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Nuestra hemeroteca
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy.
Volume 61, Number 4. October 2011
─ TREADWELL, THOMAS W., REISCH, EMILY E., TRAVAGLINI, LETITIA E.,
KUMAR, V. K. (2011). The Effectiveness of Collaborative Story Building
and Telling in Facilitating Group Cohesion in a College Classroom Setting.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(4):503-17
─ KAHN, GLORIA B., FELDMAN, DARRYL B. (2011). Relationship-Focused
Group Therapy (RFGT) to Mitigate Marital Instability and Neuropsychophysiological
Dysregulation. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
61(4):519-36
─ SANDAHL, C., LUNDERBERG, U., LINDGREN, A., RYLANDER, G., HERKOFSON,
J., NYGREN, A., ASBERG, MARIE. (2011). Two Forms of Group
Therapy and Individual Treatment of Work-Related Depression: A Oneyear
Follow-Up Study. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
61(4):539-55
─ MALAT, J., MORROW, S., STEWART, P. (2011). Applying Motivational Interviewing
Principles in a Modified Interpersonal Group for Comorbid
Addiction. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(4):557-75
─ YANOS, P., ROE, DAVID., LYSAKER, P. (2011). Narrative Enhancement and
Cognitive Therapy: A New Group-Based Treatment for Internalized
Stigma Among Persons with Severe Mental Illness. International Journal
of Group Psychotherapy, 61(4):577-95
─ HAMMOND, E., MARMAROSH, C. (2011). The Influence of Individual Attachment
Styles on Group Members’ Experience of Therapist Transitions.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(4):597-620
─ LEVINE, R. (2011). READER’S FORUM. Progressing While Regressing
in Relationships. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
61(4):621-43
─ BLACKFORD, J.U. (2011). BRIEF REPORT. Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Group Skills Training in a Community Mental Health Setting: A Pilot
Study. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(4):645-57
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy.
Volume 62, Number 1. January 2011
─ ORNSTEIN, A. (2012). Mass murder and the Individual: Psychoanalytic
Reflections on perpetrators and Their Victims. International Journal of
Group Psychotherapy, 62(1):1-20
─ WRIGHT, F. (2012). Personal Reflections on Hugh Mullan: Existential
Group Therapist. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
62(1):23-42
─BILLOW, R.M. (2012). On Hostage Taking (A Psychoanalytic Object). International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62(1): 45-66
─ KIRA, I.A., AHMED, A. & COL. (2012). Group Therapy for Refugees and
Torture Survivors: Treatment model Innovations. International Journal of
Group Psychotherapy, 62(1):69-88
─ KIBEL, H.D. (2012). Projected Fantasies and the Political Process: Toward
Understanding Why Hillary Lost. International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy, 62(1):91-119
─ VOLKAN, V.D., FOWLER, C.J. (2012). Comentary on: Projected Fantasies
and the Political Process: Toward Understanding Why Hillary Lost.
Large-Scale Voter Behavior. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
62(1):121-128
─ NEMETH, D.G., KURIANSKY, J. & COL. (2012). Adressing Anniversary Reactions
of Trauma Through Group Process: The Hurricane Katrina Anniversary
Wellness Workshops. International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy, 62(1):129-142
─ SHIELDS, W. (2012). On Suzanne Cohen’s (2011) Paper: “ Coming To Our
Senses: The Application of Somatic Psychology to Group Psycotherapy”.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62(1):143-145
Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-
Analytic Psychotherapy.
Vol. 44, Number 4, December 2011
─WINTHER, G. (2011). 35th S.H. Foulkes Annual Lecture, 2011. President’s
Introduction. Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 44(4):355-6.
─ KARTERUD, S. (2011). Constructing and Mentalizing the Matrix. Group
Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(4):357-73.
NUESTRA HEMEROTECA
196
─ BURMAN, E. (2011). Environ-mentalizing the Matrix: Commentary on
Sigmund Karterud’s 35th Foulkes Annual Lecture. Group Analysis. The
International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):374-84.
─ ANDERSON, D. (2011). Group Analysis and Dementia: Reflections on
Conducting an Analytic Space. Group Analysis. The International Journal
of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):385-94.
─ ARENAS, I. (2011). What Went Wrong? Lessons Learned from a Failed
Group Intervention at a Family Company. Group Analysis. The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):395-407.
─NATIV, G. (2011). The Evident, the Secretive and the Mysterious in Analytic
Group Psychotherapy. Group Analysis. The International Journal
of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):408-20.
─ GARCÍA-CABEZA, I., DUCAJÚ, M., CHAPELA, E., GONZÁLEZ DE CHÁVEZ, M.
