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Summer 2007, 63:2

Journal of Individual Psychology
Editors' Notes: Narcissism, Imagery, Early Recollections, and Social Interest
Mary Frances Schneider, Roy M. Kern, and William L. Curlette
Invited Response: To Be or Not To Be Adlerian: The Personal and Organizational Dynamics of Establishing One's Theoretical Orientation
Len Sperry
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: His Majesty the Baby: Narcissism through the Lens of Individual Psychology
Michael P. Maniacci
Who Feeds the Narcissism?
Roseanne M. Boldt
Therapy with the Partner of an Individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Mary Frances Schneider and Wendy Sadler
Narcissism and the Empty Self: To Have or To Be
Frank Gruba-McCallister
An Adlerian Perspective on Guided Visual Imagery for Stress and Coping
Jason A. Kaufman
Promoting Insight and Change through the Systematic Use of Early Recollections with Role Play, Art, and Cognitive Reconstruction
Marilyn Strauch
Early Recollections and the Experience of Place
Arthur J. Clark
The Measurement and Clinical Use of Social Interest: Validation of the Sulliman Scale of Social Interest on a Sample of Hospitalized Substance Abuse Patients
Gerald J. Mozdzierz, Richard L. Greenblatt, and Thomas J. Murphy
Psychological Strategies: Understanding and Helping Children Who Manifest Symptoms That Meet the Criteria for the Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Diagnosis
Francis X. Walton