IJP MAKALELER DİZİNİ 2013-2011

THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOANALYSIS 2013 – 2011 SAYILARI DİZİNİ (Türkçe Yıllıklar’da yayımlanan makaleler koyu renkle belirtilmiştir.)

2013 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 94, Sayı 1, s. 1-210 (Şubat 2013)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • Here and now: My perspective (s. 1–5) / Betty Joseph
  • Where is here? When is now? (s. 7–16) / Edna O’Shaughnessy
  • Clinical Communications
  •  Black client, white therapist: Working with race in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in South Africa (s. 17–31) / Zelda Gillian Knight
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Projective identification in Othello and Verdi’s Otello (s. 33–47) / Richard Rusbridger
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • Name-changes in post-war France: The traumatic experiences of the Shoah and its consequences on the second and third generation with reference to the example of name-changes (s. 49–65) / Céline Masson
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • Playing the game the child allots (s. 67–81) / Eitan Gomberoff
  • The Analyst at Work
  • The analyst’s work (s. 83–85) / Abbot A. Bronstein
  • Learning to ride the horse: The back and forth of an analytic treatment and setting – The case of Raquel (s. 87–97) / Adriana Yankelevich
  • Comments on the case of Raquel (s. 99–104) / Dr. John Steiner
  • Comments on the case of Raquel (s. 105–115) / Dr. Dale Boesky
  • Psychoanalytic Controversies
  • On Winnicott’s clinical innovations in the analysis of adults: Responses to the controversy (s. 117–118) / Rachel B. Blass
  • Response by Michael Eigen (s. 118–121) / Michael Eigen
  • Response by Jan Abram (s. 121–124) / Jan Abram
  • Response by Vincenzo Bonaminio (s. 124–127) / Vincenzo Bonaminio
  • Response by Charles Hanly (s. 128–130) / Charles Hanly
  • Response by Daniel Widlöcher (s. 130–131) / Daniel Widlöcher
  • André Green
  • An introduction to the work of André Green (s. 133–156) / Christian Delourmel
  • André Green 1927–2012: An artisan of the future (s. 157–166) / Bernard Chervet
  • André Green (12 March 1927–22 January 2012) (s. 166–167)  / Daniel Widlöcher
  • Film Essay
  • Freud, Jung, Sabina Spielrein and the countertransference: David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method (s. 169–178) / Joseph Aguayo
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • L’aventure négative: Une lecture psychanalytique d’Henry James (s. 179–186) / Josiane Chambrier-Slama
  • Minding The Markets: An Emotional Finance View of Financial Instability (s. 186–191) / Stephen M. Sonnenberg
  • From Classical to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: A Critique and Integration (s. 191–195) / Peter L. Rudnytsky
  • On Freud’s ‘Splitting of the Ego in the Process of Defence’ (s. 195–201) / Alejandra Pérez
  • The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field (s. 201–204) / James Rose
  • The Fiancée Letters: “Be mine as I envision you” [“Sei mein, wie ich mir’s denke. Die Brautbriefe”], Vol. 1: June 1882–July 1883 by Sigmund Freud, Martha Bernays (s. 205–210) / Hannsjörg von Freytag-Loringhoven

Cilt 94, Sayı 2, s. 211-423 (Nisan 2013)

  • Letter From
  • Letter from Moscow (s. 211–220) / Igor M. Kadyrov
  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • Impervious and intrusive: The impenetrable object in transference and countertransference (s. 221–238) / Wilhelm Skogstad
  • On psychic elements in a case of autistoid perversion (s. 239–256) / Bernd Nissen
  • The function of the object in the binding and unbinding of the drives (s. 257–276) / René Roussillon
  • Clinical Communications
  • The body one has and the body one is: Understanding the transsexual’s need to be seen (s. 277–292) / Alessandra Lemma
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • The use of child drawings to explore the dual↔group analytic field in child analysis (s. 293–312) / Elena Molinari
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Oedipus the king: Quest for self-knowledge – denial of reality. Sophocles’ vision of man and psychoanalytic concept formation (s. 313–331) / Anders Zachrisson
  • Key Papers
  • Introduction to Hermann Argelander’s paper ‘The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation’ (s. 333–336) / Werner Bohleber
  • The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation (s. 337–354) / Hermann Argelander
  • Discussion of Hermann Argelander’s paper: ‘The scenic function of the ego and its role in symptom and character formation’ (s. 355–371) / Leon Balter
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On: Trying to strengthen the psychoanalytic theory and discipline (s. 373–374) / René Epstein
  • Film Essay
  • Sustaining the object through the erotic imagination: Karoly Makk’s Szerelem [Love] (s. 375–389) / Lissa Weinstein
  • Book Review Essay
  • The case against neuroplastic analysis: A further illustration of the irrelevance of neuroscience to psychoanalysis through a critique of Doidge’s The Brain that Changes Itself (s. 391–410) / Zvi Carmeli and Rachel Blass
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • The Early Years of Childhood: Psychoanalytical Development Theory According to Freud, Klein and Bion (s. 411–413) / Michael Rustin
  • The Red Book: Liber Novus (s. 413–418) / Joseph Cambray
  •  Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice (s. 419–422) / Nancy Kulish
  • Correction Note (s. 423)

Cilt 94, Sayı 3, s. 425-619 (Haziran 2013)

  • Editorial
  • Editorial (s. 425–429)  / Dana Birksted-Breen
  • Letter From
  • Letter from Prague (s. 431–435) / Sverre Varvin
  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • ‘Translation’ and ‘transformation’ in the analytic situation: Freud – Bion – Laplanche (s. 437–451) / Susann Heenen-Wolff
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The ego, the ocular, and the uncanny: Why are metaphors of vision central in accounts of the uncanny? (s. 453–476) / Sadeq Rahimi
  • Psychoanalytic considerations about the anti-oedipal condition in Heinrich von Kleist’s Penthesilea and in the analysis of Miss M (s. 477–499) / Angela Mauss-Hanke
  • Research
  • Towards a better use of psychoanalytic concepts: A model illustrated using the concept of enactment (s. 501–530) / Werner Bohleber, Peter Fonagy, Juan Pablo Jiménez, Dominique Scarfone, Sverre Varvin and Samuel Zysman
  • IPA Major Panel Paper
  • Transformations of Emotional Experience (s. 531–544) / Lia Pistiner de Cortiñas
  • Laplanche
  • A brief introduction to the work of Jean Laplanche (s. 545–566) / Dominique Scarfone
  • Obituary: Jean Laplanche: 21 June 1924–6 May 2012 (s. 567–570) / Patrick Merot
  • Letters to the Editor
  • On Greenberg’s Reading of Jose Bleger’s Psychoanalytic Praxis (s. 571–573) / Howard B. Levine
  • On: Reply to Levine (s. 573–574) / Jay Greenberg
  • Film Essay
  • Caesura and binocular vision in Pasolini’s Pigsty (s. 575–588) / Carla Garcia
  • Book and Journal Review
  • Revue Française de Psychanalyse 2011, Vols 1–5: On some of the current themes in French psychoanalysis (s. 589–617) / Rosine Jozef Perelberg
  • Correction Note (s. 619)

