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Announcing a completely revamped Author Index

April 26, 2015

As promised, we are adding many new features this year.  Now, we are pleased to announce that we have completely redesigned the workings of the author index.  This index is now in place on PEP-Web, though we need your help to complete the transition. The author index now shows complete last and first names as published,… [ + ]

As promised, we are adding many new features this year.  Now, we are pleased to announce that we have completely redesigned the workings of the author index.  This index is now in place on PEP-Web, though we need your help to complete the transition.

The author index now shows complete last and first names as published, and middle initial, rather than showing last name and initials.  This means that the name, when you click on it, will produce a more specific list, separating authors who share the same last name and initials.  In other words, all the authors named “Smith, J.” will no longer appear as only one entry, and a combined publication list, if their names are, for example, John Smith and Joseph Smith.  Instead, they will appear as Smith, John and Smith, Joseph.

We also have a mechanism in place to consolidate names that were published in an inconsistent manner, which results in a single author’s list being split across multiple index entries.  If John Q. Smith has published with and without his middle initial, then both forms will appear in the index:  Smith, John  and Smith, John Q.  We now have a way to consolidate these easily, without changing the information on the article.  But when we see John Smith and John Q. Smith have published, it’s not always clear to us that it’s the same person.  So we are asking our users and more particularly, our authors, to help by reporting on a form the names that need to be consolidated or otherwise fixed.

To report a problem with the author index and indicate the fix, please click here!

Thanks for your help!

Announcing a new feature – Offline Reading!

April 21, 2015

Now subscribers can download PEP-Web articles to read later, even when not connected to the Internet.  There are two download formats available: PDF and ePub, each with an easy and convenient download button, which you can find on our toolbar (next to the print icon) at the top of an article. When you click either of these… [ + ]

Now subscribers can download PEP-Web articles to read later, even when not connected to the Internet.  There are two download formats available: PDF and ePub, each with an easy and convenient download button, which you can find on our toolbar (next to the print icon) at the top of an article.

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When you click either of these buttons, the article you are reading is automatically downloaded to your device so that you can read the article even when you are not connected to the Internet.  You don’t need to download both…download whichever best meets your needs.  Below we explain the advantages of each format.

Download PDF:  The new PDF feature is oriented toward on-screen reading.  In this case, the PDFs are reproduced a single page per output page, to look more like a journal page, and to make the text less wide and less dense and easy to read electronically (rather than printed). The PDF bookmarks feature is utilized to provide a Table of Contents (table of section headings).  Links are active, and take you to the associated section of the document for within-document jumps, and to PEP-Web for links to other PEP-Web articles (for links to PEP-Web, it requires that you are online).  PDF works on all size devices, but since line length does not change to accommodate screen size, you may have to scroll left and right to read lines, or zoom in and out, depending on your device screen size.

Download EPub:  ePub is a standard book reader format which is reflowable, which is to say it allows more flexibility in page layout.  The ePub format is ideal for reading on phones and smaller devices.  You need to have a eBook reader app to read ePub format (and many phones and tablets come with one standard).  The real benefit over PDF is that the text wraps to fit your device perfectly. Depending on what reader you use, the fonts are also scalable, so that text is at a comfortable size for reading.  On some devices, you can even set it to display multiple columns of text.  Where possible, a Table of Contents is provided using the section headings. Links are active, and take you to the associated section of the document for within-document jumps, and to PEP-Web for links to other PEP-Web articles (for links to PEP-Web, it requires that you are online).

Notes: 

1) On some devices, the downloaded file will open automatically in the associated application after it’s finished.

2) PEP-Web doesn’t have all the original journal’s font information and styling–all journals are displayed in PEP’s standardized styling).  Because of this, pages sometimes contain more text than the page size allows, and a single page may flow onto a second page.  Since the intent here is primarily onscreen reading while offline, we hope this won’t be an inconvenience.

Announcing a new journal: IJP en español

April 19, 2015

It is with huge pleasure that we announce the launch of the Spanish online version of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis – IJP en español (IJP-es). As the third most spoken language in the world, Spanish is also one of the most important IPA languages. We believe that making the IJP more accessible to Spanish speakers is crucial… [ + ]

It is with huge pleasure that we announce the launch of the Spanish online version of the International Journal of PsychoanalysisIJP en español (IJP-es). As the third most spoken language in the world, Spanish is also one of the most important IPA languages. We believe that making the IJP more accessible to Spanish speakers is crucial to promoting the interchange between Anglophone and Spanish speaking psychoanalysts, and a significant step in further opening up the IJP to non-English speaking psychoanalysts.

