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      • Fosshage, J.(In press) Unconscious processing from a contemporary self psychological perspective. IPA Encyclopedic Dictionary.
      • Fosshage, J. (2017) Not all field theories are the same: the impact of listening perspectives and models of transference. In S.M. Katz, R. Cassorla and G. Civitarese, Advances in Contermporary Psychoanalytic Field Theory: Concept and Future Development; : New York: Taylor and Francis, Routledge.
      • Fosshage, J. (2017) Emergence of conflict during the development of the self: A relational self psychological perpective. In Psychoanalysis and Conflict: A Critical Reassessment, eds. Morris Eagle, Chris Christian, and David Wolitzky. New York: Routledge.
      • Fosshage, J. (2016)
        The organizing functions of dreaming: Pivotal issues in understanding and working with dreams. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 16: 213-221. (Funciones Organizadoras del Sueño: Cuestiones Centrales en el Entendimiento y el Trabajo con los Sueños.) Ejournal, (www.ceir.info) in Spanish.
      • Fosshage, J. (2016)
        A relational self psychological perspective.
 Journal of Analytical Psychology, (2002) 47, 67-82. Una perspectiva relacional basada en la psicología del self.  Ejournal, (www.ceir.info) in Spanish.
      • Fosshage, J. (2016)
        Changing models of transference and their clinical implications: Residual assumptions die hard. (Los Modelos cambiantes de la Transferencia y sus Implicaciones Clínicas: Supuestos Residuales que Difícilmente Mueren. Ejournal, (www.ceir.info) in Spanish.
      • Fosshage, J.(2016) Forms of relatedness and analytic intimacy. (Formas de relación e intimidad analítica.) Ejornal, (www.ceir.info) in Spanish
      • Fosshage, J. (2016)
        The centrality of motivational theory in psychoanalysis: Motive/intention as the basic unit for understanding psychological life. In L. Gunsberg and S. Hershberg,, ed.s Psychoanalytic Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice: Reading Joseph D. Lichtenberg.
        New York: Routledge, Taylor and Frances Group.
      • Fosshage, J. (2014)
        Use and impact of empathic, other-centered and self listening/experiencing perspectives in analytic group psychotherapy. In The One and the Many: Relational Approaches to Group Psychotherapy
        Eds. R. Grossmark and F. Wright. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.
      • Fosshage, J. and Hershberg, S. (2014)
        Co-editors of Issue: Specialness, Grandiosity, Omnipotence, Entitlement, and Indulgence:
        Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes and Culture.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 34 (4).
      • Fosshage, J. and Hershberg, S. (2014)
        Prologue: Specialness, Grandiosity, Omnipotence, Entitlement, and Indulgence:

        Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes and Culture.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 34 (4): 181-182.
      • Fosshage, J. and Hershberg, S. (2014)
        Epilogue: Changing Theories of Narcissism, Attitudes and Culture.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 34 (4): 513-522.
      • Fosshage, J. (2014)
        Issues on therapeutic action and self psychology: A commentary.
        Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Vol. 11, No 1: 1-6.
      • Fosshage, J. (2014)
        A brief reply to Kenneth A. Frank and Kim Bernstein.
        Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Vol. 11, No 1: 14-17.
      • Fosshage, J. (2013)
        The dream narrative: Unconscious organizing activity in context.
        Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 49, 2, 253-258.
      • Fosshage, J. (2013)
        Transforming self-experience: A brief discussion of Annette Richard’s “Journeying back home together.”
        International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, Vol. 8, No. 4, 465-471.
      • Fosshage, J. (2013)
        Forming and transforming self-experience.
        International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, Vol. 8, No. 4, 437-451.
      • Fosshage, J. (2012)
        A close tracking of therapeutic action in the clinical exchange
        Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 9: 1, 20-30.
      • Fosshage, J. (2011)
        The use and impact of the analyst’s subjectivity with empathic and other
        listening/experiencing perspectives.
        Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. LXXX, 1, 139-160.
      • Fosshage, J. (2011)
        How do we “know” what we “know?” And change what we “know?”
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 21, 1: 55-74.
      • Fosshage, J. (2011)
        Development of individuality within a systems world.
