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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin S Bergmann; Frank R Hartman
|Notes:||Originally published: New York, Basic Books, 1976.|
|Description:||xxiii, 497 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface to the Morningside edition, by Martin S. BergmannForeword, by Edith JacobsonEditor's preface, by Martin S. Bergmann and Frank R. HartmanWhat is psychoanalysis? : an examination of the assumptions and the language of psychoanalysis, by Martin S. BergmannNotes on the history of psychoanalytic technique, by Martin S. BergmannBiographical sketches, by Frank R. HartmanA particular form of neurotic resistance against the psychoanalytic method (1919), by Karl AbrahamOn the techniques of psychoanalysis (1919), by Sandor FerencziA metapsychological description of the process of cure (1925), by Franz AlexanderTechnical difficulties in the analysis of a case of hysteria (Including observations on larval forms of onanism and "onanistic equivalents") (1919), by Sandor FerencziOn forced fantasies : activity in the association-technique (1924), by Sandor Ferenczi. Active therapy and psycho-analysis : a critical review (1924), by Edward GloverThe transference neurosis of the rat man (1952), by Mark KanzerAdditional notes upon a case of obsessional neurosis : Freud 1909 (1966), by Elizabeth ZetzelReality and actuality : an address (An excerpt) (1962), by Erik Erikson"Passive" technique : on the analysis of narcissistic illnesses (1924), by Karl LandauerThe will to recovery (1926), by Herman NunbergProblems of therapy (1928) Herman NunbergThe problem of the termination of the analysis : address to the Tenth International Psycho-analytical Congress at Innsbruck, 3 September 1927 (1928), by Sandor FerencziThe elasticity of psycho-analytic technique : lecture given to the Hungarian Psycho-analytic Society, 1927 (1928), by Sandor FerencziThe technique of character analysis (1933), by Wilhelm Reich. Problems of psychoanalytic technique (An excerpt) (1933), by Otto FenichelClinical and therapeutic aspects of character resistance (1953), by Richard F. SterbaThe principle of relaxation and neocatharsis (1930), by Sandor FerencziThe synthetic function of the ego (1930), by Herman NunbergThe therapeutic effect of inexact interpretation : a contribution to the theory of suggestion (1931), by Edward GloverThe nature of the therapeutic action of psycho-analysis (1934), by James StracheyThe fate of the ego in analytic therapy (1934), by Richard F. SterbaNew ways in psycho-analytic technique (1933), by Theodor ReikProblems of technique (1934), by Hellmuth KaiserA contribution to the analysis of the negative therapeutic reaction (1936), by Joan Riviere|
|Responsibility:||edited by Martin S. Bergmann and Frank R. Hartman ; with a foreword by Edith Jacobson and a new preface by Martin S. Bergmann.|