INDEX
abstinence, technique of, 43, 64,
196n32
adaptation: of the ego, 106, 108, 116,
119, 134; of psychoanalytic practice,
4, 26, 124, 125, 150, 160, 196n28,
206n9, 209n26
Adler, Marcia, 205n5
Adorno, Th eodor W., 119
Aetna, 28, 29, 33
aff ective labor, 7, 62, 177, 179, 181, 185
Agamben, Giorgio, 8
aggression, 137, 140
Alexander, Franz: as analyst of Bitzsten,
77, 201n13; and association with
Healy, 80; Blitzsten’s critique of, 83,
87, 90; Blitzsten’s followers’ critique
of, 85– 86, 132; as Chicago Institute
leader, 51– 52, 80– 82, 91, 94, 97, 99,
202n19; ego psychologists’ critique
of, 44, 83– 84; and fee- splitting scan-
dal, 80; Freud’s support for, 80, 92;
and Grinker’s debate with Gitelson,
112, 115, 117; and interest in criminol-
ogy, 78, 80, 82; Lacan’s critique of,
200n5; Pollock compared to, 123,
126; psychoanalysis pop u lar ized by,
82– 83, 87; psychoanalytic approach
of, contrasted with Blitzsten’s, 81–
94, 164, 179– 80, 203n25; publica-
tions of, 83, 86, 87; Sachs as analyst
of, 85; Schmidt’s psychobiography
of, 192n17; on scientifi c status of
psychoanalysis, 88– 89; as student
of Freud, 77; therapeutic technique
developed by, 7, 44, 82– 84, 90– 91,
92– 93, 107, 163, 172, 175; as Univer-
sity of Chicago professor, 78– 80;
and vector theory of personality,
201– 2n17, 204n39
alliance: analytic, 145, 146, 215n30;
therapeutic, 37, 38, 44, 45, 90,
190n4, 213n13, 214n17, 215n30
Altschul, Sol, 101
American Academy of Psychoanalysis,
113
American Association of Psychoanaly-
sis in Clinical Social Work, 194n15
American Medical Association (ama),
30, 34
American Psychiatric Association, 96,
123
American Psychoanalytic Association
(APsaA): and age of members, 25,
193– 94n13; Alexander’s technique
criticized at, 83, 91; Blitzsten’s activ-
ity at, 82, 83, 86, 90, 91; Board of
Professional Standards (bops) of, 58,
101, 165, 169, 170, 217n9; and
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