        In Persons in Context: The Challenge of Individuality in Theory and Practice, eds.
        William Coburn and Roger Frie. New York: Routledge. Chapter 6, pp. 89-105.
      • Fosshage, J. (2010)
        Implicit and explicit dimensions of oedipal phenomenology: A reassessment.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 30, 6: 520-534.
      • Fosshage, J. (2010)
        Zu Ehren von Frank Lachmann.
        Selbstpsychologie, Vol. 39, 11, 1/2010: 46-48.
      • Fosshage, J. (2010)
        The psychoanalysis world: Notes from my personal odyssey.
        Kohut Memorial Lecture: October 24, 2008.
        International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, Vol. 5, 2:
        184-196.
      • Fosshage, J. (2010)
        Implicit and explicit pathways to psychoanalytic change.
        In Knowing, Not-Knowing and Sort of Knowing: Psychoanalysis and the
        Spirit of Uncertainty
        , ed. Jean Petrucelli.

        London: Karnac.
      • Kiersky, S. and Fosshage, J. (2009)
        Epilogue. In Perspectives on a Neo-Klienian Clinical Presentation:
        The Process of Change. Kiersky, S. and Fosshage, J., Co-editors.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 29: 354-356.
      • Kiersky, S. and Fosshage, J. (2009)
        Prologue. In Perspectives on a Neo-Klienian Clinical Presentation:
        The Process of Change. Kiersky, S. and Fosshage, J., Co-editors.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 29: 303.
      • Fosshage, J. (2009)
        Some key features in the evolution of self psychology and psychoanalysis.
        In Self and Systems: Explorations in Contemporary Self Psychology, eds.
        N. Vanderheide and W. J. Coburn, Annals of the New York Academy of
        Sciences, Volume 1159, pp. 1-18.
      • Fosshage, J. and Hershberg, S. (2009)
        Prologue and Epilogue, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 29, Number 2, pp. 99-100, 195-200.
      • Fosshage, J. and Hershberg, S. (2009)
        Loving and Leaving: A Reappraisal of Analytic Termination.
        Co-editors of issue,
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 29, Number 2.
      • Fosshage, J. (2009)
        The organizing functions of dream mentation.
        www.dream.co.il (online Israeli dream journal).
      • Fosshage, J. (2009)
        Le funzioni organizzative dell’attivitá mentale del sogno.
        Quaderni di
        Psicologia, Analisi Transazionale e Scienze Umane
        , 51: 110-145.
      • Fosshage, J. (2009)
        The organizing functions of dreaming: Pivotal issues in
        understanding and working with dreams.
        Ricerca Psicoanalitica, 1.
      • Fosshage, J., (2009)
        To touch or not to touch in the psychoanalytic arena.
        Taboo or Not Taboo? Forbidden Thoughts, Forbidden Acts in Psychoanalysis,
        eds. B. Willock, R. Curtis, and L. Bohm, London: Karnac Press. Chapter 20: 327-350.
      • Fosshage, J. (2008)
        Searching for love and expecting
        rejection: Implicit and explicit dimensions in co-creating analytic
        change. Selbstpsychologie.
      • Fosshage, J. (2008)
        Discussion. In The Dream After a Century: Symposium 2000 on Dreams,
        ed. M. Lansky, International Universities Press, pp. 119-138.
      • Fosshage, J. (2008)
        The organizing functions of dreams: A contemporary psychoanalytic model.
        In The Dream After a Century: Symposium 2000 on Dreams,
        ed. M. Lansky, International Universities Press, pp. 81-96.
      • Fosshage, J. (2007)
        Psychoanalysis in the 21rst Century: Evolution and expansion
        within changing contexts. Presented at the Future of Psychoanalytic
        Education Conference, New York City, Dec. 1, 2007.
      • Fosshage, J. (2007)
        Searching for love and expecting
        rejection: Implicit and explicit dimensions in co-creating analytic change.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 7, 3, 326-347.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (2007)
        The organizing functions of dreaming:
        Pivotal issues in understanding and working with dreams.
        International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 16: 213-221.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (2007)
        The analyst’s participation in
        co-creating the analytic relationship: Implicit and explicit dimensions
        of analytic change. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self
        Psychology
        , ed. W. Coburn. Vol. 2, 2: 147-162.
