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2010 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 91, Sayı 1, s. 1-249 (Şubat 2010)

  • Editorial
  • Editorial (s. 1–3)  /  Dana Birksted-Breen and Bob Michels
  • Letters from
  • Letter from London (s. 5–14)  /  Julia Fabricius
  • Psychoanalytic Controversies:
  • How does Psychoanalytic Practice Differ from Psychotherapy? The implications of the Difference for the Development of Psychoanalytic Training and Practice
  • An Introduction to “Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy” (s. 15–21)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy (s. 23–34)  /  Fred Busch
  • Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy (s. 35–43)  /  Horst Kächele
  • Distinguishing Psychoanalysis from Psychotherapy (s. 45–50)  /  Daniel Widlöcher
  • Fred Busch’s response to H. Kächele and D. Widlöcher (s. 51–54)
  • Horst Kächele’s response to F. Busch and D. Widlöcher (s. 55–57)
  • Daniel Widlöcher’s response to F. Busch and H. Kächele (s. 59–61)
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • An interruption in unconscious communication in the analytic couple (s. 63–80)  /  Hilda María Feuerhake and Marta Lebrero
  • Affirming ‘That’s not psycho-analysis!’ On the value of the politically incorrect act of attempting to define the limits of our field (s. 81–89)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • Why read Fairbairn? (s. 101–118)  /  Thomas H. Ogden
  • Phallic and seminal masculinity: A theoretical and clinical confusion (s. 119–139)  /  Karl Figlio
  • Murder on the mind: Tyranical power and other points along the perverse spectrum (s. 141–162)  /  Richard Tuch
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Contemporary art and Hanna Segal’s thinking on aesthetics (s. 163–181)  /  Adela Abella
  • Dante’s Comedy: Precursors of psychoanalytic technique and psyche (s. 183–197)  /  Nathan Moses Szajnberg
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: A confusion of tongues between psychoanalysis and philosophy (s. 199–200)  / Erik Gann
  • On: The comments of Erik Gann (s. 200–201)  /  Gadi Taub
  • Film Essay
  • The strange case of Dr Mantle and Dr Mantle: David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers (s. 203–218)  /  Joaquin Cañizares
  • Book Reviews
  • Loving Psychoanalysis: Technique and Theory in the Therapeutic Relationship (s. 219–222)  /  Gurmeet S. Kanwal
  • Alter ego (s. 222–230)  /  Dominique Bourdin
  • Envy and Gratitude Revisited (s. 231–236) /  Gabriella Grauso
  • Searching for the Perfect Woman: The Story of a Complete Psychoanalysis (s.236–241)  /  Adele Tutter
  • Handbook of Evidence-Based Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice (s. 241–244)  /  Eve Caligor
  • Dictionnaire freudien [Freudian Dictionary] (s. 244–248)  /  Hélène Parat
  • Correction Note
  • Correction note (s.249)
  • Reviewers for 2009

 Cilt 91, Sayı 2, s. 251-461 (Nisan 2010)

  • The Analyst at Work
  • Stumbling towards termination (s. 251–261)  /  Mayer Subrin
  • A commentary on Mayer Subrin’s paper ‘Stumbling towards termination’ (s. 263–271)  /  Ilany Kogan
  • Some thoughts on Mayer Subrin’s ‘Stumbling towards termination’ (s. 273–277)  /  Nilde Parada Franch
  • Stumbling towards termination in clinical and theoretical psychoanalysis: A commentary on `Stumbling Towards Termination’ (s. 279–286)  /  Alessandro Garella
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • The analyst in action: An individual account of what Jungians do and why they do it (s. 287–303)  /  Warren Colman
  • Winnicott’s foundation for the basic concepts of Freud’s metapsychology? (s. 305–324)  /  Martine Girard
  • Some thoughts on the concept of the internal parental couple (s. 325–342)  /  Serge Frisch and Christine Frisch-Desmarez
  • Key Paper: The Narcissistic Difficulties Presented to the Observer by the PsychosomaticProblem
  • Introduction to the paper by Pierre Marty: The narcissistic difficulties presented to the observer by the psychosomatic problem (s.343–346)  /  Marilia Aisenstein and Claude Smadja
  • The narcissistic difficulties presented to the observer by the psychosomatic problem (s.347–363)  /  Pierre Marty
  • Commentary on Pierre Marty’s The narcissistic difficulties presented to the observer by the psychosomatic problem (s. 365–370)  /  Richard M. Gottlieb
  • Panel Reports
  • Analytic practice: Convergences and divergences (s. 371–375)  /  Cláudio Laks Eizirik
  • The Kleinian problematic of narcissism (s. 376–379)  /  Ingrid Newstadt
  • Perversion: Adrienne Harris, Moderator (s. 380–383)  /  Francisco J. Gonzalez
  • Psychoanalytic treatment for severely disturbed adolescents (s. 384–386)  /  Virginia Ungar and Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak
  • The past as resistance, the past as constructed (s. 387–390)  /  Henry Markman
  • Comparative perspectives on the unconscious in clinical work (s. 391–394)  /  Ron Spielman
  • Convergences and divergences in treatments of so-called ADHD children: Dieter Bürgin, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Moderators (s. 395–398)  /  Alan Sugarman
  • The analyst’s response to the effects of the transference: On Lacan and Bion: Carlos Barredo, Moderator (s. 399–401)  /  Laura Etchegoyen
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Transference (s. 403–405)  /  Aldo Luiz Duarte, Alice Becker Lewkowicz, Anna Luiza Kauffmann, Eneida Iankilevich, Gisha Brodacz, Gustavo A da P. Soares, Luiz Ernesto Cabral Pellanda and Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak
  • On: Realism and research in psychoanalysis, by D. Bell and R. Wallerstein (s. 405–407)  /  René Epstein
  • On: Response to letter from Epstein (s. 407)  /  David Bell
  • Film Essays
  • The Shining: All work and no play … (s. 409–414)  /  Noel Hess
  • Book Reviews Essay
  • The Work of Confluence: Listening and Interpreting in the Psychoanalytic Field (s. 415–429)  /  Antonino Ferro
  • Book Reviews
  • Traum, Wahn und Mikrowelten. Affektregulierung in Neurose und Psychose und die Generierung von Bildern [Dreams, Delusions and Micro-worlds: Affect Regulation in Neurosis and Psychosis and the Creation of Images] (s.431–433)  /  Joachim F. Danckwardt
  • Philosophy, Psychoanalysis and the A-Rational Mind (s. 433–437)  /  Elliot L. Jurist
  • Freudian Unconscious and Cognitive Neuroscience: From Unconscious Fantasies to Neural Algorithms (s. 437–440)  /  Johannes Lehtonen
  • Listening to Hanna Segal: Her Contribution to Psychoanalysis (s.440–448)  /  Ricardo Stramer
  • La tentation psychotique [The Psychotic Temptation] (s. 448–454)  /  Bernard Chervet
  • Psychanalyse et Psychose no. 9, 2009: `L énigme de la réalité’ [Psychoanalysis and Psychosis: `The Enigma of Reality’] (s. 454–461)  /  Benoît Servant

Cilt 91, Sayı 3, s. 463-685 (Haziran 2010)

