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RICERCA PSICOANALITICA
Rivista della relazione in psicoanalisi
3 issues per year , ISSN 1827-4625 , ISSNe 2037-7851
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Ricerca Psicoanalitica is a member of the Council of Editors of Psychoanalytic Journals and has been for over two decades the journal of relations in psychoanalysis in Italy. Founded in 1990 by SIPRe, the Italian Society of Relational Psychoanalysis, from its inception it promoted a space for reflection and debate much wider than its specific affiliation and capable of attracting contributors and readers from various areas interested in focusing on the subject-relation binomial, deriving from the awareness of the criticalities that had been emerging in psychoanalysis, but also convinced that psychoanalysis contains great potential for valuable reflections applicable also to contiguous fields of research and work. Epistemological, theoretical, methodological and technical reflections found in it a meaningful space for deployment and confrontation favored by a climate of freedom of thought, curiosity, and willingness to open up to new ideas. Little attention has always been paid to the theoretical and professional affiliations of contributors, provided they presented rigorous argumentations and valuable intersubjective confrontations on the relation, not only as an object of inquiry but also as a method and tool for theoretical and clinical research. Ricerca Psicoanalitica therefore renews its invitation to the Italian cultural and professional community to actively take part in this space for sharing in the construction of knowledge about relations and the human subject. Privileged partners will also be those international authors who suggest innovative advances in the light of a mutual and equally valuable exchange. Attention will also be dedicated to the non-clinical areas where relational knowledge can prove useful, such as those operational, professional, and cultural domains where its great potential can find the widest application.

General Editor: Fabio Vanni.
Editors: Attà Negri (Milano); Laura Corbelli (Repubblica San Marino); Alessandro Cavelzani (Milano), Silvia Paola Papini (Milano).
Previous Directors: Daniela De Robertis (1990-1997), Michele Minolli (1998-2009), Alberto Lorenzini (2010-2016).
Scientific board: Neil Altman (New York), Paul Laurent Assoun (Parigi), George E. Atwood (New Brunswick), Lewis Aron (New York), Marco Bacciagaluppi (Milano), Beatrice Beebe (New York), Bernard Brandchaft (New York), Philip M. Bromberg (New York), Nicolas Duruz (Lausanne), Michael Ermann (Monaco), James L. Fosshage (New York), Pier Francesco Galli (Bologna), Adrienne Harris (New York), Irwin Hirsch (New York), Edgar Levenson (New York), Jody Messler Davies (New York), Paolo Migone (Parma), Thomas H. Ogden (San Francisco), MeinradPerrez (Fribourg), Gustavo Pietropolli Charmet (Milano), Paul Roazen (Toronto), Albert Rhus (Vienna), HalSampson (San Francisco), Roberta Siani (Verona), Joyce Slochower (New York), John Southgate (Londra), Charles Spezzano (San Francisco), Robert D. Stolorow (Los Angeles), Hans Joerg Walter (Innsbruck); Joseph Weiss (San Francisco).

Edotorial staff: Laura Polito, c/o SIPRe Parma - Strada Repubblica, 61 - 43121 Parma e-mail: errepi@sipreonline.it.

The journal uses a double blind peer review process. The reviewers are selected for their specific expertise. The proposed article is sent anonymously to the reviewers to avoid possible influences due to the author's name. The editors may decide not to submit an article to the referees, if they consider the paper not pertinent, or not in line with scientific standards. The referees opinion will be sent to the author even if the answer is negative

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Attà Negri, Editoriale
Wilma Bucci, I molteplici livelli dell’interazione nella comunicazione terapeutica: teoria e ricerca di base (Multiple levels of interaction in therapeutic communication. Theory and basic research)
Wilma Bucci, I molteplici livelli dell’interazione nella comunicazione terapeutica: applicazioni cliniche della teoria (Multiple Levels Of Interaction In Therapeutic Communication: Clinical Applications Of The Theory)
Attà Negri, Rachele Mariani, Livelli e codici multipli della mente, ovvero vincoli e possibilità della nostra relazione con il mondo (Levels and multiple codes of the mind, or constraints and possibilities of our relation with the world)
Maria Pia Roggero, Dal frastuono della relazione all’intimità ("intime") nella relazione: vicissitudini del concetto di relazione e riflessioni su un caso clinico (From the din of a relationship to intimacy: the vicissitudes of the concept of relation and reflections on a case history)
Alberto Lorenzini, Il processo referenziale: cognizione o coscienza incarnata? (The referential process: cognition or embodied consciousness?)
Daniela De Robertis, Autoriflessione in primo piano: il posto della parola e dell’"Attività Referenziale" (Self-reflection in the foreground: the location of words and of "refrential activity".)
Michela Di Trani, Alessia Renzi, Luigi Solano, Mente e corpo nella teoria del codice multiplo. Riflessioni sul concetto di alessitimia (Mind and body in multiple code theory. reflections on the concept of alexithymia)
Rachele Mariani, Attà Negri, Note del terapeuta e misure del processo referenziale. Un possibile "terzo analitico" (Therapist’s notes and measures of the referential process. A possibile "analytic third".)
Massimo Schneider, Alessandro Musetti, Recensioni. La mente del corpo: intenzionalità e inconscio della coscienza / Costruire l’adolescenza Tra immedesimazione e bisogni


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Daniela De Robertis, Fabio Vanni, Editoriale
Duccio Demetrio, L’età adulta: intervista a Duccio Demetrio (Adult age: an interview to Duccio Demetrio)
Daniela De Robertis, Costruzioni narrative e dialettica dell’intratemporalità nel life span. Ripensare il tempo psichico nella cura psicoanalitica (Narrative constructions and dialectics of atemporality in the life span: rethinking psychic time in psychoanalytical treatment)
Vincenza Pellegrino, Le "transizioni biografiche" agli occhi dei 40enni: analisi delle strategie discorsive di uomini e donne "in mezzo al guado" ("Biographical transitions" in the eyes of forty-year-olds: analysis of the conversational strategies of men and women stuck in midstream)
Paolo Milanesi, Sviluppo psichico: peculiarità dell’infanzia o processo in continuo divenire? (Psychic development: peculiarities of childhood or a process of continuous transformation?)
Fabio Vanni, Modelli evolutivi e adolescenza oggi (Development models and adolescence today)
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Issue 1/2015 
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Alberto Lorenzini, Editoriale
Joyce Slochower, Analisti genitori e pazienti bambini? Un’indagine retrospettiva (Psychoanalytic mommies and psychoanalytic babies: a long view)
Massimo Iannucci, Winnicott in translation: note sull’holding di Joyce Slochower (Winnicott in translation: notes on holding by joyce slochower)
Mariangela Bucci Bosco, Empatia in Carl Rogers e holding in una cornice di riferimento relazionale, secondo Joyce Slochower (Empathy in carl rogers and holding in relational terms according to joyce slochower)
Alberto Lorenzini, L’holding, terreno di coltura del Sé (Holding: an area for cultivating a not yet existing subjectivity.)
Samuel Gerson, Isteria e umiliazione: una prospettiva relazionale (Hysteria and humiliation: a relational view)
Massimo Fontana, L’isteria ai tempi del DSM-5: diagnosi obsoleta o risorsa per la clinica? (Hysteria in the times of dsm-v: obsolete diagnosis or resource for clinical work?)
Maura Silvestri, La dissociazione delle origini. Freud e Janet: un confronto doloroso, un dialogo pensabile (Dissociation of the origins. freud and janet: a painful confrontation, a thinkable dialogue)
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