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Rendon, M. (1985). From The Editor. Am. J. Psychoanal., 45(3):205-207.

(1985). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 45(3):205-207

From The Editor

Mario Rendon, M.D.

This issue of The Journal marks the transition of editorial responsibility from Dr. Helen De Rosis to myself. Helen will continue to provide her guidance and advice as Editor Emeritus, and Edward Clemmens and Douglas Ingram will serve as Associate Editors. Dr. Toksoz B. Karasu has joined us as a member of the Advisory Committee. As chairperson of the Committee on Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders and chairman of the Commission on Psychotherapies of The American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Karasu brings us considerable experience in the area of psychotherapy research. Theodore Rubin, Bella S. Van Bark, and Antonia Wenkart have also agreed to continue their valuable contribution to The Journal in their new capacity as members of the Advisory Committee.

The Editorial Board has been expanded to include all the previous Assistant Editors as well as some new members: Joann Gerardi, Joyce Lerner, James O'Hagan, and Stefanie Steinfeld are welcomed in their new capacity. Bernard Paris, who has done so much work in the area of literary criticism using Karen Horney's theory and who has been our collaborator for many years, has also agreed to work with us as a member of the Editorial Board. Tamsen Ann Kojis, the new Assistant to the Editor, comes with a long background in editorial work.

As you can see in the Instructions for Contributors, we will change the bibliography format starting with the next issue. This is to bring us up to prevailing standards in the field.

A glance at this issue reveals the continued vitality of psychoanalysis and of Karen Horney's body of work within it.

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