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Richards, A. Tyson, P. (1996). Acknowledgments. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 44S(Supplement):ix.

(1996). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 44S(Supplement):ix

Acknowledgments

Arnold Richards and Phyllis Tyson

In 1994 a call went out in JAPA and in The American Psychoanalyst (newsletter of the American Psychoanalytic Association) for submissions to this JAPA supplement on the psychology of women. In response we received forty-five papers. Each of these was juried by members of the JAPA editorial board and, where appropriate, by outside readers. The selection process was often a difficult one, and in the end, twenty one papers were accepted. Many of the papers not selected were returned to their authors with suggestions for revision, and we expect that many of these contributions may eventually appear in JAPA or in other journals. We recognize that not having a paper accepted can sometimes be painful, but we are at least pleased that this project may ultimately have an impact extending beyond the pages of this supplement. We are grateful to all those who submitted papers, and to the many readers who participated in the review process, and especially to the authors who worked with us to revise their manuscripts for final publication. We are also grateful to Martin Azarian for his willingness to support publication of this supplement, and to Margaret Emery for her tireless efforts to coordinate the production of this volume. Also our thanks to Irene Guttman for willing, timely, and helpful editing of the manuscripts; to Andrea delConte, Paula Osheroff, and Lawrence Schwartz, our secretaries, who, among other things, coordinated what at times seemed an impossible cross country effort of processing papers. Without their help, the publication of the supplement would have been impossible.

We are aware that the downside of a volume of juried rather than invited papers is that important contributors to the field who chose not to submit papers are not represented. However, we hope some of these colleagues will be stimulated by this volume to submit manuscripts to JAPA for publication in future issues. We also encourage readers to use this letters section of JAPA to comment on the papers and the issues they raise. In that way this supplement, instead of being the last word on the subject of the psychology of women, will be a stimulus to further thought.

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