  • Letters from
  • Letter from Paris (s. 463–468)  /  Marilia Aisenstein
  • The Analyst at Work
  • La vita nuova (s. 469–483)  /  Ingrid M. Geerken
  • Commentary (s. 485–494)  /  Lesley Caldwell
  • Commentary on the material presented by Ingrid M. Geerken: A new discourse, a new love (s.495–503)  /  Carlos E. Barredo
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Notes on the beating fantasy (s. 505–519)  /  François J. Sirois
  • From Freud’s dream-work to Bion’s work of dreaming: The changing conception of dreaming in psychoanalytic theory (s. 521–540)  /  John A. Schneider
  • The Italian Red Brigades and the structure and dynamics of terrorist groups (s. 541–560)  /  Carole Beebe Tarantelli
  • One-person and two-person conceptions of attachment and their implications for psychoanalytic thought (s. 561–581)  / Paul L. Wachtel
  • Two modalities of manic defences: Their function in adolescent breakdown (s. 583–600)  /  Catalina Bronstein
  • Some observations on the process of mourning (s. 601–619)  /  Otto Kernberg
  • Conceptual framework from the Paris Psychosomatic School: A clinical psychoanalytic approach to oncology (s. 621–640)  /  Marilia Aisenstein and Claude Smadja
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On: The concept of death drive and aggression (s. 641–642)  /  Nestor D. Kapusta
  • Film Essays
  • The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: Regression and the angel of death (s. 643–650)  /  Sandra Fenster
  • Book Reviews
  • L’Annuel de l’APF 2009: Quelle guérison? Mal, malaise, maladie (s. 651–659)  /  Bertrand Colin
  • Rinsho Seishin Igaku no Hoho [The Method of Clinical Psychiatry] ( s. 659–663)  /  Naoki Fujiyama
  • The Work of Psychoanalysts in the Public Health Sector (s. 663–667)  /  Joan Schachter
  • L’Esprit du mal [The Spirit of Evil] (s. 667–674)  / François Villa and Eva Weil
  • Making a Difference in Patients’ Lives: Emotional Experience in the Therapeutic Setting (s. 674–680)  /  Daria Colombo
  • Emotion and the Psychodynamics of the Cerebellum: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic Analysis and Synthesis (s. 680–685)  /  Charles P. Fisher

Cilt 91, Sayı 4, s. 687-1042 (Ağustos 2010)

  • Special Issue: Papers on Translation
  • Editorial: Is translation possible? (s. 687–694)  /  Dana Birksted-Breen
  • How translations of Freud’s writings have influenced French psychoanalytic thinking (s. 695–716)  /  Jean-Michel Quinodoz
  • Relative motion: Translation and therapy (s. 717–725)  /  George Craig
  • The two time vectors of Nachträglichkeit in the development of ego organization: Significance of the concept for the symbolization of nameless traumas and anxieties (s. 727–744)  /  Gerhard Dahl
  • Coincidences in analysis: Sigmund Freud and the strange case of Dr Forsyth and Herr von Vorsicht (s. 745–772)  /  Maria Pierri
  • Narcissism lost: On translating and being translated (s. 773–784)  /  Maria Inês N. E. Carneiro and Arthur Brakel
  • Representante-representativoreprésentant-représentationideational representative: Which one is a Freudian concept? On the translation ofVorstellungsrepräsentanz in Spanish, French and English (s. 785–809)  /  Marcos Herrera
  • Notes on ‘Bemächtigungstrieb’ and Strachey’s translation as ‘instinct for mastery’ (s. 811–820)  /  Kristin White
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • The deconstruction of primary narcissism (s. 821–837)  /  René Roussillon
  • Hidden gifts of love: A clinical application of object relations theory (s. 839–858)  /  Naomi Steinberg
  • Levels of analytic work and levels of pathology: The work of calibration (s. 859–878)  /  Anne Alvarez
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • Marie Bonaparte, her first two patients and the literary world (s. 879–894) /  Rémy Amouroux
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • Benign and disruptive disturbances of the supervisory field (s. 895–913)  /  Germano Vollmer Filho and Antonio Carlos J. Pires
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Reading minds: Mentalization, irony and literary engagement (s. 915–935)  /  Elisa Galgut
  • The evolved function of the oedipal conflict (s. 937–958)  /  Lawrence Josephs
  • Panel Reports
  • Ending analysis: Comparative views (s. 959–962)  /  Patricia Plopa
  • Collateral damage: Grief and recovery after losing a training analyst due to an ethical violation (s. 963–965)  /  Elizabeth Wallace
  • Psychoanalysts translating psychoanalysts today: Jean Michel Quinodoz, Moderator (s. 966–968)  /  Emad Bishara
  • Battling the life and death forces of sadomasochism (s. 969–972)  /  Ellen Sinkman
  • Object relations in clinical psychoanalysis (s. 973–976)  /  Harold P. Blum
  • Kohut today (s. 977–980)  /  James Fisch
  • Child/adolescent analysts at work in the present space (s. 981–984)  /  Elizabeth Tuters
  • Psychoanalysis and virtual reality (s. 985–988)  /  Susana Vinocur Fischbein
  • Telephone analysis (s. 989–992)  /  Jill Savege Scharff
  • Three regional approaches to the worldwide problem of the decrease in the number of patients and trainees (s. 993–996)  /  Lee David Brauer
  • Psychosis and regression (s. 997–999)  /  Liliane Abensour
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Fairbairn and dynamic structure (s. 1001–1002)  /  Graham S. Clarke and Paul Finnegan
  • On: The comments of Dr. Graham Clarke and Dr. Paul Finnegan (s. 1002–1003)  /  Thomas H. Ogden
  • Film Essay
  • Do cyborgs dream? Post-human landscapes in Shinya Tsukamoto’s Nightmare Detective (2006) (s. 1005–1016)  /  Giuseppe Civitarese
  • Book Reviews
  • Rosenfeld in Retrospect (s. 1017–1022)  /  Henry F. Smith
  • La mente estatica [The Ecstatic Mind] (s. 1022–1025)  /  Cristiana Cimino
  • Das Labyrinth der Borderline-Kommunikation. Klinische Zugänge zum Erleben von Raum und Zeit [The Labyrinth of Borderline Communication: Clinical Access to the Experience of Space and Time] (s. 1026–1028)  /  Gerhard Dammann
  • What You Don’t Know You Know: Our Hidden Motives in Life, Business and Everything Else (s. 1028–1033)  /  Marie G. Rudden
  • Mad and Divine: Spirit and Psyche in the Modern World (s. 1034–1037)  /  Jerome A. Winer
  • Partners in Thought: Working With Unformulated Experience, Dissociation, and Enactment (s. 1037–1042)  /  Lucy LaFarge

