Selected Publications and Presentations
Horne, M. & Gallen, M., (1987). Anorexia nervosa: an object relations approach to primary treatment.
British Journal of Psychiatry, 151, 192-194.
Horne, M., (1996). Typology as the path to integrity.
The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 15, 59-64.
Horne M., (1998). How does the Transcendent function?
The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 17, 23-42.
Horne M., Sowa A., Isenman D., (2000). Philosophical assumptions in Freud, Jung and Bion: questions of causality.
Journal of Analytical Psychology. 45, 109-121.
Horne M., (2002). Aristotle’s ontogenesis: a theory of individuation which integrates the classical and developmental perspectives
Journal of Analytical Psychology. 47, 613-628.
Horne M., (2003). Opening space in space: insights from infant observation.
Proceedings of the 15th International Congress for Analytical Psychology, 100-105.
Horne M., (2004). The universe of our concerns: The human as person in the praxis of analysis.
Journal of Analytical Psychology. 49, 33-48
Horne M., (2005). Elephants painting: the self in contemporary conceptual art.
Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Horne M., (2007). There is no ‘truth’ outside a context: implications for the teaching of Analytical Psychology in the 21st century.
Journal of Analytical Psychology. 52, 127-142.
Horne M., (2008). Evil acts not evil people: their characteristics and contexts
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 53, 669–690.