      • Fosshage, J. (2006)
        When the music changes, it’s possible to come out of the box: A relational self psychological perspective.
        International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, ed. W. Coburn,
        Vol. 1, 3: 329-339.
      • Fosshage, J. (2006)
        The organizing functions of dreams: A contemporary psychoanalytic model.
        In Dreams, ed. M. Lansky, International Universities Press.
      • Fosshage, J. (2006)
        Affective experiences and honesty in the interaction: Discussion of Holly Levenkron’s paper.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 26, 2:201-218.
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Le funzioni organizzative dell’attivita mentale del sogno.
        Quaderni di Psicogogia, Analisi Transazionale E Scienze Umane. N. 43-2005, 17-57
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Commentary on paper by Steven H. Knoblauch.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 15 (6), 875-882.
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        The explicit and implicit domains in psychoanalytic change.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol 25, 4: 516-539.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Moments of therapeutic impasse: A brief discussion of Jody Messler Davies’s “Whose bad objects are we anyway?: Repetition and our elusive love affair with evil.”
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 156 (5), 759-769
      • Cresci, M. and Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Epilogue, Perspectives on a Case Study of Power and the Eroticized Transference-Countertransference.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25, 3:388-394.
      • Cresci, M. and Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Issue Co-editors and Prologue. Perspectives on a Case Study of Power and the Eroticized Transference-Countertransference.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 25, 3:259-263
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        A Self-psychological/relational view of Robert Grosmark’s “The case of Peter.”
        Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 41: 1, 105-116.
      • Fosshage, J. (2005)
        Il paesaggio di me stessa. Le funzioni organizzative dell’attivita mentale del sogno.
        Interseszioni: modi di pensare la psyche. Rivista di Psicologia Analitica, nuova serie
        n. 6., 58/98, 47-75.
      • Fosshage, J. (2004)
        La dimensione esplicita and quella implicita nel camblamento in psicoanalisi.
        Quaderni de Gli Argonauti, No. 8, 53-76.
        (The explicit and implicit domains in psychoanalytic change. Journal issue titled, “Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Post-modernity.”)
      • Fosshage, J. (2004)
        The role of empathy and interpretation in the therapeutic process:
        Commentary on discussions of Salee Jenkins’s Clinical Case (Progress in Self
        Psychology, Vol. 18). In
        Transformations in Self Psychology, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 20, ed. W. Coburn. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. pp. 325-334.
      • Fosshage, J. and Munschauer, C. (2004)
        Facilitative interaction, rules, enactments and “A Spirit of Inquiry.”
        Transformations in Self Psychology, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 20,
        ed. W.Coburn. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. pp. 79-92.
      • Fosshage, J. and Munschauer, C. (2004)
        Facilitative analytic interaction in a case of extreme nihilism and aversiveness.
        Transformations in Self Psychology, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 20,
        ed. W. Coburn. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. pp. 21-49.
      • Fosshage, J. (2004)
        I rapporti tra la psicologia del se e la psicoanalisi relazionale.
        Ricerca Psycoanalitica, Anno XV, 2: 135-176.
      • Fosshage, J. (2004)
        The explicit and implicit dance in psychoanalytic change.
        The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 49, 49-65.
      • Fosshage, J. (2003)
        Fundamental pathways to change: Illuminating old and creating new relational experience.
        International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 12: 244-251.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (2003)
        How Does Change Occur Within the Psychoanalytic Encounter?
        Journal of Religion and Health: Psychology, Spirituality, & Medicine, Vol. 42, No. 4, 281-299.
      • Fosshage, J. (2003)
        Some reflections on “What is a psychoanalytic relationship?” and “How does it effectuate change?”
        Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 1(1), 45-53.
      • Fosshage, J. (2003)
        Contextualizing self psychology and relational psychoanalysis: Bi-directional influence and proposed syntheses.
        Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol. 39, No. 3, 411-448.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (2002)
        Beruhrung in der pshychoanalyse-Zeit fur eine Neueinschatzung.
