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Grinstein, A. (1967). The Annual Survey of Psychoanalysis, Volume VIII: Edited by John Frosch and Nathaniel Ross. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1964. 371 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 36:601-603.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:601-603

The Annual Survey of Psychoanalysis, Volume VIII: Edited by John Frosch and Nathaniel Ross. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1964. 371 pp.

Review by:
Alexander Grinstein

In the series of Annual Surveys reviewed in This QUARTERLY, all reviewers have been highly commendatory with the exception of Roger C. Hendricks who raised questions as to the value of the Survey as such, the accuracy and value of specific condensations, and the general needs it filled for the analyst.

This volume, published in 1964, deals with the psychoanalytic material of the year 1957. It provides carefully prepared abstracts written without passing judgment on the merits of the particular articles. The abstracts, arranged under a number of headings, are skilfully integrated into a cohesive whole for each chapter. They are woven together in readable fashion with an introduction for each section and a conclusion which summarizes the trend for the year in that particular subject area. There is an excellent subject index.

Thirty-eight periodicals and ten books provided the source of psychoanalytic literature reviewed.

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