Cultural Imagination and Individual Creativity: New Directions in Psychoanalytic Anthropology
Issue Editors: Robert Benton and Issac Tylim
Introduction  165
Gilbert Herdt, Ph.D., Lucia Viliela-Minnerly, Ph.D. and Waud Kracke, Ph.D.
Discussion: The Heritage of Imagination  169
Douglass Price-Williams, Ph.D.
I: Culture and Imagination
Dramatization: How Dream Work Shapes Culture  173
H. U. E. Thoden van Velzen, Ph.D.
Symbols, Dreams, and Self-Reflection: Some Cases from African Suriname in Europe  189
Ineke van Wetering, Ph.D.
Male Birth-Giving in the Cultural Imagination of the Sambia  217
Gilbert Herdt, Ph.D.
II: Applications: Emotional Expression and Culture
The Imaginative use of Religious Symbols in Subjective Experiences of Anorexia Nervosa  227
Caroline Giles Banks, Ph.D.
Spiritual Healing and Human Development in the Native American Church: Toward a Cultural Psychiatry of Peyote  237
Joseph D. Calabrese, Ph.D.
Emotion Of Hazukashh in Reunion Situations for the Japanese  257
Anna Hirata, M.A.
Dreams, Ghosts, Tales: Parintintin Imagination  273
Waud Kracke, Ph.D.
From the Sway of the Pleasure Principle: Ghost of a Tiger  281
Lucia Villela, Ph.D.
Self-Envy: Therapy and the Divided Inner World. Rafael E. Lopez-Corvo. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1993. Pp. 233.  295
Jaime Stubrin, M.D.
The Religious and Romantic Origins of Psychoanalysis. S. Kirschner, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Pp. xi + 240.  297
William Meissner
Moses and Civilization—the Meaning Behind Freud's Myth. Robert A. Paul. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1996. Pp. 268.  300
Emanuel Rice, M.D.
Issue 3
Erik Erikson's Clinical Contributions: A Symposium in Memorial Tribute
Introduction  325
Jeffrey H. Golland, Ph.D.
The Legacy of Erik Homburger Erikson  329
Margaret Brenman-Gibson, Ph.D.
Contributions of Erik Erikson  337
Morris Eagle, Ph.D.
Erik Erikson's Work: Clinical Implications and Applications  349
Irving Steingart, Ph.D.
Erik Erikson's Work: Clinical Implications and Applications a Symposium in Memorial Tribute Discussion  363
Jeffrey H. Golland, Ph.D.
Beauty and the Beast: A Myth of Sadness, Madness, and Hope in Anaclitic Depression  365
Jenai Wu, Ph.D.
Collective Will: A Reformulation of Otto Rank's theory of Personality Individuation  381
Robert Hamm, Ph.D.
The Search for the Authentic Self  397
Seymour E. Coopersmith, ED.D.
Arthur Miller's Drama from the Standpoint of Self Psychology  417
Leo Schneiderman
Audience as Analyst: Dennis Potter's The Singing Detective  437
William Jeffrey, M.D.
Film Notes
Paranoia and Spectatorship in 12 Monkeys  453
B. K. Faunce
Guy Films: A New Subgenre?  459
Daniel Dervin
The Psychoanalytic Vocation: Rank, Winnicott and The Legacyl Of Freud. By Peter L. Rudnytsky. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991, 220 pp.Transitional Objects and Potential Spaces; Literary Uses of D. W. Winnicott. Peter L. Rudnytsky, ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993, 315 pp.  469
Jane Kupersmidt, Ph.D., C.S.W.
The Fragile Self: The Structure of Narcissistic Disturbance and its Therapy. Phil Mollon. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. 1994, 221 pp.  475
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D. and Ruth Gruenthal, C.S.W.
Issue 4
Classics Revisited: The Ego in Anxiety and, An Addendum to Freud's Theory of Anxiety  483
Marvin Hurvich, Ph.D.
Discussion  505
Austin Silber, M.D.
Current View on Anxiety  513
Charles Brenner, M.D.
