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

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Volume 48 Albert J. Solnit, Peter B. Neubauer, Samuel Abrams, A. Scott Dowling

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Series
Publication date:
22 Sep 1993
Yale University Press
424 pages: 235 x 156mm

Tribute to Goerge S. Moran
Samuel Abrams
, How People Get Better
Peter Fonagy, George S. Moran, Rose Edgcumbe, Hansi Kennedy, and Mary Target, The Roles of Mental Representations and Mental Processes in Therapeutic Action
Phyllis M. Cohen and Albert J. Solnit, Play and Therapeutic Action
Psychoanalytic Theory
Rachel B. Blass, Insights into the Struggle of Creativity: A Rereading of Anna Freud’s "Beating Fantasies and Daydreams"
Ralph Kaywin, The Theoretical Contributions of Hans W. Loewald
Moshe Halevi Spero, The Temporal Framework and Lacan’s Concept of the Unfixed Psychoanalytic Hour
Developmental and Clinical Problems
Linda C. Mayes and Donald J. Cohen, The Social Matrix of Aggression: Enactments and Representations of Loving and Hating in the First Years of Life
Rhoda S. Frenkel,
Problems in Female Development: Comments on the Analysis of an Early Latency-age Child
E. Kirsten Dahl,
The Impact of Divorce on a Preadolescent Girl
H. Shmuel Erlich,
Reality, Fantasy, and Adolescence
Calvin A. Colarusso,
Play in Adulthood: A Developmental Consideration
Applications of Psychoanalysis

William R. Beardslee
and Harriet MacMillan, Preventive Intervention with the Children of Depressed Parents: A Case Study
Jennifer Davids,
The Reaction of an Early Latency Boy to the Sudden Death of His Baby Brother
Marshall Edelson,
Telling and Enacting Stories in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: Implications for Teaching Psychotherapy
Richard G. Honig, Mary C. Grace, Jacob D. Lindy, C. Janet Newman,
and James L. Titchener, Portraits of Survival: A Twenty-year Follow-up of the Children of Buffalo Creek
Jenifer A. Nields,
Reflections on a Year’s Psychotherapy with a Psychotic Man
Lyle L. Warner,
Family Romance Resolution in George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda

"All of the papers are thoughtful, informative, and well documented with relevant clinical material. . . . This volume is in the best tradition of psychoanalytic literature which combines scholarly thought and theory with literary quality in the sensitive portrayals of human processes, pain, dramas, and?ultimately?triumph."?Helen Palisin, Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography