A PSYCHOANALYTIC READING LIST

Prepared By: Robin J. Renders, Ph.D.

On behalf of the Fellowship Committee American Psychoanalytic Association

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Psychoanalytic Theory (I) A. History …………………………………………………………………………..3 B. Biography ………………………………………………………………………3 Psychoanalytic Theory (II) A. General Reference…………. …………………………………………………...3 B. Theoretical Perspectives ………………………………………………………4 C. Freudian Theory ………………………………………………………………...4 D. Drive Theory ……………………………………………………………………4 E. Ego Psychology ………………………………………………………………….4 F. British Object Relations Theory …………………………………………………5 G. Contemporary Kleinian Theory .……………………………………………...5 H. American Object Relations………………..……………………………………...5 I. Attachment Theory ………………………………………………………………6 J. Self Psychology ………………………………………………………………….6 K. Lacanian, Interpersonal, Relational Perspectives…………………………….…...6 Essential Concepts A. Seduction Theory ………………………………………………………………...6 B. Trauma Theory …………………………………………………………………...7 C. Oedipal Complex.…………………………………………………………………7 D. The Unconscious …………………………………………………… ………….7 E. Affect……………………………………………………………………………..8 F. Aggression ………………………………………………………………………..8 G. Mental Representation/Unconscious Fantasy.……………… ……………………8 Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique A. General References …………………………………………………………….…9 B. Psychoanalytic Process …………………………………………………………...9 C. Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.………………………………9 D. The Psychoanalytic Situation……………………………………………………...10 E. Therapeutic Action……………………………………………………………… 10 F. Transference and Countertransference …………………..………………………..10 G Other ………………………………..…………………………………………….11 Development….. ………………………………………………………………………11 A. General Reference …………………………………………………………………11 B. Developmental Concepts and Child Analysis…………………………………….. 12 C. Developmental Psychopathology………………………………………………......13 Psychopathology A. General Reference …………………………………………………………………13 B. Concepts of Character ……………………………………………………………..13 C. Defense and Adaptation………………………………………………………...….14 D. Anxiety, Depression, and Personality Disorder ………………………………...…14

.………………………………………………………. Group.. Abbreviated list of Psychoanalytic papers …………………………………….………………………………………………16 Philosophy of Science/Hermeneutics ………………………………………………. Sigmund Freud—short list of critical papers …………………………………. Methodology…………………………………………………………………….15 Family. & Community.15 VII. XI.. Gender & Sexuality…………………………………………………………………….. Studies………………………………………………………………………………18 Appendices A.17 B.2 E...16 Research A.. X.19 B.…. VIII.... Psychoses……………………………………………………………… ………….. IX.……20 Reference for Sigmund Freud: SE = Standard Edition of the complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud Reference abbreviations for journals: IJP = International Journal of Psychoanalysis IRP = International Review of Psychoanalysis JAPA = Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association PI = Psychoanalytic Inquiry PQ = Psychoanalytic Quarterly PSCh = Psychoanalytic Study of the Child .15 Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience...

6. Gay. Biography 1. 2. London: Routledge. E (1953). Freud. PE (1988). EJ (1985). P & Steiner. London: Routledge. Hinshelwood. The Language of Psychoanalysis. Stepansky.3 I. (3rd Edition. Jones. J & Pontalis. Bergmann. New York: IUP. Helene Deutsch. Anchor Press. The Freud-Klein Controversies 1941-1945.W. Reflections on the history of psychoanalysis. 4. New York: Summit Books. Holmes. Freud: A Life for Our Time. II. 8. 4. Inc. A (1988). JAPA. Anna Freud. RD (1989). New York: Knopf.) (1991). 3. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Psychoanalytic Theory A.The Memoirs of Margaret S. B. D & Rapaport. Basic Books. A History of Experimental Psychology. Mahler. E (1988). New York: The Free Press. Norton & Co. Acts of Will: The Life and Work of Otto Rank. Psychoanalytic Theory (II) A. 10. 7. W. Phillips. Grosskurth. P (1991). John Bowlby and Attachment Theory. LaPlanche. New York. New York: Basic Books. III. Melanie Klein. 5. The Secret Ring: Freud’s Inner Circle and the Politics of Psychoanalysis. Rycroft. Doubleday. MA: Addison-Wesley. HS (1991). London: Free Association Books. New York: W. Strozier. 6. Moore. Heinz Kohut: The Making of a Psychoanalyst. P (1985). American Psychoanalytic Association. Lieberman. Psychological Issues. Decker. II. History 1. J (1993). EG (1920). Shakow. 3. C (1968). Norton & Co. London: Free Association. New York: Free Press. Straus & Giroux. New York: The Free Press. A Critical Dictionary of Psychoanalysis. 929-955. 9. King. Dora. D (1964). Psychoanalytic Terms & Concepts. A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought. Boring. Roazen. BD (1990). Young-Bruehl.Winnicott. 1957). 5. Volumes I. P (1988). BE & Fine. MS (1993). 4. 2. . New York: W. The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud. J-B (1967). R (Eds. P (1986). The influence of Freud in American psychology. and Vienna 1900. Monograph 13. 2. 3. Grosskurth. NY: Farrar. Reading. General Reference Books 1. CB (2001). 41.

