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Ibsen, H. (1961). Hedda gabler and other plays. London: Penguin books. (Hedda Gabler originally published in December 1890.)

Jacobowitz, R.M. (1992). Music therapy in the short-term pediatric setting: Practical guidelines for the limited time frame. Music therapy, 11(1), 45-64.

Jastrow, R. (1979). Red giants and white dwarfs. New York: Warner Books.

Jeans, J. (1929). The universe around us. New York: Macmillan.

Kahn, M. (1991). Between therapist and client: The new relationship. New York: W.H. Freeman.

Kalat, J.W. (1981). Biological psychology. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. [Subject Note: This book is now in its 11th edition!]

Kaufman, G.V. (1985). Rezeptive einzelmusiktherapie in der ambulanten psychotherapie - konzeption [A conception of individual receptive music therapy for outpatient psychotherapy]. Psychiatrie, neurologie und medizinische psychologie, 37(6), 347-352. [Psychiatry, neurology and medical psychology.]

Kendall, P.C., Kipnis, D., & Otto-Salaj, L. (1992). When clients don't progress: Influences on and explanations for lack of therapeutic progress. Cognitive therapy and research, 16(3), 269-281.

Kernis, M.H., Zuckerman, M., Cohen, A., & Spadafora, S. (1982). Persistence following failure: The interactive role of self-awareness and the attributional basis for negative expectancies. Journal of personality and social psychology, 43, 1184-1191.

Kirschenbaum, D.S. (1987). Self-regulatory failure: A review with clinical implications. Clinical psychology review, 7, 77-104.

Kivlighan, D.M., & Schmitz, P.J. (1992). Counselor technical activity in cases with improving working alliances and continuing-poor working alliances. Journal of counseling psychology, 39(1), 32-38.

Klein, M. (1950). On the criteria for the termination of a psycho-analysis. International journal of psychoanalysis, 31(1-2), 78-80.

Kobbé, U. (1989). Zwiespalt und ambivalenz: Über das therapeutische dilemma in der arbeit mit frühgestorten [Conflict and ambivalence: About the therapeutic dilemma in working with early disturbances]. Psychiatrie, neurologie und medizinische psychologie, 41(12), 705-721. [Psychiatry, neurology and medical psychology.]

Koffka, K. (1963). Principles of gestalt psychology. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World. (Original work published 1935.)

Kofta, M., & Sedek, G. (1989). Repeated failure: A source of helplessness or a factor irrelevant to its emergence? Journal of experimental psychology: General, 118(1), 3-12.

Köhler, W. (1969). The task of gestalt psychology. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Kolb, D.C., Beutler, L.E., Davis, C.S., Crago, M., & Shanfield, A.B. (1985). Patient and therapy process variables relating to dropout and change in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 22, 702-710.

Kopp, S. (1977). Back to one: A practical guide for psychotherapists. Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books.

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Korem, D. (1997). The art of profiling: Reading people right the first time. Richardson, TX: International Focus Press.

Kübler-Ross, E. (1992). On death and dying; Questions and answers on death and dying; On life after death. New York: Quality Paperback Book Club. (Original works published 1969, 1974 and 1991, respectively.)

Kuhlman, T.L. (1984). Humor and psychotherapy. Homewood, IL: Dow Jones-Irwin.

Kwawer, J.S. (1980). Transference and countertransference in homosexuality - Changing psychoanalytic views. American journal of psychotherapy, 34(1), 72-80.

Laidlaw, T.A., Malmo, C., & Associates (1990). Healing voices: Feminist approaches to therapy with women. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Landrine, H. (1992). Clinical implications of cultural differences: The referential versus the indexical self. Clinical psychology review, 12(4), 401-415.

Langer, E.J., & Weinman, C. (1981). When thinking disrupts intellectual performance: Mindfulness on an overlearned task. Personality and social psychology bulletin, 7, 240-243.

Langs, R.J. (1979). The therapeutic environment. New York: Jason Aronson.

Lashley, K.S. (1949). Persistent problems in the evolution of mind. Quarterly review of biology, 24, 28-42.

Lashley, K.S. (1963). Brain mechanisms and intelligence: A quantitative study of injuries to the brain. New York: Dover.

Laufer, Z. (1992). Continuation in the individual helping process and the perceptions of adolescents and social workers in residential settings. Journal of child and youth care, 7(3), 11-20.

Layzer, D. (1990). Cosmogenesis: The growth of order in the universe. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lazarus, A.A. (Ed.). (1985). Casebook of multimodal therapy. New York: The Guilford Press.

Lazarus, A.A., & Mayne, T.J. (1990). Relaxation: Some limitations, side effects, and proposed solutions. Psychotherapy, 27(2), 261-266.

