The journal is not the official organ of any particular school. Material is chosen solely in terms of quality, originality and relevance to international debates in psychotherapeutic and psychoanalytic fields. Similarly, significant, hard-to-pigeonhole authors and works falling outside any particular trend will also be presented. It contains a Russian Edition and an Italian Section
Sitegeist is a biennial peer-reviewed journal. It has an editorial panel consisting of Barry Watt, Nic Bayley, Robert Weiss, Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz and Val Parks and an advisory panel drawn from established figures in the fields of psychoanalysis and philosophy and members and non-members of the Site.
The Sitegeist archive will be free. Articles can be printed, and the entire journal is fully searchable.
The International Journal of Psychoanalysis was founded by Ernest Jones with the collaboration of Sigmund Freud in 1920.
It also incorporates the International Review of Psycho-Analysis, founded in 1974 by Joseph Sandler. For the last 99 years the IJP has enjoyed its role as the main international vehicle for communication about psychoanalysis, enjoying a wide international readership from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, North America and Latin America. Past Editors of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis have included Ernest Jones, James Strachey, Joseph Sandler, and David Tuckett.
The International Journal of Psychoanalysis is a fully peer reviewed journal published six times a year. The IJP is the main international vehicle for communication about psychoanalysis, with global reach and readership.
Open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes work that pertinent to cognition, emotions, brain functioning, interpersonal relationships and unconscious mind. The Journal is also focussed to publish on counseling and other inductive techniques applied in the treatment of mental health illnesses.
Journal publishes original empirical research papers, mini-reviews, comments, and full-length reviews in psychiatry, psychobiology, and also encouraging submissions from a broad spectrum of psychological interventions. All articles published in the journal are subject to a stringent peer review process, encouraging authors to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible.