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Michael Ian Good, M.D.

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  1. Good MI. A clinical view on the directions of time: here and now, the past in the present, from the present to the past. Int J Psychoanal. 2010 Oct; 91(5):1220-3. PMID: 21495422.
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  2. Good MI. Elvin V. Semrad (1909-1976): experiencing the heart and core of psychotherapy training. Am J Psychother. 2009; 63(2):183-205. PMID: 19711770.
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  3. Good MI. Julie's museum: the evolution of thinking, dreaming and historicization in the treatment of traumatized patients. Int J Psychoanal. 2007 Jun; 88(Pt 3):769-71; author reply 771-2. PMID: 17537704.
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  4. Good MI. Perverse dreams and dreams of perversion. Psychoanal Q. 2006 Oct; 75(4):1005-44. PMID: 17094370.
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  5. Good MI, Dayand M, Rowell E. False memories, negative affects, and psychic reality: the role of extra-clinical data in psychoanalysis. Int J Psychoanal. 2005 Dec; 86(Pt 6):1573-93. PMID: 16318938.
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  6. Good MI. Screen reconstructions: traumatic memory, conviction, and the problem of verification. J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 1998; 46(1):149-83. PMID: 9565903.
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  7. Good MI. Suggestion and veridicality in the reconstruction of sexual trauma, or can a bait of suggestion catch a carp of falsehood? J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 1996; 44(4):1189-224. PMID: 8987016.
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  8. Good MI. Karl Abraham, Sigmund Freud, and the fate of the seduction theory. J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 1995; 43(4):1137-67. PMID: 8926328.
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  9. Good MI. Differential constructions of trauma in cases of suspected child sexual molestation. Psychoanal Study Child. 1994; 49:434-64. PMID: 7809299.
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  10. Good MI. The reconstruction of early childhood trauma: fantasy, reality, and verification. J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 1994; 42(1):79-101. PMID: 8182250.
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  11. Good MI. The concept of an organic dissociative syndrome: what is the evidence? Harv Rev Psychiatry. 1993 Sep-Oct; 1(3):145-57. PMID: 9384842.
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  12. Good MI. Witnessing pornography and the reconstruction of suspected child sexual molestation. J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 1992; 40(2):630-4. PMID: 1593088.
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  13. Good MI. Organic dissociative syndrome associated with antimigraine pharmacotherapy. Can J Psychiatry. 1991 Oct; 36(8):597-9. PMID: 1742715.
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