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Papers and Publications

The following compilation of references authored by LAISPS Members includes journal articles, book chapters, newspaper articles, and books on psychoanalysis and/or the application of psychoanalytic theory to other domains of clinical practice, training, and interdisciplinary study.

Atkins, Richard

Atkins, R. (1989). The fate of the father-representation in adolescent sons. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 17, 271-291.

Atkins, R. (1989). Divorce and fathers: Some intrapsychic factors affecting outcome. In S. H. Cath, A. Gurwitt, &  L. Gunsberg (Eds.), Fathers and their families (pp. 431-458).  Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Atkins, R. (1987). The origins of masochism: Current issues in development. Integrative Psychiatry, 5, 49-52.

Atkins, R. (1986). Single mothers and joint custody: Common ground. In M. Yogman & T. B. Brazelton (Eds.),  In support of families (pp. 69-88). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Atkins, R. (1986). Pathological preoccupation: Psychosexual issues. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 11, 427-433.

Atkins, R., & Lansky, M. (1986). The father in family therapy: Psychoanalytic perspectives. In Charles M. Lamb (Ed.), The father’s role: Applied perspectives (pp. 167-190). New York: Harvard University Press.

Atkins, R. (1985). Pathological preoccupation: Some comments. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 11, 132-135.

Atkins, R. (1984). Transitive vitalization and its impact on father representation. Contemporary Psychoanalysis20, 663-675.

Atkins, R. (1984). Is a marriage between psychoanalysis and family therapy ecologically sound? Some reflections. In A. E. Christ & K. Flomenhaft (Eds.), Children with cancer (pp. 149-159).  New York: Praeger.

Atkins, R. (1983). Peer relatedness in the first year of life: The birth of a new world. The Annual of Psychoanalysis11, 227-244.

Atkins, R. (1982). Discovering daddy: The mother’s role. In S.H. Cath, A. Gurwitt, & J. M. Ross (Eds.), Father and child (pp. 139-149). Boston: Little, Brown Publishing.

Atkins, R. (1981). Finding one’s father: A mother’s contribution to early father representations. Journal of the American Academyof Psychoanalysis, 9, 539-559.

Atkins, R. (1980). Training issues faced by psychoanalysis and family therapy. In K. Flomenhaft & A. E. Christ (Eds.), The challenge of family therapy (pp. 191-195). New York: Praeger.

Atkins, R. (1977). Activity and masochism. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 13, 233-250.

Bolgar, Hedda
 
Bolgar, H. (2009). A century of essential feminism. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 10, 195-199.

Bolgar, H. (2002). When the glass is full. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 22, 640-651.

Chassler, Linda Labie
 
Chassler, L. (1994). In hunger I am king – Understanding anorexia nervosa from a psychoanalytic perspective: Theoretical and clinical implications. Clinical Social Work, 22, 397-415.

Christian, Christopher

Christian, C., & Diamond, M. J. (2011). A brief history of therapeutic action: Convergence, divergence, and integrative bridges. In M. J. Diamond and C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysisEvolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp. 3-19). London: Karnac.

Christian, C. (2011). From ego psychology to modern conflict theory. In M. J. Diamond and C. Christian (Eds.), The second century ofpsychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp. 97-120). London: Karnac.
 
Cohen, Dodd
 
Cohen, D., & Jay, S. (1996). Autistic barriers in the psychoanalysis of borderline adults. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 77, 913-933.
  
Daehnert, Christal

Daehnert, C. (2008). Crossing over: A story of surrender and transformation. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 77, 199-218.

Daehnert, C. (2016). Kelly Finds A Way. Minneapolis, MN: North Loop Books.

Daehnert, C. (1998). The false self as a means of misidentification: A psychoanalytic case study. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 34: 251-271.

Diamond, Michael
 
Diamond, M.J. (2017).  A review of “Growth and Turbulence in the Container/Contained: Bion’s Continuing Legacy,” edited by Howard B. Levine and Lawrence J. Brown. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 98: 245-250.

Diamond, M.J. (2016).  Commentary on the lecture of Alessandra Lemma (Koreferat zu Alessandra Lemma on “Psychoanalysis in times of technoculture: some reflections on the fate of the body in virtual space”).  Zeitschrift für psychoanalytische Theorie und Praxis, 31: 72-78.

