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Ahlskog, Gary

  • (1983) [Book Review] Narrative Truth and Historical Truth: Meaning and Interpretation in Psychoanalysis by Donald P. Spence. Psychoanal. Rev., 70:290-293.
  • (1987) “The Unanalyzable Transference: A Portrait of Roustang’s Critique of Classical Technique.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:179-200.
  • (1990) “Atheism and Pseudo-Atheism in the Psychoanalytic Paradigm.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 13:53-77.
  • (1993) [Book Review] Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religion: Transference and Transcendence by James W. Jones. Psychoanal. Rev., 80:311-313.
  • (1996) [Book Review] The Truth About Freud’s Technique: The Encounter with the Real by M. Guy Thompson. Psychoanal. Rev., 83:147-153.
  • (2007) [Book Review] A Violent God-Image: An Introduction to the Work of Eugen Drew-Ermann by Matthias Beier. Psychoanal. Rev., 94:341-345.

Angel, Ernest

  • (1977) [Book Review] The Nuremberg Mind: The Psychology of The Nazi Leaders by Florence R. Miale and Michael Selzer. Psychoanal. Rev., 64:466-468.
  • (1979) “The Resolution of a Countertransference Through a Dream of the Analyst.” Psychoanal. Rev., 66:9-17.
  • (1980) “Ernest Angel Replies.” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:156.
  • (1982) ______________ & Ross, T.J. [Film review:] “Films the Freudian Text.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:401-410.

Balter, Lawrence

  • (1971) _______ & Fogarty, James. “Intra-and Intersensory Matching by Nursery School Children.”  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 33, (2), 467-72
  • (1972) Olesker, W. & _________, “Sex and empathy.” Journal of Counseling Psychology, 19, (6), 559-562
  • (1976) Domash L., & Balter, L. “Sex and Psychological Differentiation in Preschoolers.” Journal of Genetic Psychology, 128, 77-84.
  • (1976) “Psychological Consultation for Preschool Parent Groups.” Children Today, 5, (1), 19-22.
  • (1979) Domash, L., ____________. “Restitution and Revenge: Antisocial Trends in Narcissism.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 7, 375-384.
  • (1983) “The Technique of Psychoanalytically Oriented Parent Education.” In. E. S. Buchholz & J. M. Mishne (Eds). Ego and Self Psychology: Group Interventions with Children, Adolescence, and Parents. New York: Aronson.
  • (1987) Samuels, J. & ________ “How useful are telephone consultation services for parents?” Children Today, 27-30.
  • (1987) Introduction to “Learning to Say Good-bye by Nancy Balaban.
  • (1990) Introduction to Parents’ Guide to Understanding Discipline.
  • (1992) “Building Your Child’s Self-esteem.” In Partners for Prevention Employers’ Handbook.  New York State Citizens Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect
  • (1992) “Better Discipline.” In Partners for Prevention Employers’ Handbook. New York State Citizens Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect
  • (1994) “Parents’ Concerns.”  In Resources for Early Childhood:  A handbook.  Nuba, H., M. Searson, and D.L. Sheiman, (Eds.). New York: Garland
  • (1995) “Review of Countertransference in Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents,” Brandell (Ed.), In The Psychoanalytic Review, 82, (5), 773-778.
  • (1997) Gorman, J.C. & _________. “Culturally Sensitive Parent Education: A Critical Review of Quantitative Research.”  Review of Educational Research, 67, (3), 339-369
  • (2005) “Parenting.” In Encyclopedia of School Psychology.  Steven Lee (Ed.),  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Barnett, Alan

  • (1979) “Dynamic Factors Pertinent to Early Termination in Psychotherapy.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 40.
  • (2000) [Book Review] Joseph Sandler’s Freud’s Models of the Mind. The Psychoanalytic Review, 87, 740-744.
  • (2005) ______ & Katz, M. “Epilogue,” Exploring Emotional Memory—Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25: 576.
  • (2005) ________ & Katz, M., “Prologue,” Exploring Emotional Memory—Psychoanalytic Perspectives.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25: 409-417.
  • (2005) [Book Review] John Gedo’s The Evolution of Psychoanalysis—Contemporary Theory and Practice.” Current Trends in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 1, 106-113.
  • (2007) “The Metaphoric Significance of Object-oriented Inquiry.” Annals of Modern Psychoanalysis, 3, 47-60.
  • (2008) “Transformations in Treatment: Sublimatory Implications of an Interdisciplinary Hypothesis on the Metaphoric Processing of Emotional Experience.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 95, 79-106.
  • (2008) “Introduction: Focusing on the Psychoanalyst’s Intentions in Theory of Technique. The Psychoanalytic Review, 95: 701-709.
  • (2008) “Discussion: What is the Theoretical Yield in Studying the Psychoanalyst’s Intentions?” Psychoanalytic Review, 95:873-884.
  • (2009) ______ & Katz, S. M., “Epilogue, Metaphoric Processes in Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 29: 97.
  • (2009) ______ & Katz, S. M., “Prologue, Metaphoric Processes in Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 29: 1-5.
  • (2012) “Prologue: The Analyst’s Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 223-224.
  • (2012) “Discussion: The Analyst’s Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 330-335.
  • (2012) “Epilogue: The Analyst’s Involvement in the Creative Aspect of Analysis.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 336.
  • (2012) “Psychoanalytic Theory of Technique and Interdisciplinary Research: Commentary on Fred Levin’s Paper.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 99: 559-561.
  • (2013) “The Psychoanalytic Review: 100 Years of History.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 100: 1-56.
  • (2013) “Crossing Bridges.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 100: 807-816.

Bass, Alan

  • (1984) [Book Review] Jacques Lacan: The Death of an Intellectual Hero by Stuart Schneiderman. Psychoanal. Rev., 71:329-331.
  • (1988) [Book Review] Theaters of the Mind by Joyce McDougall. In Psychoanal. Rev., 75:343-346.
  • (1991) “Fetishism, Reality, and ‘The Snow Man’.” Am. Imago, 48:295-328.
  • (1992) [Book Review] Cultivating Freud’s Garden in France by Marion Oliner. Psychoanal. Rev., 79:147-149.
  • (1993) “Psychopathology, Metaphysics.” Am. Imago, 50:197-225.
  • (1994) “Aspects of Urethrality in Women.” Psychoanal Q., 63:491-517.
  • (1994) [Book Review] Testimony. Crises of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis, and History by Shoshana Felman and Dori Laub. Psychoanal Q., 63:146-150.
  • (1996) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis And The Postmodern Impulse: Knowing And Being Since Freud’s Psychology by Barnaby B. Barratt. Psychoanal Q., 65:629-635.
  • (1997) “The Problem Of “Concreteness”. Psychoanal Q., 66:642-682.
  • (1997) “The Status of an Analogy: Psychoanalysis and Physics.” Am. Imago, 54:235-256.
  • (2002) _________, Michels, R. [Book Review] Life Drive & Death Drive—Libido & Lethe: A Formalized Consistent Model of Psychoanalytic Drive and Structure Theory by Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, Ph.D. Psychoanal Q., 71:808-818.
  • (2003) Lauro, L., ______________, Goldsmith, L.A., Kaplan, J.A., Katz, G., Schaye, S.H. “Psychoanalytic Supervision of the Difficult Patient.” Psychoanal Q., 72:403-437.
  • (2003) “Difference and Disavowal.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 51:1105-1107.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Melanie Klein: Matricide as Pain and Creativity by Julia Kristeva, Translated by Ross Guberman. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 54:686-693.
  • (2007) “The As-If Patient and the As-If Analyst.” Psychoanal Q., 76:365-386.

Beer, Hollace

  • (1993) ___________ & Robertiello, Richard. “Bulemia as a Failure in Separation.”  Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, v. 23, #1.

Beier, Matthias

  • (2006) “On the Psychology of Violent Christian Fundamentalism: Fighting to Matter Ultimately.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:301-327.

Bergmann, Martin

  • (1963) “The Place of Paul Federn’s Ego Psychology in Psychoanalytic Metapsychology.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 11:97-116.
  • (1966) Ginzberg, E. & ___________ “John L. Herma: In Memoriam: Two Addresses.” Psychoanal. Rev., 53D:173-177.
  • (1966) “The Impact of Ego Psychology on the Study of the Myth.” Am. Imago, 23:257-264.
  • (1966) “The Intrapsychic and Communicative Aspects of the Dream—Their Role in Psycho-Analysis and Psychotherapy.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 47:356-363.
  • (1970-1971) “Theodor Reik’s Contributions To Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Review, 57:549-553.
  • (1971) [Book Review] Sociology and Religion: A Book of Readings. Edited by Norman Birnbaum and Gertrud Lenzer. Psychoanal Q., 40:704-705.
  • (1973) “Limitations of Method in Psychoanalytic Biography: A Historical Inquiry.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 21:833-850.
  • (1976) “Love That Follows upon Murder in Works of Art.” Am. Imago, 33:98-101.
  • (1976) [Book Review] The Unspoken Motive. A Guide to Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism by Morton Kaplan, Ph.D. and Robert Kloss, Ph.D. Psychoanal Q., 45:165-167.
  • (1979) [Book Review] From Oedipus to Moses. Freud’s Jewish Identity by Marthe Robert. Translated by Ralph Manheim. Psychoanal Q., 48:131-133.
  • (1980) “On the Intrapsychic Function of Falling in Love.” Psychoanal Q., 49:56-77.
  • (1980) [Book Review] The Trauma of Time. A Psychoanalytic Investigation by Irvine Schiffer. Psychoanal Q., 49:713-715.
  • (1982) “Platonic Love, Transference Love, and Love in Real Life.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 30:87-111.
  • (1983) [Book Review] Jewish Origins of the Psychoanalytic Movement by Dennis B. Klein. Psychoanal Q., 52:289-291.
  • (1983) [Book Review] The Parnas by Silvano Arieti. Psychoanal. Rev., 70:294-295.
  • (1984) “The Legend of Narcissus.” Am. Imago, 41:389-411.
  • (1985) [Book Review] Crowds and Power by Elias Canetti. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 33:235-237.
  • (1985) “Reflections on the Psychological and Social Function of Remembering the Holocaust.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 5:9-20.
  • (1988) “Freud’s Three Theories of Love in the Light of Later Developments.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 36:653-672.
  • (1988) “On the Fate of the Intrapsychic Image of the Psychoanalyst After Termination of the Analysis.” Psychoanal. St. Child, 43:137-153.
  • (1988) [Book Review] The Bourgeois Experience: Victoria to Freud, Vol. 1 the Education of the Senses; Vol. 2, the Tender Passion by Peter Gay. Psychoanal Q., 57:241-246.
  • (1988) “Who is a Lay Analyst?.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:361-372.
  • (1990) [Book Review] Dreams of Love and Fateful Encounters: The Power of Romantic Passion by Ethel Spector Person. Psychoanal. Rev., 77:303-306.
  • (1991) [Book Review] The Nature of Love, Volume 3: The Modern World by Irving Singer. Psychoanal Q., 60:140-143.
  • (1992) [Book Review] Freud and Moses: The Long Journey Home by Emanuel Rice. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 19:231-232.
  • (1992) [Book Review] The Apprehension of Beauty: The Role of Aesthetic Conflict in Development, Art and Violence by Donald Meltzer and Meg Harris Williams. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 40:885-888.
  • (1993) [Book Review] Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling: A Psychoanalytic Study by Jerome Oremland. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 41:886-892.
  • (1993) “Psychoanalytic Education and the Social Reality of Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Review, 80:199-210.
  • (1993) “Reality and Psychic Reality in Ernst Kris’s Last Papers: An Attempt to Update His Findings.” Psychoanal. Inq., 13:372-383.
  • (1993) “Reflections on the History of Psychoanalysis.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 41:929-955.
  • (1994) [Book Review] Freud’s Moses-Studie Als Tagtraum by Ilse Grubrich-Simitis. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 42:898-901.
  • (1994) “The Challenge of Erotized Transference to Psychoanalytic Technique.” Psychoanal. Inq., 14:499-518.
  • (1995) “On Love and Its Enemies.” Psychoanal. Rev., 82:1-19.
  • (1995) “The Jewish and German Roots of Psychoanalysis and the Impact of the Holocaust.” Am. Imago, 52:243-259.
  • (1995) “The Nature And Function Of A Pathological Oedipal Constellation In A Female Patient.” Psychoanal Q., 64:517-532.
  • (1995) [Book Review] Von Freud in den Freudianern by Helmut Junker. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 43:586-590.
  • (1996) [Book Review] The Psychology Of A Saint: Ignatius Of Loyola by W. W. Meissner. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 44:611-616.
  • (1997) “Passions in the Therapeutic Relationship: A Historical Perspective.” Canadian J. Psychoanal., 5:73-94.
  • (1997) “Termination: The Achilles Heel of Psychoanalytic Technique.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 14:163-174.
  • (1997) “The Historical Roots Of Psychoanalytic Orthodoxy.” Int. J. Psycho-Analysis, 78:69-86.
  • (1997) [Book Review] The Languages of Psychoanalysis by John E. Gedo. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 78:173-175.
  • (1999) [Book Review] Moses and Civilizations: The Meaning Behind Freud’s Myth by Robert A. Paul. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 47:1411-1414.
  • (2000) [Book Review] Lay Analysis: Life Inside the Controversy by Robert S. Wallerstein. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 69:162-167.
  • (2001) “Finding an Object.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:3-13.
  • (2001) “Life Goals and Psychoanalytic Goals from a Historical Perspective.” Psychoanal Q., 70:15-34.
  • (2002) “The Hartmann Era.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 50:719.
  • (2002) “The Relevance of History to the Psychoanalytic Controversy over Homosexuality.” Ann. Psychoanal., 30:37-41.
  • (2003) “A Contribution to the Supervisory Panel.” Psychoanal. Dial., 13:327-339.
  • (2004) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis and the Humanities: The Preference for the Primitive: Episodes in the History of Western Taste and Art. by E.H. Gombrich. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 52:301-306.
  • (2005) [Book Review] The Psychoanalytic Wars of Yesterday: Otto Fenichel: 119 Rundbriefe (One Hundred Nineteen Circular Letters) (1934-1945). Two volumes. Edited by Johannes Reichmayr and Else Mühlleitner. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 53:663-672.
  • (2006) “A Psychoanalytic Study of Rembrandt’s Self-Portraits.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:977-990.
  • (2007) “The Taming of God’s Aggression and the Need for a Loving God.” Ann. Psychoanal., 35:111-119.
  • (2008) “The Mind: Psychoanalytic Understanding then and Now.” Psychoanal Q., 77:139-166.
  • (2009) “On: Leaps of Faith: Is Forgiveness a Useful Concept?” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 90:640-640.
  • (2009) “The 1993 Symposium on Psychoanalytic Education Revisited.” Psychoanal. Rev., 96:405-409.
  • (2009) “The Inability to Mourn and the Inability to Love in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Psychoanal Q., 78:397-423.
  • (2010) “The Oedipus Complex and Psychoanalytic Technique.” Psychoanal. Inq., 30:535-540.
  • (2011) “Reik’s Confession: Construction or Interpretation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 98:247-252.
  • (2011) “The Dual Impact of Freud’s Death and Freud’s Death Instinct Theory on the History of Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 98:665-686.
  • (2013) “Credo.” Psychoanal. Dial., 23:261-268.

Berkeley, Ruth P.

  • (1965) [Book Review] Voices From the Inaudible: The Patients Speak by Theodor Reik. Psychoanal. Rev., 52C:156-157.

Berkowitz, Louis

  • (1968) “The Devil Within.” Psychoanal. Rev., 55:28-36.
  • (1972) [Book Review] The Broad Scope of Psychoanalysis: Selected Papers of Leopold Bellak. Edited by Donald P. Spence. Psychoanal. Rev., 59:322-324.

Bernstein, Arnold

  • (1958) “The Problem of Transference in Psychoanalysts.” Psychoanal. Rev., 45B:85-91.
  • (1967) _________ & Blacher, R.S.. “The Recovery of a Memory from Three Months of Age.” Psychoanal. St. Child, 22:156-161.
  • 1974) “The Genital Psychoanalyst.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:257-267.
  • (1976) “Freud and Oedipus: A New Look at the Oedipus Complex in the Light of Freud’s Life.” Psychoanal. Rev., 63:393-407.
  • (1976) “Problems in Treating Paranoia: A Case Illustration.” Modern Psychoanal., 1:191-200.
  • (1976) [Book Review] Treatment of the Narcissistic Neuroses by Hyman Spotnitz and Phyllis W. Meadow. Mod. Psychoanal., 1:259-260.
  • (1978) “A Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Etiology of ‘Back Pain’ and ‘Spinal Disc Syndromes’”. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 6:547-556.
  • (1978) “The Analyst’s Fear of Acting Out.” Mod. Psychoanal., 3:197-202.
  • (1979) [Book Review] Psychosexual Imperatives: Their Role in Identity Formation. Edited by Marie Coleman Nelson and Jean Ikenberry. Mod. Psychoanal., 4:112-113.
  • (1980) “Siblings of Twins.” Psychoanal. St. Child, 35:135-154.
  • (1980) [Book Review] Freud, Biologist of the Mind: Beyond the Psychoanalytic Legend by Frank J. Sulloway.. Mod. Psychoanal., 5:97-99.
  • (1980) [Book Review] The Broken Connection by Robert Jay Lifton. Mod. Psychoanal., 5:103-104.
  • (1981) “Introduction.” Mod. Psychoanal., 6:3-7.
  • (1982) [Book Review] Paradoxical Psychotherapy: Theroy and Practice with Individuals, Couples, and Families by Gerald R. Weeks and Luciano L’Abate… Mod. Psychoanal., 7:243-246.
  • (1982)“Science, Art, and Psychoanalysis.” Mod. Psychoanal., 7:75-79.
  • (1984) Psychotherapy as a Performing Art: The Role of Therapeutic Style.” Mod. Psychoanal., 9:171-178.
  • (1986) ____________ & Severino, S.K.. “The ‘Dumb Spot’ A Special Problem in Countertransference.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 14:85-94.
  • (1987) [Book Review] Melanie Klein: Her World and Her Work by Phyllis Grosskurth. Mod. Psychoanal., 12:98-105.
  • (1987) “Love and Death: Letting Go.” Mod. Psychoanal., 12:195-206.
  • (1987) ___________ & Katz, S.C. “When Supervisor and Therapist Dream: The Use of an Unusual Countertransference Phenomenon.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 15:261-271.
  • (1988) _____________ & Bernstein, J.A. “Preface.” Mod. Psychoanal., 13:209-210.
  • (1989) Analysis of Two Adult Female Patients Who had been Victims of Incest in Childhood. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 17:207-221.
  • (1990) [Book Review] Bloomsbury/Freud: The Letters of James and Alix Strachey, 1924-1925. Perry Meisel and Walter Kendrick, eds. Mod. Psychoanal., 15:272-275.
  • (1992) “Beyond Countertransference: The Love That Cures.” Mod. Psychoanal., 17:15-21.
  • (1992) ____________, Laquercia, T., Meadow, P.W., Sherman, M., Liegner, E.
  • Meadow, P.W., Ormont, L., Rosenthal, L., _________, Spotnitz, H. “Panel Discussion.” Mod. Psychoanal.:17:43-52.
  • (1993) “Symposium: The Making of a Modern Group Analyst.” Mod. Psychoanal., 18:3-30.
  • (1995) “Some Clinical Observations Upon the Emergence of the ‘Wonder Child’.” Mod. Psychoanal., 20:43-54.
  • (1997) [Book Review] Paranoia: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives Edited by John M. Oldham & Stanley Bose. Mod. Psychoanal., 22:122-123.
  • (1998) ___________, Liegner, E.J., Meadow, P.W., Rosenthal, L., Welber, D., Kirman, J.H. “Panel Discussion on Rosenthal’s ‘Clinical Observations on Premature Termination in Group Analysis’.” Mod. Psychoanal., 23:159-181.
  • (1999) “Narcissism and the Resistance to Groups.” Mod. Psychoanal., 24:165-171.
  • (2000) ___________, Charles Brenner, Peter B. Neubauer, Phyllis W. Meadow. “Panel Discussion.” Mod. Psychoanal., 25:39-42.
  • (2001) “A Note on the Passing of the Latency Period.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:283-287.
  • (2001) “A Session with Jack: A Demonstration of Mirroring Ego-Syntonic Joining.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:221-235.
  • (2001) “Beyond Countertransference: The Love That Cures.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:249-255.
  • (2001) “Freud and Oedipus: A New Look at the Oedipus Complex in the Light of Freud’s Life.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:269-282.
  • (2001) “Love and Death: Letting Go.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:257-268.
  • (2001) “Problems in Treating Paranoia: A Case Illustration.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:237-247.
  • (2001) “Psychotherapy as a Performing Art: The Role of Therapeutic Style.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:183-190.
  • (2001) “The Analyst’s Fear of Acting Out.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:203-208.
  • (2001) “The Classical Parameters of Psychoanalytic Technique: A Review.” Mod. Psychoan., 26:125-181.
  • (2001) “The Emergence of the ‘Wonder Child’.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:289-300.
  • (2001) “The Fear of Compassion.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:209-219.
  • (2001) “The Genital Psychoanalyst.” Mod. Psychoanal., 26:191-201.
  • (2004) “Correspondence: To the Editor. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 32:399.
  • (2005) “The Contributions of Marcel Proust to Psychoanalysis.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 33:137-148.
  • (2005) “Introduction.” Mod. Psychoanal., 30B:1-3.
  • (2005) “The Practice of Wisdom: A Contribution to Clinical Philosophy.” Psychoanal. Inq., 25:540-554.
  • (2008) “The Tao of Human Being: A Contribution to Clinical Philosophy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 95:777-790.

Bernstein, Doris

  • (1983) “The Female Superego: A Different Perspective.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 64:187-201.
  • (1990) “Female Genital Anxieties, Conflicts and Typical Mastery Modes.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 71:151-165.

Bloch, Dorothy

  • (1965) “Feelings that Kill: The Effect of the Wish for Infanticide in Neurotic Depression.” Psychoanal. Rev., 52A:51-66.
  • (1966) “Some Dynamics of Suffering: Effect of the Wish for Infanticide in a Case of Schizophrenia.” Psychoanal. Rev., 53D:31-54.
  • (1973) [Book Review] Therapeutic Communication with Children: The Mutual Storytelling Technique by Richard A. Gardner Psychoanal. Rev., 60:481-483.
  • (1974) “Fantasy and the Fear of Infanticide.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:5-31.
  • (1974) [Book Review] The Scope of Child Analysis by Victor Smirnoff. Psychoanal. Rev., 61:325.
  • (1975-76) “The Threat of Infanticide and Homosexual Identity.” Psychoanal. Rev., 62:579-599.
  • (1976) “Infantile Autism and the Inhibition of Fantasy.” Mod. Psychoanal., 1:231-242.
  • (1979) “The Birth And Death of a Defensive Fantasy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 66:359-366.
  • (1981) [Book Review] Prisoners of Childhood by Alice Miller. Mod. Psychoanal., 6:237-238.
  • (1985) “The Child’s Fear of Infanticide and the Primary Motive Force of Defense.” Psychoanal. Rev., 72:573-588.
  • (1989) “Freud’s Retraction of his Seduction Theory and the Schreber Case.” Psychoanal. Rev., 76:185-201.
  • (1989) “The Common Core of Paranoia and Depression.” Psychoanal. Inq., 9:427-449.
  • (1998) [Book Review] Integrating Theory: Every Clinician’s Task, One Clinician’s Guide: Useful Servants: Psychodynamic Approaches to Clinical Practice by Susan S. Levine Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 5:77-84.
  • (2002) “The Music of What Happens: A Clinician’s Development Using Patient as Object.” Psychoanal. Inq., 22:617-625.
  • (2012) “Integrating the Therapeutic into the Developmental in Treating Disturbed Adolescents.” Psychoanal. Study of the Child, 66:224-248.

Bloch, Jayne

  • (2014) “Reciprocity in a Securely Attached Mother-Infant Dyad,” Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 13:1, pp. 11-23. (Special Issue: From Infant Observation to Parent-Infant Treatment: Papers from the Anni Bergman Parent Infant Training Program.)

Cohn, Ruth

  • (1969) “Psychoanalytic or Experiential Group Psychotherapy: A False Dichotomy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56C:333-345.

