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Volume 21, Number 5, 20 December 2001

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Motivation in Psychoanalysis
pp. 553-555(3)
Author: Shane, Morton

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Patients' Motivations and the Analyst's Experience
pp. 556-571(16)
Author: Reed, Gail S.

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Motivation: Sic Transit Gloria?
pp. 589-603(15)
Author: Lichtenberg, Joseph D.

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Object Relations, Affects, and Drives: Toward a New Synthesis
pp. 604-620(17)
Author: Kernberg, Otto F.

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Sources of Opposition to Relatedness in Psychoanalysis
pp. 640-657(18)
Author: Friedman, Henry J.

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Back to Basics: The Psychoanalytic Conceptualization of Motivation
pp. 658-674(17)
Author: Peskin, Mervyn M.

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The Attachment Motivational System as a Guide to an Effective Therapeutic Process
pp. 675-687(13)
Authors: Shane, Mary Gales; Shane, Morton

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Epilogue
pp. 688-688(1)
Author: Shane, Morton

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