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      Dowling, S. (1990). Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults. Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults, 1-232. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut.
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      Dowling, S. (1990). Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults , 1-232. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut .

      Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults Next

      Edited by:
      Scott Dowling, M.D.

      Contents

      Contributors vii
      Introduction  
        Scott Dowling, M.D. ix
      Section I. Historical Review
      1. From Past to Present: Major Contributors from Child and Adolescent Analysis  
        Melvin Scharfman, M.D. 3
      Section II. The Workshop Papers
      2. Discontinuity in Child and Adult Analysis  
        Samuel Abrams, M.D. 23
      3. How Clinical Work with Children Can Inform the Therapist of Adults  
        Judith Fingert Chused, M.D. 37
      4. The Child Analyst at Work with His Adult Patients  
        Morton Shane, M.D. 55
      5. Adolescent Fixation in Adult Psychopathology  
        Peter Blos, Jr., M.D. 67
      6. The Significance of Adolescent Analysis for Clinical Work With Adults  
        Jack Novick, Ph.D. 81

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      7. The Adolescent Process and Adult Treatment  
        Phyllis Tyson, Ph.D. 95
      8. The No Age Time: Early Adolescence and Its Consequences  
        Theodore Jacobs, M.D. 107
      Section III. The Discussions
      9. Does Child and Adolescent Analysis Add to the Findings from Adult Analysis?  
        Charles Brenner, M.D. 125
      10. A General Discussion of the Papers  
        Bernard L. Pacella, M.D. 135
      11. The Inner Life of the Analyst: A Reflection on the Papers  
        James McLaughlin, M.D. 153
      12. Discussion of the Papers with Comments on Acting Out and Enactment  
        John MacLeod, M.D. 169
      13. The Authors Respond  
        Melvin Scharfman, M.D., Samuel Abrams, M.D., Judith Fingert Chused, M.D., Morton Shane, M.D., Peter Blos, Jr., M.D., Jack Novick, Ph.D., Phyllis Tyson, Ph.D., Theodore Jacobs, M.D. 181
      Section IV. Epilogue
      14. Epilogue  
        Scott Dowling, M.D. 205
      References 215
      Name Index 223
      Subject Index 225

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      Article Citation [Who Cited This?]

      Dowling, S. (1990). Child and Adolescent Analysis: Its Significance for Clinical Work with Adults. 1-232. International Universities Press, Inc. Madison Connecticut .

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