The Psychoanalytic Review

The Psychoanalytic Review began in 1913 and is the oldest continuously published psychoanalytic journal in the world. Its early papers grew out of St. Elizabeths in Washington, D.C., less than five years after Freud’s visit to Clark University. It became a publication of The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis in the 1950s and expanded to include papers from all depth psychological schools, with a wide range of clinical as well as cultural interests.

Recent special issues, published and forthcoming, highlight the psychoanalyst’s intentions in theory of technique; offer a comprehensive understanding of the meaning of the self in psychoanalysis; and concentrate on areas such as psychoanalysis and politics, the political exploitation of paranoid anxiety, fundamentalism and terrorism, psychosis, Levinas, the elderly, cyberspace, film, and the making of a psychoanalyst, e.g., training analysis.

The Psychoanalytic Review seeks contributions on psychoanalytic theory and practice, education and research, and on applications that will incrementally advance psychoanalysis as a body of knowledge and therapeutic discipline.

Instructions to Authors

The format for papers can be found in any recent issue. Papers should be emailed as Word attachments to Alan J. Barnett, Ph.D., Editor: Alanbarnett@aol.com. Papers are peer reviewed. NPAP students are welcome participants on the Review staff. Papers from new and established writers contribute to the journal’s interest.

Editorial and Consulting Boards

The Psychoanalytic Review began in 1913 and is the oldest continuously published psychoanalytic journal in the world. Its early papers grew out of St. Elizabeths in Washington, D.C., less than five years after Freud’s visit to Clark University. It became a publication of The National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis in the 1950s and expanded to include papers from all depth psychological schools, with a wide range of clinical as well as cultural interests.

Recent special issues, published and forthcoming, highlight the psychoanalyst’s intentions in theory of technique; offer a comprehensive understanding of the meaning of the self in psychoanalysis; and concentrate on areas such as psychoanalysis and politics, the political exploitation of paranoid anxiety, fundamentalism and terrorism, psychosis, Levinas, the elderly, cyberspace, film, and the making of a psychoanalyst, e.g., training analysis.

The Psychoanalytic Review seeks contributions on psychoanalytic theory and practice, education and research, and on applications that will incrementally advance psychoanalysis as a body of knowledge and therapeutic discipline.

Subscription Information

The Psychoanalytic Review (ISSN 0033-2836) is published bimonthly at an annual U.S. subscription rate of $505 for institutions and $99 for individuals (Canada and foreign orders, please add $35, $40 for institutions) by Guilford Publications, Inc., 72 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012. Orders by MasterCard, Visa, or American Express can be placed by phone at 800-365-7006, Fax 212-966-6708, or e-mail news@guilford.com. In New York, please call 212-431-9800. Payment must be made through a U.S. bank. All prices quoted in U.S. dollars. Periodicals postage paid at New York, NY, and at additional mailing offices.
For more information, visit www.guilford.com.

Editor

Alan J. Barnett

Book Review Editors

Thomas S. Taylor (Chair)
Gerald J. Gargiulo
Michael P. Varga
Patricia Precin

Education Editor

Judy Ann Kaplan

Art Editor

Douglas Maxwell

Film Editor

Tony Pipolo

 

Editorial Board 

Beth A, Althofer
Helene Bass-Wichelhaus
Matthias Beier
Diane Clemente
Paul Cooper
Sy Coopersmith
George Frank
Robert Friedman
Gerald J. CargiLllo
Carl Jacobs
Charlotte Kahn
S. Montana Katz
Brian Kloppenberg
Jane Kupcrsmidt
Victoria Malkin
Paul Marcus
Douglas Maxwell
Merle Molofsky
Tamar Opler
Tony Pipolo
Patricia Precin
Ruth Rosenbaum
Susan G. Sawyer
Catherine Silver
Lynn Somerstein
Henrietta Stallnam
Thomas S. Taylor
Michael P. Varga
Aleksandra Wagner

Board of Consultants

Michael Eigen, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York City

Edward J. Emery, Ph.D., Private practice, Northampton, ‘MA; International School for Mental Health

Herbert Fingarette, Ph.D.; Emeritus Professor of philosophv, University of California, Santa Barbara

Harvey Roy Greenberg, M.D., Albclt Einstein College of Medicine; Private Practice, New York

James S. Grotstein, M.D., UCLA School of Medicine, California

Norman Holland, Ph.D., Department of English, University of Florida

Leila Lerner, Private Practice, New York City

Arnold H. Model, M.D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA Robert Mollingcr, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York

Ashis Nandy, Ph.D., Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. Delhi, India Peter L. Rudnytsky, Ph.D., Department of English, university of Florida

Murray H. Sherman, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York

Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D., New York University

Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D., Private Practice, Los Angeles