Separáty k 30. 11. 2009. Seznam řazený podle signatur.

  

Poznámka ke struktuře signatury. Význam znaků. S=separát (zvláštní otisk) z: A=ročenky (annual), B=editované knihy (book), C=sborníku z konference (conference), J=časopisu (journal), M=monografického doplňku (monograph supplement). Číslo vyjadřuje abecední pořadí zdroje, u téhož zdroje pořadí časové.

  
  
           

PorAut

Autor

Název

Zdroj

Strana

Počet kusů

Signatura

PorSigin

PorSigout

  

167

Friedrich, Peter:

Das Prinzip der Strukturanalyse in der phänomenologischen Psychopathologie.

Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 46, Supplement 219, 1970.

76–82

1

SM 00010

1

1

  

107

Cvekl, J.:

Biologické a sociální faktory v lidské psychice.

Activitas nervosa superior, 5/3, 1963.

311–319

1

SJ 00020

1

2

  

639

Vinař, O.:

Klinická psychofarmakologie v roce 1963.

Activitas nervosa superior, 6/2, 1964.

129–159

1

SJ 00030

2

3

  

269

Jacobson, Edith:

Contribution to the metapsychology of cyclothymic depression.

Affective Disordes (Greenacre, Ph., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1953.

49–83

1

SB 00040

1

4

  

455

Ostow, Mortimer:

Chapter 3. The biological basis of human behavior.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

58–87

1

SB 00050

1

5

  

620

Stevenson, Ian:

Chapter 9. The psychiatric interview.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

197–214

1

SB 00060

2

6

  

619

Stevenson, Ian and Sheppe, W. M.:

Chapter 10. The psychiatric examination.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

215–234

1

SB 00070

3

7

  

413

Michaels, Joseph J.:

Chapter 19. Character structure and character disorders.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

353–377

1

SB 00080

4

8

  

100

Cleckley, Hervey M.:

Chapter 28. Psychopathic states.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

567–588

1

SB 00090

5

9

  

44

Benedek, Therese F.:

Chapter 37. Sexual functions in women and their disturbance.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

727–748

1

SB 00100

6

10

  

201

Goldstein, Kurt:

Chapter 39. Functional disturbances in brain damage.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

770–794

1

SB 00110

7

11

  

285

Johnson, Adelaide M.:

Chapter 42. Juvenile delinquency.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

840–856

1

SB 00120

8

12

  

88

Brosin, Henry W.:

Chapter 57. Psychiatric conditions following head injury.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1175–1202

1

SB 00130

9

13

  

506

Rome, H. P. and Robinson, D. B.:

Chapter 62. Psychiatric conditions associated with metabolic, endocrine and nutritional disorders.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1260–1288

1

SB 00140

10

14

  

202

Goldstein, Kurt:

Chapter 65. The organismic approach.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1333–1347

1

SB 00150

11

15

  

424

Moreno, J. L.:

Chapter 68. Psychodrama.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1375–1396

1

SB 00160

12

16

  

222

Greenson, Ralph R.:

Chapter 69. The classic psychoanalytic approach.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1399–1416

1

SB 00170

13

17

  

256

Hoch, Paul H.:

Chapter 77. Drug therapy.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1541–1551

1

SB 00180

14

18

  

182

Gerard, Ralph W.:

Chapter 80. Neurophysiology: Brain and behavior.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1620–1638

1

SB 00190

15

19

  

533

Sargent, H. D. and Mayman, M.:

Chapter 85. Clinical psychology.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1711–1732

1

SB 00200

16

20

  

425

Murphy, Gardner:

Chapter 86. Social psychology.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1733–1742

1

SB 00210

17

21

  

495

Rapoport, Anatol:

Chapter 87. Mathematics and cybernetics.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1743–1759

1

SB 00220

18

22

  

370

Linn, Louis:

Chapter 91. Hospital psychiatry.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1829–1839

1

SB 00230

19

23

  

360

Levine, M. and Lederer, H. D.:

Chapter 97. Teaching of psychiatry in medical schools.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1923–1934

1

SB 00240

20

24

  

355

Lemkau, Paul V.:

Chapter 99. Mental hygiene.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1948–1959

1

SB 00250

21

25

  

66

Blain, Daniel:

Chapter 100. The organization of psychiatry in the United States.

American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti, S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1959.

1960–1982

1

SB 00260

22

26

  

58

Bernfeld, Suzanne Cassirer:

Freud and archeology.

American Imago, 8/2, 1951.

107–128

1

SJ 00270

1

27

  

577

Slochower, Harry:

Eros and the trauma of death.

American Imago, 21/3-4, 1964.

1122

1

SJ 00280

2

28

  

580

Slochower, Harry:

Symbolism and the creative process.

American Imago, 22/1-2, 1965.

112–127

1

SJ 00290

3

29

  

134

Eissler, Kurt R.:

Psychopathology and creativity.

American Imago, 24/1-2, 1967.

35–81

1

SJ 00300

4

30

  

176

Gedo, John E.:

Freud´s self-analysis and his scientific ideas.

American Imago, 25/2, 1968.

99–118

1

SJ 00310

5

31

  

541

Shengold, Leonard:

Freud´s dreams revisited.

American Imago, 26/3, 1969.

242–250

1

SJ 00320

6

32

  

576

Slochower, Harry:

Camus´ The Stranger: The silent society and the ecstasy of rage.

American Imago, 26/3, 1969.

291–294

1

SJ 00330

7

33

  

291

Kanzer, Mark:

Sigmund and Alexander Freud on the Acropolis.

American Imago, 26/4, 1969.

324–354

1

SJ 00340

8

34

  

238

Haley, Jay:

The art of being a failure as a therapist.

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 39/4, 1969.

691–695

1

SJ 00350

1

35

  

8

Alexander, Franz:

Current problems in dynamic psychotherapy in its relationship to psychoanalysis.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 116/4, 1959.

322–325

1

SJ 00360

1

36

  

287

Joseph, S. E.:

Horace and mental health.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 118/3, 1961.

218–222

1

SJ 00370

2

37

  

574

Sklansky, Morris A.:

In memoriam: Maxwell Gitelson, 1902-1965.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 122/4, 1965.

469–470

1

SJ 00380

3

38

  

592

Spiegel, H. and Linn, L.:

The „ripple effect“ following adjunct hypnosis in analytic psychotherapy.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 126/1, 1969.

53–58

1

SJ 00390

4

39

  

453

Offer, D./ Marcus, D./ Offer, J. L.:

A longitudinal study of normal adolescent boys.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 126/7, 1970.

917–924

1

SJ 00400

5

40

  

311

Knoff, William F.:

A history of the concept of neurosis, with a memoir of William Cullen.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 127/1, 1970.

80–84

1

SJ 00410

6

41

  

397

Marmor, Judd:

The future of psychoanalytic therapy.

American Journal of Psychiatry, 130/11, 1973.

1197–1202

1

SJ 00420

7

42

  

499

Riemann, Fritz:

The personality structure of the analyst and its influence on the course of treatment.

American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 28/1, 1968.

69–79

1

SJ 00430

1

43

  

60

Bindra, Dalbir:

A unified interpretation of emotion and motivation.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 159, 1969.

1071–1083

1

SJ 00440

1

44

  

181

Gendlin, E. T. and Rychlak, J. F.:

Psychotherapeutic processes.

Annual Review of Psychology, 21, 1970.

156–190

1

SA 00450

1

45

  

120

Dyrud, J. E. and Donnelly, Ch.:

Executive functions of the ego.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 20, March 1969.

257–261

1

SJ 00460

1

46

  

446

Notman, M. T. and Zinberg, N. E.:

Functions of a short-term therapy program.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 20, April 1969.

403–407

1

SJ 00470

2

47

  

623

Strupp, Hans H.:

Toward a specification of teaching and learning in psychotherapy.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 21, August 1969.

203–212

1

SJ 00480

3

48

  

254

Hendin, Herbert:

Black suicide.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 21, October 1969.

407–422

1

SJ 00490

4

49

  

244

Haskell, D./ Pugatch, D./ McNair, M.:

Time-limited psychotherapy for whom.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 21, November 1969.

546–552

1

SJ 00500

5

50

  

326

Kramer, Milton:

Manifest dream content in normal and psychopathologic states.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 22, February 1970.

149–159

1

SJ 00510

6

51

  

297

Kendell, Robert E.:

Relationship between aggression and depression.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 22, April 1970.

308–318

1

SJ 00520

7

52

  

7

Adler, Gerald:

Valuing and devaluing in the psychotherapeutic process.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 22, May 1970.

454–461

1

SJ 00530

8

53

  

10

Alexander, J. M. and Isaacs, K. S.:

The function of affect.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 37, 1964.

231–237

1

SJ 00540

1

54

  

154

Forrest, A. D.:

Manifestations of „hysteria“: Phobic patients and „hospital recidivists“.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 42, 1969.

263–270

1

SJ 00550

2

55

  

571

Silverman, Lloyd H.:

An experimental technique for the study of unconscious conflict.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 44, 1971.

17–25

1

SJ 00560

3

56

  

204

Gottschalk, Louis A.:

Some psychoanalytic research into the communication of meaning through language: The quality and magnitude of psychological states.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 44, 1971.

131–147

1

SJ 00570

4

57

  

634

Tyson, R. L. and Sandler, J.:

Problems in the selection of patients for psychoanalysis: Comments on the application of the concepts of „indications“, „suitability“ and „analysability“.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 44, 1971.

211–228

1

SJ 00580

5

58

  

234

Guntrip, Harry:

The egopsychology of Freud and Adler reexamined in the 1970s.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 44, 1971.

305–318

1

SJ 00590

6

59

  

86

Brockbank, Reed:

The contributions of psychoanalytical theory to community mental health.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 44, 1971.

319–328

1

SJ 00600

7

60

  

525

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: I. Introduction.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 45, 1972.

127–131

1

SJ 00610

8

61

  

526

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: II. The historical context and phases in the development of psychoanalysis.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 45, 1972.

133–142

1

SJ 00620

9

62

  

527

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: III. A note on the basic assumptions.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 45, 1972.

143–147

1

SJ 00630

10

63

  

528

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: IV. The affect-trauma frame of reference.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 45, 1972.

265–272

1

SJ 00640

11

64

  

675

Wolff, Heinz H.:

Aggression in relation to health and illness.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 46, 1973.

23–27

1

SJ 00650

12

65

  

529

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: V. The topographical frame of reference: the organization of the mental apparatus.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 46, 1973.

29–36

1

SJ 00660

13

66

  

530

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: VI. The topographical frame of reference: the Unconscious.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 46, 1973.