Diamond, M.J. (2016).  The elusiveness of masculinity: Primordial vulnerability, lack, and the challenges of male development In H-G. Metzger, ed., Männlichkeit, Sexualität, Aggression. Berlin: Germany, Psychosozial Publishing, pp. 35-90 [German translation of 2015 Psychoanalytic Quarterly article].

Diamond, M.J. (2015).  The elusiveness of masculinity: Primordial vulnerability, lack, and the challenges of male development.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 84: 47-102.

Diamond, M.J. (2014).  Analytic mind use and interpsychic communication: Driving force in analytic technique, pathway to unconscious mental life.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 83: 525-563.

Diamond, M.J. (2013).  Evolving perspectives on masculinity and its discontents: Reworking the internal phallic and genital positions. In E. Palerm Mari, & F. Thomson-Salo, editors, Masculinity and Femininity Today, London: Karnac Books, pp. 1-24.

Diamond, M.J. (2013). It’s still the same old story: Looking back to the furture in Rangell’s ‘From Insight to Change’ (1981). In B.I. Kalish & C.P. Fisher, editors, The Rangell Reader: Commentaries on and Selected Papers by Leo Rangell, M.D., New York: International Psychoanalytic Books (IP Books), pp. 147-161.

Diamond, M.J. (2013). A review of “Thirteen Ways of Looking At A Man: Psychoanalysis and Masculinity” by Donald Moss. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 30: 503-508.

Diamond, M.J. & Christian, C. (2011).  The Second Century of Psychoanalysis: Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action.  London: Karnac Books.

Diamond, M.J. & C. Christian (2011).  Introduction – Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action: Where are we after a century?  In M.J. Diamond & C. Christian’s (Eds.), The Second Century of Psychoanalysis: Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action. London: Karnac Books, pp. xxi-xxxi.

Christian, C. & Diamond, M.J. (2011). A brief history of therapeutic action: Convergence, divergence, and integrative bridges. In M.J. Diamond & C. Christian’s (Eds.), The Second Century of Psychoanalysis: Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action.  London: Karnac Books, pp. 3-19.

Diamond, M.J. (2011).  The impact of the mind of the analyst: From unconscious processes to intrapsychic change.  In M.J. Diamond & C. Christian’s (Eds.), The Second Century of Psychoanalysis: Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action. London: Karnac Books, pp. 205-235.

Diamond, M.J. (2011).  Rivalry, neglect and desire: A psychoanalytic perspective fathering sons and daughters throughout life [Rivalitat, missachutung und verlangen: Eine psychoanalytische sicht auf die lebenslange väterliche Begleitung von Söhnen und töchtern].  Analytische Kinder-und-Jugendlichen-psychotherapie [Journal for Theory and Practice of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy], H. 151: 303-330. [Original article published in German language).

Diamond, M.J. (2010).  A review of “Building Out into the Dark: Theory and Observation in Science and Psychoanalysis” by Robert Caper. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 30: 38-41.

Diamond, M.J. (2010).  A review of “A Healing Conversation” by Neville Symington. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 30: 32-33.

Diamond, M.J. (2009).  Masculinity and its discontents: Making room for the “mother” inside the male – An essential achievement for healthy male gender identity.  In B. Reis & R. Grossmark’s (Eds.), Heterosexual Masculinities: Contemporary Perspectives from Psychoanalytic Gender Theory.  New York: The Analytic Press, pp. 23-53.

Diamond, M.J. (2007). My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other ThroughoutTheir Lives.  New York: W.W. Norton and Co.  [Published in German as, Sohne und Vater:     Eine Beziehung im lebenslangen Wandel, Frankfurt:  Brandes & Apsel, 2010; published in Portuguese     as, Tal pai, tal filho: Como pais e filhos influenciam uns aos outros ao longo da vida, Sao Paulo:     Academia de Inteligencia, 2008; and published in Korean (translated) as, I Love My Son, Seoul: Kugil Publishing, 2008].

Diamond, M.J. (2007).  A review of “Love and Its Vicissitudes” by Andre Green & Gregorio Kohon. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 27: 44-45.

