Selected Articles

1. The Reality of the Psychoanalytic Relationship and Situation in the Handling of
Transference-Resistance. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 48, 1967

2. The Context and Unique Function of Dreams in Psychoanalytic Therapy.
International Journal of Pscyho-Analysis, 52, 1971

3. Imagery and Symbolic Expression in Dreams and Art. International
Journal of
Psycho-Analysis, 53, 1972

4. Psychoanalysis and Literature. Book Forum, 1, 1974

5. Pinter’s Homecoming: Imagoes in Dramatic Action. Psychoanalytic Review,
62, 1975

6. (Co-Author, Gino Rizzo) Psychoanalysis in Search of Pirandello: Six
Characters and Henry IV. Psychoanalytic Review, 64, 1977

7. Toward a Re-orientation of Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism. Psychoanalytic
Review, 65, 1978

8. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Personality Development in India.
International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 7, 1980; Samiksa, 32, 1978

9. Induced Emotional Reactions and Attitudes in the Psychoanalyst as
Transference in Actuality. Psychoanalytic Review, 68, 1981

10. Imagery and the Self in Artistic Creativity and Psychoanalytic Literary
Criticism. Psychoanalytic Review, 68, 1981

11. Toward a Psychoanalytic Psychology of Hierarchical Relationships in Hindu
India. Ethos, 10, 1982

12. Identity, Contextualization, and Individualization: Three Psychological
Processes in Social Change in India. Comparative Civilizations Review, 8, 1982

13. Psychoanalysis Without Interpretation: Psychoanalytic Therapy in Japan.
Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 19, 1983

14. The Self in India and America: Toward a Psychoanalysis of Social and
Cultural Contexts. In Designs of the Self, Ed.s V. Kavolis & E. Leites. International
Universities Press, 1984

15. Psychoanalysis in Civilizational Perspective: The Self in India, Japan, and
America. Psychoanalytic Review, 72, 1985

16. The Familial Self, the Individualized Self, and the Spiritual Self:
Psychoanalytic Reflections on India and America. Psychoanalytic Review, 74, 1987

17. The Self in Cross-Civilizational Perspective: An Indian-Japanese-American
Comparison. In The Relational Self: Theoretical Convergences in Psychoanalysis
and Social Psychology
, Ed. R. C. Curtis. New York Guilford Press, 1991

18. Psychoanalysis in India and Japan: Toward a Comparative Psychoanalysis.
American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 51, 1991

19. The Spiritual and the Magic-Cosmic in Indian Patients in Psychoanalytic
Therapy. Journal of the Psychology of Religion, 1, 1992

20. Selves in Motion: An Indian-Japanese-American Comparison. In Self as
Person in Asian theory and Practice
, Ed. Roger Ames. Albany: State
University of New York Press, 1994

21. Value Issues Involving Western psychoanalysts with Asian Patients. Journal
of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 23, 1995

22. How Universal is the Psychoanalytic Self? In Reaching Across Boundaries of
Culture and Class: Widening the Scope of Psychotherapy, Ed.s R.P. Foster,
M. Moskowitz & R.A. Javier. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, 1996

23. The Influence of Culture on the Self and Selfobject Relationships: An Asian-
North American Comparison. Commentary by Philip Cushman. Reply to
Commentary: Culture, Comparativity and Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic
Dialogues, 6, 1996

24. Indians in America: Adaptation and the Bicultural Self. In Immigrant
Experiences: Personal Narrative and Psychological Analysis, Ed.s P. Ellowitz
& C. Kahn. New Jersey: Faarleigh Dickinson Press, 1997

25. Personal Reflections II: Indian/American Encounters. American Vedantist, 3,
Winter, 1998

26. The Spiritual Self and Psychopathology: Theoretical Reflections and Clinical
Observations. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 16, 1999

27. Another Voice and Position: Psychoanalysis Across Civilizations.
Culture Psychology, 7, 2001

28. Psychoanalysts and the Spiritual Quest: Framing a New Paradigm. In
Creative Dissent: Psychoanalysis in Evolution, Ed.s A. Roland, B. Ulanov
& C. Barbre. Praeger, 2003

29. The Spiritual Self and Psychoanalytic Therapy. In Many Paths, One
Religion and Psychotherapy, Ed.s C. Barbre, P. Cooper & M.
Weiner. Hillsdale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 2003

30. Psychoanalysis Across Civilizations: A Personal Journey. Journal of
American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 31, 2003

31. Across Civilizations: Psychoanalytic Therapy with Asians and Asian
Americans. Psychotherapy Theory Research Training Practice, 43, 2006

32. Multiple Mothering and the Familial Self. In Freud Along the Ganges, Ed.
Salman Ahktar. New York: Other Press, 2007

33. Understanding Indians in a Global Era. In Institutional Dynamics and
Evolution of the Indian Economy, Ed. Rajesh Kumar. London: Macmillan
Palgrave, 2008

34. Trauma and Dissociation: 9/11 and the India/Pakistan Partition.
Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 46, 2010

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