Building Bridges: Selected Psychoanalytic Papers of Helen K. Gediman

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Table of Contents for:Building Bridges: Selected Psychoanalytic Papers of Helen K. Gediman 

Acknowledgments

 Preface

 INTRODUCTION: Fred Pine

Chapter 1

Author’s General Introduction

Gediman, H.K. (1998). Influences: parents, teachers, colleagues. In J. Reppen, Ed., Why I Became A Psychotherapist. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

Part I. TRAUMA AND FANTASY

Author’s Introduction

Chapter 2

Gediman, H.K., (1971). The concept of stimulus barrier: its review and reformulation as an adaptive ego function. Intl J. Psycho-anal. 52: 243-257.

Chapter 3

Gediman, H.K. (1984). Actual neurosis and psychoneurosis. Int. J. Psycho-anal. 65: 191-20

 

Chapter 4

Gediman, H.K. (1991). Seduction trauma: Complemental intrapsychicand interpersonal perspectives on fantasy and reality. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 8:381-401.

Part II. CONFLICT AND DEFICIT

Author’s Introduction

Chapter 5

Gediman, H.K. (1983). Annihilation anxiety: the experience of deficit in neurotic compromise formation. Int. J. Pscho-Anal., 64: 59-70.

 

Chapter 6

Gediman, H.K. (1989). Conflict and deficit models of psychopathology: A unificatory point of view. In: D. Detrick and S. Detrick, Eds. Self Psychology: Comparisons and Contrasts. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press.

 

PART III. LOVE AND DEATH

Authors’s Introduction

Chapter 7

Gediman, H.K. (1975). Reflections on romanticism, narcissism, and creativity. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 23: 407-423. Also in Gediman,, H.K. Fantasies of Love and Death in Life Art. NewYork: New York University Press, 1995.

 

Chapter 8

Gediman, H.K. (1981). On love, dying together and Liebestod fantasies. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn.,29: 607-330. Also in Gediman, H.K. Fantasies of Love and Death in Life and Art. New York: New York University Press, 1995.

Chapter 9

Gediman, H.K. (1995) Resurrection fantasies in art and the love life of an older man. In Gediman, H.K. Fantasies of Love and Death in and Life and Art. NY: New York University Press, 1995.

PART IV SEX AND GENDER

Author’s Introduction

Chapter 10

Gediman, H.K. (1993). Men masquerading as women: Imposture, illusion and dénouement in the play, “M. Butterfly.” Psychoanal. Psychol., 10: 460-479. Also in Gediman, H.K. and Lieberman, J.S. The Many Faces of Deceit. Northvale NJ andLondon: Jason Aronson, 1995. [book, in office has updated version]

 

Chapter 11

Gediman, H.K. (2005). Premodern, modern, and postmodern perspectives on sex and gender mixes. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 53: 1059-1078.

 

PART V. DECEIT AND THE DECEPTIONS OF EVERYDAY LIFE

Author’s Introduction

Chapter 12.

Gediman, H.K. (1985). Imposture, inauthenticity, and feeling fraudulent. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 33: 911-935. Also in Gediman, H.K. & Lieberman, J.S. The Many Faces of Deceit. NJ and London: Jason Aronson.

 

Chapter 13

Gediman, H.K. (1986). The plight of the imposturous candidate: Learning among the pulls and pressures and pulls of power in the institute. Psychoanal. Inq., 6: 67-91. Also in Gediman, H.K. and Lieberman, J.S. The Many Faces of Deceit. Northvale, Ne Jersey: Jason Aronson

 

Part VI TREATMENT AND SUPERVISION: INTRAPSYCHIC AND INTERPERSONAL PERSPECTIVES

Chapter 14

Gediman, H.K. & Wolkenfeld, F. (1980). The Parallelism phenomenon in psychoanalysis and supervision: Its reconsideration as a triadic system. Psychoanal. Quart., 49:234-255.

 

Chapter 15

Gediman, H.K. (!990). On the transition from psychotherapy to psychoanalysis in H. Siegel et al Eds., Psychoasalytic Reflections on Current Issues. New York: New York Univ. Press.

 

Chapter 16

Gediman, H.K. (1997). Discussion of two articles: “Criteria for termination.” By Steven J. Ellman and “On Long Analyses” by Warren S. Poland. Psychoan Psychol. 14:211-220.

 

Chapter 17

Gediman, H.K. (1998). The therapeutic action in the reasl, transferentiasl, and therapeutic object relationship. In: C.S. Ellman et al, Eds. The Modern Freudians: Contemporary Psychoanalaytic Technique. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson.

 

Chapter 18

Gediman, H.K. (2006). Facilitating analysis with implicit and explicit self-disclosures. Psychoanal. Dialogues. 16:42-262.

 

Chapter 19

Gediman, H.K. (2006) Reply to commentaries by Chris Bonovitz, Stephen Hartman, and Joyce Slochower. Pscyhoanal. Dialogues. 16:305-316.

 

EPILOGUE

Gediman, H.K. (2011) Cutting edge controversies: True and false dichotomies. Psychoanal. Rev.; 98;613-632

 

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