Diamond, M.J. (2006).  Masculinity unraveled: The roots of male gender identity and the shifting of male ego ideals throughout life.  Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 54: 1099-1130.  (Reprinted as Entratselte masculinitat: Die urrsprunge  der mannlichen geschlechtsidentitat und die veranderungen mannlicher ich-ideale im lebenszyklus in German Journal of Theory and Practice of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, 2010, 41: 331-366).

Diamond, M.J. (2006).  It may look oedipal but …: Reply to Larry Josephs.  The Round Robin (Newsletter of Psychoanalytic Practitioners, Section 1, APA Division 39), Winter 2006, 8-10.

Diamond, M.J. (2005).  The roots of masculinity: A contemporary psychoanalytic perspective on the initial construction of manhood.  The Round Robin (Newsletter of Psychoanalytic Practitioners, Section 1, APA Division 39), Fall 2005, 1, 10-16.

Diamond, M.J. (2004).  The shaping of masculinity: Revisioning boys turning away from their mothers to reconstruct male gender identity.  International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 85: 359-380.

Diamond, M.J. (2004).  Accessing the multitude within: A psychoanalytic perspective the transformation of masculinity at mid-life.  International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 85: 45-64. (Reprinted as, Acceder a la multitude interne: Une perspective psychoanalytique de la transformation du masculine au milieu de la vie, in L’annee psychanalytique internationale, 2005, 3: 37-57).

Diamond, M.J. (2004).  A review of “Self-Hatred in Psychoanalysis: Detoxifying the Persecutory Object” edited by Jill Savege Scharff & Stanley A. Tsigounis. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 24: 66.

Diamond, M.J. (1998).  Fathers with sons: Psychoanalytic perspectives on “good enough” fathering throughout the life cycle. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 3: 243-299.

Diamond, M.J. (1997).  Boys to Men: The maturing of masculine gender identity through paternal watchful protectiveness. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 2: 443-468.

Diamond, M.J. (1997).  The unbearable agony of being: Interpreting tormented states of mind in the psychoanalysis of sexually traumatized patients.  Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 61: 495-511.

Diamond, M.J. (1995).  Someone to watch over me: The father as the original protector of the mother-infant dyad.  Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 12:89-102.

Shapiro, J.L., Diamond, M.J., & Greenberg, M. (1995).  Becoming A Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives.  NY: Springer.

Shapiro, J.L., Diamond, M.J., & Greenberg, M. (1995).  Introduction. In J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg (Eds.) Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives.  NY: Springer, pp. 3-14.

Diamond, M.J. (1995).  The emergence of the father as the watchful protector of the mother-infant dyad. In J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg’s (Eds.), Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives.  NY: Springer, pp. 243-252.

Diamond, M.J. (1994).  A review of “In a Time of Fallen Heroes: The Re-Creation of Masculinity” by William Betcher & William Pollack.  Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 14: 15-16.

Diamond, M.J. (1993).  A review of “Fathers Who Fail: Shame and Psychopathology in the Family System” by Melvin R. Lansky.  Psychotherapy, 30: 699-700.

Diamond, M.J. (1992).  A review of “Interpretation and Interaction: Psychoanalysis or Psychotherapy?” by Jerome D. Oremland.  Psychotherapy, 29: 509.

Diamond, M.J. (1991).  A review of “The Empathic Imagination” by Alfred Margulies.  American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 33: 192-194.

Diamond, M.J. (1990).  A review of “A Secure Base” by John Bowlby.  Psychotherapy, 27: 661-662.

Diamond, M.J. (1989).  Stagnation, chaos, and severe character neuroses.  Psychoanalytic Psychology, 6: 455-473.

Diamond, M.J. (1988).  Accessing archaic involvement: Toward unraveling the mystery of Erickson’s hypnosis.  International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 36: 141-156.

Diamond, M.J. (1987).  The interactional basis of hypnotic experience: On the relational dimensions of hypnosis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 35: 95-115.  (Reprinted in Imagination, 1993, 2: 5-32).

Diamond, M.J. (1986).  Becoming a father: A psychoanalytic perspective on the forgotten parent.  The Psychoanalytic Review, 73: 445-468.  Reprinted in R.M. Friedman & L. Lerner’s, Eds., Toward a New Psychology of Men: Psychoanalytic and Social Perspectives, NY: Guilford Press, 1987; and in J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg, Eds., Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives, NY: Springer, 1995, pp. 268-285.

