The Psychoanalytic study of the child
v. 31 1976 ～ v. 69 2015
founding editors, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartmann, Ernst Kris ; managing editor, Albert J. Solnit ; editors, Ruth S. Eissler, Peter B. Neubauer, Albert J. Solnit
"Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Sigmund Freud" includes 'A Forward View' by Samuel Abrams. "Little Hans Revisited" contains: "Updating Little Hans" by Samuel Abrams; "Little Hans in the History of Child Analysis" by Elizabeth Young-Bruehl; "Little Hans" by Harold P. Blum; "Little Hans and Attachment Theory" by Jerome C. Wakefield; "The Psychoanalytic Process in the Treatment of Little Hans" by Joseph S. Bierman; "The Grafs: Father (Max) and Son (Herbert a.k.a. Little Hans)" by Eugene Halpert; and, "Exploring Little Hans" by Eugene Halpert. "Applied Psychoanalysis" contains: "August Aichhorn: A Different Vision of Psychoanalysis, Children, and Society" by Isaac R. Galatzer-Levy & Robert M. Galatzer-Levy, and, "Interdisciplinary Psychoanalysis and the Education of Children" by Jonathan Cohen. "Treatment of Children of Trauma and Disruption" contains: "Still Searching for the Best Interests of the Child" by Alicia F. Lieberman & William W. Harris; "Repeating and Recalling Preverbal Memories Through Play" by Inge-Martine Pretorius; and, "From Loss to H.O.P.E.S.
Safeguarding the Two and a Half Years' Analysis of an Eight year-old Boy with Multiple Diagnoses in Foster Care" by Katerina Strati. "Child Psychoanalytic Technique" contains: "Do Children Get Better When We Interpret Their Defenses Against Painful Feelings?" by Leon Hoffman. "Adult Development" contains: "Kafka's 'Letter to His Father' and 'The Judgment'" by Samuel Ritvo, and, "Transience During Midlife as an Adult Psychic Organizer" by Calvin A. Colarusso & Guillermo Julio Montero.
"Infant-Parent Research & Intervention<br>A. SCOTT DOWLING<br>Introduction<br>BEATRICE BEEBE<br>Mother-Infant Research Informs Mother-Infant Treatment<br>TESSA BARADON<br>"What Is Genuine Maternal Love?"<br>ARIETTA SLADE, LOIS SADLER, CHERYL DE DIOS-KENN, DENISE WEBB, JANICE EZEPCHICK, & LINDA MAYES<br>Minding the Baby<br>JUDITH ARONS<br>"In a Black Hole"<br>ALEXANDRA MURRAY HARRISON<br>Herding the Animals into the Barn<br>"Psychoanalytic Research<br>NICK MIDGLEY & MARY TARGET<br>Recollections of Being in Child Psychoanalysis<br>RONA KNIGHT<br>The Process of Attachment and Autonomy in Latency<br>"Clinical Studies<br>KAREN GILMORE<br>Play in the Psychoanalytic Setting<br>LISSA WEINSTEIN & LAURENCE SAUL<br>Psychoanalysis as Cognitive Remediation<br>SILVIA VISSCHER BELL<br>A Girl's Experience of Disfiguring Trauma<br>"Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Future and the Past<br>HAROLD P. BLUM<br>Psychoanalytic Reconstruction and Reintegration<br>CORNELIS HEIJN<br>On Foresight<br>
In the latest volume in the esteemed series Victoria Todd, Jack and Kerry Kelly Novick, and Norka T. Malberg look at issues involving the child analyst at work; and Frederick L. Meisel, Victoria Todd, Aerin Hyun, write about on children affected by medical illness. The volume also includes contributions from Adele Kaufman, Bernadette Kovach, Wendy Olesker, and Judith A. Yanof; contriubtions from Denia G. Barrett, Sun Ju Chung and Calvin Colarusso, Spencer Bloch, Susan Scheftel, and Ehud Koch.
