Paul W. Mosher, M.D. , P.C.

 


 

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Paul W. Mosher, M.D.

Mosher, P.W., (2008) Letter from the United States, Int. J. Psychoanal., 89:1109-1122.

Mosher, P.W., (2006) Monopoly’s Over: Now It’s Time for Risk. Bull. Assn. Psychoanal. Med., 40:Fall 2006:58-70.

Richards, A & Mosher, PW (2006) Abraham Arden Brill, 1874–1948, Am J Psychiatry, 163 (3): 386.

Mosher, PW & Richards, A, (2005) The History of Membership and Certification in the APsaA: Old Demons, New Debates, Psychoanalytic Review, 92:6:865-894.

Mosher, PW (2003) We Have Met the Enemy and He (Is) Was Us. (chapter), pp. 229-249, in Levin, C., Furlong, A., O’Neill, MK, Confidentiality: Ethical Perspectives and Clinical Dilemmas, Hillsdale, NJ:Analytic Press (ISBN 0881633550).

Mosher, PW, (2003) Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: The History and Significance of the United States Supreme Court’s Decision in the Case of Jaffee v. Redmond. (chapter) pp. 177-206, in Koggel, CM, Furlong, A, Levin, C, eds. Confidential Relationships: Psychoanalytic, Ethical and Legal Contexts, Rodopi:New York (ISBN 9042008350).

Mosher PW, Swire PP. (2002) The ethical and legal implications of Jaffee v Redmond and the HIPAA medical privacy rule for psychotherapy and general psychiatry., Psychiatr Clin North Am. Sep;25(3):575-84, vi-vii.

Doidge, N., Simon, B., Lancee, W.J., First, M., Brunshaw, J., Brauer, L., Grant, D.C., Stevens, A., Oldham, J.M., Mosher, P. (2002) Psychoanalytic Patients in the U.S., Canada, and Australia: I. A DSM-III-R Validation Study, J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 50(2):615, 2002.

Doidge, N., Simon, B., Brauer, L., Grant, D.C., First, M., Brunshaw, J., Lancee, W.J., Stevens, A., Oldham, J.M., Mosher, P. (2002) Psychoanalytic Patients in the U.S., Canada, and Australia: I. DSM-III-R Disorders, Indications, Previous Treatment, Medications, and Length of Treatment, J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 50(2):575, 2002.

Mosher, P.W. (2000). Book Review: Psychotherapy and Confidentiality: Testimonial Privileged Communication, Breach of Confidentiality, and Reporting Duties.: Ralph Slovenko. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1998, 640 pp.; J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 48:665-669.

Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: The History and Significance of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in the Case of Jaffee v. Redmond, presented at discussion group, American Psychoanalytic Association, May, 1999.

Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, Presented in Public Forum "The Privacy Crisis, II," The American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May, 1999.

Book Essay: Managed Care for The Perplexed, J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 47(3):921, 1999.

Frequency of Word Use as Indicator of Evolution of Psychoanalytic Thought , J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 46(4):577-581, 1998.

Analyst of the Patient or Agent of the State? (Book Review, The New Informants, Bollas & Sundelson), The American Psychoanalyst, 31:1:34, 1997.

Accurate Record on Confidentiality? (Reply to letter), The American Psychoanalyst, 29:3:21, 1995.

A Disturbing Trend: Defining Confidentiality Down, The American Psychoanalyst, 29:1:10, 1995.

Clemens NA, Mosher PW. Psychoanalysis: waning or waxing? JAMA. 1994 Dec 14;272(22):1721.

Editor, Title Key Word and Author Index to Psychoanalytic Journals (1920-1990), 2nd Edition, American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, 1991.

Book Review: Chaos by Gleick, J.; Bull. Assn. Psychoanal. Med. 29:95–96, 1990.

Editor, Title Key Word and Author Index to Psychoanalytic Journals (1920-1986), American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, 1987.

Earlier Publications

A "classic" article I wrote as a medical student:
Mosher P, John Ross J., McFate P.A, Shaw R.F. (1964)  Control of Coronary Blood Flow by an Autoregulatory Mechanism. Circulation Research 14:250-259.

Shaw RF, Mosher P, Ross J Jr, Joseph JI, Lee AS. Physiologic principles of coronary perfusion. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 44:608–616, 1962.

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