Cilt 94, Sayı 4, s. 621-861 (Ağustos 2013)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • Transcending the caesura: Reverie, dreaming and counter-dreaming (s. 621–644) / Avner Bergstein
  • Bion and Tustin: The autistic phenomena (s. 645–665) / Celia Fix Korbivcher
  • Clinical Communications
  • Seeing, mirroring, desiring: The impact of the analyst’s pregnant body on the patient’s body image (s. 667–688) / Jessica Yakeley
  • ‘No entry’, an invitation to intrude, or both? Reflections on a group of anorexic patients (s. 689–713) / Julian M. Stern
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • A note on the history of the Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society from 1933 to 1945 (s. 715–724) / Per Anthi and Svein Haugsgjerd
  • Resistance in therapy and war: Psychoanalysis before and during the Nazi occupation of Norway 1933–45 (s. 725–746) / Håvard Friis Nilsen
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The wish for annihilation in ‘love–death’ as collapse of the need for recognition, in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde (s. 747–766) /Moshe Bergstein
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • Transferences in parent–infant psychoanalytic treatments (s. 767–792) / Bjorn Salomonsson
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On: At what age should a psychoanalyst retire? (s. 793–797) / Danielle Quinodoz
  • Education Section
  • The concept of intersubjectivity in psychoanalysis: Taking critical stock (s. 799–823) / Werner Bohleber
  • Film Essay
  • Matte Blanco and narrativity: Hitchcock’s Vertigo (s. 825–840) / Michel Sanchez-Cardenas
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • The APF Annual 2010: Langues et Courants Sexuels [Languages and Sexual Currents] (s. 841–850) / Bertrand Colin
  • Nouveaux Développements en Psychanalyse: Autour de la pensée de Michel de M’Uzan (s. 851–854) / Ellen A. Sparer
  • Exilium: Oltre la psicosi [Exile: Beyond Psychosis] (s. 854–855) / Francesco Conrotto
  • Obituary
  • Remembering Daniel Stern (1934–2012): A legacy for 21st century psychoanalytic thinking and practice (s. 857–861) / Robert N. Emde

Cilt 94, Sayı 5, s. 863-1051 (Ekim 2013)

  • The Freud and Martha Correspondence
  • Die Brautbriefe: The Freud and Martha correspondence (s. 863–935) / Riccardo Steiner
  • The Wolf Man’s Rorschach
  • Introduction: The Wolf Man’s Rorschach (s. 937–944) / Harold P. Blum
  • The Wolf Man’s Rorschach (s. 945–946) / Dr Frederick S. Weil
  • Rorschach protocol (s. 947–950)
  • The Wolf Man’s Rorschach – part 2 (s. 951–953) / Dr. Frederick S. Weil
  • Rorschach interpretation of Freud’s “Wolf Man” at age 69 (s. 955–957) / Roy Schafer
  • On the Rorschach protocol (s. 959–961) / Justine McCarthy Woods
  • Wolf Man: Concluding commentary (s. 963–966) / Harold P. Blum
  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • Second thoughts on Agieren: Listening to the enacted (s. 967–991) / Gabriel Sapisochin
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • When Freud headed for the East: Aspects of a Chinese translation of his works (s. 993–1017) / Tomas Plaenkers
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The ego and the id revisited Freud and Damasio on the body ego/self (s. 1019–1032) / Jon Sletvold
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • L’inconscient freudien. Recherche, écoute, métapsychologie [The Freudian Unconscious: Research, Listening and Metapsychology] (s. 1033–1036) / Claire Maurice
  • The Freud Files: An Inquiry into the History of Psychoanalysis (s. 1036–1038) / Sander L. Gilman
  • The exodus from Egypt remains our point of departure’: The Covert Tradition in Sigmund Freud’s Moses and Monotheism (s. 1038–1043) / Wolfgang Hegener
  • On Freud’s “Femininity” (s. 1043–1051) / Anne Patterson

Cilt 94, Sayı 6, s. 1053-1282 (Aralık 2013)

