"The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child" by Albert J.              Solnit

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Volume 47 Albert J. Solnit, Peter B. Neubauer, Samuel Abrams, A. Scott Dowling

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Series
Publication date:
23 Sep 1992
Yale University Press
432 pages: 235 x 156mm

Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, The Moses of Freud and the Moses of Schoenberg: On Words, Idolatry, and Psychoanalysis

Linda C. Mayes and Donald J. Cohen, The Development of a Capacity for Imagination in Early Childhood
Eugene J. Mahon, Dreams: A Developmental and Longitudinal Perspective
Erna Furman, On Feeling and Being Felt with
Kyle D. Pruett and Brian Litzenberger, Latency Development in Children of Primary Nurturing Fathers: Eight-Year Follow-up
Fred Pine, Some Refinements of the Separation-Individuation Concept in Light of Research on Infants

Psychoanalytic Theory
Charles D. Levin, Thinking through the Hungry Baby: Toward a New Pleasure Principle
Charles Hanly, On Narcissistic Defenses
Rachel B. Blass, Did Dora Have an Oedipus Complex? A Reexamination of the Theoretical Context of Freud's "Fragment of an Analysis"
Rachel B. Blass and Sidney J. Blatt, Attachment and Separateness: A Theoretical Context for the Integration of Object Relations Theory with Self Psychology
Gerald I. Fogel, Winnicott's Antitheory and Winnicott's Art: His Significance for Adult Analysis

Herbert J. Schlesinger, What Does Psychoanalysis Have to Contribute to the Understanding of Character?
Duncan McLean, Maturational and Experiential Components of Character Formation
Samuel Abrams, Confronting Dilemmas in the Study of Character

Clinical Contributions
Phyllis Beren, Narcissistic Disorders in Children
Robert D. Gillman, Rescue Fantasies and the Secret Benefactor
Janet MacDonald, The Boy from Outer Space: An Exploration of Psychotic Catastrophe
Eugene J. Mahon, The Function of Humor in a Four-Year-Old
Robert S. White, Transformations of Transference
Applied Psychoanalysis
Alan J. Flashman, The Moment of Recognition: Rabbinic Discourse, Infancy, and Psychoanalysis
Nadine M. Tang, Some Psychoanalytic Implications of Chinese Philosophy and Child-Rearing Practices
Arlene Kramer Richards, Hilda Doolittle and Creativity: Freud's Gift

"As usual, this outstanding annual publication covers a wide range of worthwhile topics, including imagination in early childhood, separation-individuation in light of new research, hunger in babies, character formation, childhood narcissistic disorder, psychotic catastrophe, and humor."?Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic

"Thoroughly recommended to all psychoanalytically oriented practitioners."?Maurice R. Green, M.D., Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health

"Presents a rich diet for those interested in theory and clinical work with both children and adults."?Klaus Minde, M.D., American Journal of Psychiatry

"Since it first appeared in 1945, The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child has been known as one of the preeminent sources of contemporary psychoanalytic thought. Year after year this series has brought together contributions by some of the greatest theorists, clinicians, and researchers in the fields of psychoanalysis and child development."?Goldi Alfasi, Contemporary Psychology

"The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child series has over the years established itself as a scientific forum not only for advances in the understanding and application of psychoanalytic theory for its practitioners, but also for those readers in the increasingly broad areas of human concern that are affected by its insights."?American Journal of Psychiatry

"If one were asked to name the most distinguished publication in the field of child analysis, this remarkable series of volumes would undoubtedly spring immediately to mind. Under the early leadership of the Eisslers, the Krises, and Anna Freud, The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child established itself as the leader among reference works in presenting the most carefully selected and edited representative articles covering the year's achievements in child analysis. To look at this series' list of contributors is to be confronted with the names of all those creative, scholarly pioneers who have left the permanent mark of their wisdom on our clinical understanding of the child."?Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic