Click Here to Read: Magic mushrooms in the europsychoanalytical framework on the Guardian UK website on January 25, 2012.
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Click Here to Read: Grief Could Join List of Disorders By Benedict Carey in the New York Times on January 24, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Dogs & Psychoanalysis, Part 1: Sigmund Freud’s Case of Puppy Love By Edie Jarolim ont the Will My Dog Hate Me blog on January 24, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Sigmund Freud on the Rare Library.com website.
Click Here to Read: The secret love letters of Martha Bernays and Sigmund Freud By Benjamin Ivry in Haaretz on January 24, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalytic treatment for autism: Interviews with French analysts on the Bishop Blog January 23, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Autism and French Psychoanalysis on this website.
Click Here to Read: A French Film Takes Issue With the Psychoanalytic Approach to Autism on this website.
Click Here to Read: New Definition of Autism Will Exclude Many, Study Suggests on this website.
Click Here to Read: Men Struggle for Rape Awareness By Roni Caryb Rabin in the New York Times on January 23, 2012.
ASSAULTED Keith Smith of East Windsor, N.J., was raped when he was a 14-year-old hitchhiker.
Click Here to Read: Autism and French Psychoanalysis by Stuart Schneiderman on the Had Enough Therapy? blog on January 21, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Todd Essig’s Article which reposts: Tamar Adler on Paula Deen’s Diabetes: Food, Comfort, and Balance on Forbes Magazine website on January 20,2012.
Click Here to Read: ‘Goldilocks’: Balancing learning and self-esteem, Letter to the Editor of the Washington Post by Herbert Gross on January 21, 2012.
Click Here to Read: The article Herbert Gross was respondidng to: In schools, self-esteem boosting is losing favor to rigor, finer-tuned praise By Michael Alison Chandler in the Washington Post on January 15, 2012.
Click Here to Read: The Culture of Freud: Three Visions of Psychoanalysis from the Theater on the This Side of the blog on the Cambridge University Blog on January 18, 2012.
Click Here to Read: New Definition of Autism Will Exclude Many, Study Suggests By Benedict Carey in the New York Times on January 19, 2012.
Mary Meyer, right, of Ramsey, N.J., said that a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome was crucial for her daughter, Susan, 37.
Click Here to Read: Tent City University – one of the most remarkable aspects of Occupy London, The facilities are basic, but the guest lecturers are impressive and the students are engaged and ferociously well informed by Peter Walker in guardian.co.uk on January 19, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Lechery, Immodesty and the Talmud By Dov Linzer in the New York Times on January 19, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Mothers, Babies, Psychoanalysts, Pediatricians by Claudia M Gold on her Child In Mind Blog in the Boston Globe on January 16, 2012.
Click Here to Read: The Idea of Happiness By Ashis Nandy in the Economic and Political Weekly on January 14, 2012.
Jonathan House sends us this thoughtful discourse on the Happiness Industry, written by Ashis Nandy, a social theorist. He is skeptical about our “clenched teeth pursuit of happiness.” His conclusion hews closer to Freud’s more somber (or sober) view of life. Nandy starts with (more…)
Berkeley Prof. Demands Open Access to the People
Nathan Szajnberg, MD, Managing Editor
Professor Michael Eisen, at Berkeley, insists that research paid for by the U.S. taxpayer belongs to the public. Yet, he writes that profit-making journals are trying to make the public pay twice to read the results of their funded research:
“Since 2009, the results of that research have been available free of charge (more…)
Click Here to Read: Oops! Another Flawed Report on Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; More double standards and exaggerated critiques against psychodynamic therapy by Jared DeFife on his Shrink Tank blog on the Psychology Today blogs on January 15, 2012.
Click Here To Read: Cracking Open the Scientific Process by Thomas Lin in the New York Times on January 16, 2011.
For science, open-access online journals are jostling the profit-making paper journals. This continues the argument that publicly funded research belongs to the people, not the publishers.
Click Here to Read: Berkeley Prof. Demands Open Access to the People on this website.
Scientists argue that online publication fosters a more open form of peer review, rather than the slower-moving, more restricted nineteenth century paper journals. Further, online permits greater access to both (more…)