  • Editorial
  • Editorial (s. 1053–1055) / Dana Birksted-Breen
  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • The explosion of the present and the encapsulation of time: Transference phenomena in the analysis of a psychotic patient (s. 1057–1075) / Heinz Weiss
  • Orientation, containment and the emergence of symbolic thinking (s. 1077–1091) / Giovanna Rita Di Ceglie
  • Tactics and empathy: Defences against projective identification (s. 1093–1113) / Lesley Steyn
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Transformation and invariance in creative translations and analytic interpretations: A Bionian reading of Borges and Cervantes (s. 1115–1127) / Beatriz Priel
  • Psychoanalytic Controversies
  • Introduction: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? (s. 1129–1134) / Rachel B. Blass
  • What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? (s. 1135–1143) / Dale Boesky
  • What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? (s. 1145–1152) / Elias Mallet da Rocha Barros
  • Response: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? (s. 1153–1162) / Catherine Chabert
  • Rejoinder: What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? (s. 1163–1165) / Dale Boesky
  • Panel Reports
  • Major Panel: Transformations of emotional experience (s. 1167–1168) / Josh Cohen
  • Major Panel: Depression (s. 1168–1170) / Marcel Hudon
  • Observing transformations in patients: The assessment of mental functioning (s. 1170–1172) / Ricardo Bernardi
  • Beyond pluralism: Searching for a theory of unconscious phantasy (s. 1172–1175) / Nancy H. Wolf
  • Memory and desire, tension and conflict in ‘late’ Bion (s. 1175–1177) / Leigh Tobias
  • The analyst’s pain (s. 1177–1180) / Caroline M. Sehon
  • Examining today’s theory of thinking in the light of the analysis of a patient unable to gain from his environment (s. 1180–1182) / Liana Pinto Chaves and David Taylor
  • The totalitarian mind (s. 1183–1185) / Susana Vinocur Fischbein
  • Facing the pain: Learning from the power of witnessing the holocaust (s. 1185–1189) / Paula L. Ellman
  • Facing the pain of crimes and their reparation (s. 1189–1191) / Claudia Frank
  • Tracking transformations in a psychoanalytic process: Unconscious and explicit (s. 1191–1193) / Marina Altmann
  • Translation (s. 1193–1194) / Marc Hebbrecht
  • Expanding the field: Clinical working parties today (s. 1194–1196) / Eike Hinze
  • The Prague Psychoanalytic Study Group 1933–1938: Frances Deri, Annie Reich, Theodor Dosužkov, and Heinrich Löwenfeld, and their contributions to psychoanalysis (s. 1196–1198) / Susanne Kitlitschko
  • Reflections on the gender of violence (s. 1198–1200) / Angela Mauss-Hanke
  • Mental pain and social trauma (s. 1200–1202) / Phillida Rosnick
  • The financial system and the current economic crisis (s. 1202–1203) / Stephen M. Sonnenberg
  • Watch this space! Research studies in depression: Three studies combining clinical psychoanalytical research with studies of outcome (s. 1203–1205) / David Taylor
  • The world is looking east: Growth and development of psychoanalysis in the Asian region (s. 1205–1207) / Frances Thomson-Salo
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On: From Basle to Milan to Zurich: On psychoanalytic training (s. 1209–1214) / Pier Francesco Galli
  • Film Essay
  • Like a pebble in your shoe: A psychoanalytical reading of Lars von Trier’s Breaking the waves and Antichrist (s. 1215–1230) / Judy Gammelgaard
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • Money Talks: In Therapy Society and Life (s. 1231–1233) / Dan Jacobs
  • The New Dictionary of Kleinian Thought (s. 1233–1242) / Ricardo Stramer
  • Psychoanalytic Diagnosis (s. 1242–1244) / Otto F. Kernberg
  • La violenza delle emozioni. Bion e la psicoanalisi postbioniana [The Violence of Emotions: Bion and Post-Bionian Psychoanalysis] (s. 1244–1252) / Mauro Manica
  • Arte, dor: inquietações entre estética e psicanálise [Art and Pain: Pacing the Shores of Aesthetics and Psychoanalysis] (s. 1252–1257) / Silvana Rea
  • Initiating Psychoanalysis: Perspectives (s. 1257–1262) / Kate Pugh
  • A clínica psicanalítica das psicopatologias contemporâneas [The Psychoanalytic Clinic of Contemporary Psychopathologies] (s. 1262–1270) / Rogério Coelhode Souza
  • Destructiveness, Intersubjectivity and Trauma: The Identity Crisis of Modern Psychoanalysis (s. 1270–1276) / Paul Denis
  • Correction Note (s. 1277)
  • Author Index (s. 1279)
  • Expanded Keyword Index (s. 1281–1282)

2012 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 93, Sayı 1, s.1-270 (Şubat 2012)

  • Editorials
  • Farewell (s. 1-2)    /  Robert Michels
  • Editorials (s. 3-4)   /  Dana Birksted-Breen
  • Original Articles
  • Tattoo and taboo: On the meaning of tattoos in the analytic process (s. 5–28)  /  Uta Karacaoglan
  • Winnicott and Derrida: Development of logic-of-play (s. 29–51)  /  Shachaf Bitan
  • What happens before and after acute enactments? An exercise in clinical validation and the broadening of hypotheses (s. 53–80)  /  Roosevelt M. S. Cassorla
  • Clinical issues in analyses over the telephone and the internet (s. 81–95)  /  Jill Savege Scharff
  • Comparing a narcissistic and an autistic retreat: ‘Looking through or at the window’ (s. 97–116)  /  L.V. Strauss
  • Fantasized recipient–donor relationships following lung transplantations: A qualitative case analysis based on patient narratives (s. 117–137)  /  Marius Neukom, Valentina Corti, Brigitte Boothe, Annette Boehler and Lutz Goetzmann
  • Education Section
  • Affects in Melanie Klein (s. 139–150)  /  Richard Rusbridger
  • The ego according to Klein: Return to Freud and beyond (s. 151–166)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  •  The thought of Hans W. Loewald (s. 167–179)  /  Jonathan Lear
  • Infant observation and the French model (s. 181–201)  /  Didier Houzel
  • Film Essay
  • Failures of the ‘moral defence’ in the films Shutter Island, Inception and Memento: Narcissism or schizoid personality disorder? (s. 203–218)  /  Graham Clarke
  • Annuals Report
  • The European annuals of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis: The benefits of linguistic diversity (s. 219–238)  /  Jean-Michel Quinodoz
  • Book Reviews
  • The Analyzing Situation (s. 239–245)  /  Rosine Jozef Perelberg
  • Freud, the Reluctant Philosopher (s. 245–250)  /  Elliot L. Jurist
  • The Long Shadow of Sexual Abuse: Developmental Effects Across the Life Cycle(s. 250–251)  /  Karen Gilmore
  • Corps malade et adolescence (s. 251–259)  /  Christine Jean-Strochlic
  • Sentire con gli occhi. Note sull’osservazione del bambino in psicoanalisi tra formazione, clinica e ricerca [Feeling through the Eyes: Infant Observation in Psychoanalysis between Training, Clinical Practice and Research] (s. 259–265)  /  Massimiliano Sommantico
  •  The Sibling Relationship: a Force for Growth and Conflict (s. 265–270)  /  Jeanine M. Vivona

Cilt 93, Sayı 2, s. 271–514 (Nisan 2012)

  • Pyschoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Female exhibitionism: Identification, competition and camaraderie (s. 271–292)  /  Deanna Holtzman and Nancy Kulish
  •  “Without being in psychoanalysis I would never have dared to become pregnant”: Psychoanalytical observations in a multidisciplinary study concerning a woman undergoing prenatal diagnostics (s. 293–315)  /  Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Martin Teising
  •  Some reflections on the unique time of Nachträglichkeit in theory and clinical practice (s. 317-340)  /  Paola Marion
  •  History of Psychoanalysis
  • An event in medical life, or the advent of a belief? (s. 341–353)  /  Pascal-Henri Keller and Dolores Albarracin
  •  Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • Whose memories are they and where do they go? Problems surrounding internalization in children on the autistic spectrum (s. 355–376)  /  Maria Rhode
  •  Educational and Professional Issues
  • Will psychoanalysis fulfill its promise? (s. 377–399)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  •  Education Section
  • Intersubjectivity and dialecticism (s. 401–425)  /  Henry P. Schwartz
  •  The therapeutic action of psychoanalysis (s. 427–442)  /  B. Brusset
  •  Letter to the Editors
  • On: Response to Moran Shoham (s. 443–444)  /  Adela Abella
  •  Film Essay
  • Parenting imperfection: Unlocking meaning in the developing relationship between a father and his disabled son, in Gianni Amelio’s The Keys to the House(s. 445–450)  /  Cheryl Moskowitz
  •  Obituaries
  • Leo Rangell 1913–2011 (s. 451–455)  /  Warren Procci
  •  Hanna Segal 1918–2011 (s. 457–469)  /  Riccardo Steiner
  •  Book Reviews
  • Lo Spazio dell’interpretazione [The Space of Interpretation] (s. 471–476)  /  Giovanna Goretti
  • A New Freudian Synthesis: Clinical Process in the Next Generation (s. 476–481)  /  Dale Boesky
  • Illusions et désillusions du travail psychanalytique [Illusions and Disillusions in Psychoanalytic Work] (s. 481–488)  /  Dominique Bourdin
  • Tragic Knots in Psychoanalysis: New Papers on Psychoanalysis (s. 488–492)  /  Gerald I. Fogel
  • Libres Cahiers pour la Psychanalyse No. 21, Printemps 2010: L’angoisse [No. 21, Spring 2010: Anxiety] (s. 492–502)  /  Isabelle Martin Kamieniak
  • The Young Lady Who Committed Hara-Kiri and Other Essays (s. 502–514)  /  Carlo Brosio