37–43

1

SJ 00670

14

67

  

673

Wittkower, E. D. and Naiman, J.:

Psychoanalysis in international perspective.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 46, 1973.

97–103

1

SJ 00680

15

68

  

531

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: VII. The topographical frame of reference: the Preconscious and the Conscious.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 46, 1973.

143–153

1

SJ 00690

16

69

  

532

Sandler, J./ Dare, Ch./ Holder, A.:

Frames of reference in psychoanalytic psychology: VIII. The topographical frame of reference: transference as an illlustration of the functioning of the mental apparatus.

British Journal of Medical Psychology, 47, 1974.

43–51

1

SJ 00700

17

70

  

104

Cooper, Alan J.:

A factual study of male potency disorders.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 114, 1968.

719–731

1

SJ 00710

1

71

  

105

Cooper, Alan J.:

Disorders of sexual potency in the male: A clinical and statistical study of some factors related to short-term prognosis.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 115, 1969.

710–719

1

SJ 00720

2

72

  

31

Aston, P. Jean:

Predicting verbal participation in group therapy.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 116, 1970.

45–50

1

SJ 00730

3

73

  

423

More (Muggia), Joseph:

Hypnoanalysis and analytic psychotherapy: A comparative study.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 117, 1970.

75–82

1

SJ 00740

4

74

  

83

Brandon, Sydney:

Crisis theory and possibilities of therapeutic intervention.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 117, 1970.

627–633

1

SJ 00750

5

75

  

396

Marks, Isaac:

The future of the psychotherapies.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 118, 1971.

69–73

1

SJ 00760

6

76

  

395

Marks, I./ Boulougouris, J./ Marset, P.:

Flooding versus desensitization in the treatment of phobic patients: A crossover study.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 119, 1971.

353–375

1

SJ 00770

7

77

  

59

Bianchi, G. N.:

Patterns of hypochondriasis: A principal components analysis.

British Journal of Psychiatry, 122, 1973.

541–548

1

SJ 00780

8

78

  

50

Beres, David:

Symbol and object.

Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 29/1, 1965.

2–23

1

SJ 00790

1

79

  

635

Van der Waals, H. G.:

Problems of narcissism.

Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 29/6, 1965.

293–311

1

SJ 00800

2

80

  

435

Beres, David:

The unconscious fantasy. (From a scientific meeting reported by P. F. D. Seitz.)

Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis, 2/4, 1961.

194–195

1

SJ 00810

1

81

  

608

Sterba, R. and Sterba, E.:

Remarks concerning the personality of Michelangelo Buonarroti. (From a scientific meeting reported by B. Cowitz.)

Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis, 2/4, 1961.

195–197

1

SJ 00820

2

82

  

101

Cleghorn, R. A.:

Hysteria – multiple manifestations of semantic confusion. (Symposium)

Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal, 14/6, 1969.

539–551

1

SJ 00830

1

83

  

314

Kohut, Heinz and Seitz, Philip F. D.:

Concepts and theories of psychoanalysis.

Concepts of personality (Wepman, J. M. and Heine, R. W., Eds.) Chicago: Aldine, 1963.

113–141

1

SC 00840

1

84

  

102

Coles, Robert:

On courage.

Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 1/2, 1965.

85–98

1

SJ 00850

1

85

  

568

Sifneos, Peter E.:

Crisis psychotherapy.

Current Psychiatric Therapies, 6, 1966.

125–127

1

SA 00860

1

86

  

152

Fleming, Joan:

2. Freud´s concept of self-analysis: Its relevance for psychoanalytic training.

Currents in Psychoanalysis (Marcus, I. M., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1971.

14–46

1

SB 00870

1

87

  

258

Holubář, J.:

Elektroencefalografické projevy kožního galvanického reflexu u člověka. (Přednáška)

Československá fysiologie, 7, 1958.

179–180

1

SJ 00880

1

88

  

403

Matějček, Zdeněk:

Některé zkušenosti ze sledování duševního vývoje dětí v dětských domovech pro děti od 1 do 3 let.

Československá pediatrie, 15/3, 1960.

234–241

1

SJ 00890

1

89

  

404

Matějček, Zdeněk:

O vývojové dislexii.

Československá pediatrie, 20/8, 1965.

720–724

1

SJ 00900

2

90

  

283

Jetel, M.:

Vyšetřování zručnosti u dětí zdravých a encefalopatických.

Československá pediatrie, 21/6, 1966.

513–521

1

SJ 00910

3

91

  

405

Matějček, Zdeněk:

Psychologické nálezy a nápravný postup u našich dislektiků.

Československá psychiatrie, 55/1, 1959.

23–30

1

SJ 00920

1

92

  

406

Černý, L./ Fuchs, V./ Jíra., J./ Bozděch, V.:

Vrozená poškození CNS dětí ve vztahu k latentní toxoplazmóze matek.

Československá psychiatrie, 56/2, 1960.

85–94

1

SJ 00930

2

93

  

284

Jirásek, Jaroslav:

Zkouška DOI.

Československá psychiatrie, 56/2, 1960.

118–125

1

SJ 00940

3

94

  

402

Matějček, Zdeněk:

Možnosti využití kresebného projevu dítěte v psychologické praxi.

Československá psychologie, 1/1, 1957.

1–8

1

SJ 00950

1

95

  

399

Matějček, Z. a Langmeier, J.:

Vývojová dyslexie: I. Historie problému, přehled základních koncepcí, pracovní definice.

Československá psychologie, 4/4, 1960.

338–353

1

SJ 00960

2

96

  

638

Veselý, J.:

Několik poznámek k problémům puberty.

Československá psychologie, 6/2, 1962.

143–153

1

SJ 00970

3

97

  

401

Matějček, Z. a Žlab, Z.:

Lateralita u našich dyslektiků.

Československá psychologie, 7/2, 1963.

132–146

1

SJ 00980

4

98

  

471

Pinkava, V.:

K otázce koincidence homosexuality u muže s bisexuální zoofilií a k některým příbuzným otázkám.

Československá psychologie, 7/3, 1963.

259–262

1

SJ 00990

5

99

  

400

Matějček, Z. a Reithar, S.:

Otázky školní zralosti našich ústavních dětí.

Československá psychologie, 7/4, 1963.

338–345

1

SJ 01000

6

100

  

263

Chodura, I.:

Příspěvek k hodnocení a používání Minnesotského dotazníku.

Československá psychologie, 8/3, 1964.  

265–273

1

SJ 01010

7

101

  

245

Hebb, D. O.:

Americká revoluce.

Československá psychologie, 11/1, 1967.

37–50

1

SJ 01020

8

102

  

266

J. Hlavsa:

Aplikovamá psychologie kreativity.

Československá psychologie, 15/6, 1971.

615–618

1

SJ 01030

9

103

  

312

Knotek, P./ Šípek, J./ Mikota, V./ Pokorný, D.:

Struktura sociálních činností, osobnost a duševní zdraví.

Československá psychologie, 29/3, 1985.

215–223

3

SJ 01040

10

104

  

264

Ilkovič/Pátý/Pišútová,Pišút/Hlavsa/Prandstetter:

Otázky a názory.

Československý časopis pro fyziku, A 22, 1972.

162–170

1

SJ 01050

1

105

  

145

Erikson, Erik H.:

On the nature of psychohistorical evidence: In search of Gandhi.

Deadalus, 97/3, 1968.

695–730

1

SJ 01060

1

106

  

288

Kalinowsky, Lothar B.:

Schockbehandlung, Lobotomie und andere somatische Behanudlungen in den Vereinigten Staten.

Der Nervenarzt, 19/12, 1948.

537–544

1

SJ 01070

1

107

  

113

Datler, Wilfried:

Was leistet die Psychoanalyse für die Sonderpädagogik?

Die neue Sonderschule, 3, 2000.

1–13

1

SJ 01080

1

108

  

43

Bender, Lauretta:

Genetic data in evaluation and management of disordered behavior in children.

Diseases of the Nervous System, 21, Monograph Supplement February 1960.

1–8

1

SM 01090

1

109

  

560

Schorer / Lowinger / Sullivan / Hartlaub:

Improvement without treatment.

Diseases of the Nervous System, 29, February 1968.

100–104

1

SJ 01100

2

110

  

351

Leeuw, P. J. van der:

Quelques remarques sur les problemes de transfert.

Documents et debats,11, mai 1975.

75–77

1

SJ 01110

1

111

  

210

Greenacre, Phyllis:

Penis awe and its relation to penis envy.

Drives, Affects, Behavior (Loewenstein, R. M., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1953.

176–190

1

SB 01120

1

112

  

604

Stein, Martin H.:

States of consciousness in the analytic situation: Including a note on the traumatic dream.

Drives, Affects, Behavior, Volume 2  (Schur, M., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1965.

60–86

1

SB 01130

2

113

  

273

Jacobson, Edith:

The return of the lost parent.

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Winnicott, Donald W.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 34/2, 1953.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 36/1, 1955.

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The problem of scientific validation in psychoanalytic interpretation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 36/2, 1955.

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Spitz, René A.:

A note on the exploration of ethological findings. (A reply to L. Szekely: „Biological remarks on fears originating in early childhood“.)

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 36/3, 1955.

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Rycroft, Charles:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/2-3, 1956.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/4-5, 1956.

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Transference: The analytical setting and its prototype.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/4-5, 1956.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/4-5, 1956.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/4-5, 1956.

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Nacht, S./ Diatkine, R./ Favreau, J.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37/4-5, 1956.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 38/3-4, 1957.

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Karpe, M. and Karpe, R.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/2-4, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/5, 1958.

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The three areas of the mind: Theoretical considerations.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/5, 1958.

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The nature of the child´s tie to his mother.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/5, 1958.

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An enquiry into the function of words in the psychoanalytical situation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/5, 1958.

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Winnicott, Donald W.:

The capacity to be alone.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/5, 1958.

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Murphy, William F.:

Character, trauma and sensory perception.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/6, 1958.

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Szasz, Thomas S.:

Psychoanalytic training: A sociopsychological analysis of its history and present status.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39/6, 1958.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 40/1, 1959.

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Rapaport, D. and Gill, M. M.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 40/3-4, 1959.

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Grotjahn, Martin:

On bullfighting and the future of tragedy.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 40/3-4, 1959.

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Bowlby, John:

Separation anxiety.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/2-3, 1960.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/2-3, 1960.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/2-3, 1960.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Symposium on Psychoanalysis and Ethology: II. Ethology and the development of object relations.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Perception, imagination, and reality.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Jaques, Elliott:

Disturbances in the capacity to work.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Little, Margaret:

On basic unity.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Peto, Andrew:

On the transient disintegrative effect of interpretations.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Greenson, Ralph R.:

Empathy and its vicissitudes.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Khan, M. Masud R.:

Clinical aspects of the schizoid personality: Affects and technique.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/4-5, 1960.