Fonagy. A short study of the development of the libido. Gill. 7. 659-673. . P. 3-20. Rangell. Loewald. C. Johns Hopkins Univ. New York: IUP 3. 2. E. Metapsychology is not psychology. On motivation and instinct theory. E (1946). Press. J. RR (1989). A (1936). A. 26. RS (1990). Sulloway. 359-395. L (2004). Holt. Cambridge. American Psychoanalytic Association. 6. F (1990). PQ. 190-223. 3. 2. Psychoanalysis: The common ground. London: Hogarth (1927). FJ (1992). Erikson. Object. II. Theoretical Perspectives 1. D (1986). 4. Brenner. The Complete Letters of Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess 1887-1904. Pine. Kernberg. and Self: A Synthesis for Clinical Work. 2. Anzieu. Monograph 53. M (2003). Ego development and historical change: clinical notes. AH (1999). Holder. NY: Basic Books. Freud: Biologist of the Mind. The Writings of Anna Freud. Ego Psychology 1. P & Target. Freud 1. NY: Basic Books. My Life in Theory. 91-128. 66. 4. Classical Drive Theory and Extensions 1. Press 5.) London: Hogarth Press. D. In Aggression in Personality Disorders and Perversions. NY: Brunner-Routledge.analysis. compromise formation and structural theory. K (1924). R (1992). Retelling a Life: Narration and Dialogue in Psychoanalysis. Freud. Freud Reappraised. Cambridge. H (1971). PSCh. MM (1976). Dare. 71. In Selected Papers of Karl Abraham. Wallerstein. New Haven: Yale Univ. Freud’s Self. 4. JM (Ed. M (1997). Sandler. C & Dreher. Masson. 1. 71-105. 397-417. Drive. Psychological Issues. Ego. Status of psychoanalytic theory of instinctual drives: I. New York: IUP. PQ. New perspectives on drive theory.) (1985). 3. 5. Psychoanalytic Theories. C (2002). MA: Harvard University Press. MA: The Belknap Press. 3. Abraham. Compton. 2. Volume II: The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense. New York: Guilford Press.4 B. PSCh. Freud’s Models of the Mind: An Introduction. Life and Death in Psychoanalysis. PQ. Vol. 74. Drive theory revisited. 2. J (1976). Conflict. Schafer. viewed in the light of mental disorders. London: Karnac Books. A (1983). 50. IJP.Graham (Trans. OF (1992). 6. Peskin. 377-402. LaPlanche.

London: Hogarth. Guntrip.) (1994). DDW (1963). Feldman. 181-198. 2. Bion. Fairbairn. Synopsis of an object-relations theory of the personality. JAPA. 75-127. Schafer. JAPA. R (1960). Wallerstein. Jacobson. F. The concept of internal object relations. Sutherland. Psychic Equilibrium and Psychic Change: Selected Papers of Betty Joseph. On the first three subphases of the separation-individuation process. 308-315. Fairbairn. Vol.) (1989). 15. G. Internal World and External Reality: Object Relations Theory Applied. JAPA. 8. The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment. London: Tavistock. V (1976). Scharff. 7. 6. Rapaport. Balint. 5. The Basic Fault: Therapeutic Aspects of Regression. 409-432. 28. Marcus. EB (Eds. 5. H. M (1968). (2). The growth and transformation of American ego psychology. I & II. 4. 829-860. EI (Eds. Modern ego psychology. Ego Psychology and the Problem of Adaptation. Klein. Winnicott. New York: IUP. PI. 53. M (1957). 3. H (1958). Hartmann. Kernberg. 224 – 225. PQ. PSCh. London: Tavistock. 843-871. Spillius. 14. Psychological Issues. 6. M & Spillius. D (1980). 2. 50. . Volkan. 44. 64. T (1983). 2. 5. 333-338. 324-364. Monograph 6. RS (2002). IJP. D (1960). ER (1999). The British object relations theorists: Balint. The loving and beloved superego in Freud’s structural theory.5 4. Winnicott. British Object Relations 1. WR (1959). 47. New York: IUP. American Object Relations 1. 40. II. The structure of psychoanalytic theory. Schafer. Envy and Gratitude. D.R. EB (1994). Ogden. 3. DE & Birtles. 163-188. WRD (1963). OF (1980). New York: Aronson. 9. 135-169. 7. 3. PSCh. IJP. Mahler. 4. R (1994). Fairbairn. From Instinct to Self: Selected Papers of W. NJ: London: Jason Aronson. IJP. LXIII. Attacks on Linking. Primitive Internalized Object Relations. E (1954). Contemporary Kleinians 1. Northvale. Developments in Kleinian thought: Overview and personal view. MS (1972). The contemporary Kleinians of London. London: Routledge. The self and object world: vicissitudes of their infantile cathexes and their influence on ideational and affective development. IJP.