Cilt 91, Sayı 5, s. 1043-1324 (Ekim 2010)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Penultimate interpretation (s. 1043–1054)  /  Yair Neuman
  • The life instinct (s. 1055–1071)  /  Nicola Abel-Hirsch
  • The dual aspect of fantasy: Flight from reality or imaginative realm? Considerations and hypotheses from clinical psychoanalysis (s. 1073–1091)  /  Laura Colombi
  • Reflection in psychoanalysis: On symbols and metaphors (s. 1093–1114)  /  Henrik Enckell
  • Self-criticism and unconscious grandiosity: Transference–countertransference dimensions (s. 1115–1136)  /  Steven H. Cooper
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • Freud and the Hammerschlag family: A formative relationship (s. 1137–1156)  /  Gerhard Fichtner
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The expulsion of evil and its return: An unconscious fantasy associated with a case of mass hysteria in adolescents (s. 1157–1178)  /  Nashyiela Loa Zavala
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • The French model at work: Indication and the Jean Favreau Centre for Consultation and Treatment (s. 1179–1199)  /  Ellen A. Sparer
  • Panel Reports
  • Castration and intolerance (s. 1201–1203)  /  Marilyn Charles
  • Is the transference interpretation still central to analytic work? (s. 1204–1205)  /  Marie-France Dispaux
  • Migration and identity: Different perspectives (s. 1206–1208)  /  Ilany Kogan
  • Current analytical practice and the analyst’s position (s. 1209–1212)
  • Paola Marion  /  Clinical treatment of psychosomatic symptoms (s. 1213–1215)
  • Marilia Aisenstein
  • Prejudice, transgenerational transmission, and neutrality (s. 1216–1219)  /  Fanny Blanck-Cereijido and Myriam Grynberg Robinson
  • A clinical view on the directions of time: Here and now, the past in the present, from the present to the past (s. 1220–1223)  /  Michael I. Good
  • Sándor Ferenczi’s Clinical Diary in our current psychoanalytic practice (s. 1224–1226)  /  Ana Rita Nuti Pontes
  • The Medea fantasy: An inevitable burden during prenatal diagnostics? (s. 1227–1230)  /  Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Nicole Pfenning
  • ‘There is a remedy for everything but death’: To bear witness, to recover and transform psychic experiences of annihilation (s.1231–1235) /  Ronny Jaffè
  • Women analyzing women: The difficult patient (s.1236–1238)  /  Teresa Flores
  • The soldiers’ project: A psychoanalytically-informed free clinic for military service members and their families (s.1239–1241)  /  Kate Schechter
  • Psychoanalysis in a ‘shame culture’: Japanese psychoanalytic insights (s. 1242–1245)  /  M. Hossein Etezady
  • Independent traditions and middle groups in contemporary psychoanalysis (s. 1246–1249)  /  Valerie Laabs-Siemon
  • Shuttle analysis in the Han-Prakken Psychoanalytic Institute for Eastern Europe (PIEE) (s. 1250–1253)  /  Gilbert Diatkine
  • Psychoanalytic theories of creativity: Clinical applications (s.1254–1257)  /  Nellie L. Thompson
  • A community of schools: Psychoanalytic influences on peaceful and academically strong schools in USA, Australia, New Zealand and Jamaica (s.1258–1260)  /  Stuart. W. Twemlow
  • Can the analyst think while enacting? (s.1261–1263)  /  Donald Moss
  • Internal and external reality (s.1264–1267)  /  Carmen C. Mion
  • The use of the alpha function in analytical construction (s.1268–1271)  /  Alfredo Lombardozzi
  • Corrective emotional experience revisited (s. 1272–1275)  /  Megan E. McCarthy
  • Clinical approaches to dreams (s.1276–1278)  /  Olivier Bonard
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Responding to Rachel Blass’ article ‘Affirming “That’s not psycho-analysis!” On the value of the politically incorrect act of attempting to define the limits of our field’ (s.1279–1280)  /  Lewis Aron
  • On: Response to Rachel B. Blass’ paper about the value of attempting to define the limits of psychoanalysis (s.1280–1281)  /  Yoram Hazan
  • On ‘Affirming “That’s not psycho-analysis!”’ (s. 1281–1282)  /  Emanuel Berman
  • On: ‘Affirming: “That’s not psychoanalysis!”’ by R. Blass (s.1283–1284)  /  Steven Stern
  • On: The comments of Emanuel Berman, Lewis Aron, Yoram Hazan and Steven Stern (s. 1285–1287)  /  Rachel Blass
  • Film Essay
  • Love and hate in dementia: The depressive position in the film Iris (s. 1289–1297)  /  Daniel Anderson
  • Book Reviews
  • Spontaneity: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry (s. 1299–1303)  /  Marcia Cavell
  • Il bambino e le sue relazioni. Attaccamento e individualità tra teoria e osservazione [The Child and His Relationships: Attachment and Individuality between Theory and Observation] (s. 1303–1310)  /  Giuseppe Civitarese
  • L’intima stanza. Teoria e tecnica del campo analitico [The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field] (s.1310–1314)  /  Giuseppe Di Chiara
  • Nainen Ja Viha [Woman and Hatred] (s.1314–1316)  /  Maria Häkkinen
  • Difesa e psicosi. Studio su Freud [Defence and Psychosis: A Study of Freud] (s.1316–1319)  /  Mauro Manica
  • Itinerari e figure della passione [Itineraries and Figures of Passion] (s. 1319–1324)  /  Gianluigi Monniello

Cilt 91, Sayı 6, s. 1325-1562 (Aralık 2010)

  • Reviewers for 2010
  • Reviewers for 2010 (s. 1325-1327) 
  • Letter from Jerusalem
  • Letter from Jerusalem (s. 1329–1335)  /  H. Shmuel Erlich
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Mourning and psychosis: A psychoanalytic perspective (s.1337–1361)  /  Jorge L. Tizón
  • Shifting the perspective after the patient’s response to an interpretation (s. 1363–1384)  /  Anssi Peräkylä
  • Creating analysts, creating analytic patients (s.1385–1404)  /  Howard B. Levine
  • Working through and its various models (s. 1405–1417)  /  René Roussillon
  • The body, adolescence, and psychosis (s. 1419–1444)  /  Riccardo Lombardi and Marisa Pola
  • Some thoughts between body and mind in the light of Wilma Bucci’s multiple code theory (s. 1445–1464)  /  Luigi Solano
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Universal fantasy in latency: Separation, attachment and sexuality in Julio Cortázar’s Bestiary (s. 1465–1482)  /  Ellen Shustorovich and Lissa Weinstein
  • “Till destruction sicken”: The catastrophe of mind in Macbeth (s. 1483–1501)  /  Carole Beebe Tarantelli
  • Curse and consequence: King Lear’s destructive narcissism (s.1503–1521)  /  Roy Schafer
  • Letter to the Editors
  • On: The possibly narcissistic difficulties among scientific cultures: a response to Marty’s 1952 key paper (s.1523–1524)  /  Nathan Szajnberg
  • On: Memory in a labile state: Therapeutic application (s.1524–1526)  /  Hugo Bleichmar
  • On: Contemporary art and Hanna Segal’s thinking on aesthetics by Adela Abella (s.1526–1527)  /  Moran Shoham
  • Book Reviews
  • But At the Same Time and On Another Level: Vol. 1: Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode Vol. 2: Clinical Applications in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode (s. 1529–1535)  /  Lawrence J. Brown
  • Melanie Klein in Berlin (s.1535–1539)  /  Ronald Britton
  • The Very Thought of Education: Psychoanalysis and the Impossible Professions (s.1539–1543)  /  Jane G. Tillman
  • Autism in Childhood and Autistic Features in Adults (s. 1543–1546)  /  Brian Truckle
  • Pourquoi l’antisémitisme? Et si Freud s’était trompé … Freud, la question paternelle et l’antisémitisme [Why Anti-Semitism? And What if Freud Were Wrong … Freud, the Father Question and Anti-Semitism] (s. 1546–1550)  /  Georges Pragier
  • Destini delle Identità [Fates of Identities] (s.1550–1557)  /  Marina Breccia 

 

