Archive for the 'Papers' Category

Rationalization as Resistance by Jacob Arlow

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Rationalization as Resistance by Jacob Arlow. This paper was previously unpublished.

Psychoanalysis and Folklore by Jacob Arlow

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Psychoanalysis and Folklore by Jacob Arlow.  This paper was previously unpublished.

Something Is Different but What or Why Is Unclear

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Something Is Different but What or Why Is Unclear:  Commentary on the Boston Change Process Study Group by Linda Mayes.

This Article Originally appeared as Mayes, Linda.  (2005). Something Is Different but What or Why Is Unclear:  Commentary on the Boston Change Process Study Group  Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 52: 745-750 and appears here will all requisite rights and permission.

Anna Buchheim to Receive Psa Award

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

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Anna Buchheim will receive an A Psa award for her work presented in the paper listed here, a study of brain scan efficacy in long-term psychotherapy. This kind of work is a direct rebuke to the short-sighted critiques such as the one published in the New York Times last Sunday.

 Click Here to Read:  Psychotherapy’s Image Problem By Brandon A. Gaudiano on this website.

Buchheim’s work also incorporates measures of attachment. She also has been (more…)

Symposium 2013: Wrap up by Jeffrey Golland and Discussion with the Panelists

Monday, September 30th, 2013

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Click Below To Listen To: Jeffrey Golland’s Wrap Up Presentation and Discussion with the Panelists of Symposium 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

Symposium 2013: Panel III: The Clinical Dimensions of Envy & Jealousy

Monday, September 30th, 2013

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Jennifer Harper             Carolyn Ellman               Robert Shapiro                   Anita Katz

Click Below to Listen To Panelist Carolyn Ellman

Click Below to Listen to: Panelist Robert Shapiro

Click Below to Listen to: Panelist Anita Katz

Click Below to Listen to: Discussion with the Panelists.

Some Psychoanalytic Reflections on Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice

Monday, September 30th, 2013

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Click Here to Read:  Some Psychoanalytic Reflections on Thomas Mann’s  Death in Venice by Gerald J. Gargiulo.

This paper is previously unpublished.

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.