Cilt 93, Sayı 3, s. 271–818 (Haziran 2012)

  • Publisher’s Apology
  • Publisher’s Apology (s. i–ii)
  • The Analyst at Work
  • The Analyst at Work ‘A very dangerous conversation’: The patient’s internal conflicts elaborated through the use of ethnic and religious differences between analyst and patient (s. 515–534) /  Aisha Abbasi
  • A commentary on ‘A very dangerous conversation’ by Aisha Abbasi (s. 535–544)  /  Laura Verissimo de Posadas
  • The Analyst at Work A review of ‘A very dangerous conversation’ by Aisha Abbasi(s. 545–559)  /  Catherine Chabert
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Current developments in the practice of individual psychoanalytic psychodrama in France (s. 561–584)  /  Maurice Corcos, Alexandre Morel, Philippe Jeammet, Catherine Chabert and Aline Cohen De Lara
  • The unreachable object? Difficulties and paradoxes in the analytical relationship with borderline patients (s. 585–606)  /  Irene Ruggiero
  • The colourless canvas: Representation, therapeutic action and the creation of mind (s. 607–629)  /  Howard B. Levine
  • Has infantile sexuality anything to do with infants? (s. 631–647)  /  Björn Salomonsson
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • Reflections on psychoanalytic technique with adolescents today: Pseudo-pseudomaturity (s. 649–666)  /  Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak
  • Delusional development in child autism at the onset of puberty: vicissitudes of psychic dimensionality between disintegration and development (s. 667–692)  /  Francesco Bisagni
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • Sigmund Freud and Otto Rank: debates and confrontations about anxiety and birth (s. 693–715)  /  Francisco Pizarro Obaid
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • John Cage and W. R. Bion: An exercise in interdisciplinary dialogue (s. 717–731)  /  Adela Abella
  • Panel Reports
  • Opening plenary (s. 733)  /  Peter Dunn
  • Dreams (s. 733–735)  /  Susana Vinocur Fischbein
  • Sexuality Panel (s. 735–737)  /  Claudia Frank
  • History of psychoanalysis in Mexico (s. 737–739)  /  Eduardo Dallal–Castillo
  • Impact and influence of relational psychoanalysis (s. 739–741)  /  Phoebe A. Cirio
  • Kleinian theory (s. 741–743)  /  R. D. Hinshelwood
  • Field theory (s. 743–744)  /  Montana Katz
  • Psychoanalysis, sociology and European Jewish culture (s. 744–746)  /  Eliahu Feldman
  • New methods for integrating divergent concepts (Parts 1 & 2) (s. 746–748)  /  Eike Hinze
  • Project committee on clinical observation panels (s. 748–750)  /  Marina Altmann, Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick-Hanly and Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
  • Recent contributions from clinical research: On mental processing, on dreams and dreaming, and on the role of phantasies about parental couple relationships(s. 750–751)  /  Liana Pinto Chaves
  • ‘Consenting to be robbed so as not to be murdered’: psychoanalytic treatments of chronically depressed patients in two parallel depression research studies (s. 751–752)  6  Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber
  • La sexualidad en el análisis: Escucha y enactment [Sexuality in analysis: Analytic listening and Enactment] (s. 753–754)  /  Laura-Viviana Strauss
  • Disruptions and working through in the supervisory process (s. 754–755)  /  Franco Borgogno and Barbara Cohen
  • Impasse revisited (s. 755–756)  /  Phillida Rosnick
  • Experience in the treatment of sexual difficulties: Strengths and limitations of the psychoanalytic approach (s. 756–757)  /  Carolyn Feigelson
  • The closing plenary (s. 758–7597  /  Peter Dunn
  • Minutes of the Business Meeting of the IPA: At the World Trade Center, Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday, 4th August 2011 (s. 759–760)
  • Film Essay
  • Seduction, Receptivity and the ‘Feminine’ in Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book (s. 761–782)  /  Nicholas Ray
  • Obituary
  • Obituary (s. 783–790)  /  Janine Puget
  • Book Reviews
  • The Crisis in Psychoanalysis: In Search of a Lost Doctrine (s. 791–794)  /  Christiane Gariepy-Boutin
  • Toward Mutual Recognition: Relational Psychoanalysis and the Christian Narrative (s. 795–798)  /  Stanley Leavy
  • Freudin jalanjäljillä [In Freud’s Footsteps] (s. 799–801)  /  Anssi Perakyla
  • The How-To Book for Students of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy; Psychoanalytic Technique Expanded: A Textbook on Psychoanalytic Treatment(s. 801–805)  /  Nancy McWilliams
  • Uprooted Minds: Surviving the Politics of Terror in the Americas (s. 806–808)  /  Eli Zaretsky
  • A Disturbance in the Field: Essays in Transference–Counter Transference Engagement (s. 808–813)  /  Mitchell Wilson
  • The Christopher Bollas Reader Introduction (s. 813–818)  /  Steven Groarke

Cilt 93, Sayı 4, s. 819–1100 (Ağustos 2012)