IJP en español  is a Spanish translation of the entire International Journal, excluding book reviews. Issues of IJP en español will appear on PEP approximately two months following the publication of the International Journal, bimonthly – April (Number 1), June (Number 2), August (Number 3), October (Number 4), December (Number 5), February (Number 6).

Along with the IJP Annuals and IJP Open we hope that IJP en español will help further international connections.

What’s New!

February 19, 2015

As promised, we are going to be adding new features to PEP throughout 2015. Today we rolled out a new feature to the IJPOpen Table of Contents where you can change the default presentation order from Section (category) based, to sort instead by the Most Recent articles first, or the articles with the Most Recent… [ + ]

As promised, we are going to be adding new features to PEP throughout 2015.

Today we rolled out a new feature to the IJPOpen Table of Contents where you can change the default presentation order from Section (category) based, to sort instead by the Most Recent articles first, or the articles with the Most Recent Comments first.  Since IJPOpen is generally updated weekly and comments can be added any time, this will make it very easy to see what’s new!

Just use the “Sort By” pull down menu in the gray information area above the journal to select the sort order.  The sort order is retained for the current session or until you change it again.

 

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Of course, don’t forget you can also keep up with what’s new by signing up for New Article Alerts and New Comments Alerts!

  • New Article Alerts: IJPOpen subscribers receive automatic email alerts whenever new articles are added.
  • New Comments Alerts: To receive an email alert whenever a paper gets a new comment, click on the paper, scroll to the bottom of the page (at the end of the comments) and click “Subscribe”.

New Article Alerts can also be set up so you can be notified of PEP Journal updates as well.

And lastly, don’t forget to check the What’s New section of the PEP Tab for general information on what journal issues have been added most recently.

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Announcing the PEP-Web 2015 Release!

January 16, 2015

We have great things in store for you this year!  There are lots of exciting new features planned, and rather than our traditional schedule of a data release in January, and a midyear “all-at-once” feature release, we will be starting a new continuous improvement schedule, where we will be adding new features throughout the year. First,… [ + ]

We have great things in store for you this year!  There are lots of exciting new features planned, and rather than our traditional schedule of a data release in January, and a midyear “all-at-once” feature release, we will be starting a new continuous improvement schedule, where we will be adding new features throughout the year.

First, let’s start by announcing the new content that’s been added to PEP-Web for 2015.

  • Two new journals:
    • Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse (1964 – current)
    • DIVISION/Review (2011 – current)
    • And a PEP Exclusive:
      • International Journal of Psychoanalysis en Espanol (new, first issue coming in March 2015)
  • Full text access to another year of current data
    • 2011 issues now available for most PEP journals (most have a 3 year publication embargo)
    • 2009 issues now available for American Imago and Psyche (these have a 5 year publication embargo)
  • New Videos Added (we add these as they become available)
    • The first of the 2013 PEP Grant videos, “Black Psychoanalysts Speak” debuted in December

This new version of PEP-Web contains the complete text and illustrations of 58 premier journals in psychoanalysis, 96 classic psychoanalytic books, and the full text and Editorial notes of the 24 volumes of the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud as well as the 19 volume German Freud Standard Edition Gesammelte Werke.  It spans over 144 publication years and contains the full text of articles whose source ranges from 1871 through 2015. There are over 97 thousand articles and over 13 thousand figures and illustrations that originally resided on 1956 volumes with over 892 thousand printed pages. In hard copy, the PEP Archive represents a stack of paper more than 292 feet high and weighing over 4.0 tons!

A Sample of the New Features and Upgrades in this version and planned in the coming weeks:

