Membership in the Society of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology (Division 39)
The division's official journal, Psychoanalytic Psychology, is recognized as a significant psychoanalytic publication. Articles are theoretically diverse and include scholarly theoretical, clinical and research papers. The journal serves as a resource for original contributions that reflect and broaden the interaction between psychoanalysis and psychology.
Exclusive discounted subscription to The International Journal of Psychoanalysis (IJP)
We are delighted to be able to offer the journal to our APA Div. 39 colleagues at a substantial discount.
Many of you will be aware of the IJP and its international reputation for being at the forefront of contemporary psychoanalytic scholarship; with sections including Theory and Technique, The Analyst at Work, a Key Paper discussion as well as Film Essays and Book Reviews.
The subscription comprises the six printed copies of the journal published during the subscription year and online access to both current content and previously published journal content going back to 2001.
It is worth remembering that a subscription directly to IJP, either through this offer or the publisher is the only way to access current content.
*Our prices are charged in GBP British Pound Sterling.
Discounted subscription to Psychoanalytic Dialogues
Members of the APA Div. 39 can receive an individual print and online subscription to Psychoanalytic Dialogues at a special society member rate of US$88/£52/€70. Contact +44 (0)20 7017-5543 or email to subscribe.
Discounted subscription Psychoanalytic Quarterly
Discounted APA Div. 39 rates for online-only and print and online access are currently available on the Psychoanalytic Quarterly subscription site.
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