  • Taking time: the tempo of psychoanalysis (s. 819–835)  /  Dana Birksted-Breen
  • From symbolizing to non-symbolizing within the scope of a link: from dreams to shouts of terror caused by an absent presence (s. 837–862)  /  Ruggero Levy
  • ‘Little Hans’: From his phobic episode to becoming an opera director (s. 863–878)  /  Jean-Michel Vives
  • The inner witness (s. 879–896)  /  Dana Amir
  • Exploring a patient’s shift from relative silence to verbal expressiveness: Observations on an element of the analyst’s participation (s. 897–916)  /  Steven Cooper
  • Psychoanalytic case presentations in a weaving thoughts group: On countertransference and group dynamics (s. 917–937)  /  Björn Salomonsson
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • The oceanic state: a conceptual elucidation in terms of modal contact (s. 939–961)  /  Jussi Antti Saarinen
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • Informed consent as a prescription calling for debate between analysts and researchers (s. 963–980)  /  Andrea Rodríguez Quiroga de Pereira, Verónica María Messina and Paula Andrea Sansalone
  • Key Papers
  • José Bleger’s dialectical thinking (s. 981–992)  / Haydée Faimberg
  • Theory and practice in psychoanalysis: psychoanalytic praxis (s. 993–1003)  /  José Bleger
  • Commentary on José Bleger’s Theory and practice in psychoanalysis: psychoanalytic praxis (s.1005–1016)  /  Jay Greenberg
  • Education Section
  • Regression and new beginnings: Michael, Alice and Enid Balint and the circulation of ideas (s. 1017–1034)  /  Jonathan Sklar
  • Letters to the Editor
  • On: Skype and privacy (pages 1035–1037)  /  John Churcher
  • On: Reply to ‘Skype and privacy’ (s. 1037–1039)  /  Jill Savege Scharff
  • On: Vesa Talvitie and Juhani Ihanus and neuropsychoanalysis (2011) (s. 1039–1041)  /  Gilbert Pugh
  • On: On neuropsychoanalytic metaphysics (2011) (s. 1041–1042)  /  Brian Johnson
  • On: Reply to Gilbert Pugh and Brian Johnson (s. 1042–1044)  /  Vesa Talvitie and Juhani Ihanus
  • Film Essay
  • Time, space and memory in Last Year in Marienbad (s.1045–1057)  /  Marguerite Valentine
  • Book Reviews
  • Towards an Emancipatory Psychoanalysis: Brandchaft’s Intersubjective Vision (s. 1059–1063)  /  Vic Sedlak
  • Samlade Skrifter av Sigmund Freud, Index and Register [Collected Works of Sigmund Freud, Index and Register] (s. 1063–1066)  /  Gudrun Bodin
  • Immaginando [Imagining] (s. 1066–1070)  /  Antonino Ferro
  • Psychoanalysis and Motivational Systems: a New Look (s. 1070–1075)  /  Fredric N. Busch
  • The Analysis of Failure (s.1076–1079)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  • Until the Fires Stopped Burning: 9/11 and New York City in the Words and Experiences of Survivors and Witnesses (s. 1079–1083)  /  Kevin Kelly
  • Obituary
  • Arnold M. Cooper M.D. (1923–2011) (s. 1085–1097)  /  David Tuckett, Elizabeth L. Auchincloss and Peter Fonagy
  • Correction Note
  • Publisher’s Apology (s.  1099–1100)

Cilt 93, Sayı 5, s. 1101–1347 (Ekim 2012)

  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Anxiety: the importunate companion. Psychoanalytic theory of castration and separation anxieties and implications for clinical technique (s.  1101–1114)  /  Rosemary Davies
  • Is psychoanalysis a matter of subjectivation? (s.  1115–1135)  /  Steven Wainrib
  • Clinical Communications
  • Reflections on coma: Man deprived of his consciousness (s.  1137–1152)  /  Xanthoula Dalakaki and Gregory Mantzouranis
  • On procreating today (s.  1153–1173)  /  Giovanna Goretti Regazzoni
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • Fresh old news from Ferenczi about the function of dreams: The dream as a Kur, as a treatment and as a Gyógyászat (s. 1175–1189)  /  Eugênio Canesin Dal Molin
  • Bion’s discovery of alpha function: Thinking under fire on the battlefield and in the consulting room (s. 1191–1214)  /  Lawrence J. Brown
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Hannah Arendt, evil and the eradication of thought (s.  1215–1236)  /  Coline Covington
  • Education Section
  • The use of the past and the present in the clinical setting (s.  1237)  /  Richard Rusbridger
  • On construction in Freud’s work (s.  1238–1248)  /  André Green
  • The screen memory and the act of remembering (s. 1249–1265)  /  Lucy LaFarge
  • Constructions in psychoanalysis: On the ‘assured conviction of the truth of a construction’ (s.  1266–1283)  /  Helmut Hinz
  • Letters to the Editor
  • On: Maurizio Balsamo, The Analyst at Work – Sabina (s.  1285–1286)  /  Dr Matthias von der Tann
  • On: Minding our metaphysics (s.  1286–1288)  /  Dominique Scarfone
  • Response to “Minding our Metaphysics” (s.  1289–1290)  /  Vesa Talvitie and Juhani Ihanus
  • Film Essays
  • Introduction: Three psychoanalytic perspectives on Pedro Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In (2011) (s. 1291)  /  Andrea Sabbadini
  • A perfectly modern Frankenstein: Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In (2011, Sony Pictures Classics) (pages 1291–1300)  /  Alessandra Lemma
  • Psychic skin and narcissistic rage: Reflections on Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In (s.  1301–1308)  /  Caron Harrang
  • Identity and inability to mourn in The Skin I Live In (s.  1308–1313)  /  Domenico Di Ceglie
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • Review of the APA Journal: Revista de Psicoanálisis de la Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina (s.  1315–1325)  /  Susana Vinocur Fischbein
  • Seeing and Being Seen: Emerging from a Psychic Retreat (s.  1325–1329)  /  Jane Milton
  • A Meltzer Reader: Selections from the Writings of Donald Meltzer (s.  1329–1335)  /  Ricardo Stramer
  • Starting Treatment with Children and Adolescents: A Process-Oriented Guide for Therapists (s. 1336–1340)  /  Claudia Lament
  • On Not Being Able to Paint (1950) and The Hands of the Living God (1969) (s.  1340–1347)  /  Jan Abram

Cilt 93, Sayı 6, s. 1101–1347 (Aralık 2012)

