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The Psychoanalytic Psychology journal serves as a resource for original contributions that reflect and broaden the interaction between psychoanalysis and psychology.
This editorial introduces the current issue of Psychoanalytic Psychology. Last year the Journal celebrated its 30th year of publication with several r...
In this paper I describe my personal journey in infant research and psychoanalysis. I describe my work with Daniel Stern and Joseph Jaffe in infant re...
Concepts of mentalization, affect consciousness, and mindfulness have been increasingly emphasized as crucial in psychotherapy of diverse orientations...
In order to Test Fonagy’s (Fonagy & Bateman, 2008) hypotheses on the relationships among borderline personality disorder (BPD), mentalization, and...
Patients with anger management problems tend to be unreflective patients who externalize blame for their problems with impulse control. This resistanc...
In order to prevent relapse into criminality, it is important to understand what precedes criminal behavior. Two earlier studies found deficits in men...
This article considers the importance of focusing on the patient’s experiential world in the treatment process. It also presents an evidence-based con...
This is a qualitative 25-year, longitudinal study of mother−child relationships in a middle-class, nonlitigating, divorced California population. At t...
It is with great sadness that we inform our readers of the death of Judith Wallerstein in June 2012. Judith was a wonderful colleague and friend. Thos...
Extensive clinical reports and a few empirical investigations indicate that a disrupted relationship with mother and a distorted sense of self are cen...
This paper investigates some psychodynamic aspects of a new global class: New Cosmopolitans work in highly creative professions that are organized in ...
Psychoanalysis over the Internet is discussed as a means of reflecting on the way we think about theory of technique generally, and on what we mean by...