Symposium on HateWayne Downey, M.D. "Notes on Hate and Hating "Linda Mayes, M.D. "Discussion of Downey's "Notes on Hate and Hating""Ernst Prelinger, Ph.D. "Thoughts on Hate "Edward R. Shapiro, M.D. "Discussion of Prelinger's "Thoughts on Hate" " Clinical papersSusan Sherkow, M.D. "Further Reflections on the "Watched" Play State, Play Interruptions, and the Capacity to Play Alone "Barbara Novak "From Chaos to Developmental Growth "Silvia M. Bell, Ph.D. "Early Vulnerability in the Development in the Phallic Narcissistic Phase "Howard M. Katz, M.D. "Motor Action, Emotion, and Motive"""Papers on TechniqueM. Barrie Richmond, M.D. "Counter Responses as Organizers in Adolescent Analysis and Therapy"Lawrence N. Levenson, M.D. "Resistance to Self-observation in Psychoanalytic Treatment " Papers on TheoryA. Scott Dowling, M.D. "A Reconsideration of the Concept of Regression "John M. Jemerin, M.D. "Latency and the Capacity to Reflect on Mental States "Harold Blum, M.D. "Two Principles of Mental Functioning Contributions from Developmental Psychology"Golan Shahar, Ph.D., et al. "Representations in Action Susan A. Bers, Ph.D., et al. The Sense of Self in Anorexia Nervosa Patients"
The latest volume in the esteemed series features sections on discontinuities and continuities in development, highlighting transformational and nonlinear processes; clinical contributions on developing emotional resilience in children and parents, the role of interpretation in child analysis, and conjoint treatment for children with attachment disturbances; developmental perspectives on conscience development in young children and the assessment of older adults; and psychoanalytic perspectives on artistic creativity, as illustrated in the treatment of a young artist and the work of Oskar Kokoschka. A final section, "Imagining the unimaginable", includes psychoanalytic reflections on September 11th and the controversial question of death's psychic representability.
The latest volume in the esteemed series features special sections devoted to sibling relationships and to working with parents of adolescents. Other contributions address the adolescent's use of cyberspace to regulate intimacy in psychotherapy, the evolution of traumatic memories over the course of development, and the role of the other in object relations models. A section tracing the evolution of child psychoanalysis includes Anna Freud's own provocative commentary titled "There Has Never Been Anything Like a Classical Child Analysis".
The latest volume in the esteemed series includes essays on 'Perspectives on Creativity' by Frances Lang, Joan Raphael-Leff, and Susam Scheftel; 'Play and Representation' by Josephine L. Wright, Katharine Gould, Pamela Meersand, and Nicole Vliegen; 'Clinical Research' by Susan P. Sherkow, Sarah Kamens, and Laura Loewenthal; 'Theory' by Moshe Halevy Spero; and, 'Technique' by Ivan Sherick, and Alan Sugarman.
This title features a chapter When Baby Makes Three or Four or More: Attachment, Individuation, and Identity in Assisted-Conception Families by Diane Ehrensaft. Contributions from developmental psychology include: Patrick Luyten, Nicole Vliegen, Boudewijn Van Houdenhove, and Sidney J. Blatt. This title discusses topics such as Equifinality, Multifinality, and the Rediscovery of the Importance of Early Experiences: Pathways from Early Adversity to Psychiatric and (Functional) Somatic Disorders. Susan P. Sherkow, Lissa Weinstein, Sarah R. Kamens, Matthew Megyes, Lynn P. Tishman, and Cheryl Williams presented the chapter Stock-Still Behavior: A Potential Developmental Marker.Clinical contributions include: Virginia M. Shiller's Therapeutic Work with a Physically Abused Preschooler; Thomas F. Barrett's Manic Defenses against Loneliness in Adolescence; and, Ruth Sharabany and Etziona Israeli's The Dual Process of Adolescent Immigration and Relocation: From Country to Country and from Childhood to Adolescence - Its Reflection in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
This title contains a section Applied Psychoanalysis that includes: Susan Scheftel's The Children's Books of William Steig: A Creative Representation of Early Separation and Resiliency and Richard M. Gottlieb's Maurice Sendak's Trilogy: Disappointment, Fury, and Transformation through Art.Historical contributions include: Moshe Halevi Spero's The Civilization of Discontent: Notes on the Hidden Sources of Unbehagen in Freud's Analysis of Civilization and Harold P. Blum's A Further Excavation of Seduction, Seduction Trauma, and the Seduction Theory. This work also features a section Study Group on Transformations in Psychoanalysis that includes: Wendy Olesker and Claudia Lament's Conceptualizing Transformations in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis; Claudia Lament's Transformation into Adolescence; Rona Knight's Blood, Sweat, and Tears - The Effort of Narrative Change in Psychoanalysis; and, Samuel Abrams' Transformation: Identifying a Specific Mode of Change: Descriptive and Conceptual Considerations.
This distinguished annual contains outstanding original papers in psychoanalytic theory and practice. It brings together findings from all areas of analytic research and offers a rich mixture of clinical and theoretical material.
