Archive for the 'Papers' Category

Opening Remarks by Art Lynch at Wuhan, China

Friday, September 20th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Opening Remarks by Art Lynch, Ph.D. at The 9th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Association for Mental Health, Psychological Therapy and Psychological Counseling Professional Committee.

Listening like a Writer: A presentation on analytic listening by Fred Griffin

Monday, September 16th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Listening like a Writer: A presentation on analytic listening by Fred Griffin.  This paper is previously unpublished.

“What Does Not Change”

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  “What Does Not Change”: Technique and Effects in Psychoanalysis The author states “psychoanalysis is not defined by its technique but by its effects.” He then discusses the wide-ranging implications of this view for the practice of psychoanalysis By J. Todd Dean, MD ont he APA Division n30 website.

 

“Only Connect” A Dictum for Psychoanalysis and Life by Henry Friedman

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Click Here to Read:  “Only Connect” A Dictum for Psychoanalysis and Life by Henry J.  Friedman.  This paper is previously unpublished.

The Ego and the “Apex” Paradox by D. B. Sleeth

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  The Ego and the “Apex” Paradox: Integrating the Structural Theory Of Kernberg’s Self/Object Units and Kohut’s Bipolar Self Part I: The Tripartite Ego by D. B. Sleeth, Ph.D.

Hellmuth Kaiser Seminar in New Haven 1955

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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Click Here to Read: Hellmuth Kaiser Seminar in New Haven 1955.  A seminar led by Hellmuth Kaiser, approximately 1955 in the New Haven area. The original tape recording was provided by Dr.Thomas Munson,

Why the Self Is Empty Toward a Historically Situated Psychology by Philip Cushman

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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Click Here Read:   Why the Self Is Empty Toward a Historically Situated Psychology  by Philip Cushman.

This article originally appeared as Cushman, Philip: (May 1990).  Why the Self Is Empty Toward a Historically Situated Psychology.   American Psychologist 45 (5):  599-611 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

 

Dis/Eruption: Hélène Cixous’s Écriture Féminine and the Rhetoric of Material Idealism by Amy S. Crawford

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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Click Here to Read: Dis/Eruption: Hélène Cixous’s Écriture Féminine and the Rhetoric of Material  Idealism by Amy S. Crawford.

This article originally appeared as Crawford, Amy S. (2006). Dis/Eruption: Hélène Cixous’s Écriture Féminine and the Rhetoric of Material  Idealism  Feminismo/s, 7, junio pp. 41-56   and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Transference and Negotiation: Sabina Berman Plots Dora and Freud by Amalia Gladhar

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Transference and Negotiation: Sabina Berman Plots Dora and Freud by Amalia Gladhart.

This paper originally appeared as Gladhart, Amalia (2009). “Transference and Negotiation: Sabina Berman Plots Dora and Freud.” Trans/Acting: Latin American and Latino Performing Arts. Ed. Jacqueline E. Bixler and Laurietz  Seda.  Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 125-42 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

The Enduring Significance of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice

Monday, August 26th, 2013

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Click Here to Read : The Enduring Significance of  Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice Powerpoint  by Gregory Lowder, James Hansell, & Nancy McWilliams.

Symposium 2013: On Envy & Jealousy: Panel 2: “On the World Stage”

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

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Lois Oppenheim         Jeffrey Stern             Edmund Leites                Martin Bergmann

Click Here to Listen to:  Lois Oppenheim’s introduction to Panel 2: On the World Stage from Symposium 2013.

Click Here to Listen to:  Jeffrey Stern, speaker on Panel 2: On the World Stage from Symposium 2013.  His paper is entitled: Loving not Wisely but Too Well: Kohut and Klein on Envy and Jealousy in Othello, Here is  Part 1.

Click Here to Listen to:  Jeffrey Stern, Part  2.

Click Here to Listen to:  Edmund Leites, speaker on Panel 2: On the World Stage from Symposium 2013.  His paper is entitled: Some Reflections on Envy. Here is Part 1.

Click Here to Listen to:  Edmund Leites, Part 2.

Click here to Listen To:  Martin Bergmann, speaker on Panel 2: On the World Stage from Symposium 2013.

Click Here to Listen To:  Discussion with the Speakers on this Panel.

Click Here to Read: David Lichtenstein Plenary Address at Symposium 2013 on this website.

Click Here to Read: Panel 1 at Symposium 2013 on this website.

My Current View of the Psychoanalytic Process by Paul H. Ornstein

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

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Click Here  Read:  My Current View of the Psychoanalytic Process by Paul H. Ornstein, M.D. Presented in part on 10/22/98 at the 21st Annual Conference of the Psychology of the Self.

Did Narrowing the Major Depression Bereavement Exclusion From DSM-III-R to DSM-IV Increase Validity?

Friday, August 16th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Did Narrowing the Major Depression Bereavement Exclusion From DSM-III-R to DSM-IV Increase Validity?: Evidence From the National Comorbidity Survey by  Wakefield, Jerome C. PhD, DSW; Schmitz, Mark F. PhD; Baer, Judith C. PhD,

This article originally appeared as :  Wakefield, J.C.  Schmitz, M F.; &  Baer, J.C.  (2011).  Did Narrowing the Major Depression Bereavement Exclusion From DSM-III-R to DSM-IV Increase Validity?: Evidence From the National Comorbidity Survey.  The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  199(2):66-73 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Psychosexual impact of female genital mutilation/cutting among Egyptian women

Friday, August 16th, 2013

FemaleMutilationEgyptianClick Here to Read:  Psychosexual impact of female genital mutilation/cutting among Egyptian women by Ibrahim, Zakia Mahdy; Ahmed, Magdy R.; Mostafa, Rashad M.

This article originally appeared as:  Ibrahim, Z.  M Ahmed, M R.; & Mostafa, R M.  (2012). Psychosexual impact of female genital mutilation/cutting among Egyptian women Human Andrology  2(2):36–41  and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Bisexuality in Jewish Mysticism by Jacob Arlow

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Bisexuality in Jewish Mysticism by Jacob Arlow.




This previously unpublished draft was published posthumously  as Arlow, J.  (2013).   Bisexuality in Jewish Mysticism.   PANY Bulletin Volume 51  and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Whatever Happened to “Red Emma”?

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

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Click Here to Read: Whatever Happened to “Red Emma”? Emma Goldman, from Alien Rebel to American Icon by Oz Frankel on the Academic Room website.

This article originally appeared as Frankel, Oz (1996). Whatever Happened to “Red Emma”? Emma Goldman, from Alien Rebel to American Icon. The Journal  of American History 83(3): 903-943 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Releasing the Unknown Self

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Releasing the Unknown Self (website version) by Phil Mollon Ph.D on Self Psychology Psychoanalysis website.

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Table of Contents of Psychodynamic Psychiatry

Sunday, August 11th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Table of Contents of Psychodynamic Psychiatry, Volume 41, Number 2 Summer 2013.

On the use and abuse of the history of psychoanalysis for psychoanalysis

Saturday, August 10th, 2013

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Below is the abstract of On the use and abuse of the history of psychoanalysis for psychoanalysism.

This article originally appeared as: Will, Herbert  (2009).  On the use and abuse of the history of psychoanalysis for psychoanalysisLuzif Amor 22(44):71-84. in German and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Abstract

This paper intends to stimulate reflection about the history and historiography of psychoanalysis. Starting from Nietzsche’s distinction of “monumental”, “antiquarian” and “critical” historiography, the author discusses typical approaches to the history of psychoanalysis and recommends taking the (more…)

This Rough Magic by Maurice Whelan

Friday, August 9th, 2013

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Click Here to Read: This Rough Magic by Maurice Whelan, The 2012 Neville Symington Lecture at the Sydney Institute for Psychoanalysis,  on the International Psychoanalytical Association website.