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Winnicott, Donald W.:

The theory of the parent-infant relationship.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/6, 1960.

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2

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Sperling, Melitta:

The psychoanalytic treatment od a case of chronic regional ileitis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/6, 1960.

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Pollock, George H.:

The role and responsibilities of the psychoanalytic consultant.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41/6, 1960.

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Saul, L. J. and Beck, A. T.:

Psychodynamics of male homosexuality.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/1-2, 1961.

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Racker, Geneviève T. de:

On the formulation of the interpretation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/1-2, 1961.

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Balkányi, Charlotte:

Psychoanalysis of a stammering girl.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/1-2, 1961.

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The fragmentizing function of the ego in the transference neurosis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/3, 1961.

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Giovacchini, Peter L.:

Resistance and external object relations.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/3, 1961.

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Chertok, Leon:

On the discovery of the cathartic method.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/3, 1961.

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Bowlby, John:

Processes of mourning.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Pollock, George H.:

Mourning and adaptation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Pedersen, Stefi:

Personality formation in adolescence and its impact upon the psychoanalytical treatment of adults.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Shengold, Leonard:

Chekhov and Schreber: Vicissitudes of a certain kind of father-son relationship.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Krapf, E. E.:

The concepts of normality and mental health in psychoanalysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Rosen, Victor H.:

The relevance of „style“ to certain aspects of defence and the synthetic function of the ego.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/4-5, 1961.

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Ramzy, Ishak:

The range and spirit of psychoanalytic technique.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/6, 1961.

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Carlson, Helen B.:

The relationship of the acute confusional state to ego development.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/6, 1961.

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Garma, Angel:

Colour in dreams.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 42/6, 1961.

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James, Martin:

Infantile narcissistic trauma: Observations on Winnicott´s work in infant care and child development.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/1, 1962.

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Gottschalk, L. A. and Whitman, R. M.:

Some typical complications mobilized by the psychoanalytic procedure.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/2-3, 1962.

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Weissman, Philip:

Structural considerations in overt male bisexuality.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/2-3, 1962.

159–168

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Schiffer, Irvine:

The psychoanalytic study of the development of a conversion symptom.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/2-3, 1962.

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Gitelson, Maxwell:

The curative factors in psychoanalysis. I. The first phase of psychoanalysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/2-3, 1962.

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Heimann, Paula:

Curative factors in psychoanalysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Freud, Anna:

The theory of the parent-infant relationship. Contrubutions to discussion.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Loewald, Hans W.:

The superego and the ego ideal: II. Superego and time.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Waelder, Robert:

Symposium: Selection criteria for the training of psychoanalytic students. III. The selection of candidates.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Ramzy, Ishak:

Research in psychoanalysis: Contribution on discussion.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Gitelson, Maxwell:

Communication from the president about the neoanalytic movement.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/4-5, 1962.

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Tarachow, Sidney:

Interpretation and reality in psychotherapy.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/6, 1962.

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Rycroft, Charles:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43/6, 1962.

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Symptom formation and character formation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/1, 1963.

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Conflict, regression and symptom formation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/1, 1963.

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Alexander, J. M. and Isaacs, K. S.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/1, 1963.

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Wallerstein, Robert S.:

The problem of the assessment of change in psychotherapy.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/1, 1963.

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Frigidity and object relationship.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/1, 1963.

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Weissman, Philip:

The effects of preoedipal paternal attitudes on development and character.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/2, 1963.

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Bonnard, Augusta:

Impediments of speech: A special psychosomatic instance.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/2, 1963.

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Nydes, Jule:

IV. Schreber, parricide and paranoid masochism.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/2, 1963.

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Modell, Arnold H.:

Primitive object relationships and the predisposition to schizophrenia.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/3, 1963.

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The fragmentizing function of the ego in the analytic session.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/3, 1963.

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Winnicott, Donald W.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/3, 1963.  

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Lipin, Theodore:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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Szasz, Thomas S.:

The concept of transference.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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The plurality of determinants in psychoanalysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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Isaacs, K. S./ Alexander, J. M./ Haggard, E. A.:

Faith, trust and gullibility.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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Geleerd, Elisabeth R.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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On the present scientific and social position of psychoanalysis. (Presidental address 23rd Congress IPA.)

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44/4, 1963.

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Pollock, George H.:

On symbiosis and symbiotic neurosis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/1, 1964.

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Murphy, Lois B.:

Some aspects of the first relationship.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/1, 1964.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/1, 1964.

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On verbalization.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/1, 1964.

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Rose, Gilbert J.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/1, 1964.

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Lagache, Daniel:

Symposium on Fantasy: II. Fantasy, reality and truth.

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Heimann, Paula:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/2-3, 1964.

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/2-3, 1964.

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Marcovitz, Eli:

Bemoaning the lost dream: Coleridge´s Kubla Khan" and addiction.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/2-3, 1964.

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Frijling-Schreuder, E. C. M.:

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/2-3, 1964.

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Simenauer, Erich:

Notes on the psychoanalysis of aesthetic experience.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/2-3, 1964.

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James, Martin:

Interpretation and management in the treatment of preadolescents.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/4, 1964.

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Sperling, Melitta:

A further contribution to the psychoanalytic study of migraine and psychogenic headaches.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45/4, 1964.

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Nacht, S.:

Criteria and technique for the termination of analysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 46/1, 1965.

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A Cure of Delinquents. The treatment of Maladjustment. (R. W. Shields) (Book Review)

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International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 46/4, 1965.

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1

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119

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280

Jaques, Elliott:

Death and the midlife crisis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 46/4, 1965.

502–514

1

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120

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67

Blanck, Gertrude:

Some technical implications of egopsychology.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/1, 1966.

6–13

1

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121

240

  

391

Malin, A. and Grotstein, J. S.:

Projective identification in the therapeutic process.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/1, 1966.

26–31

1

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Leeuw, P. J. van der:

Comment on Dr Ritvo´s paper.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/2-3, 1966.

132–135

1

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Bychowski, Gustav:

Obsessive-compulsive façade in schizophrenia.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/2-3, 1966.

189–197

1

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124

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250

Heimann, Paula:

Comment on Dr Kernberg´s paper.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/2-3, 1966.

254–260

1

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125

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677

Woodmansey, A. C.:

The internalization of external conflict.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/2-3, 1966.

349–355

1

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126

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375

Little, Margaret:

Transference in borderline states.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/4, 1966.

476–485

1

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127

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448

Novey, Samuel:

The sense of reality and values of the analyst as a necessary factor in psychoanalysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/4, 1966.

492–501

2

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128

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259

Hornstra, L.:

The antecedents of the negative oedipus complex.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/4, 1966.

531–538

1

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129

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566

Sidney, Levin:

Toward a classification of external factors capable of inducing psychological stress.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47/4, 1966.

546–551

2

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130

249

  

439

Nelson, Marie Coleman:

On the therapeutic redirection of energy and affects.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/1, 1967.

1–15

1

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131

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387

Lorand, Sandor:

Adolescent depression.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/1, 1967.

53–60

1

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132

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416

Milaković, Ivan:

The hypothesis of a deglutitive (prenatal) stage in libidinal development.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/1, 1967.

76–82

2

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133

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632

Ticho, Gertrude R.:

On self-analysis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/2, 1967.

308–318

1

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134

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627

Székely, Lajos:

The creative pause.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/3, 1967.

353–367

2

SJ 02540

135

254

  

98

Bychowski, Gustav:

The archaic object and alienation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/3, 1967.

384–393

1

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136

255

  

544

Shengold, Leonard:

The effects of overstimulation: Rat people.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/3, 1967.

403–415

2

SJ 02560

137

256

  

521

Sachs, Oskar:

Distictions between fantasy and reality elements in memory and reconstruction.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/3, 1967.

416–423

1

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138

257

  

680

Zavitzianos, George:

Problems of technique in the analysis of a juvenile delinquent: Therapeutic alliance and transference neurosis.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/3, 1967.

439–447

1

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139

258

  

505

Roland, Alan:

The reality of the psychoanalytic relationship and situation in the handling of transference-resistance.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/4, 1967.

504–510

3

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140

259

  

68

Bleger, José:

Psychoanalysis of the psychoanalytic frame.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/4, 1967.

511–519

3

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141

260

  

72

Bond, Alma H.:

Sadomasochistic patterns in an 18-month-old child.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 48/4, 1967.

596–603

1

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142

261

  

353

Leeuw, P. J. van der:

The psychoanalytic society.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

160–164

1

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143

262

  

565

Schwarz, Hedwig:

Contribution to Symposium on Acting Out.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

179–181

1

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144

263

  

217

Greenacre, Phyllis:

The psychoanalytic process, transference and acting out.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

211–218

1

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145

264

  

586

Sperling, Melitta:

Acting out behaviour and psychosomatic symptoms: Clinical and theoretical aspects.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

250–253

1

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146

265

  

621

Stoller, Robert J.:

A further contribution to the study of gender identity.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

364–369

1

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147

266

  

454

Orgel, S. and Shengold, L. L.:

The fatal gifts of Medea.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

379–383

1

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148

267

  

332

Kuiper, P. C.:

Comment on the paper by Drs Orgel and Shengold.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

383–385

1

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149

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657

Weissman, Philip:

Psychological concomitants of ego functioning in creativity.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

464–470

1

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150

269

  

543

Shengold, Leonard:

Once doesn´t count.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

489–491

1

SJ 02700

151

270

  

330

Kučera, Otakar:

On being acted out.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/2-3, 1968.

495–497

1

SJ 02710

152

271

  

321

Kohut, Heinz:

The evaluation of applicants for psychoanalytic training.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/4, 1968.

548–554

1

SJ 02720

153

272

  

262

Chertok, Leon:

The discovery of the transference: Towards an epistemological interpretation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/4, 1968.

560–576

1

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154

273

  

302

Kernberg, Otto F.:

The treatment of patients with borderline personality organization.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49/4, 1968.

600–619

1

SJ 02740

155

274

  

643

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

Introduction to Panel on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 50/1, 1969.

117–126

2

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156

275

  

298

Kernberg, Otto F.:

A contribution to the ego psychological critique of the Kleinian school.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 50/3, 1969.

317–333

1

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157

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349

Leeuw, P. J. van der:

On Freud´s theory formation.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 50/4, 1969.

573–581

1

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158

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348

Leeuw, P. J. van der:

Four years´ presidency: A personal view.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 51/1, 1970.

49–54

1

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159

278

  

365

Lihn, Henry:

Fetishism: A case report.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 51/3, 1970.

351–358

1

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160

279

  

218

Greenacre, Phyllis:

The transitional object and the fetish with special reference to the role of illusion.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 51/4, 1970.

447–456

1

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161

280

  

260

Chertok, Leon:

Freud in Paris: A crucial stage.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 51/4, 1970.

511–520

1

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162

281

  

255

Hill, Denis:

On the contributions of psychoanalysis to psychiatry: Mechanism and meaning.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/1, 1971.

1–10

1

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163

282

  

642

Wallerstein, R. S. and Sampson, H.:

Issues in research in the psychoanalytic process.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/1, 1971.

11–50

1

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164

283

  

153

Flournoy, Olivier:

The psychoanalyst and the psychoanalytic process.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/1, 1971.

127–135

1

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165

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143

Engel, George L.:

Attachment behaviour, object relations and the dynamic-economic points of view.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/2, 1971.

183–196

1

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166

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420

Modell, Arnold H.:

The origin of certain forms of preoedipal guilt and the implications for a psychoanalytic theory of affects.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

337–346

1

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167

286

  

480

Pulver, Sydney E.:

Can affects be unconscious?

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

347–354

1

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168

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275

Jaffe, Daniel S.:

The role of ego modification and the task of structural change in the analysis of a case of hysteria.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

375–393

1

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169

288

  

274

Jaffe, Daniel S.:

Postscript to the analysis of a case of hysteria.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

395–399

1

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170

289

  

659

Weissman, Philip:

The artist and his objects.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

401–406

1

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171

290

  

504

Roland, Alan:

The context and unique function of dreams in psychoanalytic therapy: Clinical approach.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

431–439

1

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367

Lichtenberg, J. D. and Slap, J. W.:

On the defensive organization.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

451–457

1

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173

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654

Weiss, Joseph:

The emergence of new themes: A contribution to the psychoanalytic theory of therapy.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

459–467

1

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174

293

  

366

Lihn, Henry:

Sexual masochism: A case report.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52/4, 1971.

469–478

1

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175

294

  

63

Binstock, William A.:

Purgation through pity and terror.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 54/4, 1973.

499–504

1

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176

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488

Rangell, Leo:

A psychoanalytic perspective leading currently to the syndrome of compromise of integrity.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 55/1, 1974.

3–12

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664

Widlöcher, Daniel (Ed.):

139th Bulletin of the International Psychoanalytical Association.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 55/1, 1974.

89–166

1

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178

297

  

500

Richter, Horst-Eberhard:

The role of family life in child development.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 57/4, 1976.

385–395

1

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179

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629

Thiel, J. H. and Treurniet, N.:

Panel on The Implication of Recent Advances in the Knowledge of Child Development for the Treatment of Adults.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 57/4, 1976.

429–439

1

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180

299

  

651

Weinshel, Edward M.:

Concluding comments on the congress topic.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 57/4, 1976.

451–460

1

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Leeuw, P. J. van der:

The impact of the Freud–Jung correspondence on the history of ideas.

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 58/4, 1977.

349–362

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Binstock, William A.:

Psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and surprise: The impact of words.

International Review of Psychoanalysis, 1/3, 1974.

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

On misstatements of would-be Freud biographers with special reference to the Tausk controversy.

International Review of Psychoanalysis, 1/4, 1974.

391–414

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2

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

About two minor errors in Ernest Jones´s Freud biography.

International Review of Psychoanalysis, 3/1, 1976.

49–53

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Solms-Rödelheim, Wilhelm:

Über die Ungeduld in der Psychoanalyse.

Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse, 3, 1970.

212–223

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Loch, Wolfgang:

Über theoretische Voraussetzungen einer psychoanalytischen Kurztherapie.

Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse, 4, 1971.  

82–101

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

Gedenkrede zur 30. Wiederkehr von Sigmund Freuds Todestag.

Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse, 7, 1974.

23–76

2

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3

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128

Eissler, Kurt R.:

Ein zusätzliches Dokument zur Geschichte von Freuds Professur.

Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse, 7, 1974.

101–113

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4

308

  

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Greenberg, Roger P.:

Effects of presession information on perception of the therapist and receptivity to influence in a psychotherapy analogue.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 33/4, 1969.

424–429

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1

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Levitz, L. S. and Ullmann, L. P.:

Manipulation of indications of disturbed thinking in normal subjects.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 33/6, 1969.

633–641

1

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2

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559

Schofield, William:

Psychotherapy: The unknown versus the untold.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 36/1, 1971.

9–11

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3

311

  

286

Johnson, S. M. and Brown, R. A.:

Producing behaviour change in parents of disturbed children.

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 10, 1969.

107–121

1

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679

Yakovlev, Paul I.:

Motility, behavior and the brain.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 107/4,  1948.

313–335

1

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1

313

  

427

Murphy, William F.:

A comparison of psychoanalysis with the dynamic psychotherapies.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 126/5,  1958.

441–450

1

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2

314

  

624

Szasz, T. S. and Nemiroff, R. A.:

A questionnaire study of psychoanalytic practices and opinions.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 137/3,  1963.

209–221

1

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Jackson, D. D. and Haley, J.:

Transference revisited.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 137/4,  1963.

363–371

1

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4

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Knapp, Peter H.:

The asthmatic and his environment.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 149/2,  1969.

133–151

1

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5

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Langsley, D. G./ Pittman, F. S./ Swank, G. E.:

Family crises in schizophrenics and other mental patients.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 149/3,  1969.

270–276

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6

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White, A. M./ Fichtenbaum, L./ Dollard, J.:

Measurement of what the patient learns from psychotherapy.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 149/3,  1969.

281–293

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Ebersole, G. O./ Leiderman, P. H./ Yalom, I. D.:

Training the nonprofessional group therapist: A controlled study.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 149/3,  1969.

294–302

1

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8

320

  

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Beck, Aaron T.:

Role of fantasies in psychotherapy and psychopathology.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 150/1,  1970.

3–17

2

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9

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Sloane / Cristol / Pepernik / Staples:

Role preparation and expectation of improvement in psychotherapy.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 150/1,  1970.

18–26

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10

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Greenberg, R. P./ Goldstein, A. P./ Perry, M. A.:

The influence of referral information upon patient perception in a psychotherapy analogue.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 150/1,  1970.

31–36

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Goldstein / Pardes / Small / Steinberg:

Psychological differentiation and specifity of response.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 151/2,  1970.

97–103

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12

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Appelbaum, S. A./ Coyne, L./ Siegal, R. S.:

Routes to change in IQ during and after long term psychotherapy.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 151/5,  1970.

310–315

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13

325

  

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May, Philip R. A.:

For better or for worse? Psychotherapy and variance change: A critical review of the literature.

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184–192

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14

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Fisher / Kahn / Edwards / Davis / Fine:

A psychophysiological study of nightmares and night terrors. III. Mental content and recall of Stage 4 night terrors.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 158/3,  1974.

174–188

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Lazare, A./ Klerman, G. L./ Armor, D. J.:

Oral, obsessive and hysterical personality patterns.

Journal of Psychiatric Research, 7, 1970.

275–290

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

Discussion and comments on the psychology of creativity.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry,  1/1,  1962.

129–137

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Shevrin, H. and Toussieng, P. W.:

Conflict over tactile experiences in emotionally disturbed children.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry,  1/4,  1962.

564–590

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Blos, Peter:

The concept of acting out in relation to the adolescent process.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry,  2/1,  1963.

118–143

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Problems of acting out in the transference relationship.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry,  2/1,  1963.

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Pumpian-Mindlin, Eugene:

Omnipotentiality, youth and commitment.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry,  4/1,  1965.

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Berman, Sidney:

A type of academic failure among male adolescents: A problem in early identification.

Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 10/3, 1971.

418–443

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Solomon, Harry, C.:

Prefrontal leukotomy, an evaluation.

Journal of the American Medical Association, 140/13, 1949.

1079–1082

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Greenson, Ralph R.:

On boredom.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1/1, 1953.

7–21

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

The effect of the structure of the ego on psychoanalytic technique.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1/1, 1953.

104–143

1

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2

337

  

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Guttman, Samuel A.:

A note on morning depressions.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 2/3, 1954.

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Rangell, Leo:

Similarities and differences between psychoanalysis and dynamic psychotherapy.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 2/4, 1954.

734–744

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Kanzer, Mark:

Gogol – a study on wit and paranoia.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3/1, 1955.

110–125

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5

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Jacobson, Edith:

Sullivan´s interpersonal theory of psychiatry.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3/1, 1955.

149–156

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6

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Guttman, Samuel A.:

Bisexuality in symbolism.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3/2, 1955.

280–284

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7

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491

Rangell, Leo:

The borderline case. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3/2, 1955.

285–298

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Boyer, L. Bryce:

Christmas „neurosis“.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3/3, 1955.

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Spitz, René A.:

Countertransference: Comments on its varying role in the analytic situation.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4/2, 1956.

256–265

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Weissman, Philip:

On pregenital compulsive phenomena and the repetition compulsion.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4/3, 1956.

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11

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Stein, Martin H.:

The problem of masochism in the theory and technique of psychoanalysis. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4/3, 1956.

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Robbins, Lewis L.:

The borderline case. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4/3, 1956.

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Kris, Ernst:

The personal myth: A problem in psychoanalytic technique.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4/4, 1956.

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A study of the preliminary stages of the construction of dreams and images.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/1, 1957.

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Jacobson, Edith:

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Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/1, 1957.

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Adatto, Carl P.:

On pouting.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/2, 1957.

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Kohut, Heinz:

Observations on the psychological functions of music.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/3, 1957.

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Beres, David:

Communication in psychoanalysis and in the creative process: A parallel.

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Weissman, Philip:

Conscious and unconscious autobiographical dramas of Eugene O´Neill.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/3, 1957.

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Kohut, Heinz:

Clinical and theoretical aspects of resistance.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/3, 1957.

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Wangh, Martin:

The scope of the contribution of psychoanalysis to the biography of the artist. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/3, 1957.

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Bird, Brian:

A specific peculiarity of acting out.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5/4, 1957.

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Stein, Martin H.:

The cliché: A phenomenon of resistance.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6/2, 1958.

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Glauber, I. Peter:

Freud´s contributions on stuttering: Their relation to some current insights.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6/2, 1958.

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

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Rosen, Victor H.:

Abstract thinking and object relations.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6/4, 1958.

653–671

2

SJ 03620

27

362

  

555

Schmidl, Fritz:

Psychoanalysis as science. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 7/1, 1959.

