BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted chronologically: 1983

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[Hoo83] , 1983
Lijden in lust. Onderzoek naar 14 jaar SM in de Nederlandse homporno.
Utrecht: Instituut voor Klinische Psychologie en Persoonlijkheidsleer (IKPP), skriptie
Language: Dutch
[Are83] Aresin, Lykke, 1983
Sexuelle Deviationen
(Sexual deviations)
in: Aresin, Lykke / Günther, Erwin (ed.): Sexualmedizin: ein Leitfaden für Medizinstudenten, pp. ?-?
Publisher: VEB Verlag Volk und Gesundheit, Berlin
Language: German
[LG83] Aresin, Lykke / Günther, Erwin (ed.), 1983
Sexualmedizin: ein Leitfaden für Medizinstudenten
Publisher: VEB Verlag Volk und Gesundheit, Berlin
Language: German
[BB83a] Barande, Ilse / Barande, Robert, 1983
Antinomies du concept de perversion et paradoxes de son usage dans la pratique et la theorie psychanalytiques: De la fonction fétiche du concept de perversion a la condition "phobo-perverse" et serve de la libido
(Antinomies in the concept of perversion, and the paradoxical applications of it in psychoanalytic theory and practice: The fetishist aspect of the concept of perversion in the "phobo-perverse" condition of the libido)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 169-282
Language: French
Abstract:  "Analyzes the contradictions inherent in the concept of perversion with respect to countertransference and the role of drives and the object. Contradictions in theory and practice are considered in relation to methodology and metapsychology. The process by which excitation is generated is discussed in terms of insights from animal and human ethology. The need for submission and servitude, the 'libidinal economy,' and considerations from political anthropology are also reviewed. The 'avatars of the appetite of excitation' in the analytic relationship are discussed in relation to memories of inachievement." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Ben83] Benjamin, Jessica, 1983
Master and Slave: The Fantasy of Erotic Domination
in: Snitow, Ann / Stansell, Christine / Thompson, Sharon (ed.): The Powers of Desire: The Politics of Sexuality, pp. 280-299
Publisher: Monthly Review Press, New York
[Ber83a] Bergeret, Jean, 1983
Violence, OEdipe et perversion
(Violence, Oedipus, and perversion)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 291-297
Language: French
Abstract:  "Explores the connection between violence and perversion with reference to A. Lussier's (→ Lus83,→ Lus83a) essay on fetishism. Although the present author agrees with Lussier's analysis of the factors making up the perverse personality, he suggests that this analysis does not go far enough. It is suggested that perversion is essentially an expression of a narcissistic desire for control, especially the oedipal desire to control the mother figure. The perverse personality forms a monopolar sexual economy, essentially narcissistic, and seeks to become strong and dominant." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Ber83] Bernstein, Isidor, 1983
Masochistic Pathology and Feminine Development
In: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 31, 1983, pp. 467-486
[BB83] Boström, Jörg / Boulboullé, Guido (ed.), 1983
Ästhetik und Gewalt Series: Jahrbuch Ästhetische Erziehung, Vol. 1
Publisher: Frölich & Kaufmann, Berlin
Language: German
[Bro83a] Brodeur, Claude, 1983
Au sujet du fétichisme: Les destins d'un evenement
(On the subject of fetishism: The destinies of an event)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 304-315
Language: French
Abstract:  "Considers fetishism to be a reaction of the traumatized personality to sexual feelings directed toward a maternal figure. This incomplete resolution of the oedipal drama is transferred to other objects that retain some sexual connotation, such as high-heeled shoes or women's underwear. Fetishism is marked by a quality of delirium and a sense of unparalleled pleasure for the fetishist. Fetishists rarely seek psychoanalytic treatment, and treatment is likely to be more complex and difficult than that involved in the neuroses usually seen in analysis." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Bro83] Brown, Christie, 1983
Paraphilias: Sadomasochism, Fetishism, Transvestism and Transsexuality
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 143, 1983, pp. 227-231
Abstract:  "Argues that since definitions of deviance reflect the norms of a society, deviant individuals are best seen as leaning toward the extremes of sexual norms. Treatment should be based on a therapeutic contract to which the patient is an informed and willing party. Extreme sadomasochism is a rare phenomenon, confined usually to males. This deviance has been treated with dynamic psychotherapy, behavior therapy, administration of anti-androgens, and the surgical destruction of the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus on the non-dominant side. The rare cases of fetishism also generally involve males; common fetish items include rubber and leather. Psychoanalysts contend that fetishism is the result of a developmental disturbance leading to a sexual interest in symbolic objects. It has also been associated with temporal lobe abnormalities. Transvestism is best seen as bridging the gap between fetishism and transsexualism. Most patients are male, and behavior therapy is the most important component in treatment. The etiology of transsexualism is multifactorial, yet little understood. Again, it is more prevalent among men than women. Transsexuals attending clinics show a high rate of other psychiatric disturbances. The most successful treatment involves actual hormonal and surgical sex change." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Bru83] Brunt, E., 1983, 19.2.
