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(1994). Editorial Announcement: Two Japa Prizes. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 42:965-968.

(1994). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 42:965-968

Editorial Announcement: Two Japa Prizes

The JAPA Clinical Contribution Prize of $700 and a scroll are to be awarded for the best clinical essay written by a candidate or a psychoanalyst within five years of having been graduated. It is hoped that this prize will encourage the utilization of clinical material deriving from supervised psychoanalysis to enrich the psychoanalytic literature. The paper should not simply be a case report, but should advance a particular thesis within the context of clinical illustration and theoretical inferences or conclusions. The clinical material can be based on adult, adolescent, or child analysis. Under exceptional circumstances, clinical work which does not derive from supervised analysis but from other case material or from an unusual original application of psychoanalysis will be considered.

The JAPA Psychoanalytic Essay Prize of $700 and a scroll are to be awarded for the best essay on any aspect of psychoanalysis. There are no restrictions or requirements concerning author, the subject, or content.

To be considered for an award in a given year, papers must be submitted by September 1 of that year. Papers submitted after that date will be held over for consideration for an award the following year. No fixed length for the papers is stipulated, but between 16 and 32 typed, double-spaced manuscript pages is recommended. Papers for prize consideration must be original, never previously published, and will become the property of the Journal. Prize-awarded papers will be published in the Journal. Papers may also be accepted for publication even if they are not awarded a prize.

Each paper should include a title page, text, final summary, and references, with four copies submitted. The style of the manuscript, including the references, should conform to Journal requirements.

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