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(1983). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 52:155.

(1983). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 52:155


We are pleased to welcome three new members to our Editorial Board: Dr. Samuel Abrams of New York City, Dr. David M. Sachs of Philadelphia, and Dr. Emmett Wilson, Jr., of Princeton.

We also take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude to two of our Editors who have retired from our Board: Dr. David Beres, a member of our Editorial Board since 1960, and Dr. Joan B. Erle, who joined the Board in 1971. The Quarterly's existence depends in large measure on the dedicated members of its Editorial Board, on which Dr. Beres and Dr. Erle served with great distinction.

In addition, we wish to thank several colleagues other than our Editors who graciously agreed to read a number of papers submitted to us during the past year. Invaluable assistance was rendered to The Quarterly by: Dr. Adrienne Applegarth, Dr. Leon Balter, Dr. Richard M. Greenberg, Dr. Laurence B. Hall, Dr. Richard A. Isay, Dr. Theodore J. Jacobs, Dr. Richard G. Kopff, Jr., Dr. Yale Kramer, Dr. Wayne A. Myers, Dr. Edward Nersessian, Dr. Arnold D. Richards, Mme. Janice de Saussure, Dr. Albert M. Sax, and Dr. Sherwood Waldron, Jr.

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