De Feministische Paradox: de strijd tegen de vanille-sex
In: Haagse Post, 1983, 19.2., pp. ?-?
Language: Dutch
[Buh83] Buhrich, Neil, 1983
The association of erotic piercing with homosexuality, sadomasochism, bondage, fetishism and tattoos
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 12, No. 2, 1983, pp. 167-171
Abstract:  "Sexual deviations of subscribers advertising in the dalliance columns of Gauntlet, a magazine published for those with an erotic interest in piercing, were examined. There appeared to be a strong association between erotic piercing and homosexuality, sadomasochism, bondage, fetishism, and tattoos. Males advertised 25 times more frequently than females." (APA/PsycINFO)
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[BH83] Burgess, A.W. / Hazelwood, Robert R., 1983
Autoerotic Asphyxial Deaths and Social Network Response
In: Amer. J. Orthopsychiat., Vol. 53, No. 1, 1983, pp. ?-?
[Cal83] Califia, Pat, 1983
Sapphistry. The Book of Lesbian Sexuality.
2nd edition
Publisher: Naiad Press, Tallahassee
[Cal83a] Califia, Pat, 1983
A secret side of lesbian sexuality
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M - Studies in Sadomasochism, pp. 129-136
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[Car83] Caraco, Albert, 1983
Supplément à la Psychopathia sexualis Series: Le bruit du temps,
Publisher: Editions L'Age d'homme, Lausanne
Language: French
Notes:  174 pages.
[Cas83] Castaigne, Micheline, 1983
A propos du fétichisme
(Considering fetishism)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 316-320
Language: French
Abstract:  "Clinical material illustrates the idea that perversions are symptoms of a deeper psychic disorder. They may be permanent or transitory, depending on the severity of the pathological context. Perversions such as kleptomania and fetishism are considered to be symptoms of the phallic-narcissistic stage. Perversions express conflicts on the libidinal level and among the ego, superego, and ego ideal concerning the affirmation of narcissistic power. The defense mechanisms brought into play are denigrations of the impossibilities of incest and the differences of sex and generation, and the superego is expressed in a confused and obscure way. It is concluded that the fetish is a symbolic expression of the 'maternal phallus,' an innately confusing expression of power." (APA/PsycINFO)
[CP83] Chalkley, A. / Powell, G.E., 1983
The clinical description of forty-eight cases of sexual fetishism
In: The British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 142, 1983, pp. 292-295
Abstract:  "Surveyed the discharge register of a London teaching hospital over 20 yrs to collect data on its 48 cases of clinical sexual fetishism. An attempt was made to identify the clinical problems these patients present and the classification that fetishism describes. Ss' clinical problems had more to do with the perception of fetishes as personally or socially unacceptable than with objective restrictions placed on sexual activity. Ss ranged in age from 12 to 59 yrs. All but 1 were male; the only woman was a homosexual. 16 Ss had additional psychiatric classifications that included paranoid schizophrenia, depression, and sexual dysfunction. 20% or more of Ss had fetishes for clothes or rubber or rubber items, or wore or stole a fetish or fetishes. Few generalities can be made from these data." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Cha83a] Charme, S.L., 1983
Religion and the Theory of Masochism
In: Journal of Religion & Health, Vol. 22, No. 3, 1983, pp. 221-233
[Cha83] Chasseguet-Smirgel, Janine, 1983
Perversion and the universal law
In: International Review of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 10, 1983, pp. 293-301
[Cle83] Clerk, Gabrielle, 1983
Pour une lecture nouvelle du fétichisme
(Toward a new reading of fetishism)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 321-324
Language: French
Abstract:  "Although the author recognizes the phallic aspects of fetishism, she presents a new perspective on this variety of perversion. It is suggested that the expressed desire of the fetishist is to cling to the maternal figure, to symbolically reenter the womb and remain united with the mother. It is contended that the fetish is a substitute or symbol of that desire, and the phallic overtones of the fetish are actually secondary effects." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Col83] Coloço Belmonte, J.A.F., 1983
Typen van Masochisme; een oriŽnteerend overzicht
In: Modern Medicine, 1983, pp. ?-?