Cooper, Paul

  • (1998) “The Disavowal of the Spirit: Wholeness and Integration in Buddhism and Psychoanalysis.” In. A. Molino, Ed., The Couch and the Tree: Dialogues in psychoanalysis and Buddhism.
  • (1999) “Sense and Non-sense: Phenomenology, Buddhist and Psychoanalytic.”
  • Journal of Religion and Health (Winter).
  • (1999) “Buddhist Meditation and Countertransference: A Case Study.”
  • American Journal of Psychoanalysis. (March). Also published in The Journal of Religion and Health  (Spring,2000).
  • (2001) “Clouds into Rain.” Journal of Religion and Health (Spring).
  • (2001) “The Gap Between: Being and Knowing in Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis.”
  • American Journal of Psychoanalysis (Dec.).
  • (2002) “The Pervasion of the Object: Unitive Experience & Psychoanalysis.”
  • Psychoanalytic Review (Dec.).
  • (2003) “Attention and Inattention: Buddhist and Psychoanalytic Varieties.” Groundwater; Journal of Buddhism and Psychotherapy. (Spring).
  • (2003) “Between Wonder and Doubt: Psychoanalysis in the Goal-free Zone.”
  • American Journal of Psychoanalysis. (#6).
  • (2004) “Oscillations: Zen & Psychoanalytic Versions.” Journal of Religion and Health (Summer).
  • (2004) “The Abyss Becoming Well.” Psychoanalytic Review. (August).
  • (2005) “The Formless Self in Buddhism and Psychoanalysis” In Psychotherapy and Religion: Many Paths, One Journey. Eds. M. Bakur Wiener, P. Cooper, et. al. Latham, MD: Jason Aronson Pub.
  • (2008) “Being the Moment.” Psychoanalytic Review: 95 (2), April.
  • (2009) “Oscillations: Reload” In: Self and No-self: Continuing the Dialogue between Buddhism and Psychotherapy. Eds. M. Miller, D. Mathers, O. Ando. London: Routledge.
  • 2013) “Total Exertion: Zen, Psychoanalysis, Life.” Journal of Religion and  Health.  Sep; 50(3):592-601. doi: 10.1007/s10943-011-9506-4.

Coopersmith, Seymour (Sy)

  • (1997) “The Search for the Authentic Self.” Psychoanal. Rev., 84:397-416.
  • (2005) “Determinants of Licensing in Psychoanalysis: Exclusivity and Pluralism.” Psychoanal. Rev., 92:895-905.
  • (2005) “Prologue.” Psychoanal. Rev., 92:801-804.
  • (2010) “The Future of the Training Analysis: An Introduction to the Future of Psychoanalytic Education.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:899-902.

Crudele, Roman

  • (Summer 2015) “Romantic Delusions” Other/Wise. Psychoanalytic Journal of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education. Volume 1.

Deri, Susan

  • (1990) “Case Presentation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:535-554.
  • (1990) “The Homeostatic and the Representational Function of the Symbolic Process; with Reference to the ‘Rat Man’s’ Obsessive Ideation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:525-534.
  • (1990) “The Aged and Women: Partners by Prejudice.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:519-523.
  • (1990) “Changing Concepts of the Ego in Psychoanalytic Theory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:511- (1990). “Szondi’s Genetically Based Schicksalsanalysis as a Parameter of Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:503-510.
  • (1990) “Great Representatives of Hungarian Psychiatry: Balint, Ferenczi, Hermann, and Szondi.” Psychoanal. Rev., 77:491-501.

Edlow, Mary

  • (2014). “Injured Brain, Injured Self: Psychodynamic Treatment of a Patient with Epilepsy.” Neuropsychoanalysis, 16(2), 139-147

Eigen, Michael

  • (1973) “The Recoil on Having Another Person.” Rev. of Existl. Psychol. & Psychiat. 12:52-55.
  • (1973) “Abstinence and The Schizoid Ego.” Int. J. Psychoanal., 54:493-498.
  • (1974) “On Pre-oedipal Castration Anxiety.” Int. Rev. Psychoanal., 1:489-498.
  • (1974) “Psychopathy and Individuation.” Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice. 54:493-497.
  • (1975) “The Differentiation of an Androgynous Imago.” Psychoanal. Rev., 62:601-613.
  • (1977) “On Working with ‘Unwanted’ Patients., Int. J. Psychoanal., 58:109-122.
  • (1977) “On Breathing and Identity. J. Humanistic Psychol. 17:35-39.
  • (1978) [Film review:] “A Night Full of Rain.” Psychoanalytic Review, 63:69-71.
  • (1979) “Ideal Images, Creativity and the Freudian Drama. Psychocultural Rev. 3:287-298.
  • (1979) “On the Defensive Use of Mastery.” Amer. J. Psychoanal. 39:279-282.
  • (1979) “Female Sexual Responsiveness and the Therapist’s Feelings.” Psychoanal. Rev., 66:3-8.
  • (1979) “On the Significance of the Face,” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:427-442
  • (1980) “Instinctual Fantasy and Ideal Images. Contemp. Psychoanal. 16:119-137.
  • (1980) “Expression and Meaning.” Expressive Therapy. ed. A. Robbins. N.Y.: Human Sciences Press.
  • (1980) “An Apprenticeship.” Voices  15:18-21.
  • (1981) “A Note on Soft and Hard Qualities.” Amer. J. Psychoanal. 40:267-271.
  • (1981) “Guntrip’s Analysis with Winnicott.” Contemp Psychoanal. 17:103-112.
  • (1981) “Breaking the Frame: Stopping the World.” Modern Psychoanal. 6:89-100.
  • (1981) “Comments on Snake Symbolism and Mind-body Relations.” Amer. J. Psychoanal. 41:73-79.
  • (1981) “Reflections on Eating and Breathing as Models of Mental Functions.” Amer. J. Psychoanal. 41:177-180.
  • 1981) “Maternal Abandonment Threats, Mind-body Relations Suicidal Wishes.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 9:561-582
  • (1981) “The Area of Faith in Winnicott, Lacan and Bion”, Int. J. Psychoanal., 62:413-434.
  • (1982) “Creativity, Instinctual Fantasy and Ideal Images”, Psychoanal. Rev., 69:317-339.
  • (1982) “Aspects of a Psychoanalyst’s Journey: the Ideal and the Mundane.” Voices, 18:17-19.
  • (1983) “A Note on the Structure of Freud’s Theory of Creativity.” Psychoanal. Rev., 70: 41-45.
  • (1983) “Dual Union: Milner’s View of Psychic Creativeness.” Int. Rev. Psychoanal., 10:415-428.
  • (1983) “On Time and Dreams,” Psychoanal. Rev., 70:211-220.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Freud and the Culture of Psychoanalysis by Steven Marcus. New York:  Norton. Cithara, 24:76-7.
  • (1985) “Aspects of Omnipotence.” Psychoanal. Rev., 72:149-159.
  • (1985) “The Sword of Grace,” Psychoanal. Rev., 72:334-346.
  • (1985) “Towards Bion’s Starting Point: Between Catastrophe and Death., Int. J. Psychoanal., 66:321-330.
  • (1986) “Aspects of Mindlessness-selflessness: A Common Madness.” The Psychotherapy Patient 2:75-81 and Psychotherapy and the Selfless Patient. ed. J. A. Travers. Binghamton, N.Y. Haworth Press.
  • (1989) “Aspects of Omniscience.” In The Facilitating Environment. ed. M.G. Fromm & B. L. Smith. Madison, CT: Int. Univ. Press, 604-628.
  • (1991) “A Flying Phobia: Mind-body Splits and Individuation.” Psychoanalysis Today. eds. E. Thorne & S. H. Schaye. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 133-154.
  • (1991) “Winnicott’s Area of Freedom: The Uncompromiseable.” Liminality and Transitional Phenomena. eds. N. Schwartz-Salant & M. Stein. Wilmette, Il: Chiron Publications, 67-88.
  • (1991) “The Immoral Conscience.” The Psychotherapy Patient 7:33-44 and Psychotherapy and the Self-Righteous Patient. eds. J. A. Travers & E. M. Stern. Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press, 33-44.
  • (1992) “Counterparts in a Couple.” Contemp. Psychoth. Rev. 7:42-55.
  • (1992) “The Fire That Never Goes Out,” Psychoanal. Rev., 79:271-287
  • (1993) “The Counterpart.” Mad Parts of Sane People, ed. M. Stein. Wilmette, Il.: Chiron Publications, 37-51.
  • (1994) “From Attraction to Meditation.” Contemp. Psychoth. Rev. 9: 28-41.
  • (1994) “Disaster Anxiety.” The Psychotherapy Patient. 9:59-76 and Psychotherapy and the Dangerous Patient, ed. J. A. Travers & E. M. Stern. Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press.
  • (1994) “The Psychoanalytic Writer.” Contemp. Psychoanal. 9:49-54.
  • (1995) “The Destructive Force Within.” Contemp. Psychoanal. 31: 603-616.
  • (1995) “Goodness and Deadness.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations. 13: 43-53.
  • (1995) “Moral Violence.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations. 13: 37-45.
  • (1995) “Two Kinds of No-thing.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations.13: 46-64.
  • (1995) “Primary Process and Shock. C.R.E.A.T.E. 5: 64-68.
  • (1995) “Mystical Precocity and Psychic Short-circuits.” The Mind Object: Precocity and the Pathology of Self-Sufficiency. eds. E.G. Corrigan & P. E. Gordon. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson,
  • (1995) “Stones in a Stream.” Psychoanal. Rev., 82:371-390
  • (2006) “The Annihilated Self.” Psychoanalytic Review 93(1) 25-38.
  • (2006) “Tiny Quivers.” Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 42(1): 1-12.
  • (2006) “Destruction and Madness.” In J. Mills  (Ed.).  Other Banalities: Melanie Klein Revisited. London: Routledge.
  • (2006) “Something Wrong.” [A dramatic monologue in the online journal,] Moondance (summer).
  • (1996) “Nell,” Psychoanalytic. Rev., 83:948-951.
  • (1997) “Miscarriages.” In Mind-Body Problems. J. S. Finell, ed. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 331-351.
  • (1997) “Being Too Good.” In Psychodynamic Supervision. ed. M. H. Rock. Northvale, N.J. Jason Aronson, 57-76.
  • (1997) “Musings on O.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations 15: 213-226.
  • (1997) “A bug-free Universe.” Contemp. Psychoanal. 33:19-41.
  • (1998) “Wilfred R. Bion: Infinite Surfaces, Explosiveness, Faith.” Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition. eds. P. Marcus & A. Rosenberg. N.Y.: New York University,183-205
  • (1998) “Empty and Violent Nourishment.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations.16:349-365.
  • (1998) “Soundproof Sanity and Fear of Madness.” Melanie Klein and Object Relations. 16:411-423.
  • (1998) “One Reality.” In The Couch and the Tree. ed. A. Molino. N.Y.: North Point Press, 217-230.
  • (1998) [Book reviews:] Inner Objects and Catastrophic Change: Sincerity and Other Works: Collected Papers of Donald Meltzer. Edited by Alberto Hahn. Psychotic Metaphysics by Eric Rhode (foreword by Donald Meltzer). J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 46:925-932.
  • (1999) “Tinkering.” fort da. 5:64-83.
  • (2001) “Mysticism and Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Rev. 88: 455-481.
  • (2002) [Book Review] The Dove That Returns, The Dove That Vanishes: Paradox and Creativity in Psychoanalysis by Michael Parsons. British J. Psychoth. 17: 408-412. (2002) Half and half. fort da 8:7-17.
  • (2002) “A Basic Rhythm.” Psychoanalytic Review. 89:721-740.
  • (2002) “Smile and Scream.” Voices.38:4-12.
  • (2003) “Vulgar Links: Up, Down, All Around: An Interview with Michael Eigen.” [Simultaneously published in:] Inhabitants of the Unconscious: The Grotesque and the Vulgar in Everyday Life. ed. E. Mark Stern & R.B. Marchesani [Interviewer]. New York: The Haworth Press. [Also in:] The Psychotherapy Patient 12:99-110.
  • (2003) “Killers in Dreams.” Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 19: 11-31.
  • (2003) “A Little Psyche-music.” Psychoanalytic Dialogues.
  • (2004) “Trauma Clots.” Poeiesis: A Journal of the Arts and Communication. VI (May).
  • (2004) “No Amount of Suffering.” In D. Knafo (Ed.) Living With Terror, Working With Trauma.. Jason Aronson.
  • (2004) “Dreams.” Journal of Religion and Health: Psychology, Spirituality and Medecine. 43(2).
  • (2005) “Healing Longing in the Midst of Damage.” Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 15(2) 169-183..
  • (2006) “The Annihilated Self.” Psychoanalytic Review 93(1) 25-38.
  • (2006) “Tiny Quivers.” Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 42(1): 1-12.
  • (2006) “Destruction and Madness.” In J. Mills (Ed.), Other Banalities: Melanie Klein Revisited. London: Routledge.
  • (2006) “Something Wrong.” [A dramatic monologue in the online journal,] Moondance (summer).
  • (2007) “Incommunicado core and boundless supporting unknown.” European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counseling & Research. 9(4): 415-422.
  • (2007) “Guilt in an Age of Psychopathy.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 94(5).
  • (2008) “Primary Aloneness.” Psychoanalytic Perspectives (v 5)
  • (2012) “Future as Unknown Presence (Even if It Is Absent).” The Candidate vol 5, No. 1
  • (2012) “On Winnicott’s Clinical Innovations in the Analysis of Adults.” International Journal of Psychoanalysis. 93: 1449-1459.
  • (2012) “Distinction-Union Structure.” Psychoanal. Inq. 32:246-256.
  • (2013) “Response by Michael Eigen: We Never Recover from Being Human.” International Journal of Psychoanalysis. 94:118-121.
  • (2014) “Moments that count.” In S. Kuchuck (Ed.), Clinical Implications of the Psychoanalyst’s Life Experience:  When the Personal Becomes Professional. London: Routledge.
  • (2014) “Variants of mystical participation.” Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond. Ed. M. Winborn. Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press.

Fine, Reuben

  • (1958-1959)
  • . “The Logic of Psychology.” Psychoanal. Rev., 45C:15-41.
  • (1959) “Reply to Critique.” Psychoanal. Rev., 46D:112-116.
  • (1959) [Book Review] Sigmund Freud’s Mission. An Analysis of his Personality and Influence by Erich Fromm. Psychoanal. Rev., 46C:119-125.
  • (1960) [Book Review] Freud: The Mind of the Moralist by Philip Rieff. Psychoanal. Rev., 47D:121-124.
  • (1960) “The Measurement Problem in Psychology.” Psychoanal. Rev., 47C:91-105.
  • (1961) “A Transference Manifestation of Male Homosexuals.” Psychoanal. Rev., 48B:116-120.
  • (1965) “Erotic Feelings in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship.” Psychoanal. Rev., 52A:30-37.
  • (1971) [Book Review] The Basic Fault. Michael Balint. Psychoanal. Rev., 58:319-321.
  • (1971-72) “Hysteria Revisited.” Psychoanal. Rev., 58:595-615.
  • (1972) “The Age of Awareness.” Psychoanal. Rev., 59:55-71.
  • (1972) “The Psychoanalysis of a Drug Addict.” Psychoanal. Rev., 59:585-608.
  • (1975) [Book Review] Beyond Freedom and Dignity by B. F. Skinner. New York: Knopf 1971. Psychoanal. Rev., 62:437-451.
  • (1976) “The Uncommunicative Genius.” Psychoanal. Rev., 63:409-425.
  • (1979) [Book Review] Freud in Germany: Revolution and Reaction in Science, 1893-1907 by Hannah Decker. Psychoanal. Rev., 66:456.
  • (1979) [Book review] The Intensive Group Experience: A Guide by Max Rosenbaum and Alvin Snadowsky. Psychoanal. Rev., 66:147-148.
  • (1979-80) [Book review] L’Auto-Analyse De Freud et la Découverte De La Psychanalyse (Freud’s Self-Analysis and the Discovery of Psychoanalysis) by Didier Anzieu. Psychoanal. Rev., 66:617-620.
  • (1980) Letter to the Editor. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 7:122-122.
  • (1983) “The Psychoanalytic Vision.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 10:237-240.
  • (1987) “Re the Ambivalance about Love in Contemporary Psychoanalysis.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 14:553-556.

Finell, Janet Schumacher

  • (1982) [Book Review] Melanie Klein by Hanna Segal. Psychoanal. Rev., 69:309-311.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Curative Factors in Dynamic Psychotherapy by Samuel Slipp (Ed.). Psychoanal. Rev., 71:340-343.
  • (1985) Narcissistic Problems in Analysts. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 66:433-445.
  • (1985) [Book Review] Projective Identification and Psychotherapeutic Technique by Thomas H. Ogden. Psychoanal. Rev., 72:671-673.
  • (1986) [Book Review] Borderline Patients: Psychoanalytic Perspectives by Sander M. Abend, Michael S. Porder, & Martin S. Willick. Psychoanal. Rev., 73C:385-387.
  • (1986) “The Merits and Problems with the Concept of Projective Identification.” Psychoanal. Rev., 73B:103-120.
  • (1987) “A Challenge to Psychoanalysis: A Review of the Negative Therapeutic Reaction.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:487-515.
  • (1988) [Book Review] Borderline Psychopathology and its Treatment by Gerald Adler. Psychoanal. Rev., 75:491-493.

Frank, George

  • (1978) [Book Review] Creative Art Therapy by Arthur Robbins and Linda Beth Sibley. Psychoanal. Rev., 65:658-659.
  • (1982-83) [Book Review] The Childhood Emotional Pattern and Human Hostility by Leon J. Saul, M.D. Psychoanal. Rev., 69:571-573.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Out in Inner Space: a Psychoanalyst Explores The New Therapies by Stephen A. Appelbaum. Psychoanal. Rev., 71:510-511.
  • (1985) [Book Review] The Psychoanalytic Vision: A Controversial Reappraisal of the Freudian Revolution by Reuben Fine. Psychoanal. Rev., 72:353-354.
  • (1987) [Book Review] Developmental Theory and Clinical Process by Fred Pine. Psychoanal. Rev., 74:307-309.
  • (1987) “Weinstein Revisited: Should Analysts Love Their Patients?” Mod. Psychoanal., 12:89-95.
  • (1990) [Book Review] The Freudian Paradigm: Toward Paradigm Change in Psychoanalysis by Donald P. Spence. Psychoanal. Rev., 77:617-620.
  • (1991) [Book Review] Sublimation: Inquiries Into Theoretical Psychoanalysis by Hans W. Loewald. Psychoanal. Rev., 78:475-478.
  • (1992) “Classics Revisited: Wilhelm Reich’s ‘On Character Analysis’.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 19:51-56.
  • (1993) [Book Review] Oedipus and Beyond: A Clinical Theory by Jay Greenberg. Psychoanal. Rev., 80:664-668.
  • (1996) Beliefs and Their Vicissitudes. Psychoanal. Psychol., 13:421-431.
  • (1996) Conflict and Deficit: Two Theories or One?. Psychoanal. Psychol., 13:567-569.
  • (1996) [Book Review] The Evolution and Application of Clinical Theory: Perspectives from Four Psychologies by Judith Marks Mishne. Psychoanal. Rev., 83:139-140.
  • (1998) “On the Relational School of Psychoanalysis: Some Additional Thoughts.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 15:141-153.
  • (1998) “The Intersubjective School of Psychoanalysis: Concerns and Questions.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 15:420-423.
  • (1998) “The Psychoanalytic Process: The Search for Common Ground.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 15:297-304.
  • (1999) “A Note on the Use of the Rorschach in the Assessment of Analyzability.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:281-287.
  • (1999) “Freud’s Concept of the Superego: Review and Assessment.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:448-463.
  • (1999) “Termination Revisited.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:119-129.
  • (1999) “The Deficit Model of Psychopathology: Another Look.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:115-118.
  • (2000) “The Status of Psychoanalytic Theory Today: There Is an Elephant There.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 17:174-179.
  • (2000) “Transference Revisited/Transference Revisioned.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 23:459-478.
  • (2003) “Triebe and Their Vicissitudes: Freud’s Theory of Motivation Reconsidered.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 20:691-697.
  • (2004) “More on Trieb: Reply to Mills (2004).” Psychoanal. Psychol., 21:678-681.
  • (2007) “A Response to Richard Lettierfs “The Ego Revisited”. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24:709-711.
  • (2007) “Thoughts on Ahmed Fayek’s Article ‘the Centrality of the System UCS in the Theory of Psychoanalysis’: Setting the Record Straight.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 24:521-524.
  • (2008) “A Response to “the Relevance of Sigmund Freud for the 21st Century”. Psychoanal. Psychol., 25:375-379.
  • (2010) “A Commentary on the Training Analysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:937-953.
  • (2011) “The Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Frequency of Sessions: The Root of the Controversy.” Psychoanalytic Review, 98: 1-10.
  • (2012) “On the Concept of Resistance: Analysis and Reformulation. Psychoanal. Rev., 99:421-435.

Freudenberger, H.J.

  • (1969) ________ & Overby, A. “Patients from an Emotionally Deprived Environment.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56B:299-312.
  • (1969) [Book Review] Psychotic Conflict and Reality by Edith Jacobson. Psychoanal. Rev., 56B:349.
  • (1971-72) [Book Review] Why Men Rebel by Ted Robert Gurr. Psychoanal. Rev., 58:641-642.
  • (1972) [Book Review] Love and Will by Rollo May. Psychoanal. Rev., 59:156-157.
  • (1972) “The Therapeutic Community in Private Practice.” Psychoanal. Rev., 59:375-388.
  • (1973) “A Patient in Need of Mothering.” Psychoanal. Rev., 60:7-14.
  • (1973) [Book Review] Drugs and Youth: Medical, Psychiatric. and Legal Facts by Robert Coles, Joseph Brenner, and Dermot Meagher. Psychoanal. Rev., 60:301-302.
  • (1973) [Book Review] Psychedelics: The Uses and Implications of Hallucinogenic Drugs. Edited by Bernard Aaronson and Humphry Osmond. Psychoanal. Rev., 60:302-304.
  • (1974) [Book Review] Clinical Practice in Community Mental Health Centers by H. S. Whitlington.. Psychoanal. Rev., 61:313.
  • (1974) [Book Review] The Community Mental Health Center. Edited by Allen Beigel and Alan I. Levenson . sychoanal. Rev., 61:311-313.
  • (1979) ________ & Robbins, A. “The Hazards of Being a Psychoanalyst.” Psychoanal. Rev., 66:275-296.
  • (1982-83) [Book Review] Juvenile Delinquents—Psychodynamic Assessment and Hospital Treatment by Richard C. Marohn, Diane Dalle-Molle, Elaine McCarter, & Doris Linn. Psychoanal. Rev., 69:576-577.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Classic Contributions in the Addictions. Edited by Howard Shaffer and Milton Earl Burglass. Psychoanal. Rev., 71:669-670.

Fried, Edrita

  • (1954) “Self-Induced Failure, a Mechanism of Defense.” Psychoanal. Rev., 41:330-339.
  • (1974) [Book Review] The Will to be Human by Sylvano Arieti. Psychoanal. Rev., 61:305-306.

