Freud and Dora: 100 Years Later: Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25.1

1st Edition

Susan S Levine

Published February 27, 2017
Reference - 118 Pages
ISBN 9781138161818 - CAT# Y218433

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Table of Contents

SUSAN S. LEVINE, L.C.S.W., Issue Editor--Prologue
LILLIAN WEISSBERG, Ph.D.--Exit Dora: Freud's Patient Takes Leave
PATRICK J. MAHONY, PH.D.--Freud's Unadorned and Unadorable:
A Case History Terminable and Interminable
DAVID M. SACHS, M.D.--Reflections on Freud's Dora Case After 48 Years
MELVIN BORNSTEIN, M.D.--What Freud Did Not Write About Dora
EMILY A. KURILOFF, PSY.D.--What's Going On with Dora? An Interpersonal Perspective
JEAN-MICHEL RABAT, PH.D.--Dora's Gift; Or, Lacan's Homage to Dora
PAUL H. ORNSTEIN, M.D.--When "Dora" Came to See Me for a Second Analysis
SUSAN S. LEVINE, L.C.S.W., Issue Editor--Epilogue


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