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Bouchard, M. (1994). Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/revue Canadienne De Psychanalyse. I, Number 1, 1993: Introduction. Eva P. Lester. Pp. 1-4.. Psychoanal Q., 63:817.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/revue Canadienne De Psychanalyse. I, Number 1, 1993: Introduction. Eva P. Lester. Pp. 1-4.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 63:817

Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/revue Canadienne De Psychanalyse. I, Number 1, 1993: Introduction. Eva P. Lester. Pp. 1-4.

Marc-André Bouchard

In 1954 the first and last issue of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Review/Revue Canadienne de Psychanalyse was published. The Canadian Psychoanalytic Society was then a provisional society of the International Psychoanalytical Association, with a membership of seven and the stated purpose of "forming a new society to promote psychoanalysis in Canada." In the mid-eighties, a few members, led by W. Clifford Scott and Paul Lefebvre, met to reactivate the project of a Canadian psychoanalytic publication. Now a mature society numbering several hundred members and four active branches of its national institute, the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society voted to proceed with the present new publication of the Journal/Revue. The new journal is bilingual and open to contributions from Canadian authors, as well as from all other psychoanalytic constitutiencies. The Editor, Eva Lester, conceives the journal as "a medium for diverse psychoanalytic voices not often found in one publication. The very nature of our Society with its two linguistic traditions and its reflection of the psychoanalytic streams in Continental Europe, Great Britain, and the Americas, supports this vision."

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Bouchard, M. (1994). Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/revue Canadienne De Psychanalyse. I, Number 1, 1993. Psychoanal. Q., 63:817

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