(2011). Therapeutic Factors in Patient Groups with Psychosis. Group
Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(4):421-38.
─ RIPPA, B., MOSS, E., CHIRURG, M. (2011). Observations on the Interplay
between Large and Small Analytic Groups. Group Analysis. The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):439-53.
─ BEHR, H. (2011). Why is the Past Important in Group Analysis? Group
Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(4):454-65.
─ BURMAN, E. (2011). On Analysing in Hard Times. Commentary on Behr’s
‘Why is the Past Important in Group Analysis?’. Group Analysis. The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):466-9.
─ PINES, M. (2011). Response To Harold Behr’s Lecture. Group Analysis. The
International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(4):470-1.
Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-
Analytic Psychotherapy
Vol. 45, Number 1, March 2012
─ POTTER, J.(2012). Research in Group Analysis: Commissioning the Systematic
Review. Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 45(1):3-14.
NUESTRA HEMEROTECA
197
─ HEALY, K.,BOYD, C. (2012).Seeking and Using Service User Input to Improve
Clinical Services. Group Analysis. The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 45(1):15-27. Lorentzen, S. (2012). Writing
Manuals for Psychodynamic Group Treatments. Group Analysis. The
International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 45(1):28-45
─ BLACKMORE, C., TANTAM, D., PARRY, G., CHAMBERS, H. (2012). Report on
a Systematic Review of the Efficacy and Clinical Effectiveness of Group
Analysis and Analytic/Dynamic Group Psychotherapy. Group Analysis.
The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 45(1):46-69
─ HAIGH, R. (2012). Being Economical with the Evidence.Group Analysis.
The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 45(1):70-83
─HORNELAND, M., SANDE BØRNES, D., HØBYE, K., KNUTSEN, H., LORENTZEN,
S. (2012). Can the Clinician–Researcher Gap be Bridged? Experiences
from a Randomized Clinical Trial in Analytic/Dynamic Group
Psychotherapy.Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 45(1):84-98
─ BROWN,M., DOWNIE, A., BUCKINGHAM SHUM, S. (2012). Mapping the Matrix:
Using Compendium as a Tool for Recording the Analytic Group.
Group Analysis. The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
45(1):99-115
─ KENNARD, D. (2012). Can Group Therapy Survive NICE? A Wider Perspective
on the Systematic Review.Group Analysis. The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 45(1):116-23
Clinica y análisis grupal. 2ª Época. 1(2) Julio-Diciembre
─ CAPARRÓS, N. (2011). Sexo y mito. Un proceso interminable. Clínica y
análisis grupal, 1(2):11-34
─ LÓPEZ MORATALLA, N. (2011). Fronteras del sexo biológico y sexo cerebral
en la transmisión de la Vida. Clínica y análisis grupal,1(2):35-60
─ GARCÍA DE LA HOZ, A. (2011). El desarrollo psicosexual de la Niña de
Freud. Clínica y análisis grupal, 1(2):61-75
─MARUGÁN KRAUS, J. (2011). Las “Maestras de la Sexualidad” en el Origen
del Psicoanálisis. Clínica y análisis grupal, 1(2):77-88
─ CUCKIER, J. (2011). Masculino-Femenino… algunas transformaciones
Psíquicas en el Hobre y en la Mujer en la Sexta Década de la Vida. Clínica
y análisis grupal,1(2):89-108
─MORENO CHÍA, F.R. (2011). La Masculinizacion de la Histeria: Ambigüedades
Etiologicas y Sexuales de una Patología. Clínica y análisis grupal,
1(2):109-37
─ MARTINEZ, A. (2011). Más allá del Binario Varón/Mujer. Contribuciones
Teóricas de Judith Butler para una Resignificación Queer de los Límites
Corporales. Clínica y análisis grupal,1(2):139-58
─ FERNÁNDEZ GUERRERO, O. (2011). Lo Femenino y lo Simbólico. Clínica
y análisis grupal,1(2):159-73
─ AMIGOT LEACHE, P. (2011). Incierta Feminidad, Incierta Masculinidad.
La Configuracion Social de las Identidades de Género. Clínica y análisis
grupal,1(2):175-92
─ RUBIA, F.J. (2011). Cerebro de Hombre y Cerebro de Mujer. Clínica y
análisis grupal,1(2):193-7
─ DE LAMELA VELASCO, C.L., PÉREZ SANTANA, L.R. (2011). El transfuguismo
del Cuerpo: Ventana Indiscreta al Rompecabezas Sexo-Género.
Clínica y análisis grupal, 1(2):199-221
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