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(1994). Abstracts. Psychoanal Q., 63:168.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 63:168

Abstracts

The Editors of The Psychoanalytic Quarterly call the attention of our readers to two changes in our Abstracts Section.

First, beginning with this issue, our regular abstracting of other psychoanalytic journals will concentrate on an expanded coverage of the best of the non-English language literature.

Second, we have invited experts in a number of fields outside psychoanalysis to contribute abstracts. Cognitive science, anthropology, neural science, ethology, philosophy, and infant development are some of the areas to be represented. Each group of abstracts published will be accompanied by a brief explanation from the abstractor concerning the relevance to psychoanalysis of the articles selected. This exciting new project will be the special concern of Corresponding Editors, Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D., and Steven E. Locke, M.D. It is a venture that, to our knowledge, has not yet been attempted by a psychoanalytic journal.

The innovations mentioned above are intended to present stimulating ideas and information, from a range of psychoanalytic subcultures and from nonpsychoanalytic disciplines, that might not otherwise be readily available to our readers.

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