Gargiulo, Gerald

  • (1965) [Book Review] Contraception and the Natural Law by G. Grisez. Perspectives. Vol. X, No 3.
  • (1970) [Book Review] Loves Body by N.O. Brown. The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 57, No. 1. 158-160.
  • (1970) [Book Review] Witness to Love. Perspectives. Vol. X, No. 3. 1-3.
  • (1970) [Book Review] Ricoeur’s Freud. Cross Currents. Vol. XX, No. 3. 347-351.
  • (1970) “The Eight stages of Man to Freedom.” The Lamp, 31ff.
  • (1971) “A Modern Dialogue with Freud” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 58, No. 2. 295-301.
  • (1971) [Book Review] P. Homan’s “Theology after Freud.” American Imago. Vol. 28, No. 1, 99-103.
  • (1971) “Theoretical Models and the Psychoanalytic Understanding of Symbols.” Cross Currents. 155-163.
  • (1972) [[Book Review] E. Van Den Haag’s The Jewish Mystique. Group Process. Vol. 4, No. 2. 97-99.
  • (1972) [Book Review] of R. Fine’s “The Healing of the Mind.” Group Process. Vol. 4, No. 2. 104-106.
  • (1972-3) [Book Review] E. Fried’s “Active/Passive: the Crucial Psychological Dimension.” Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 59, No. 4. 648-650.
  • (1974) [Book Review] F. Weinstein and G. Platt’s “Psychoanalytic Sociology: an Essay on the Interpretation of Historical Data and the Phenomena of Collective Behavior.” History of Childhood Quarterly. Vol. 1, No. 4. 697-700.
  • (1974) [Review:], The Children of Oedipus by L. Santiago History of Childhood Quarterly. Vol. 2, No. 4. 585-586. 1-2 (February).
  • (1979) [Book Review] H. Brown’s Familiar Faces/Hidden Lives. The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 66, No. 1. 143-145.
  • (1983) “Discussion of ‘Demythologizing Psychoanalytic Explanations’ by G. Ahlskog.” Dynamic Psychotherapy. Vol. 1, No. 1. 17-19.
  • (1983) “One Profession or Many?” [presidential editorial].
  • CPP – Council News. New York: Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists.1-2 (March).
  • (1984) “Anna O.: An English Object Relations Approach.” In Anna O.: Fourteen Contemporary Reinterpretations. M. Rosenbaum and M. Muroff, eds. New York: The Free Press. 149-160.
  • (1986) “Analysis Is The Key to ‘Peggy Sue Got Married’” Greenwich Time – Health Section. (December 26)
  • (1987) “Superman Heroes and the North American Ego Ideal.” Issues in Ego Psychology. Vol. 10, No. 2.
  • (1987) “Caring for Oneself, Caring for the World.” Greenwich Time – Health Section. (February 3) 38. “Lesson on Parenting from a Children’s Book.” Greenwich Time – Health Section. (May 5, 1987)
  • (1989) “Authority, the Self, and Psychoanalytic Experience.” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 76, No. 2. 149-161.
  • (1991) “Reflections, Musings, and Interventions: a Personal Communication on Psychoanalytic Work.” In Psychoanalysis Today. E. Thorne and S. Schaye, eds.. 155-166.
  • (1991) [Book Review] B. States’s The Rhetoric of Dreams. Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 2. 411-414.
  • (1992) “Sublimation: Winnicottian Reflections.” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 79, No. 3. 327-340.
  • (1992) [Book Review] S. Grolnick’s The Work and Play of Winnicott, Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 3. 49-57.
  • (1992) [Book Review] The Problem of Lloss and Mourning by D. Dietrich and P. Shabad, Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 3, 116-120.
  • (1993) “The Question of Lay Analysis – Sixty-six Years Later” The IFPE Newsletter. Vol. 11, No. 1. 4-5.
  • (1994) [Book Review] A. Bond’s On Becoming A Grandparent. The East Hampton Independent.
  • (1994) [Book Review] P. Giovacchini’s Tactic and Techniques in Psychoanalytic Therapy – Vol. III, Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 5. 214-218.
  • (1995) [Book Review] W. Kistler’s Poems of the Known World. The East Hampton Independent. (November 22)
  • (1995) [Book Review] E. Person’s Looking for a Field to Land. The East Hampton Independent.
  • (1995) [Book Review] Borderline Patients, the Psychosomatic Focus, and the Therapeutic Process.” Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 6. 404-407.
  • (1995) [Book Review] C. Spezzano’s Affects in Psychoanalysis. The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol 82, #3.
  • (1995) [Book Review] S. Goldbart and D. Wallin’s Mapping the Terrain of the Heart. Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 6, No. 4. 676-678.
  • (1995) [Book Review] W. Sheed’s In Love with Daylight. The East Hampton Independent. June 7.
  • (1995) [Book Review] D. Galef’s Flesh. The East Hampton Independent. (September 13)
  • (1996) “Non-Compliance in WINNICOTT’S WORDS,” Psychoanalytic Books. Vol. 7, No. 3. 403-405
  • (1996) [Book Review] E. Person’s By Force of Fantasy. The East Hampton Independent.
  • (1996) “Finding an Ear: Reflections on an Analytic Journey.” In Teaching Transference. M. Stanton & D. Reason, eds. London: Rebus Press. 79-89
  • (1996) [Book Review] M. Stanton’s “Sandor Ferenczi.” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 83, No. 5. 797-798.
  • (1996) [Book Review] D. Shapiro’s Picturing the Wreck. The East Hampton Independent. July 10.
  • (1997) “Inner Mind/Outer Mind and the Quest for the ‘I’.” In Soul on the Couch. C. Spezzano and G. Gargiulo, eds. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. 1-9.
  • (1998) “Meaning and Metaphor in Psychoanalytic Education.” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 85, No. 3. 413-422.
  • (1998) “D.W. Winnicott’s Psychoanalytic Playground.” In Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition. P. Marcus and A. Rosenberg, eds. New York: New York University Press. 140-160
  • (1998) “Remembering a Quiet Place.” In Why I Became a Psychotherapist. J. Reppen, ed. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc. 93-99.
  • (1999) “Language, Love, and Healing: a Psychoanalyst’s Perspective.” Journal of Religion and Health. Vol. 38, No. 4. 341-345.
  • (1999) “Response to Dr. Meissner.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Vol. 47, No. 2. 631-633.
  • (1999) [Book Review] The Beast in the Nursery by Adam Phillips. Psychoanalytic Books. vol. 10 # 1, pp 102-105.
  • (2001) [Book Review] Who Is The Dreamer Who Dreams the Dream? By James Grotstein. The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 88, No. 3. 483-488.
  • (2002) [Letter to the editor:] “A Response to Fr. Meissner.” Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Vol 34. # 3. p.462ff.
  • (2002) “The Terrain of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: Reflections on the Symbolic Process and the Use of Medication.” The Journal of the Chicago Open Chapter for the Study of Psychoanalysis. Vol. II, No. 1&2. 2-8.
  • (2002) [Book Review] Impact of Narcissism by Peter Giovacchini. The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 89, No. 4. 577-579.
  • (2002) “National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis-New York.” Dictionnaire International de la Psychoanalyse, Paris. Calmann-Levy Vol. 2, 1085-1086.
  • (2002) “Recollection, Empathy, and Reverie.” In Dimensions of Empathic Therapy. P.R. Breggin, G. Breggin, & F. Bemak, eds. New York: Springer Publishing Co. 137-144.
  • (2003) “Hidden Boundaries/Hidden Spaces.” The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 90, No. 3. 381-392.
  • (2002) “A response to Fr. Meissner.” (letter to the editor) Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Vol 34. # 3. p.462ff.
  • (2004) “Chasing the Wind” (A comment on Strenger’s article). Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol. 21, No. 4. 652-654.
  • (2004) “The Case of the Disappearing Profession.” Guestwords: The East Hampton Star, and Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, Vol. XXVII, #3, 2007. 65 & 69. (July 15,)
  • (2004) “Aloneness in Psychoanalysis and Spirituality.” International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. Vol. 1, No. 1. 36-47.
  • (2005) “Remembering a Forgotten Hero.” The East Hampton Star (May 19, Section B).
  • (2005) “Editorial Introduction – Special Issue: Locating Psychoanalytic Ethics.” International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. Vol. 2, No. 3. 193-196.
  • (2006) Introductory Remarks to “Lost Voices/Found Words” by Erika Duncan. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. Vol. 3. No. 3. (2006), p.255
  • (2006) “Ontology and Metaphor: Reflection on the Unconscious and the “I” in the Therapeutic Setting.” Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol.23. No.3, pp. 461-474.
  • (2006) “Theodor Reik: Memory and Appreciation“. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst. Vol. XXVI No.2 (Spring) pp.67-68.
  • (2006) “Democratic Discourse” The East Hampton Star (May 19, Section B).
  • “Transcending Religion: Reflections on Spirituality and Psychoanalysis.” The Annual of Psychoanalysis & Spirituality and Religion: Psychoanalytic Perspectives.
  • (2007) “Framing the Question: Psychoanalytic Process and Home Offices–an Alternate Approach.” Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol.24,No 4. pp.715-719.
  • (2007) “Reflections on a Profession: What’s in a Name?”, Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol.24,No 3. pp.503-506.
  • (2009) Response to an Ethics Forum column by Andrea Celenza, “Romantic Relationships and Boundaries.” (Summer) Division 39 Newsletter (Vol. XXIX, pp. 23-24).
  • (2010) “Mind, Meaning, and Quantum Physics: Models for Understanding the Dynamic Unconscious”, The Psychoanalytic Review. Vol 97 #1, 2010 pp.91-108.
  • (2010) A brief commentary on Dr. Arnold Richards’ article “Freud’s Jewish Identity”. Published May 6 on the blog International Psychoanalysis.com
  • (2011) Personal Reflections on The Master and his Emissary by Iain McGilchrist, The Psychoanalytic Review, October, Vol 98,#5, pp.746-749.
  • (2011) [Book Review] The Artist’s Mind, by George Hagman, in The Psychoanalytic Review (December), Vol 98, #6, pp.902-905.
  • (2012) “Finding a Way,” The Candidate (American Psychoanalytic Association) Vol. 5., January.
  • (2012) “Thinking About Truth in View of Some Conclusions of Quantum Physics.” Op-Ed for International Psychoanalysis, July.
  • (2012) “Matters of Life and Death,” The Psychoanalytic Review, October. Vol. 99, #5, pp,784-785.

Greenwald, Harold

  • (1961) “Use of Hypnosis to Investigate Resistance.” Psychoanal. Rev., 48C:116-120.
  • (1962) [Book Review] The Psychology of Crime by David Abrahamsen, M.D. Psychoanal. Rev., 49D:139.

Grinberg, Henry

  • (1961) [Co-editor:] News Year, 1960. New York: Facts on File, 1961.
  • (1965) Broadcast lectures. “The Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt” for WNYC-FM’s Spoken Word series (1964) [frequently rebroadcast]. “The Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney,” lecture and reading, WBAI-FM, 1965.
  • (1971) [Editor:] Ultrafiche Library in the Humanities: Series 1 (collection of 700 scholarly reprints in microform). Dayton, Ohio: NCR 1971.
  • (1972) [Editor:] Ultrafiche Library in the Humanities: Series 2. Dayton, Ohio: NCR, 1972.
  • (1973) Co-author, “Ultrafiche Libraries: The Publishers Respond,” Microform Review, Spring 1973.
  • (1975) “Manuscript and Textual Filiation in an Anglo-Burgundian Romance,” Romance Philology, 28 (1975), 521-29.
  • (1978) “Additions to a Middle-English Glossary.” English and American Essays, 1978.
  • (1978) “Anglo-Burgundian’s Proverbs not found in Whiting.” Neopholologische Mitteilungen, Helsinki, 1978.
  • (1978) [Co-author:] “Celebrating Caxton’s 500th: Review Essay,” Journal of Library History, 13 (1978), 310-17.
  • (1986) [Recording:] Readings in Middle English: “General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales,” plus “The Pardoner’s Prologue,” and “The Pardoner’s Tale.” New York: Medieval Sounds, [reviewed in Betsy Bowden, Listener’s Guide to Medieval English: A Discography (New York: Garland, 1988)]
  • (1993) [Book reviews:] In Search of Anti-Semitism by William F. Buckley; If I Am Not For Myself by Ruth R. Wisse; and Chutzpah by Alan M. Dershowitz. American Book Review, Summer, 1993.
  • (1993) “A Further Reader’s Guide to Dante’s Inferno.” Essays on World Humanities. CCNY, No.1, 1993.
  • (1995) “Incremental Repetition in The Odyssey.” Essays on World Humanities, CCNY, No. 2, 1995
  • (1997) [Book Review] Marc A. Weiner’s Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination. Nationalities Papers, 25 (1997), 771-72.
  • (1999) [Book Review] Night Errands: How Poets Use Dreams. Edited by Roderick Townley. American Book Review, Sept-Oct, 1999.
  • (2000) “At School with Harold Pinter, a Memoir,” The Pinter Review. Fall, 2000.
  • (2001) [Book Review] The Silicon Valley Diet by Richard Grayson. American Book Review, March, 2001.
  • (2001) [Book Review] Stella Adler: The Art of Acting. Edited by Howard Kissel, American Book Review, Nov.-Dec., 2001.
  • (2008) [Book Review] Fortune’s Fool: The Man Who Taught Harold Pinter – A Life of Joe Brearley Edited by G. L Watkins. In The Clove’s Lines, London, 2008.
  • (2008) [Book Review] My Brother’s Madness, a Memoir by Paul Pines. American Book Review, Nov.-Dec. 2008.
  • (2012) [Book Review] Fairbairn’s Object Relations Theory in the Clinical Setting by David P. Celani. The Psychoanalytic Review (June 2012), 452-4.

Gruen, Arno

  • (1967) “The Couch? —or the Man?” Psychoanal. Rev., 54A:72-80.
  • (1968) “Autonomy and Identification: The Paradox of their Opposition.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 49:648-655.
  • (1969) “The Oedipal Experience and the Development of the Self.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56B:265-270.
  • (1974-75) “The Discontinuity in the Ontogeny of Self: Possibilities for Integration or Destructiveness.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:557-570.
  • (1991) [Book Review] Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Migration and Exile by Leon Grinberg and Rebecca Grinberg (trans. Nancy Festinger). Psychoanal. Rev., 78:315-317.

Hagman, George

  • (1995) “Bereavement and Neurosis.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 23:635-653.
  • (1995) “Mourning: A Review And Reconsideration.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 76:909-925.
  • (1995) “Death of a Selfobject: Toward a Self Psychology of the Mourning Process.” Progress in Self Psychology, 11:189-205.
  • (1996) “The Role Of The Other In Mourning.” Psychoanal Q., 65:327-352.
  • (1996) “Flight from the Subjectivity of the Other: Pathological Adaptation to Childhood Parent Loss.” Progress in Self Psychology, 12:207-219.
  • (1997) “Mature Selfobject Experience. Progress in Self Psychology, 13:85-107.
  • (2000) “The Creative Process. Progress in Self Psychology, 16:277-297.
  • (2000) “The Analyst’s Relation to the Good. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 28:63-82.
  • (2002) “The Sense of Beauty. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 83:661-674.
  • (2003) “On Ugliness. Psychoanal Q., 72:959-985.
  • (2005) “The Musician and the Creative Process. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 33:97-118.
  • (2005) “Hitler’s Aesthetics: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Art and Fascism. Psychoanal. Rev., 92:963-981.
  • (2006) “Prologue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 26:306-308.
  • (2006) “Preface: In Memory of Carl Rotenberg, M.D.” Psychoanal. Inq., 26:305.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Being a Psychoanalytic Social Worker: Face-To-Face With Children: The Life and Work of Clare Winnicott by Joel Kanter. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 13:85-90.
  • (2006) Being a Psychoanalytic Social Worker: Face-To-Face With Children: The Life and Work of Clare Winnicott by Joel Kanter. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 13:85-90.
  • (2009) “The Creative Analyst: How Art Can Inform Clinical Practice.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 4:40-58.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice. Edited by Frie, R., & Orange, D. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 17:65-71.
  • (2010) _____________ & Press, C.M. “Between Aesthetics, the Coconstruction of Empathy, and the Clinical.” Psychoanal. Inq., 30:207-221.
  • (2013) [Book Review] The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy by Allan N. Schore. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 61:196-205.

Hagood, Louis

  • (2007) “Dreamplay.” Psychoanalytic Review, 94: 474-91.

Hammer, Emanuel

  • (1965) “Style and the Rorschach: Murray Levine, Ph.D. and George Spivack, Ph.D.: Rorschach Index of Repressive Style.” Am. Imago, 22:158-159.
  • (1966) “Interpretations in Treatment: Their Place, Role, Timing, and Art.” Psychoanal. Rev., 53C:139-144.
  • (1966) [Book Review] Modes of Thinking in Young Children: A Study of the Creativity-Intelligence Distinction. by Michael A. Wallach and Nathan Kogan. Psychoanal. Rev., 53B:153-157.
  • (1967) “Creativity and Psychological Health: Origins of Personal Vitality and Creative Freedom. Frank Barron.” Psychoanal. Rev., 54B:186-188.
  • (1968) “Symptoms of Sexual Deviation: Dynamics and Etiology.” Psychoanal. Rev., 55:5-27.
  • (1975-76) [Book Review] The Manipulator: A Psychoanalytic View. Ben Bursten. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1973. ix + 277 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 62:747-748.
  • (1980) [Book Review] The Adolescent Passage: Developmental Issues. Peter Bios. New York: International Universities Press, 1979. 521 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 67:149-152.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Clinical Psychoanalysis (Vol. III). Edited by Shelley Orgel and Bernard D. Fine. Psychoanal. Rev., 71:661-663.
  • (1985) [Book Review] The Search for Oneness by Lloyd H. Silverman, Frank M. Lachmann, and Robert H. Milich. Psychoanal. Rev., 72:678-680.
  • (1992) [Book Review] Work, Love, Play: Self-Repair in the Psychoanalytic Dialogue by Joel Shor. Psychoanal. Rev., 79:463-466.
  • (1995) [Book Review] The Group Therapy Experience: From Theory to Practice by Louis R. Ormont. Psychoanal. Rev., 82:783-787.

Heimowitz, Daniel

  • (2004) [Book Review] The Vitality of Objects: Exploring the Work of Christopher Bollas. Edited by Joseph Scalia. Psychoanal. Rev., 91:861-864.
  • (2008) [Book Review] Like Wind, Like Wave: Fables from the Land of the Repressed by Stefano Bolognini. Translated by Malcolm Garfield. Psychoanal. Rev., 95:689-693.

Horner, Althea

  • (1974) “Early Object Relations and the Concept of Depression.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 1:337-340.
  • (1975) “A Characterological Contraindication for Group Psychotherapy.” J Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 3:301-305.
  • (1975) “Stages and Processes in the Development of Early Object Relations and their Associated Pathologies.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 2:95-105.
  • (1976) “Oscillatory Patterns of Object Relations and the Borderline Patient.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 3:479-482.
  • (1980) “Object Relations, the Self, and the Therapeutic Matrix.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 16:186-202.
  • (1980) “The Roots of Anxiety, Character Structure, and Psychoanalytic Treatment.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 8:565-573.
  • (1982) “Discussion of “Compulsive Personality Disorder”. Am. J. Psychoanal., 42:199-205.
  • (1983) “Will, Transcendence, and Change.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 19:471-481.
  • (1987) “The “Real” Relationship and Analytic Neutrality.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 15:491-501.
  • (1988) “The Constructed Self and Developmental Discontinuity.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 16:235-238.
  • (1988) [Book Review] The Twenty-Minute Hour: A Guide to Brief Psychotherapy for the Physician by Pietro Castelnuovo-Tedesco, M.D. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 16:558-561.
  • (1989) “Pseudoschizoid Development: The Little Boy’s Dilemma.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 17:501-503.
  • (1990) “From Idealization to Ideal—From Attachment to Identification: The Female Analyst and the Female Patient.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 18:223-232.
  • (1992) Comments on “A Fairbairnian Object-Relations Perspective on Self Psychology” by Michael Robbins, M.D.. Am. J. Psychoanal., 52:305-306.
  • (1992) “The Role of the Female Therapist in the Affirmation of Gender in Male Patients.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 20:599-610.
  • (1993) “Occupational Hazards and Characterological Vulnerability: The Problem of “Burnout”. Am. J. Psychoanal., 53:137-142.
  • (1994) “In Search of Ordinariness: The Dissolution of False Pride.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 54:87-93.
  • (1994) “The Intrinsic Self.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 54:359-362.
  • (1994) “The Project.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 54:265-266.
  • (1995) [Book Review] The Freudian Mystique: Freud, Women, and Feminism by Samuel Slipp, J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 23:361-365.
  • (1995) ____________, Rucker, N., Greene, V. “The Myth of the Invulnerable Self of Adolescence.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 55:369-379.
  • (1995) “The Place of the Signifier in Psychoanalytic Object Relations Theory.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 23:71-78.
  • (1995) “Visions of the Self.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 55:279-279.
  • (1996) _______Brookes, C.EVisions of the Self. Am. J. Psychoanal., 56:343-344.
  • (1996) “Voice of the Analyst.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 56:93-97.
  • (1997) “Belief Systems and the Analytic Work.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 57:75-78.
  • (1997) ____________, Eckardt, M.H. “Reflections.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 57:269-273.
  • (1997) “Voice of the Analyst.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 57:359-359.
  • (1999) [Book Review] Karen Horney’s Vision of the Self by Bernard J. Paris. Am. J. Psychoanal., 59:167-169.
  • (1999) ___________ & Paris, B.J. “Visions of the Self: Karen Horney’s Vision of the Self.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 59:157-166.
  • (2001) [Book Review] Momma and the Meaning of Life: Tales of Psychotherapy by Irvin D. Yalom, J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 29:179-181.
  • (2002) “Commentary on “Behind, Beneath, Above, and Beyond: The Historical Unconscious,” by Timothy J. Zeddies. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 30:233-234.
  • (2002) “Frontline: Is There Life After Psychoanalysis? On Retirement From Clinical Practice.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 30:325-328.
  • (2004) Commentary on “Freud’s Wife” by David Galef and Harold Galef. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 32:521-523.
  • (2004) “On Being an Old Woman: A Personal Perspective.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 32:35-39.
  • (2006) “On The Limits Of Psychoanalytic Theory: A Cautionary Perspective.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 34:693-707.
  • (2006) “The Unconscious and The Creative Process.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 34:461-469.
  • (2007) Commentary on “Freud, Darwin, and the Holding Environment” by Richard Brockman. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 35:137-140.
  • (2007) “Discussion of Ross’s “Progression From Oral to Oedipal Themes: A Defense Against the Experience of Object Loss”—An Alternative Paradigm.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 35:279-285.
  • (2008) [Book Review] Aesthetic Experience: Beauty, Creativity, and the Search for the Ideal by George Hagman. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 36:575-577.

Jacobs, Carl

  • (2005) [Book Review] My Life in Theory by Leo Rangell. Edited by Fred Busch. New York: Other Press, 2004, xvii + 363 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 92:791-795.
  • (2011) “Foreshadowing the Present—The Legacies of Theodor Reik:” Editor’s Introduction. Psychoanal. Rev., 98:145-153.
  • (2011) “Psychoanalytic Education in the Twenty-First Century: A Syllabus for all Seasons.” Psychoanal. Rev., 98:687-709.
  • (2011) “Ubiquitous Resistence from a Neuropsychoanalytic Prespective.” Round Robin Division, 39 APA Newsletter
  • [Films:]
  • (1965-7) “I Wish I Was A Rice Krispie, Relaxin’ In My Bowl, Shootin Movies,” 16mm Sound, New York Filmmakers Co-op, Canyon Cinema Co-op.
  • (1968) “Final Assault on Everest,” Super8, Sound, Canyon Cinema Co-op.
  • (1970) “The Ghost of Belle Starr,” 16mm, Sound, Canyon Cinema Co-op.
  • [Recording:]
  • (2008) Bentley’s Saloon, Indnjake Records.
  • (2014) [Poster]  “Affect Regulation, Reflexive Monism and the source of Narcissism in Humans: A contribution to Neuropsychoanalytic Praxis.” 15th Annual International Neuropsychoanalytic Congress, NYC.

Jacobs, Leah Pittell

  • (1993) [Book review] The Lenses of Gender: Transforming the Debate on Sexual Inequality by Sandra Lipsitz Bem, Ph.D., Psychoanalytic Books. New York: Psychoanalytic Books,.
  • (1991) “Preoedipal Determinants of Female Homosexuality”, in The Homosexualities: Reality, Fantasy and the Arts, Socarides and Volkan (eds.), Madison, CT: International Universities Press,.
  • (1989) [Book Review] Psychotherapy and the Paranoid Process by W.W. Meissner, MD. The Psychoanalytic Review.