2009 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 90, Sayı 1, s. 1-204 (Şubat 2009)

  • The Analyst at Work
  • Boys only! No mothers allowed (s. 1-11)  /  Ann G. Smolen
  • Comments on ‘Boys only! No mothers allowed’ (s. 13-18)  /  Viviane Abel Prot
  • Triadic reality, same sex parents and child analysis: A response to Ann Smolen’s ‘Boys only! No mothers allowed’ (s. 19-26)  /  James M. Herzog
  • A contemporary child-case discussion (s. 27-34)  /  Virginia Ungar
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • ‘Reverberation time’, dreaming and the capacity to dream (s. 35-51)  /  Dana Birksted-Breen
  • ‘Can you push a camel through the eye of a needle?’ Reflections on how the unconscious speaks to us and its clinical implications (s. 53-68)  /  Fred Busch
  • On understanding projective identification in the treatment of psychotic states of mind: The publishing cohort of H. Rosenfeld, H. Segal and W. Bion (1946–1957) (s. 69-92)  /  Joseph Aguayo
  • The reality of the other: Dreaming of the analyst (s. 93-108)  /  Anna Ferruta
  • Research
  • What kind of research in psychoanalytic science? (s.  109-133)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  • Film Essays
  • Behind the sun: From blind vengeance to freedom (s. 135-143)  /  Michael Brearley
  • Book Review Essays
  • Reading memoirs of childhood (s. 145-156)  /  Stanley J. Coen
  • Book Reviews
  • Psychoanalyse in Selbstdarstellungen [Self-Portraits in Psychoanalysis] (s. 157-160)  /  Nina Bakman
  • Cliniques de la délinquance [Clinical Studies of Delinquency] (s. 160-167)  /  Anouk Driant
  • The Vitality of Objects1 (s. 167-169)  /  Giuliana Bruno
  • Le visioni di uno psicoanalista [A Psychoanalyst’s Visions] (s. 169-171)  /  Andrea Sabbadini
  • Disorders of the Self: A Personality-Guided Approach (s. 172-177)  /  Jeffrey K. Halpern
  • Psychanalyse de l’imposture [Psychoanalysis of Imposture]1 (s. 177-184)  /  Denise Bouchet-Kervella
  • Attachment, Play and Authenticity: A Winnicott Primer (s. 185-188)  /  Wendy Wiener Katz
  • Emotion as an Infinite Experience: Matte Blanco and Contemporary Psychoanalysis
  • (s. 189-193)  /  Sarantis Thanopulos
  • Obituary
  • Comments on León Grinberg’s life and work(s. 195-204)  /  R. Horacio Etchegoyen

Cilt 90, Sayı 2, s. 205-434 (Nisan 2009)

  • Letter from
  • Letter from Chicago (s.205-207)  /  David M. Terman
  • IPA Chicago Congress Keynote Papers
  • Transformations in dreaming and characters in the psychoanalytic field(S. 209-230)  /  Antonino Ferro 
  • Grasping psychoanalysts’ practice in its own merits (s. 231-248)  /  Juan Pablo Jiménez
  • Problems of collegial learning in psychoanalysis: Narcissism and curiosity1 (s. 249-262)  /  Warren S. Poland
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • The death drive: Conceptual analysis and relevance in the Spanish psychoanalytic community (s. 263-289)  /  Frank García-Castrillón Armengou
  • Truth as a way of developing and preserving the space for thinking in the minds of the patient and the analyst (s. 291-310)  /  Anette Blaya Luz
  • On becoming a psychoanalyst (s. 311-327)  /  Glen O. Gabbard, Thomas H. Ogden
  • Education Section
  • Editor’s Introduction (s. 329-329)  /  Jorge Canestri
  • Is truth an illusion? Psychoanalysis and postmodernism (s. 331-345)  /  David Bell
  • Truth, human relatedness, and the analytic process: An interpersonal/relational perspective (s. 347-361)  /  Philip M. Bromberg
  • On truth and clinical psychoanalysis (s. 363-373)  /  Charles Hanly
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: The concept of therapeutic regression: In response to Laurence Spurling (s. 375-377)  /  Lesley Caldwell
  • On: The comments of Lesley Caldwell (s. 377-377)  /  Laurence Spurling
  • On: Unraveling the riddle of exhibitionism (s. 377-379)  /  Louis Weisberg
  • On: Dr Weisberg’s reactions to ‘Unraveling the riddle of exhibitionism’ (s. 379-381)  /  Richard Tuch
  • On: Repression and splitting: Towards a method of conceptual comparison (s. 381-382)  /  Cecilio Paniagua
  • On: The comments of Dr Paniagua (s. 382-385)  /  Robert Hinshelwood
  • Film Essays
  • The transformation of sociogenic autistic defences in The Lives of Others (s. 387-393)  /  Beatriz Priel
  • Book Review Essays
  • The self in and out of time (s. 395-404)  /  Dominique Scarfone
  • Book Reviews
  • Life Is With Others: Selected Writings on Child Psychiatry (s. 405-408)  /  Karen Gilmore
  • The Traumatic Area and the Institutional Field (s. 408-411)  /  Cristiana Cimino
  • La honte, ses figures et ses destins [Shame: Its Configurations and Vicissitudes] (s. 411-415)  /  Dominique Bourdin
  • Psychotherapy and Medication: The Challenge of Integration (s. 416-419)  /  Alan Z. Skolnikoff
  • Forme del delirio e psicopatologia [Forms of Madness and Psychopathology] (s. 420-422)  /  Giovanni Stanghellini
  • La cure psychanalytique classique (s. 422-426)  /  Ellen A. Sparer
  • Attualità del transfert [The Transference Today]  (s. 426-431)  /  Stefano Bolognini
  • Obsession: A History (s. 431-434)  /  Sander L. Gilman

 

 

Cilt 90, Sayı 3, s. 437-695 (Haziran 2009)