  • New Video Tab Design: We are making the video navigation better, with an easy to access integrated list of videos from all the videostreams, and a new bibliographic style view.
  • New Offsite Articles Feature:  You will soon notice a new source option on the search form “Articles of Interest on the Web”.  When you do a search, the results may include hand picked articles that aren’t available on PEP-Web.  Selecting one of these articles from the results will open a window with the external website loaded at the point of access or purchase of the article.
  • New Tip feature: Soon there will be a tip of the day feature to help you learn and use PEP-Web more efficiently.
  • Tutorials: We are working on new tutorials to help you use PEP-Web more effectively.
  • New “slide up” Freud SE/GW translations:  Rather than the current popups, hovering now allows the translation to slide up from the bottom of the screen, which makes it easier to select text and copy/paste from these documents.  Also, we have a new option to turn off the translation feature when you are not interested in seeing the translations.
  • Improved print formatting:  Print formatting has been improved, and the coming offline features will offer additional ways to obtain a more traditional printed copy.
  • Improved author index: The index will using full author first and last name to make it more precise when you select an author to view.
  • A new sorting option for articles in IJP Open:  Makes it easy to browse the newest articles.
  • Offline viewing options: we are working on several new ways to read PEP-Web articles when you are offline!
  • Better support for mobile devices: Better formatting and support for Touch Icons so you can save an icon on your mobile device desktop with the beautiful new PEP Logo and jump right to PEP from your home screen.  Also we will be working to improve formatting and display on mobile devices.

The PEP Archive is available 24×7 from any location. We support Open-URL and a number of authentication standards, making it easy to integrate into your own on-line library resources (see PEP Help for more info).

First film available to watch from the 2013 PEP video grants!

December 8, 2014

PEP is pleased to announce that the first film from our 2013 video grants is now available for viewing on PEP Web, ‘Black Psychoanalysts Speak': http://www.pep-web.org/document.php?id=pepgrantvs.001.0001a

New Feature: Email Alerts for New Content!

July 17, 2014

You can now sign up to be automatically notified by email whenever new content is added to PEP-Web.  Just click here and provide the email address where you want alerts to be sent, and select the content for which you’d like alerts.  We’ll send an email listing the new articles that were added…and provide direct… [ + ]

You can now sign up to be automatically notified by email whenever new content is added to PEP-Web.  Just click here and provide the email address where you want alerts to be sent, and select the content for which you’d like alerts.  We’ll send an email listing the new articles that were added…and provide direct links to them as well!

IJP Open subscribers are automatically signed up for new article alerts for IJP Open.  You can click here to turn off or otherwise change your alerts (e.g., to add alerts for other PEP-Web articles).

Besides the link in this post, you can always look under “What’s New “on the PEP tab to link to the PEP-Web Alerts subscription page, where you can add to or remove your subscriptions.

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Automatic Translation of Articles

July 1, 2013

If you are using Google Chrome as your browser, you can have articles automatically translated to your language by right clicking and selecting “Translate to …”.

You must have this feature enabled…see here for instructions.

We are considering adding support for Google translate in other browsers in a future edition of PEP-Web.

PEP now has a Facebook fan page!

January 13, 2013

PEP now has a Facebook fan page! Visit to show your support or post your comments and feedback on our wall.

How to Use PEP-WEB

January 1, 2011

Click on the Journals or Books Tab on the left for a full list of the PEP-WEB content. Browsing by Journal and Volume. Click on the Journal tab to the left. You will see a complete list of journals available. Next, click on the journal you want to browse, and you’ll see a list of volumes and corresponding years for… [ + ]

Click on the Journals or Books Tab on the left for a full list of the PEP-WEB content.

Browsing by Journal and Volume. Click on the Journal tab to the left. You will see a complete list of journals available. Next, click on the journal you want to browse, and you’ll see a list of volumes and corresponding years for that journal. Lastly, click on the volume, and you’ll get a complete Table of Contents for that volume. Click on the article to read that article. While reading the article, you will be in the Document Tab and the left browsing list will not be shown. To get back to the browsing mode, click the Contents Tab at the top

Browsing Books. Click on the Books Tab to the left. You will see a complete list of books available. Next, click on the book you want to access, and it will open in the main Document Tab. If you are not a subscriber, or you are not logged in, you will only see the very beginning of the book. To get back to the browsing mode, click the Home Tab at the top.

Searching. The Search Tab on the left can be used to search the FULL TEXT of all the content on PEP-WEB, including both PEP Archive and PEP Current Content (2010 and newer). The search is FREE: you don’t need to login to search or read abstracts and summaries of books and articles, or the first few paragraphs when an abstract isn’t available.

Help! To get more detailed help, click “Help” at the bottom of the PEP-WEB window. (Note that the help pages are currently being updated and may not reflect the most recent look of PEP-WEB.)

What can I Access?

