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Psychodynamics of Drug Dependence

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 12 [Printed in 1977]

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William Pollin

Heinz Kohut

Jack D. Blaine and Demetrios A. Julius

Psychodynamics of Drug Dependence: An Overview-----11
Edward J. Khantzian and Catherine J. Treece

Needed: A Theory (An Historical Perspective)-----26
Herbert Wieder

Mr. Pecksniff’s Horse? (Psychodynamics in Compulsive Drug Use)-----36
Leon Wurmser

Substance Abuse: An Understanding From Psycho-analytic Developmental and Learning Perspectives-----73
Stanley I. Greenspan

Self- and Object-Representation in Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence: Implications for Therapy-----88
Henry Krystal

The Ego, the Self, and Opiate Addiction: Theoretical and Treatment Considerations-----101
Edward J. Khantzian

Transference Phenomena in the Treatment of Addictive Illness: Love and Hate in Methadone Maintenance-----118
Virginia Davidson

Implications of Psychodynamics for Therapy in Heroin Use: A Borderline Case-----126
Eugene H. Kaplan

Ego Functions in Drug Users-----142
William A. Frosch and Harvey Milkman

Psychiatric Aspects of Opiate Dependence: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Research Issues-----157
George E. Woody


List of Contributors-----185

List of Monographs-----186

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