The Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis

Volume 47, Number 1, Spring 2019

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


Editorial – pp 1
Richard C. Friedman, Jennifer I. Downey, and César A. Alfonso

Foreword, from Advances in Psychodynamic Psychiatry – pp 3
Jennifer I. Downey

Borderline Personality Disorder:  Clinical Guidelines for Treatment – pp 5
Michael H. Stone

Patient-Targeted “Googling:” When Therapists Search for Information
  About Their Patients Online – pp 27
Camila de Araujo Reinert and Clarice Kowacs

The Price of Needing to Belong:  Neurobiology of Working Through
  Attachment Trauma – pp 39
Jacqueline L. Kinley and Sandra M. Reyno

Psycho-Neurobiology and Its Potential Influence on Psychotherapy:
  Being, Doing, and the Risk of Scientism
Richard A. Chefetz

Freud’s Clinical Theories Then and Now – pp 81
Joel Kupfersmid

Sustained Reduction in Health Care Service Usage after Adjunctive
  Treatment of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy in
  Patients with Bipolar Disorder – pp 99
Allan Abbass, Joel Town, Robert Johansson, Melissa Lahti,
And Steve Kisely

Edited by Ahron L. Friedberg

The Disordered Mind:  What Unusual Brains Tell Us About Ourselves – pp 113
By Eric Kandel
Reviewed by David V. Forrest

Reclaiming Unlived Life:  Experiences in Psychoanalysis – pp 117
By Thomas H. Ogden
Reviewed by Elizabeth Tillinghast

The Feeling Brain:  Selected Papers on NNeuropsychoanalysis – pp 121
By Mark Solms
Reviewed by Elizabeth K. Haase

Lacan, Psychoanalysis and Comedy – pp 124
Edited by Patricia Gherovia and Manya Steinkloler
Reviewed by Jay Lefer

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