Referential Process and Related Dissertations

Allured, W. Evenly-hovering attention. December, 1992.

Alter, G. Language style and facilitative conditions in psychotherapy: the effects of patients' referential activity on therapists' level of empathy. A psychoanalytic process study. May, 1990

Andrei, C. A Multi-dimensional analysis of a psychoanalytic treatment. October, 2011.

Angiel, Melissa. Gender differences in linguistic style and Referential Activity. July, 1999.

Appelman, E. Mother's attachment and Referential Activity. June, 1993.

Baerson, A. Silent communication in a long-term therapy relationship. December, 1997.

Ben-Meir, M. A multiple code account of the nature of language in anorexia nervosa. September, 2005.

Block, H. The relationship of referential activity to depressive and aggressive behavior in adolescents. May, 1990.

Bonner, M. Impaired naming ability as a factor in dyslexia. May, 1988.

Bowen, J. The relationship between imagery and referential activity. June, 1987.

Bryant, L. Signal and annihilation anxiety in dreams and nightmares. An exploration. February, 1994.

Cahn, A. The effect of the holocaust experience on the symbolizing function in survivors and their children. June, 1987.

Caproni, P. Sandplay: window on the child's representational world. September, 1988.

Chase-Conant, D. Ego development, interpretation experience and pathological object relations. October, 1989.

Creelman, M. Menstrual cycle effects on affect symbolization and integration in dreams. May, 2000.

Danov, R. Factors contributing to the emergence and treatment of aggression among inner city mentally ill youths, October, 2003.

Davies, J. The origins of interpersonal and emotion structures in three-year old children. September, 1988.

Dodd, M. Measures of the orientation process. March, 1988.

Dove, K. Factors affecting timing of therapeutic work in the referential process. May, 2005.

Doyle, L. The referential cycle of the multiple code theory and the CCRT; A validation study. January, 1999.

Ehrmann, S. Computer measures of the cycles model: The German version. January, 1997.

Ellenhorn, T. The symbolic transformations of subjective experience in discourse. January, 1989.

Ernsberger, D.L. Referential Activity, imagery and temperature biofeedback. February, 1989.

Falk, J. Development of a category method for evaluating analysts’ judgments of psychoanalytic material: A method for use in validating the referential process measures against clinical judgment. December, 2000.

Fayne, M. The relationship of the therapist's interventions, and qualities of intervention's, to the patient's referential activity. March, 1990.

Ferguson, R. The interaction of systemic and psychodynamic variables in psychotherapy. June, 1991.

Fertuck, E. Verbal representation and therapeutic change in anaclitic and introjective inpatients. July, 1998.

Fox, A. The schizoid personality in "Against Nature": A theoretical and empirical analysis. October, 2003.

Frischer, A. The cycles model in relation to treatment process and outcome: An empirical study. December, 1996.

Gautier-Carlin, M. Psycholinguistic aspects of pregnancy. July, 1987.

Graham, E. Telling silences in analytic sessions: clinical meanings of pauses and affective valence in the referential process. September, 2008.

Guiter-Mazer, I. Predictors of treatment outcome in severely mentally ill inpatients. October, 1997.

Hanakawa, Y. Comparison of Linguistic and Acoustic Analyses of Schizophrenic Language. September, 2004.

Hollander, M. The unconscious structured like a language: A study of the paradigmatic-syntactic axes and Referential Activity for the hysteric and obsessive. March, 1990.

Jaffe, L. Maternal symbolic and psycholinguistic behaviors and the child's evolving capacity to tolerate separation, Sept.,1985.

Kabasakalian-McKay, R. Referential activity, object relations, and affiliative trust-mistrust as predictors of treatment outcome in short term dynamic therapy for major depression, June, 1995.

Kagan, D. A study of psychoanalytic process in a single case study, May 2005.

King, S. They were born with two tongues: Bilingual Asian American Emotional disclosure of personal memories. October, 2011.

Kingsley, G. The clinical validation of measures of the referential process, August, 2009.

Kleber, M. The effects of therapist self-disclosure on Referential Activity and related language measures in time limited dynamic psychotherapy, May, 1996.

Knaan-Kostman, Ifat: Maturation, Referential Activity, and Aggression during First Pregnancy; An Empirical Study of Pregnant Women's Dreams and Reveries, Feb. 2005.

Kolod, S. A comparison of deal adolescents from hearing parent or deaf parents with respect to level of self and object representation. March 1988.

