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PEP Video Grants Project Winners 2013
Black Psychoanalysts Speak  1
Basia Winograd
Controversial Discussions for the XXIst Century  2
Svetlana Palmer
Mind Your Mind, Episode 1: The Unconscious
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
Mind Your Mind, Episode 2: Driven
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
Mind Your Mind, Episode 3: Road Rage (Defense Mechanisms)
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
From Observation to Après Coup  6
Jonathan Isserow
Mind Your Mind, Episode 4: Dreams
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
Mind Your Mind, Episode 5: A Book by its Cover
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
Mind Your Mind, Episode 6: Ego-The It Factor
A. Chris Heath, M.D.
PEP Video Grants Project Winners 2014
Psychoanalysis in El Barrio  10
Christopher Christian, Richard Reichbart, Michael Moskowitz, Ramon Morillo and Basia Winograd
Mother-Infant Communication: The Research of Dr. Beatrice Beebe  11
Karen Dougherty
The Mourning After  12
Donna Bassin, Ph.D.

PEP is very pleased to present these jury-selected video projects, which were supported by grants from PEP.

These films were made by the winners of PEP’s 2013 and 2014 Video competitions. All applications were reviewed and voted on by a panel of jurors who were nominated and elected for this purpose by the top one hundred downloaded authors of 2012 (publishing in the last 20 years) on PEP-Web.

PEP would like to acknowledge the support of its journal publishers, particularly Taylor & Francis who have been strongly supportive of the PEP video grant initiative.

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