        In Verspieltheit als Entwichklungschance<br>
        ed.s, Sabine Trautmann-Voigt und Bernd Voigt. Edition Psychosozial-Verlag.
      • Fosshage, J. (2002)
        A relational self psychological perspective.
        Journal of Analytical Psychology, 47, 67-82.
      • Fosshage, J. (2001)
        Epilogue. Perspectives on an object relations clinical presentation: the process of change.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 21, 4: 546-552.
      • Fosshage, J. (2001)
        Issue Editor: Prologue. Perspectives on an object relations clinical presentation: the process of change.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 21, 4: 467-468
      • Fosshage, J. (2000)
        Lichtenberg’s Self and Motivational Systems Model:
        Celebration in Honor of Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.
        (Unpublished manuscript – Presented Oct. 21, 2000, ICP&P, Washington D.C.).
      • Fosshage, J. (2000)
        Afterword: A view from the outside.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 3: 509-512.
      • Fosshage, J.& Davies, J. (2000)
        Analytic psychology after Jung with Clinical Case Material from Stephen Mitchell’s
        Influence and Autonomy in Psychoanalysis.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 3: 377-388.
      • Fosshage, J. (2000)
        The organizing functions of dreaming: A contemporary psychoanalytic model:
        Commentary on Paper by Hazel Ipp.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 1: 103-117.
      • Fosshage, J. (2000)
        The meanings of touch in psychoanalysis: A time for reassessment.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 20, 1: 21-43.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Aron, L. and Fosshage, J. (1999)
        The Interpretation of dreams: A centennial celebration.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 9, 6: 721-724.
      • Fosshage, J. (1999)
        Il controtransfert come esperienza che l;analista ha del presente.
        Ricerca Psicoanalitica, Anno X, no.2, 133-153.
      • Fosshage, J. (1999)
        Tracking Alan Kindler’s Case Report: A Self and Motivational Systems Perspective.
        In Pluralism in Self Psychology: Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 15,
        ed. A. Goldberg. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, pp. 207-213.
      • Fosshage, J. (1999)
        Zuhor- und erlebensperspektiven im hinblick auf die fordernade responsivitat,
        Psychoanalyse Wien.
        In Aspekte einer neuen Psychoanalyse: Ein selfstpsychologisher Autausch:
        New York–Wien. Ed. E. Bartosch. Wien: Verlag Neue, pp. 53-68.
      • Fosshage, J. (1999)
        A reply to Golland’s “Politics of Leveling.”
        Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol. 10, 1:110-114.
      • Fosshage, J. (1998)
        Self psychology and its contributions to psychoanalysis: an overview.
        Journal of Analytic Social Work, Vol. 5 (2), 1-17.
      • Fosshage, J. (1998)
        The role of listening/experiencing perspectives in the quest for optimal responsiveness.
        In Optimal Responsiveness
        ed. H. Bacal. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc.
      • Fosshage, J. (1998)
        Discussion of Anna Ornstein’s “The Fate of Narcissistic Rage in Psychotherapy.”
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 18, 1: 71-81.
      • Fosshage, J. (1998)
        On aggression: Its forms and functions.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 18, 1: 45-54.
      • Fosshage, J. and Lichtenberg, J. (1997)
        Transference: a self and motivational systems perspectives.
        In The Neurobiological.and Developmental Basis for Psychotherapeutic Intervention,
        ed.s M. Moskowitz, C. Monk, C. Kaye, and S. Ellman, Livingston, NJ; Jason Aronson Inc.
      • Fosshage, J. (1997)
        ‘Compensatory’ or ‘primary’: An alternative view–Discussion of Marian Tolpin’s Compensatory structures–Paths to the restoration of the self.”
        In Conversations in Self Psychology, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 13,
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. pp. 21-27.
      • Fosshage, J. (1997)
        Listening/Experiencing perspectives and the quest for a facilitative responsiveness.
        In Conversations in Self Psycholgy, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 13,
        ed. A. Goldberg. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. pp. 33-55.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1997)
        Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy: Is there a distinction in the process?
        Psychoanalytic Psychology. 14 (3), 409-425.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J., (1997)
        The organizing functions of dream mentation.
        Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol. 33, No. 3, 429-458.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Lichtenberg, J., Lachmann, F. & Fosshage, J. (1996)
        Werte und moralische haltungen.
        Psyche, 50: 407-403.
      • Fosshage, J. (1996)
        Toward a model of supervision from a self psychological/intersubjective perspective.
        In Psychoanalytic Supervision
        ed. M. Rock, Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc. pp. 189-210.
      • Fosshage, J. (1996)
        Listening Perspectives.
        The Round Robin, Vol. XI, 3:23-24.
      • Fosshage, J. (1995)
        How theory affects technique.
        Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis, 4: 4, 483-490.
      • Fosshage, J. (1995)
        Self psychology and its contributions to psychoanalysis.
        International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 2: 9-12.
      • Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1995)
        An expansion of motivational theory: Lichtenberg’s motivational systems model,
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 15: 4, 421-436.
      • Fosshage, J. (1995)
        Countertransference as the analyst’s experience of the analysand:
        Influence of listening perspectives.
        Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12(3), 375-391.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1995)
        Interaction in Psychoanalysis: A Broadening Horizon.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 5(3):459-478.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1994)
        Toward reconceptualizing transference: theoretical and clinical considerations.
        International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 75, 2: 265-280.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1994)
        Discussion on Morrison’s Paper ‘On Shame’.
        Psychoanalytic Dialogues. Vol. 4, l: 37-44.
      • Kiersky, S. & Fosshage, J. (1993)
        The two analyses of Dr. L.: A self-psychological perspective on Freud’s treatment of the rat man.
        In Freud’s Cases: A Self Psychological View,
        ed. B. Magid. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press, 107-133.
      • Fosshage, J. (1992)
        Psychoanalysis: versions of blinis with sour cream.
        Contemporary Psychotherapy Review, Vol. 7, 119-128.
      • Fosshage, J. (1992)
        Self psychology: the self and its vicissitudes within a relational matrix.
        In Relational Perspectives
        ed. N.Skolnick and S. Warshaw, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press, 21-42.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1992)
        The selfobject concept: a further discussion of three authors.
        In New Therapeutic Visions, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 8,
        ed, A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 229-240.
      • Fosshage, J. (1991)
        Beyond the basic rule.
        In The Evolution of Self Psychology, Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 7,
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press, 64-71.
      • Fosshage, J. (1990)
        The analyst’s response.
        In:How Theory Shapes Technique: Perspectives on a Self-psychological Clinical Presentation.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 4:601-622.
      • Fosshage, J. (1990)
        Clinical protocol.
        In How Theory Shapes Technique: Perspectives on a Self-psychological Clinical Presentation.
        Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 4:461-477.
      • Hollander-Goldfein, B., Fosshage, J., and Bahr, J.M. (1989)
        Determinants of patient’s choice of therapist.
        Psychotherapy, 26, 4:448-461.
      • Fosshage, J. (1989)
        Reply.
        In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 5
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1989)
        The developmental function of dreaming mentation: clinical implications.
        In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 5,
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Fosshage, J. (1988)
        Introduction.
        In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 3,
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.
      • Fosshage, J. (1988)
        Dream interpretation revisited.
        In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 3,
        ed. A. Goldberg, Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.
        Available for download (PDF)
        (Translated into Japanese.)
      • Fosshage, J. (1987)
        A Revised Psychoanalytic Approach.
        In Dream Interpretation: A Comparative Study,
        eds. James L. Fosshage & Clemens A. Loew,
        New York: PMA Publishing.
      • Fosshage, J. (1987)
        New vistas on dream interpretation.
        In Dreams In New Perspective: The Royal Road Revisited,
        ed. M. Glucksman, New York: Human Sciences Press.
      • Fosshage, J. (1983)
        The psychological function of dreams: a revised psychoanalytic perspective.
        Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 6, 4:641-669.
        Also published in Essential Papers on Dreams (1992), ed. M. Lansky.
        New York, NY: New York University Press.
        Available for download (PDF)
      • Blum, J., Fosshage, J., and Jarvik, L. (1972)
        Intellectual changes and sex differences in Octogenarians:
        A twenty-year longitudinal study of aging.
        Developmental Psychology, 7, 2: 178-187

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