Language: Dutch
[Die83] Dieckmann, Bernhard, 1983 (Doctoral thesis)
Devianz und Literatur: ein Beitrag zur Theorie abweichenden Sexualverhaltens am Beispiel Sades und des Sadismus
School: Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin
Language: German
[BJP83] Diverse, 1983
Symposium on sexual deviation
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 143, 1983, pp. 215-255
[Ems83] Emson, H.E., 1983
Accidental hanging in autoeroticism: An unusual case occurring outdoors
In: The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1983, pp. 337-340
[Eve83] Everaerd, Walter, 1983
A case of apotemnophilia: A handicap as sexual preference
In: American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 37, No. 2, 1983, pp. 285-293
Abstract:  "Reviews the literature on the few cases of reported apotemnophilia (in which patients wished to have part of their healthy body amputated or wished to have sex with someone who had an amputation) and presents the case of a 65-yr-old man with a desire for amputation. S appeared to have a fetish for peg legs and for homosexual relations with amputees. This desire began when he was 10 yrs old." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Fai83] Fain, Michel, 1983
Realité du fétiche, realité de la castration
(Fetish, castration, and reality)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 325-332
Language: French
Abstract:  "Disagrees with a central point of A. Lussier's (→ Lus83, → Lus83a) essay on fetishism, which stressed the symbolic nature of the fetish, and argues that the fetish represents an active denial of the central conflict in the life of the fetishist. This conflict stems from a misperception of the difference between the sexes and leads to a deep-seated fear of castration, the denial of which is at the core of the fetish." (APA/PsycINFO)
[FW83] Falk, Gerhard / Weinberg, Thomas S., 1983
Sadomasochism and Popular Western Culture
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 137-144
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[Fou83] Foucault, Michel, 1983
Der Wille zum Wissen. Series: Sexualität und Wahrheit, Vol. 1
Publisher: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[FSH83] Freund, Kurt / Scher, H. / Hucker, S., 1983
The courtship disorders
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 12, 1983, pp. 369-379
[Fri83] Friday, Nancy, 1983
Die sexuellen Phantasien der Männer
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[Goe83] Gödde, Günter, 1983
Masochismus und Moral: über das individuelle und konventionelle Verlangen nach Selbstaufgabe
Publisher: Europaverlag, Wien et al.
Language: German
[Gie83] Gieseler, Harald (ed.), 1983
Cool - Handbuch für Lederkerle
Publisher: Pink Rose Press, Berlin
Language: German
[Gir83] Girard, Claude, 1983
Ces perversions que je ne saurais voir ...
(Perversions I have never seen ...)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 350-356
Language: French
Abstract:  "Comments on a series of preceding articles on perversion, including A. Lussier's (→ Lus83, → Lus83a) analysis of the symbolism involved in fetishism and I. Barande and R. Barande's (→ BB83a) rejection of the concept of perversion. The present author argues that perversion is a compromise with prevailing morality and that the controversy over the description of perversion reflects differing views of what perversion represents. It is suggested that perversion involves oedipal conflicts, a desire for death, and an inability to identify sexually." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Gol83] Goldstein, I., 1983
Pain and Masochism
In: Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1983, pp. 219-223
[Hae83] Haeberle, Erwin J., 1983
Die Sexualität des Menschen. Handbuch und Atlas.
Publisher: de Gruyter, Berlin, New York
Language: German
[Haw83] Hawton, Keith, 1983
Behavioural approaches to the management of sexual deviations
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 143, 1983, pp. 248-255
Abstract:  "In recent years, there has been a trend away from the suppression of sexual deviation and toward the management of such deviation in therapy. This trend reflects changes in social attitudes, especially with regard to homosexuality. There are 3 broad approaches to the behavioral management of deviant sexuality: procedures designed to implement a decrease in interest and behavior, techniques directed toward increasing nondeviant behavior, and management techniques. Methods for decreasing sexual interest include aversion therapy, covert sensitization, and self-regulation techniques. Methods for increasing nondeviant sexual behavior include positive conditioning (aversion relief, fading, orgasmic conditioning), systematic desensitization, treatment of sexual dysfunction, and methods for improving social skills. A general behavioral approach to the management of sexual deviance might follow the steps of assessment, negotiation of a contract, detailed behavioral analysis, identification of the initial focus of treatment, the treatment program, monitoring progress, and the duration of treatment. Examples are provided of clients treated for voyeurism, unwanted homosexual tendencies, and fetishism." (APA/PsycINFO)
[HDB83] Hazelwood, Robert R. / Dietz, Park Elliott / Burgess, Ann Wolbert, 1983
Autoerotic Fatalities
Publisher: DC Heath & Co., Lexington
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[HHS83] Herron, Mary Jane / Herron, William G. / Schultz, Candace L., 1983
Sexual Dominance/Submission, Gender and Sex-Role Identification
In: Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 56, 1983, pp. 931-937
Notes:  Article based on → Her80.
