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Melanie Klein: Her World and Her Work
This massive tome is an extraordinary book—a chef d'oeuvre and obviously a labor of love. It is neither a biography nor a comprehensive study of Melanie Klein's theories and work. Rather, it includesExpand
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Dance Movement Therapy: Theory and Practice
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The Sexually Abused Male
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Masochism revisited: reflections on masochism and its childhood antecedents.
  • N. Shainess
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of psychotherapy
  • 1997
Masochism, originally described as sexual perversion by Sacher von Masoch, was elaborated by Freud to include personality pathology, and further developed by Bieber and others. The DSM-III includedExpand
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Countertransference Problems with Money
A search for references on the significance of attitudes toward money in the psychoanalytic literature produced little. Before exploring this, it seems worthwhile to review briefly the meaning ofExpand
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A Look at Human Sexual Inadequacy
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Charles Dickens: The first (interpersonal) psychoanalyst or—a christmas carol: A literary psychoanalysis
  • N. Shainess
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of psychoanalysis
  • 1 December 1992
Charles Dickens appeared on the British scene in 1812, approximately 300 years after Shakespeare. It may seem to some an exaggeration to connect him with the preeminent writer of all time, WilliamExpand
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Ruminations on Chivalry
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Women in Society: Making a Difference