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Volume 44 (1975)

René A. Spitz, M.D—1887-1974  3
Brandt F. Steele
Affects and Psychic Conflict  5
Charles Brenner, M.D.
Ego Synthesis and Cognition in a Borderline Case  29
Samuel Atkin, M.D.
Congenital and Perinatal Sensory Deprivations—Their Effect on the Capacity to Experience Affect  62
David A. Freedman, M.D.
Mind-Body-Environment—Toward Understanding the Impact of Loss on Psyche and Soma  81
Cecil Mushatt, M.D.
The Proprioceptive Body Image in Self-Object Differentiation—A Case of Congenital Indifference to Pain and Head-Banging  107
Allen Frances, M.D. and Leonard Gale, M.D.
Notes on Frustration  127
Henry Lowenfeld, M.D.
Clinical Studies in Childhood Psychoses. 25 Years in Collaborative Treatment and Research. The Langley Porter Children's Service: Edited by S. A. Szurek, M.D. and I. N. Berlin, M.D. New York: Brunner/Mazel Publishers; London: Butterworths, 1973. 780 pp.  139
Erna Furman
Adolescent Psychiatry, Volume II. Developmental and Clinical Studies: Edited by Sherman C. Feinstein and Peter L. Giovacchini. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1973. 461 pp.  141
Carl P. Adatto
The Death of the Family: By David Cooper. New York: Pantheon Books, 1970. 145 pp.  144
Max M. Stern
Confrontation in Psychotherapy: Edited by Gerald Adler, M.D. and Paul G. Myerson, M.D. New York: Jason Aronson (Science House) 1973. 392 pp.  147
Robert J. Langs
An Elementary Textbook of Psychoanalysis. Revised and Expanded Edition: By Charles Brenner, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 280 pp.  149
John A. Mac
The Manipulator. A Psychoanalytic View: By Ben Bursten, M.D. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973. 277 pp.  149
Paul A. Dewald
Psychoanalytic Psychology. The Development of Freud's Thought: By Raymond E. Fancher. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1973. 241 pp.  151
Allan Compton
Psychoanalysis and the Law: By C. G. Schoenfeld, L.L.B., L.L.M. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C Thomas, 1973. 285 pp.  152
Samuel D. Lipton
The Nature and Evolution of Female Sexuality: By Mary Jane Sherfey, M.D. New York: Random House, 1972. 188 pp.  153
Charles W. Socarides
Myths to Live by: By Joseph Campbell. New York: The Viking Press, 1972. 276 pp.  157
Leon Balter
Similarity in Visually Perceived Forms: By Erich Goldmeier. (Psychological Issues, Vol. VIII, No. 1, Monograph 29.) New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 135 pp.  163
Sidney J. Blatt
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: Murder (1928). Pp. 305-320.  165
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: Psychiatric Commentary on Punishment (1930). Pp. 321-332.  165
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: The Psychological Advantages of the Woman Physician (1936). Pp. 333-340.  166
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: Somatic Suicide, Total and Partial (1939). Pp. 341-354.  166
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: Some Recollections of the Birth, Infancy and Childhood of the American Orthopsychiatric Association (1963). Pp. 355-366.  167
 
Three Short Pieces. Pp. 375-384: Fundamentalism and Modernism in Psychiatry (1929).  167
 
Three Short Pieces. Pp. 375-384: Psychological Factors in Cancer (1954, 1956).  167
 
Three Short Pieces. Pp. 375-384: On War (1938).  168
 
Three Short Pieces. Pp. 375-384: The Disappearance of Sin—An Eyewitness Account (1973). Pp. 385-400.  168
S. Warren Seides
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLVII, 1973: Unsolved Problems in the Use of Group Processes in Psychotherapy. Lawrence S. Kubie. Pp. 434-441.  168
 
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLVII, 1973: Ego Function Assessment of Analytic Psychotherapy Combined with Drug Therapy. Leopold Bellak; Jack B. Chassan; Helen K. Gediman; Marvin Hurvich. Pp. 465-469.  169
Harold R. Galef
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLVII, 1974: A Psychophysiological Study of Nightmares and Night Terrors: III. Mental Content and Recall of Stage 4 Night Terrors. Charles Fisher; Edwin Kahn; Adele Edwards; David M. Davis; Jeffrey Fine. Pp. 174-188.  169
Harold R. Galef
Israel Annals of Psychiatry. XI, 1973  170
 
Israel Annals of Psychiatry. XI, 1973: Jewish Circumcision: A Birth and Initiation Rite of Passage. George Pollock. Pp. 297-300.  170
 
Israel Annals of Psychiatry. XI, 1973: Socio-Cultural Expression and Implications of Death, Mourning and Bereavement Arising Out of the War Situation in Israel. P. Palgi. Pp. 301-329.  170
M. Donald Coleman
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Identity Crises in a Midsummer Nightmare: Comedy as Terror in Disguise. Melvin Goldstein. Pp. 169-204.  170
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Infantile Fantasies in Shakespearean Metaphor: I. The Fear of Being Smothered. Alan B. Rothenberg. Pp. 205-222.  171
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Baptista and His Daughters. S. C. V. Stetner. Pp. 223-237.  171
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: The Suicide of Young Werther. M. D. Faber. Pp. 239-276.  171
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Adler, Oedipus, and the Tyranny of Weakness. Roy Huss. Pp. 277-295.  171
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Tragic Catharsis and the Resources of the Ego. Philip M. Withim. Pp. 498-518.  171
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Dora Revisited. Karl K. Lewin. Pp. 519-532.  172
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: Infantile Fantasies in Shakespearean Metaphor: II. Scopophilia and Fears of Ocular Rape and Castration. Alan B. Rothenberg. Pp. 533-556.  172
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: On the Shores of Self: Samuel Beckett's 'Molloy'—Irredentism and the Creative Impulse. Gilbert J. Rose. Pp. 587-604.  172
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LX, 1973: The 'As If' Personality and Transvestitism. Michael A. Sperber. Pp. 605-612.  172
Ernest Kafka
Notes  173
 
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  173
 
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  174
Gerald Epstein
Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  174
 
Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  175
Simon A. Grolnick
Notes  176
 
Notes  176
 
Notes  176
 
The Etiological Significance of the Primal Scene in Perversions  177
Andrew Peto, M.D.
Evaluation of Progress in Supervision  191
Stanley S. Weiss, M.D. and Joan Fleming, M.D.
Some Observations on Transitional Object and Infantile Fetish  206
Herman Roiphe and Eleanor Galenson
Awe and Premature Ejaculation: A Case Study  232
Lionel Finkelstein, M.D.
Idrosophobia: A Form of Pregenital Conversion  253
Theodore Dosuzkov, M.D.
Split Object Choice  266
Shelley Orgel, M.D.
On the Erotization of the Umbilicus  269
Gert Heilbrunn, M.D.
The Writings of Anna Freud. Volume III. Infants without Families. Reports on the Hampstead Nurseries. 1939-1945: By Anna Freud in collaboration with Dorothy Burlingham. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 681 pp.  274
Dale R. Meers
Beyond the Best Interests of the Child: By Joseph Goldstein, Anna Freud, and Albert J. Solnit. New York: The Free Press, 1973. 170 pp.  275
Sidney Axelrad
The Child in his Family. The Impact of Disease and Death. Volume 2. (Yearbook of the International Association for Child Psychiatry and Allied Professions.): Edited by E. James Anthony, M.D. and Cyrille Koupernik, M.D. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1973. 509 pp.  278
Steven Hammerman
Autism and Childhood Psychosis: By Frances Tustin. New York: Science House, Inc., 1972. 200 pp.  282
Marjorie R. Leonard
Not by the Color of their Skin. The Impact of Racial Differences on the Child's Development: By Marjorie McDonald, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1970. 242 pp.  287
Jules Glenn
Annie Reich: Psychoanalytic Contributions: New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 376 pp.  290
Maurice R. Friend
Depression. Comparative Studies of Normal, Neurotic, and Psychotic Conditions: By Edith Jacobson, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1972. 353 pp.  291
William J. Pieper
Conceptual Index to Psychoanalytic Technique and Training, Volumes I-V: Compiled and edited by Henry Harper Hart, M.D. Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.: North River Press, 1972. 1584 pp.  295
Denis Gaffney
Makers of Social Science. Sigmund Freud: Edited by Paul Roazen. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973. 186 pp.  296
Harry Trosman
The Ghost Dance. The Origins of Religion: By Weston La Barre. New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1970. 677 pp.  298
L. Bryce Boyer
Generative Man: Psychoanalytic Perspectives: By Don S. Browning. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1973. 266 pp.  304
Henry Krystal
O'Neill. Son and Playwright  308
Joseph D. Lichtenberg
The Seven-Percent Solution. Being a Reprint from the Reminiscences of John H. Watson, M.D.: As edited by Nicholas Meyer. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1974. 253 pp.  312
Stanley A. Leavy
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Functional Structure of Informal Role-Systems. Dieter Beckmann. Pp. 718-748.  314
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: The Diagnostic and Prognostic Significance of the Initial Dream in Psychotherapy. Hermann Schultz. Pp. 749-769.  314
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Psychoanalysis—Hermeneutic or Empirical Science? Stavros Mentzos. Pp. 832-849.  314
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Psychodynamics of Group Regression. Psychoanalytic Observations of Young Hungarian Refugees. Vera Ligeti and Hans Strotzka. Pp. 870-885.  315
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Two-Week Joint Psychotherapy with Couples. Horst-Eberhard Richter. Pp. 889-901.  315
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Tape Recording as a Means for Research into the Psychotherapeutic Process. Horst Kächele; Cornelia Schaumburg; Helmut Thöma. Pp. 902-927.  315
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Narcissism, Identity and Religion. Joachim Scharfenberg. Pp. 949-966.  315
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: The Psychoanalytic Treatment Situation as a Basis of Psychoanalytic Therapy. Lutz Rosenkötter. Pp. 989-1000.  315
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: The Walk-In Interview. Experiments with a Brief Psychoanalytic Interview. H. Argelander; A. Eckstaedt; R. Fischer; O. Goldschmidt; K. Kennel. Pp. 1001-1066.  316
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Notes on the Analyst's Self-Perception. Rolf Klüwer. Pp. 1077-1089.  316
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Problems of Idealization. Margarete Mitscherlich-Nielsen. Pp. 1106-1127.  316
 
Psyche. XXVII, 1973: Afterthoughts on 'Student Unrest'. Heide Berndt. Pp. 1128-1151.  317
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: The Dreamer and His Dream. Jean Guillaumin. Pp. 5-48.  317
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: Listening Perversion. Jean Gillibert. Pp. 49-72.  317
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: An Open Letter to Irma. Jean Cournut. Pp. 73-93.  318
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: The Structure of Unconscious Fantasies in Renal Transplant Patients. Jean-Charles Crombez and Paul Lefebvre. Pp. 95-107.  318
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: Anality and Language in the Treatment of a Child. Marie-Noëlle Czesnowicka. Pp. 111-154.  319
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: Lou Andreas-Salomé and Female Sexuality. Jacqueline Cosnier. Pp. 165-178.  319
 
Revue Française De Psychanalyse. XXXVII, 1973: Femininity as Conceptualized by Celibates, Freud and Jones. Alain de Mijolla. Pp. 195-224.  319
Emmett Wilson, Jr.
American Imago. XXX, 1973: 'Straw Dogs': Aggression and Violence. Fedor Hagenauer and James W. Hamilton. Pp. 221-249.  320
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Victor Tausk as Seen by His Son. Marius Tausk. Pp. 323-335.  320
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Comment on the Letter of Professor Marius Tausk. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 336-339.  320
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Paraphrase as Commentary and Critique on Gerhard Hauptmann's And Pippa Dances. Victor Tausk. Pp. 340-359.  321
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Hauptmann's And Pippa Dances and Victor Tausk's Commentary. Paul Neumarkt. Pp. 360-370.  321
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Victor Tausk: Analyst and Dramatic Critic. Mark Kanzer. Pp. 371-379.  321
 
