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In this article, as Editor Emeritus, I review the early evolution of the Journal. It began with the Bulletin, of which I was Editor. It became necessary to give more attention and space to the publication of group discussions and panels. The early days of the Journal were characterized at times...
This paper demonstrates clinically that the interactional features of a transference neurosis are the waking equivalents of a manifest dream. Through analytic investigation of the emerging repetitive extraverbal elements of apparent transference resistance behavior, it is discovered that the...
As part of a prospective, longitudinal study of psychoanalytic outcome, 22 patients were evaluated for changes in their level of reality testing. These patients had been accepted for supervised psychoanalysis with candidates in training by senior analysts who had diagnosed them as neurotic....
This paper compares the rules that govern clinical understanding in classical psychoanalysis and in self psychology. The rules of understanding in the two systems are fundamentally different. Self psychology interprets causes and relies on interpretive rules similar to those used in allegory....
Previous interpretations have not adequately explained the presence of focal neurological signs, delirium, and a variety of highly specific disturbances of perception, language, and sensorium in the case of Anna O. Examination of the neurological details suggests that Anna suffered from complex...
The role of therapeutic strategy within psychoanalytic technique is described. An antistrategic bias inherent in certain aspects of the “classical” technique is explored in relation to the historical development of psychoanalysis. Clinical expertise, which includes the making of strategic or...
Drawing on concepts and data from psychoanalysis, neuroscience, ethology, and experimental psychology, this paper suggests that affects are the prime movers of human motivation and, have, in addition, these properties:(1) they are neurophysiologically generated, sensationlike signals originating...
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