Kristal, J. From language to communication: Exploration of the referential function from a developmental perspective. June, 1987.

Laren, S. Differences in affect expression and object relations in the early memories of coordinate Spanish-English bilinguals, April, 1997.

Leeds, J. Repetitive structures - theoretical considerations and an empirical study. September, 1988.

Lilling, A. M. The relationship between Referential Activity and insight: A psychoanalytic psychotherapy process study.

Litt, L. Prenatal attachment and body image in first pregnancy: Relationship to self and object representation. June, 1996.

Lockman, D. The relationship between the referential process and adult attachment style. October, 2008.

Lourie, M. Organization of the representational world. February, 1990.

Lowder, G. It’s hard to say: the challenge of connecting emotions and language for first time mothers. September, 2007.

Marom, A. Finding past within the present: The significance of the Holocaust experience for the third generation. November, 2010.

McMath, T. Identification of therapist factors affecting patient Referential Activity. December, 1989.

Meisels, L. Aggression and pregnancy in the psychoanalytic relationship: An empirical study, 1998.

Merchant, A. A history of the history keepers: A look at the development of play of child and adolescent analysts, 2012.

Miller, N. The effect of antidepressants on language and symptoms. September, 1996.

Miller, S. The waking nightmare: A study of PTSD in Vietnam veterans. February, 1994.

Morey, J. Towards empirically based theory of mind in schizophrenia: Cognitive processes, symptomatology, and Referential Activity. June, 1989.

Murphy, S. M. Components of the referential process as measures of therapeutic change: Development of normative and psychometric properties, 2012.

Pavlinovic, L. The role of reported dreams in treatment. Nov., 2009.

Phillips, Y. Developmental continuity: Psychoanalytic perspectives and the effect of methodology. September, 2001.

Profis, S. Attachment and the treatment relationship in a therapy analogue study. April, 2005.

Pruscino, A. The effects of birth order on perceptions of parents in young adults. December, 1986

Quinland, M. Is "Alexithymia" but a factor of the concept known as referential activity: A comparative study to define the psychological phenomenon known as Alexithymia. April, 1989.

Ritter, M. Rhythms of dialogue and Referential Activity: Implicit process across procedural and verbal realms. July, 2009.

Rojas-Flores, L. Symptoms, language quality and schizophrenia: A cross-cultural comparison of Hispanics and non-Hispanics. 1999.

Rosow, J. The multiple code theory and the language of psychotherapy: The development of standardized measurement techniques. July, 1997.

Roy, M. Patients’ post-termination, self-reported effectiveness of treatment and the representation of the therapeutic dialogue. September, 2007.

Samstag, N. Meta-Analysis of Referential Activity, June, 1996.

Schack, S. Referential Activity and the Epigenetic Assessment Rating Scale: Areas of convergence and divergence within the analytic hour, February, 2000.

Seewaldt, V. Using the CCRT to Interpret the TAT: Understanding the Phenomenon of “Card Pull”, May 2006.

Shapiro, Janet. Referential Activity in guilt and shame. May, 1990.

Segal, J. A validation study of sandplay as a projective technique. June, 1990.

Sgouras, H. The impact of sex role expectations on perceptions of behavior in home and business settings. April, 1988.

Singer, M. The extraordinary ambivalence of musical performance. November, 2004.

Shoham, M. Psychodynamic and psycholinguistic correlates of poetry. June, 2003.

Spivack, N. Measuring mutual influence in the analytic discourse. December, 1996.

Sternberg, A. Sand Play as a projective technique with a child psychiatric population. June, 1995.

Stringer, E. Emotional lives of writers and the development of their work; The effects of psychotherapy on writers’ productivity. October, 1993.

Udoff, A. Maternalism in Psychoanalysis: An empirical study. June, 1995.

Von Korff, P. Referential activity and psychotherapeutic process. September, 1986.

Waine, L. Adult attachment style: Differences in the referential process in a monologue. June, 2004.

Ward, L. Integrating clinical judgments and process measures. April, 2005.

Wallace, J. The special language of suicide in the life and art of a poet: The referential process in the poetry and letters of Anne Sexton. May, 2006.

Welsh, M. The emotional effects of storytelling: An analogue study. December, 2009.

Wiecha Von Korff, J. Person perception as a function of gender-linked features of speech. February, 1993.

Wilson, E. The effects of black consciousness of black therapists on their countertransferential perceptions of their black and white patients. September, 1996.