  • Contributors for 2012
  • Contributors for 2012 (s.  1349–1350)
  • Letter From
  • Letter from Basle (s.  1351–1356)  /  D. Bürgin
  • Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
  • The couch and the chador (s.  1357–1375)  /  Siamak Movahedi and Gohar Homayounpour
  • The role and importance of interpretation in the talking cure (s. 1377–1402)  /  François Sirois
  • Clinical Communications
  • Understanding alexithymia within a psychoanalytical framework (s.  1403–1425)  /  Gérard Pirlot and Maurice Corcos
  • The Latin American contribution to the psychoanalytic concept of phantasy (s.  1427–1437)  /  Izelinda Garcia de Barros
  • Psychoanalytic Controversies
  • “On Winnicott’s clinical innovations in the analysis of adults”: Introduction to a controversy (s.  1439–1448)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • On Winnicott’s clinical innovations in the analysis of adults (s.  1449–1459)  /  Michael Eigen
  • On Winnicott’s clinical innovations in the analysis of adults (s.   1461–1473)  /  Jan Abram
  • On Winnicott’s clinical innovations in the analysis of adults (s.   1475–1485)  /  Vincenzo Bonaminio 
  • Letters to the Editor
  • On: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Psychology (s.  1487–1488)  /  Lawrence Josephs
  • Reply to: On: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Psychology (s.   1488–1489)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  • Film Essay
  • An entire life in one glance: a psychoanalytic reading of Revolutionary Road (s.   1491–1503)  /  Paola Golinelli and Nicolino Rossi
  • Book and Journal Reviews
  • Ambiguity (s.  1505–1508)  /  Adolfo Pazzagli
  • 100 Years of the IPA: The Centenary History of the International Psychoanalytical Association 1910–2010: Evolution and Change (s.   1508–1511)  /  Aaron H. Esman
  • The Processes of Defense: Trauma, Drives, and Reality – A New Synthesis (s.   1511–1516)  /  Charles Levin
  • Unusual Interventions: Alterations of the Frame, Method, and Relationship in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (s.   1516–1519)  /  Arnold Goldberg
  • The Shadow of the Tsunami and the Growth of the Relational Mind (s.   1519–1524)  /  Richard Zimmer
  • Tietoisuuden ruumiillisuus. Mieli, aivot ja olemassaolon tunne [The Embodiment of Consciousness: The Mind, the Brain and the Sense of Existence] (s.  1524–1527)  /  Ilpo Lahti
  • Tormenti di Anime, Passioni, Sintomi, Sogni [Torments of the Soul: Passions, Symptoms, Dreams] (s.   1527–1531)  /  Giovanni Foresti
  • Obituary
  • Joyce McDougall, 1920–2011 (s.   1533–1540)  /  Laure Bonnefon-Tort

 

2011 SAYILARI DİZİNİ

Cilt 92, Sayı 1, s. 1-255 (Şubat 2011)

  • Letters From
  • Letter From Copenhagen (s. 1–4)  /  Susanne Lunn and Marie-Ange Wagtmann
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • The destiny of an unacknowledged trauma: The deferred retroactive effect ofaprès-coup in the hidden Jewish children of wartime Belgium (s. 5–20)  /  Adeline Fohn and Susann Heenen-Wolff
  • Trying to enter the long black branches: Some technical extensions of the work of Frances Tustin for the analysis of autistic states in adults (s. 21–42)  /  Judith L. Mitrani
  • Psychotherapy and close-process technique (s. 43–56)  /  Cecilio Paniagua
  • Termination: The hidden face of analysis (s. 57–73) /  François Sirois
  • Repression and splitting in the psychoanalytic process (s. 75–96)  /  Savvas Savvopoulos, Sotiris Manolopoulos and Stavroula Beratis
  • ‘A father is being beaten’: Constructions in the analysis of some male patients (s. 97–116)  /  Rosine Jozef Perelberg
  • Finding the depressed object in the obsessional: A clinical study (s. 117–133)  / Claire Cripwell
  • Helplessness and the exercise of power in the analytic session (s. 135–147)  / John Steiner
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Between the quills: Schopenhauer and Freud on sadism and masochism (s. 149–169)  /  Robert Grimwade
  • Education Section
  • Education Section (s. 171)  /  Richard Rusbridger
  • On psychosomatics: The search for meaning (s. 173–195)
  • Catalina Bronstein
  • Psychosomatics: A current overview (s. 197–219)  /  José Eduardo Fischbein
  • Psychoanalytic psychosomatics (s. 221–230)  /  Claude Smadja
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On: The ‘narcissism of minor differences’ (s. 231–233)  /  Graham S. Clarke
  • Book Reviews
  • Doubt, Conviction and the Analytic Process: Selected Papers of Michael Feldman (s. 235–240)  /  Howard B. Levine
  • The Psychotic Wavelength: A Psychoanalytic Perspective for Psychiatry (s. 240–245)  /  Brian Martindale
  • When Theories Touch: A Historical and Theoretical Integration of Psychoanalytic Thought (s.245–247)  /  Arnold Goldberg
  • Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychoanalysis (s.247–250)  /  Kevin V. Kelly
  • Prohibition of Don’t Look: Living Through Psychoanalysis and Culture in Japan(s. 251–254)  /  Robert A. Paul
  • Det Tystade Samtalet [The Silenced Dialogue] (s. 254–255)  /  Henning Paikin

Cilt 92, Sayı 2, s.  257–497 (Nisan 2011)