127–145

1

SJ 03630

28

363

  

331

Kucera, Otakar:

On teething.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 7/2, 1959.

284–291

24

SJ 03640

29

364

  

318

Kohut, Heinz:

Introspection, empathy and psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 7/3, 1959.

459–483

1

SJ 03650

30

365

  

493

Rangell, Leo:

The nature of conversion.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 7/4, 1959.

632–662

1

SJ 03660

31

366

  

237

Guttman, Samuel A.:

Criteria for analyzability. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/1, 1960.

141–151

1

SJ 03670

32

367

  

322

Kohut, Heinz:

The psychology of imagination. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/1, 1960.

159–166

1

SJ 03680

33

368

  

32

Axelrad, Sidney:

On some uses of psychoanalysis. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/1, 1960.

175–218

1

SJ 03690

34

369

  

511

Rosen, Victor H.:

Some aspect of the role of imagination in the analytic process.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/2, 1960.

229–251

2

SJ 03700

35

370

  

52

Beres, David:

The psychoanalytic psychology of imagination.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/2, 1960.

252–269

1

SJ 03710

36

371

  

188

Giovacchini, Peter L.:

On scientific creativity.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/3, 1960.

407–426

2

SJ 03720

37

372

  

444

Niederland, William C.:

Schreber´s Father.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8/3, 1960.

492–499

1

SJ 03730

38

373

  

468

Pfeffer, Arnold Z.:

Research in psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 9/3, 1961.

562–570

1

SJ 03740

39

374

  

225

Greenson, Ralph R.:

On enthusiasm.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 10/1, 1962.

3–21

1

SJ 03750

40

375

  

489

Rangell, Leo:

On friendship.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/1, 1963.

3–54

1

SJ 03760

41

376

  

567

Siegman, Alfred J.:

A type of transference elation.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/1, 1963.

117–130

1

SJ 03770

42

377

  

469

Pfeffer, Arnold Z.:

Analysis terminable and interminable – twenty-five years later. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/1, 1963.

131–142

1

SJ 03780

43

378

  

368

Lichtenstein, Heinz:

The dilemma of human identity: Notes on self-transformation, self-objectivation and metamorphosis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/1, 1963.

173–223

1

SJ 03790

44

379

  

248

Heiman, Marcel:

Sexual response in women: A correlation of physiological findings with psychoanalytic concepts.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/2, 1963.

360–385

2

SJ 03800

45

380

  

382

Loewenstein, Rudolph M.:

Some considerations on free association.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/3, 1963.

451–473

1

SJ 03810

46

381

  

76

Bowlby, John:

Pathological mourning and childhood mourning.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/3, 1963.

500–541

1

SJ 03820

47

382

  

25

Arlow, Jacob A.:

The supervisory situation.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/3, 1963.

576–594

1

SJ 03830

48

383

  

640

Waelder, Robert:

Historical fiction.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/3, 1963.

628–651

2

SJ 03840

49

384

  

129

Eissler, Kurt R.:

Freud and the psychoanalysis of history.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/4, 1963.

675–703

1

SJ 03850

50

385

  

512

Rosen, Victor H.:

Variants of comic caricature and their relationship to obsessive-compulsive phenomena.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/4, 1963.

704–724

1

SJ 03860

51

386

  

545

Shengold, Leonard:

The parent as a sphinx.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/4, 1963.

725–751

1

SJ 03870

52

387

  

507

Rose, Gilbert J.:

Body ego and creative imagination.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 11/4, 1963.

775–789

1

SJ 03880

53

388

  

205

Greenacre, Phyllis:

A study on the nature of inspiration.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/1, 1964.

6–31

1

SJ 03890

54

389

  

410

Meyer, Bernard C.:

Psychoanalytic studies on Joseph Conrad: I. The family romance.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/1, 1964.

32–58

1

SJ 03900

55

390

  

684

Zinberg, Norman E.:

Psychoanalytic cinsideration of aging. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/1, 1964.

151–159

1

SJ 03910

56

391

  

131

Eissler, Kurt R.:

Mankind at its best. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/1, 1964.

187–222

1

SJ 03920

57

392

  

440

Niederland, William G.:

Freud and Jones.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/1, 1964.

223–241

2

SJ 03930

58

393

  

411

Meyer, Bernard C.:

Psychoanalytic studies on Joseph Conrad: II. Fetishism.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/2, 1964.

357–391

1

SJ 03940

59

394

  

398

Martin, Peter A.:

Psychoanalytic aspects of that type of communication termed „small talk“.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/2, 1964.

392–400

1

SJ 03950

60

395

  

194

Gitelson, Maxwell:

On the identity crisis in American psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/3, 1964.

451–476

1

SJ 03960

61

396

  

429

Murray, John M:

Narcissism and the ego ideal.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/3, 1964.

477–511

1

SJ 03970

62

397

  

412

Meyer, Bernard C.:

Psychoanalytic studies on Joseph Conrad: III. Aspects of orality.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/3, 1964.

562–586

1

SJ 03980

63

398

  

147

Fine, Bernard D.:

Some aspects of psychoanalytic methodology. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/3, 1964.

610–619

1

SJ 03990

64

399

  

184

Gifford, Sanford:

Repetition compulsion. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/3, 1964.

632–649

1

SJ 04000

65

400

  

649

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

The role of prediction in theory building in psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/4, 1964.

675–691

1

SJ 04010

66

401

  

175

Gedo / Sabshin / Sadow / Schlessinger:

Studies on Hysteria.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/4, 1964.

734–751

2

SJ 04020

67

402

  

600

Spitz, René A.:

The detrailment of dialogue: Stimulus overload, action cycles and the completion gradient.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/4, 1964.  

752–775

1

SJ 04030

68

403

  

323

Kohut, Heinz:

Values and objectives.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 12/4, 1964.

842–845

2

SJ 04040

69

404

  

301

Kernberg, Otto F.:

Notes on countertransference.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/1, 1965.

38–56

4

SJ 04050

70

405

  

141

Ekstein, Rudolf:

Working through and termination of analysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/1, 1965.

57–78

1

SJ 04060

71

406

  

282

Jarvis, Vivian:

Loneliness and compulsion.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/1, 1965.

122–158

2

SJ 04070

72

407

  

442

Niederland, William C.:

Memory and repression.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/3, 1965.

619–633

1

SJ 04080

73

408

  

103

Coltrera, Joseph T.:

On the creation of beauty and thought: The unique as vicissitude.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/3, 1965.

634–703

1

SJ 04090

74

409

  

461

Peller, Lili E.:

Comments on libidinal organizations and child development.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/4, 1965.

732–747

1

SJ 04100

75

410

  

647

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

The goals of psychoanalysis: A survey of analytic viewpoints.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/4, 1965.

748–770

1

SJ 04110

76

411

  

315

Kohut, Heinz:

Autonomy and integration.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 13/4, 1965.

851–856

1

SJ 04120

77

412

  

226

Greenson, Ralph R.:

That „impossible“ profession.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/1, 1966.

9–27

1

SJ 04130

78

413

  

546

Sherfey, Mary Jane:

The evolution and nature of female sexuality in realtion to psychoanalytic theory.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/1, 1966.

28–128

1

SJ 04140

79

414

  

33

Babcock, Charlotte G.:

The manifest content of the dream.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/1, 1966.

154–171

1

SJ 04150

80

415

  

645

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

The current state of psychoatherapy: Theory, practice, research. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/1, 1966.

183–225

1

SJ 04160

81

416

  

317

Kohut, Heinz:

Forms and transformations of narcissism.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

243–272

1

SJ 04170

82

417

  

676

Woodbury, Michael A.:

Altered body-ego experiences: A contribution to the study of regression, perception and early development.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

273–303

1

SJ 04180

83

418

  

296

Kaywin, Louis:

Problems of sublimation.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

313–334

1

SJ 04190

84

419

  

523

Sandler, J. and Joffe, W. G.:

On skill and sublimation.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

335–355

2

SJ 04200

85

420

  

581

Socarides, Charles W.:

On vengeance: The desire to „get even“.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

356–375

1

SJ 04210

86

421

  

449

Novey, Samuel:

Why some patients conduct actual investigations of their biographies.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/2, 1966.

376–387

1

SJ 04220

87

422

  

16

Appelbaum, Stephen A.:

Speaking with the second voice: Evocativeness.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

462–477

1

SJ 04230

88

423

  

6

Adatto, Carl P.:

On the metamorphosis from adolescence into adulthood.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

485–509

1

SJ 04240

89

424

  

241

Harrison, Irving B.:

A reconsideration of Freud´s „A disturbance of memory on the Acropolis“ in relation to identity disturbance.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

518–527

1

SJ 04250

90

425

  

652

Weinshel, Edward M.:

Severe regressive states during analysis. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

538–568

4

SJ 04260

91

426

  

653

Weiss, Joseph:

Clinical and theoretical aspects of „as if“ characters. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

569–590

1

SJ 04270

92

427

  

537

Semrad, E. V. and Day, M.:

Group psychotherapy. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/3, 1966.

591–618

1

SJ 04280

93

428

  

29

Asch, Stuart S.:

Claustrophobia and depression.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14/4, 1966.

711–729

1

SJ 04290

94

429

  

622

Stone, Leo:

The psychoanalytic situation and transference: Postscript to an earlier communication.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/1, 1967.

3–58

1

SJ 04300

95

430

  

585

Spence, D. P. and Gordon, C. M.:

Activation and measurement of an early oral fantasy: An exploratory study.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/1, 1967.

99–129

1

SJ 04310

96

431

  

359

Levine, Jerome M.:

Through the looking glass: An examination of some critiques of Freudian psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/1, 1967.

166–212

1

SJ 04320

97

432

  

13

Angel, Klaus:

On symbiosis and pseudosymbiosis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/2, 1967.

294–316

1

SJ 04330

98

433

  

165

Friedman S. and Fisher, Ch.:

On the presence of a rhythmic, diurnal, oral instinctual drive cycle in man: A preliminary report.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/2, 1967.

317–343

1

SJ 04340

99

434

  

572

Silverman, Lloyd H.:

The relationship between the aggressive drive and ego regression: Initial studies.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/2, 1967.

376–403

1

SJ 04350

100

435

  

552

Schlessinger, Nathan et. al.:  

The scientific style of Breuer and Freud in the origins of psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/2, 1967.

