Dr. Marshall was awarded the 2012 Gradiva Award by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis for authoring, "On Mirroring, Fractals, Chaos and Psychoanalysis."


  • Marshall, R. J. (1958). Variations in self-concept and concept of others as a function of peer

     group appraisals. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo)


  • Marshall, R.J. (1960). Field testing program in Clinical Psychology. U.S. Armed Forces Medical

     Journal. 11:1124-1132.


  • Marshall, R. J. & Rapaport, G. (1962). The prediction of rehabilitative potential of stockade prisoners

      using clinical psychological tests. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 18:444-446.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1965). A guide toward establishing patient government. Mental Hygiene 49:230-237.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1968) Stages in the Development of a Patient Government. Psychiatric Quarterly

     Supplement. 42:303-316, Part 2.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1972). The treatment of resistances in psychotherapy of children and adolescents.

     Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 9:143-148.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1974). Meeting the resistances of delinquents. Psychoanalytic Review. 61:295-304.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1976). “Joining techniques” in the handing of resistance and negative counter-transference in the treatment of children and adolescents. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 30:73-84.


  • Marshall, R. J. (1979). The treatment of antisocial youth. In Noshpitz, J. (ed): The Basic Handbook of Child Psychiatry. New York: Basic Books.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1979). Countertransference with children and adolescents. In Epstein, L. & Feiner, A. (eds). Countertransference: The Therapist’s Contribution to the Therapeutic Situation. New York: Aronson.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1980). The rise and fall of a milieu therapy program for delinquent boys. Child Care Administration. 1: 265-276.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1983). Resistant Interactions: Child, Family, and Psychotherapist. New York: Human Sciences Press. Paperback edition,  Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1997. Translated into Japanese.  


  • Marshall, R.J. (1983). A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Diagnosis and Development of Juvenile Delinquents. In Personality Theory, Moral Development, and Criminal Behavior. Eds. W.S. Laufer & J.M. Day. Lexington Books D.C. Heath: Lexington MA.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1988). Selecting editors of Division 39 publications. Psychologist Psychoanalyst. 8:26.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1991). On the joy of conducting psychoanalysis: The jest propelled couch. In Just Say Everything: A Festschrift in Honor of Hyman Spotnitz. S. Scheftel (ed.) New York: Association for Modern Psychoanalysis.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1991). Comparisons, Contrasts, and Convergences.  Modern Psychoanalysis, 16:25-34.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1993). Perspectives on supervision: Tea or supervision. Modern Psychoanalysis. 18:45-58.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1994). The history of the Publications Committee. In a History of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association. (Eds.) R. C. Lane and M. Meisels. 61-69. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1995). Pinel: The First Psychoanalyst? Modern Psychoanalysis, 20:175-182.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1997). A dynamic and structural model of the triad in supervision. Modern Psychoanalysis. 22:41-57.


  • Marshall, R.J. (1998). The interactional triad in supervision. In Psychodynamic supervision: Perspectives of the supervisor and the supervisee. (Ed.) M.H. Rock. Northvale NJ: Jason Aronson.


  • Marshall, R. J. (1998). Hyman Spotnitz and Heinz Kohut: Convergences and Contrasts. Modern Psychoanalysis 23:183-196.


  • Marshall, R. J. (1999). The use of symbols and metaphors in psychoanalysis. Modern Psychoanalysis. 24:45-51.


  • Marshall, R. J. (1999). Facilitating cooperation and creativity in group supervision. Modern Psychoanalysis. 24:181-186.


  • Marshall, R. J. (1999). The unwanted and forgotten child with the tender and compassionate psychoanalyst.  National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, WAAP News. 22:1-4.


  • Marshall, R. J. (2000). Hyman Spotnitz and Sandor Ferenczi: Psychoanalysts of Passion. Modern Psychoanalysis.  25:53-90.


  • Marshall, R.J. (2003). The use of the group therapist’s personality via the countertransferences. Group 27:63-76.


  • Marshall, R.J. (2006). Suppose there were no mirrors. Converging concepts of mirroring. Modern Psychoanalysis. 31:289-312.


  • Marshall, R.J. (2008). Hyman Spotnitz: Recollections. Modern Psychoanalysis. 33B:23-39.


  • Marshall, R.J. (2011). On mirroring, fractals, and psychoanalysis. Modern Psychoanalyis. 36:52-94.


  • Marshall, R. J. (2015). The influence of Hungarian psychoanalysts on Hyman Spotnitz and modern psychoanalysis. Modern Psychoanalysis. (40:1-35).


  • Marshall, R. J. (2017).  Synchrony: A Unifying Concept. Modern Psychoanalysis. In press.


  • Marshall, R. J. (2017). A Parisianne's Passage Through An American Psychoanalytic World. In preparation for Psychoanalytic Inquiry.


  • Marshall, R. J. (2017).  Improvisational Play for a Psychoanalysis-Jazz Pianist. In preparation for Psychoanalytic Inquiry.