Knauss, W. (2000). Introduction to Foulkes Lecture. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Mendelssohn, F. (2000). 24th S. H. Foulkes Lecture: The Aesthetics of the Political in Group Analytic Process – The Wider Scope of Group Analysis. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Campbell, J. (2000). Response of Lecture by Felix de Mendelssohn. Group Analysis. 33 (4).

Special Section (cont.) Empirical Research

Ballhausen-Scharf, B. & Rudnitzki, G. (2000). The Group Conductor and Group Research – Ethical, Conceptual and Technical Problems. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Tschuschke, V. (2000). Comments on and Reply to “The Group Conductor and Group Research – Ethical, Conceptual and Technical Problems”, by Birgitt Ballhausen-Scharf and Gerhard Rudnitzki. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Zulueta, F. & Mark, P. (2000). Attachment and Contained Splitting: A Contained Approach of Group and Individual Therapy to the Treatment of Patients Suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. Group Analysis. 33 (4).


Stacey, R. (2000). Reflexivity, Self-Organization and Emergence in the Group Matrix. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Karterud, S. (2000). On the Scientific Foundation of Group Analysis: Commentary on Article by Ralph Stacey. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Maher, M. (2000). The Compound I: The Group Self and the Poetic Self. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Schulte, P. (2000). Holding in Mind: Intersubjectivity, Subject Relations and the Group. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Dalal, F. (2000). Commentary on Articles by Ralph Stacey and Philip Schulte. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Winship, G. (2000). Jury Deliberation: An Observation Study. Group Analysis. 33 (4).
Stock Whitaker, D. (2000). Theory-building, Theory-use and Practice in Group Psychotherapy. Group Analysis. 33 (4).

Commentary on Special Issue on Dr. Patrick de Maré

Kennard, D. (2000). Some Differences Between the Small Therapeutic Group and the Median Group. Group Analysis. 33 (4).