Dual Relationships and Psychotherapy

By Arnold A. Lazarus; Ofer Zur | Go to book overview

Author Index
Abi-Hashem, N., 313
Ader, D. N., 7, 21, 316, 327
Amir, D., 109, 112
Anderson, S. K., 109, 110, 339, 346, 364, 377
Archer, J. A. Jr., 362, 363, 377
Arnott, S., 384, 393
Arons, G., 131, 137
Atkins, E. L., 66, 83
Austin, K. M., 10, 14, 19, 321, 326, 453, 454, 455, 458
Bader, E., 170, 208
Baer, B. E., 102, 110, 456, 458
Baldich, T., 340, 346
Ballou, M., 436, 445
Bandura, A, 183, 208
Barley, M., 289, 297
Barnett, J. E., 3, 55, 63, 90, 94, 96, 273, 281, 284, 317, 323, 326, 364, 378, 452, 454, 458
Barrett, M. S., 155, 165
Bates, C. M., 68, 83
Bateson, G., 39, 43
Beauchamp, T. L., 102, 104, 110
Beck, A. T., 148
Beecher, H. K., 263, 268
Bellah, R., 428
Benhabib, S., 108, 110
Bennett, B. E., 4, 15, 19, 66, 76, 83, 88, 89, 90, 96, 225, 237, 403, 407
Bergin, A. E., 13, 19, 339, 346
Berk, S. E., 362, 378
Berman, E., 109, 110
Berman, J. S., 155, 165, 435, 445
Berne, E., 71, 83, 148, 333
Bernfeld, S., 467
Bersoff, D. N., 9, 19, 104, 110, 150, 165, 213, 222, 317, 321, 326, 364, 378, 451, 452, 453, 454, 458
Berzoff, J., 418, 421
Beuder, L. E., 101, 119
Bickman, L., 128, 137
Billet-Ziskin, M. L., 217, 222
Bindman, S., 134, 137
Birky, I., 16, 22, 352, 359, 456, 461
Bishop, J. E., 263, 268
Blevins-Knabe, B., 101, 110
Bollas, C, 131, 137
Bongar, B., 101, 110
Borenstein, D. B., 352, 359
Borovoy, A. A, 134, 137
Borys, D. S., 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16, 19, 73, 78, 79, 80, 84, 88, 96, 155, 165, 171, 176, 177, 183, 208, 236, 237, 275, 276, 283, 284, 317, 321, 326, 327, 340, 346, 410, 421, 451, 452, 453, 455, 456, 458
Bouhoutsos, J. C, 68, 71, 86, 225, 238, 274, 286
Bowlby.J., 108, 110
Bricklin, P. M., 15, 19, 66, 83, 88, 96
Bridges, N. A, 155, 165
Brodsky, A. M., 66, 68, 83, 84, 274, 285
Broverman, D. M., 435, 445
Broverman, I., 435, 445

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