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(1991). Call for Papers. Psychoanal. Psychol., 8(3):379.

(1991). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 8(3):379

Call for Papers

Psychoanalytic Psychology announces a call for papers for a supplement to the Journal regarding psychoanalytic perspectives on the issue of Aggression and Violence. The Journal welcomes theoretical, clinical, and empirical papers reporting on the value of psychoanalytic perspectives in understanding the origins and resolution of conflict. While contributions may address the general issue of violence and aggression, papers focusing on psychoanalytic contributions to the study of international violence and war will be particularly welcomed. Please send four copies of double-spaced manuscripts, in APA style, to Bertram J. Cohler, Editor, Psychoanalytic Psychology, The University of Chicago, 5730 South Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637. Please note on the outside envelope and on the manuscript that the manuscript is submitted in response to the call for papers on conflict. The regular review process for the Journal applies to this special supplement. Manuscripts should be submitted by January 1, 1992.

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