404–422

2

SJ 04360

101

436

  

510

Rosen, Victor H.:

Disorders of communication in psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

467–490

1

SJ 04370

102

437

  

117

Dickes, Robert:

Severe regressive disruptions of the therapeutic alliance.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

508–533

1

SJ 04380

103

438

  

462

Peto, Andrew:

Dediferentiations and fragmentations during analysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

534–550

1

SJ 04390

104

439

  

170

Frosch, John:

Severe regressive states during analysis: Summary.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

606–625

1

SJ 04400

105

440

  

299

Kernberg, Otto F.:

Borderline personality organization.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

641–685

2

SJ 04410

106

441

  

87

Brodsky, Bernard:

The application of psychoanalytic method and theory to social problems. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/3, 1967.

686–694

1

SJ 04420

107

442

  

379

Loewenstein, Rudolph M.:

Defensive organization and autonomous ego functions.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/4, 1967.

795–809

1

SJ 04430

108

443

  

239

Hamburg, David A. et al.:

Report of Ad Hoc Committee on Central Fact-Gathering Data of the APA.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15/4, 1967.

841–861

1

SJ 04440

109

444

  

614

Stern, Max M.:

Fear of death and neurosis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/1, 1968.

3–31

1

SJ 04450

110

445

  

144

Engel, George L.:

Some obstacles to the development of research in psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/2, 1968.

195–204

1

SJ 04460

111

446

  

142

Engel, George L. et. al.:

Some obstacles to the development of research in psychoanalysis: Discussion.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/2, 1968.

205–229

1

SJ 04470

112

447

  

520

Sadow, Leo et al.:

The process of hypothesis change in three early psychoanalytic concepts.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/2, 1968.

245–273

2

SJ 04480

113

448

  

247

Heiman, Marcel:

Mary Jane Sherfey: „The evolution and nature of female sexuality in relation to psychoanalytic theory“. (Discussion)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/3, 1968.

406–416

1

SJ 04490

114

449

  

246

Heiman, Marcel:

Female sexuality: Introduction.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/3, 1968.

565–568

1

SJ 04500

115

450

  

268

Jackson, Stanley W.:

Aspects of culture in psychoanalytic theory and practice. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16/3, 1968.

651–670

1

SJ 04510

116

451

  

357

Levin, Sidney:

A common type of marital incompability.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17/2, 1969.

421–436

1

SJ 04520

117

452

  

417

Miller, Julian A. et al.:

Some aspects of Charcot´s influence on Freud.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17/2, 1969.

608–623

1

SJ 04530

118

453

  

606

Stein, Martin H.:

The problem of character theory.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17/3, 1969.

675–701

1

SJ 04540

119

454

  

394

Marcovitz, Eli:

On the nature of addiction to cigarettes.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17/4, 1969.

1074–1096

1

SJ 04550

120

455

  

358

Levin, Sidney:

Further comments on a common type of marital incompability.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17/4, 1969.

1097–1113

1

SJ 04560

121

456

  

169

Frosch, John:

Psychoanalytic considerations of the psychotic character.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18/1, 1970.

24–50

1

SJ 04570

122

457

  

300

Kernberg, Otto F.:

Factors in the psychoanalytic treatment of narcissistic personalities.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18/1, 1970.

51–85

1

SJ 04580

123

458

  

579

Slochower, Harry:

Psychoanalytic distinction between myth and mythopoesis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18/1, 1970.

150–164

1

SJ 04590

124

459

  

618

Stern, Max M.:

Therapeutic playback, self-objectification and the analytic process.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18/3, 1970.

562–598

2

SJ 04600

125

460

  

14

Anthony, E. James:

Two contrasting types of adolescent depression and their treatment.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18/4, 1970.

841–859

1

SJ 04610

126

461

  

414

Michels, Robert:

Student dissent.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 19/3, 1971.

417–432

2

SJ 04620

127

462

  

589

Sperling, Melitta:

Spider phobias and spider fantasies: A clinical contribution to the study of symbol and symbol choice.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 19/3, 1971.

472–498

1

SJ 04630

128

463

  

187

Giovacchini, Peter L.:

Characterological factors and the creative personality.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 19/3, 1971.

524–542

1

SJ 04640

129

464

  

177

Gedo, John E.:

The dream of reason produces monsters. (Book Section)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/1, 1972.

199–223

1

SJ 04650

130

465

  

376

Loewald, Hans W.:

Freud´s conception of the negative therapeutic reaction, with comments on instinct theory.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/2, 1972.

235–245

1

SJ 04660

131

466

  

116

Dewald, Paul A.:

The clinical assessment of structural change.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/2, 1972.

302–324

1

SJ 04670

132

467

  

583

Solnit, Albert J.:

Aggression: A view of theory building in psychoanalysis.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/3, 1972.

435–450

1

SJ 04680

133

468

  

646

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

The futures of psychoanalytic education.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/3, 1972.

591–606

1

SJ 04690

134

469

  

178

Gedo, John E.:

The methodology of psychoanalytic biography. (Panel Reports)

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 20/3, 1972.

638–649

1

SJ 04700

135

470

  

644

Wallerstein, Robert S.:

Psychoanalytic perspectives on the problem of reality.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21/1, 1973.

5–33

1

SJ 04710

136

471

  

61

Binstock, William A.:

On the two forms of intimacy.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21/1, 1973.

93–107

1

SJ 04720

137

472

  

228

Grigg, Kenneth A.:

„All roads lead to Rome“: The role of the nursemaid in Freud´s dreams.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21/1, 1973.

108–126

2

SJ 04730

138

473

  

115

Davis, Frederick B.:

Three letters from Sigmund Freud to Andre Breton.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21/1, 1973.

127–134

1

SJ 04740

139

474

  

678

Wurmser, Leon:

Psychoanalytic considerations of the etiology of compulsive drug use.

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 22/4, 1974.

820–843

1

SJ 04750

140

475

  

616

Stern, Max M.:

Hysterical spells.

Journal of the Hillside Hospital, 8, 1959.

162–175

2

SJ 04760

1

476

  

611

Sterba, Richard:

Therapeutic goal and present day reality.

Journal of the Hillside Hospital, 9, 1960.

195–217

1

SJ 04770

2

477

  

289

Kanzer, Mark:

Freud and the demon.

Journal of the Hillside Hospital, 10, 1961.

190–202

1

SJ 04780

3

478

  

233

Grotjahn, Martin:

The theatre of the absurd and Sidney Tarachow´s „Remarks on the comic process and beauty“ (1949).

Journal of the Hillside Hospital, 17, 1968.

161–164

1

SJ 04790

4

479

  

561

Schrenk, M.:

Vorgeschichte und Entwicklung der Psychoanalyse.

Medizinische Klinik, 64/6, 1969.

256–263

1

SJ 04800

1

480

  

603

Stein, Martin H.:

11. A clinical illustration of a „moral“ problem in psychoanalysis.

Moral values and the superego concepts in psychoanalysis (Post, S. C., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1972.

226–239

1

SC 04810

1

481

  

118

Dilling / Rosefeldt / Kockott / Heyse:

Verhaltenstherapie bei Phobien, Zwangsneurosen, sexuellen Störungen und Süchten.

Neurologie – Psychiatrie, 39/6,  1971.

293–344

1

SJ 04820

1

482

  

17

Araújo, H. A. Gomes de:

Neurose und Persönlichkeit.

Neurologie – Psychiatrie, 40/11, 1972.

619–628

1

SJ 04830

2

483

  

183

Gershberg, Jack M.:

Psychotherapy and problems of hostility.

Pennsylvania Psychiatric Quarterly, Fall 1965.

3–8

1

SJ 04840

1

484

  

75

Bovill, Diana:

Teaching neurotic patients to treat themselves.

Practitioner, 210, May 1973.

679–684

1

SJ 04850

1

485

  

682

Ziferstein, Isidore:

Der sowjetische Psychiater und die sowjetische Gesellschaftsordnung. (Berichte aus dem Ausland)

Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie, 15/4, 1966.

150–152

1

SJ 04860

1

486

  

479

Price, John S.:

The ritualization of agonistic behaviour as a determinant variation along the neuroticism/stability dimension of personality.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 62, November 1969.

1107–1110

1

SJ 04870

1

487

  

630

Thomä, Helmut:

Die Neo-Psychoanalyse Schultz-Henckes.

Psyche, 17/1-2, 1963.

44–128

1

SJ 04880

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488

  

127

Eissler, Kurt R.:

Die Ermordung von wievielen seiner Kinder muss ein Mensch symptomfrei ertragen können, um eine normale Konstitution zu haben?

Psyche, 17/5, 1963.

241–291

1

SJ 04890

2

489

  

20

Argelander, Hermann:

Zur Psychodynamik des Erstinterviews.

Psyche, 20/1, 1966.

40–53

1

SJ 04900

3

490

  

19

Argelander, Hermann:

Der „Patient“ in der psychotherapeutischen Situation mit seinem behandelnden Arzt.

Psyche, 20/12, 1966.

926–941

1

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4

491

  

354

Leeuw, P. J. van der:

Über die Entwicklung des Metapsychologiebegriffs.

Psyche, 21/1–2, 1967.

125–137

1

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5

492

  

18

Argelander, Hermann:

Das Erstinterview in der Psychotherapie.

Psyche, 21/7, 1967.

341–512

1

SJ 04930

6

493

  

515

Ross, Helen:

Das Schulespiel.

Psyche, 22/8, 1968.

604–613

1

SJ 04940

7

494

  

612

Stern, Max M.:

Das Problem der Aggression: Bemerkungen über Trieb, Trauma und Tod.

Psyche, 28/6, 1974.

494–507

9

SJ 04950

8

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467

Petrilowitsch, N.:

Strukturpsychiatrische Notizen zur Konflikt-Psychotherapie.

Psychiatria Clinica, 2, 1969.

25–29

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498

Remschmidt, H.:

Redundanz und Regression – informationstheoretische Gesichtspunkte zum Verständnis psychopathologischer Phänomene.

Psychiatria Clinica, 4, 1971.

65–81

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34

Baer, R. nach Petrilowitsch, N.:

Gedanken zur Strukturpsychopathologie.

Psychiatria Clinica, 5, 1972.

187–196

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3

498

  

636

Verbeek, E.:

Hysteria.

Psychiatria Clinica, 6, 1973.

104–120

1

SJ 04990

4

499

  

409

Meininger, J. V.:

Das Verhalten.

Psychiatria, Neurologia, Neurochirurgia, 72, 1969.

429–437

1

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1

500

  

229

Gross, J./ Burchard, J. M./ Kempe, P.:

Sensorische Deprivation: Eine spezielle Form der Verhaltensforschung.

Psychiatria, Neurologia, Neurochirurgia, 73, 1970.

189–199

1

SJ 05010

2

501

  

54

Berg, R. F.:

Verbal thinking and reality.

Psychiatria, Neurologia, Neurochirurgia, 73, 1970.

