Temario JAPA, 52, 1 (2004)

Publicado en la revista nº018

Autor: Aperturas Psicoanalíticas

 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION

___________________________________________________________________ Volume 52                                             2004                                    Number  1

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FROM THE EDITOR

Steven T. Levy

Our literature

5

COMMENTARY

Lawrence Friedman

Arnold Richards: An appreciation


11

PLENARY ADDRESS

Paul H. Orstein

The elusive concept of the psychoanalytic process

15

ORIGINAL PAPERS

Tammy Clewell

Mourning beyond melancholia: Freud's psychoanalysis of loss


43



Judy L. Kantrowitz

Writing about patients: I. Ways of protecting confidentiality and analysts' conflicts over choice of method


69



Judy L. Kantrowitz

Writing about patients: II. Patients' reading about themselves and their analysts' perceptions of its effect


101



Molly Anne Rothenberg

Down to cases: The ethical value of "non-scientificity" in diadic psychoanalyisis


125



Merton A. Shill

Analytic neutrality, anonymity, abstinence, and elective self-disclosure


151



Allan Rosenblatt

Insight, working thorugh, and practice: The role of procedural knowledge


189


Duncan Cartwright

The psychoanalytic research interview: Preliminary suggestions


209

PANEL REPORT

Eslee Samberg

Resistance: How do we think of it in the twenty-first century?

243

JAPA REVIEW OF BOOKS

255


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