Lebow, J.L. (1983). Research assessing consumer satisfaction with mental health treatment: A review of the findings. Evaluation and program planning, 6(3-4), 211-236.

Lehmkuhl, G., Lehmkuhl, U., & Dopfner, M. (1992). Psychotherapie mit jugendlichen [Psychotherapy with adolescents]. Zeitschrift für kinder und jugend psychiatrie, 20(3), 169-184. [Journal of child and adolescent psychiatry.]

Lester, D. (1975). Unusual sexual behavior: The standard deviations. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Lester, D. (1982). The structure of the mind: An analysis of intrapsychic theories of personality. Washington, DC: University Press of America, Inc.

See also Windish & Lester, 1987.

Levenson, E.A. (1983). The ambiguity of change: An inquiry into the nature of psychodynamic reality. New York: Basic Books.

Levy, J. (1986). The working through process during the termination of analysis. Current issues in psychoanalytic practice, 3(1), 121-148.

Lewinsohn, P.M., Mischel, W., Chaplin, W., & Baron, R. (1980). Social competence and depression: The role of illusory self-perceptions. Journal of abnormal psychology, 89, 203-212.

Lipton, S.D. (1961). The last hour. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 9, 325-330.

Llewen, S. (1988). Psychological therapy as viewed by clients and therapists. British journal of clinical psychology, 27, 223-237.

MacLean, P.D. (1973). A triune concept of the brain and behavior. Lecture I: Man's reptilian and limbic inheritance. Lecture II: Man's limbic brain and the psychoses. Lecture III: New trends in man's evolution. In T. Boag & D. Campbell (Eds.), The hincks memorial lectures (pp. 6-66). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press. (Originally cited in Sagan, 1977)

MacLean, P.D. (1990). The triune brain in evolution: Role in paleocerebral functions. New York: Plenum Press. [RIP Paul Donald MacLean, 1913-2007.]

Malin, N.R. (1990). Returning to psychotherapy with the same therapist: A self psychological perspective. Clinical social work journal, 18(2), 115-129.

Maltsberger, J.T., & Buie, D.H. (1974). Countertransference hate in the treatment of suicidal patients. Archives of general psychiatry, 30(5), 625-633.

Margulies, A. (1989). The empathic imagination. New York: W.W. Norton.

Markowitz, L.M. (1992). Crossing the line. The family therapy networker, 16(6), 25-31.

Marshall, R.J. (1979). Countertransference in the psychotherapy of children and adolescents. Contemporary psychoanalysis, 15(4), 595-629.

Martin, J.T. (1993). Shame and the origin of physician-patient conflict. Journal of the american osteopathic association, 93(4), 486-491.

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Marziali, E., & Alexander, L. (1991). The power of the therapeutic relationship. American journal of orthopsychiatry, 61(3), 383-391.

Masserman, J.H. (1986). Poetry as music. The arts in psychotherapy, 13(1), 61-67.

Mathews, B. (1989). Terminating therapy: Implications for the private practitioner. Psychotherapy in private practice, 7(3), 29-39.

Maultsby, M.C. (1977). Combining music therapy and rational behavior therapy. Journal of music therapy, 14, 89-97.

May, R., Angel, E., & Ellenberger, H.F. (Eds.). (1958). Existence: A new dimension in psychiatry and psychology. New York: Basic Books.

Meloy, J.R. (Ed.). (1998). The psychology of stalking: Clinical and forensic perspectives. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, Elsevier.

Merton, T. (1993). Thoughts in solitude. Boston: Shambhala.

Milgram, S. (1963). Behavioral study of obedience. Journal of abnormal and social psychology, 67(4), 371-378.

Miller, A. (1979). The drama of the gifted child and the psycho-analyst's narcissistic disturbance. International journal of psychoanalysis, 60, 47-58.

Mordecai, E.M. (1991). A classification of empathic failures for psychotherapists and supervisors. Psychoanalytic psychology, 8(3), 251-262.

Moreno, J.J. (1987). The therapeutic role of the blues singer and considerations for the clinical applications of the blues form. The arts in psychotherapy, 14(4), 333-340.

Morris, W. (Ed.). (1979). The american heritage dictionary of the english language. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Morrow-Bradley, C., & Elliot, R. (1986). Utilization of psychotherapy research by practicing psychotherapists. American psychologist, 41, 188-197.

Mozgai, A. (1985). Termination of psychotherapy: Potential problems for patient and therapist. Carrier foundation letter, 111, 1-4.

Mullan, S., & Penfield, W. (1959). Illusions of comparative interpretation and emotion. Archives of neurology and psychiatry, 81, 269-284. (See also Wilder Graves Penfield; RIP, 1891-1976.)