CLINICAL CONTRIBUTIONS Ruth K. Karush, The Vicissitudes of Aggression in a Toddler: A Clinical Contribution Jill C. Herbert, The Analytic Pair in Action: Finding the Missing Mental Life: An Intersubjective Approach Lenore C. Terr, Joseph H. Beitchman, Kenneth Braslow, Geri Fox, Aubrey Metcalf, Maria Pease, Lynn Ponton, William Sack, and Saul Wasserman, Children?s Turn-Arounds in Psychotherapy: The Doctor?s Gesture Landrum Tucker, Jr., The Grandparent Syndrome: A Case Study THE CHILD ANALYST AT WORK Rachel G. Seidel, Anna, Leaving Home: An Adolescent Girl?s Journey Commentaries on Rachel G. Seidel?s ?Anna, Leaving Home: An Adolescent Girl?s Journey", by Charles E. Parks, Samuel Abrams, Judith A. Yanof, E. Kirsten Dahl THEORETICAL CONTRIBUTIONS Mitchel Becker and Boaz Shalgi, The Dialectic Between Self-Determination and Intersubjectivity in Creating the Experience of Self Ilan Harpaz-Rotem and Anni Bergman, On an Evolving Theory of Attachment: Rapprochement: Theory of a Developing Mind Fred Pine, A Note on Some Microprocesses of Identification RESEARCH STUDIES Stuart T. Hauser, Eve Golden, and Joseph P. Allen, Albert J. Solnit Award paper: Narrative in the Study of Resilience Olivia Lempen and Nick Midgley, Exploring the Role of Children?s Dreams in Psychoanalytic Practice Today: A Pilot Study Miri Keren, Adi Ron-Miara, Ruth Feldman, and Samuel Tyano, Some Reflections on Infancy-Onset Trichotillomania APPLIED PSYCHOANALYSIS Frederick C. Miller, Successful Mourning: Maternal Loss and Grieving by Proxy in Fly Away Home Paul Schwaber, For Better and For Worst: Romeo and Juliet Matthew Issac Cohen and Phyllis M. Cohen, Psychopathic Characters on the Stage of Stephen Sondheim Daniel Jacobs, Blanche, Stella, Tennessee and Rose: The Sibling Relationship in A Streetcar Named Desire Eugene Mahon, The Invention of Purgatory: A Note on the Historical Pedigree of the Superego
Founders' Award winner: in her mother's voice, E. Kirsten Dahl. Research: the history and current status of outcome research at The Anna Freud Centre, Peter Fonagy and Mary Target. Theory: extra-transference interpretation, Arthur S. Couch
thinking about thinking about "Thinking about Thinking", Zenos M. Linnell
dreams within dreams, Eugene J. Mahon
the superego, its formation, structure, and functioning, David Milrod. Development: female sexuality, Nancy Kulish
the illusion of parental celibacy, Moisy Shopper. Clinical contributions: a psychoanalytical approach to integrating family and individual therapy in the treatment of adolescents, Mitchel Becker and M. Boaz Shalgi
little orphan Anastasia, T. Wayne Downey
the littlest balls ever company, Anne Erreich
fathers facing their daughters' emerging sexuality, Anita Weinreb Katz
escaping gravity, Howard M. Katz
the character of the exception as a defence against deformity, Ken Robinson
the analysis of a pre-adolescent girl with primal scene fantasies, Susan P. Sherkow
language, transference and the developmental context in child analysis, Lissa Weinstein. Historical: the language of flowers, Barbara S. Rocah
the body in adolescent diaries, Inge Seiffge-Krenke
a visit to the Budapest school, Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. Applications: the influence of Marianismo on pyschoanalytic work with Latinas, Norma I. Cofresi
a joke in a dream, Eugene J. Mahon
rage to order, Joan Wexler.
