Temario JAPA, 51, 3 (2003)

Publicado en la revista nº017

Autor: Aperturas Psicoanalíticas

 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION

___________________________________________________________________ Volume 51                                             2003                                    Number  3

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COMMENTARY

Linda C. Mayes

Partnering with the neurosciences

745

PLENARY ADDRESS

Sydney E. Pulver

On the astonishing clinical irrelevance of neuroscience

755

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Manfred E. Beutel, Emily Stern, and David A. Silbersweig

The emerging dialogue between psychoanalysis and neuroscience: neuroimaging perspectives

773



Marcia Cavell

The social character of thinking

803



Arnold Wilson

Ghosts of paradigms past: The once and future evolution of psychoanalytic thought

825



Richard M. Gottlieb

Psychosomatic medicine: The divergent legacies of Freud and Janet

857



Karlen Lyons-Ruth

Dissociation and the parent-infant dialogue: A longitudinal perspective from attachment research

883



Richard K. Hertel

Analyzing the traumatic impact of childhood visual impairment

913

PANEL REPORTS

Jonathan Dunn

Have we changed our view of the unconscious in contemporary clinical work?

941



Kathleen A. Lyon

Unconscious fantasy: Its scientific status and clinical utility

957

LETTERS

Leo Jaffe / Joshua Ehrlich

969

JAPA REVIEW OF BOOKS

973


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