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Existing research in substrate coupling noise in mixedsignal circuits has concen tratedon the problem of the high speed digital circuitry in uencing the highly sensitive analog circuitry [1{6]. It has been demonstrated in the literature that physical design plays an important role in minimizing the in uence of substrate noise generated by the digital(More)
  • S. Warner
  • The Journal of the American Academy of…
  • 1991
Because personal affluence and an alloplastic adjustment tend to go together, psychiatric treatment encounters special problems in trying to help the very rich. These patients frequently show a strong sense of entitlement and a denial of any psychological problem. This creates special treatment problems. They feel entitled to the "very best," which includes(More)
In the few previous measurements of topographic form drag in the ocean, drag that is much larger than a typical bluff body drag estimate has been consistently found. In this work, theory combined with a numerical model of tidal flow around a headland in a channel gives insight into the mechanisms that create form drag in oscillating flow situations. The(More)
  • S. Warner
  • The Journal of the American Academy of…
  • 1991
Princess Marie Bonaparte was a colorful yet mysterious member of Freud's inner circle of psychoanalysis. In analysis with Freud beginning in 1925 (she was then 45 years old), she became a lay analyst and writer of many papers and books. Her most ambitious task was a 700-page psychobiography of Edgar Allan Poe that was first published in French in 1933. She(More)
A warp in the childhood emotional pattern may involve the ego and superego enough to cause psychotic elements or coloring, which may evolve into the psychotic character or into the potential for it or for psychosis. A brief review of relevant literature and a series of clinical vignettes are presented from the perspective of Alexander's model of the(More)
  • S. Warner
  • The Journal of the American Academy of…
  • 1989
I have tried to clarify Sigmund Freud's attitude toward money during the different time periods of his life. Most biographers have written that Freud was born into a poor family that later was elevated to the socioeconomic middle class in Vienna. This traditional viewpoint can be supported by various of Freud's letters and writings. A very different(More)
  • S. Warner
  • The Journal of the American Academy of…
  • 1991
Freud first saw this in America's attitude toward the use of cocaine. It was freely and legally used and even promoted by American physicians as beneficial in many medical conditions. Freud was first swept along by America's prococaine enthusiasm. He narrowly missed destroying his own medical reputation by his continuing close connection and advocacy of(More)