Everyone can search and browse. Everyone has access to the tables of contents, the abstracts (or first few paragraphs if there isn’t an abstract). In other words, if you don’t have a subscription, you can browse and perform full text search of the entire archive, but only the abstracts or first 1000 characters or so of the article will be accessible.

PEP Archive subscribers can view the complete text of journal volumes through 2009 (as available) and all books. To view the complete text of the articles, you must be logged in. If you see “Logout” to the left of the Home Tab then the system has recognized and authenticated your rights. If you see the text “Login”, click it to authenticate or for further information as to how to sign in.

24 hour pass available. If you are not yet a subscriber but need instant access, PEP now offers a low cost 24 hour pass to all the journals in the archive (through 2009). Note that this does not include access to the books. Please see: http://www.p-e-p.org/24_hour.htm.

PEP Current Content (2010 – present) is always searchable, but access is limited. If you are a PEP Archivesubscriber only, you will not be able to read articles after 2009, which are part of PEP Current Content. The PEP Archive contains books and articles through the end of 2009. Current Content volumes are those afterwards. Click here for more information on PEP Current Content.

PEP gratefully acknowledges

January 1, 2010

Psyche and Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse appear thanks to Matthias von der Tann and TROUT whose mission is to broaden access to the German psychoanalytic literature by making it available on PEP-Web. Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud was published in 24 volumes in the UK from 1950 onwards by the Institute of Psycho-Analysis… [ + ]

Psyche and Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse appear thanks to Matthias von der Tann and TROUT whose mission is to broaden access to the German psychoanalytic literature by making it available on PEP-Web.

Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud was published in 24 volumes in the UK from 1950 onwards by the Institute of Psycho-Analysis and Hogarth Press.

The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review articles appear in this PEP Archive courtesy of grants from the Nordic Council for Scientific Information and Bertil Wennborg Foundation.

We would like to acknowledge the heirs of C.G. Jung for allowing us to publish his correspondences with Freud. This and the other classic books are also available from their original publishers in printed format. For more information about printed versions of the Jung-Freud Correspondences, refer to these websites http://pup.princeton.edu/ and http://www.brunner-routledge.co.uk/

Copyright

January 1, 2010

The works in the PEP archive appear with the permission of the copyright holders and are copyright to them. Works may only be reproduced or further disseminated in strict accordance with PEP’s terms and conditions and within the framework of international copyright law. Further information on copyright appears at http://www.p-e-p.org/copyright.htm and PEP’s terms and conditions at http://www.p-e-p.org/terms_conditions.htm

$100,000 available for PEP Video Grants in 2014

April 7, 2014

PEP has announced another round of grants to fund the creation of video content for PEP Web’s Videostream platform. Project proposals are now being sought for the 5 grants of up to $20,000 each.  The new films will provide an opportunity to reflect on, or deepen and explicate core psychoanalytic work. More information about the grants can… [ + ]

PEP has announced another round of grants to fund the creation of video content for PEP Web’s Videostream platform. Project proposals are now being sought for the 5 grants of up to $20,000 each.  The new films will provide an opportunity to reflect on, or deepen and explicate core psychoanalytic work.

More information about the grants can be found here, including details about the successful projects from 2013.

The application page for the 2014 grants is hereThe closing date is October 31st 2014. 

PEP-Web Tip: What’s New?

February 28, 2014

The “What’s new” section on the left side of PEP-Web shows the latest additions to PEP-Web.  New data is added, as available, towards the end of every week (late Thursday or Friday). So, for example, this week we’ve added: Brit. J. Psychother., Vol 29, 2013, Issues 1-4 and Vol 30, 2014, Issue 1. [see Note 1]see [… [ + ]

The “What’s new” section on the left side of PEP-Web shows the latest additions to PEP-Web.  New data is added, as available, towards the end of every week (late Thursday or Friday).

So, for example, this week we’ve added:

  • Brit. J. Psychother., Vol 29, 2013, Issues 1-4 and Vol 30, 2014, Issue 1. [see Note 1] [see Note 2]
  • J. Anal. Psychol., Vol 82, 2013, Issues 1 and 2. [see Note 1]
  • Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Vol 14, 2014, Issue 1. [see Note 1]
  • IJP Open – four new articles added [complete text available]

as well as a few added last Friday after the update:

  • Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol. Vol 8, 2013, Issue 4 [see Note 1]
  • Psychoanal. Soc. Work Vol 20, 2013, Issue 2 [see Note 1]

[Note 1].  Since these are current content, due to contractual restrictions, only tables of contents and abstracts are available.