  • Psychoanalytic Controversies
  • On the idea that analysts should acknowledge to their patients that they have failed them: A clinical debate an introduction (s. 437-439)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • A relational psychoanalysis perspective on the necessity of acknowledging failure in order to restore the facilitating and containing features of the intersubjective relationship (the shared third) (s. 441-450)  /  Jessica Benjamin
  • Discussion (s. 451-455)  /  Vic Sedlak
  • Response (s. 457-462)  /  Jessica Benjamin
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Looking back, looking forward: A reexamination of Benjamin Wolstein’s interlock and the emergence of intersubjectivity (s. 463-485)  /  Christopher Bonovitz
  • The ‘body–container’: A new perspective on the ‘body–ego’ (s. 487-506)  /  Tamar Pollak
  • A confusion of tongues between psychoanalysis and philosophy: Is the controversy over drive versus relational theory a philosophical one? (s. 507-527)  /  Gadi Taub
  • Symmetric frenzy and catastrophic change: A consideration of primitive mental states in the wake of Bion and Matte Blanco (s. 529-549)  /  Riccardo Lombardi
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • The relevance of castration and circumcision to the origins of psychoanalysis: 1. The medical context (s. 551-580)  /  Carlo Bonomi
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The ironic detachment of Edward Gibbon (s. 581-593)  /  Harry Trosman 
  • ‘The healing power of love’: The literary/analytic bond of marriage in Freud’s essay on Gradiva (s. 595-612)  /  Dorit Ashur
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • On boredom: A close encounter with encapsulated parts of the psyche (s. 613-631)  /  Avner Bergstein
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: The mother in the text: Metapsychology and fantasy in the work of interpretation         (s. 633-636)  /  Michel Sanchez-Cardenas
  • On: The comments of Michel Sanchez-Cardenas (s. 637-640)  /  Fausto Petrella
  • On: Leaps of faith: Is forgiveness a useful concept? (s. 640-640)  /  Martin S. Bergmann
  • On: The comment of Martin Bergmann (s. 641-642)  /  Henry F. Smith
  • On: Leaps of faith: Is forgiveness a useful concept? (s. 642-645)  /  Shahrzad F. Siassi
  • On: The comments of Dr Siassi (s. 645-646)  /  Henry F. Smith
  • Film Essays
  • The skin house: A psychoanalytic reading of 3-Iron1 (s. 647-660)  /  Simonetta Diena
  • Film Notes
  • A note on Mafia movies (s. 661-664)  /  James P. Frosch
  • Book Reviews
  • Joseph Conrad: le premier commandement [Joseph Conrad: The First Command] (s. 665-672)  /  Bertrand Colin
  • The Language of Bion: A Dictionary of Concepts (s. 672-675)  /  João Carlos Braga
  • Das Höhlenhaus der Träume: Film, Kino und Psychoanalyse [The Cavern of Dreams: Films, Cinema and Psychoanalysis] (s. 675-678)  /  Herbert Kley
  • La Perversion, Se Venger pour Survivre [Perversion, Vengeance as Survival] (s. 679-685)  /  Denise Bouchet-Kervella
  • Coasting in the Counter-Transference: Conflicts of Self-Interest Between Analyst and Patient (s. 685-689)  /  Mitchell Wilson
  • Chaplin: A Life (s. 689-692) /  Leonard Shengold
  • Hysteria and the Field of Dissociation (s. 692-695)  /  Alessandro Garella

Cilt 90, Sayı 4, s. 697 – 955 (Ağustos 2009)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • On love, hate and knowledge (s. 697-712)  /  Yair Neuman
  • Murdered father; dead father: Revisiting the Oedipus complex (s. 713-732)  /  Rosine J. Perelberg
  • Dreaming as a ‘curtain of illusion’: Revisiting the ‘royal road’ with Bion as our guide (s. 733-752)  /  James S. Grotstein
  • Being seen or being watched? A psychoanalytic perspective on body dysmorphia (s. 753-771)  /  Alessandra Lemma
  • Growing old: A psychoanalyst’s point of view (s.773-793)  /  Danielle Quinodoz
  • The War Memoirs: Some origins of the thought of W. R. Bion (s. 795-808)  /  Kay M. Souter
  • Being in Berlin: A large group experience in the Berlin Congress (s. 809-825)  /  H. Shmuel Erlich, Mira Erlich-Ginor, Hermann Beland
  • Immersion in the surface (s. 827-842)  /  Erika Krejci
  • Analysis of the creation of ’emptiness’, of ‘nothingness’, in certain types of psychosis (s. 843-866)  /  Mireille Ellonen-Jéquier
  • Is feminine masochism a concept worth reviving? (s. 867-882)  /  Lesley Steyn
  • Education Section
  • Education Section (s. 883-883)  /  Jorge Canestri
  • The status of developmental curriculum in North American psychoanalysis (s. 885-904)  /  Karen Gilmore
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Can you push a camel through the eye of a needle? (s. 905-906)  /  Stanley Schneider, Joseph H. Berke
  • On: Life and death in Freudian metapsychology (s. 906-907)  /  Jon Mills
  • On: The comments of Dr Jon Mills (s. 907-907)  /  Fátima Caropreso, Richard Theisen Simanke
  • Film Essays
  • Temporal transformations in cinema and psychoanalysis: On Philip Groenig’s Into Great Silence (s. 909-915)  /  Henry Schwartz
  • Book Reviews
  • Le transitionnel, le sexuel et la réflexivité [Transitionality, Sexuality and Reflexivity]1 (s.917-923)  /  Dominique Bourdin
  • The Crescent and the Couch: Cross-Currents between Islam and Psychoanalysis (s. 923-927)  /  Alan Z. Skolnikoff
  • The Struggle Against Mourning (s. 928-930)  /  Jane V. Kite
  • Humain/Déshumain: Pierre Fédida, la parole de l’uvre1 (s. 930-936)  /  Brigitte Eoche-Duval
  • How Infants Know Minds (s. 936-939)  /  Alexandra M. Harrison
  • Repenser la psychanalyse avec les sciences [Rethinking Psychoanalysis with the Sciences]1 (s. 940-945)  /  Michèle Jung-Rozenfarb
  • Time, Space and Phantasy (s. 945-948)  /  James Rose
  • Book Notices
  • Book Notices (s. 949-952)
  • Obituary
  • Charles Brenner, M.D. (s. 953-955)  /  Theodore Jacobs

Cilt 90, Sayı 5, s. 957 – 1211 (Ekim 2009)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Thinking in the space between Winnicott and Lacan (s. 957-981)  /  Deborah Anna Luepnitz
  • Good vibrations: Analytic process as coupled oscillations (s. 983-1007)  /  Robert M. Galatzer-Levy
  • The concept of the death drive: A clinical perspective (s. 1009-1023)  /  Otto Kernberg
  • Alienating identifications and the psychoanalytic process1 (s. 1025-1038)  /  Giuseppe Scariati
  • Some aspects of the psychoanalytic psychology of physicians (s. 1039-1056)  /  Eugene Halpert
  • Memory in dreams (s. 1057-1073)  /  Gabriella Giustino
  • Research
  • The pragmatics of therapeutic interaction: An empirical study (s. 1075-1094)  /  Georgia Lepper
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • Emory Special Section
  • Psychoanalysis in the university: The clinical dimension (s. 1095-1095)  /  Dana Birksted-Breen, Robert Michels
  • Psychoanalysis and its place in the evolutionary chain of academic disciplines (s. 1097-1101)  /  James W. Wagner
  • Psychoanalysis in the university: The clinical dimension (s. 1103-1105)  /  Sander L. Gilman
  • Psychoanalysis in the university: A full-time vision1 (s. 1107-1121)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  • ‘My capital secret’: Literature and the psychoanalytic agon (s. 1123-1137)  /  Vera J. Camden
  • IUSAM-APdeBA: A higher education institute for psychoanalytic training (s. 1139-1154)  /  Hector Ferrari
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: On becoming a psychoanalyst (s. 1155-1156)  /  Warren S. Poland
  • On: The comments of Warren Poland (s. 1156-1156)  /  Glen Gabbard, Thomas Ogden
  • Film Essays
  • Film Essay Colonial aggression and collective aggressor trauma(s. 1157-1168)  /  Beate West-Leuer
  • Book Review Essays
  • Constructing Ernest Jones (s. 1169-1180)  /  Fred L. Griffin
  • Book Reviews
  • Psychanalyse de l’imposture [The Psychoanalysis of Imposture]1 (s 1181-1185)  /  Dominique Bourdin
  • Building Out Into the Dark: Theory and Observation in Science and Psychoanalysis (s.1186-1190)  /  Howard B. Levine
  • Underteksten. Psykoanalytisk terapi i praksis [The Subtext: Psychoanalytic Therapy in Practice] (s. 1190-1192)  /  Tove Mathiesen
  • The Academic Face of Psychoanalysis: Papers in Philosophy, the Humanities and the British Clinical Tradition1 (s. 1192-1200)  /  Francesco Capello
  • Sullivan rivisitato: La sua rilevanza per la psichiatria, la psicoterapia e la psicoanalisi [Sullivan Revisited: His Relevance to Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis]1 (s.1200-1201)  /  Marco Armellini
  • Partita pour Glenn Gould: Musique et forme de vie [Partita for Glenn Gould. Music and Mode of Life] (s. 1202-1207)  /  Jacques Mauger
  • A Story of Her Own: The Female Oedipus Complex Reexamined and Renamed (s. 1207-1211)  /  Jennifer Stuart