PH & Kay. Relational Psychoanalysis: The Emergence of a Tradition. Bowlby. Ecrits. JAPA. The disorders of the self and their treatment: An outline. Abraham. Blehar. E & Wall. The nature of the child’s tie to his mother. PSCh. Vol. ES (1978). L (1999). 4. The self in psychoanalytic theory. 359-381. The analyst’s participation: A new look. Intersubjectivity in psychoanalysis: A critical review. F & Gaudilliere. E (1997). 39. Seduction Theory 1. JD & Wolf. Essential Concepts A. 983-994. Studies on hysteria. Trans. 45. SA & Aron. J (2001). 2. “Incest—see under Oedipus complex”: The history of an error in psychoanalysis. Water. 2. New York: WW Norton. 40. 6. Loewald. Self Psychology 1. 16. J. H & Wolf. Davoine. M (1994). I (1992). Patterns of Attachment: A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation. 723-738. J (1990). J (1958). Rangell. Interdisciplinary. History Beyond Trauma: Whereof One Cannot Speak. Review of The Analysis of the Self by Heinz Kohut. 759-775. Greenberg. HW (1973). 3. HC (1996). MP. 76. Other Theoretical Perspectives: Lacan. 9. 2. One hundred years on: A century of psychoanalysis. Lichtenberg. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Ch. General principles of self psychology: A position statement. IUP: New York. H (1971). 3. Bretherton. 5. B (1992). 3. III. Developmental Psychology. The origins of attachment theory: John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth. Halberstadt-Freud. 42. 49. Lacan. 350-373. Simon. Hillsdale. JM (2004). JAPA. Ainsworth. Kohut. 59. MD. PQ.6 I. IJP. 28. JAPA. 955-988. In Review of Psychiatry. 441-457. 5. 863-891. IJP. JAPA. Intersubjective and Relational 1. K. J (1977). Ornstein. 77. JAPA. The Analysis of the Self. S (1978). NJ: The Analytic Press. L (1982). Kohut. Hillsdale: JVJ. Dunn. Mitchell. Monograph #4. NY: Other Press. Development of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology: A historical-conceptual Overview. 2. J (1995). 30. 6. . N & Torok. IJP. 303-322. N Rand. 413-425. The Shell and the Kernel. Thereof One Cannot Stay Silent. Attachment Theory 1. 531 4.

Klein. Chassequet-Smirgel. Trauma and affects. Wakefield. EJ (1991). 286-306. Mahon. Ellenberger. Max Graf’s “Reminiscences of Sigmund Freud” revisited: New evidence from the Freud Archives. J (1987). 3. 5. JAPA. Is the Oedipus complex still the cornerstone of psychoanalysis? JAPA. JC (2007). 937-965. M (1945). 5-147. 3. PQ. JAPA. Ross. MMR (1963). Eagle. JAPA. NY: NYU Press. 339-390. PSCh. 35. 81-116. Simon. Abrams. H (1975). Trauma and object relationship. The Unconscious 1. Good. J. 1921-1945. HF (1957).7 3. Brenneis. JAPA. conviction. Trauma and abuse in the case of Little Hans: A contemporary perspective. In Sexuality and Mind. 77. SE 10. 2. 55. 7. 9. In Contributions to Psycho-Analysis. The dissolution of the Oedipus complex. S (1924). Screen reconstructions: Traumatic memory. JM (2007). 21. 149-183. Fantasy and reality in the Oedipal phase. 8. D. Hillsdale. Revenge and resentment in the Oedipus situation. J (1996). Analysis of a phobia in a five year old boy. 1027-1053. and the problem of verification. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. The archaic matrix of the Oedipus complex. 3-15. NJ: Analytic Press. In R Stern (Ed. MN (1987). AH (1983). The “stimulus barrier. 4. Steiner. 6. 83-100. B (1991). 1948. PQ. H (1985). M (1969). 433-443. Belief and suggestion in the recovery of memories of childhood sexual abuse.” PSCh. The Oedipal Complex 1. Trauma Theory 1. Loewald. 60. 641-668. The Oedipus complex in the light of early anxieties. 55. PSCh. 11. S (1909). The concept of cumulative trauma. The “dissolution” of the Oedipus complex: A neglected cognitive factor. 779-797. 42. Schimek. JC (2007). 628-634. 5. . Balint. PSCh. 821-849. 193-207. 4. 39. 6. JAPA. 2. 149-192. Fact and fantasy in the seduction theory: A historical review. B. 155-189. 38. 54. PQ. (1986). Khan. IJP. Wakefield. Freud. 50. 39. M (1998). SE 19. Krystal. Attachment and sibling rivalry in Little Hans: The fantasy of the two giraffes revisited. C. 72. London: Hogarth.173-179. 46. S (1984). 12. CB (1994). 33.) Theories of the Unconscious and Theories of the Self. 435-443. Esman. IJP. The unconscious before Freud. 10. 429-435. Oedipus complex and development of the self. 2. 18. Freud. The psychoanalytic and the cognitive unconscious.