[Note 2].  To make sure as much as possible is covered, what’s new will only show the last new issue of any particular journal (so even if there’s more than one issue that arrives, you’ll only see the last.)

Announcing PEP Web Version 14!

January 29, 2014

New PEP-Web Release!  Version 14 (for 2014) adds significant features and data!  This new version of PEP-Web contains the complete text and illustrations of 56 premier journals in psychoanalysis, 96 classic psychoanalytic books, and the full text and Editorial notes of the 24 volumes of the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud as well as the 19 volume German Freud Standard Edition… [ + ]

New PEP-Web Release!  Version 14 (for 2014) adds significant features and data!  This new version of PEP-Web contains the complete text and illustrations of 56 premier journals in psychoanalysis, 96 classic psychoanalytic books, and the full text and Editorial notes of the 24 volumes of the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud as well as the 19 volume German Freud Standard Edition Gesammelte Werke.  It spans over 143 publication years and contains the full text of articles whose source ranges from 1871 through 2014. There are over 94 thousand articles and 12 thousand figures and illustrations that originally resided on over 1800 volumes with over 850 thousand printed pages. In hard copy, the PEP Archive represents a stack of paper more than 279 feet high and weighing over 3.8 tons!

The PEP Archive is available 24×7 from any location. We support Open-URL and a number of authentication standards, making it easy to integrate into your own on-line library resources (see PEP Help for more info).

Announcing PEP Web Version 13

September 23, 2013

The PEP Web Archive contains the complete text and illustrations of 51 premier journals in psychoanalysis, 96 classic psychoanalytic books, and the full text and Editorial notes of the 24 volumes of the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud as well as the 18 volume German Freud Standard Edition Gesammelte Werke.  It spans over 142 publication years and contains… [ + ]

The PEP Web Archive contains the complete text and illustrations of 51 premier journals in psychoanalysis, 96 classic psychoanalytic books, and the full text and Editorial notes of the 24 volumes of the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud as well as the 18 volume German Freud Standard Edition Gesammelte Werke.  It spans over 142 publication years and contains the full text of articles whose source ranges from 1871 through 2013. There are over 90 thousand articles and over 11 thousand figures and illustrations that originally resided on over 1720 volumes with over 880 thousand printed pages. In hard copy, the PEP Archive represents a stack of paper more than 260 feet high and weighing over 3.6 tons!

The PEP Archive is available 24×7 from any location. We support Open-URL and a number of authentication standards, making it easy to integrate into your own on-line library resources (see PEP Librarian Supplemental Info).   See what’s new below!

PEP Journal Collage

New Feature – Video now available on PEP-Web

July 17, 2013

We have now added video capabilities to PEP-Web, and have also added the first batch of videos!  We treat videos like articles, and organize them into videostreams, which are like video journals.  Best of all, the dialog for each video is transcribed, so the full text of each video can be searched just like any… [ + ]

We have now added video capabilities to PEP-Web, and have also added the first batch of videos!  We treat videos like articles, and organize them into videostreams, which are like video journals.  Best of all, the dialog for each video is transcribed, so the full text of each video can be searched just like any other article on PEP-Web, and you can access any point of the video by selecting the corresponding text in the video widget.

The initial release of the PEP Videostream is very limited in content.  The platform is now in place, however, and we will be looking to bring together and preserve all existing audio visual material of interest and relevance to psychoanalytic thinking, practice and research, as well as to encourage the creation of new material.  As a result, we expect the available material to grow rapidly and for the video archive to become a valuable resource for research, study and teaching.  You can read the entire press release for PEP’s new video feature here, and find out more about contributing videos. There is $100,000 dollars available for grants to make videos about Psychoanalytic Practice and Thinking!

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Announcing PEP Archive 1 Version 12 (1871-2009)

January 14, 2013

New Release! The A1v12 release adds significant new data and a few features! Three New Journals!   Ετήσια ελληνική έκδοση Feb 2013 Update: Archive Subscribers have full access to current content of this journal Couple and Family Psychoanalysis Organizational and Social Dynamics Full-text for 2009 Volumes is Now Available for Most Journals!   Journals now Include the 2009… [ + ]

New Release! The A1v12 release adds significant new data and a few features!