Kahn, Charlotte

[Articles:]
  • (1974) “Conditions Promoting Creativity in Group Rearing of Children,” The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 29, 231-255 (co-authored).
  • (1978) “Women’s Choice of Dual Role,” In Career and Motherhood, Alan Roland and Barbara Harris (eds.). New York: Human Sciences Press,.
  • (1980) “I Am That I Am: Toward a Psychology of Teenage Jewish Identity,” Religious Education, Vol. 75, No. 3, May-June, 354-363.
  • (1980) “Toward a Psychoanalytic View of Family Systems,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 67, No.1, Spring, 45-68. (co-authored).
  • (1980) “The True Versus the Real: Helping Student Counselors Formulate Problems.” Journal of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Vol. 2, No.3, 19-37.
  • (1981) “Effective Structures for Ethical Choices. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 68, No.1, 105-112.
  • (1983) “Proverbs of Love and Marriage.” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 70No. 3, Fall, 359-37l.
  • (1986) “Cognitive Aspects of Supervision in Individual & Family Therapy. Dynamic Psychotherapy, Vol. 4, pp.159-168.
  • (1988) “One Clinician’s Thoughts About Paradoxical Invariants in Individual and Family Therapy, Dynamic Psychotherapy,” Vol. 6, No. 1, 69-76.
  • (1988) “A Couples-Group Folly.” Dynamic Psychotherapy, Vol.6, No.2, 143-152.
  • (1990) “Beleaguered Youth in a Collapsing Society,” The Journal of Psychohistory, Vol.18, No.1, Summer, 71-94.
  • Group Disjunction. Psychoanalysis /Psychotherapy, 1991, Vol.9, No.2, 151-161
  • (1992) “Information Control and Distortion of Cognition: East Germans Review the Effects of Totalitarianism In Their Lives.” The Journal of Psychohistory, Vol. 19, No.4. Spring. 409-420.
  • (1993) “The Different Ways of Being a German.” The Journal of Psychohistory, Vol. 20, No. 4, Spring, pp. 381-398.
  • (1996) “Evolution of Group Therapy: From Individual in the Group to Group as a Whole to Group as a System.” SCT Journal.
  • (2000) [Book Review] Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition. Paul Marcus and Alan Rosenberg, eds. New York: N.Y. University Press, 1998. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 87:3, June, 467-474.
  • (2006) “Some Determinants of the Multigenerational Transmission Process. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol.93, No.1, February, 71-92.
  • (2006) “Juden in Deutschland, Deutsche Juden oder Jüdische Deutsche? Selbstverständnis und Perspektiven der in Deutschland lebenden Juden”  (Jews in Germany, German Jews or Jewish Germans. Perspectives of Jews Living in Germany and Their Views of Themselves.) In: Zwischen Erinnerung und Neubeginn (Between Memory and New Beginning), Susanne Schönborn, ed. München: Martin Maidenbauer.
  • (2006) “Some Determinants of the Multigenerational Transmission Process.” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol.93, No.1, February, pp. 71-92.
  • (2006) “Juden in Deutschland, deutsche Juden oder jüdische Deutsche? Selbstverständnis und Perspektiven der in Deutschland lebenden Juden.” (Jews in Germany, German Jews or Jewish Germans. Perspectives of Jews living in Germany and their views of themselves.) In: Zwischen Erinnerung und Neubeginn (Between Memory and New Beginning), Susanne Schönborn, ed. München: Martin Maidenbauer.
  • (2008) “Endangered Culture,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 95, No2, April, 325-39.
  • (2009) “The Analyst’s Creativity During The Treatment Process.” Psychoanalytic Review Vol. 96 No. 1, February, 21-34.
  • (2011) “Trauma to the Brain as Seen Through the Lens of Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis” (with M. Edlow, E. Laufer, A. Nunan, A.R Simon,). Issues in Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol. 33, pp. 61-76.
  • (2012) “Aspects of Narcissism or Essential Neurosis of Twins.” Psychoanalytic Review, 99 (3) June 2012, 316-331.
[Book Reviews:]
  • (1979) Psychoanalysis and Family Therapy, Helm Stierlin, N.Y.: Jason Aronson, 1977
  • and Family Therapy: Full Case Studies, Peggy Papp (Ed.). N.Y.: Gardner Press, 1979. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 66, No. 2,.
  • (1984) Gender and Culture: Kibbutz Women Revisited by Melford Spiro, Durham, NC: Duke University, 1979. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 71, No. 2.
  • (1982) Generations of the Holocaust, Martin S. Bergmann & Milton E. Jucovy (eds.). New York: Basic Books,. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 72, No. 4, 1985, 297-299.
  • (1984) Couple Therapy, Frank Bockus. N.Y.: Jason Aronson, 1980; The Family Life Cycle: A Framework for Family Therapy, Elizabeth Carter Monica McGoldrick (Eds.). NY: Gardner; Techniques of Family Therapy, David Freeman. N.Y.: Jason Aronson, 1981 and The Bowen Family Theory and Its Uses, C. Margaret Hall.  N.Y.: Jason Aronson, 1981. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 71, no.4.
  • (1987) Object Relations: A Dynamic Bridge Between Individual and Family Treatment by Samuel Slipp. New York: Jason Aronson, 1984. Psychoanalytic Review Vol. 74, No 3, pp. 427-429.
  • (1989) The Anatomy of Loving by Martin S. Bergmann. New York: Columbia University Press, 1987. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 76, No.2, Summer, 297-299.
  • (1990) The Work of Mara Selvini Palazzoli. Matteo Selvini, Editor.  Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, 1988.  Psychoanalytic Review. Vol. 77, No.2, Summer, 288-293.
  • (1999) “Trudging to Survival and Success,” [Review of] Victor Klemperer, I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years 1933-1941, trans. Martin Chalmers. New York: Random House, 1998. Clio’s Psyche, Vol.6, No.1, September, 83-85.
  • (2000) Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition. Paul Marcus and Alan Rosenberg, eds. New York: N.Y. University Press, 1998. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 87:3, June, 467-474.
  • (2006) Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: A Clinician’s Handbook. Danielle Knafo, Editor. New York: Jason Aronson, 2004. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol.93, No.2, April, 353-360.
  • (2006) Families Count: Effects on Child and Adolescent Development. Edited by Alison Clarke-Stewart and Judy Dunn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Evocative.
  • (2006) What Happened to the Children Who Fled Nazi Persecution. Gerhard Sonnert and Gerald Holton. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006 Psychoanalytic Review Online Supplement, Vol. 95, No 4.
  • (2007) Strategies in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. By David A. Crenshaw. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson, 2006, Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 94, No.5, October, 847-850.
  • (2008) Variations on the Beast by Henry Grinberg. Psychoanalytic Review Vol. 95, No.6. (December).
  • (2009) Hurry Down Sunshine by Michael Greenberg, Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 96, No.4, August.
  • (2010) Children of Divorce: Confused Love Seekers Geraldine K. Piorkowski. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 97, No.1, February, 181-183.
  • The Jewish World of Sigmund Freud. Arnold D. Richards, Editor. North Carolina and London: McFarland & Co., 1010. The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 98, No. 6, December 2011, 893-901.
  • (2013) The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand The Unconscious in Art, Mind, Brain: From Vienna 1900 to the Present. Eric Kandel. Psychoanalytic Review, 100(3), June 2013.

Kaplan, Judy Ann

  • (1993) “Finding One’s Own Voice: Development of a Psychoanalytic Identity.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 80(1).
  • (2000) Introduction (Re: The Impact of Culture on Treatment.) Clinical Social Work Journal, 28(4).
  • (2000) “Commentary on the Adult Case.” (“The Case of Amelia.”) Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 1 (3), 107-111. [Monograph: The Evolution and Dissolution of the Self.]
  • (2003) Lauro, L., Bass, A., Goldsmith, L., ___________, Katz, G., & Schaye, S.H. “Psychoanalytic Supervision of the Difficult Patient.” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 72(2).
  • (2004) “The ‘Good Enough’ Fit: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis as Culturally Sensitive Practice.” Clinical Social Work Journal, 32(1).
  • (2007) “Freud’s Legacy: Never-Ending Questions.” In J. Merlino, M. Jacobs, __________, & K. L. Moritz, (Eds.), Freud at 150: 21st Century Essays on a Man of Genius. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
  • (2014) “Martin S. Bergmann’s legacy: A tribute.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 101(2).

Katz, Montana

  • (2000) “The Electra Complex and the Development of Female Personal Identity.” Free Associations, 8B:49-73.
  • (2001) “The Implications of Revising Freud’s Empiricism for Drive Theory.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 24:253-272.
  • (2002) “Demarcating the Internal from the External: Where to Draw the Line and For Whom.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 25:85-111.
  • (2003) “The Radical Nature of Male Identity Development.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 26:413-423.
  • (2004) “Fantasy and Transference.” Free Associations, 11:226-241.
  • (2005) Barnett, A.J. & ____________ “Prologue.” ., 25:409-417. (2005) (2005) (2005) Barnett, A.J. & ___________ “Epilogue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 25:576.
  • (2008) [Book Review] The Future of Psychoanalysis by R. Chessick. The Psychoanalytic Review, 95: 160-4.
  • (2009) Barnett, A.J. & ____________. “Prologue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 29:1-5.
  • (2009) Barnett, A.J. & ____________. “Epilogue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 29:97.
  • (2010) “Holistic Framework for Psychoanalysis”. The Psychoanalytic Review, 97: pp. 107-135.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Constructing A Mind: A New Basis for Psychyoanalytic Theory by Antonio Imbasciati. The Psychoanalytic Review , 97: 891-5..
  • (2010) [Book Review] The Work of Confluence by Madeleine and Willy Baranger. Psychoanalytic Quarterly,79: 1144-50.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Forms of Knowledge by Anna Arango. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 79: 288-294.
  • (2010) [Book Review] The Analytic Field by Antonio Ferro. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly.
  • (2012) [Book reviews:] Beyond Postmodernism: New Dimensions in Clinical Theory and Practice. Edited by Roger Frie and Donna Orange. The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field by Giuseppe Civitarese; translated by Philip Slotkin. Psychoanal Q., 81:190-197.
  • (2012) Field Theory. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 93:743-744.
  • (2013) “Epilogue: Fields and Metaphoric Processes.” Psychoanal. Inq., 33:307.
  • (2013) “General Psychoanalytic Field Theory: Its Structure and Applications to Psychoanalytic Perspectives.” Psychoanal. Inq., 33:277-292.
  • (2013) “Prologue: Fields and Metaphoric Processes,” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 33: 183-5.

Keilhofer, Isolde

  • (2014) “Freud’s “On Transience” and the Eternal Wounds of War,” Other/Wise Uncut: The Online Journal of IFPE, vol. 2, Fall 2014.

Kuppersmith, Debra

  • (2013) “The Many Masks of Empathy,” Clio’s Psyche, Volume 20, Number 1, June.

Kupersmidt, Jane

  • (1997) [Book Review] The Psychoanalytic Vocation: Rank, Winnicott and The Legacyl Of Freud. By Peter L. Rudnytsky. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991, 220 pp.Transitional Objects and Potential Spaces; Literary Uses of D. W. Winnicott. Peter L. Rudnytsky, ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993, 315 pp. Psychoanal. Rev., 84:469-47.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Review in Retrospect: Listening with the Third Ear: The Inner Experience of a Psychoanalyst. By Theodor Reik (1948). New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1983, xiv + 514 pp., $34.00.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 54:1045-1051. […]

Lachmann, Frank M.

  • (1975) Stolorow, R.D., _________ “Early Object Loss and Denial Developmental Considerations.” Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 44:596-611.
  • (1976) “Idealization and Grandiosity: Developmental Considerations and Treatment Implications.” Psychoanal Q., 45:565-587.
  • (1978) ____________ & Stolorow, R.D., “The Developmental Prestages of Defenses: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications.” Psychoanalytic Q., 47:73-102.
  • (1980) ____________ & Stolorow, R.D. “The Developmental Significance of Affective States: Implications for Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Annual of Psychoanalysis, 8:215-229.
  • (1981) ____________ & Stolorow, R.D. “Two Psychoanalyses or One?” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:307-319.
  • (1981-82). “On the Psychoanalysis of Developmental Arrest.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:594-594.
  • (1982) “Narcissism and Female Gender Identity: A Reformulation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:43-61.
  • (1984) Stolorow, R.D. & __________. “Transference: The Future of an Illusion.” Ann. Psychoanal., 12:19-37.
  • (1985) Discussion of “New Directions in Psychoanalysis” by Michael Franz Basch. Psychoanal. Psychol., 2:15-19.
  • (1985) “On Transience and the Sense of Temporal Continuity.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 21:193-200.
  • (1985) Silverman, L.H & ____________. “The Therapeutic Properties of Unconscious Oneness Fantasies—Evidence and Treatment Implications.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 21:91-114.
  • (1986) “Interpretation of Psychic Conflict and Adversarial Relationships: A Self-Psychological Perspective.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 3:341-355.
  • (1988) Beebe, B. & _____________ . “Mother—Infant Mutual Influence and Precursors of Psychic Structure.” In Progress in Self Psychology, 3:3-25.
  • (1988) “On Ambition and Hubris: A Case Study.” In Progress in Self Psychology, 3:195-209.
  • (1988) Beebe, B. & _________. “The Contribution of Mother–Infant Mutual Influence to the Origins of Self- and Object Representations.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 5:305-337.
  • (1989) Discussion. Contemp. Psychoanal., 25:276-284.
  • (1989) ________ & Beebe, B. “Oneness Fantasies Revisited.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 6:137-149.
  • (1990) “On Some Challenges to Clinical Theory in the Treatment of Character Pathology.” In Progress in Self Psychology, 6:59-67.
  • (1991) “Three Self Psychologies or One?” In Progress in Self Psychology, 7:167-174.
  • (1992) ______________, Lachmann, A. “Mary Tyrone’s Long Day’s Journey into Night.” Ann. Psychoanal., 20:235-244.
  • (1992) _____________ & Beebe, B. “Representational and Selfobject Transferences: A Developmental Perspective.” In Progress in Self Psychology, 8:3-15.
  • (1992) ______________ & Lichtenberg, J. “Model Scenes: Implications for Psychoanalytic Treatment.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 40:117-137.
  • (1992) “The Importance of Gender in the Psychoanalytic Relation” (Discussion). Int. Forum Psychoanal., 1:32-36.
  • (1993) “A Self-Psychological Perspective on Shabad’s ‘Resentment, Indignation, Entitlement’.” Psychoanal. Dial., 3:509-514.
  • (1993) ____________ & Beebe, B. “Interpretation in a Developmental Perspective.” Progress in Self Psychology, 9:45-52.
  • (1994) “From Narcissism to Self Pathology: New Pathology or New Perspective on Pathology?” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 3:157-163.
  • (1994) “How Can I Eroticize Thee? Let Me Count the Ways.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 14:604-621.
  • (1994) Beebe, B., & _____________. “Representation and Internalization in Infancy: Three Principles of Salience.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 11:127-165.
  • (1995) Lachmann, A. & _____________ . “The Personification of Evil: Motivations and Fantasies of the Serial Killer.” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 4:17-23.
  • (1995) Kiersky & _______ “Why Can’t a Woman Be a Man … in the Transference?” Progress in Self Psychology, 11:99-108.
  • (1995) ___________ & Beebe, B.  “Self Psychology: Later, The Same Day Response to Editors’ Follow-Up Questions.” Psychoanal. Dial., 5:415-419.
  • (1995) ________ & Beebe, B. “Self Psychology Today.” Psychoanal. Dial., 5:375-(1995). 384.
  • (1996) ______ & Lachmann, A. “Ibsen: Criticism, Creativity, and Self-State Transformations.” Ann. Psychoanal., 24:187-204.
  • (1996) ______ & Beebe, B. “The Contribution of Self- and Mutual Regulation to Therapeutic Action: A Case Illustration.” Progress in Self Psychology, 12:123-1
  • (1996) “How Many Selves Make a Person?” Contemp. Psychoanal., 32:595-614.
  • (1996) ______& Beebe, B.A. “Three Principles of Salience in the Organization of the Patient—Analyst Interaction.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 13:1-22.
  • (1996) “Yes, One Self Is Enough!” Contemp. Psychoanal., 32:627-630.
  • (1997) Lachmann, A. & _______. “The Evil Self of the Serial Killer.” Progress in Self Psychology, 13:327-340.
  • (1997) Beebe, B., ______, Jaffe, J. “A Transformational Model of Presymbolic Representations: Reply to Commentaries.” Psychoanal. Dial., 7:215-224.
  • (1997) Beebe, B., _______, Jaffe, J., “Mother-Infant Interaction Structures and Presymbolic Self- and Object Representations.” Psychoanal. Dial., 7:133-182.
  • (1997) ________ & Beebe, B. “Trauma, Interpretation, and Self-State Transformations.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 20:269-291.
  • (1998) Lachmann, A. &______________. “Ebb Tide and Undertow: Discussion of Following Sybil.” Psychoanal. Rev., 85:837-840.
  • (1998) Beebe, B. & ________________. “Co-Constructing Inner and Relational Processes: Self- and Mutual Regulation in Infant Research and Adult Treatment.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 15:480-516.
  • (2001) “A Farewell to Countertransference.” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 10:242-246.
  • (2001) “Chapter 14 Words and Music.” Progress in Self Psychology, 17:167-178.
  • (2001) “Dialectics Forever: Reply to Commentaries.” Psychoanal. Dial., 11:213-219.
  • (2001) “How Analyst and Patient Transcend Theory.” Psychoanal. Inq., 21:513-518.
  • (2001) “Some Contributions of Empirical Infant Research to Adult Psychoanalysis: What Have We Learned? How Can We Apply It?” Psychoanal. Dial., 11:167-185.
  • (2003) “Humour and Spontaneity in the Therapeutic Process.” Canadian J. Psychoanal., 11:287-312.
  • (2003) “Humour et Spontanéité dans le Processus Thérapeutique.” Canadian J. Psychoanal., 11:329-358.
  • (2003) “Supervision: The Devil Is in the Details.” Psychoanal. Dial., 13:341-353.
  • (2003) Beebe, B.& ____________. “The Relational Turn in Psychoanalysis: A Dyadic Systems View from Infant Research.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 39:379-409.
  • (2004) “Beyond the Mainstreams.” Psychoanal. Inq., 24:576-592.
  • (2004) “Identity and Self: Historical Antecedents and Developmental Precursors.” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 13:246-253.
  • (2005) “Creativity, Perversion and the Violations of Expectations.” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 14:162-165.
  • (2006) “Violations of Expectations in Creativity and Perversion.” Psychoanal. Inq., 26:362-385.
  • (2007) “How Long a Rope Do You Throw to Someone Who Is Drowning Twenty Feet off Shore?” Psychoanal. Inq., 27:24-33.
  • (2008) Topel, E. &. ___________. “Nonverbal Dialogues: Orienting and Looking Behaviors Between Aggressive and Violent Children and Adolescents and Their Therapist.” J.  Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 6:285-307.
  • (2008) Topel, E. & ____________. “Life Begins on an Ant Farm for Two Patients with Asperger’s Syndrome.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 25:602-617.
  • (2008) “The Process of Transforming.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 3:1-15.
  • (2009) “Dear Marian.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 4S:138-139.
  • (2010) “Going Home.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:144-159.
  • (2010) “The Frozen Self Thaws: Discussion of Hazel Ipp’s Treatment of Nell.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:393-399.
  • (2012) Topel, E. & __________. “Connecting With Two Asperger’s Syndrome Patients—With the Help of Some Ants.” Psychoanal. Inq., 31:303-319.
  • (2012) Beebe, B., ____________, Markese, S., Buck, K.A., Bahrick, L.E., Chen, H., Cohen, P., Andrews, H., Feldstein, S., Jaffe, J. “On the Origins of Disorganized Attachment and Internal Working Models: Paper II. An Empirical Microanalysis of 4-Month Mother–Infant Interaction.” Psychoanal. Dial., 22:352-374.

Laufer, Edith

  • (1991) “The Struggle Between Living and Dying: The Analytic Treatment of a Ninety-year-old Woman. Psychoanalytic Review, 87: 699-715.

Lindner, Robert

  • (1945) “Hypnoanalysis in a Case of Hysterical Somnambulism.” Psychoanal. Rev., 32:325-339.
  • (1948) “The Equivalents of Matricide.” Psychoanal Q., 17:453-470.

Levy, Edwin I.

  • (1984) [Book Review] Resistances and Interventions: the Nature of Therapeutic Work by Robert Langs. Psychoanalytic Review, 71:501-505.

Marcus, Paul

  • (1985) _________ & Wineman, I. “Psychoanalysis Encountering the Holocaust.” Psychoanal. Inq., 5:85-98.
  • (1986) Kabatznick, R. & ___________ “Psychoanalysis and Social Psychology.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 14:115-123.
  • (1992) [Book review] Doctor 117641: A Holocaust Memoir by Louis J. Micheels. Trauma and Rebirth: Intergenerational Effects of The Holocaust by John J. Sigal and Morton Weinfeld. Psychoanal. Rev., 79:611-617.
  • (1992) ______ & Rosenberg, “A. Healing their Wounds.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 19:503-503.
  • (1994) ______ & Rosenberg, A.  Introduction. Psychoanal. Rev., 81:371-378.
  • (1994) “Reevaluating Bruno Bettelheim’s Work on The Nazi Concentration Camps: The Limits Of His Psychoanalytic Approach.” Psychoanal. Rev., 81:537-563.
  • (1995) “Disney’s Great Escape.” Psychoanal. Rev., 82:940-943.
  • (1995) “The Lion King.” Psychoanal. Rev., 82:159-161.
  • (1995) ___________ & Rosenberg, A. “The Value of Religion in Sustaining the Self in Extreme Situations.” Psychoanal. Rev., 82:81-105.
  • (1996) “Apollo 13.” Psychoanal. Rev., 83:125-128.
  • (1996) Helmreich, J & _____________. “Heat.” Psychoanal. Rev., 83:443-447.
  • (1999) [Book Review] What Evil Means to Us by C. Fred Alford. Psychoanal. Rev., 86:471-474.
  • (2000) “The Wisdom of Ecclesiastes and its Meaning for Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 87:227-250.
  • (2005) [Book Review] Resurgence of Jewish Life in Germany by Charlotte Kahn. Psychoanal. Rev., 92:795-797.
  • (2006) “Religion Without Promises: The Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas and Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:923-951.
  • (2007) [Book Review] Into the Mountain Stream: Psychotherapy and Buddhist Experience. Edited by Paul C. Cooper. Psychoanal. Rev., 94:850-852.
  • (2007) “I’m Just Wild about Harry!: A Psychoanalyst Reflects on His Relationship with His Dog.” Psychoanal. Rev., 94:639-656.
  • (2007) “You are, Therefore I am”: Emmanuel Levinas and Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Rev., 94:515-527.
  • (2008) “Victory Through Vegetables: Self-Mastery Through a Vegetarian Way of Life. Psychoanal. Rev., 95:61-77.
  • (2010) ________ & Marcus, G. “Psychoanalysis as Theater: The Practical Application of Acting Theory to Psychotherapy and Real Life.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:757-787.

Margolin, Alida

  • (2000) “Sexual Temptation and the Pastoral Counselor.”
  • (2000) Chapter 6 in The Guide to Pastoral Counseling and Care. Edited by Gary Ahlskog and Harry Sands, Psychosocial Press (an imprint of International Universities Press).

Mattes, Jane

  • (1981) _________& Robbins, A. “I Creative Interventions in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy,” Psychoanalytic Review, 68:386-394.

McWilliams, Nancy

  • (1974) “Contemporary Feminism, Consciousness-raising, and Changing Views of the Political.”  In J. Jaquette (Ed.), Women in Politics.  New York: Wiley.
  • (1977) “Personality Theory at Middle Age: Generativity vs. Stagnation.”  Contemporary Psychology, 22, 25-28.
  • (1979) “Treatment of the Young Borderline Patient:  Fostering Individuation
  • Against the Odds”. Psychoanalytic Review, 66, 339-357.
  • (1983) Atwood, G. E., ____________, & Carroll, S.  “Inventors of New Selves.”  American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43, 245-259.
  • (1980 “Pregnancy in the Analyst.” American Journal of  Psychoanalysis, 40, 367-369.
  • (1984) “The Psychology of the Altruist.” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1: 193-213.
  • (1985) “Contributions to Academic American Encyclopedia edition on Horney, Fromm, Sullivan, Reich, and others”. (including recent CD-ROM versions), Grolier & Co., Danbury, CT.
  • (1986) “Patients for Life: The Case for Devotion.”  The Psychotherapy Patient, 3, 55-69. Also in J. Travers (Ed.), Psychotherapy and the interminable patient (pp. 55-69).  New York: Haworth Press.
  • (1987) _________ & Stein, J. “Women’s Groups Run by Women: The Management of Devaluing Transferences.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 37, 139-153.
  • (1987) “The Grandiose Self and the Interminable Analysis.” Current Issues in Psychoanalytic Practice, 4, 93-107.
  • (1990) ___________ & Lependorf, S. “Narcissistic Pathology of Everyday Life: The Denial of Remorse and Gratitude.” Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 26, 430-451.
  • (1991) “Mothering and Fathering Processes in the Psychoanalytic Art.” Psychoanalytic Review, 78, 525-545.
  • (1992) “The Worst of Both Worlds: Dilemmas of Contemporary Young Women.” In B. Wainrib (Ed.), Gender Issues Across the Life Cycle (pp. 27-36).  New York: Springer.
  • (1993) “Sexual Intimacy and the Therapist’s Educative Role.”  New Jersey Psychologist, 43(1), 17-19.
  • (1994) “Ongoing Therapy with a Dissociative Patient.”  New Jersey Psychologist, 44(2), 13-
  • (1994) “Working Sensitively with Students in the Borderline Range.”  Current Issues in Counseling and Psychotherapy, December, 1-7.
  • (1996) “Some Reflections of a Heterosexual Female Therapist on Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients.”  Gender and Psychoanalysis, 1,  203-221.
  • (1998) “Relationship, Subjectivity, and Inference in Diagnosis.”  In J.
  • W. Barron (Ed.), Making Diagnosis Meaningful: Enhancing Evaluation and Treatment of Psychological Disorders (pp. 197-226). Washington, DC: American Psychological Assn. Press.
  • (2000 “On Teaching Psychoanalysis in Anti-analytic Times: A Polemic.” American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 60, 371-390.
  • (2002) Foreword (pp. ix-xii) to P. Casement, Learning from Our Mistakes.  New York: Guilford.
  • (2003) “The Educative Aspects of Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 20, 245-260.
  • (2003) Messer, S. B., & ___________ “The Impact of Sigmund Freud and The Interpretation of Dreams.” In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), The Anatomy of Umpact: What Makes the Great Works of Psychology Great? (pp. 71-88). Washington, DC: APA Press.
  • (2003) ________ & Weinberger, J., “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.” In G. Stricker & T. A. Widiger, Comprehensive Handbook of Psychology, Vol. 8: Clinical Psychology (pp.253-277).  New York: Wiley.
  • 2004) “Some Observations about Supervision/Consultation Groups.” New Jersey Psychologist, Winter, 16-18.
  • (2004) Foreword to M. Charles, Learning from Experience: A Guidebook for Clinicians. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
  • (2005) “Preserving Our Humanity As Therapists.” Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice & Training, 42, 139-151, and Response to Norcross. Same issue, 156-159.
  • (2006) “The Woman Who Hurt too Much to Talk.” Fort Da,12,9-25.
  • (2006) “Some Thoughts about Schizoid Dynamics. Psychoanalytic Review, 93, 1-24.
  • (2006) “Depressive and Masochistic Personality Organization.” Issues in Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27, 95-117.
  • (In press) Messer, S., & _______ “Insight in Psychodynamic Therapy.”  In L. Castonguay & C. Hill (Eds.), Insight in psychotherapy.  New York: Springer.

