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Little, M. (1951). Clinical Essay Prize. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 32:241.

(1951). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 32:241

Clinical Essay Prize

Margaret Little

Members and Associate Members of the International Psycho-Analytical Association are reminded that competitors for the Clinical Essay Prize must send in their work to the Hon. Secretary of the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 96 Gloucester Place, London, W.1, by March 31 of the year in which they wish to enter into the competition.

The conditions governing the competition are the following:—

A prize of (not exceeding) 30 guineas is offered.

Requirements for the Essay

The essay shall consist of a clinical record of a case investigated by psycho-analytical methods. It should illustrate clearly the events and changes in the mental life of the patient and their relation to external environment. In awarding the prize, the Judges will pay attention to acuity of observation and the clarity with which the facts are stated. If the writer wishes to draw theoretical conclusions, he must bear in mind the necessity of making the evidence for such conclusions carry conviction.

It is recommended that the length of the essay should not exceed twenty thousand words.

Date of Sending in Essays: Language: Format, etc.

Essays must be submitted on or before the thirty-first day of March in any year, in the English language. They must be typescript on quarto paper with ample left-hand margin. They must be in triplicate and be sent to the Hon. Secretary of the Institute. All copies of essays submitted become ipso facto the property of the Institute (or its successor) while it has the appointment of the Trustees for the Prize Fund.

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