American Imago. XXX, 1973: Jensen's Gradiva: A Further Interpretation. By James W. Hamilton. Pp. 380-412.  322
Joseph William Slap
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: The Effects of Stress on the Understanding of Pronominal Co-Reference in Children. Michael P. Maratsos. Pp. 1-8.  322
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: Glossolalic Speech from a Psycholinguistic Perspective. H. A. Osser; P. F. Ostwald; B. MacWhinney; R. L. Casey. Pp. 9-19.  322
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: The Role of Competence Theories in Cognitive Psychology. Zenon W. Pylyshyn. Pp. 21-50.  323
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: The Significance of Pauses in Spontaneous Speech. S. R. Rochester. Pp. 51-81.  323
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: Difference between Linguists and Nonlinguists in Intuitions of Grammaticality-Acceptability. N. J. Spencer. Pp. 83-98.  323
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: Syntactic Complexity and Information Transmission in First-Graders: A Cross-Cultural Study. Susan H. Houston. Pp. 99-114.  324
 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. II, 1973: Structural Characteristics of Clause-Containing Sentences and Imitation by Children and Adults. Raymond Baird. Pp. 115-127.  324
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVII, 1973: Sense of Conviction, Screen Memories and Reconstruction—A Clinical Note. Edward D. Joseph. Pp. 565-578.  324
S. Warren Seides
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: The School Failure as Tutor: An Exploratory Approach. Fred Pine and Wendy Olesker. Pp. 183-200.  325
 
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: Memories of Half a Life Ago. Thomas J. Cottle. Pp. 201-212.  325
 
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: Adolescents as Mothers: An Interdisciplinary Approach to a Complex Problem. Howard J. Osofsky; Joy D. Osofsky; Norman Kendall; Renga Rajan. Pp. 233-249.  325
 
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: Pubescent Attitudinal Correlates Antecedent to Adolescent Illegitimate Pregnancy. J. H. Meyerowitz and Jonathan S. Malev. Pp. 251-258.  326
 
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: Influence of the Developmental Schedule of Puberty on Learning and Ego Functions. Harvey Peskin. Pp. 273-289.  326
 
Journal of Youth and Adolescence. II. 1973: Therapeutic Abortion During Adolescence: Psychiatric Observations. Peter Barglow and Susan Weinstein. Pp. 331-341.  326
Marion G. Hart
Revista De Psicoanálisis. XXIX, 1972: An Approach to Fantasies and the Creation of an Interpretation with Correct Technique in Character Disorders. Benito M. Lopez. Pp. 189-216.  327
Gabriel De La Vega
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  328
 
Meeting of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  328
David M. Hurst
Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  329
 
Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  330
Allan Y. Jong
Notes  330
 
