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(1993). New Developments to The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 74:3-4.

(1993). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 74:3-4

New Developments to The International Journal of Psychoanalysis

This is the first issue of what is to be the new format for the International Journal now that it has been merged with its sister journal, the International Review of Psycho-Analysis. There will now be six issues a year so that we will publish in February, April, June, August, October and December. Each part will contain 224 pages compared to the previous 196.

It will now be possible to include in the Journal articles covering the whole range of issues relevant to psychoanalysis. In addition to contributions to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis there will now also be papers on the history of psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic technique and methodology, psychoanalytic education and training, empirical research and the history of concept development as well as articles on the application of psychoanalysis to psychotherapies and to other fields such as literature, film, music and the study of society and also the applications of ideas from other fields to psychoanalysis. Papers on a wide range of subjects (and reviews of relevant books) appeared in the Journal occasionally for the first fifty years after its foundation by Ernest Jones under the direction of Sigmund Freud in 1920. In 1974 when Joseph Sandler founded the International Review as a sister publication he recognised the importance and value of cross fertilisation between our discipline and others and the need both to facilitate it and to encourage the study of a broader range of issues than at that time was generally considered relevant: one particularly important area being the study of the development and history of psychoanalysis itself.

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