Diamond, M.J. (1985).  When the knight regains his armor: An indirect psychodynamically-based brief hypnotherapy of an ego-dystonic sexual impulse disorder.  In E.T. Dowd & J.M. Healy Eds., Case Studies in Hypnotherapy, NY: Guilford Press, pp. 71-82. ​

Donovan, Karen 
 
Donovan, K. (1995). Sally: Recovery of our missing pieces. In M. A. Bloter and R. Ruth (Eds.), Sometimes you just want to feel like a human being: Case studies of empowering psychotherapy with people with disabilities (pp. 183-190). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Dosomantes, Irma
 
Dosomantes (Beaudry), I. (1992). Spatial patterns associated with the separation-individual process in adult long-term psychodynamic movement therapy groups. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 19, 3-11. Dosomantes (Beaudry), I. (1992). Body-image repository for cultural idealizations and denigration of the self. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 19, 257-267.

Dosomantes (Beaudry), I. (1992). The intersubjective relationship between therapist and patient: A key to understanding denied and denigrated aspects of the patient self. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 19, 359-365.

Dosamantes (Beaudry), I. (1987). Transference and countertransference issues in movement psychotherapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 14,209-214.

Dosomantes (Beaudry), I. (1986). A current perspective of imagery in psychoanalysis. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 5, 199-209.

Eagle, Morris
 
Eagle, M. N. (2011). Classical theory, the enlightenment vision, and contemporary psychoanalysis. In M. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.), Thesecond century of psychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp.41-67). London: Karnac.

Ekstein, Rudolf
 
Ekstein, R. (1987). Reflections on the meanings of “borderline”: Between metaphor and concept. In J. Grotstein, M. Soloman, & J. Lang (Eds.), The borderline patient (pp. 95-104). Hillsdale NJ: Analytic Press.

Ekstein, R. (1984). Fairy tales and dreams. Dreamworks, 4, 130-136.

Ekstein, R. (1983). Children of time and space, of action and impulse: Clinical studies on the psychoanalytic treatment of severely disturbed children. New York: Jason Aronson.

Ekstein, R. (1983). Play therapy for borderline children. In C. Schaefer & K. O’Connor (Eds.), Handbook of play therapy (pp. 412-418). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Ekstein, R., & Friedman, S. (1983). The meaning of play in childhood psychoses. In P. Giovacchini & B. Boyer (Eds.), Technical factors in thetreatment of the severely disturbed patient (pp. 409-438). New York: Jason Aronson.

Ekstein, R. (1981). Some thoughts concerning the clinical use of children’s dreams. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 45, 115-124.

Ekstein, R., & Motto, R. (1980). From learning for love to the love of learning: Essays on psychoanalysis and education. New York: Bruner/Mazel.

Ekstein, R. (Ed.) (1976). In search of love and competenceTwenty-five years of servicetraining, and research at the Reiss-Davis Child StudyCenter. New York: Bruner/Mazel.

Ekstein, R., & Wallerstein R. (1972). The teaching and learning of psychotherapy. New York: International Universities Press.

Ekstein, R. (1971). The challenge-despair and hope in the conquest of inner space: Further studies of the pychoanalytic treatment of severely disturbed children. New York: Bruner/Mazel.

Ekstein, R. (1968). Psychoanalysis and social crises. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 33, 333-345.

Ekstein, R., & Caruth, E. (1968). Levels of verbal communication in the schizophrenic child’s struggle against, for, and with the world of objects. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 24, 115-137.

Ekstein, R. (1968). Concerning the teaching and learning of psychoanalysis. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17, 312-332.

Ekstein, R. (1968). Impulse-acting out-purpose: Psychotic adolescents and their quest for goals. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 49,347-351.

Ekstein, R., & Friedman, S. (1967). Object constancy and psychotic reconstruction. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 22, 337-374.

Ekstein, R., & Caruth, E. (1967). Activity-passivity in the treatment of childhood psychosis.  Journal of the American PsychoanalyticAssociation, 22, 723-726.

Ekstein, R. (1965). Working through and termination of analysis. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15, 57-78.

Ekstein, R. (1965). Historical notes concerning psychoanalysis and early language development. Journaof the American PsychoanalyticAssociation, 13, 707-731.

Ekstein, R., & Rangell, L. (1961). Reconstruction and theory formation. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 9, 684-687.