Response to Austin Silber  517
Marvin Hurvich, Ph.D.
Response to Charles Brenner  519
Marvin Hurvich, Ph.D.
Masochism and the Inner Mother  523
Doryann Lebe, M.D.
The Minyan As A Psychological Support System  541
Saul Scheidlinger, Ph.D.
“History is not the Past”: Lacan's Critique of Ferenczi  553
Shuli Barzilai
Figures of Entrapment: The Labyrinth and the Web  573
Jill Immerman, M.F.A.
The Gambler as Case History and Literary Twin: Dostoevsky's False Beauty And the Poetics of Perversity  593
Richard J. Rosenthal, M.D.
Food as Selfobject in Eating Disorder Patients  617
David Krueger, M.D., F.A.P.A., F.A.P.C.
Flim Note
Vertigo  631
George Mott
Kansas City: Altman's Jazz History Lesson  635
Krin Gabbard, Ph.D.
The Freedom to Inquire. By Esther Menaker with the editorial assistance of Claude Barbre. Northvale, NJ, and London: Jason Aronson, 1995. 317 pp.  641
Leila Lerner
Psychoanalysts Talk. By Virginia Hunter. New York: The Guilford Press, 1994. ix + 450 pp.  644
Edwin Fancher
Subjects of Analysis. By Thomas H. Ogden, M.D. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1994. 230 pp.  648
Harold N. Boris
Issue 5 - Special Issue: Film and Violence
Introduction To The Special Issue: Film And Violence  657
Robert Benton and Isaac Tylim, Psy.D.
Interrogations  667
Robert B. Ray
Projections Of Domestic Violence And Erotic Terror On The Film Screen  681
Harriet Kimble Wrye, Ph.D.
Double Indemnity: Creation And Destruction Of A Femme Fatale  701
William D. Jeffrey, M.D.
Images Of Children In Films: Idealization And Filicide  717
Isaac Tylim, Psy.D.
Axe The Piano Player  727
Tania Modleski
Violence The Western Way  743
Bennett E. Roth, Ph.D.
Faces Of Abuse: Portrait Of A Couple A Psychoanalytic Study Of The Film: A Woman Under The Influence  753
Anita Weinreb Katz, Ph.D.
Gambling, Death, And Violence: Hollywood Looks At Las Vegas  769
Arlene Kramer Richards, ED.D. and Arnold David Richards, M.D.
Killing Representation: Feminism And Violence At The Limit  789
Lynda Hart
Issue 6
Letters to Jacques: Selected Letters of Heinz Kohut to Jacques Palaci  815
Joseph Reppen and Francesca Reppen
Some Roots of Persistent Homosexual Fantasy and The Quest For Father's Love: Conflicted Parental Identifications in a Male Patient: Fragment of an Analysis  843
Ruth F. Lax
Psychoanalysis and The Myths We Work by: A Burkean View  865
Rona Bank
Deadly Unconscious Logics in Joseph Heller's Catch-22  891
Robert M. Young
Hurtful Presences  905
Dianne W. Trumbull
Goodnight Moon: Repetition and The Mastery of Separation  925
Helen Stein
Film Notes
The Mirror of Choice: The English Patient And The Mirror Has Two Faces  941
George Mott
Crash: Sex and Death at The Millennium  947
Isaac Tylim
Some Mother's Son  952
T. Jefferson Kline
Psychoanalysis And The Philosophy of Science, by Benjamin Rubinstein, Robert Holt, ed. (Psychological Issues Monograph 62/63). Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1997 xvi + 715 pp. No price listed.  957
John E. Gedo
Danger and Defense: The Technique of Close Process Attention. By Marianne Goldberger. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1996. xxii + 386 pp.  960
Moss L. Rawn
The Artist and The Emotional World. By John E. Gedo. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996, x + 255 pp.  962
Donald Kuspit
Psychoanalysis And The Postmodern Impulse. By Barnaby B. Barratt. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993, 262 pp.  966
Kareen Ror Malone
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