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(1983). Editorial. J. Anal. Psychol., 28(4):297-298.

(1983). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 28(4):297-298

Editorial

Observant readers may possibly have seen two changes in the ‘Notice to Authors’ in the July 1983 issue of the Journal: the offer of French, German and Italian versions of the ‘Notice’, and the new address given in both that short note and in the English text.

Translations of the ‘Notice’ are now available on request to foreign writers wishing to submit manuscripts. They have been made by Christine Frackowiak, Rushi Ledermann and Mara Sidoli, so that as many contributors as possible should be able to benefit from them before they produce their final text. Factually, the Journal belongs to the Society of Analytical Psychology, but in a less material, or psychological, way it belongs to three sets of people who overlap in relation to it: those who write papers and reviews for it, those who produce it, and those who read it. All those sets have in common the wish that it should reach and keep a really high standard and offer the wider world a true and good impression of analytical psychologists—not forgetting the shadow (occasional misprints and omissions, but we hope not misstatements). So I am drawing attention to ‘Notice to Authors’. It is not a merely repeated page in each issue (repetition has been known to stem from anxiety and to lead to inattention). As it now contains two new things, this seems a good opportunity to remind contributors that the editorial panel appreciates not only papers which meet the requirements of the ‘Notice's’ first paragraph, but those which also demonstrate that the rest of the ‘Notice’ has made an impact.

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