Cilt 90, Sayı 6, s. 1213-1485 (Aralık 2009)

  • Reviewers for 2009
  • Reviewers for 2009 (s. 1213-1216)
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Trauma theory in Sándor Ferenczi’s writings of 1931 and 1932(s. 1217-1233)  /  Miguel Gutiérrez Peláez
  • The presence of Spinoza in the exchanges between Sigmund Freud and Romain Rolland1 (s. 1235-1254)  /  Henri Vermorel
  • Child versus adult psychoanalysis: Two processes or one? (s. 1255-1276)  /  Alan Sugarman
  • The relationship of the inner and the outer in psychoanalysis (s.1277-1297)  /  Olavi Hämäläinen
  • Technique and final cause in psychoanalysis: Four ways of looking at one moment (s. 1299-1317)  /  Jonathan Lear
  • Working with Victims of Trauma
  • Postponing trauma: The dangers of telling (s. 1319-1340)  /  Rachel Rosenblum
  • When the Third is Dead: Memory, Mourning, and Witnessing in the Aftermath of the Holocaust (s. 1341-1357)  /  Samuel Gerson
  • Performative and enactive features of psychoanalytic witnessing: The transference as the scene of address (s. 1359-1372)  /  Bruce Reis
  • Thoughts on representation in therapy of Holocaust survivors1 (s. 1373-1391)  /  Yael Moore
  • Archival Studies
  • Melanie Klein’s letters addressed to Marcelle Spira (1955–1960)1 (s. 1393-1418)  /  Jean-Michel Quinodoz
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • The French model of psychoanalytic training: Ethical conflicts (s.1419-1433)  /  Claire-Marine François-Poncet
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: On understanding projective identification in the treatment of psychotic states of mind (s. 1435-1437)  /  Riccardo Steiner
  • On: The comments of Dr Steiner (s. 1437-1438) /  Joseph Aguayo
  • On: Boys only! No mothers allowed (s. 1438-1439)  /  Janis A. Baeuerlen, Lee Grossman
  • On: The comment of Drs Baeuerlen and Grossman (s. 1439-1440)  /  Ann G. Smolen
  • Film Essays
  • Between physical desire and emotional involvement: Reflections on Frédéric Fonteyne’s film Une Liaison Pornographique(s. 1441-1447)  /  Andrea Sabbadini
  • Book Reviews
  • Mind to Mind: Infant Research, Neuroscience, and Psychoanalysis (s. 1449-1455)  /  E. Virginia Demos
  • Mozart: Eine musikpsychoanalytische Studie (s. 1455-1459)  /  Josef Dantlgraber
  • Minding the gap between clinical practice and empirical research in psychoanalysis (s.1459-1466)  /  Andrzej Werbart
  • Seduction and Desire: The Psychoanalytic Sexual Theory After Freud (s.1467-1470)  /  Wolfgang Hegener
  • Rediscovering Psychoanalysis: Thinking and Dreaming, Learning and Forgetting (s. 1471-1476)  /  Gerald I. Fogel
  • Desire, Self, Mind, and the Psychotherapies: Unifying Psychological Science and Psychoanalysis (s. 1476-1479)  /  Ellen Rees 

2008 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 89, Sayı 1, s. 1 -229 (Şubat 2008)

  • Editorial
  • Editorial (s. 1–2)  /  Dana Birksted Breen, Bob Michels
  • The Analyst at Work: A psychoanalytic exchange for sharing our experience and learning from our differences (s. 5–7)  /  Dominique Scarfone
  • Psychoanalytic Controversies (s. 9–10)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • IPA Presidential Address
  • Psychoanalysis in a changing world (s. 11–14)  /  Cláudio Laks Eizirik
  • Letters From
  • Letter from Melbourne (s. 15–17)  /  Frances Thompson Salo
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Enactment controversies: A critical review of current debates (s. 19–38)  /  Gavin Ivey
  • Transference to the analyst as an excluded observer (s. 39–54)  /  John Steiner
  • Racial fantasies and the primal scene of miscegenation (s. 55–70)  /  Luz Calvo
  • Little Hans and the thought police: The ‘policeman fantasies’ as the first reported supervisory transference fantasies (s. 71–88)  /  Jerome C. Wakefield
  • The body in the analytic session: Focusing on the body–mind link (s. 89–110)  /  Riccardo Lombardi
  • Playing with unreality: Transference and computer (s. 111–126)  /  Vittorio Lingiardi
  • Aesthetic experience (s. 127–142)  /  François J. Sirois
  • Unravelling the riddle of exhibitionism: A lesson in the power tactics of perverse interpersonal relationships (s. 143–160)  /  Richard Howard Tuch
  • The analyst’s implicit alpha-function, trauma and enactment in the analysis of borderline patients (s. 161–180)  /  Roosevelt M. Smeke Cassorla
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The internal world of Don Giovanni (s. 181–194)  /  Richard Rusbridger
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: “Object loss, renewed mourning, and psychic change in Jane Austen’s Persuasion” (s. 195–196)  / Richard Almond
  • On: “The comment of Stein” (s. 196–197)  /  S. Leikert
  • Book Reviews
  • Putnam Camp: Sigmund Freud, James Jackson Putnam, and the Purpose of American Psychology (s.199–202)  /  Arnold Richards
  • Protecting the Self: Defense Mechanisms in Action (s. 202–204)  /  Nathan Szajnberg
  • Out of the Woods: Tales of Resilient Teens (s. 204–209)  /  Susan A. Bers
  • Getting from Here to There: Analytic Love, Analytic Process (s. 209–211)  /  Gilead Nachmani
  • Le Illusioni del Pensiero. La Psicoanalisi tra Ragione e Follia [The Illusions of Thought. Psychoanalysis Between Reason and Madness] (s. 211–214)  /  Giuseppe Di Chiara
  • Leben als Konflikt. Zur Biographie Alexander Mitscherlich [Living as conflict: The life of Alexander Mitscherlich] (s. 214–219)  /  Friedrich-Wilhelm Eickhoff
  • Un lungo sogno [A Long Dream] (s. 219–225)  /  Paola Marion
  • Projected Shadows: Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Representation of Loss in European Cinema (s. 225–229)  /  Henry Schwartz

 

 

 Cilt 89, Sayı 2, s. 231 -473 (Nisan)

