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Shapiro, T. (1994). Psychoanalytic Facts: From the Editor's Desk. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 75:1225-1232.

(1994). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 75:1225-1232

Psychoanalytic Facts: From the Editor's Desk

Theodore Shapiro


The editor's vantage-point adds additional requirements to our concept of a psychoanalytic fact. The data of the psychoanalytic experience must pass peer review and enlist the conviction of the editors that what is asserted holds up to the general conceptions of truth within the context of the profession. Issues that converge on this process are reviewed, including how analysts report data, the context of discovery, and the adequacy of the written report as a convincing new contribution. Recent developments in the United States that bear on these matters are reviewed.

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