The oldest free-standing psychoanalytic journal in North America, The Psychoanalytic Quarterly is published every January, April, July, and October. Each issue contains from six to eight original articles, a section of in-depth book reviews, and a unique series of abstracts summarizing selected international journals and correlations with the neurosciences. A special section of the Quarterly is devoted to the examination of clinical process from a variety of viewpoints, utilizing presentations of case material.

An independent journal with a strong clinical focus, the Quarterly is not wedded to any one school of psychoanalytic thought. Its editorial goals are to encourage and publish the most rigorous original papers from North America and around the world, representing all contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives on the theories, practices, research endeavors, and applications of adult and child psychoanalysis.

A few of the authors in press or recently published are: Sander Abend, Rosemary Balsam, Leon Balter, Hugo Bleichmar, Stefano Bolognini, Jorge Canestri, Nancy Chodorow, Stanley Coen, Steven Cooper, Ken Corbett, Haydée Faimberg, Antonino Ferro, Lawrence Friedman, Arnold Goldberg, André Green, Jay Greenberg, Ilse Grubrich-Simitis, Otto Kernberg, Nancy Kulish, Lucy LaFarge, Alessandra Lemma, Riccardo Lombardi, William Meissner, Donald Moss, Thomas Ogden, Warren Poland, Dominique Scarfone, Roy Schafer, Elizabeth Spillius, and Donnel Stern.

Attention: All candidates in psychoanalytic training programs. Other students receive a discounted subscription rate.