Menaker, Esther

  • (1942) “The Masochistic Factor in the Psychoanalytic Situation.” Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 11: 171-186.
  • (1953) “Masochism—A Defense Reaction of the Ego.” Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 22: 205-220
  • (1956) “A Note on Some Biologic Parallels Between Certain Innate Animal Behavior and Moral Masochism.” Psychoanalytic Review, 43:31-41.
  • (1960) “The Self-Image as Defense and Resistance.” Psychoanal Q., 29:72-81.
  • (1969/1970) “Discussion.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56D:543-551.
  • (1973) “The Social Matrix: Mother and Child.” Psychoanal. Rev., 60:45-58.
  • (1978) “Kohut’s Restoration of the Self: A Symposium.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:620-622.
  • (1978) “The Effects of Counteridentification.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:381-389.
  • (1981) “Otto Rank’s Contribution to Psychoanalytic Communication.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 17:552-564.
  • (1981) “Self-Psychology Illustrated on the Issue of Moral Masochism: Clinical Implications.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 41:297-305.
  • (1982) “Female Identity in Psychosocial Perspective.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:75-83.
  • (1983) “Self, will and Empathy.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 19:460-470.
  • (1984) “On Being Seventy-Five.” Psychoanal. Rev., 71:1-6.
  • (1984) “The Ethical and the Empathic in the Thinking of Otto Rank.” Am. Imago, 41:343-351.
  • (1985) “The Concept of Will in the Thinking of Otto Rank and its Consequences for Clinical Practice.” Psychoanal. Rev., 72:255-264.
  • (1986) “His Own Man.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 22:306-309.
  • (1986) “Some Observations Regarding Men’s Contemporary Views on Women.” Psychoanal. Rev., 73D:210-213.
  • (1987) “Otto Rank and the New Story of Science.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:549-560.
  • (1987) [Book Review] The Nature of Choice by Anita J. Faatz. Psychoanal. Rev., 74:146-149.
  • (1988) “Early Struggles in Lay Psychoanalysis: New York in the Thirties, Forties, and Fifties.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:373-379.
  • (1990) “Discussion: The Feminine Self.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 50:63-65.
  • (1991) “On Anna Freud: A Discussion of Personal Analytic Reactions in the Early Days of Psychoanalysis.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 19:606-611.

Minoff, Lee

  • (1974) [Book Review] Focus on the Horror Film, edited by Roy Huss and T.J. Ross, in Psychoanalytic Review, 61:159-161.
  • (1976-77) [Book Review] “The Movies on Your Mind “ by Harvey R. Greenberg. Psychoanal. Rev., 63:644-645.
  • (1978) [Book Review] Going Crazy: an Inquiry into Madness in our Time by Otto Friedrich. Psychoanal. Rev., 65:501.
  • (1982) [Book Review] Doing Psychotherapy by Michael Basch, in Psychoanalytic Review, 69: 307-309.
  • (1992) [Article] “A Case of Rape Real and Imagined.” Psychoanal. Rev., 79:537-553.

Mollinger, Robert

  • (1975) “Adventures in Ideas.: Introduction: On Psychohistory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 62:315-319.
  • (1975) [Book Review] Dimensions of a New Identity: The 1973 Jefferson Lectures in the Humanities by Erik H. Erikson. Psychoanal. Rev., 62:519-520.
  • (1975) [Book Review] Poems in Persons: An Introduction to the Psychoanalysis of Literature by Norman N. Holland. Psychoanal. Rev., 62:183-185.
  • (1976) [Book Review] Hamlet’s Enemy: Madness and Myth in Hamlet by Theodore Lidz. Psychoanal. Rev., 63:484-486.
  • (1976. [Book Review] Metapsychological Literary Criticism—Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Leonard Falk Manheim. Edited by Melvin Goldstein. Psychoanal. Rev., 63:154-156.
  • (1977) [Book Review] Psychology Versus Metapsychology: Psychoanalytic Essays in Memory of George S. Klein. Edited by Merton M. Gill and Philip S. Holzman. Psychological Issues, 9, No. 4, Monograph 36. Psychoanal. Rev., 64:154-155.
  • (1979) “Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oval Portrait: Fusion of Multiple Identities.” Am. Imago, 36:147-153.
  • (1980-81) “Antitheses and the Obsessive-Compulsive.” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:465-477.
  • (1981) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis, Creativity, and Literature: A French-American Inquiry. Edited by Alan Roland. Psychoanal. Rev., 68:289-292.
  • (1982) “Dreams in Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina.” Mod. Psychoanal., 7:59-73.
  • (1982) “Sadomasochism and Developmental Stages.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:379-389.
  • (1984) “Creative Writers on Personality: Octavio Paz and Carlos Fuentes on the Mexican National Character.” Psychoanal. Rev., 71:305-318.

Molofsky, Merle

  • (1971) [Play Production] Koolaid: Two One-Act Plays, director Jack Gelber, Lincoln Center.
  • (1987) [Book Review] “The Talking Cure: Literary Representations of Psychoanalysis”, by Jeffrey Berman, New York University Press, in The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 14, pp. 345-346.
  • (1990) “The Psychoanalytic Situation: A Discussion with Harold Blum and Leo Stone,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 77, pp. 281-284.
  • (1991-2) [Book Review] “In the Realm of the Unreal: Insane” Writings”, ed. John G. H. Oakes with Donald Kennison, Four Walls Eight Windows Press, in American Book Review, Vol. 14, No. 2, June-July, 1992, pp. 16 and 25., Sulzburger and Graham Publishing, in The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1991, pp. 171-173.
  • (2002) “Aloneness with Aesthetic Pleasure: A Developmental Step Reflected in Memory and Dream,” The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 89, No. 2, April, pp. 217-238.
  • (2003) “Obsessive Drawing: I Can’t Stop Thinking About—,” The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 90, No. 5, October, pp. 753-75.
  • (2004) [Book Review] “The Story of a Life”, by Aharon Appelfeld, translated from the Hebrew by Aloma Halter, Schocken Books, in the reviews section of the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education website www.ifpe.org, current.
  • (2005) [Book Review] “A Tale of Love and Darkness”, by Amos Oz, translated from the Hebrew by Nicholas de Lange, Harcourt, in the reviews section of the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education website, www.ifpe.org, current.
  • (2005) Response to Marvin Krims’s ‘Correspondence Between an Elizabethan Woman and her Psychoanalyst: Beatrice on the Couch,’” The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 92, No. 1, February, pp. 103-106.
  • (2004) [Film Review] “The Return,” The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 91, No. 6, December, pp. 853-859.
  • (2005), “Empathy, Identification, and Discovering the Other,” Chapter 10 in Psychotherapy and Religion: Many Paths, One Journey, eds. Marcella Bakur Weiner, Paul C. Cooper, and Claude Barbre, Jason Aronson: Lanham – Boulder – – New York – Toronto – Oxford pp. 267-289.
  • (2006) Three entries, “Incorporation,” “Intellectualization,” and “Training,” in the Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis, Ross. M. Skelton, editor, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
  • (2007) ”Ethics, Ethos, and Dualities: Self and Culture, Talking in Tongues, Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 46, No. 1, March, pp. 51-62.
  • (2008) [Book Review] “The Emotional Storm”, by Michael Eigen, in Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 95, No. 4, August.
  • (2008) [Art Exhibit Review] “Shattering Glass: New Perspectives, and Steinnun Thórarinsdótter: Horizons”, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York (exhibit dates 11/11/07-2/24/08), in the reviews section of the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education website, www.ifpe.org.
  • (2009) “A Meditation on Energy Work and the Chinese Concept of Mind:  Psychoanalytic Applications”, Other/Wise, Volume 2, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2010) “My Mother as my Ego Ideal”, Special Issue, The Psychology of Ego Ideals, Heroes, Mentors, and Role Models, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 16, Number 4, pp. 365-370.
  • (2010) [Book Review] “Embodied by Word-Music”, with input by Gene Alexander, Paul C. Cooper, Karen Morris, and Les Von Losberg, Other/Wise, Volume 4, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2010) [Book Review] “Captured and Enraptured by the Muse: Psychoanalysts Discussing Poetry”, Other/Wise, Volume 3, IFPE. online journal.
  • (2010) [Book Review] “Trauma, Memory, and Guilt: Ari Folmer’s Waltz with Bashir”, Psychoanalytic Review, pp. 1021-1035.
  • (2011) “Grail Green”, Other/Wise, Volume 6, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2011) [Book Review] “The Zen Impulse and the Psychoanalytic Encounter” by Paul C. Cooper, American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Volume 71, Number 3, pp. 296-299.
  • (2012) [Book Review] “Black Community and the Black Psyche”, Book Review of Restoring the Mind of Black America, by Eddie Taylor, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 19, Number 3, pp. 351-355.
  • (2012) [Book Review] “Stories From the Bog: On Madness, Philosophy, and Psychoanalysis” by Patrick Kavanaugh, Other/Wise, Volume 9, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2012) “What’s in a Name: Who is Sigismund Shlomo Freud”, special symposium on Freud’s Jewishness, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 19, Number 2, pp. 217-220.
  • (2012) “Three Street Koans”, Other/Wise, Volume 8, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2012) “Fear, Shame, and Animal Aversion”, special issue on the Psychology of Human-Animal Relationships, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 19, Number 1, pp. 19-23.
  • (2012) “Anxiety of Influence or Influence Easing Anxiety?” Clio’s Psyche, Volume 18, Number 4, pp. 418-420.
  • (2013) “Journey Toward Epiphany”, Other/Wise Uncut, Volume 1, IFPE, online journal.
  • (2013) “Transgressors”, Psychoanalytic Review, Volume 100, Number 2, p. 767.
  • (2013) “The Language of Yes in a World of No:  A Gay Man Rediscovers His Silenced Self”, The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Volume 73, Number 1, pp. 43-61.
  • (2013) “The Many Masks of Empathy”, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 20, Number 1, pp. 13-17.
  • (2013) “We Don’t Need a Weatherman, We Need Poetry”, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 20, Number 3, pp. 310-314.
  • (2013) “The Music of Awakening”,  in Defining Moments for Therapists, eds. Serge Prengel and Lynn Somerstein, Life Sherpa, New York.
  • (2013) [Book Review] “Storying: Black History in Black Culture”, Book Review of The Grey Album:  On the Blackness of Blackness, by Kevin Young, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 19, Number 4, pp. 480-483.
  • (2014) “Teaching Professional Ethics in Psychoanalytic Institutes:  Engaging the Inner Ethicist”, Psychoanalytic Review, Volume 101, Number 2, pp. 197-217.
  • (2014) “Generations:  The Transience and Permanence of what is Transmitted, Shared, and Remembered”, with co-author Joseph Scarpati, Other/Wise Uncut, Volume 2, IFPE, online journal.
  • [Book Review] “Waiting and After”, poems by Pierre Boenig-Scherel.
  • (2014) [Book Review] “Braided Selves: Collected Essays on Multiplicity, God, and Persons” by Pamela Cooper-White, Cascade Books, in The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Volume 74, Number 4, December.
  • (2014) [Book Review] “Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran” by Gohar Homayounpour, American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Volume 74, Number 3, pp. 292-295.

Nelson, Marie Colman

  • (1960) ________ & Schendler, D. “Changing Patterns of Transference and Fetishism: A Cultural Inquiry”.  Psychoanal. Rev., 47C:13-31. (1961) [Book Review] The Couch and The Circle by Hyman Spotnitz. Psychoanal. Rev., 48B:124-126.
  • (1961) [Book Review] The Nonhuman Environment in Normal Development and in Schizophrenia by Harold F. Searles. Psychoanal. Rev., 48C:121-123.
  • (1962) Strean, H. &_________. “Further Clinical Illustration of the Paranormal Triangle Hypothesis” Psychoanal. Rev., 49C:61-73.
  • (1964) “Nandor Fodor: 1895-1964.” Psychoanal. Rev., 51B:155-157.
  • (1964) [Book Review] Freud. A Critical Re-Evaluation of his Theories by Reuben Fine. Psychoanal. Rev., 51B:158.
  • (1964) “Introduction: New Currents.” Psychoanal. Rev., 51C:5-8.
  • (1964-65) Meerloo, J.A. & _______. “Transference and Trial Adaptation”. Psychoanal. Rev., 51D:6.
  • (1969) “Contributions on Parapsychology: Introduction.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56A:3-8.
  • (1969-1970) [Book Review] Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient by Hyman Spotnitz. Psychoanal. Rev., 56D:642-646.
  • (1971) [Book Review] Poetry Therapy. Edited by J. J. Leedy. Psychoanal. Rev., 58:157-158.
  • (1972) [Book Review] PSI and Psychoanalysis: Studies in the Psychoanalysis of Psi-Conditioned Behavior by Jule Eisenbud. Psychoanal. Rev., 59:150-152.
  • (1973) “On the Utility of Spite.” Psychoanal. Rev., 60:91-100.
  • (1973) Herman, D. & _____________ “The Treatment Of Psychosocial Masochism.” Psychoanal. Rev., 60:333-372.
  • (1974-75) [Book Review] Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique, 2nd ed. by Karl A. Menninger and Philip S. Holzman. Psychoanalytic Review, 61:640-642. (1976) “Paths of Power: Psychoanalysis and Sorcery.” Psychoanal. Rev., 63:333-360.
  • (1976) “Comments on Psychoanalytic Research, Old and New.” Mod. Psychoanal., 1:51-58.
  • (1977) “Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D. 1903-1976.” Psychoanalytic Review, 64:3-4.
  • (1980) Fries, M.E., ___________, Woolf, P.J. “Developmental and Etiological Factors in the Treatment of Character Disorders With Archaic Ego Function.” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:337-352.
  • (1981) “The Paradigmatic Approach: A Parallel Development.” Modern Psychoanalysis, 6:9-26.
  • (1981) Beck, M., & __________. “Parallel Worlds.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:243-253.
  • (1981-82) “Look, No Hands! Biographical Aspects Of Dream Formation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:505-512. Foreknowledge: Problems and Perplexities by Jule Eisenbud. 304 pp.. Mod. Psychoanal., 7:232-234.
  • (1985) “Psi and the Return of the Repressed: A Personal Note.” Psychoanal. Rev., 72:635-638.
  • (1985. [Book Review] The Psychic Thread: Paranormal and Transpersonal Aspects of Psychotherapy by Elizabeth E. Mintz, in consultation with Gertrude R. Schmeidler. Psychoanal. Rev., 72:677-678.
  • (1987) “Immunization Factors in Development of the African Personality: Preliminary Observations.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:217-236.
  • (1989) [Book Review] Forty-Two Lives in Treatment: A Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy by Robert S. Wallerstein. Psychoanal. Rev., 76:616-619.
  • (1991) [Book Review] Turning Points in Psychoanalytic Therapy by Gerald Schoenewolf. Psychoanal. Rev., 78:478-480.
  • (1993) [Book Review] Coming Through the Whirlwind: Case Studies in Psychotherapy by Michael Eigen. Psychoanal. Rev., 80:480-483.
  • (2001) “On The (Presumed) Authority Of Interpretations.” Psychoanal. Rev., 88:83-86.

Nydes, Jule

  • (1962) “Creativity and Psychotherapy.” Psychoanalytic Review, 49A: 29-33.
  • (1963) “Schreber, Parricide, and Paranoid-Masochism. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 44: 208-212.
  • (1963) “The Paranoid-Masochistic Character.” Psychoanalytic Review, 50B: 55-91.
  • (1966) “An Interview with Theodor Reik.” Psychoanalytic Review, 53A:142-143.
  • (1966) “Interpretation and the Therapeutic Act.” Psychoanalytic Review, 53C: 145-157.

Oliner, Marion

  • (1978) [Book Review] Le Narcissisme: Theoretical formulations of Bela Grunberger. Psychoanalytic Review, 65: 239-252.
  • (1980) [Book Review] Psychoanalytic Politics: Freud’s French Revolution by Sherry Turkle, 1979. Psychoanalytic Review, 67: 284-285.
  • (1991) [Book Review] New Essays on Narcissism by Bela Grundberg (translated and edited by David Macey). In Psychoanalytic Review, 78: 629-632.
  • (1991) [Book Review] Psychosomatic Symptoms: Psychodynamic Treatment of the Underlying Personality Disorder. Edited by C. Philip Wilson & Ira L. Mintz.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 60: 1240129.
  • (1994) [Book Review] A Woman’s Unconscious Use of Her Body by Dinora Pines. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 75:413-416
  • (1995) [Book Review] Das Raetsel Des Masochismus. (The Riddle Of Masochism.) by Leon Wurmser. Psychoanal Q., 64:571-579.
  • (1996) “External Reality: The Elusive dimension of Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 65: 267-300.
  • (1996) [Book Review] The Cry of Mute Children by Ilany Kogan. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 77:845-846.
  • (1999) [Book Review] L’Enfant et Le Psychoanalyste: La Question De La Technique Dans La Psychanalyse Des Enfants. (The Child and the Psychoanalyst: The Question of Technique in Child Psychoanalysis.) by Antonino Ferro. Translated from Italian by Patrick and Danièle Faugeras. Psychoanal Q., 68:139-140.
  • (2000) “The Unsolved Problem of Trauma,” Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 69: 41-61.
  • (2000) “Brief Communication: Playing Games Versus Being Fooled.” Psychoanal Q., 69:551-552.
  • (2001) “Violence: The French View.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 49:677-682.
  • (2006) ________ & Bohleber, W. “Intersubjectivity, Recognition and the Problem of the Negative.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 87:259-262.
  • (2006) “The Externalizing Function of Memorials.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:883-902.
  • (2007) [Book review] Überleben und Versuche der Wiederbelebung by Hillel Klein. Edited by Christoph Biermann and Carl Nedelmann. Translated by Barbara Strehlow. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 55:341-346.
  • (2008) [Book review] Freud by René Major and Chantal Talagrand. Psychoanal Q., 77:983-989.
  • (2008) [Book review] Michelangelo’s Moses Und Freud’s “Wagstück by Ilse Grubrich-Simitis. Psychoanal Q., 77:648-652.
  • (2010) “Life is Not a Dream: The Importance of Being Real.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 58:1139-1157.
  • (2010) [Book review] Rache: Zur Psychodynamik Einer Unheimlichen Lust und Ihrer Zähmung (Revenge The Psychodynamics of an Eerie Drive and Its Taming) by Tomas Böhm and Suzanne Kaplan. Translated into German from the Swedish by Stefanie Busam Golay. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 58:175-178.
  • (2010) “The Minefield of Emotions.” Psychoanal. Inq., 30:405-415.
  • (2013) “An Essay on Bion’s Beta Function.” Psychoanal. Rev., 100:167-183.

Panken, Shirley

  • (1967) “On Masochism: A Re-Evaluation,” Psychoanalytic Review, 54C: 135-49.
  • (1968-69) [Book Review] Intensive Family Therapy: Theoretical and Practical Aspects. Edited by Ivan Boszorminyi-Nagy and James L. Framo. Psychoanal. Rev., 55:709.
  • (1974-75) “Some Psychodynamics in Sons and Lovers: A New Look at the Oedipal Theme.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:571-589.
  • (1981) “Countertransference Reevaluated.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:23-44.
  • (1983) “Symposium: Virginia Woolf’s Centennial.” Psychoanal. Rev., 70:3.
  • (1983) “Working Through” and the Novel Self.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 50:45-55.
  • (1991) “Incest ‘Rediscovered’,” Psychoanalytic Review, 78: 547-65.
  • (1996) “The Psychoanalytic Relationship: Past and Present,” Psychoanalytic Review, 83: 157-79.

Rappaport, Judith

  • (1994) “Analytic Work Concerning Motherhood.” Psychoanal. Rev., 81:695-716.
  • (1994) “Sibling Suicide: Its Effects on the Wish for a Child and on the Maternal Transference/Countertransference Interaction.” J. Clin. Psychoanal., 3:241-258.

Rawn, Monica

  • (1988) [Book Review] Dr. Balter’s Child Sense by Lawrence Baiter with Anita Shreve. Psychoanal. Rev., 75:481-482.
  • (1990) [Book Review] The Collected Papers by Richard Sterba. Edited and arranged by Herman Daldin. Psychoanal. Rev., 77:301-303.

Rawn, Moss

  • (1966) [Book Review] Fundamentals of Psychotherapy by Glen A. Holland. Psychoanal. Rev., 53A:159-162.
  • (1968) [Book Review] The Technique and Practice of Psychoanalysis, Volume I. Ralph R. Greenson. Psychoanal. Rev., 55:321-322.
  • (1971-72) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis as an Art and a Science by Otto Rank, Hanns Sachs, A. Bron-son Feldman, Benjamin B. Wolman, Harry Slochower, and Ludwig Eidelberg. Psychoanal. Rev., 58:644.
  • (1972) [Book Review] The Logic of Explanation in Psychoanalysis by Robert Sherwood. Psychoanalytic Review, 59: 481-82.
  • (1974) “The Present Utility of Classical Analysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:457-473.
  • (1975) [Book Review] The Technique Of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Volumes I and 2 by Psychoanal. Rev., 62:333-335.
  • (1979) [Book Review] Language and Insight (The Sigmund Freud Memorial Lectures 1975-1976, University College London.) by Roy Schafer. Psychoanal. Rev., 66:456-457.
  • (1979) “Schafer’s ‘Action Language: A Questionable Alternative to Metapsychology.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 60:455-465.
  • (1980) [Book review] The Human Dimension in Psychoanalytic Practice. Edited by Kenneth A. Frank. Psychoanalytic Review, 67:153.
  • (1981-82) “Some Reflections On The Work Of Theodor Reik.” Psychoanalytic Review, 68:477-478.
  • (1984) [Book Review] The Psychotic Personality by Leon J. Saul and Silas L. Warner. Psychoanalytic Review, 71:670-671.
  • (1985) [Book Review] Levels of Schizophrenia by Albert E. Scheflen.. Psychoanal. Rev., 72:354-355.
  • (1987) [Book Review] The Process of Psychoanalytic Therapy by Emanuel Peterfreund. Psychoanal. Rev., 74:415-416
  • (1987) “Transference—Current Concepts and Controversies.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:107-124.
  • (1988) “Classics Revisited: Some Thoughts on Strachey’s ‘The Nature of the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis.’ Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 69:507-519.
  • (1988) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession by Janet Malcolm. Psychoanal. Psychol., 5:81-82.
  • (1990) [Book Review] On Defining Freud’s Discourse by Patrick J. Mahony. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 71:355-357.
  • (1991) “The Working Alliance: Current Concepts and Controversies,” Psychoanalytic Review, 78: 379-89.
  • (1991) “Training Analysis and Training Psychotherapy.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 8:43-57.
  • (1993) “Discussion.” Psychoanal. Rev., 80:211-216.
  • (1997) [Book Review] Danger and Defense: The Technique of Close Process Attention by Marianne Goldberger. Psychoanal. Rev., 84:960-961.

Reed, Gail S.

