The Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis

Volume 44, Number 3, Fall 2016

Editor: Richard Friedman
Deputy Editors: Cesar Alfonso and Jennifer Downey


Editorial:  Psychoanalytic Bias Against Homosexuality:
  Reflections on the 1970’s - pp. 339
Richard C. Friedman and Jennifer I. Downey

Termination Was Not the End – pp. 355
Edith T. Shapiro and Henry Pinsker

Clinical Considerations Regarding Regression in Psychotherapy
  With Patients with Conversion Disorder – pp. 367
Marcia Kaplan

Emotional Control in Psychotherapy Discourse – pp. 385
Mardi Horowitz

Criticism in the Self, Brain, Relationships, and Social Structure:
  Implications for Psychodynamic Psychiatry – pp. 395
Golan Shahar

The Storytelling Aspect of Interpersonal Relations:  Understanding
  “Relating” from a Mentalization Point of View – pp. 423
J. Mark Thompson and Richard Tuch

Long-Term Course of Borderline Personality Disorder – pp. 449
Michael H. Stone


Siblings in the Unconscious and Psychopathology:  Womb Fantasies,
  Claustrophobia, Fear of Pregnancy, Murderous Rage, Animal
  Symbolism, Christmas and Easter “Neuroses” and Twinnings or
  Identifications with Sisters and Brothers (2nd ed.) – pp. 475
By Vamik D. Volkan and Gabriele Ast
Reviewed by Cassandra M. Klyman

Psychodynamic Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice;
  Reading Joseph D. Lichtenberg – pp. 480
Edited by L. Gunsberg and S.G. Hershberg
Reviewed by Harold Bronheim

Understanding Grief:  An Introduction – pp. 484
By Richard Gross
Reviewed by Elizabeth K. Haase
Handbook of Good Psychiatric Management for Borderline
  Personality Disorder – pp. 488
By John G. Gunderson, with Paul Links
Reviewed by Grace Bellotti

The Milan Seminar:  Clinical Application of Attachment
  Theory:  John Bowlby – pp. 492
By Marco Bacciagaluppi
Reviewed by Faisal S. Shaikh

Letter to the Editor – pp. 495

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