201–212

1

SJ 05020

3

502

  

456

Ostow, Mortimer:

11. The complementary roles of psychoanalysis and drug therapy.

Psychiatric Drugs (Solomon, Ph., Ed.) New York: Grune & Stratton, 1966.

91–111

1

SB 05030

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503

  

569

Sifneos, Peter E.:

Psychoanalytically oriented short-term dynamic or anxiety provoking psychotherapy for mild obsessional neuroses.

Psychiatric Quarterly, 40, 1966.

271–282

1

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504

  

536

Searles, Harold F.:

Feelings of guilt in the psychoanalyst.

Psychiatry, 29/4, 1966.

319–323

1

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1

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28

Aronson, H. and Weintraub, W.:

Patient changes during classical psychoanalysis as a function of initial status and duration of treatment.

Psychiatry, 31/4, 1968.

369–379

1

SJ 05060

2

506

  

538

Shapiro, David:

Motivation and action in psychoanalytic psychiatry.

Psychiatry, 33/3, 1970.

329–343

1

SJ 05070

3

507

  

55

Bergen, B. J. and Rosenberg, S. D.:

The New Neo-Freudians: Psychoanalytic dimensions of social change.

Psychiatry, 34/1, 1971.

19–37

1

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4

508

  

84

Breggin, Peter Roger:

Psychotherapy as applied ethics.

Psychiatry, 34/1, 1971.

59–74

1

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5

509

  

345

Lederer, Wolfgang:

Some moral dilemmas encountered in psychotherapy.

Psychiatry, 34/1, 1971.

75–85

1

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510

  

166

Friedman, Dennis E.:

A synthetic approach to the treatment of anxiety.

Psychiatry, 35/?, 1972.

336–344

1

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492

Rangell, Leo:

2. The metapsychology of psychic trauma.

Psychic trauma (Furst, S. S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1967.

51–84

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

4. The influence of infantile trauma on genetic patterns.

Psychic trauma (Furst, S. S., Ed.) New York: Basic Books, 1967.

108–153

1

SC 05130

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513

  

593

Spiegel, Leo A.:

Superego and the function of anticipation with comments on „anticipatory anxiety“.

Psychoanalysis – A General Psychology (Hartmann, H., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1966.

315–337

1

SB 05140

1

514

  

336

Lampl-De Groot, Jeanne:

Some thoughts on adaptation and conformism.

Psychoanalysis – A General Psychology (Hartmann, H., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1966.

338–348

1

SB 05150

2

515

  

22

Arlow, Jacob A.:

Depersonalization and derealization.

Psychoanalysis – A General Psychology (Hartmann, H., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1966.

456–478

1

SB 05160

3

516

  

209

Greenacre, Phyllis:

On nonsense.

Psychoanalysis – A General Psychology (Hartmann, H., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1966.

655–677

1

SB 05170

4

517

  

516

Rubinstein, Benjamin B.:

On the role of classificatory processes in mental functioning: Aspects of a psychoanalytic theoretical model.

Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Science, Volume 3, New York: IUP, 1974.

101–185

1

SA 05180

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518

  

308

Klein, Emanuel:

Chapter 3. The psychoanalytic concept of the ego and its functions.

Psychoanalysis and Social Work (Heiman, M., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1953.

22–52

1

SB 05190

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519

  

450

Nydes, Jule:

Creativity and psychotherapy.

Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalytical Review, 49/1, 1962.

29–33

1

SJ 05200

1

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661

Weissman, Philip:

Why Booth killed Lincoln: A psychoanalytic study of historical tragedy.

Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences, New York: IUP, 1958.

99–115

1

SB 05210

1

521

  

189

Giovacchini, Peter L.:

Regressed states, timelessness and ego synthesis.

Psychoanalytic Forum. Volume 4. (Lindon, J. A., Ed.) New York: IUP, 1972.

294–334

1

SB 05220

1

522

  

140

Ekstein, Rudolf:

Siegfried Bernfeld, 1892–1953: Sisyphus or the Boundaries of Education.

Psychoanalytic Pioneers (Franz, A./Eisenstein, S./Grotjahn, M., Eds.) New York: Basic Books, 1966.

415–429

1

SB 05230

1

523

  

85

Briehl, Walter:

Wilhelm Reich, 1897–1957: Character Analysis.

Psychoanalytic Pioneers (Franz, A./Eisenstein, S./Grotjahn, M., Eds.) New York: Basic Books, 1966.

430–438

1

SB 05240

2

524

  

609

Sterba, Richard:

The problem of art in Freud´s writings.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 9, 1940.

256–268

1

SJ 05250

1

525

  

497

Reichard, Suzanne:

A reexamination of Studies in Hysteria.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25, 1956.

155–177

1

SJ 05260

2

526

  

329

Kubie, Lawrence S.:

Research into the process of supervision in psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 27, 1958.

226–236

1

SJ 05270

3

527

  

137

Eissler, Kurt R.:

The function of details in the interpretation of works of literature.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 28, 1959.

1–20

1

SJ 05280

4

528

  

554

Schmidl, Fritz:

Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences. Volume 5. (Muensterberger, V. W. Ed.) (Book Reviews)

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 28, 1959.

265–271

1

SJ 05290

5

529

  

24

Arlow, Jacob A.:

Fantasy systems in twins.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29, 1960.

175–199

1

SJ 05300

6

530

  

219

Greenacre, Phyllis:

Woman as artist.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29, 1960.

208–227

1

SJ 05310

7

531

  

553

Schmidl, Fritz:

Psychoanalysis and existential analysis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29, 1960.

344–354

1

SJ 05320

8

532

  

231

Grotjahn, Martin:

Letters of Sigmund Freud (Freud, E. L., Ed.) (Book Reviews)

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 30, 1961.

265–271

1

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9

533

  

94

Bychowski, Gustav:

Escapades: A form of dissociation.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31, 1962.

155–174

1

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10

534

  

53

Beres, David:

The unconscious fantasy.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31, 1962.

309–328

1

SJ 05350

11

535

  

377

Loewald, Hans W.:

Internalization, separation, mourning and the superego.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31, 1962.

483–504

1

SJ 05360

12

536

  

588

Sperling, Melitta:

Fetishism in children.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 32, 1963.

374–392

1

SJ 05370

13

537

  

447

Novey, Riva:

The artistic communication and the recipient: Death in Venice" as an integral part of a psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 33, 1964.

25–52

1

SJ 05380

14

538

  

151

Fleming, J. and Benedek, T.:

Supervision. A method of teaching psychoanalysis: Preliminary report.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 33, 1964.

71–96

1

SJ 05390

15

539

  

240

Hannet, Frances:

The haunting lyric: The personal and social significance of American popular songs.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 33, 1964.

226–269

1

SJ 05400

16

540

  

422

Moore, Burness E.:

Frigidity: A review of psychoanalytic literature.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 33, 1964.

323–349

1

SJ 05410

17

541

  

438

Needles, William:

Exploitation of the sense of guilt.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

66–78

1

SJ 05420

18

542

  

191

Giovacchini, Peter L.:

Some aspects of the development of the ego ideal of a creative scientist.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

79–101

2

SJ 05430

19

543

  

227

Greenson, Ralph R.:

The working alliance and the transference neurosis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

155–181

2

SJ 05440

20

544

  

123

Eisenbud, Jule:

The hand and the breast with special reference to obsessional neurosis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

219–248

1

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21

545

  

535

Saul, L. J. and Wenar, S.:

Early influences on development and disorders of personatlity.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

327–389

1

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546

  

390

Mahler, M. S. and La Perriere K.:

Mother-child interaction during separation-individuation.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

483–498

1

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23

547

  

445

Niederland, William G.:

The role of the ego in the recovery of early memories.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1965.

564–571

2

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24

548

  

441

Niederland, William G.:

General Psychoapathology (Jaspers, K.) (Book Reviews)

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 35, 1966.

130–135

1

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25

549

  

292

Kanzer, Mark:

The motor sphere of the transference.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 35, 1966.

522–539

2

SJ 05500

26

550

  

213

Greenacre, Phyllis:

Problems of training analysis.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 35, 1966.

540–567

1

SJ 05510

27

551

  

26

Arlow, Jacob A.:

Unconscious fantasy and disturbances of conscious experience.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1969.

1–27

2

SJ 05520

28

552

  

23

Arlow, Jacob A.:

Fantasy, memory and reality testing.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1969.

28–51

2

SJ 05530

29

553

  

610

Sterba, Richard:

The psychoanalyst in a world of change.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1969.

432–454

1

SJ 05540

30

554

  

389

Lowenfeld, Henry:

The decline in celief in the devil: The consequences for group psychology.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1969.

455–462

1

SJ 05550

31

555

  

459

Pao, Ping-Nie:

Pathological jealousy.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38, 1969.

616–638

2

SJ 05560

32

556

  

148

Fink, Paul Jay:

Correlations between „actual“ neurosis and the work of Masters and Johnson.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

38–51

1

SJ 05570

33

557

  

362

Lewin, Bertram D.:

The train ride: A study of one of Freud´s figures of speech.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

71–89

1

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34

558

  

578

Slochower, Harry:

Freud´s déjà vu on the Acropolis: A symbolic relic of mater nuda".

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

90–102

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35

559

  

344

Leavy, Stanley A.:

John Keat´s psychology of creative imagination.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

173–197

1

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36

560

  

421

Modell, Arnold H.:

The transitional object and the creative act.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

240–250

1

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37

561

  

473

Pollock, George H.:

Anniversary reactions, trauma and mourning.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

347–371

1

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38

562

  

325

Kramer, Maria K.:

A study of the paintings of Vermeer of Delft.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 39, 1970.

389–426

1

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39

563

  

476

Pollock, George H.:

Temporal anniversary manifestations: Hour, day, holiday.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 40, 1971.

123–131

1

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40

564

  

494

Rangell, Leo:

Toward a cool look at burning issues: Book review essay on Progress and Revolution.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 40, 1971.

663–677

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41

565

  

380

Loewenstein, Rudolph M.:

Ego autonomy and psychoanalytic technique.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 41, 1972.

1–22

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42

566

  

216

Greenacre, Phyllis:

The primal scene and the sense of reality.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42, 1973.

10–41

1

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43

567

  

549

Schafer, Roy:

Concepts of self and identity and the experience of separation-individuation in adolescence.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42, 1973.

42–59

1

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44

568

  

539

Shapiro, Theodore:

The development and distortions of empathy.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 43, 1974.

4–25

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45

569

  

46

Beres, D. and Arlow, J. A.:

Fantasy and identification in empathy.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 43, 1974.

26–50

2

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46

570

  

119

Dosužkov, Theodore:

Idrosophobia: A form of pregenital conversion.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 44, 1975.