Ekstein, R. (1960). The teaching of psychoanalytic technique. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8, 167-174.

Ekstein, R. (1960). A historical survey of the teaching of psychoanalytic technique. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 8, 500-516.

Ekstein, R. (1958). Faith and reason in psychotherapy. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 22, 104-108.

Ekstein, R., & Friedman, S. (1957). The function of acting out, play action and play acting in the psychotherapeutic process. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 5, 581-629.

Ekstein, R., & Wallerstein, J. (1957). Choice of interpretation in the treatment of borderline and psychotic children. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 21, 199-206.

Ekstein, R. (1956). A clinical note on the therapeutic use of a quasi-religious experience. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4, 304-313.

Ekstein, R. (1955). Termination of the training analysis within the framework of present-day institutes. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3, 600-614.

Ekstein, R., & Wright, D. (1952). The space child. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 16, 211-224.

Ekstein, R. (1950). Trial analysis in the therapeutic process. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 19, 52-63.

Ekstein, R. (1949). Ideological warfare in the psychological sciences. Psychoanalytic Review, 36, 144-151.

Ekstein, R. (1949). A biographical comment on Freud’s dual instinct theory. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 13, 172-175.

Ekstein, R. (1948). Dynamic aspects of the teaching of psychology. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 12, 90-95.

Ekstein, R., & Bellak, L. (1946). The extension of basic scientific laws to psychoanalysis and psychology. Psychoanalytic Review, 33, 306-313.

Garfield, Sandra
Garfield, S. (2003). Transference in analytic psychodrama. In: J. Gershoni (Ed.), Psychodrama in the Twentieth Century: Clinical and Educational Applications, 15-30. New York: Springer Publications.
Garfield, S. (2003). Transferencia no psicodrama analitico. Revista Brasileira de Psicodrama. Vol. 11, Numero 2, 13-26.

Hamilton, Victoria
 
Hamilton, V. (1996). The analyst’s  preconscious. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Hamilton, V. (1994). Reflections on affective provision: Commentary on John Lindon’s “Gratification and provision in psychoanalysis.”Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 4, 609-617.

Hamilton, V. (1993). Truth and reality in psychoanalytic discourse. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 74, 63-79.

Hamilton, V. (1986). Grief and mourning in Tennyson’s “In Memoriam.” Free Associations, 7, 87-110.
                                                                        
Hamilton, V. (1982). Narcissus and Oedipus: The children of psychoanalysis. London: Routledge.

Helscher, Thomas

Helscher, T. (2011). From under long shadows: Identification and disidentification in analysis. In M. J. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.),The second century of psychoanalysisEvolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp. 237-255). London: Karnac.

Hoffman, Irwin

Hoffman, I. (2003)  Identity maintenance in the affectively distant patient. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 51:491-515.
Hoffman, I. (2013)  Identity disturbance in distant patients. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 61: 257-281.

Hollander, Nancy
 
Hollander, N.C., & Portuges, S.H. (2011). The therapeutic action of resistance analysis: Interpersonalizing and socializing Paul Gray’s close process attention. In M. J. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysisEvolving perspectives on therapeutic action(pp.71-95). London: Karnac.

Hollander, N. C. (2010). The uprooted mindSurviving the politics of terror in Americas. London: Routledge.

Hollander, N. C. (2008). Living danger: On not knowing what we know. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18, 690-709.

Zysmer, S., & Hollander, N. C. (2000). Erna and Melanie Klein. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 81, 579-581.

Horowitz, Milton 
 
Horowitz, M. (1990). Institute and alternative training models: A response. In M. Meisels & E. R. Shapiro (Eds.), Tradition and innovation inpsychoanalytic education: Clark conference on psychoanalytic psychoanalytic training for psychologists (pp.95-101). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Hybels-Miller, Marian

Hybels-Steer, M (1995). Aftermath: Survive and Overcome Trauma. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Jay, Susan 
 
Cohen, D. , & Jay, S. (1996). Autistic barriers in the psychoanalysis of borderline adults. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 77, 913-933.

Kalish, Beth
 
Kalish, B. (2011). Movement thinking and therapeutic action in psychoanalysis. In M. J. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp.257-275). London: Karnac.

Kalish-Weiss, B., & Rangell, L. (2009). Interview with Dr. Leo Rangell by Dr. Beth Kalish-Weiss Los Angeles, California, July 2008.International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 18, 107-115.