Notes  330
 
Erratum  330
 
Some Problems and Potentialities of Present-Day Psychoanalysis  331
Leo Stone, M.D.
Methodology for a Prospective Study of Suitability for Psychoanalysis: The Role of Psychological Tests  371
Judith L. Kantrowitz, Ph.D., Judith G. Singer, Ph.D. and Peter H. Knapp, M.D.
Rem Sleep and the Analytic Process: A Psychophysiologic Bridge  392
Ramon Greenberg, M.D. and Chester Pearlman, M.D.
Clinical Measurement in Psychoanalysis: An Approach  404
Peter H. Knapp, M.D., Ramon Greenberg, M.D., Chester Pearlman, M.D., Murray Cohen, Ph.D., Judith Kantrowitz, Ph.D. and Jerome Sashin, M.D.
On Hearing and Inspiration in the Composition of Music  431
Martin L. Nass, Ph.D.
Scarred: A Contribution to the Study of Facial Disfigurement  450
William G. Niederland, M.D.
Parapraxis and the Mother-Child Relationship  460
Ira L. Mintz, M.D.
Libido Und Gesellschaft. Studien Über Freud Und Die Freudsche Linke (Libido and Society. Studies on Freud and the Freudian Left): By Helmut Dahmer. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1973. 466 pp.  462
Henry Lowenfeld
Naissance Du Psychanalyste De Mesmer À Freud (The Origin of Psychoanalysis from Mesmer to Freud): By Dr. Léon Chertok and Dr. Raymond de Saussure. Paris: Payot, 1973. 292 pp.  465
Francis Baudry
Introducción a Las Ideas De Bion (An Introduction to Bion's Ideas): By Leon Grinberg, Dario Sor, and Elizabeth T. de Bianchedi. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Nueva Visión, 1972. 112 pp.  466
Paulina F. Kernberg
Psychoanalyse Des Geldes. Eine Kritische Untersuchung Psychoanalytischer Geldtheorien (Psychoanalysis of Money. A Critical Investigation of Psychoanalytic Theories of Money): By Ernest Borneman. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1973. 465 pp.  468
Henry Lowenfeld
Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Science. An Annual of Integrative and Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. I: Edited by Robert R. Holt and Emanuel Peterfreund. New York: The Macmillan Co.; London: Collier-Macmillan Ltd., 1972. 399 pp.  469
Ronald M. Benson
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. XXVIII: New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1973. 511 pp.  471
John J. Francis
Basic Concepts of Psychoanalytic Psychiatry: By Elizabeth R. Zetzel, M.D. and W. W. Meissner, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1973. 312 pp.  476
Mark Kanzer
Talking with Patients: By Brian Bird, M.D. Second Edition. Philadelphia and Toronto: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1973. 363 pp.  478
George H. Allison
Psychodynamically Based Psychotherapy: By Leon J. Saul, M.D. New York: Science House (Jason Aronson, Inc.), 1972. 842 pp.  480
Daniel S. Jaffe
Psychological Bases of War: Edited by Heinrich Z. Winnik, Rafael Moses, and Mortimer Ostow. New York: Quadrangle Books, 1973. 261 pp.  482
Emily Mumford
The Present of Things Future—Explorations of Time in Human Experience: By Thomas J. Cottle and Steven L. Klineberg. New York: The Free Press, 1974. 290 pp.  484
Peter Hartocollis
The Denial of Death: By Ernest Becker. New York: The Free Press; London: Collier Macmillan, 1973. 314 pp.  487
Andrew Peto
Yeats. A Psychoanalytic Study: By Brenda S. Webster. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1973. 246 pp.  488
David P. Willbern
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVIII, 1974: Drugs and the Discontents of Civilization. R. E. Reinert. Pp. 49-56.  491
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVIII, 1974: Man's Struggle for Freedom: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry into the Individual and Social Dimensions of Human Autonomy. Nathaniel Ross. Pp. 209-221.  491
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVIII, 1974: On the Possible Preconscious Awareness of Impending Death. M. S. Nadelman. Pp. 250-256.  492
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVIII, 1974: The Prediction of Terminability in Analysis. Dennis Farrell. Pp. 317-342.  492
 
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. XXXVIII, 1974: The Myths of Thomas Szasz. Lawrence S. Kubie. Pp. 497-502.  492
S. Warren Seides
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLIX, 1974: Depression and Hostility. A. P. Schless, et al. Pp. 91-100.  493
 
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLIX, 1974: Care-Eliciting Behavior in Man. By Scott Henderson. Pp. 172-181.  493
 
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CLIX, 1974: 1902-1944. The 42-Year Editorship of Smith Ely Jelliffe. James B. Mackie. Pp. 305-318.  493
Harold R. Galef
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: Fantasy and Fear of Infanticide. Dorothy Bloch. Pp. 5-31.  494
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: Toward a Body Therapy. Herman Weiner. Pp. 45-52.  494
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: Psychoanalysis and the Mind-Body Problem. Michael J. Carella. Pp. 53-61.  494
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: Psychoanalysis and Women's Liberation. Betty Yorburg. Pp. 71-77.  494
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: A Research Method for Investigating the Effectiveness of Psychoanalytic Techniques. Phyllis W. Meadow. Pp. 79-94.  494
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: An Approach to the Treatment of Schizoid Phenomena. Gerald Appel. Pp. 99-113.  495
 