Abstract:  "Sexual dominance/submission has commonly been depicted in bipolar constellations of dominance, male gender, and masculinity as opposed to submission, female gender, and femininity. The present study questioned these sex-typed clusters by exploring the relationship between sexual dominance/submission, gender, and sex-role identification as measured by the Personal Attributes Questionnaire. The subjects were 30 male dominants, 30 female dominants, 30 male submissives, and 30 female submissives, als self-identified and heterosexual. An interaction between sexual status and gender was significant using femininity as the dependent variable, and approached significance with masculinity as the dependent variable. In specific comparisons dominant persons were more masculine than submissive ones, but dominant males were also more feminine than dominant females and did not differ in femininity from submissive males. Submissive females were more feminine than dominant females. Submissive males and females did not differ in masculinity or femininity. Support is indicated for a model of interacting factors of sexual dominance/submission, gender, and masculinity/femininity, with different patterns for dominance and submission." (APA/PsycINFO)
[HS83] Hurley, Anne D. / Sovner, Robert, 1983
Treatment of sexual deviation in mentally retarded persons
In: Psychiatric Aspects of Mental Retardation Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1983, pp. 13-16
Abstract:  "Presents case examples of 7-52 yr old mentally retarded Ss to demonstrate how behavior therapy can be used to correct problematic sexual behavior when the deviant behavior is strictly defined. It is shown how pedophilia, public masturbation, public disrobing, exhibitionism, and fetishism were corrected by response cost treatment, positive reinforcement and overcorrection, aversive conditioning, and in vivo desensitization. It is recommended that positive techniques be used before implementing more restrictive ones." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Jul83] Juliette (Pseud.), 1983
Autobiography of a Dominatrix
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M - Studies in Sadomasochism, pp. 87-93
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[Kam83] Kamel, G.W. Levi, 1983
The Leather Career: On Becoming a Sadomasochist
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 73-79
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[Kam83a] Kamel, G.W. Levi, 1983
Toward a Sexology of Sadomasochism
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 197-203
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[KW83] Kamel, G.W. Levi / Weinberg, Thomas S., 1983
Diversity in Sadomasochism: Four S&M Careers
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 113-128
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[Kel83] Keller-Husemann, Ursula, 1983
Destruktive Sexualität: Krankheitsverständnis und Behandlung der sexuellen Perversion
Publisher: Reinhardt, München et al.
Language: German
[Kha83] Khan, M. Masud R., 1983
Entfremdung bei Perversionen
Publisher: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[Kor83] Kore, Clea Elfi, 1983 (Doctoral thesis)
Decadence and the Feminine: The Case of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
School: Stanford University
Notes:  357 pages
[Kut83] Kutchinsky, Berl, 1983
Obscenity and Pornography: Behavioural Aspects.
in: Kadish, Sanford H. (ed.): Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice Vol. 3, pp. 1077-1086
Publisher: Free Press, New York
[Let83] Letarte, Paulette, 1983
Les dessous d'un fétiche: le fétiche "porte-mere"
(The underside of a fetish: The mother image)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 364-375
Language: French
Abstract:  "Presents the case of a 24-yr-old male that illustrates the role of the mother-figure in the development of fetishes. The S, who had been abnormally slow to develop, was rejected by his mother and desired to flee the family. He developed fantasies and fetishes as a means of soothing his sense of isolation." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Loh83] Lohs, Margit, 1983
Frauen äußern ihre sexuellen Phantasien. Ergebnisse einer empirischen Untersuchung zum sexuellen Verhalten studierender Frauen.
in: Lockot, Regine / Rosemeier, H.P. (ed.): Ärztliches Handeln und Intimität, pp. 126-142
Publisher: Enke, Stuttgart
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[LW83] Lowry, T.P. / Williams, G., 1983
What homosexuals do; a study of two homosexual subcultures in California
In: British Journal of Sexual Medicine, Vol. 102, No. 10, 1983, pp. 41-43
Abstract:  "Like heterosexual society, the gay world is not homogeneous, but consists of a variety of subcultures, each with its own set of dress codes. Social behaviors, speech patterns. Sexual preferences and ambiance. In this study, the authors compared the sexual behaviours, especially in the area of sadomasochism, of two different San Francisco areas: Castro Street and Folsom Street. The following generalisations describe the characteristics of the two neighbourhoods."
