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(2010). CORRIGENDUM. Psychoanal. Inq., 30(3):285.

(2010). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 30(3):285


In Volume 30, Number 2 of Psychoanalytic Inquiry, in the issue titled “Israeli Psychoanalysts: A Study in Resiliency,” there was an error in the Prologue by Melvin Bornstein (pp. 113–115). In the fifth paragraph on p. 114, a reference was made to Ofra Eshel's father instead of to her uncle. The sentence should have read: “With this beginning, Ofra Eshel sets forth her development as a psychoanalyst beginning with the immigration to Israel by her grandparents and parents and the death of her uncle while in the Israeli army.”

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