Psychoanalytic Review. LXI, 1974: Sleep and Dreams in the Analytic Hour: The Analysis of an Obsessional Patient. Lillian H. Robinson. Pp. 115-131.  495
Ernest Kafka
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. X, 1974: Alfred Adler and the Dialectic. Robert H. Dolliver. Pp. 16-20.  495
 
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. X, 1974: Freud and American Sociology, 1909-1949. Robert A. Jones. Pp. 21-39.  495
 
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. X, 1974: Psychology of Religion, 1880-1930. Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi. Pp. 84-90.  495
 
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. X, 1974: The Influence of Psychoanalytic Thought on Benjamin Spock's 'Baby and Child Care'. William G. Bach. Pp. 91-94.  496
 
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. X, 1974.: Freud in the Light of Classical Rhetoric. Patrick J. Mahony. Pp. 413-425.  496
Norman Reider
International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. II, 1973: Character Disorders: With Special Reference to the Borderline States. Peter L. Giovacchini. Pp. 7-20.  496
 
International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. II, 1973: Some Aspects of Unconscious Fantasy. Harold F. Searles. Pp. 37-50.  496
 
International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. II, 1973: A Short-Term Technique of Psychotherapy for Psychotic Depressive Reactions. Robert J. Sokol. Pp. 101-111.  497
 
International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. II, 1973: Narcissistic Problems in Patients and Therapists. William F. Murphy. Pp. 113-124.  497
John Hitchcock
Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry. XIII, 1974: Interpretation in Child Analysis: Developmental Considerations. Melvin Lewis. Pp. 32-53.  497
 
Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry. XIII, 1974: The Clinical Dimension of Baby Games. Selma Fraiberg. Pp. 202-220.  497
Alice Kross Frankel
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Speech Perception in Schizophrenia. H. C. Bull and P. H. Venablas. Pp. 350-354  498
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: A Hundred Cases of Suicide: Clinical Aspects. B. Barraclough, et al. Pp. 355-373.  498
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Genetic Factors in Puerperal Psychosis. Ingar Thuwe. Pp. 378-385.  499
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: How Depressives View the Significance of Life Events. Arthur P. Schless, et al. Pp. 406-410.  499
Robert J. Berlin
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: The Most Frequently Used Words of Spoken English. Joseph M. Wepman and Barbara Lozar. Pp. 129-136.  500
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Can Chimpanzees Learn a Phonemic Language? Alice F. Healy. Pp. 167-170.  500
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Patterns of Paralexia: A Psycholinguistic Approach. John C. Marshall and Freda Newcombe. Pp. 175-199.  500
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Grammatical Properties of Sentences as a Basis for Concept Formation. William J. Baker; Gary D. Prideaux; Bruce L. Derwing. Pp. 201-220.  500
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Phonology, Reading, and Chomsky and Halle's Optimal Orthography. Danny D. Steinberg. Pp. 239-258.  501
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: A Cross-Sectional Study of the Acquisition of Grammatical Morphemes in Child Speech. Jill G. de Villiers and Peter A. de Villiers. Pp. 267-278.  501
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: On Psycho-Linguistic Paradigms. Arthur S. Reber. Pp. 289-319.  501
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: 'Conversational' Coupling of Gaze Behavior in Prelinguistic Human Development. Joseph Jaffe; Daniel N. Stern; J. Craig Peery. Pp. 321-329.  502
 
British Journal of Psychiatry. CXXV, 1974: Word Association and Availability of Response in an Aphasic Subject. Ruth Lesser. Pp. 355-367.  502
 
Meetings of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  503
Daniel S. Papernik
Meetings of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  504
 
Meetings of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York  505
S. Warren Seides
Notes  505
 
