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(1984). Errata. Contemp. Psychoanal., 20:471-472.

(1984). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 20:471-472


Dr. Mendelson (see above, and 20:196–204) is indeed correct. The dynamics of the publishing process, from manuscript to printed page, are still strange and mysterious to us, despite our having been involved for several years. It is true that Dr. Levenson (20:174–189) changed the word "recanted" to "repudiated." Somehow this was misread by the typesetter, or those alien gremlins who managed to find their way into the machine so that what was intended as "repudiated" came out "repredicted." To cap it all, the error was not picked up in the proof reading.

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