Part 1 Development: the development of a capacity for imagination in early childhood, Linda C. Mayes and Donald J. Cohen
dreams - a developmental and longitudinal perspective, Eugene J. Mahon
on feeling and being felt with, Erna Furman
latency development in children of primary nurturing fathers - eight-year follow-up, Kyle D. Pruett and Brian Litzenberger
some refinements of the separation -individuation concept in light of research on infants, Fred Pine. Part 2 Psychoanalytic theory: thinking through the hungry baby - towards a new pleasure principle, Charles D. Levin
on narcissistic defenses, Charles Hanley
did Dora have an Oedipus complex? a reexamination of the theoretical context of Freud's "Fragment of Analysis", Rachel B. Blass
attachment and separateness - a theoretical context for the integration of object relations with self psychology, Rachel B. Blass and Sidney J. Blatt
Winnicott's antitheory and Winnicott's art - his significance for adult analysis, Gerald I. Fogel. Part 3 Character: what does psychoanalysis have to contribute to the understanding of character?, Herbert J. Schlesinger
maturational and experiential components of character formation, Duncan McLean
confronting dilemmas in the study of character, Samuel Abrams. Part 4 Clinical contributions: narcissistic disorders in children, Phyllis Beren
rescue fantasies and the secret benefactor, Robert D. Gillman
the boy from outer space - an explanation of psychotic catastrophe, Janet MacDonald
the function of humour in a four-year-old, Eugene J. Mahon
transformations of transference, Robert S. White. Part 5 Applied psychoanalysis: the moment of recognition - Rabbinic discourse, infancy, and psychoanalysis, Alan J. Flashman
some psychoanalytic implications of Chinese philosophy and child-rearing practices, Nadine M. Tang
Hilda Doolittle and creativity - Freud's gift, Arlene Kramer Richards.
Symposium on Hate
Wayne Downey, M.D. Notes on Hate and Hating
Linda Mayes, M.D. Discussion of Downey's "Notes on Hate and Hating"
Ernst Prelinger, Ph.D. Thoughts on Hate
Edward R. Shapiro, M.D. Discussion of Prelinger's "Thoughts on Hate"
Susan Sherkow, M.D. Further Reflections on the "Watched" Play State, Play Interruptions, and the Capacity to Play Alone
Barbara Novak From Chaos to Developmental Growth
Silvia M. Bell, Ph.D. Early Vulnerability in the Development in the Phallic Narcissistic Phase
Howard M. Katz, M.D. Motor Action, Emotion, and Motive Papers on Technique
M. Barrie Richmond, M.D. Counter Responses as Organizers in Adolescent Analysis and Therapy
Lawrence N. Levenson, M.D. Resistance to Self-observation in Psychoanalytic Treatment
Papers on Theory
A. Scott Dowling, M.D. A Reconsideration of the Concept of Regression
John M. Jemerin, M.D. Latency and the Capacity to Reflect on Mental States
Harold Blum, M.D. Two Principles of Mental Functioning Contributions from Developmental Psychology
Golan Shahar, Ph.D., et al. Representations in Action
Susan A. Bers, Ph.D., et al. The Sense of Self in Anorexia Nervosa Patients
Part 1 Psychoanalytic theory: some theoretical and technical aspects of gender and social reality in clinical psychoanalysis, Donald M.Kaplan
the analyst's stance and the method of free association, Anton O.Kris
the ego ideal, David Milrod
reflections on the sense of entitlement, Raphael Moses, Rena Moses-Hrushovski
portal aspects of memory overlay in psychoanalysis, Moshe Halevi Spero. Part 2 Development: attachment and separateness, Sidney J.Blatt, Rachel B.Blass
play narratives in 36-month old children, Helen K.Buchsshaum, Robert N.Emde
enduring sadness, Donald J.Cohen
the third individuation, Calvin A.Colarusso
boundaries, limitations and the wish for fusion in the treatment of adolescents, H.Shmuel Erlich. Part 3 Clinical contributions: the analysis of a latency boy, Audrey Gavshon
the role of fantasy in the treatment of a severely disturbed child, Adele M.Kaufman
an imaginary brother, Ruth F.Lax
somatization and dreamwork, Anna Potamianou. Part 4 Transference and countertransference: fragment of an analysis, Steven V.Daniels
adventure in the outdoors, Alexandra M.Harrison. Part 5 Self-esteem and shame: developmental aspects of self esteem in the analysis of an 11 year old boy, Steven Luria Ablon
the oedipal organization of shame, Robert D.Gillman
the development and functioning of the sense of shame, Clifford Yorke et al
orienting perspectives on shame and self-esteem, Samuel Abrams. Part 6 Termination of analysis: comments on termination in child, adolescent and adult analysis, Jack Novick
some issues affecting termination, Marianne Parsons
termination in midadolescence, Anita G.Schmukler. Part 7 Applied analysis: the secret garden - a therapeutic metaphor, Barbara R.Almond
Alain-Fournier, Stanley A.Leavy
who's afraid in Virginia Woolfe? clues to early sexual abuse in literature, Lenore C.Terr.
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