  • Three New Journals!  
    • Ετήσια ελληνική έκδοση
      • Feb 2013 Update: Archive Subscribers have full access to current content of this journal
    • Couple and Family Psychoanalysis
    • Organizational and Social Dynamics
  • Full-text for 2009 Volumes is Now Available for Most Journals!  
    • Journals now Include the 2009 volume when available
    • American Imago now includes 2007
  • Twenty-seven New Books!  
    • Abram, J. (2007) The Language of Winnicott: A Dictionary of Winnicott’s Use of Words
    • Bodtker, J.S. (1990). Beyond Words: Interpretive Art Therapy.
    • Glover, N. (2009). Psychoanalytic Aesthetics: An Introduction to the British School.
    • Harris, M. (1975). Thinking About Infants and Young Children.
    • Harris, M. (1999). Emily Dickinson in Time: Experience and its Analysis in Progressive Verbal Form.
    • Harris, M. (2007). Your Teenager: Thinking About Your Child During the Secondary School Years.
    • Harris, M. and Bick, E. (2011). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training.
    • Jain, N. (1999). The Mind’s Extensive View: Samuel Johnson on Poetic Language.
    • Meltzer, D. (1967). The Psycho-Analytical Process.
    • Meltzer, D. (1973). Sexual States of Mind.
    • Meltzer, D. (1978). The Kleinian Development.
    • Meltzer, D. (1983). Dream-Life: A Re-Examination of the Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique.
    • Meltzer, D. (1986). Studies in Extended Metapsychology: Clinical Applications of Bion’s Ideas.
    • Meltzer, D. (1990). The Claustrum: An Investigation of Claustrophobic Phenomena.
    • Meltzer, D. and Harris, M. (2011). Adolescence: Talks and Papers. Adolescence: Talks and Papers. (Edited by M. H. Williams.)
    • Meltzer, D. and Williams, M.H. (1988). The Apprehension of Beauty: The Role of Aesthetic Conflict in Development, Art, and violence
    • Meltzer, D., Bremner, J., Hoxter, S., Wedell, D., and Wittenberg, I. (1975). Explorations in Autism: A Psycho-Analytical Study.
    • Money-Kyrle, R.E. (D. Meltzer Ed.) (1978). The Collected Papers of Roger Money-Kyrle.
    • Negri, R. (1994). The Newborn in the Intensive Care Unit: A Neuropsychoanalytic Prevention Model.
    • Negri, R. and Harris, M. (2007). The Story of Infant Development: Observational Work with Martha Harris.
    • Piontelli, A. (1985). Backwards in Time: A Study in Infant Observation by the Method of Esther Bick.
    • Sanders, K. (1986). A Matter of Interest: Clinical Notes of a Psycho-Analyst in General Practice.
    • Sanders, K. (1999). Nine Lives: The Emotional Experience in General Practice.
    • Williams, M.H. (1987). A Strange Way of Killing: The Poetic Structure of Wuthering Heights.
    • Williams, M.H. (2005). The Vale of Soulmaking: The Post-Kleinian Model of the Mind and its Poetic Origins.
    • Williams, M.H. (2010). The Aesthetic Development: The Poetic Spirit of Psychoanalysis: Essays on Bion, Meltzer, Keats.
    • Williams, M.H., Waddell, M. (1991). The Chamber of Maiden Thought: Literary Origins of the Psychoanalytic Model of the Psychoanalytic Model of the Mind.
  • Feature Additions!  
    • OpenAthens and Shibboleth Support PEP now uses the more modern OpenAthens and Shibboleth protocols as one form of authentication
    • More Links to Publishers. For current articles only available as abstracts on PEP, we now support special direct links to the publishers where you can purchase subscriptions and reprints.
    • We have many exciting features coming in interim releases this year!

 

Having problems with the tabs?

January 12, 2011

Issues? If you are having difficulty clicking on the tabs on the left (e.g., it’s taking you to p-e-p.org), it is likely because the site has changed significantly since you last visited. You need to do a “hard refresh” on the page. Sometimes that is Ctrl-F5; on the Mac in Safari hold shift while clicking… [ + ]

Issues? If you are having difficulty clicking on the tabs on the left (e.g., it’s taking you to p-e-p.org), it is likely because the site has changed significantly since you last visited. You need to do a “hard refresh” on the page. Sometimes that is Ctrl-F5; on the Mac in Safari hold shift while clicking the reload button. For info on how to do a hard refresh to bypass your cache, see this Wikipedia article.

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