Mussen, P.H., Conger, J.J., Kagan, J., & Huston, A.C. (1984). Child development and personality (6th ed.). San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Naeye, R. (1998). Through the eyes of hubble: The birth, life, and violent death of stars. Waukesha, WI: Kalmbach Books.

Neiser, U. (Ed.). (1982). Memory observed: Remembering in natural contexts. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman.

Nielsen, N. (1954). The dynamics of training analysis. International journal of psycho-analysis, 35(2), 247-249.

Newcott, W.R. (1997, April). The hubble telescope. National Geographic, 191(4), 2-17.

Novick, J. (1976). Termination of treatment in adolescence. Psychoanalytic study of the child, 31, 389-414.

Novick, J. (1982). Termination: Themes and issues. Psychoanalytic inquiry, 2(3), 329-366.

Novick, J. (1990). Comments on termination in child, adolescent, and adult analysis. Psychoanalytic study of the child, 45, 419-436.

Novick, J., Benson, R., & Rembar, J. (1981). Patterns of termination in an outpatient clinic for children and adolescents. Journal of the american academy of child psychiatry, 20, 834-844.

Nunberg, H. (1954). Evaluation of the results of psychoanalytic treatment. International journal of psycho-analysis, 35, 2-7.

Nye, R.D. (1981). Three psychologies: Perspectives from freud, skinner, and rogers (2nd ed.). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole. [Subject Note: This book is now in a sixth edition.]

Omer, H. (1991). Writing a post-scriptum to a badly ended therapy. Psychotherapy, 28(3), 484-492.

Oremland, J.D. (1973). A specific dream during the termination phase of a successful psychoanalysis. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 21, 285-302.

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Panel (1963). Analysis terminable and interminable - twenty-five years later, reported by A.Z. Pfeffer. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 11, 131-142. (See Freud, 1950 for the original 1937 German version, or Freud, 1964 for the English translation of the source article under consideration.)

Panel (1965). Limitations of psychoanalysis, reported by P. Gray. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 13, 181-190.

Panel (1969). Problems of termination in the analysis of adults, reported by S.K. Firestein. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 17, 222-237. (See also Firestein, 1978.)

Panel (1975). Termination: Problems and techniques, reported by W.S. Robbins. Journal of the american psychoanalytic association, 23(1), 166-176.

See also Schachter (1990), for panel discussions in general!

Paramananda, S. (1974). Silence as yoga. Cohasset, MA: Vedanta Centre.

Parsons, M. (1990). Some issues affecting termination: The treatment of a high-risk adolescent. Psychoanalytic study of the child, 45, 437-458.

Peat, F.D. (1988). Superstrings and the search for the theory of everything. Chicago: Contemporary Books.

Pedder, J.R. (1988). Termination reconsidered. International journal of psychoanalysis, 69, 495-505.

Penfield, W. (1952a). Epileptic automatism and the centrencephalic integrating system. A. Res. Nervous and mental disorders, Proceedings (1950), 30, 513-528.

Penfield, W. (1952b). Memory mechanisms. Archives of neurology and psychiatry, 67, 178-191.

Penfield, W. (1955). The permanent record of the stream of consciousness. Acta psychologica, 11, 47-69.

Penfield, W. (1975). The mystery of the mind: A critical study of consciousness and the human brain. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Penfield, W., & Milner, B. (1958). Memory deficit produced by bilateral lesions in the hippocampal zone. American medical association archives of neurology and psychiatry, 79, 475-497.

Penfield, W., & Perot, P. (1963). The brain's record of auditory and visual experience. A final summary and discussion. Brain, 86(4), 595-696.

See also Mullan & Penfield (1959).

Penrose, R. (1997). (With Shimony, A., Cartwright, N., & Hawking, S.). The large, the small and the human mind. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [Author Note: If you're not a math(s) or physics whizz, try to make it through at least chapter 3!]

Pepper, S.C. (1942). World hypotheses: A study in evidence. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Perls, F.S., Hefferline, R.E., & Goodman, P. (1951). Gestalt therapy: Excitement and growth in the human personality. New York: Dell.

Pinkerton, R.S., & Rockwell, W.J.K. (1988). Termination in brief psychotherapy: Implications for treating university students. Journal of college student psychotherapy, 3(1), 39-53.

Pinkerton, R.S., & Rockwell, W.J.K. (1990). Termination in brief psychotherapy: The case for an eclectic approach. Psychotherapy, 27(3), 362-365.

Polster, E., & Polster, M. (1973). Gestalt therapy integrated: Contours of theory and practice. New York: Vintage Books.

Proctor, M. (2003) How to stop a stalker. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. To order this book from Amazon now, click here.

Pursglove, P.D. (Ed.). (1968). Recognitions in gestalt therapy. New York: Harper & Row.

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