[Lus83] Lussier, André, 1983
Les deviations du desir. Etude sur le fétichisme: I. Presentation du rapport
(The deviations of desire: A study of fetishism: I. Introduction)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 19-39
Language: French
Abstract:  "Discusses the function of fetishism in terms of the nature of desire and the choice of an object, the pleasure derived from it, and the symbolic aspect of the fetish. It is suggested that the fetish is a fixation for an object that has usurped the erotic aspect of the genital region of the opposite sex, implying a displacement of emotional investment. It is also argued that a true fetish is based on the representation of an unconscious idea rather than an instrumental object, but that many objects with unconscious sexual meanings do not represent fetishes." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Lus83a] Lussier, André, 1983
Les déviations du désir. Etude sur le fétichisme: II. Rapport
(The deviations of desire: A study of fetishism: II. Analysis)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 41-142
Language: French
Abstract:  "Discusses the psychic structure of the fetishist in relation to Freud's writings on the topic and to the current literature. Several characteristics of the male fetishist are identified: an overwhelming identification with the mother figure, a tendency toward depression, a disposition toward homosexuality, hostility, separation anxiety and a desire to return to the mother, self-delusions, and a body fixation in which the fetish is necessary to physical well-being or a form of physical penance. These factors lead the fetishist into a state of semi-delirium, and the fetish becomes a protective device against further fragmentation of his personality. Sexuality and uncertainty play an overwhelming role in the fetishistic personality." (APA/PsycINFO)
[MS+83] MacCulloch, M.J. / Snowden, P.R. / Wood, P.J.W. / Mills, H.E., 1983
Sadistic Fantasy, Sadistic Behaviour and Offending
In: British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 143, 1983, pp. 20-29
Abstract:  "This paper explores the genesis of sadistic behaviour in men and its relationship to crime. Sixteen male special hospital patients, each with a diagnosis of psychopathic disorder, formed the basis of this descriptive study. In only three cases were the crimes explicable in terms of external circumstances and personality traits. The offences of the remaining 13 cases became comprehensible only when the offender's internal circumstances were explored: investigation revealed repetitive sadistic masturbatory fantasies which had spilled over into overt behaviour because the patients had felt impelled to seek and create increasingly dangerous in vivo 'try-outs' of their fantasies. The paper discusses the crucial link between sadistic fantasy and behaviour."
[MC83] Malamuth, Neil M. / Check, James V.P., 1983
Sexual Arousal to Rape Depictions: Individual Differences
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 92, No. 1, 1983, pp. 55-67
[MC83a] Malamuth, Neil M. / Check, James V.P., 1983
Sex-Role Stereotyping and Reactions to Depictions of Stranger versus Acquaintance Rape
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 45, 1983
[Mas83] Mass, Lawrence, 1983
Coming to Grips with Sadomasochism
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S and M. Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 45-56
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[McN83] McNeill, Elizabeth, 1983
Neun Wochen und drei Tage
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
[MD83] Meyer, Jon K. / Dupkin, Carol, 1983
in: Fann, William Edwin (ed.): Phenomenology and Treatment of Psychosexual Disorders, pp. 13-22
Publisher: Spectrum Publications, Jamaica, NY
[Mit83] Mitscherlich, Alexander, 1983
Aus der Analyse eines Gummi-Fetischisten
(From the analysis of a rubber fetishist)
In: Psyche: Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen, Vol. 37, No. 10, 1983, pp. 867-904
Language: D, E abstract
Abstract:  "Reports an extensive case history of a fetishistic patient, taken from the estate of the late A. Mitscherlich. The patient had entered analysis in the early 1940's, was referred to Mitscherlich in 1948 by the colleague who had conducted the 1st phase of the treatment, and continued under Mitscherlich until 1952." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Moh83] Mohr, Jasper, 1983 (Doctoral thesis)
Verhaltensanalytische Studien zum Sadismus als Psychopathologie des Phänomens der Liebe
School: Universität Hamburg, Hamburg
Language: German
[Myn83] Mynard, Jacques, 1983
Perversité/perversions et de l'avantage de les differencier
(Perversity/perversion and the advantage of distinguishing between them)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 383-390
