Publications

Vorus, N. (2021). Review of Illusion, Disillusion, and Irony in Psychoanalysis, by John Steiner. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 102(4): 826-831.

Vorus, N. (2021). Trying to find someone: A modern Kleinian reconsideration of the treatment of Mrs. C. Division/Review, 24: 39-42.

Vorus, N., and Ellman, S. (eds.) (2021). Notes from a pandemic: A year of COVID-19. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 38(2).

Ellman, S. and Vorus, N. (2021). Commentary on Notes from a pandemic. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 38(2): 142-150.

Vorus, N. (2019). Reflections on “Transference, Psychic Reality, and Material Reality.” In Cancelmo, J., Monder, B., and Myers, H. (eds.) Warmed by the Fires: Selected Papers of Allan Frosch. Queens, NY: International Psychoanalytic Books.

Vorus, N. (2019). Review of Chimeras and Other Writings: Selected Papers of Sheldon Bach, by Sheldon Bach. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 35(1): 99-103.

Vorus, N. (2018). Theory of mind and therapeutic action: a contemporary Freudian perspective. In Bonovitz, C. and Harlem, A. (Eds.) Developmental Approaches to Therapeutic Action in Child Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. New York: Routledge, Chapter 8.

Vorus, N. (2017). Kleinian and Post-Kleinian perspectives on conflict. In Christian, C., Eagle, M. and Wolitzky, D. (Eds.) Psychoanalysis and Conflict: A Critical Reassessment. New York: Routledge, Chapter 6.

Vorus, N. (2017). Review of The Klein-Winnicott Dialectic: Transformative new metapsychology and interactive clinical theory, by Susan Kavaler-Adler. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 34(2): 239-241.

Freedman, N., Hoffenberg, J., Vorus, N., and Frosch, A. (2012). The effectiveness of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: the role of treatment duration, frequency of sessions, and the therapeutic relationship. In Freedman, N., Hurvich, R., and Ward, R. (Eds) Another Kind of Evidence. London: Karnac, Chapter 1.

Geller, J., Bender, D., Freedman, N., Hoffenberg, J., Kagan, D., Schaffer, C., and Vorus, N. (2012). Patients’ representations of the therapeutic dialogue: a pathway toward the evaluation of psychotherapy process and outcome. In Freedman, N., Hurvich, R., and Ward, R. (Eds) Another Kind of Evidence. London: Karnac, Chapter 2.

Vorus, N. (2011). Cultivating Meaningspace: Freudian and Neo-Kleinian Conceptions of Therapeutic Action. In Druck, A., Ellman, C., Freedman, N., and Thaler, A. (Eds.) A New Freudian Synthesis: Clinical Process in the Next Generation. London: Karnac, Chapter 9.

Vorus, N. (2010). The Controversial Discussions. In Ellman, S. When Theories Touch: A Historical and Theoretical Integration of Psychoanalytic Thought. London: Karnac, Chapter 7.

Vorus, N. (2006). Central concepts of the Freud-Klein debates. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 5(3): 259-267.

Vorus, N. and Vorus, T. S. (eds) (2006). The Developmental Theories of Freud and Klein. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 5(3).

Davis, M., Walters, S., Markus, K., Vorus, N., and Connors, B. (2005). Behavioral cues to deception vs. topic incriminating potential in criminal confessions. Law and Human Behavior, 19(6): 683-704.

Vorus, N. (2004). Representation and object relations. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 85(6): 1501-1504.

Vorus, N. (2004). Treatment of an adopted child: Connections lost and found. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 3(3): 391-397.

Vorus, N. (2003) Disquieting phantasy: Klein-Freud controversies. The Psychoanalytic Review, 90(1): 63-99.

Vorus, N. (2000). Analytic effectiveness. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 17(2): 371-375.

Freedman, N., Hoffenberg, J., Vorus, N., and Frosch, A. (1999). The effectiveness of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: The role of treatment duration, frequency of sessions, and the therapeutic relationship. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 47(3): 741-772.

Stuart, J., Westen, D., Lohr, N., Benjamin, J., Becker, S., Vorus, N., Silk, K. (1990). Object relations in borderlines, depressives, and normals: An examination of human responses on the Rorschach. Journal of Personality Assessment, 55(2): 296-318.