Table of contents for Understanding dissidence and controversy in the history of psychoanalysis / edited by Martin S. Bergmann.

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Table of Contents
 Mortimer Ostow, M.D.
I Rethinking Dissidence and Change in the History of Psychoanalysis
 Professor Martin S. Bergmann
II Prepared contributions of the participants prior to the conference
A. Dissidence ? Disagreement and Alternate Hypothesis for the Foundation of Psychoanalysis: on the importance of examining the underlying meanings of Freud?s hypotheses
Dr. Andre Green
B. Dissidence as a Historical Problem of Psychoanalysis
Otto Kernberg, M.D.
C. Some Implications of Learning Psychoanalysis in Martin Bergmann?s ?Rethinking the Problem of Dissidence and Change in the History of Psychoanalysis?
Anton Kris, M.D.
D. The Wise Baby and the Wild Analyst
Harold Blum, M.D.
E. The British Object Relations Theorists: Fairbairn, Winnicott, Guntry, Sutherland, and Bombly
Jill Savege Scharff, M.D.
F. From Dissidence to Pluralism ? and onto what?
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
G. By Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Ph.D.
H. Charles Rycroft
Professor Martin S. Bergmann
III Conference Proceedings
IV A Response to the Symposium ?Understanding Dissidence? ? After the Fact
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Psychoanalysis History Congresses, Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939 Friends and associates Congresses