Language: French
Abstract:  "Reviews the controversy over the analytic description of perversion in relation to essays by A. Lussier (→ Lus83, → Lus83a) on the nature and function of fetishism and by I. Barande and R. Barande (→ BB83a) on the contradictions inherent in the concept of perversion. To accommodate both perspectives, the present author suggests a distinction between perversion - an attempt to recapture the pleasure of the infantile stage through the use of a compulsive object - and perversity - which stems from a conflict in sexual identity and a straining toward death." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Nac83] Nachin, Claude, 1983
Contribution a la metapsychologie du fetichisme et des "perversions"
(A contribution to the metapsychology of fetishism and "perversions")
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 391-395
Language: French
Abstract:  "Discusses the nature of perversion in relation to clinical material and to the perspectives of a variety of other writers on the topic. It is suggested that the roots of perversion in a metapsychological sense reflect a mixture of joy and suffering, a filial instinct, dependence, and a desire for submission - a confused tangle of desires that cannot help but find expression in an 'extra-normal' fashion." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Pie83] Pierrejouan, Christian, 1983
Publisher: Bruno Gmünder
Language: German
[Pri83] Price, R.M., 1983
Masochism and Piety
In: Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 22, No. 2, 1983, pp. 161-166
[Roq83] Roquelaure, Anne (Anne Rice), 1983
The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty
Publisher: Dutton, New York
[SS83] Schellmann, Burghard / Scheithauer, Richard, 1983
Tödliche autoerotische Unfälle
In: Archiv für Kriminologie, Vol. 171, 1983, pp. 20-25
Language: German
[Sco83] Scott, Gini Graham, 1983
Dominant Women - Submissive Men: An Exploration in Erotic Dominance and Submission
Publisher: Praeger Publishers, New York
[Sel83] Sellers, Terence, 1983
The Correct Sadist: The Memoirs of Angel Stern
Publisher: Vitriol Pubs., New York
[SC83] Smith, H. / Cox, C., 1983
Dialogue with a Dominatrix
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism, pp. 80-86
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[SST83] Snitow, Ann / Stansell, Christine / Thompson, Sharon (ed.), 1983
The Powers of Desire: The Politics of Sexuality
Publisher: Monthly Review Press, New York
[Sor83] Sorayama, Hajime, 1983
Sexy Robot
Publisher: Genko-sha Publishing Co.
[Tan83] Tannahill, Reay, 1983
Kulturgeschichte der Erotik
Publisher: Ullstein Verlag, Frankfurt am Main et al.
Language: German
[Tow83] Townsend, Larry, 1983
The Leatherman's Handbook II
Publisher: Modernismo, New York
[Vis83] Visser, D., 1983
Vormen van Sado-Masochisme: onderzoeksresultaten. Deel I.
Publisher: Instituut voor Klinische Psychologie en Persoonlijkheidsleer (IKPP), Utrecht
Language: Dutch
[WK83a] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi, 1983
S&M: An Introduction to the Study of Sadomasochism
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 17-24
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[WK83] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.), 1983
S and M - Studies in Sadomasochism
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[WB83] Wesselius, Cassie L. / Bally, Ralph, 1983
A male with autoerotic asphyxia syndrome
In: The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1983, pp. 341-345
[Zav83] Zavitzianos, George, 1983
Les fétiches de la phase phallique
(Fetishes of the phallic stage)
In: Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1983, pp. 425-430
Language: French
Abstract:  "Describes a type of fetishism that does not correspond to the classic definition given by Freud. The fetish is largely homosexual in content and involves an item of distinctly masculine character, such as a military uniform or athletic equipment. It becomes a representation of the father's penis, identifying the fetishist with all that is powerful and masculine. This extends to a fear of castration, in which the denial of the penis-less mother becomes a denial of the female role in sexuality. This phenomenon has also been noted in women, reflected in an overidentification with the masculine figure that leads to a denial of their own female identity. This type of fetishism is considered a sort of transvestism." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Zuc83] Zuckerman, Marvin, 1983
A Biological Theory of Sensation Seeking
in: Zuckerman, Marvin (ed.): Biological Bases of Sensation Seeking, Impulsivity and Anxiety, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ

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