Archive for the 'Papers' Category
Click Here to Read: Traces of Psychology: The Art Historical Writings of Ernst Kris by Thomas Roeske From: American Imago Volume 58, Number 1, Spring 2001 p. 463-477 | 10.1353/aim.2001.0003 In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
Click Here to Read: Review of Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art (1952) By Ernst Kris, Reviewed by RicahrdsD. Chessick, M.D., PH.D. American Journal of Psychiatry. 2001; 158:506-507. 10.1176/appi.ajp.158.3.506 . Madison, Conn., International Universities Press, 2000, 398 pp., $29.95 (paper).
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It is 2009: 100 years since Freud brought psychoanalysis to America delivering his introductory lectures at Clark University. The world has changed vastly since Freud created his baby. What kid of parent would he have been during separation/individuation, adolescence, and adulthood? And, just what is psychoanalytic work in today’s world? This paper touches on the some of the developmental difficulties of psychoanalysis, and suggests that, unlike Freud and his disciples, we try to listen to each other with open minds and a learning ears. We must respect the separation/individuation phase and cultivate our acceptance of “the other.” Individuation implies autonomy, seemingly at odds with institute life here in America. Factionalism during what some call the demise of psychoanalysis is suicidal. Listening to like minded individuals is soothing and helpful, but listening as well to those who challenge ‘received wisdom’ can lead to growth. As for psychoanalytic work – I will talk briefly about how I have evolved from my orthodox roots.
Click Here To Read The Rest of her Talk: Psychoanalytic Work in Today’s World: What Would Freud Think? by Jane S. Hall from the conference.
Click Here to Read: Rethinking Academic Psychiatry by Arthur Kleinman in The British Journal of Psychiatry ( BJP December 2012 201:421-422),
Click Here to Read: The Importance of Being Human from the Freud Museum Archives. This roundtable discussion took place on May 4, 2011.
Click Here to Read: The Pursuit of the Nazi Mind with Dr Martin Waugh’s Lecture in the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Archives.
Click Here to Read: Critique of Conflict Theory by Mats Winther on his website.
Click Here to Read: Lionel Trilling “Freud and Literature.”
This article originally appeared as: Trilling, Lionel. (1940) “Freud and Literature.” (1940) . The Liberal Imagination: Essays on Literature and Society. London: Martin Secker and Warburg, 1951. 34-57 and appears here with all requisite rights and permssions.
Click Here to Read: NYPSI CENTENNIAL PROGRAM: Classical Papers Revisited A Discussion of Annie Reich’s Enduring Contributions as seen in her paper: Annie Reich: Pathological Forms of Self Esteem Regulation, PSC 15: 215-232 by Josephine Wright, M.D. on March 15th, 2011.
Click Here to Read: Mourning and melancholia revisited: correspondences between principles of Freudian metapsychology and empirical findings in neuropsychiatry by Robin L Carhart-Harris, Helen S Mayberg, Andrea L Malizia, and David Nutt in the Annals of General Psychiatry, v.7; 2008.
Click Here to Read: The real story of Sabina Spielrein: or fantasies vs. facts of a life by Henry Zvi Lothane, MD. This paper is previously unpublished.
Click Here to Read: Tender Love and Transference: Unpublished Letters of C. G. Jung and Sabina Spielrein by Henry Zvi Lothane.
This paper originally appeared as: Lothane, Henry
Zvi (1999). Tender Love and Transference: Unpublished Letters of C. G. Jung and Sabina Spielrein. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 80:1189—1204 and (more…)
Click Here to Read: Listening like a Writer: Life stand still here. What Creative Writers Can Teach Us about the Psychoanalytic Process by Fred Griffin. This paper is previously unpublished.
Click Here to Read: The Mirror and the Mask—On Narcissism and Psychoanalytic Growth. Philip M. Bromberg, Ph.D.
This article originally appeared as Bromberg, Philip M. (1983). The Mirror and the Mask—On Narcissism and Psychoanalytic Growth. Contemporary Psychoanalysis 19:359-387 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.
Philip M. Bromberg
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis by Ellen Pinsky from the Three Penny Review.
Click Here to View: Arnold D. Richards and Arlene Kramer Richards at the 47th Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association, in Mexico City (2009): “Notes on the Theory of Technique and its Consequences for Technique.”
Click Here to Read: Psychobiology and molecular genetics of resilience by Adriana Feder, Eric J. Nestler, and Dennis S. Charney on the NIH Access website. Nat Rev Neurosci. 2009 June ; 10(6): 446–457. doi:10.1038/nrn2649.
Click Here to Read: A Non-Empirical Exploration of American Gun Culture, its Roots and Origins by Arthur Meyerson, M.D. This paper is previously unpublished.
Click Here to Read: Siegfried Bernfeld in San Francisco: A Conversation with Nathan Adler, Ph.D. In Conversation with Daniel Benveniste, Ph.D.
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Benveniste, Daniel. (2012). Siegfried Bernfeld in San Francisco: A Conversation with Nathan Adler. Fort Da: the Journal of The Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology 18: 1. and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.
Click Here to Read: A Psyche of One Voice and Many Voices: Clinical Implications of the Univocal and Polyvocal Conceptualizations of the Psyche by Daniel Benveniste. This paper was presented at FORUM 2012: An annual conference on Theory and Practice on April 14, 2012.