  • Editorial
  • Archival Studies (s. 231)
  • Letters From
  • Letter from Uruguay (s. 233–240)  /  Ricardo Bernardi 
  • The Analyst at Work
  • Break point’: A significant moment in the transference (s. 241–247)  /  Stella M. Yardino
  • Some comments on ‘Break point’ by Stella M. Yardino (s. 249–252)  /  Laurence Apfelbaum
  • The origins of acts of love: A discussion of ‘Break point’ by Stella M. Yardino (s. 253–257)  /  Gerald I. Fogel
  • Commentary (s. 259–260)  /  Dominique Scarfone
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • On the determination of autistoid organizations in non-autistic adults (s. 261–277)  /  Bernd Nissen
  • Immersion versus interactivity and analytic field (pages 279–298)  /  Giuseppe Civitarese
  • The destruction of time in pathological narcissism (s. 299–312)  /  Otto F. Kernberg
  • Ethics in the termination of analysis (s. 313–330)  /  Alessandro Garella
  • Trauma and traumatic neurosis: Freud’s concepts revisited (s.331–353)  /  Siegfried Zepf and Florian D. Zepf
  • Employing multiple theories and evoking new ideas: The use of clinical material (s. 355–368)  /  Judy L. Kantrowitz
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • History of the unconscious in Soviet Russia: From its origins to the fall of the Soviet Union (s.369–388)  /  Alberto Angelini
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Phantastic objects and the financial market’s sense of reality: A psychoanalytic contribution to the understanding of stock market instability (s. 389–412)  /  David Tuckett and Richard Taffler
  • Panel Report: Emigration from Berlin
  • Part One: Transfer of theories and institutional regulations (s. 413–416)  /  Margret Tönnesmann and Herbert Will
  • Part Two: Transfer of theories and institutional regulations (s. 417–419)  /  Peter Loewenberg and Herbert Will
  • Part Three: Emigration of education and theory to North America (s. 421–422)  /  Daniel Jacobs and Lilli Gast
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On projective identification: Back to the beginning (s.423–425)  /  Joseph Aguayo
  • On: The comments of Dr Joseph Aguayo (s.425)  /  Giovanna Regazzoni Goretti
  • Films
  • David Cronenberg’s Spider : Between confusion and fragmentation (s. 427–432)  /  Jonathan Sklar and Andrea Sabbadini
  • The Truman Show: How’s it going to end? (s. 433–440)  /  Michael Brearley and Andrea Sabbadini
  • Book Reviews
  • The Road to Unity in Psychoanalytic Theory (s. 441–445)  /  Dale Boesky
  • Sulla soglia della psicoanalisi. Freud e la follia infantile [On the Threshold of Psychoanalysis: Freud and the Insanity of the Child] (s. 445–448)  /  Franco Borgogno
  • Encounters with Melanie Klein: Selected Papers of Elizabeth Spillius (s. 448–452)  /  Michael Brearley
  • Becoming a Subject (s. 452–456)  /  Barton W. Bryant
  • A Gift of the Spirit: Reading The Souls of Black Folk (s. 456–459)  /  Lynne Layton
  • Si l’analyste passe à l’acte [What Happens When the Analyst Acts Out?] (s.460–464)  /  Nicole Llopis-Salvan
  • Puberta e adolescenza. Il tempo della trasformazione: segnali di disagio tra gli 11 e i 14 anni [Puberty and Adolescence. The Period of Change: Signs of Difficulty in 11–14 year-olds] (s. 464–467)  /  Livia Tabanelli
  • Analyst of the Imagination: The Life and Work of Charles Rycroft (s. 467–472)  /  Morton Schatzman

Cilt 89, Sayı 3, s. 475 – 708 (Haziran 2008)

  • Letters From
  • Letter from Geneva (s.475–479)  /  Jean-Michel Quinodoz
  • The Analyst At Work
  • The Analyst at Work ‘A man who was tied up’ (s. 481–489)  /  Susann Heenen-Wolff
  • The Analyst at Work Some thoughts related to the ethical seduction of the analytic encounter: A commentary on ‘A man who was tied up’ (s. 491–496)  /  Viviane Chetrit-Vatine
  • The Analyst at Work Turning heads: A commentary on ‘A man who was tied up'(s. 497–501)  /  Gail S. Reed
  • Theoretical and Clinical Papers
  • Repression and splitting: Towards a method of conceptual comparison (s. 503–521)  /  R. D. Hinshelwood
  • Is there still a place for the concept of ‘therapeutic regression’ in psychoanalysis? (s. 523–540)  /  Laurence S. Spurling
  • A case history: From traumatic repetition towards psychic representability (s.541–560)  /  Estela L. Bichi
  • The language of absence (s. 561–578)  /  Hayuta Gurevich
  • Theoretical plurality and pluralism in psychoanalytic practice (s. 579–599)  /  Juan Pablo Jiménez
  • Pyschotherapy
  • Transference focused psychotherapy: Overview and update (s. 601–620)  /  Otto F. Kernberg, Frank E. Yeomans, John F. Clarkin and Kenneth N. Levy
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The mother in the text: Metapsychology and phantasy in the work of interpretation (s. 621–636)  /  Fausto Petrella
  • Lectures
  • Lectures Part One: Introduction to Quentin Skinner: Interpretation in psychoanalysis and history (s. 637–645)  /  Daniel Pick and Michael Rustin
  • Lectures Part Two: Is it still possible to interpret texts? (s. 647–654)  /  Quentin Skinner
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Supervision, transference and countertransference (s.655–656)  /  Grigoris Vaslamatzis
  • On: The comments of Dr Vaslamatzis (s.656–657)  /  Klaus Fink
  • On: The comments of Marita Torsti-Hagman (s.657–658)  /  Serge Lecours
  • On: Bodily centered protections in adolescence (s. 659–660)  /  Loannis Vartzopoulos
  • On: The comments of Dr Vartzopoulos (s.660–662)  /  Judith Mitrani
  • On: Raiding the inarticulate: The internal analytic setting and listening beyond countertransference (s. 662)  /  Michael Parsons
  • Book Reviews
  • A Monk on the Couch: An Adolescent Trajectory in the Central Middle Ages (s. 663–670)  /  Renato Mezan
  • Avant d’être celui qui parle [Before Being the Person Who Speaks] (s.670–676)  /  Bertrand Colin
  • Meeting Movies (s.676–679)  /  Phillip Freeman
  • Faith, Theology, and Psychoanalysis: The Life and Thought of Harry S. Guntrip (s. 679–685)  /  Gavin Miller
  • Die Melodie des Abschieds: Eine psychoanalytische Studie zur Trennungsangst [The Melody of Parting: A Psychoanalytic Study of Separation Anxiety] (s. 685–688)  /  Reinhold Ott
  • Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World (s.688–692)  /  Martha Dupecher
  • Percorsi di trasformazione nella cura analitica [Transformative Pathways in the Analytic Cure] (s. 692–697)  /  Maria Grazia Fusacchia
  • Sognare l’analisi. Sviluppi clinici del pensiero di Wilfred R.Bion [To Dream Analysis. Clinical Developments in Wilfred R. Bion’s Thought] (s.697–701)  /  Anna Ferruta
  • Book Notices
  • Book Notices (s.703–708)