  • (1982) “Toward a Methodology for Applying Psychoanalysis to Literature.” Psychoanal Q., 51:19-42.
  • (1983) [Book review] The Literary Use of the Psychoanalytic Process by Meredith Anne Skura. Psychoanal Q., 52:469-473.
  • (1983) [Book Review] The Power of Form: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Aesthetic Form by Gilbert J. Rose Psychoanal. Rev., 70:279-280.
  • (1985) “Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalysis Appropriated, Psychoanalysis Applied.” Psychoanal Q., 54:234-269.
  • (1986) [Book review] Freud and Dora. The Artful Dream by Phillip McCaffrey. Psychoanal Q., 55:666-670.
  • (1987) “Rules of Clinical Understanding in Classical Psychoanalysis and in Self Psychology: A Comparison.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 35:421-446.
  • (1987) “Scientific and Polemical Aspects of the Term Transference Neurosis in Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Inq., 7:465-483.
  • (1988) [Book Review] Freud and the Rat Man by Patrick J. Mahony., 1986. Psychoanal Q., 57:238-241.
  • (1990) “A Reconsideration of the Concept of Transference Neurosis.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 71:205-217.
  • (1990) “The Transference Neurosis in Freud’s Writings.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 38:423-450.
  • (1992) [Book Review] The Quadrille of Gender: Casanova’s ‘Memoirs by François Roustang. Translated by Anne C. Vila. Psychoanal Q., 61:101-104.
  • (1993) “Epilogue: Actuality, Illusion, and Clinical Authority.” Psychoanal. Inq., 13:391-398.
  • (1993) “On the Value of Explicit Reconstruction.” Psychoanal Q., 62:52-73.
  • (1993) Levine, H.B & _________. “Prologue: Actuality and Illusion in the Psychoanalytic Encounter.” Psychoanal. Inq., 13:259-263.
  • (1995) “Clinical Truth And Contemporary Relativism: Meaning And Narration In The Psychoanalytic Situation.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 43:713-739.
  • (1997) “The Analyst’s Interpretation As Fetish.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:1153-1181.
  • (1997) “The Analyst’s Privacy and the Patient’s Curiosity.” J. Clin. Psychoanal., 6:517-531.
  • (1997) [Book Review] The Babel Of The Unconscious: Mother Tongue And Foreign Languages In The Psychoanalytic Dimension by J. Amati-Mehler, S. Argentieri, and J. Canestri. Translated by J. Whitelaw-Cucco. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:623-627.
  • (1997) _________ & Baudry, F. “The Logic Of Controversy: Susan Isaacs And Anna Freud On F(Ph)Antasy.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:465-490.
  • (1999) “Analysts Who Submit and Patients Who Comply: Sadomasochistic Transference/Countertransference Interchanges and Their Rationalizations.” Psychoanal. Inq., 19:82-96.
  • (1999) Levine, H.B. & ___________ “Epilogue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 19:114-117.
  • (1999) Levine, H.B. & ___________ “Prologue.” Psychoanal. Inq., 19:1-4.
  • (2001) “Patients’ Motivations and the Analyst’s Experience.” Psychoanal. Inq., 21:556-571.
  • (2001) “Shame/Contempt Interchanges: A Frequent Component of the Analyst-Patient Interaction.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 49:269-275.
  • (2001) “The Disregarded Analyst and the Transgressive Process: Discontinuity, Countertransference, and the Framing of the Negative.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 49:909-931.
  • (2002) [Book Review] The Work of the Negative by André Green. Translated by Andrew Weller. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 50:343-347.
  • (2003) “Spatial Metaphors of the Mind.” Psychoanal Q., 72:97-129.
  • (2004) Levine, H.B. & _______. “Epilogue. ” Psychoanal. Inq., 24:139.
  • (2004) Levine, H.B. & _______. “Prologue”. Psychoanal. Inq, 24:1-6.
  • (2004) Levine, H.B. &________. “The Politics of Exclusion”. Psychoanal. Inq., 24:122-138.
  • (2004) [Book review] Transference: Shibboleth or Albatross? by Joseph Schachter. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 85:539-542.
  • (2005) Baudry, F.D. & __________. “Conflict, Structure, and Absence: André Green on Borderline and Narcissistic Pathology.” Psychoanal Q., 74:121-155.
  • (2005) [Book Review] In the Analyst’s Consulting Room by Antonino Ferro, M.D. Translated by Philip Slotkin. Psychoanal. Q., 74:598-603.
  • (2006) “The Reader’s Lack: Commentary on Wilson.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 54:447-456.
  • (2008) “Turning Heads: A Commentary on ‘A Man Who Was Tied up’.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 89:497-501.
  • (2009) “An Empty Mirror: Reflections on Nonrepresentation.” Psychoanal Q., 78:1-26.
  • (2009) “In the Same Way a Poem Contains the Alphabet: The Significance of Translation in William I. Grossman’s Freud.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 57:37-60.
  • (2012) “L’analista al lavoro Voltare la testa: un commento su ‘Un uomo legato’.” L’Annata Psicoanal. Int., 6:105-109.
  • (2012) [Book Review] Psychoanalytic Readings: Reading French Psychoanalysis. Edited by Dana Birksted-Breen, Sara Flanders, and Alain Gibeault. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 60:1065-1070.

Reik, Theodor

  • (1921) “Mysticism and Occultism.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2:225-226.
  • (1921) “Mythology,” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2:101-105.
  • (1921) “The Science of Religion,” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2:80-83.
  • (1921) “The Unconscious,” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2:73-75.
  • (1924) “Psycho-Analysis of the Unconscious Sense of Guilt.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:439-450.
  • (1924) “Some Remarks on the Study of Resistances.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:141-154.
  • (1929) “The Therapy of the Neuroses and Religion.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 10:292-302.
  • (1930) “Final Phases of Belief Found in Religion and in Obsessional Neurosis—An Introductory Communication.”.0000000000 Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 11:258-291.
  • (1931) “The Meaning of Sacrifice: By R. Money-Kyrle. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 12:370-371.
  • (1933) “New Ways in Psycho-Analytic Technique. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 14:321-334.
  • (1938) [Book Review] Dream Analysis by Ella Freeman Sharpe. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 19:245-249.
  • (1939) “The Characteristics of Masochism.” Am. Imago, 1A:26-59.
  • (1940) “An Unknown Lecture of Freud’s.” Am. Imago, 1B:4-23.
  • (1941) “Aggression from Anxiety.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 22:7-16.
  • (1941) “Neurotic Camouflage and Thought-Rehearsal.” Am. Imago, 2:86-103.
  • (1949) “The Three Women in a Man’s Life.” Am. Imago, 6:245-259.
  • (1951) “Modern Medusa.” Am. Imago, 8:323-328.
  • (1951) “Jessica, My Child!” Am. Imago, 8:3-27.
  • (1959) “New Ways in Psychoanalytic Technique.” Psychoanalytic Review, 46C:51-64.
  • (1963) “A Booth Away from the House.” Psychoanal. Rev., 50B:7-26
  • (1968) “The Psychological Meaning of Silence.” Psychoanal. Rev., 55:172-186
  • (1968) “Theodor Reik Speaks of his Psychoanalytic Technique.” Am. Imago, 25:16-20.
  • (1978) “On the Effect of Unconscious Death Wishes.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:38-67.
  • (1989) “The Characteristics of Masochism.” Am. Imago.” 46:161-195.

Reppen, Joseph

  • (1973) [Book Review] Changing Perspectives in Mental Illness. Edited by Stanley C. Plog and Robert B. Edgerton. Psychoanal. Rev., 60:323-324.
  • (1980) “Symposium George Klein’s Psychoanalytic Theory In Perspective.” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:159-160.
  • (1981) “Symposium: Emanuel Peterfreund on Information and Systems Theory ” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:159-161.
  • (1982) “Merton Gill: An Interview.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:167-190.
  • (1991) [Book review] Freud without Hindsight. Reviews of his Work (1893-1939) by Norman Kiell. Psychoanal Q., 60:305-309.
  • (1991) [Book review] The Ability to Mourn: Disillusionment and the Origins of Psychoanalysis by Peter Homans. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 18:299-301.
  • (1995) [Book Review] Psychoanalysts Talk by Virginia Hunter. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 43:1197-1201.
  • (1996) [Book Review] The Complete Correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939. Edited by R. Andrew Paskauskas. Psychoanal. Rev., 83:285-291.
  • (1997) _____________ & Reppen, F. “Letters to Jacques: Selected Letters of Heinz Kohut to Jacques Palaci.” Psychoanal. Rev., 84:815-841.
  • (1998) “Mass Sexuality/Private Sexuality.” Chaired by Valentin Barenblit, Barcelona. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 79:372-375.
  • (1998) [Book Review] The Correspondence Of Sigmund Freud And Sandor Ferenczi: Volume 2, 1914-1919. Edited by Emst Falzeder and Eva Brabant with Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch; translated by Peter T. Hoffer. Psychoanal. Rev., 85:309-315.
  • (1999) [Book Review] The Inward Eye: Psychoanalysts Reflect on Their Lives and Work by Laurie W. Raymond and Susan Rosbrow-Reich. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 47:1470-1472.
  • (2000) Canestri, J., & ____________. “Development of Affect in Bilingual Patients.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 81:153-155.
  • (2002) Gabbard, G., Sjödin, C., Stensson, J., ____________, & Williams, P.. Letters to the Editor: “Policy Regarding Publication of Case Material.” Int. Forum Psychoanal., 11:313-314.
  • (2003) Editorial. Psychoanal. Psychol., 20:3.
  • (2003) “Ludwig Binswanger and Sigmund Freud: Portrait of a Friendship.” Psychoanal. Rev., 90:281-291.
  • (2006) Introduction to Special Issue—The Relevance of Sigmund Freud for the 21st Century. Psychoanal. Psychol., 23:215-216.
  • (2006) [Book Review] The Handbook of Jungian Psychology: Theory, Practice and Applications by Renos K. Papadopoulos, J. Anal. Psychol., 51:719-721.
  • (2006) “Theodor Reik: An Appreciation.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 23:675.
  • (2009) [Book Review] Freud’s Italian Journey by Laurence Simmons. Psychoanal Q., 78:597-599.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Freuds’ War by Helen Fry. Psychoanal Q., 79:869-871.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis at the Margins by Paul E. Stepansky. Psychoanal Q., 79:1177-1179.
  • (2010) [Book Review] Psychoanalysis, Class, and Politics: Encounters in the Clinical Setting. Edited By Lynne Layton, Nancy Caro Hollander, and Susan Gutwill. Psychoanal Q., 79:572-574.
  • (2011) [Book Review] The Eitingons: A Twentieth Century Story by Mary-Kay Wilmers. Psychoanal. Rev., 98:421-422.

Robbins, Arthur

  • (1968) “A Psychoanalytic Perspective to the Art Therapy Dialogue.”
  • (1971) “The Locus of Emotional Investment in the Art Therapy Dialogue, the Use of Imagery by the Art therapist in a Creative Dialogue.”
  • (1974) “A Psychoanalytic Perspective to the Art Therapy Dialogue, The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 2,pp. 800-85.
  • (1974) “The Use of Imagery by the Art Therapist in Creative Dialogue,” The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 2, pp.80-85.
  • (1976) [Book Review] The Inability to Mourn by Alexander and Margarete Mitscherlich.
  • (1976) “Use of Dreams in Art Therapy.” Annual Proceedings of the American Art Therapy Associations.
  • (1976) “Psychoanalysis and Castenada-Exploration in Creative Art Therapy,” American Art Therapy Association.
  • (1977) “Use of Dreams in Art Therapy”
  • (1979) Freudenberger, H.J. & ______________,“The Hazards of Being a Psychoanalyst,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 66, pp. 275-96.
  • (1979) Lyshak, F., Bassin, D. & ________, “The Creative Avt as a Means of Overcoming Resistance,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 68, pp. 395-407.
  • (1979) “The Use of Countertransference in Expressive Therapy.”
  • (1981) Mattes, J., Robbins, A. (1981). I Creative Interventions in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Psychoanal. Rev., 68:386-394.
  • (1981) Lyshak, F., Bassin, D. & ___________. (1981).  “II The Creative Act as a Means of Overcoming Resistance in Treatment.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:395-407.
  • (1981) Cavallo and ___________. “Working with the Borderline Patient in Art Therapy.” Journal Of Arts And Psychotherapy.
  • (1982) [Book review] Childhood and Art Therapy: Notes on Theory and Application by Edith Kramer in collaboration with Laurie Wilson. Psychoanal. Rev., 69:311-312.  (1982)  “Integrating the Personal and Theoretical Splits in the Struggle Towards an Identity as an Art Therapist,” Arts and Psychotherapy, Vol. 9.
  • (1982) “Regeneration of Potential Life Space of the Anti-Therapeutic Patient.” Journal, American Art Therapy Association.
  • (1983)  “Art Therapy and Transference,” American Art Therapy Journal.
  • (1983)  “Struggle for Self-Cohesion: An Analytically Oriented Art Therapy Case Study.” American Art Therapy Journal.
  • (1983) “The Use of Visual Perception as an Aid in Planning Short Term Treatment Goals.” Proceedings, Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • (1984) “Interpretation as a Means of Organizing Psychological Space Within the Transference/Countertransference Relationship.” Mod. Psychoanal., 9:7-14.
  • (1987) “Interpretation as a Means of Organizing Psychological Space Within the Transference- Countertransference Relationship.”, Modern Psychoanalysis, Vol. 19.
  • (1988) “A Psychoaesthetic Perspective On Creative Arts Therapy And Training.” The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol 15 pp. 95-100.
  • (1988) “The Interface of the Real and Transference Relationships in the Treatment of Schizoid Phenomena.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:393-417.
  • (1990) [Book Review] Trauma and Mastery in Life and Art by Gilbert Rose. Psychoanal. Rev., 77:615-616.
  • (1991) “A Joint Countertransference and Stone Workshop.” International Journal of Arts and Psychotherapy.
  • (1993) “Paternal Empathy in the Transference/Countertransference Relationship.”  Journal of Contemporay Psychotherapy, Vol. 23, No. 3 pp. 159-169.
  • (1997) “Creative Interventions in Depth Therapy.” Psychoanalytic Review.’
  • (1999) “Chaos as Form.” American Art therapy Journal, Vol 16, No. 3.
  • (1999) “A Symbolic Dialogue.” International Journal of Arts and Psychotherapy
  • (2000) “A Field/Energy Approach to Expressive Therapy Through a Symbolic Dialogue.” The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 27 No. 2. pp. 87-98.
  • (2005) “The Magic Garbage Can: Thanatos and Transformaiton”. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 32: 358-371.
  • (2005) “The Use of Imagery by the Art Therapist in a Creative Dialogue.”  Art Therapy Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • (2012) “Playing Along the Porous Edge of Chaos and Discipline: Pathways to the Creative Analytic Process.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 32 No. 3 pp. 225-246)

Roland, Alan

  • (1967) “The Reality of the Psychoanalytic Relationship and Situation in the Handling of Transference-Resistance.” International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 48:504-10.
  • (1970-71) [Book Review]  Identity, Youth and Crisis by Erik Erikson.  Psychoanalytic Review, 57:675-676.
  • (1971) “The Context and Unique Function of Dreams in Psychoanalytic Therapy: Clinical Approach.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 52: 431-39)
  • (1971-72) [Book Review] “Psychoanalysis and History: A Quest for Integration:  Gandhi’s Truth: On the Origins of Non-Violent Behavior by Erik Erikson, Psychoanalytic Review, 58: 631-39.
  • (1972) “Imagery and Symbolic Expression in Dreams and Art.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 53:531-539.
  • (1974) “Pinter’s Homecoming: Imagoes in Dramatic Action,” Psychoanalytic Review, 61: 415-27.
  • (1975) [Book Review] The Joy of Suffering by Shirley Panken, In Psychoanalytic Review, 62: 185-87.
  • Roland, A., Rizzo, G. (1977). “Psychoanalysis in Search of Pirandello: Six Characters and Henry IV.” Psychoanal. Rev., 64:63-99.
  • (1978) “Toward a Reorientation of Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:391-414.
  • (1980) “Intimacy as Viewed From a Cross-Cultural Perspective: Aspects of the Self in India and America.” Mod. Psychoanal., 5:177-185.
  • (1980) “Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Personality Development in India.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 7:73-87.
  • (1981) “Imagery and the Self in Artistic Creativity and Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:409-420.
  • (1981) “Induced Emotional Reactions and Attitudes in the Psychoanalyst as Transference in Actuality.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:45-74.
  • (1983) “Psychoanalysis without Interpretation:—Psychoanalytic Therapy in Japan.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 19:499-505.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Otto Rank: A Rediscovered Legacy by Esther Menaker. Psychoanal. Rev., 71:179-181.
  • (1984) “Psychoanalysis in Civilizational Perspective: The Self in India, Japan, and America.” Psychoanal. Rev., 71:569-590.
  • (1985) “Psychiatrie et Psychanalyse Différences et Points de Convergence Quant à la Notion de Diagnostic.” Rev. Belg Psychanal., 7:91-102.
  • (1987) “The Familial Self, the Individualized Self, and the Transcendent Self: Psychoanalytic Reflections on India and America.” Psychoanal. Rev., 74:237-250.
  • (1989) [Book Review] Stage Fright, Its Role in Acting by Stephen Aaron. Psychoanal. Rev., 76:125-127.
  • (1991) “Psychoanalysis in India and Japan: Toward a Comparative Psychoanalysis.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 51:1-10.
  • (1991) “Sexuality, the Indian Extended Family, and Hindu Culture.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 19:595-605.
  • (1994) “Psychoanalysis in India and Japan: The Work of Sudhir Kakar and Takeo Doi.” Psychoanal. Rev., 81:717-737.
  • (1995) “Value Issues Involving Western Psychoanalysts With Asian Patients.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 23:283-292.
  • (1996) “Culture, Comparativity, and Psychoanalysis: Reply to Commentary.” Psychoanal. Dial., 6:489-495.
  • (1996) “The Influence of Culture on the Self and Selfobject Relationships: An Asian-North American Comparison.” Psychoanal. Dial., 6:461-475.
  • (1999) [Book Review] Psychotherapy and Buddhism: Toward an Integration by Jeffrey B. Rubin. Psychoanal. Rev., 86:816-820.
  • (2003) “Psychoanalysis Across Civilizations: A Personal Journey.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 31:275-295.
  • (2008) [Book Review] Freud Along the Ganges: Psychoanalytic Reflections on the People and Culture of India. Edited by Salman Akhtar. Psychoanal. Rev., 95:534-537.
  • (2010) ___________ & Silver, C. “Conclusion: Interrelating Politics and Paranoia: The Political Exploitation of Paranoid Anxiety.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:337-356.
  • (2010) “Introduction.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:191-193.
  • (2010) “Trauma and Dissociation: 9/11 and the India/Pakistan Partition.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 46:380-394.
  • (2011) [Book Review] Countertransference and the Heart of the Heroic: Working with a Journalist from China by Gladys Foxe. Psychoanal. Perspect., 8:53-55.

Rosenbaum, Ruth

  • (2009) “Courting Maxwell’s Demon: Filter Shifts and Transformation in Psychotherapy”.  In Z. Jones, B Dunne, E. Hoeger & R Jahn (eds.), Filter Reflections: Perspectives on Reality, pp. 91-111.  Princeton, N.J.: ICRL Press.
  • (2011) “Exploring the Other Dark Continent: Parallels Between Psi Phenomena and the Process”. The Psychoanalytic Review, 98(1).
  • (2012) “Psychoanalysis, Psi Phenomena, and Spiritual Space: Common Ground,” In The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Spirituality. London & New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 271-285.

Rosenberg, Joyce

  • (2010) [Film review:] “The Aristocrats,”, The Psychoanalytic Review, Volume 97, Number 4, August, pp. 695-700.
  • (2012) “Evelyn Waugh and Brideshead Revisited”, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 18,
  • Number 4, March, pp. 400-404.
  • (2012) “What Is It About Cats?”, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 19, Number 1, June, pp. 27-31.
  • (2013) “Pseudo-Empathy: The Analyst’s Help or Hindrance?,” Clio’s Psyche, Volume 20, Number 1, June.
  • (2013) “Volkan and Miller: Why the Holocaust? Why Genocide?”, Clio’s Psyche,
  • Volume 20, Number 3, December, pp. 324-328.
  • (2014) “How My Father’s Silence on the Holocaust Influenced My Becoming an Analyst”, Clio’s Psyche, Volume 21, Number 1, June, pp. 58-61.
  • (2014) “Women Need Not Be Castrated or Unfathomable”, Clio’s Psyche,
  • Volume 21, Number 2, September, pp. 161-162.
  • (2014) “British Civility: Reality or Reaction-Formation?”, Clio’s Psyche,
  • Volume 21, Number 3, December, pp. 313-317.

Rowe, Crayton

  • (1975) “Report of an Evaluation of Advanced Training Institutes and Programs by Members of the New York State Society of Clinical Social Workers.” Clinical Social Work Journal, 1975, 3:230-231.
  • (1977) “Casework: No Avoidance of Larger Issues,”  Behavior Today, Vol. VIII, No. 28, p. 7.
  • (1980) “Report of an Evaluation of Advanced Training Institutes.” Newsletter, New York State Society of Clinical Social Work Psychotherapists, Vol. XII, No. 3.
  • (1981) “Psychoanalytic Training – In Whose Hands?” Newsletter, New York State Society of Clinical Social Work Psychotherapists, 1981, Vol. XII, No. 3.
  • (1982) “Narcissism and Hyperaggressiveness – A study of
  • Hyperaggressive Borderline Children.” In Clinical Social Workers as Psychotherapists. Edited by F.Lieberman, pp. 151-164.
  • (1992) “Development from Archaic to Mature Selfobject Transferences.” Clinical Social Work Journal, 20:31-45.
  • (1993) “The Hyperactive Ghetto Child: Some Treatment Considerations.” Journal of Analytic Social Work, pp. 55-78.
  • (1994) “Reformulations of the Concept of Selfobject: A Misalliance of Self Psychology with Object Relations Theory.” Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 10, pp. 9-20.
  • (1995) “Musings of an Analyst on a Home Visit to a Ghetto Child.” Contemporary Psychotherapy Review, 9:82-90.
  • (1996) “The Concept of Resistance in Self Psychology,” American Journal of Psychotherapy, 49:66-74.
  • (1996) “Introduction: Notes of the Integration, Reformulation, and Development of Kohut’s Contributions,” Progress in Self Psychology, Vol 12, pp. xiii-xxii.
  • (1997) “Expanding Attunement: A Contribution to the Experience-Near Mode of Observation, Empathy Reconsidered.”  New Directions in Psychotherapy, edited by A.C. Bohart and L. S. Greenberg, American Psychological Association, pp. 265-278.
  • (2005) “A Brief Treatment of a Posttraumatic Stress Disordered Patient: A Self News of the Societies.” Clinical Social Work Journal, 1975, 3:230-231.
  • (2008) “The Impact of a Traumatic Birth Injury on the Internal World of an Adult Patient: A Self Psychological Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanalytic Review, 95:107-129.
  • (2009) “Psychophobia Is a Major Current Issue Affecting Psychoanalytic Training and Practice.” Clinical Social Work Journal, 37:79-80.

Satow, Roberta

  • (1975) “Dropout Rates in Mental Health Centers.” (Co-authored with Judith Lorber), Social Work, July, 308-318.
  • (1975) “Value-Rational Authority and Professional Organizations.” Administrative Science Quarterly, December: 526-531.
  • (1977) “Creating a Company of Unequals: Sources of Occupational Stratification in a Ghetto Community Mental Health Center” (Co-authored with Judith Lorber). Sociology of Work and Occupations, August: 281-302.
  • (1978) “Cultural Congruity and the Use of Paraprofessionals in Community Mental Health Work” (Co-authored with Judith Lorber)., Sociological Symposium, Summer, 17-24.
  • (1978) “The Policing of Politics: The Expansion of Social Control Agencies in World War I.” Nassau Review, Summer, 51-60.
  • (1979) “Where Has All the Hysteria Gone?” Psychoanalytic Review, Winter, 80:463477.
  • (1979) “Pop Narcissism,” Psychology Today, October: 14-17.
  • (1981) “Narcissism or Individualism?” Partisan Review, April: 285-88.
  • (1982) “Comment on Colleen Clements: The Misuses of Narcissism.” Psychoanalytic Review, Summer, 296-302.
  • (1983) “A Case of Severe Penis Envy: The Congruence of Cultural and Individual Intra-Psychic Factors.” Journal of the American Acad. of Psychoan. October.
  • (1985) “A Question of Bedrock: Is Penis Envy Really the Bottom Line?” P)sychoanalytic Review, Summer: 265-275.
  • (1988) “Psychic Functions of Failure.” Psychoanalytic Review, Fall.
  • (1993) “New Yorkers in the Countryside: Status Conflict and Social Change.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Volume 22 (July):227-248.
  • (1993) “Strangers in Paradise: Class, Status, and Ethnicity in a Connecticut Town.” The Ethnic Quest for Community: Searching for Roots in the Lonely Crowd. Edited by Arthur Vidich and Michael Hughey. Research in Community Sociology. Volume 3:113-135.
  • (1999) “Using Female-Friendly Content to Teach Women Quantitative Reasoning.” AWIS Magazine, Fall, 6-9.
  • (2001) [Book Review] Tangled Lives: Daughters, Mothers, and the Crucible of Aging by Lillian Rubin, in Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health, October.
  • (2002) [Book Review] Karen Fingerman, Aging Mothers and Their Adult Daughters: A Study in Mixed Emotions. Contemporary Gerontology. Volume 8, No. 2. Spring.
  • (2004) [Book Review] Transference: Shibboleth or Albatross? By Joseph Schachter. Psychoanalytic. Review. October.

