Journal Articles and Book Chapters by BPSI Authors

Posted in Recent Work

John C. Foehl (2020). Lived Depth: A Phenomenology of Psychoanalytic Process and Identity. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 40(2), 131-146. Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD (2019). Body and Mind: Two Sides of One Coin. The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 42(1-2), 93-102. Robin Gomolin, PsyaD (2019). The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust trauma: A psychoanalytic theory revisited. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 88(3), 461–500. Anna...

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The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis

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Cover art by Jonathan Palmer, MD The Role of the Patient-Analyst Match in the Process and Outcome of Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2020) is a new book by a BPSI member, Judy Kantrowitz, PhD. The volume is a compilation of her previously published papers on the patient-analyst “match” and its effect on the process and outcome of psychoanalysis. The match between patient and analyst places attention on the dynamic effect of interactions...

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Diagnosing from a Distance

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work

Diagnosing from a Distance: Debates over Libel Law, Media, and Psychiatric Ethics from Barry Goldwater to Donald Trump (Cambridge University Press, 2020) is a new book by a BPSI Candidate Member, John Martin-Joy, MD. Ever since the rise of Adolf Hitler, mental health professionals have sought to use their knowledge of human psychology to understand – and intervene in – political developments. From Barry Goldwater to Donald Trump,...

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The Trouble With Modern Psychiatry

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The Trouble With Modern Psychiatry: A Basis in Science For the Subjective Mind (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2017) is a recent book by a BPSI Member, Ronald Abramson, MD. Why do people hate psychiatrists? In the past decades enormous advances have been made in understanding the biology of mental disorders which lead to more effective biological treatments, and yet there is a growing anti-psychiatry movement whose members often feel that...

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Finding a Place to Stand

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Finding a Place to Stand: Developing Self-Reflective Institutions, Leaders and Citizens (Phoenix Publishing House, 2020) is a new book by a BPSI member, Edward R. Shapiro, MD. What stands between us and authoritarianism seems increasingly fragile. Democratic practices are under attack by foreign intrusion into elections; voter suppression restricts citizen participation. Nations are turning to autocratic leaders in the face of rapid social...

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The Psychoanalytic Ear and the Sociological Eye

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In her new book, The Psychoanalytic Ear and the Sociological Eye: Toward an American Independent Tradition (Routledge, 2019), Nancy J. Chodorow brings together her two professional identities, psychoanalyst and sociologist, as she also brings together and moves beyond two traditions within American psychoanalysis, naming for the first time an American independent tradition. The book’s chapters move inward, toward fine-tuned discussions of...

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