Kalish-Weiss, B. (1995). Psychoanalysis and the creative process. Zeitchrift fur Tanstherale, 2, 37-44.

Wener, C., Ruttenberg, B., Kalish-Weiss, B., & Wolf, E. (1986). The development of normal and autistic children: A comparative study.Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 16, 317-333.

Kalish-Weiss, B. (1982). Attachment and separation: Major themes in movement therapy with adults. International Journal of Arts inPsychotherapy, 9, 249-257.

Kalish-Weiss, B. (1983). Infant assessment of language, movement behaviors and psychosexual development. In J. Call & E. Galenson (Eds.), Frontiers in infant psychiatry (pp.413-424). New York: Basic Books.

Kurgan, Leonia

Kurgan, L. K. (2016). A Crowd of One. Cape Town, South Africa: Dr. Kurgan and Kaplan Centre University of Cape Town; 1st Edition. 

Kurgan, L. (2001). Memories, healing, reconciliation and forgiveness. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in South Africa, 9, 1-10.

Lawrence, Ernest
 
Lawrence, E. (1994). Section I: Psychologist-Psychoanalyst practitioners – a history. In R.C. Lane & M. Meisels (Eds.), A History of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association, (pp.167-175). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Malin, Arthur
 
Malin, A. (1993). A self-psychological approach to the analysis of resistance: A case report. International Journal of Psychoanalysis74, 505-518.

Malin, A. (1990). Psychotherapy of the narcissistic personality disorders. In A.Tasman, S. Goldfinger, & C. Kaufman (Eds.), Review of Psychiatry, 9, 355-368.

Malin, A. (1987). Construction and reconstruction: Clinical aspects. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 30, 213-233.

Malin, A., & Grotstein, J. (1986). Projective identification in the therapeutic process. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47, 26-31.

Paul, Daniel
 
Paul, D. (1987). The analysis of autistic character structure in a borderline patient: A clinical case presentation. In J. S. Grotstein, M. F. Solomon &  J. A. Lang (Eds.), The borderline patient (pp.149-171). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Porter, Peggy
 
Porter, P. (2011). The analyst’s subjective experience: Holding environment and container of projections. In M. J. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp.187-201). London: Karnac.

Firman, G., & Porter, P. (1978). Staff splitting on medical-surgical wards. Psychiatry, 41, 289-295.

Porter, P. (1975). The symbolism of color. International Journal of Symbology, 6, 1-9.

Portuges, Stephen 
 
Portuges, S. H., & Hollander, N. C. (2011). The therapeutic action of resistance: Interpersonalizing and socializing Paul Gray’s close process attention technique. In M. J. Diamond and C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp. 71-95). London: Karnac.

House, J., & Portuges, S. (2005). Relational knowing, memory, symbolization, and language: Commentary on the Boston change process study group. Journal of the American PsychoanalyticAssociation 53, 731-743.

Rangell, Leo
 
Rangell, L. (2011). The aims and method of psychoanalysis a century later. In M. J. Diamond & C. Christian (Eds.), The second century of psychoanalysis: Evolving perspectives on therapeutic action (pp.21-40). London: Karnac.

Kalish-Weiss, B., & Rangell, L. (2009). Interview of  Dr. Leo Rangell by Dr. Beth Kalish-Weiss, Los Angeles, California, July 2008.International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 18, 107-115.

Rangell, L. (2009). Music in the head: Living in the brain-mind border. London: Karnac.

Rangell, L. (2006). The road to unity in psychoanalytic theory. New York: Jason Aronson.

Rangell, L. (2004). My life in theory. New York: Other Press.

Rangell, L. (1980). The mind of Watergate: An exploration of compromise of integrity. New York: W. W. Norton.

For more of Dr. Rangell’s work, see www.sigourneyaward.org (1991).

Sanville, Jean
 
Sanville, J. (2002). When therapist and analyst are both in Erikson’s eighth stage. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 22: 626-639.

Puget, J., & Sanville, J. (2000). Social reality. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 81, 998-1000.

Sanville, J. (1999). Contemporary psychoanalytic voices in North America: The death of gender stereotypes or the birth of new fictions of feminity? Gender and Psychoanalysis, 4, 225-252.

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