This volume challenges any belief in a uniform view of science and related research activities. Indeed, the choice of authors in this collection illustrates the diversity of psychoanalytic research cultures across the International Psychoanalytic Association. It shows how the basic tenets of psychoanalysis are being critically examined through various approaches. The relations and differences between clinical, conceptual and empirical research are discussed, taking into account epistemological, cultural and historical factors. -- Anne-Marie Sandler
Folkert Beenen, Ricardo Bernardi, Werner Bohleber, Dieter Bürgin, Jorge Canestri, Anna Ursula Dreher, Peter Fonagy, Norbert Freedman, André Green, Michael Hampe, Marvin Hurvich, Richard Lasky, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Alain de Mijolla, Roger Perron, Mark Solms, Mary Target, Sverre Varvin, Daniel H. Widlöcher.