Cilt 89, Sayı 4, s. 709 – 917 (Ağustos 2008)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory andTechnique
  • The logic of turmoil: Some epistemological and clinical considerations on emotional experience and the infinite (s. 709–726)  /  Pietro Bria and Riccardo Lombardi
  • ‘Don’t save her’– Sigmund Freud meets Project Pat: The rescue motif in hip-hop (s. 727–742)  /  Richard H. Fulmer
  • Grievance: The underlying oedipal configuration (s. 743–758)  /  Michael Feldman
  • Transference symptom (s.759–771)  /  François Sirois
  • Key Paper: The Analytic Situation as a Dynamic Field
  • Introduction to the paper by Madeleine and Willy Baranger: The analytic situation as a dynamic field (s. 773–784)  /  Beatriz De León de Bernardi
  • Some notes on the English translation of “The analytic situation as a dynamic field”  by Willy and Madeleine Baranger (s.785–793)  /  John Churcher
  • The analytic situation as a dynamic field (s.795–826)  /  Madeleine Baranger and Willy Baranger
  • Archival Studies
  • From Psychical treatment to psychoanalysis: Considerations on the misdating of an early Freud text and on a hitherto overlooked addition to it (here reproduced) (s.827–843)  /  Gerhard Fichtner
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • From psychosocial equilibrium to catastrophic breakdown: Cyprus 1955–1974(s.845–866)  /  Catia Galatariotou
  • Book Review Essay
  • A Beam of Intense Darkness (s.867–884)  /  Antonino Ferro
  • Book Reviews
  • Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment (s. 885–889)  /  Stephen Seligman
  • Language and the Construction of Thought (s. 889–894)  /  Ruggero Levy
  • Biographie de l’Inconscient [Biography of the Unconscious] (s. 894–899)  /  Marco Conci
  • Wounded by Reality: Understanding and Treating Adult Onset Trauma (s. 899–903)  /  Marie G. Rudden
  • APF Annuel 2007, vol. 1. Le primitif. Que devient la régression? [The Primitive. What Becomes of Regression?] (s.903–908)  /  Brigitte Éoche-Duval
  • Freud in Zion: History of Psychoanalysis in Jewish Palestine/Israel 1918–1948(s. 909–912)  /  Yael Witkon
  • Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (s.912–917)  /  Donald Campbell

Cilt 89, Sayı 5, s. 919 – 1101 (Ekim 2008)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Leaps of faith: Is forgiveness a useful concept? (s. 919–936)  /  Henry F. Smith
  • Off the beaten track: Freud, sound and music. Statement of a problem and some historico-critical notes (s. 937–957)  /  Francesco Barale and Vera Minazzi
  • Between private and public: Towards a conception of the transitional subject (s. 959–976)  /  Jill Gentile
  • Life and death in Freudian metapsychology: A reappraisal of the second instinctual dualism (s. 977–992)  / Fátima Caropreso and Richard Theisen Simanke
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Leadership and regressive group processes: A pilot study (s. 993–1010)  /  Marie G. Rudden, Stuart Twemlow and Steven Ackerman
  • Education Section
  • The handling of the transference in French psychoanalysis (s.1011–1028)  /  Evelyne Sechaud
  • Lectures
  • Lectures Freud’s concept of temporality: Differences with current ideas (s. 1029–1039)  /  André Green
  • Panel Report: Hope in a Time of Cholera
  • Panel Report: Hope in a time of cholera Psychoanalytic reflections (s. 1041–1044)  /  Isaac Tylim and Shahrzad F. Siassi
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: The Donald Woods Winnicott Archives – Preliminary announcement from the Winnicott Trust (s. 1045)  /  George Makari
  • On: The comments of George Makari (s.1045)  /  Jennifer Johns
  • Film Essays
  • Film Essay Reality game: Contemporary violence and denaturization of language (s. 1047–1055)  /  Marion Minerbo
  • Book Reviews
  • The Vancouver Interview (pages 1057–1059)  /  Antonino Ferro
  • Pluralidad y Diálogo en Psicoanálisis [Plurality and Dialogue in Psychoanalysis] (s. 1059–1064)  /  Juan Francisco Rodríguez
  • La Maternidad y sus Visicitudes [Motherhood and Its Vicissitudes] (s. 1065–1069)  /  María Angeles Albamonte
  • Les voies nouvelles de la thérapeutique psychanalytique. Le dedans et le dehors [Lines of Advance in Psychoanalytic Therapy. The Inside and the Outside] (s. 1069–1074)  /  Dominique Baudesson
  • Psychoanalysis or Mind and Meaning (s. 1074–1082)  /  Scott Dowling
  • Beyond the Reflection: The Role of the Mirror Paradigm in Clinical Practice (s.1083–1086)  /  Frances Thomson Salo
  • Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis (s.1086–1088)  /  Charles Brenner
  • Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis (s.1089–1093)  /  André E. Haynal
  • Un singulier pluriel. La psychanalyse à l’épreuve du groupe (s. 1093–1097)  /  Ophélia Avron
  • The Many Voices of Psychoanalysis (s.1097–1101)  /  Steven H. Goldberg

Cilt 89, Sayı 6, s. 919 – 1101 (Ekim 2008)

  • Reviewers for 2008
  • Reviewers for 2008 (s. 1103–1105)
  • Letter From
  • Letter from the United States (s. 1109–1122)  /  Paul W. Mosher
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • ‘Caesura’ as Bion’s discourse on method (s. 1123–1143)  /  Giuseppe Civitarese
  • Three boys and their stories: Atypical eating and primitive relations (s. 1145–1163)  /  Maria Inês Neuenschwander Escosteguy Carneiro
  • Biographical truths and their clinical consequences: Understanding ‘embodied memories’ in a third psychoanalysis with a traumatized patient recovered from severe poliomyelitis (s.1165–1187)  /  Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
  • Education Section
  • Donald Woods Winnicott (1896–1971): A brief introduction (s.1189–1217)  /  Jan Abram
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Reading Harold Searles (s. 1219–1220)  /  Moran Shoham
  • On: The comments of Dr Shoham (s. 1220)  /  Thomas H. Ogden
  • On: Racial fantasies and the primal scene of miscegenation (s.1220–1222)  /  Earl Hopper
  • On: Research in analytically oriented group psychotherapy: A tool for the evaluation of adherence to the technique in studies of effectiveness (s.1222–1224)  /  Daniela Zippin Knijnik, Simone Hauck, Clarissa Kirsten Mombach, Ellen Alves De Almeida and Cláudio Laks Eizirik
  • Film Essays
  • Film Essay Saying yes to dirt, desire and difference: Yes (2004) (s.1225–1235)  /  Britt-Marie Schiller
  • Film Essay Michel Deville’s La lectrice: Honouring or deriding Freud’s theories through bibliotherapy? (s.1237–1250)  /  Danielle Schaub
  • Book Review Essays
  • Lives of Khan (s.1251–1261)  /  Lucy LaFarge
  • Book Reviews
  • Von der Angst, Psychoanalytiker zu sein. Das Durcharbeiten der phobischen Position [The Anxiety of Being a Psychoanalyst: Working through the Phobic Position] (s.1263–1266)  /  Mathias Hirsch
  • Sexual Boundary Violations: Therapeutic, Supervisory, and Academic Contexts (s.1266–1270)  /  Elizabeth Tillinghast
  • Sensuality and Sexuality across the Divide of Shame (s. 1270–1274)  /  Aisha Abbasi
  • Torment Me, But Don’t Abandon Me: Psychoanalysis of the Severe Neuroses in a New Key (s.1274–1280)  /  Brian M. Robertson
  • Haunted by Parents (s.1280–1283)  /  Richard Zimmer
  • Psychoanalytic Disagreements in Context (s. 1284–1285)  /  Arnold Goldberg
  • Moral Stealth (s. 1286–1288)  /  Kevin V. Kelly

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