Notes  505
 
Notes  505
 
Notes  505
 
Raymond Gosselin, M. D—1899-1975  507
 
The Structural Hypothesis—Theoretical Considerations  509
Jacob A. Arlow, M.D.
Clinical Formulations and Research  526
Edward D. Joseph, M.D.
The Need for a New General Theoretical Frame of Reference for Psychoanalysis  534
Emanuel Peterfreund, M.D.
The Past and Future of Ego Psychology  550
Robert R. Holt, Ph.D.
Three Strands of Narcissism  577
Vann Spruiell, M.D.
Early Object Loss and Denial Developmental Considerations  596
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D. and Frank M. Lachmann, Ph.D.
The Significance of Depersonalization in the Life and Writings of Joseph Conrad  612
James W. Hamilton, M.D.
An Analogue of Negation  631
Sander M. Abend, M.D.
Robert C. Bak, M. D—1908-1974  638
Walter A. Stewart
The Unconscious Today. Essays in Honor of Max Schur: Edited by Mark Kanzer, M.D. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1971. 544 pp.  640
Victor Calef and Edward M. Weinshel
Psychoanalysis. Science and Profession: By Maxwell Gitelson. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 439 pp.  647
Paul G. Myerson
The Functions of Sleep: By Ernest L. Hartmann, M.D. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1973, 198 pp.  649
Charles Fisher
The Schreber Case. Psychoanalytic Profile of a Paranoid Personality: By William G. Niederland, M.D. New York: Quadrangle/The New York Times Book Co., 1974. 172 pp.  653
Theodore Lidz
Training Psychoanalysis. A Report on Psychoanalytic Education. The Second Conference of the Chicago, Pittsburgh and Topeka Institutes: Prepared by Ishak Ramzy, Ph.D. Topeka: Topeka Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1973. 268 pp.  657
Kenneth T. Calder
Letters to Simon. On the Conduct of Psychotherapy: By I. H. Paul. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1973. 341 pp.  658
Rudolf Ekstein
The New Ego: Pitfalls in Current Thinking about Patients in Psychoanalysis: By Nathan Leites, Ph.D. New York: Jason Aronson, Inc. (Science House, Inc.), 1971. 301 pp.  659
Nathan Schlessinger
Communication, Language, and Meaning. Psychological Perspective: Edited by George A. Miller. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1973. 304 pp.  662
Martin A. Silverman
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: The Construction of Reality and Fantasies. Wolfgang Loch and Gemma Jappe. Pp. 1-31.  664
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Delayed Reaction to Concentration Camp Experiences. Alisa Segall. Pp. 221-229.  664
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Theory of Neurosis and 'Waywardness'. Karl Klüwer. Pp. 285-309.  664
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: The Psychoanalytic Situation of a Group in Comparison with Individual Therapy. Hermann Argelander. Pp. 310-327.  664
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Jacques Lacan's Concept of the Unconscious. Emma Moersch. Pp. 328-339.  665
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Methodological and Statistical Problems of Single Case Studies in Psychoanalytic Research. Cornelia Schaumburg; Horst Kächele; Helmut Thomä. Pp. 353-374.  665
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: The Role of the Psychoanalyst in Psychotherapeutic Interactions. Helmut Thomä. Pp. 381-394.  665
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: The Surprised Psychoanalyst. Klaus Horn. Pp. 395-430.  665
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: The Analyst as Lawgiver and Teacher: Legitimate or Illegitimate Roles? Wolfgang Loch. Pp. 431-460.  666
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Psychopathology and Creativity. Hans Müler-Braunschweig. Pp. 600-634.  666
 
