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Kuchenbuch, A. (1992). Jahrbuch Der Psychoanalyse. Beiträge Zur Theorie Und Praxis: Band 23. (Yearbook of Psychoanalysis. Contributions to Theory and Practice. Vol. 23.) Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, 1988. 304 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 61:127-133.

(1992). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 61:127-133

Jahrbuch Der Psychoanalyse. Beiträge Zur Theorie Und Praxis: Band 23. (Yearbook of Psychoanalysis. Contributions to Theory and Practice. Vol. 23.) Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, 1988. 304 pp.

Review by:
Albrecht Kuchenbuch

Since its foundation in 1960 the Jahrbuch has served as a kind of official periodical for the German Psychoanalytical Association. It was started ten years after the foundation of the new German Association. In the first years of its existence this had been too small a group to support a periodical of its own, but then it became appropriate for the Association to have a publication which could be associated with it more closely than Psyche, which for years had provided an overall view of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Psyche never did become an "official" journal of the German Association, although it has often been taken for that.

The title of the new periodical was chosen to link it with the tradition of the Jahrbuch für psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen, which was the first psychoanalytic periodical, starting in 1909, founded by Freud and edited by C. G. Jung. It was discontinued during World War I, after which the Internationale Zeitschrift and Imago took over as the main psychoanalytic periodicals for the German speaking and reading psychoanalytic community. The new Jahrbuch had the same conception as the first, i.e., to provide space for extended papers, especially on theoretical and applied psychoanalytic subjects. It sought papers from national and international authors in multiple areas of current psychoanalytic scientific investigation and thought. These aims have been held to during the years of the continuing existence of the Jahrbuch, although there have been changes in the editorial board and in its publishers in the three decades of its life.

Reviewing one of the volumes (this one from 1988) presents one with a dilemma: there are eleven papers covering a variety of themes, mainly theoretical, historical, and applied, that follow very

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