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Hayley, T. (1984). Editorial. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 11:1-1.

(1984). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 11:1-1

Editorial

Tom Hayley

We usually publish the main Congress papers in Parts 1 and 2 of the Journal in the year following the Congress. The nature of the theme of the Madrid Congress—'The Psychoanalyst at Work'—has rendered it difficult to publish some papers for reasons of confidentiality. We, therefore, regret that the papers presented by Mrs Anne-Marie Sandler, Dr Scott Dowling, Dr Samuel Ritvo and Dra Myrta Casas de Pereda will not be published.

1984 sees the launching of two schemes which we hope will extend the international character of our two journals. Both schemes were initiated at the Madrid Congress and concern the formation of an Editorial Board for Latin America and an Editorial Board for Europe. The details of these two Boards with names of members and of the Editor for Latin America and the Editor for Europe will be found on the first pages of this volume.

The purpose of the Latin American Board is to help Latin American authors to write papers for the International Journal/Review of Psycho-Analysis. One of the difficulties has been that we have up to now asked for papers to be submitted in English. Translation is expensive and not always well done and this may have militated against the receipt of good papers from Latin America. It is now possible for residents in Latin America to submit papers written in Spanish or Portuguese to the Editor for Latin America. After calling for reports from readers, who may be members of the Latin American Board or others, the Editor for Latin America will decide whether a vernacular paper is of such a standard as to be recommended for possible publication.

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