  • Announcement
  • College of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis (s. 257)  /  Andrea Sabbadini
  • Letter From
  • Letter from Mexico (s. 259–262)  /  Pablo Cuevas and Alejandro Tamez
  • Sexuality
  • Response by Björn Salomonsson: 1. What are your implicit or explicit thoughts about sexuality and how do these thoughts enter the psychoanalytic situation? In other terms how primary is sexuality in your thoughts about the clinical situation? (s. 263–265)
  • Response by Luis Kancyper (A.P.A.): 2. Are there elements (excluding aggression or destructiveness) that are exclusively non-sexual or is sexuality the unifying idea in your concept of transference? To what extent do you consider transference as sexual or to what extent are there non-sexual factors (excluding aggression)? Is desire an equivalent of sexuality in your clinical conceptualizations?  (s. 265–267)
  • Response by Nancy Kulish (USA) (s. 267–269)
  • Response by Elias Mallet da Rocha Barros (São Paulo) : 1 How do you conceive of the function of dreams? Do you distinguish dreams as a result of trauma from other types of dreams? (s. 270–272)
  • Response by Luis J. Martín Cabré (Madrid Psychoanalytical Association) (s. 272–274)
  • Response by Harold P. Blum: 2. To what extent do you privilege dream interpretation in relation to other forms of mental representations? (s. 275–277)
  • Dreams
  • Response by Elias Mallet da Rocha Barros (São Paulo): 1 How do you conceive of the function of dreams? Do you distinguish dreams as a result of trauma from other types of dreams? (s. 270–272)
  • Response by Luis J. Martín Cabré (Madrid Psychoanalytical Association) (s. 272–274)
  • Response by Harold P. Blum: 2 To what extent do you privilege dream interpretation in relation to other forms of mental representations? (s. 275–277)
  • The Unconscious
  • Response by Giuseppe Civitarese: What is your theory of unconscious processes? What are other theories that you would contrast with your conceptualization? (s. 277–280)
  • Response by Jorge Luis Maldonado (s. 280–283)
  • Response by Miguel Kolteniuk Krauze (Mexico) (s. 283–285)
  • Response by Werner Bohleber (Germany) (s. 285–288)
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Levels of emotional awareness: A model for conceptualizing and measuring emotion-centered structural change (s. 289–310)  /  Claudia Subic-Wrana, Manfred E. Beutel, David A.S. Garfield and Richard D. Lane
  • The development and organizing function of perversion: The example of transvestism (s. 311–332)  / Jon Meyer
  • The use of dreams in the clinical context: Convergencies and divergencies: An interdisciplinary proposal (s. 333–358)  /  Susana Vinocur Fischbein
  • The ‘secret cocoon’: Fantasies about the private self in the absence of consensual reality (s. 359–376)  /  Marie G. Rudden
  • Should supportive measures and relational variables be considered a part of psychoanalytic technique? Some empirical considerations (s. 377–399)  /  Marshall Bush and William Meehan
  • Clinical Communications
  • Being, thinking, creating: When war attacks the setting and the transference counter-attacks (s. 401–409)  /  Marie-Thérèse Khair Badawi
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Some observations on value and greatness in drama (s. 411–425)  /  George Mandelbaum
  • Metamorphosis and the aesthetics of loss: I. Mourning Daphne –The Apollo and Daphne paintings of Nicolas Poussin (s. 427–449)  /  Adele Tutter
  • Cultural narratives and the succession scenario: Slumdog Millionaire and other popular films and fictions (s. 451–470)  /  Robert A. Paul
  • Letters to the Editors
  • On: Attachment and Psychoanalysis; Working Models and Part-Object Transferences (s. 471–472)  /  Nathan Szajnberg
  • On: Response to Dr Szajnberg (s. 472–473)  /  Paul L. Wachtel
  • Book Reviews
  • Les yeux de l’âme (s. 475–484)  /  Bertrand Colin
  • Recovery of the Lost Good Object (s. 484–487)  /  Sally Weintrobe
  • Susan Isaacs: A Life Freeing the Minds of Children (s. 487–492)  /  Wendy W. Katz
  • Thanatos, Shame and Other Essays: On the Psychology of Destructiveness (s. 495–497)  /  Sølvi Kristiansen and Lars Christian Opdal

Cilt 92, Sayı 3, s.  499–754 (Haziran 2011)

  • Announcement
  • Appointment of Editor in Chief and Regional Editors (s. 499)
  • IPA Centenary Special Issue
  • Introduction (s. 501–504)  /  Jorge Canestri and Craig Tomlinson
  • In all questions, my interest is not in the individual people but in the analytic movement as a whole. It will be hard enough here in Europe in the times to come to keep it going. After all, we are just a handful of people who really have that in mind … (s. 505–591)  /  Riccardo Steiner
  • Narcissism, hypochondria and the problem of alternative theories (s.593–608)  /  Charles Hanly
  • Psychoanalysis and the university: A difficult relationship (s. 609–622)  /  Otto F. Kernberg
  • Psychoanalysis in the university: The natural home for education and research (s. 623–639)  /  Robert S. Wallerstein
  • Psychoanalysis and the United States research university: Current trends (s. 641–659)  /  Stephen M. Sonnenberg
  • Seeing bodies in pain: From Hippocrates to Freud (s. 661–674)  /  Sander L. Gilman
  • From the dreams of a generation to the theory of dreams: Freud’s Roman dreams (s. 675–694)  /  David Meghnagi
  • IPA Centenary Special Issue: Diffusion of Psychoanalysis
  • A virtual training institute in Eastern Europe (s. 695–713)  /  Paolo Fonda
  • The training of psychoanalysts in Latin American countries without IPA institutions: Antecedents, experiences and problems encountered (s. 715–731)  /  Javier García
  • The challenge of professional identity for Chinese clinicians in the process of learning and practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapy: The discussion on the frame of Chinese culture (s. 733–743)  /  Yunping Yang
  • Film Essay
  • A camera inside a monastery: Reflections on Of Gods and Men [Des Hommes et des Dieux] (s. 745–754)  /  Andrea Sabbadini and Giovanna Di Ceglie

Cilt 92, Sayı 4, s.  755–1080 (Ağustos 2011)

  • The Analyst At Work
  • Live wires: When is the analyst at work? (s. 755–759)  /  Dominique Scarfone
  • Laura – or the sexual borders of need (s. 761–771)  /  Jacques André
  • Response to Jacques André’s ‘Laura – or the sexual borders of need’ (s. 773–782)  /  Richard B. Simpson
  • ‘Laura’ falling down: Comments and fantasies about Jacques André’s essay (s. 783–789)  /  Eric Glassgold
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • From one room to the other: A story of contamination. The relationship between child and adult analysis (s. 791–810)  /  Elena Molinari
  • Matte Blanco’s thought and epistemological pluralism in psychoanalysis (s. 811–831)  /  Michel Sanchez-Cardenas
  • On the construction of thinking (s. 833–858)  /  José Renato Avzaradel
  • Beyond the image (s. 859–877)  /  Fabienne de Bilbao
  • Reflections on the clinical implications of symbolism (s. 879–901)  /  Elias M. da Rocha Barros and Elizabeth L. da Rocha Barros
  • Shadows, ghosts and chimaeras: On some early modes of handling psycho-genetic heritage (s. 903–924)  /  Joshua Durban
  • Reading Susan Isaacs: Toward a radically revised theory of thinking (s. 925–942)  /  Thomas H. Ogden
  • Education and Professional Issues
  • Dynamics of psychoanalytic supervision: A heuristic model (s. 943–961)  /  Anders Zachrisson
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Love, drive and desire in the works of Freud, Lacan and Proust (s. 963–983)  / Judy Gammelgaard
  • The Œdipus complex, crystallizer of the debate between psychoanalysis and anthropology (s. 985–1007)  /  Eric Smadja
  • Catharsis: Psychoanalysis and the theatre (s. 1009–1027)  /  Jean-Michel Vives
  • Lewis Carroll and psychoanalysis: Why nothing adds up in wonderland (s. 1029–1045)  /  Christopher Lane
  • Letters To The Editors
  • On: Letter from Jerusalem (s. 1047)  /  Chana Ullman
  • On: unacknowledged and acknowledged trauma (s. 1047–1049)  /  Jorge L. Ahumada
  • On: Response to Mr Ahumada (s. 1049–1050)  /  Adeline Fohn and Susann Heenen-Wolff
  • Film Essay
  • Dr Paul Weston and the bloodstained couch (s. 1051–1058)  /  Brett Kahr
  • Book Reviews
  • Reading French Psychoanalysis (s. 1059–1066)  / Alfred Margulies
  • Psychoanalytic Aesthetics: An Introduction to the British School (s. 1067–1070)  /  Janice S. Lieberman
  • Under the Skin: A Psychoanalytic Study of Body Modification (s. 1070–1073)  /  Nancy Kulish
  • Bion Today (s. 1074–1077)  /  N. Abel-Hirsch
  • Mirroring and Attunement: Self-Realization in Psychoanalysis and Art (s. 1077–1080)  /  Lesley Caldwell

