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January 2019

The Betty Golde Smith Library at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute has 35 journal subscriptions available. Here is a sample of current articles that may be of interest to you. Please contact me at or 314-361-7075 (ext. 324) if you have questions about accessing journal articles.    –David Bachman, Librarian


American Imago (2018, issue 3)

Richard P. Wheeler
A place to fall apart: Merle Haggard’s music

American Journal of Psychoanalysis (2018, issue 3)

Joan Sacks Lentz
The interplay of the two hemispheres of the brain in psychoanalysis

Ilany Kogan
Master of the universe: Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” through a psychoanalytic lens

Journal of Child Psychotherapy (2018, issue 2)

Sandra Carpi Lapi, Elisabetta Fattirolli and Maria Grazia Pini
The internet and psychotherapy with adolescents and preadolescents: some thoughts about the countertransference

Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy (2018, issue 3)

Emeric Bojarski and Zheala Qayyum
Psychodynamics of suicide in lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender youth

Journal of the American Journal of Psychoanalysis (2018, issue 4)

Julie Jaffee Nagel
Memory slip: stage fright and performing musicians

Psychoanalytic Dialogues (2018, issue 4)

Derek Hook
Melancholic psychosis—a Lacanian approach

Psychoanalytic Inquiry (2018, issue 6; special issue on Free Association)

Joseph Schachter
Free association from Freud to current use—the effects of training analysis on the use of free association

Psychoanalytic Quarterly (2018, issue 3)

Thomas B. Ogden
How I talk with my patients

Bennett Simon, What are perversions? Sexuality, ethics, psychoanalysis, by Sergio Benvenuto (book review)

The Psychoanalytic Review (2018, issue 4)

Joyce M. Rosenberg
Celebrating the wounded healer psychotherapist: pain, post-traumatic growth and self-disclosure

Psychodynamic Psychiatry (2018, issue 2)

Richard C. Friedman and Jennifer I. Downey
Editorial: Psychiatric ethics and the Goldwater rule

Studies in Gender and Sexuality (2018, issue 3)

Emily Green
Melanie Klein and the black mammy: an exploration of the influence of the mammy stereotype on Klein’s maternal and its contribution to the “whiteness” of psychoanalysis

All of these journals are made available to you when you visit us at the Betty Golde Smith Library.  Stop by weekdays, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.