Click Here to View: Id, Ego, and Superego. An excerpt from old educational film about Freud on YouTube.
Archive for May, 2010
Click Here to Read: PINE Collection, 1973-2010 of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc., Archives.
Click Here to Listen to: Darlene Ehrenberg audio on the Your Voice at TVO Parents website, origianally aired on November 24, 2009.
Click Here to Read: Ehrenberg Conference Tomorrow – 9:30 am start (not 10 am as posted on CAMH website) on the Historical and Contemporary Explorations in Psychoanalysis website.
Click Here to View: Charlie Rose Brain Series Episode Eight with Kerry Ressler, Joseph Ledoux, Antonio Damasio, Eric Kandel and David Anderson on PBS on Wednesday, May 26, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Death and the Dishwasher, a review of the book: Making Toast: A Family Story by Roger Rosenblatt, Reviewed by Leon Wieseltier on The Book: The Online Review at the New Republic Website on May 7, 2010.
February 10, 1987. Discussion of William I. Grossman and Donald M. Kaplan’s: “Three Commentaries on Gender in Freud’s Thought: A Prologue on the Psychoanalytic Theory of Sexuality” at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.
Dr. Grossman and Dr. Kaplan presented a prologue to [their] paper . . . on sexuality as exemplified by female sexuality in psychoanalytic thought. They believe that being aware of Freud’s three ways of talking about sex and gender—his “three commentaries”—is a helpful prelude to understanding his ideas. With respect to female psychology, some of Freud’s ideas were not technical. That is, the justification for what he wrote had nothing to do with the psychoanalytic method. His observations of allegedly female and male traits are examples of this, and form what the authors call the first commentary. In a psychoanalytic perspective, a trait is only of preliminary interest, because a trait fails to convey anything dynamic that is of differing significance . . . (1989). from the abstract in Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 58:179-180.
The full article is published in the book the book: Fantasy, Myth and Reality. Essays in Honor of Jacob A. Arlow Edited by H.P. Blum, Y. Kramer, A.K. Richards and A.D. Richards. Madison, CT: International Universities Press. 1988. pp. 538.
Click Below to Listen to Introduction by Aaron Esman and opening remarks by WIlliam I. Grossman
Click Below to Listen to: Donald M. Kaplan’s opening remarks.
Click Below to Listen to: Susan Sherkow’s Discussion
Click Below to Listen to: Hartvig Dahl’s Discussion
Click Below to Listen to: Roy Schafer’s Discussion
Click Below to Listen to: Open Discussion with Aaron Esman, Dr. Weiderman, and a response by William I. Grossman.
Click Below to Listen to: Open discusssion Part 2, with Arnold Rothstein and a response by Donald M. Kaplan
Click Below to Listen to: Open discussion with William I. Grossman, Frank Baudry, and a French Psychoanalyst
Click Below to Listen to: Donald M. Kaplan and William I. Grossman’s Closing Remarks
Click Here to Read: Delay sought for mental parity rules: Compliance stymied by health reforms, complexity by Joanne Wojcik on the Business Insurance website on March 17, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Madness and Evil—A Review of The Sullivanian Institute/Fourth Wall Community: The Relationship of Radical Individualism and Authoritarianism by Amy B. Siskind, Reviewed by Daniel Shaw on the International Cultic Studies Association website, vol 5 number 2, 2006.
Click Here to Read: Appendix: The Possible “Newtonian” Origin Of Beyond Psychoanalysis on the Larouche Planet website.
Click Here to Read: Psychological Science: Sigmund Freud – A Personal and Scientific Coward? by Norman Costa, Part 1 on the 3Quarks Daily website on February 1, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Psychological Science: Sigmund Freud – A Personal and Scientific Coward? by Norman Costa, Part 2 on the 3Quarks Daily website on February 1, 2010.
Click Here to Read: Sigmund Freud: A Discussion of my book: A Dream of Undying Fame: How Freud Betrayed His Mentor and Invented Psy3choanalysis, and two articles by Dr. Norman Costa Louis Breger, Ph.D.
Bertha Pappenheim or “Anna O.”
“Winter Tracks,” Photo by Mervin Stuart
Click Here to Read: The Mexico Congress Call for Proposals is now open. This announcement is for the IPA Mexico City Congress in August 2011.
Click Here to Read and View: Hitlers Children: A Powerful, Mesmerizing Dialogue between the Children of Holocaust Perpetrators and the Children of Survivors.
THE NEW YORK PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY & INSTITUTE:
Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuropsychoanalysis
247 East 82nd St., between 2nd & 3rd, NY, NY
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Yoram Yovell, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences at the University of Haifa, Israel;
Director of ISAN (Institute for the Study of Affective Neuroscience) University of Haifa
Anxiety: One or Two?
Discussant: Mark Solms, Ph.D. (more…)
Click Here to Read: Racial Fever: Freud and the Jewish Question by Eliza Slavet, Reviewed by Sander Gilman on the Shofar Book Reviews website.
Click Here to Read: Home Oyfn Range, Reviews of The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey | Rabbi Harvey Rides Again | Rabbi Harvey vs. The Wisdom Kid by Steve Sheinkin, Reviewed by Ellen Handler Spitz on the Book: The Online Review of the New Republic on May 25, 2010.
The Mind-Body: Siri Hustvedt’s The Shaking Woman or a History of My Nerves, reviewed by Barbara NovakMonday, May 24th, 2010
Click Here To Read: The Mind-Body: Siri Hustvedt’s The Shaking Woman or a History of My Nerves, reviewed by Barbara Novak. Reprinted with permission of In the Loop, newsletter of the Baltimore-Washington Center for Psychoanalysis.
Click Here to Read: Other Reviews of Siri Hustvedt’s book on this website.
Click Here to Read: From the International Writers’ Festival, Jerusalem. First post from Bob Goldfarb’s blog on the Jewish Journal’s website on May 4, 2010.
Click Here to to to Maurice Preter’s blog: Then click the link on that page to listen to: A conversation between Siri Hustvedt and Maurice Preter MD Podcast of ColumbiaU P&S event. Please be patient as it may take a a minute or two for the link to the conversation to activate.
Click Here to Read: Flyer for The Psychoanaytic Institute Affiliated with NYU School of Medicine Summer Program Schedule.