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Transactional Analysis articles by Dr. Karpman

Karpman, S. (1964). First step for alcoholics. Psychiatric Spectator. 1(12).

Karpman, S. (1965). Alcoholic 'instant group therapy.' Transactional Analysis Bulletin. 4(16), 74-75.

Karpman, S. (1966). Teaching TA in 'T' groups. Transactional Analysis Bulletin. 5(20), 184-185.

Karpman, S. (1968). Organizing two-day teaching groups. Transactional Analysis Bulletin. 7(25), 3-4.

Karpman, S. (1968). Fairy tales and script drama analysis. Transactional Analysis Bulletin, 7(26), 39-43.

Karpman, S. (1970). Parental scripting messages from female problem drinkers. Transactional Analysis Bulletin. 9(33), 13.

Karpman, S. (1971). Options. Transactional Analysis Journal, 1(1), 79-87. * *

Karpman, S. (1972) ABC's of hooking the reader's Child. Transactional Analysis Journal, 2(1)

Karpman, S. (1973). 1972 Eric Berne Memorial Scientific Award lecture. Transactional Analysis Journal, 3(1), 73-77.

Karpman, S. (1973) Fingograms. Transactional Analysis Journal, 3(4), 210-213

Karpman, S. (1974) Overlapping egograms. Transactional Analysis Journal, 4:4, 16-19

Karpman, S. (1975). The Loser's Loop. Transactional Analysis Journal. 5(1), 74-75.

Karpman, S. (1975). The Bias Box for competing psychotherapies. Transactional Analysis Journal, 5(2). 107-116.

Karpman, S. (1975). The Parent Percolator. Transactional Analysis Journal. 5(4), 365.

Karpman, S. (1975). Who's zoo on election day. Transactional Analysis Journal, 5(4), 396.

Karpman, S. (1976). Feeling rackets: Notes from State of the Art Winter Congress, January 1976. Transactional Analysis Journal, 6(3), 339-346

Karpman, S. (1979). The pastime formula and intimacy formula. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 1(1), 10.

Karpman, S. (1979). The Get Fired Loser's Loop. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 1(1), 18-19.

Karpman, S. (1979). The four horsemen at the pass. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 1(2), 28.

Karpman, S. (1979). Five trust contracts for couples. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 1(3), 26-27.

Karpman, S. (1979). H. Melts and the six fightmakers. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 1(4), 26-27.

Karpman, S. (1980). Feature star. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 2(1), 4.

Karpman, S. (1980). The annual Eric Berne Memorial Scientific Award acceptance speech for Options. Transactional Analysis Journal. 10(1), 2-4.

Karpman, S. (1980). Script adventure analysis. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 2(2), 15-18.

Karpman, S. (1980). 1981 Presidential message. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 2(4), 3.

Karpman, S. (1981). The politics of theory. Transactional Analysis Journal. 11(1), 68-76.

Karpman, S. (1981). A useful new game formula. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 3(1), 5-8.

Karpman, S. (1981). Psychological blocks to intimacy. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 3(2), 6-9.

Karpman, S. (1981). When needs and hurts talk fail. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 3(3), 7-8.

Karpman, S. (1981). Ten concepts in treating alcoholics with T.A. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 3(4), 6-9.

Karpman, S. (1981). The get-well-of-depression defrogging list. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 3(4), 16.

Karpman, S. (1984). Frustration and burnout. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 4(1), 7-11.

Karpman, S. (1985). Make your wildest dream come true. Bulletin of the Eric Berne Seminar. 5(2), 18-23.

Karpman, S. and Callaghan, Viola Litt (1985). Protection and nutritional nervosa. Transactional Analysis Journal. 15(2), 168-172.

Karpman, S. (1991). Notes on the transference papers: transference as a game. Transactional Analysis Journal. 21(3), 136-140.

Karpman, S. (1995). The scripting of a therapist. Transactional Analysis Journal. 25(1), 65.

Karpman, S. (2006). Lost in translation: neo-Bernean or neo-Freudian? Transactional Analysis Journal. 36(4), 284-302.

Karpman, S. (2009). Sex games people play: intimacy blocks, games, and scripts. Transactional Analysis Journal. 39(2), 103-116.

Karpman, S. (2010). Intimacy Analysis today: The Intimacy Scale and the Personality Pinwheel. 40(3-4), 224-42.