The clinical analysis of affects. Green. Supp. 6. D (1993). E. PQ. OF (1991). Monograph #39. Psychological Issues. Psychoanalytic Psychology. A (1999). NY: Touchstone Press. JAPA. 4.8 3. Integration of the cognitive and the psycho-dynamic unconscious. The scientific status of unconscious processes: Is Freud really dead? JAPA. 5. 3. 2. American Psychologist. 1445-1452. Schafer. PE (1977). JAPA. Stern. XLII. The social matrix of aggression: enactments and representations of loving and hating in the first years of life. 12. 159-209. An evolutionary and developmental approach to human aggressiveness. 6. 48. The Fabric of Affect in the Psychoanalytic Discourse. 13. Mental Representation/Unconscious Fantasy 1. Rapaport. 75-108. S (1994). 5. The past unconscious and the present unconscious. L & Cohen. Green. 21. A (1972). JAPA. 349-354. The cognitive unconscious. The contribution of mother-infant mutual influence to the origins of self. Epstein. In A. Beebe. 38. PQ. F (1988). IJP. Normal and pathological moods: their nature and functions. Westen. J & Sandler. E (1957). H (1992). G. Freud. London: Routledge. 27. JE (1996). A view of the development of hostility in early life. 49. The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life. 3. IRP. B & Lachmann. 5. . Aggression 1. PSCh. DN (1988). 305-337. 7.and object representations. The affective unconscious and the cognitive unconscious. 7. 39. Galenson. Sandler. 47. 6. 1061-1106. SE V. 5. Affect in the context of the infant’s lived experience: Some considerations. 4. 69. NY: IUP. 12. R (1964). New York. PSCh. E (1986). Parens. Kohut. J (1973). 177-198. Kernberg. Supp. Piaget. Science. Kihlstrom. J (1969). F. 8. 209-238. The psychopathology of hatred. A-M (1994). 2. 233-238. PSCh. H (1972). Affect 1. Hamburg. JF (1987). 278-292. 39. On the psychoanalytic theory of affects. 709-724. Unconscious fantasy and disturbances of conscious experience. 49. Stepansky. 185-196. Jacobson. D (1999). JAPA. IJP. Some thoughts about infant psychopathology and aggressive development. XIV. 129-174. 145-169. Freud. LeDoux. 4. Arlow. Thoughts on narcissism and narcissistic rage. D (1953). DA (1973). Comments on aggression. 53. A history of aggression in Freud. 2. 13-72. 249-261. 360-400. 163-171. IJP. 8. Affect in Freud’s work. 73-126. 237. 1-27. 34. Mayes. S (1915). The Unconscious. PSCh.