Schwartz, Charlotte

  • (1979) “The Application of Psychoanalytic Theory to the Treatment of the Mentally Retarded Child.” Psychoanal. Rev., 66:133-141.
  • (1981) [Book Review] Intrapsychic and Interpersonal dimensions of Treatment: A CriticalDialogue by Robert Langs, M.D. and Harold Searles, M.D. Psychoanal. Rev., 68:460-462.
  • (1982) “Communication in Psychoanalysis—Developmental Antecedents.” Psychoanal. Rev., 69:267-281.
  • (1984) “Failure in the Treatment of a Psychotic Mother and Child: Aspects of Transference and Resistance.” Psychoanal. Rev., 71:397-412.
  • (1986) [Book Review] Infantile Origins Of Sexual Identity by Herman Roiphe and Eleanor Galenson. Psychoanal. Rev., 73D:223-227.
  • (1988) [Book Review]. Twice-Told Tales: The Psychological Use of Fairy Tales by Hans Dieckmann, J. Anal. Psychol., 33:89.
  • (1989) “Ambivalence: Its Relationship to Narcissism and Superego Development.” Psychoanal. Rev., 76:511-527.
  • (1996) “Regression: A Reconsideration of Topographic Theory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 83:813-825.
  • (1998) “Freud’s Treatment of the ‘Rat Man’: A Polemic with His Critics.” Psychoanal. Rev., 85:373-397.
  • (1999) “Medieval Antecedents Of The Therapeutic Alliance.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 27:275-284.
  • (2001) “Narcissism in Collecting Art and Antiques.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 29:633-647.
  • (2003) “A Brief Discourse on Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Historical Perspective.” Psychoanal. Rev., 90:153-177.
  • (2003) “A Brief Discussion on Frequency of Sessions and its Impact upon Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Psychoanal. Rev., 90:179-191.
  • (2003) “Is Psychoanalysis in Crisis? Research Results.” Psychoanal. Rev., 90:151-152.
  • (2006) “In Memoriam: Oscar Sternbach, December 13, 1904—October 25, 1999.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:855-856.
  • (2006) “Preface.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:853-853.
  • (2006) “The Meaning of Silence for the Holocaust Child Survivor: The Role of Family Romanceand Rescue Fantasies.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:903-922.
  • (2009) “Language as Artistry: In the Treatment of a Borderline Psychotic Patient.” Psychoanal. Rev., 96:1-20.

Sherman, Murray

  • (1958) “Clement Staff 1911-1958.” Psychoanal. Rev., 45A:156-158.
  • (1958) “Group Processes.” (Transactions of the Third Conference, 1956.) Edited by Bertram Schaffner. Psychoanal. Rev., 45B:122-126.
  • (1958) [Book Review] Man and Wife. A Sourcebook of Family Attitudes, Sexual Behavior, and Marriage Counseling. Edited by Emily Hartshorne Mudd and Aron Krich.. Psychoanal. Rev., 45A:146.
  • (1960) “Adventures in Ideas: The Dimensions of Adaptation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 47B:17-20.
  • (1960) [Book reviews:] Mystery on the Mountain: The Drama of the Sinai Revelation by Theodor Reik. The Creation of Woman: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry into the Myth of Eve. By Theodor Reik Psychoanal. Rev., 47A:120-121.
  • (1960) [Book Review] Social Class and Mental Illness: A Community Study by August B. Hollingshead, Ph.D. and Frederick C. Redlich, M.D. Family and Class Dynamics in Mental Illness by Jerome K. Myers, Ph.D. and Bertram H. Roberts, M.D. Psychoanal. Rev., 47C:124-125.
  • (1961) [Book Review] Sex in Man and Woman: Its Emotional Variations by Theodor Reik. Psychoanal. Rev., 48A:115-117.
  • (1961) “Siding with the Resistance in Paradigmatic Psychotherapy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 48D:43-59.
  • (1962) [Book Review] Each Man Kills by Sanford Bayer. Introduction by Harold Greenwald. Psychoanal. Rev., 49D:127-128.
  • (1963) “Introduction: In the Tradition of Theodor Reik.” Psychoanal. Rev., 50B:3-6.
  • (1963) “Play-Fantasy and Gratification in Psychotherapy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 50A:86-92.
  • (1965) “Freud, Reik and the Problem of Technique in Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 52C:19-37.
  • (1965-66) [Book Review] Medical Orthodoxy and the Future of Psychoanalysis by K. R. Eissler. Psychoanal. Rev., 52D:147-149.
  • (1968) “Theodor Reik and Individualism in Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 55:169-171.
  • (1969/1970) “Lytton Strachey: A Study in English Character and Eccentricity.” Psychoanal. Rev., 56D:597-608.
  • (1970) [Book Review] Brother Animal: The Story of Freud and Tausk by Paul Roazen. Psychoanal. Rev., 57:519-521.
  • (1970-1971) “Dr. Theodor Reik: A Life Devoted to Freud and Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 57:535-543.
  • (1971) Psychiatry and its History. George Mora and Jeanne L. Brand (Eds.). Psychoanal. Rev., 58:321-323.
  • (1971) [Book Review] The Discovery of The Unconscious: The History and Evolution of Dynamic Psychiatry by Henri F. Ellenberger. Psychoanal. Rev., 58:126-134.
  • (1971-72) “Role Titles, Vocations, and Psychotherapy.” Psychoanal. Rev., 58:511-527.
  • (1972) [Book Review] Social Casework: Theories in Action. Edited by Herbert S. Strean. Psychoanal. Rev., 59:637-639.
  • (1973) [Book Review] Freud: Living and Dying by Max Schur. Psychoanal. Rev., 60:151-152.
  • (1977) [Book Review] The Narcissistic Condition: A Fact of our Lives and Times. Edited by Marie Coleman Nelson. Mod. Psychoanal., 2:131-133.
  • (1978) “Reik, Schnitzler, Freud, and ‘The Murderer’: The Limits of Insight in Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:68-94.
  • (1981) “Siding With the Resistance in Paradigmatic Psychotherapy.” Mod. Psychoanal., 6:47-64.
  • (1981-82) “The Paradox Of Theodor Reik.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:467-472.
  • (1983) “Emotional Communication in Modern Psychoanalysis: Some Freudian Origins and Comparisons.” Mod. Psychoanal., 8:173-189.
  • (1983) [Book Review] Psychologists Caught: A Psycho-Logic of Psychology by Lewis Wolfgang Brandt. Mod. Psychoanal., 8:115-117.
  • (1983) “Psychosensory Images from Virginia Woolf’s A Sketch of The Past.” Psychoanal. Rev., 70:33-39.
  • (1984) [Book Review] Freud on Schreber: Psychoanalytic Theory and the Critical Act by C. Barry Chabot. Mod. Psychoanal., 9:105-106.
  • (1985) [Book Review] Mind, Brain, Body: Toward a Convergence of Psychoanalysis and Neurobiology by Morton F. Reiser. Mod. Psychoanal., 10:229-232.
  • (1986) [Book Review] The Broken Brain: The Biological Revolution in Psychiatry by Nancy C. Andreasen. Psychoanal. Rev., 73B:240-242.
  • (1988) “Theodor Reik and Lay Analysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:380-392.
  • (1989) [Book Review] Split Minds/Split Brains: Historical and Current Perspectives. Jacques M. Quen (Ed.). Psychoanal. Rev., 76:612-614.
  • (1997) “T. S. Eliot: His Religion, His Poetry, His Roles.” Psychoanal. Rev., 84:73-107.
  • (1998) “Marie Coleman Nelson, 1915-1998.” Psychoanal. Rev., 85:485-486.
  • (1999) “Addressing the Unconscious: Trout Reflections.” Mod. Psychoanal., 24:37-39.
  • (2002) “Biblical Commentary as a Psychoanalytic Defense: Two Deeds of Abraham.” Mod. Psychoanal., 27:243-261.
  • (2007) “Addressing the Unconscious: Trout Reflections.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:174-176.
  • (2007) “Biblical Commentary as a Psychoanalytic Defense: Two Deeds of Abraham.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:295-313.
  • (2007) “Emotional Communication in Modern Psychoanalysis: Some Freudian Origins and Comparisons.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:157-173.
  • (2007) “Reik, Schnitzler, Freud, and ‘The Murderer’: The Limits of Insight in Psychoanalysis.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:233-257.
  • (2007) “Siding with the Resistance in Paradigmatic Psychotherapy.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:177-193.
  • (2007) “Siding with the Resistance versus Interpretation: Role Implications.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:194-230.
  • (2007) “T. S. Eliot: His Religion, His Poetry, His Roles.” Mod. Psychoanal., 32:258-291.
  • (2008) “Hyman Spotnitz: The Importance of His Work.” Mod. Psychoanal., 33B:40-50.
  • (2013) “Navigating an Editorship (1968-76).” Psychoanalytic Review, 100:213-16.

Shor, Joel

  • (1953) Coleman, M.L. & ______________. “Ego Development Through Self-Traumatization.” Psychoanal. Rev., 40:225-242.
  • (1961) [Book Review] Freud: The Mind of the Moralist by Philip Rieff. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 42:116-122.
  • (1972) “Two Principles of Reparative Regression: Self-Traumatization and Self-Provocation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 59:259-281.
  • (1985) [Book Review] René A. Spitz: Dialogues from Infancy—Selected Papers. Edited by R. N. Emde. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 2:181-187.

Silver, Catherine

  • (1990) “Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Occupational Choice and Attainment.” (With Seymour Spilerman), Research in Social Stratification and
  • mobility,” Vol. 9:181-214.
  • (1992) “Personality Structure and Aging Style,” Journal of Aging Studies, Vol. 4(6): 333-350.
  • (1993) “A Scale of Personality Styles Based on DSM-III-R for Investigating Occupational Choice and Leisure Activities.”. Journal of Career Assessment, 1(4): 427-440 (With Jean Malone).
  • (1998) “Cross Cultural Perspective on the Impact of Family Responsibility and Ways of Living in Old Age on the Well Being of Seniors.” in Source Book on Mental Health and Aging: an Integrative Approach. Edited by Jacob Lomranz, New York: Plenum, pp. 383-412
  • (2001) “The Discourse of Ageing: Construction and Deconstruction of Gendered Identities.”. Les Cahiers du Genre. Paris. Vol. 31(1): 185-201.
  • (2001) “Attitudes Toward Social Change and Theoretical Orientation of Clinicians. A Survey of Psychoanalysts clinical Practices.” Fall. The Discourse of Sociological Practice, Vol.4, No.1: 3-8.
  • (2002) “Japanese and American Identities: Values and Transmission in the Family.” Sociological Inquiry. Spring. Vol. 72, No.2: 195-219.
  • (2002) “Obligations et Responsabilities Familiales Aux Etats Unis et au Japon.” Retraite et Societe. Vol.3 (2): 55-67. Paris Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Vieillesse.
  • (2003) “Gendered Identity in Old Age: Toward (De)gendering? Journal of Aging Studies, Winter.. Vol.17 (4): 379-397.
  • (2003) “Is Psychoanalysis in Crisis? A Survey of Clinicians’ Views, Practices and Theoretical Orientations.” Charlotte Schwartz (Ed.), The Psychoanalytic Review, April 2003, Vol.90 (2): 193-224.
  • (2005) “Leaking Affections. A Socio-Psychoanalytic View.” In Cut Loose: (Mostly) Older Women Talk about the End of (Mostly) Long Term Relationships, pp. 196-210. Nan Bauer Maglin (Ed.), New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • (2006) “Gender and Value Orientation: What’s the Difference?! The Case of US and Japan.” Social Forum Vol.21(4):659-690. Dec.
  • (2007) “Womb Envy: Loss and Grief of the Maternal Body,” Psychoanalytic Review, 94(3), June.
  • (2008) “Making Sense of the Proposed Boycott of Israeli Academics and Researchers,” Psychoanalytic Review. June.
  • (2010) Roland, Alan & _____________. “The Politics of Paranoia”, The Psychoanalytic Review April 2010.
  • (2013) “The Search for Intimacy: Nearness and Distance in Psychoanalytic Work,” with Jane Kupersmidt. In Intimacies: A New World of Relational Life, pp. 225-243, New York: Routledge,
  • (2014) “Dreaming The Social: Bringing Back the Socio-Cultural in
  • Psychoanalytic Thinking.” Graduation Speech, Oct 2014
  • (2014) Cavalletto, George & ___________. “The Rise and Fall of Psychoanalysis in American Sociology,”. In The Unhappy Divorce of Psychoanalysis and Sociology: From Marginalization to Renewal. Lynn Chance and John Andrews (Eds.). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • (2014) “Paranoid and Institutional Responses to the Use of Psychoanalysis Among
  • Sociologists,” In The Unhappy Divorce of Psychoanalysis and Sociology: From
  • Marginalization to Renewal. Lynn Chance and John Andrewws (Eds.). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Somerstein, Lynn

  • (2002) “Concrete Tornadoes.” Journal of Religion and Health volume 41, Summer.
  • (2003) “The Unconscious in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis” NAAP News, volume 26, Number 3 &4, 10-11.
  • (2003) “Sacrificial Daughters: Aspects of the Father-daughter Relationship.” NAAP News, 26, 2, 9.
  • (2004) [Book Review] September 11: Trauma and Human Bonds. Edited by Susan W. Coates, Jane L. Rosenthal, and Daniel S. Schechter. The Psychoanalytic Review, 91:5.
  • (2004) “Virtual Gender: Technology, Consumption and Identity.” American Philosophical Association Newsletters, Feminism and Philosophy, 3/2, Spring 2004.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Talking to Babies: Psychoanalysis in a Maternity Ward by Myriam Szejer, MD., Psychoanalytic Review, 93, 1, 133-136.
  • (2007) “‘I Came with a Sword on Judgment Day’: A Psychoanalytic Look at Terrorist Enactments.” The Psychoanalytic Review, 94, 5.
  • (2008) “Licensing Is No Merry-Go-Round.” International Journal of Yoga Therapy.
  • (2008) [Book Review] The Embodied Self: Movement and Psychoanalysis by Katya Bloom. In Psychologist-Psychoanalyst (Division 39), pp. 56-57.
  • (2008) “The Metallic Womb.” Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 47, Number 2.
  • (2008) [Book Review] True to Our Feelings by Robert Solomon. APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy.

Stein, Alexander

  • (1998) The Trouble with Borders (co-author with Wagner, A.) in Borderline. L. Woods & E. Rehfeld, eds. Springer Verlag Wien/New York.
  • (1999) [Book Review] On Freud’s Couch: Seven New Interpretations of Freud’s Case Histories by Iréne Matthis & Imre Szecsödy, eds. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1998. In Psychoanalytic Books, 10(4): 378-384.
  • (1999) [Book Review] Freudian Analysts/Feminist Issues. (1999) Judith M. Hughes. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, in Psychoanalytic Books, 10(4):433-435.
  • (1999) Well-Tempered Bagatelles: A Meditation on Listening in Psychoanalysis and Music. American Imago, 56(4):387-416 [Recipient: NPAP Ernest Angel Award]
  • (2000) “The Cello Bow as Magic Wand.”  The Psychoanalytic Review. 87(3):717 726.
  • (2000) “Considering Listening in Music and Psychoanalysis.” Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, 5(1):139-144.
  • (2000) “Beyond Total Recall: The Musician’s Art.” Letter to the Editor.  The New York Times, 5 February.
  • (2000) “A Conversation with Francis Baudry, M.D. Free Associations. The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, 6:1.
  • (2001) “Just Choose One: Memory and Time in Kore-eda’s ‘Wandafuru raifu’ [Afterlife] “(co-author with Sabbadini, A.). The International Journal of Psycho Analysis 82(3):603-608.
  • (2001) [Book Review] The Musical Edge of Therapeutic Dialogue by Steven H. Knoblauch. New Jersey: The Analytic Press, in Psychoanalytic Psychology, 18(3):593-601.
  • (2001) “Well-Tempered Bagatelles—A Meditation on Listening in Psychoanalysis & Music,” 1999. Arte e Rappresentazione, Arti Musicali. Psychomedia. http://www.psychomedia.it/pm/culture/music/stein-bagatelles1.htm
  • (2001) ‘An Host of Tongues’: Isaac Tylim on Multilingualism in Psychoanalysis. Free Associations. NPAP, 7:7
  • (2001) Contributor: Cullen, B. Internet Discussion Review: The Rebirth of the Idols: The Freudian Unconscious and the Nietzschean Unconscious by Jorge Ahumada (IJP, 82: 219–34). The International Journal of Psycho Analysis 82:841-851.
  • (2003) “Music, Silence and Trauma in Polanski’s ‘The Pianist’.” Projections 49(16): 29-40.
  • (2003) “Music and Trauma in Polanski’s ‘The Pianist’.” The International Journal of Psycho Analysis 85(3):755 –65.
  • (2004) “Music, Mourning and Consolation.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 52(3):783-811.  [Recipient: Gradiva Award]
  • (2004) [Letter to the Editor:] “Tell the Doctor All Your Problems, but Keep It to Less Than a Minute,” (Science/Health, June 1) The New York Times, June 8.
  • (2005) [Letter to the Editor:] “Snake Phobias, Moodiness and a Battle in Psychiatry,” (Science/Health, June 14).  The New York Times,  June 21.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Between Couch and Piano: Psychoanalysis, Music, Art and Neuroscience by Gilbert J. Rose, MD.  NY: Brunner-Routledge, 2004. In The International Journal of Psycho Analysis.  87(2):624-627.
  • (2006) “Musica e trauma il Pianista.” EIDOS: Cinema Psyche e Arti Visive. Marzo-Giugno ’06, 5:22-26.
  • (2006) “Tricycles, Bicycles, Life Cycles: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Childhood Loss and Transgenerational Parenting in ‘Les triplettes de Belleville’” (2003) The International Journal of Psycho Analysis. 87(4):1125-34.
  • (2006) Contributor: The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis: “Reality Testing;” “Need for Punishment.” Skelton, R.M., general editor. Edinburgh University Press.
  • (2006) [Letter to the Editor:] “To Fight Stuttering, Doctors Look at the Brain” (Science/Health, Sept. 12). The New York Times, September 19.
  • (2006) Musica, lutto e consolazione. Rivista di Psicoanalisi. LII(3):783-812.
  • (2007) “Music and Trauma in Polanski’s ‘The Pianist’.”  Psychoanalytic Inquiry.  27(4):440-54.
  • (2007) “Tricycles, Bicycles, Life Cycles: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Childhood Loss and Transgenerational Parenting in Chomet’s ‘Belleville Rendez-Vous’.” Chapt. 12, pp 132-144 In Projected Shadows: Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Representation of Loss in European Cinema. (New Library of Psychoanalysis  series).  Andrea Sabbadini, ed.  London: Routledge.
  • (2007) “The Sound of Memory: Music and Acoustic Origins.”  American Imago 64(1):59-85.
  • (2007) [Letter to the Editor:] “A Place to Turn When a Newborn Is Fated to Die” (front page, March 13). The New York Times,  March 15.
  • (2007) [Letter to the Editor:]  “Are You a Pyromaniac?” by Patricia B. Gray (July/Aug.).  Fortune Small Business Magazine.
  • (2007) [Letter to the Editor:] Dantlgraber J
  • (2007) [Book Review] Die vergessene kunst: Der Orpheusmythos und die Psychoanalyse der Musik [Forgotten art: The Orpheus myth and the psychoanalysis of music] Leikert, Sebastian. Giessen: Psychosozial-Verlag. 2005. Internat. J. Psycho-Anal. 88(2):538-541, in The International Journal of Psycho Analysis.  88(3).
  • (2007) [Book Review] Gustav Mahler: A Life in Crisis (2004).  Stuart Feder, MD.  New Haven: Yale University Press, in The Psychoanalytic Review.  94(3):493-498.
  • (2007-Present) Monthly column:  “Emotional Edge: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Entrepreneurship.”  Fortune Small Business Magazine + money.cnn.com.
  • (2008) Cover Story: “Fear and the Entrepreneur” Fortune Small Business Magazine. 12/08-1/09; 18(10):78-81.
  • (2008) [Letter to the Editor:]  Peter Stevenson: Unpacking The Boxes: A Memoir of a Life in Poetry By Donald Hall (Book Review, Nov 7 2008).   The New York Times Sunday Book Review, November 30.
  • (2009) [Book Review] Sex and the Psyche: The Untold Story of Our Most Secret Fantasies Taken from the Largest Ever Survey of Its Kind by Brett Kahr. London: Allen Lane, 2007. American Imago.

Steinberger, Claire

  • (1989) “Teenage Expression: A Cultural- Interpersonal-Intrapsychic Perspective.” Psychoanalytic Review. 76:1
  • (2002-2003) “Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The “Sanist” Factor – An Interdisciplinary Approach.” New York Law School L. Rev. 46:3-4
  • (2003) “Persistence and Change in the Life of the Law: Can Therapeutic Jurisprudence Make a Difference?” L. & Psychol. Rev., Spring.
  • (2007) “Cyberspace: The Nodal Self in the Wide Wide World.” Psychoanalytic Rev.

Sternbach, Oscar

  • (1967) [Book Review] The Practice of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy by Marc H. Hollender. Psychoanal. Rev., 54A:180-182.
  • (1974) “The Pursuit of Happiness and the Epidemic of Depression.” Psychoanal. Rev., 61:283-293.
  • (1975) “Aggression, the Death Drive and the Problem of Sadomasochism. A Reinterpretation of Freud’s Second Drive Theory.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:321-333.
  • (1983. “Critical Comments on Object Relations Theory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 70:403-421.
  • (1989) “Problems of Insight in Psychoanalysis.” Mod. Psychoanal., 14:163-170.
  • (1990) “Freud and the Classical Technique of Psychoanalysis in a Historical Perspective.” Mod. Psychoanal., 15:149-167.
  • (1993) “The Supervisor as the Liberator.” Mod. Psychoanal., 18:37-43.
  • (1994) “The Unknown Freud: On the Creativity of the Octogenarian.” Psychoanal. Rev., 81:201-215.
  • (2006) “Aggression, the Death Drive and the Problem of Sadomasochism:: A Reinterpretation of Freud’s Second Drive Theory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:857-880.