Cilt 92, Sayı 5, s.  1081–1340 (Ekim 2011)

  • Psychoanalytic Controversies
  • Introduction to ‘On the value of “late Bion” to analytic theory and practice’ (s. 1081–1088)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • On the value of ‘late Bion’ to analytic theory and practice (s. 1089–1098)  /  Rudi Vermote
  • Commentary on Vermote’s ‘On the value of ‘late Bion’ to analytic theory and practice’ (s. 1099–1112)  /  David Taylor
  • Rudi Vermote’s response to David Taylor (s.1113–1116)  /  Rudi Vermote
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • The role of the patient’s remembered history and unconscious past in the evolution of Betty Joseph’s ‘Here and now’ clinical technique (1959-1989) (s. 1117-116)  /  Joseph Aguayo
  • On the immediacy of unconscious truth: Understanding Betty Joseph’s ‘here and now’ through comparison with alternative views of it outside of and within Kleinian thinking (s. 1137–1157)  /  Rachel B. Blass
  • The workable here and now and the why of there and then (s.1159–1181)  /  Fred Busch
  • Reconsidering therapeutic action: Loewald, cognitive neuroscience and the integration of memory’s duality (s. 1183–1207)  /  Jefferson A. Singer and Martin A. Conway
  • Infantile bisexuality and the ‘complete oedipal complex’: Freudian views on heterosexuality and homosexuality (s.1209–1220)  /  Susann Heenen-Wolff
  • Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
  • Superego: An attachment perspective (s. 1221–1240)  /  Jeremy Holmes
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Between the imaginary and the real: Photographic portraits of mourning and of melancholia in Argentina (s. 1241–1261)  /  Julia Reineman
  • The primal scene in cross-species and cross-cultural perspectives (s. 1263–1287)  /  Lawrence Josephs
  • Educational and Professional Issues
  • The interactive category schema of candidate competence: An Australian experience (s. 1289–1313)  /  Kenneth Israelstam
  • Letter To The Editors
  • On: The definition of psychoanalysis (s. 1315–1317)  /  Paolo Migone
  • Book Reviews
  • Passaggi segreti: teoria e tecnica della relazione interpsichica [Secret Passages: The Theory and Technique of Interpsychic Relations] (s. 1319–1322)  /  Theodore J. Jacobs
  • Change in Psychotherapy: A Unifying Paradigm (s. 1322–1331)  /  Scott Dowling
  • Invasive Objects: Minds Under Siege (s. 1331–1335)  /  Richard Zimmer
  • Object Relations and Social Relations: The Implications of the Relational Turn in Psychoanalysis (s. 1336–1340)  /  Andrew Cooper

Cilt 92, Sayı 6, s.  1343–1675 (Aralık 2011)

  • Announcement
  • The International Journal of Psychoanalysis (s. 1343)  /  Andrea Sabbadini
  • Reviewers for 2011
  • Reviewers for 2011 (s. 1345–1346)
  • The Analyst at Work
  • The Analyst at Work Sabina (s. 1347–1354)  /  Maurizio Balsamo
  • Clinical work with emptiness and sexuality: A commentary on Maurizio Balsamo’s paper ‘Sabina’ (s. 1355–1361)  /  Lina Balestriere
  • A commentary on Maurizio Balsamo’s paper ‘Sabina’ (s. 1363–1366)  /  Lewis Kirshner
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
  • Inside and outside the window: Some fundamental elements in the theory of psychoanalytic technique (s. 1367–1390)  /  David Tuckett
  • On authenticity: The question of truth in construction and autobiography (s. 1391–1409)  /  Sara Collins
  • The analytic state of consciousness as a form of play and a foundational transference (s. 1411–1436)  /  Jay Frankel
  • History of Psychoanalysis
  • ‘A serious venture’: John Rodker (1894–1955) and the Imago Publishing Company (1939–60) (s. 1437–1454)  /  Rémy Amouroux
  • Research
  • Vicissitudes of ideas of cure in analysands and their analysts: A longitudinal interview study (s. 1455–1481)  /  Andrzej Werbart and Sonja Levander
  • Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
  • A ‘quantum’ of truth in a field of lies: The investigation of emotional truth in a child analysis (s.1483–1500)  /  Elena Molinari
  • Clinical Communications
  • Limitations to the capacity to love (s. 1501–1515)  /  Otto F. Kernberg
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Metamorphosis and the aesthetics of loss: II. Lady of the woods–The transformative lens of Francesca Woodman (s. 1517–1539)  /  Adele Tutter
  • Thoughts on Rigoletto (s. 1541–1559) /  Francis Grier
  • Separation and individuation in Picasso’s Guernica (s. 1561–1581)  /  Ora Attia
  • On neuropsychoanalytic metaphysics (s. 1583–1601)  /  Vesa Talvitie and Juhani Ihanus
  • Some thoughts on the diffusion of psychoanalysis: The group dimension, ethics and the sense of identity (s. 1603–1616)  /  Albert Namer
  • Transcending the caesura: The reading effects of Borges’s fiction (s. 1617–1629)  /  Beatriz Priel
  • Film Essay
  • The Sweet Hereafter by Atom Egoyan: Extreme loss and psychic survival (s. 1631–1640)  /  Cesare Secch
  • Book Reviews
  • Intersubjective Processes and the Unconscious: An Integration of Freudian, Kleinian and Bionian Perspectives (s. 1641–1646)  /  Wendy Wiener Katz
  • Psychoanalysis in a New Light (s. 1646–1650)  /  Steven Groarke
  • Mind Works: Technique and Creativity in Psychoanalysis (s. 1650–1658)  /  Ricardo Stramer
  • Polarities of Experience: Relatedness and Self-Definition in Personality Development, Psychopathology, and the Therapeutic Process (s. 1658–1663)  /  Rudi Vermote
  • Reading Winnicott (s. 1663–1667)  /  Steven Groarke

 

 

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