21. empathy and psychoanalysis. 5. Fenichel. Kernberg. O (1941). 1075-1091. 3. Meissner. 7. 7. 7. C & Holder. General Reference 1. A & Ornstein. Sandler. 17. IV. JAPA. 323-340. IJP. 6. Sandler. Schafer. B. The nature and function of phantasy. 8. R (1962). 17. 2. Sharpe. & Rosenblatt. 3. Schafer. New York: IUP. 5. A (1982). OF (1993). IJP. Ct: Yale Univ. L (1968). Etchegoyan. Ch. . TH (1992). SE XII. The dream specimen of psychoanalysis. EF (1940). Rangell. New York: IUP. Erikson. 1-9. M (1954). E (1970). 89. Psychoanalysis and exploratory psychotherapy. H (1959). New Haven. J. RH (1991). Dare. 29. 6. Convergences and divergences in contemporary psychoanalytic technique. Is there still a place for the concept of ‘therapeutic regression’ in psychoanalysis? IJP. Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 1. J.9 3. Problems of Psychoanalytic Technique. 128-145. Gabbard. R (1968). Kohut. EP (1995). 9. Kernberg. Boundaries and Boundary Violations in Psychoanalysis. 6. Press. 80. 49. 771-797. GO & Lester. London: Karnac. NY: IUP. Freud. 4. 74. Monograph 50. A (1992). 73-97. E (1954). PSCh. C. OF (1999). The psychoanalytic process. The Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique. 523-540. WW (1979). 2. Karnac: London. 5. Kris. Spurling. S (1911-1915). Introspection. Beres. London: Karnac. The concept of mental representation in psychoanalysis. JAPA. S (1948). IJP. Aspects of Internalization. LS (2008). Psycho-physical problems revealed in language: An examination of metaphor. 4. R (1983). Psychoanalysis. NY: Basic Books. London: Hogarth Press: 4. Greenson. Ornstein. The Technique and Practice of Psychoanalysis. Vol. Psychoanalytic Process 1. IJP. JAPA. Projective Identification and Psychotherapeutic Technique. IJP. PH (1990). 459-483. 19-26. Free Association: Method and Process. New York: Basic Books. 51. D & Joseph. Gill. The Analytic Attitude. In Review of Psychiatry. Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique A. 5-26. 201-213. 8. IJP. Internalization in the psychoanalytic process Psychological Issues. 2. Isaacs. The concept of the representational world. The process of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: A self-psychological perspective. 2. Papers on technique. psychoanalytic psychotherapy and supportive psychotherapy: contemporary controversies. 7. New York: Psychoanalytic Quarterly. RR (1967). 2. Ogden. The Patient and the Analyst. 659-673.

A (1992). Adler. S (1912). On the nature and aims of psycho-analytical treatment. Notes on transference: universal phenomenon and the hardest part of analysis. Similarities and differences between psychoanalysis and dynamic psychotherapy. SE XII. Gabbard. The widening scope of indications for psychoanalysis. RH (1983). 39. 24. Free association and analytic neutrality: The basic structure of the psychoanalytic situation. Etchegoyan. Rangell. New York: New York University Press. JAPA. 374-385. 285-308. 563-591. 5. 46. WW (1998). 29. 127-159. 9-48. Wallerstein. 789-817. Neutrality. Modell. 701-717. PQ. Transference and Countertransference 1. L (1954). DP (1994). 38. IJP. 41. Strachey. IJP. A (Ed. E & Bachart. L (1954). Fairbairn. Understanding therapeutic action in the analytic situation: A second look at the developmental metaphor. F. . Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy: An historical perspective. 3. 4. The nature of the therapeutic action of psycho-analysis. Fonagy. L (1981). The roles of mental representation and mental processes in therapeutic action. Structure and function in psychoanalysis. Countertransference: The emerging common ground. R (1989). H (1960). JAPA. Some technical and theoretical considerations regarding the missed session. J (1996). 64. Steiner. 7. On the therapeutic action of psycho-analysis. 42.) (1990). 73. Spruiell. 70. JAPA. IJP. 2. JAPA. The rules and frame of the psychoanalytic situation. J (1996). LC & Spence. (1993). 2. 2. The dynamics of transference. Beres. G (1995). 5. WRD (1958). JAPA. 97-108. 2. Rangell. D. 445-459. 52. 3. Freud. 8. E. “The Holding Environment” and the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis. Noninterpretive elements in the psychoanalytic situation. The nature of the therapeutic action in psychoanalysis. JAPA. D (1965). 4. Furlong. 734-744. 665-693. PQ. Meissner. 15. 16-33. 267-302. IJP. P (1990). 1089-1128. 77. JAPA. 6. 3. 48. Stone. AH (1976). 1038-1098. 21. B (1972). Fifty years after the mutative interpretation. abstinence and the therapeutic alliance. JAPA. J (1934). Loewald. IJP. 1021-1047. Psychoanalysis and dynamic psychotherapy: Similarities and differences twenty five years later. Therapeutic Action and Aims 1. Gray. Mayes. PSCh. 2.10 3. IJP. 20. L (1981). 44. 46. 4. Stone. Aim of psychoanalysis in theory and practice. Esman. 69-118. P et al. IJP. JAPA. 4. 1-33. 5. V (1983). Essential Papers on Transference. 53-63. 1073-1085. IJP. 6. Bird. 6. 5. The Psychoanalytic Situation 1.

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