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Sandler, J. (1978). Editorial. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 59:411-411.

(1978). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 59:411-411


Joseph Sandler

The task of editing the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis is not an easy one and, wisely, the period that the editor may serve is limited to ten years. This issue of the Journal marks the end of that term, and as Editor I want to record my gratitude and indebtedness to my editorial colleagues. Bob Wallerstein has laboured long and hard as Editor (North America) and his unique combination of industry and brilliance has been invaluable. Masud Khan (who has at the same time) been Editor of the International Psycho-Analytical Library) has been a source of help over the years, as well as a stimulating critic. I also want to note the support given to me by the Assistant Editors, and the skill and patience of both Albert Dickson and Ninon Leader, who were responsible for the preparation of (often extremely difficult) manuscripts for the printer. Irene Auletta, Executive Secretary of the International Psycho-Analytical Association, has consistently and skilfully kept relations between the Journal and successive Programme Committees of the I.P.A. cordial.

Perhaps the most exciting achievement of the Journal in the past few years has been the founding of the International Review of Psycho-Analysis. First appearing in 1974, the Review has established itself as a psychoanalytic journal of the first rank, and has been a source of great gratification. Although it is a sister journal to the International Journal, it has acquired a distinct character of its own.

I am extremely happy (and the Journal fortunate) that my successor in the editorial chair is to be T. T. S. Hayley. A training analyst and a past chairman of the Council of the British Society and the Board of the Institute, he is both a skilful administrator and of wide psychoanalytic experience. Coming to psycho-analysis from social anthropology, Tom Hayley brings to the Journal and the Review a deep interest in applied as well as pure psycho-analysis, and I wish him every success.

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