Psyche. XXVIII, 1974: Indian Culture and Psychoanalysis. Sudhir Kahar. Pp. 635-650.  666
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. I, 1973: Some Evidence on the Inadequacy of the Concept and Determination of Dangerousness in Law and Psychiatry. Henry J. Steadman. Pp. 409-426.  667
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. I, 1973: Insane versus Feigned Insane: A Reply to Dr. D. L. Rosenhan. David L. Wolitzky. Pp. 463-473.  667
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. I, 1973: The Ruby Case: Who or What Was on Trial? Lawrence S. Kubie. Pp. 475-491.  668
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. I, 1973: The World of Humor, Medicine, Psychiatry, and Law. Irwin N. Perr. Pp. 493-498.  668
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: The Mentally Disabled and His Lawyer. Robert K. Patch. Pp. 33-43.  668
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: Enuresis, Fire Setting, and Animal Cruelty in Male Adolescent Delinquents: a Triad Predictive of Violent Behavior. Douglas Wax and Victor Haddox. Pp. 45-71.  669
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: A Troubled View of Current Trends in Forensic Psychiatry. Seymour L. Halleck. Pp. 135-157.  669
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: Some Superego Considerations in Crime and Punishment. Stuart S. Asch. Pp. 159-181.  669
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: Behavior Modification for Patients and Prisoners: Constitutional Ramifications of Enforced Therapy. Lynn Bregman Kassirer. Pp. 245-302.  669
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: International Law, Nationalism, and the Sense of Self: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry. C. G. Schoenfeld. Pp. 303-317.  670
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: A Comparison of Blacks and Whites Committed for Evaluation of Competency To Stand Trial on Criminal Charges. Gerald Cooke; Eric Pogany; Norman G. Johnston. Pp. 319-337.  670
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: To Be Guilty or Not To Be Guilty. Samuel J. Jedwab and Alex K. Gigeroff. Pp. 339-354.  670
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: The Psychodynamics of Criminal Behavior and Their Implications for Prison and Jail Reform. George Freeman Solomon. Pp. 379-414.  670
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: The Relationship between Attitudes toward Capital Punishment and Assignment of the Death Penalty. George Stricker and George L. Jurow. Pp. 415-422.  671
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Law. II, 1974: A Forensic Psychiatry Clinic in Evolution. Browning Hoffman; Robert Showalter; Charles Whitebread. Pp. 423-435.  671
 
Journal of Psychiatry and Low. II, 1974: The Expanding Fist: A Behavioral Approach to Riot Prevention and Rehabilitation. John G. Watkins. Pp. 437-453.  671
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: Brief Psychotherapy in the Hospital Setting: Techniques and Goals. Alfred B. Lewis, Jr. Pp. 341-352.  671
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: 'Clothes Makyth the Man.' Or the Psychological Significance of Clothing in a Residential Setting for Adolescents. Brian W. Joseph. Pp. 353-370.  672
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: The Soldier Saint—A Psychological Analysis of the Conversion of Ignatius of Loyola. Jose R. Lombillo. Pp. 386-418.  672
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: Perspectives on Death Anxiety: A Review. Robert D. Stolorow. Pp. 473-486.  672
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: Psychiatric Diagnoses as an Aid to Psychiatric Classification. Barry J. Gurland, et al. Pp. 533-545.  672
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: Schizophrenia as a Genetic Polymorphism. Robert F. Kraus. Pp. 546-558.  673
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: The Immorality of Morality. Irving Markowitz. Pp. 558-570.  673
 
Psychiatric Quarterly. XLVII, 1973: The Rape of the Lock Revisited. David K. Kentsmith. Pp. 571-585.  673
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Materand Nannie: Freud's Two Mothers and the Discovery of the Oedipus Complex. Jim Swan. Pp. 1-64.  673
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Chaucer'sThe Merchant's Tale:Tender Youth and Stooping Age. Robert J. Kloss. Pp. 65-79.  674
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Rousseau's Account of a Psychological Crisis. Translated by Robert J. Ellrich. Pp. 80-94.  674
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Death, Incest, and the Triple Bond in Later Plays of Shakespeare. R. E. Gajdusek. Pp. 109-158.  674
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Othello: Symbolic Action, Ritual and Myth. M. D. Faber. Pp. 159-205.  674
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Youth, Culture and Psychoanalysis. Leo A. Spiegel. Pp. 206-231.  674
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Yeats's 'Second Coming': What Rough Beast? Richard P. Wheeler. Pp. 233-251.  675
 
American Imago. XXXI, 1974: Raskolnikov's Motives: Love and Murder. Edward Wasiolek. Pp. 252-269.  675
Joseph William Slap
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  676
 
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalytic Society  676
Eugene L. Goldberg
Meetings of the New York Psychoanalyttic Society  677
Michael S. Trupp
Notes  678
 
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