Stolorow, Robert

  • (1970) “Mythic Consonance and Dissonance in the Vicissitudes of Transference.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 30:178-179.
  • (1971) “On Forgiveness.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 31:102-103.
  • (1972) “On the Phenomenology of Anger and Hate.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 32:218-220.
  • (1973) Grand, H.T. & ____________. “A Partial Analysis of a Perversion Involving Bugs.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 54:349-350.
  • (1973) Atwood., G.E. & __________. “Messianic Projects and Early Object-Relations.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 33:213-215.
  • (1974) “A Note on Death Anxiety As A Developmental Achievement.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 34:351-353.
  • (1975) “A Note on Devouring and Being Devoured.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 35:285-285.
  • (1975) “Addendum to a Partial Analysis of a Perversion Involving Bugs: An Illustration of the Narcissistic Function of Perverse Activity.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:361-364.
  • (1975) Lachmann, F.M. & ___________. “Early Object Loss and Denial Developmental Considerations.” Psychoanal Q., 44:596-611.
  • (1975) “Narcissus Revisited.” Am. J. Psychoanal., 35:286-286.
  • (1975) Harrison, A.M. & ___________ “The Contribution of Narcissistic Vulnerability to Frustration-Aggression: A Theory and Partial Research Model.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Sci., 4:145-158.
  • (1975) “The Narcissistic Function of Masochism (And Sadism).” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:441-448.
  • (1975) “Toward a Functional Definition of Narcissism.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 56:179-185.
  • (1976) Atwood, G.E. & ___________ “An Ego-Psychological Analysis of the Work and Life of Otto Rank in the Light of Modern Conceptions of Narcissism.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 3:441-459.
  • (1976) Lachmann, F.M. & ____________ “Idealization and Grandiosity: Developmental Considerations and Treatment Implications.” Psychoanal Q., 45:565-587.
  • (1977) Atwood, G.E. & ___________ “Metapsychology, Reification and the Representational World of C. G. Jung.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 4:197-213.
  • (1977) “Notes on the Signal Function of Hypochondriacal Anxiety.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 58:245-246.
  • (1977) Atwood, G.E. & __________ “The Life and Work of Wilhelm Reich: A Case Study of the Subjectivity of Personality Theory.” Psychoanal. Rev., 64:5-
  • (1978)__________ & Atwood, G.E. “A Defensive-Restitutive Function of Freud’s Theory of Psychosexual Development. ” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:217-238.
  • (1978) “The Concept of Psychic Structure: Its Metapsychological and Clinical Psychoanalytic Meanings.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 5:313-320.
  • (1978) ____________ & Lachmann, F.M. “The Developmental Prestages of Defenses: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications.” Psychoanal Q., 47:73-102.
  • (1978) __________, Atwood, G.E., & Ross, J.M. “The Representational World in Psychoanalytic Therapy.” Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 5:247-256.
  • (1978) “Kohut’s Restoration of the Self: A Symposium.” Psychoanal. Rev., 65:622-624.
  • (1978) “Themes in Dreams: A Brief Contribution to Therapeutic Technique.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 59:473-475.
  • (1979) “Defensive and Arrested Developmental Aspects of Death Anxiety, Hypochondriasis and Depersonalization.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 60:201-213.
  • (1979) “Psychosexuality and the Representational World,” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 60:39-45.
  • (1980) Atwood, G.E. & ___________. “Psychoanalytic Concepts and the Representational World.” Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 3:267-290.
  • Lachmann, F.M & ____________ (1980) “The Developmental Significance of Affective States: Implications for Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Ann. Psychoanal., 8:215-229.
  • Stolorow, R.D., Atwood, G.E. (1980-81) “Letters From Readers.” Psychoanal. Rev., 67:577-581.
  • (1981) Atwood, G.E. & _________. “Experience and Conduct.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 17:197-208.
  • (1981) Lachmann, F.M. & ___________. “Two Psychoanalyses or One?” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:307-319.
  • (1981-82) Lachmann, F.M. & __________ “On the Psychoanalysis of Developmental Arrest.” Psychoanal. Rev., 68:594-594.
  • (1982) Atwood, G.E. & ___________. “Psychoanalytic Phenomenology of the Dream.” Ann. Psychoanal., 10:205-220.
  • (1984) Socarides, D.D. & ____________ . “Affects and Selfobjects.” Ann. Psychoanal., 12:105-119.
  • (1984) “Aggression in the Psychoanalytic Situation: An Intersubjective Viewpoint.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 20:643-650.
  • (1984) Atwood, G.E. & ____________. “Psychoanalytic Phenomenology: Toward a Science of Human Experience.” Psychoanal. Inq., 4:87-105.
  • (1984) Lachmann, F.M. & ___________. “Transference: The Future of an Illusion.” Ann. Psychoanal., 12:19-37.
  • (1985) “Toward a Pure Psychology of Inner Conflict.” Progress in Self Psychology, 1:193-201.
  • (1985) Brandchaft, B. & ___________ “Reply to Melvin Sabshin on the Question of Nonmedical Candidates.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 33:970-972.
  • (1986) Atwood, G.E. & _________. “Psychoanalytic Phenomenology: The Work of Stolorow and Atwood.” Psychoanal. Rev., 73C:247-248.
  • (1986) “On Experiencing an Object: A Multidimensional Perspective.” Progress in Self Psychology, 2:273-279.
  • (1986) “Discussion: Beyond Dogma in Psychoanalysis.” Progress in Self Psychology, 2:41-49.
  • (1986) “Critical Reflections on the Theory of Self Psychology: An Inside View.” Psychoanal. Inq., 6:387-402.
  • (1986) Atwood, G.E. & ___________. “Reply to R. White, M. Basch, and M. Nissim-Sabat.” Psychoanal. Rev., 73C:301-308.
  • (1987) ___________ & Brandchaft, B. “Developmental Failure and Psychic onflict.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 4:241-253.
  • (1988) “Integrating Self Psychology and Classical Psychoanalysis: An Experience-Near Approach.” Progress in Self Psychology, 4:63-70.
  • (1988) ____________, Atwood, G.E. & Brandchaft, B. (1988) “Symbols of Subjective Truth in Psychotic States: Implications for Psychoanalytic Treatment.” Progress in Self Psychology, 3:103-142.
  • (1988) “Discussions of the Case Study.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:293-298.
  • (1988) “Intersubjectivity, Psychoanalytic Knowing, and Reality.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 24:331-337.
  • (1988) “Transference and the Therapeutic Process.” Psychoanal. Rev., 75:245-254.
  • (1989) Stolorow, D.S. & ___________. “My Brother’s Keeper: Intensive Treatment of a Case of Delusional Merger.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 70:315-326.
  • (1989) “Commentaries: The Dream in Context.” Progress in Self Psychology, 5:33-39.
  • (1989) Atwood, G.E., ___________ & Trop, J.L. “Impasses in Psychoanalytic Therapy—A Royal Road.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 25:554-573.
  • (1989) ___________ & Atwood, G.E. “Intrapsychic Conflict.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 70:550.
  • (1989) ___________ & Atwood, G.E. “The Unconscious and Unconscious Fantasy: An Intersubjective-Developmental Perspective.” Psychoanal. Inq., 9:364-374.
  • (1990) “The World According to Whom?.” Progress in Self Psychology, 6:35-40.
  • (1990) “Converting Psychotherapy to Psychoanalysis: A Critique of the Underlying Assumptions.” Psychoanal. Inq., 10:119-130.
  • (1990) Brandchaft, B. & __________. “The Borderline Concept.” Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 46:1117-1119.
  • (1990) Brandchaft, B. & __________. “Varieties of Therapeutic Alliance.” Ann. Psychoanal., 18:99-114.
  • (1991) Trop, J.L. & __________. “A Developmental Perspective on Analytic Empathy: A Case Study.” J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 19:31-46.
  • (1991) ___________, Brandchaft, B. & Atwood, G.E. “The Intersubjective Approach.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 72:363-364.
  • (1991) “The Intersubjective Context of Intrapsychic Experience: A Decade of Psychoanalytic Inquiry.” Psychoanal. Inq., 11:171-184.
  • (1991) ____________ & Atwood, G.E. “The Mind and the Body.” Psychoanal. Dial., 1:181-195.
  • (1991) __________ & Atwood, G.E. [Book Review] The Plural Psyche: Personality, Morality, and the Father by Andrew Samuels. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 18:99-100.
  • (1992) “Subjectivity and Self Psychology: A Personal Odyssey.” Progress in Self Psychology, 8:241-250.
  • (1992) Trop, J.L. & __________. “Defense Analysis in Self Psychology: A Developmental View.” Psychoanal. Dial., 2:427-442.
  • (1992) ___________, Trop, J.L. “Reply to Richards and Mitchell.” Psychoanal. Dial., 2:467-473.
  • (1992) ___________, Atwood, G.E. & Brandchaft, B. “Three Realms of the Unconscious and Their therapeutic Transformation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 79:25-30.
  • (1993) “Thoughts on the Nature and Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalytic Interpretation.” Progress in Self Psychology, 9:31-43.
  • (1993) __________ & Trop, J.L. “Reply to Blechner, Lesser, and Schwartz.” Psychoanal. Dial., 3:653-656.
  • (1993) “The Intersubjective Approach: Commentary on Michael Tansey’s ‘Psychoanalytic Expertise’ ” (PD, 2[3], 1992). Psychoanal. Dial., 3:315-317.
  • (1993) _____________, Brandchaft, B. & Atwood, G.E. “The Intersubjective Approach: Reply to Arnold Richards.” Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 49:1219-1221.
  • (1994) “Kohut, Gill, and the New Psychoanalytic Paradigm.” Progress in Self Psychology, 10:221-226.
  • (1994) ___________ & Atwood, G.E. “The Myth of the Isolated Mind.” Progress in Self Psychology, 10:233-250.
  • (1994) “More Integrative Than Thou: Commentary on Steven Stern’s ‘Needed Relationships’ ”. Psychoanal. Dial., 4:353-355.
  • (1994) __________ & Atwood, G.E. “Rejoinder to Richard Chessick’s ‘Radical Self-Psychology’ ”. Am. J. Psychoanal., 54:71-75.
  • (1995) “An Intersubjective View of Self Psychology.” Psychoanal. Dial., 5:393-399.
  • (1995) “Comment.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 12:583.
  • (1995) ___________ & Atwood, G.E. “Deconstructing Carveth’s Deconstruction of Intersubjectivity Theory.” Canadian J. Psychoanal., 3:255-262.
  • ◊ (1995) “Introduction: Tensions Between Loyalism and Expansionism in Self Psychology.” Progress in Self Psychology, 11:xi-xvii.
  • (1995) “Loyalism and Expansionism in Self Psychology Response to Editors’ Follow-Up Questions.” Psychoanal. Dial., 5:427-430.
  • (1995) “The Strawman Cometh.” J. Clin. Psychoanal., 4:519-526.
  • (1996) __________& Atwood, G.E. “The Intersubjective Perspective. Psychoanal. Rev., 83:181-194.
  • (1997) [Book Review] A Dynamic Systems Approach to the Development of Cognition and Action by Esther Thelen and Linda Smith. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 78:620-622.
  • (1997) Atwood, G.E. & ____________. “Deconstructing The Myth Of The Neutral Analyst: An Alternative From Intersubjective Systems Theory.” Psychoanal Q., 66:431-449.
  • (1997) Atwood, G.E. & ______________. “Defects in the Self: Liberating Concept or Imprisoning Metaphor?” Psychoanal. Dial., 7:517-522.
  • (1997) “Dynamic, Dyadic, Intersubjective Systems: An Evolving Paradigm for Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 14:337-346.
  • (1997) [Book Review] Fairbairn and the Origins of Object Relations. Edited by James S. Grotstein and Donald B. Rinsley.. Psychoanal Q., 66:521-523.
  • (1997) [Book Review] A Meeting of Minds: Mutuality in Psychoanalysis by Lewis Aron. Psychoanal. Dial., 7:859-868.
  • (1997) Atwood, G.E. & _____________ “Respond to Review.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:649-649.
  • (1998) Orange, D.M., ___________, Atwood, G.E. “Hermeneutics, Intersubjectivity Theory, and Psychoanalysis.” J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 46:568-571.
  • (1998) _____________, Atwood, G.E., Orange, D.M. “On Psychoanalytic Truth.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 79:1221.
  • (1998) ___________, Orange, D.M. & Atwood, “G.E. Projective Identification Begone!: Commentary on Paper by Susan H. Sands.” Psychoanal. Dial., 8:719-725.
  • (1998) Orange, D.M. & ______________. “Self-Disclosure from the Perspective Of Intersubjectivity Theory.” Psychoanal. Inq., 18:530-537.
  • (1999) “Antidotes, Enactments, Rituals, and the Dance of Reassurance: Comments on the Case of Joanna Churchill and Alan Kindler.” Progress in Self Psychology, 15:229-232.
  • (1999) ____________, Atwood, G.E., Orange, D.M. “Kohut and Contextualism: Toward a Post-Cartesian Psychoanalytic Theory.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:380-388.
  • (1999) “The Phenomenology of Trauma and the Absolutisms of Everyday life: A Personal Journey.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 16:464-468.
  • (1999) ___________, Orange, D.M. & Atwood, G.E. “Toward Post-Cartesian Psychoanalytic Theory: Commentary on Paper by Bruce E. Reis.” Psychoanal. Dial., 9:401-406.
  • (2000) Early Light on a “Relatively Neglected” Topic. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 48:686-687.
  • (2000) “Incommensurable Worlds.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 81:171-172.
  • (2001) ___________, Orange, D.M., Atwood, G.E. “Psychoanalysis without Descartes.” Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 82:1263-1266.
  • (2001) ___________, Orange, D.M. & Atwood, G.E. “Cartesian and Post-Cartesian Trends in Relational Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 18:468-484.
  • (2001) ____________, Orange, D.M. & Atwood, “G.E. Psychoanalysis—A Contextual Psychology: Essay in Memory of Merton M. Gill.” Psychoanal. Rev., 88:15-27.
  • (2001) Schwartz, J.M., ___________. “Trauma in a Presymbolic World.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 18:380-387.
  • (2001). “What in the (Experiential) World Is an ‘Internal Couple’ ”?. Psychoanal. Inq., 21:530-535.
  • (2001) __________, Orange, D.M. & Atwood, G.E. “World Horizons: A Post-Cartesian Alternative to the Freudian Unconscious.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 37:43-61.
  • (2002) “From Drive to Affectivity: Contextualizing Psychological Life.” Psychoanal. Inq., 22:678-685.
  • (2002) “Impasse, Affectivity, and Intersubjective Systems.” Psychoanal. Rev., 89:329-337.
  • (2002) “Meaning Is Where the Action Is: Response to Summers (2001)” Psychoanal. Psychol., 19:378-379.
  • (2002) Atwood, G.E., Orange, D.M. & ____________. “Shattered Worlds/Psychotic States: A Post-Cartesian View of the Experience of Personal Annihilation.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 19:281-306.
  • (2003) “Orange, D.M. & ____________ [Book Review] Mistaken Identity: The Mind-brain Problem Reconsidered by Leslie Brothers. Psychoanal Q., 72:515-518.
  • (2003) “On the Impossibility of Immaculate Perception—There Is No Relationship without Interpretation, and There Is No Interpretation without Relationship: A Discussion of Joye Weisel-Barth’s Clinical Case.” Progress in Self Psychology, 19:217-223.
  • (2003) “The Biographer’s New Clothes: Response to Strozier (2003) ” Psychoanal. Psychol., 20:382-384.
  • (2003) “Final Response to Strozier (2003b).” Psychoanal. Psychol., 20:388.
  • (2003) “Trauma and Temporality.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 20:158-161.
  • (2004) “Autobiographical Reflections on the Intersubjective History of an Intersubjective Perspective in Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Inq., 24:542-557.
  • (2004) “The Relevance Of Early Lacan For Psychoanalytic Phenomenology And Contextualism: Preliminary Communication.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 21:668-672.
  • (2005) “Grief Chronicles.” Psychoanal. Perspect., 3A:59-61.
  • (2005) “Prereflective Organizing Principles and the Systematicity of Experience in Kant’s Critical Philosophy.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 22:96-100.
  • (2005) “Reply to Shill (2004).” Psychoanal. Psychol., 22:141.
  • (2005. “The Contextuality of Emotional Experience.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 22:101-106.
  • (2006) “Are Moral Outrage and Clinical Empathy Mutually Exclusive? A Clinical—Philosophical Inquiry.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 1:253-262.
  • (2006) “Autobiographical and Theoretical Reflections on the ‘Ontological Unconscious’.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 42:233-241.
  • (2006) ____________, Atwood, G.E., Orange, D.M. “Contextualizing Is Not Nullifying: Reply to Mills (2005).” Psychoanal. Psychol., 23:184-188.
  • (2006) “Heidegger’s Investigative Method in Being and Time.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 23:594-602.
  • (2006) [Book Review] Reason, Desire, and Selfhood: The Sources of Normativity by Christine M. Korsgaard. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 1:121-125.
  • (2006) “Response to Hazel Ipp.” Contemp. Psychoanal., 42:249.
  • (2006) “The Relevance of Freud’s Concept of Danger-Situation for an Intersubjective-Systems Perspective.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 23:417-419.
  • (2007) “Anxiety, Authenticity, and Trauma: The Relevance of Heidegger’s Existential Analytic for Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 24:373-383.
  • (2008) “Imagine a World….” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 3:126-128.
  • (2008) Stolorow, R.D. [Book Review] Subjectivity and Selfhood: Investigating the First-Person Perspective by Dan Zahavi. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 56:1039-1043.
  • (2008) “The Contextuality and Existentiality of Emotional Trauma.” Psychoanal. Dial., 18:113-123.
  • (2009) [Book Review] Apprehending the Inaccessible: Freudian Psychoanalysis and Existential Phenomenology by Richard Askay and Jensen Farquhar. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 57:237-241.
  • (2009) “Finitude.” Psychoanal. Perspect., 6:74-74.
  • (2009) “Identify and Resurrective Ideology in An Age of Trauma.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 26:206-209.
  • (2009) “Individuality in Context.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 4:405-413.
  • (2009) “Philosophy as Therapy: The Case of Heidegger.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 4:125-131.
  • (2009) [Book Review] Radical Evil: A Philosophical Interrogation by Richard J. Bernstein. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 57:1271-1274.
  • (2010) ___________ & Atwood, G.E. “Comparing Fruit and Oranges: Response to Philip A. Ringstrom.” Psychoanal. Dial., 20:623-624.
  • (2010) ____________, Atwood, G.E. & Orange, D.M.. “Heidegger’s Nazism and the Hypostatization of Being.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:429-450.
  • (2010) “My Long-Distance Friendship With Heinz Kohut.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:177-183.
  • (2010) “Ontologizing is not Pathologizing: Reply to Ilene Philipson.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:34-36.
  • (2010) “Phenomenology is Not Metaphysics: Reply to Philip Ringstrom. Psychoanal. Psychol., 27:374-375.
  • (2010) “The Shame Family: An Outline of the Phenomenology of Patterns of Emotional Experience That Have Shame at Their Core.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 5:367-368.
  • (2011) “Portkeys, Eternal Recurrence, and the Phenomenology of Traumatic Temporality.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 6:433-436.
  • (2011) Atwood, G.E., Orange, D.M. & _____________. “The Madness and Genius of Post-Cartesian Philosophy: A Distant Mirror.” Psychoanal. Rev., 98:263-285.
  • (2011) “Toward Greater Authenticity: From Shame to Existential Guilt, Anxiety, and Grief.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 6:285-287.
  • (2012) ____________ & Atwood, G.E.. Deconstructing “The Self” of Self Psychology. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 7:573-576.
  • (2012) Atwood, G.E. & _____________. “The Demons of Phenomenological Contextualism: A Conversation.” Psychoanal. Rev., 99:267-286.
  • (2013)____________ & Atwood, G.E.. “Metaphysicalizing Experiential Selfhood: Reply to Tomas Videgård.” Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol., 8:121-125.
  • (2013) ___________ & Atwood, G.E “The Tragic and the Metaphysical in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis.” Psychoanal. Rev., 100:405-421.

Tallmer, Margot

  • (1979-80) [Book Review] So The Witch Won’t Eat Me by Dorothy Bloch. Psychoanal. Rev., 66:620-622.
  • (1989) “The Death of an Analyst.” Psychoanal. Rev., 76:529-542.
  • (1992) “The Aging Analyst.” Psychoanal. Rev., 79:381-404.
  • (1994) [Book Review] The Suicidal Child by Cynthia R. Pfeffer. Psychoanal. Rev., 81:743-745.

Teitelbaum, Stefanie

  • (2005) [Film review:] “The Piano Teacher,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol 92 #1. pp. 153-158.
  • (2007) [Film review] “Moolaade,” Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 94 #6.  pp. 967-974.
  • (2008) “Allergic” to People,” American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 68: 177-188.
  • (2011) “The Echo Injury,” Other/Wise: The Online Journal of IFPE, vol. 6, Fall. www.ifpe.org.
  • (2012) “Just Eat My Fingers: Feasting on the Primary Process.” Other/Wise: the Online Journal of IFPE, vol. 9, Winter. www.ifpe.org

Varga, Michael

  • (2005) “Analysis of Transference as Transformation of Enactment,” Psychoanal. Rev., 92:659-674. […]
  • (2006) “A Clinical Approach to Transforming Enactment.” Psychoanal. Rev., 93:411-435.
  • (2010) “Integrating Classical and Relational Psychoanalysis: The Therapeutic Action of Analyst’s and Patient’s Interacting Transferences.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:531-556.
  • (2010) “The Analytic Power of Limited Autonomy: Response to Paul Deasy and Arnold Wilson.” Psychoanal. Rev., 97:573-578.

Wagner, Aleksandra

  • (1999) “Sociological Practice and Psychoanalytic Interventions: Constructing the Bronx Experience”. The Discourse of Sociological Practice, pp. 14-28.
  • (1999) Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet by Sherry Turkle. The Psychohistory Review, Winter, pp. 113-116.
  • (2005) “Upon Reading What She Said, or On Making of the Female Psychoanalyst;” “A Life of Passion and Conviction: Memories of Edith Jacobson. An interview with David Milrod” Edith Jacobson: A Life, Work, and Memories.  Eds., Ulrike May & Elke Muehlleitner.  Giessen: Psychosozial Verlag, pp. 241-275; 339-352 [in German]
  • (2005) “The ‘Voice’ of the Analyzand and the ‘Subject’ of Diagnosis”. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 41(2): 281-305 (with Siamak Movahedi).
  • [Book Review]
  • (2007) [Book Review]Understanding Dissidence and Controversy in the History of Psychoanalysis. Edited by Martin Bergmann.  The Psychoanalytic Review, 94(3), pp. 513-516.  Republished at http://internationalpsychoanalysis.net/wpcontent?uploads2007/09/dissidencecontroversyreview.pdf]

Wolf, Robert

  • (l973) “Art Therapy in Educational Settings,” The American Journal of Art Therapy, Volume l2, No. 2.
  • (l975) “Art Psychotherapy With a Delinquent Adolescent: An Innovative Approach for Special Education”, International Journal of Art Psychotherapy.
  • (1976) “On the Identity of an Art Therapist in Alternative Settings”, Annual Proceedings of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • (1976) “The Use of Instant Photography in the Establishment of a Therapeutic Alliance”, Annual Proceedings of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • (1976) “The Polaroid Technique: Spontaneous Dialogues from the Unconscious.”
  • The International Journal of Art Psychotherapy, Volume 3. Also published in Dynamics of Creativity: the Annual Proceedings of The American Art Therapy Association (l977).
  • (1978) “The Quality Art Therapist”, Annual Proceedings of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • (l978) Creative Expressive Therapy: An Integrative Case Study, International Journal of Art Psychotherapy, Volume 5.
  • (l979) “Re-Experiencing Winnicott’s Environmental Mother: Implications for Art Psychotherapy of Antisocial Youth in Special Education,” The International Journal of Art Psychotherapy.
  • (l982) “Instant Photo Therapy: Some Theoretical and Clinical Considerations for its Use in Special Education”, Phototherapy:  An Interdisciplinary Journal.
  • (l983) “Instant Photo Therapy With Children and Adolescents”, chapter in Phototherapy in Mental Health, Charles Thomas, Publisher.
  • (l985) “Image Inductions in the Countertransference: A Revision of the Totalistic View”, Art Therapy, October.
  • (1990) “Visceral Learning: The Integration of Aesthetic and Creative Process in Education and Psychotherapy”, Art Therapy, July, pp. 60-69.
  • (2007) Introductory Chapter, Textbook on Ernest Zierer, Ruder/Finn, Publisher.
  • (2007) “Advances In Phototherapy Training”, The International Journal Of Arts In Psychotherapy, 34:124-133.
  • (2010) “Lessons From the Past: A Photographic Journey Through Cambodia, Thailand and Laos”, (second edition) February, Blurb.com.
  • (2010) “No One Can Hear Me Scream”: The integration of expressive therapy techniques, creative processing of countertransference inductions and the use of metaphor in the psychoanalytically oriented outpatient treatment of a woman artist with schizoaffective disorder, Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 7(2): 279-296, Fall. Simultaneously published by the author in book form with additional illustrations and text at http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1680062)
  • (2013) “Photo Therapy”, Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy: A Guidebook for Mental Health Practitioners and Educators, John Wiley and Sons.

Zellner, Margaret

  • (2004) Pansepp, J. & _____________, “Toward a Neurologically Based Theory of Aggression”. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale.  17(2), pp. 37-62.
  • (2006) __________ & Rinaldi, R., “Separation, Motivation, and Depression:  Neonatal Isolation Reduces food-related Operant Responding in Rats.”  Psychological Record, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp. 371-386.
  • (2009) ________, Kest, K., & Rinaldi, R., “NMDA Receptor Antagonism in VTA Impairs Acqisition, but Not Expression, of Instrumental Responding.” Behavioral Brain Research, 197: pp. 442-449.
  • (2010) Rinaldi, R., Kest, K, _________, Lubelski, D., Muller, J., Cruz, Y., and Saliba M., “The Effects of VTA NMDA Receptor Antagonism on Reward-related Learning and Associated c-fos Expression in Forebrain.”
  • (2010) ________ & Rinaldi, R., “How Conditioned Stimuli Acquire the Ability to Activate VTA Dopamine Cells: A Proposed Neurological Component of Reward-related Learning.” Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 34: 769-780.
  • (2011) “The Cognitive Unconscious Seems Related to the Dynamic Unconscious, but It’s Not the Whole Story.” Neuropsychoanalysis, 13(1): (59-63).
  • (2011) ______, Watt, D., Solms, M. & Panksepp, J., “Affective Neuroscientific & Neuropsychoanalytic Approaches to Two Intractable Psychiatric Problems: Why Depression Feels So Bad and What Addicts Really Want,” Neuro-science and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35: 2000-2008.
  • (2011) Rinaldi, R., Kest, K, ________, Hachimine Semprebom, P. “Environmental Enrichment, Administered After Establishment of Cocaine Self-administration, Reduces Lever Pressing in Extinction and During a Cocaine Context Renewal Test.” Behavioral Pharmacology, 22(4): 347-353.
  • (2012) Solms, M. & ________, “Freudian Drive Theory and Contemporary Neuroscince,” In Trends in Neuropsychoanalysis: Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Cognitive Neuroscience in Dialogue,  Fotopoulou, A., Pfaff, D.W., & Conway, M.A., eds.,York & London: Oxford University Press.
  • (2012) Solms, M. & ________, “Emotion in Freudian Metapsychology and Contemprary Psychoanalysis,” In Trends in Neuropsychoanalysis: Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Cognitive Neuroscience in Dialogue, Fotopoulou, A., Pfaff, D.W., & Conway, M.A., eds.,York & London: Oxford University Press.
  • (2012) Solms, M. & ________, “The Freudian Unconscious and Evidence from Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience,” In Trends in Neuropsychoanalysis: Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Cognitive Neuroscience in Dialogue, Fotopoulou, A., Pfaff, D.W., & Conway, M.A., eds.,York & London: Oxford University Press.