253–265

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47

571

  

540

Shengold, Leonard:

Autohypnotic watchfulness.

Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 47, 1978.

113–115

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48

572

  

146

Ferreira, Antonio J.:

On repetition compulsion.

Psychoanalytic Review, 52, 1965.

84–92

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388

Lorenz, Konrad:

The enmity between generations and its probable ethological causes.

Psychoanalytic Review, 57, 1970/71.

333–377

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574

  

613

Stern, Max M.:

Ego psychology, myth and rite: Remarks about the relationship of the individual and the group.

Psychoanalytic Study of Society. Volume 3. New York: IUP, 1964.

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Jacobson, Edith:

Development of the wish for a child in boys.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 5, 1950.

139–152

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576

  

334

Lampl-De Groot, Jeanne:

On defense and development: Normal and pathological.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 12, 1957.

114–126

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577

  

180

Geleerd, Elisabeth R.:

Some aspects of psychoanalytic technique in adolescence.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 12, 1957.

263–283

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3

578

  

484

Ramzy, I. and Wallerstein, R. S.:

Pain, fear and anxiety: A study in their interrelationships.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 13, 1958.

147–189

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579

  

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Schur, Max:

The ego and the id in anxiety.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 13, 1958.

190–220

1

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5

580

  

599

Spitz, René A.:

On the genesis of superego components.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 13, 1958.

375–404

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6

581

  

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Spitz, René A.:

Discussion of Dr. Bowlby´s paper.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 15, 1960.

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582

  

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Sandler, J. and Nagera, H.:

Aspects of the metapsychology of fantasy.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 18, 1963.

159–194

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583

  

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

Notes on the psychoanalytic concept of cure.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 18, 1963.

424–463

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9

584

  

514

Rosenfeld, S. K. and Sprince, M. P.:

An attempt to formulate the meaning of the concept „borderline“.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 18, 1963.

603–635

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585

  

243

Hartmann, Heinz:

Concept formation in psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

11–47

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11

586

  

335

Lampl-De Groot, Jeanne:

Remarks on genesis, structuralization and functioning of the mind.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

48–57

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SA 05870

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587

  

324

Korner, Anneliese F.:

Some hypotheses regarding the significance of individual differences at birth for later development.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

58–72

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588

  

466

Peto, Andrew:

Variations of archaic thinking in neurotics, borderline patients and schizophrenics.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

73–92

1

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14

589

  

91

Burlingham, Dorothy:

Hearing and its role in the development of the blind.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

95–112

2

SA 05900

15

590

  

155

Fraiberg, S. and Freedman, D. A.:

Studies in the ego development of the congenitally blind child.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

113–169

1

SA 05910

16

591

  

11

Alpert A. and Bernstein, I.:

Dynamic determinants in oral fixation.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

170–195

1

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17

592

  

340

Laufer, Moses:

Ego ideal and pseudo ego ideal in adolescence.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

196–221

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593

  

431

Nagera, Humberto:

On arrest in development, fixation and regression.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

222–239

1

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19

594

  

38

Barchilon, Jose:

Development of artistic stylization: A two-year evolution in the drawings of a normal child.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

256–274

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20

595

  

56

Bergen, Mary E.:

Some observations of maturational factors in young children and adolescents.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

275–286

1

SA 05960

21

596

  

172

Furman, Robert A.:

Death and the young child: Some preliminary considerations.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

321–333

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SA 05970

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597

  

173

Furman, Robert A.:

Death of a six-year-old´s mother during his analysis.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

377–397

1

SA 05980

23

598

  

293

Kaplan, Samuel:

A clinical contribution to the study of narcissism in infancy.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

398–420

1

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599

  

93

Buxbaum, Edith:

The parents´s role in the etiology of learning disabilities.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

421–447

1

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600

  

171

Furer, Manuel:

The development of a preschool symbiotic psychotic boy.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

448–469

2

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26

601

  

590

Sperling, Melitta:

The analysis of a boy with transvestite tendencies: A contribution to the genesis and dynamics of tranvestitism.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 19, 1964.

470–493

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602

  

158

Freud, A./ Nagera, H./ Freud, W. E.:

Metapsychological assessment of the adult personality. The adult profile.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

9–41

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28

603

  

339

Laufer, Moses:

Assessment of adolescent disturbances: The application of Anna Freud´s diagnostic profile.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

99–123

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29

604

  

70

Blos, Peter:

The initial stage of male adolescence.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

145–164

1

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30

605

  

92

Burlingham, Dorothy:

Some problems of ego development in blind children.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

194–208

1

SA 06060

31

606

  

305

Kleeman, James A.:

A boy discovers his penis.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

239–266

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SA 06070

32

607

  

548

Shevrin, H. and Toussieng, P. W.:

Vicissitudes of the need for tactile stimulation in instinctual development.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

310–339

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SA 06080

33

608

  

257

Holmes, Douglas:

A contribution to a psychoanalytic theory of work.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

384–393

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SA 06090

34

609

  

522

Sandler, J. and Joffe, W. G.:

Notes on obsessional manifestations in children.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

425–438

1

SA 06100

35

610

  

139

Ekstein, Rudolf:

Puppet play of a psychotic adolescent girl in the psychotherapeutic process.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

441–480

1

SA 06110

36

611

  

443

Niederland, William C.:

Narcissistic ego impairment in patients with early physical malformations.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

518–534

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SA 06120

37

612

  

637

Vereecken, Pierre:

Inhibition of ego functions and the psychoanalytic theory of acalculia.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 20, 1965.

535–566

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SA 06130

38

613

  

160

Freud, Anna:

A short history of child analysis.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 21, 1966.

7–14

1

SA 06140

39

614

  

125

Eissler, Kurt R.:

A note on trauma, dream, anxiety and schizophrenia.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 21, 1966.

17–50

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SA 06150

40

615

  

674

Wolfenstein, Martha:

How is mourning possible?

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 21, 1966.

93–123

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Julie: The treatment of a case of developmental retardation.

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Asch, Stuart S.:

Depression: Three clinical variations.

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

Problems of overidealization of the analyst and of analysis.

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Fraiberg, Selma:

Further considerations of the role of transference in latency.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 21, 1966.

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Laufer, Moses:

Object loss and mourning during adolescence.

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Fraiberg, S./ Barry, L. S./ Gibson, R.:

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Schur, Helen:

An observation and comments on the development of memory.

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A diagnostic profile of psychopathology in a latency child.

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Comments on some aspects of self and object representation in a group of psychotic children: An application of Anna Freud´s diagnostic profile .

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Katan, M.:

The origin of The Turn of the Screw.

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Nagera, Humberto:

The concepts of structure and structuralization: Psychoanalytic usage and implications for a theory of learning and creativity.

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The second individuation process of adolescence.

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Burlingham, Dorothy:

Developmental considerations in the occupations of the blind.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 22, 1967.

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Assesment of early infancy: Problems and considerations.

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The peek-a-boo game. Part I: Its origins, meanings and related phenomena in the first year.

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Freud, Anna:

Indications and contraindications for child analysis.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 23, 1968.

37–46

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Laufer, Moses:

The body image, the function of masturbation and adolescence: Problems of the ownership of the body.

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Nagera, Humberto:

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Goldstein, Joseph:

Psychoanalysis and jurisprudence: On the relevance of psychoanalytic theory to law.

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

The fetish and the transitional object.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 24, 1969.

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Nagera, Humberto:

The imaginary companion: Its significance for ego development and conflict solution.

Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 24, 1969.

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Pumpian-Mindlin, Eugene:

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Hartmann, Dora:

A study of drug-taking adolescents.

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The symptomatology of childhood: A preliminary attempt at classification.

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Aarons, Z. Alexander:

Normality and abnormality in adolescence: With a digression on Prince Hal – „the sowing of wild oats“.

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Spitz, R. A./ Emde, R. N./ Metcalf, D. R.:

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Cramer, B.:

Outstanding developmental progression in three boys: A longitudinal study.

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

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Tolpin, Marian:

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Spotnitz, Hyman:

Techniques for the resolution of the narcissistic defense.

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Looft, W. R. and Bartz, W. H.:

Animism revived.

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Brown / Sklair / Harris / Birley:

Life-events and psychiatric disorder. Part I: Some methodological issues.

Psychological Medicine, 3/1, 1973.

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Ličko, Ladislav:

Prípad elektívneho mutizmu.

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Barry, H. and Lindemann, E.:

Critical ages for maternal bereavement in psychoneuroses.

Psychosomatic Medicine, 22/3, 1960

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Williams, J. G. L./ Jones, J. R./ Williams, B.:

A physiological measure of preoperative anxiety.

Psychosomatic Medicine, 31/6, 1969.

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Abrahamson, D. et al.:

Interaction of stimulus and response in infant conditioning.

Psychosomatic Medicine, 32/3, 1970.

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Schneemann, K.:

Was bedeuted manipulierte Übertragung eigentlich?

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 14, 1966.

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Schneemann, N.:

Ein psychoreaktives Zustandsbild in daseinsanalytischer Interpretation.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 17, 1969.

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Battegay, R.:

Klinische Gruppenpsychotherapie in ihrer analytischen und verhaltenstherapeutischen Potenz.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 17, 1969.

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Benedetti, G.:

Psychotherapy, authority and repression.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 20, 1972.

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Musaph, H.:

Discussion to the paper of P. C. Kuiper.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 20, 1972.

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Pierloot, R. A.:

The process of individual human change.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 20, 1972.

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Ammon, G.:

Über die psychodynamische Beziehung von Traum, Psychose und Realität in der Schizophrenie unter dem Aspekt von Ich-Regulation.

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 20, 1972.

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Pankow, G.:

Intervention psychothérapeutique et structures familiales.

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Knobloch, F. a Knoblochová, J.:

Neurocirculatory asthenia.

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Stern, Max M.:

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Mikota, Václav:

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Mann, James:

The specific limitation of time in psychotherapy.

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Sifneos, Peter E.:

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Greenacre, Phyllis:

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Stern, Max M.:

Free painting as an auxiliary technique in psychoanalysis.

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Ostow, Mortimer:

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Eissler, Kurt R.:

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Barolin, G. S.:

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Was wir ererbt von unseren Vätern …

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Datler, Wilfried:

Allgemeine Rahmentheorie, individualpsychologische Identität und Spezialfall im Detail: Auf dem Weg zu einer Theorie des psychoanalytischen Prozesses II.

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Presslich-Titscher, E. und Datler, W.:

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Leuner, H. C.:

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Arnds, H. G.:

Zum Verhältnis von psychoanalytischer und testpsychologischer Diagnostik.

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