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(1958). Contributors to this Issue. Psychoanal. Rev., 45A(1/2):160-161.

(1958). Psychoanalytic Review, 45A(1/2):160-161

Contributors to this Issue

Gustav Bychowski, M.D., is a noted psychoanalyst and author. He is a member of the American Psychoanalytic Association and an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of the State of New York. His publications include Dictators and Disciples and Psychotherapy of Psychosis.

Herbert Fingarette is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Santa Barbara College of the University of California. With this issue he joins the Board of Consultants of PPR.

Nandor Fodor is a member of the Editorial Board of this journal. He is a practicing psychoanalyst and a member of NPAP and the American Psychological Association. He is the author of several books and numerous professional articles.

Meyer Fortes is William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology in the University of Cambridge and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. His two books on Clanship and Kinship among the Tallensi are published by the Oxford University Press.

Donald Kaplan is the Vice-Chairman of the Members-in-Training Executive Committee of the NPAP.

Alfred Kazin is a novelist and literary critic. His works include On Native Grounds, A Walker in the City and The Inmost Leaf.

Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D., has published extensively here and abroad on psychiatric and psychoanalytic themes. Two of his recent books are: The Two Faces of Man (1954) and The Rape of the Mind (1957).

Hugh Mullan, M.D., practices individual and group psychoanalysis and “multiple therapy” in New York City. His book on Group Psychoanalysis, done in collaboration with Max Rosenbaum, Ph.D., awaits publication. He is a faculty member and supervisor of the Association for Group Psychoanalysis.

Benjamin Nelson is Chairman of the Department of Sociology at Hofstra College and Advisory Editor of PPR. He has written and edited books in the fields of history, social science and psychoanalysis, including Freud and the 20th Century, Psychoanalysis and the Future and An Introduction to Social Science.

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