American Journal of Psychoanalysis
International Psychoanalytic Quarterly
Founded by Karen Horney, MD in 1941
The AJP, one of the oldest journals of psychoanalysis in the United States, has been in continuous publication since its inception in 1941. Its broad subscriber base includes professionals from all over the world, as well as global institutions, to ensure that the work of its contributing clinicians, scholars, and researchers is widely recognized. The AJP offers its readership a unique forum where contemporary explorations in psychoanalysis continue to unfold.
The AJP, a fully peer-reviewed journal, invites contributions from scholars and practitioners in psychoanalysis and related fields. The AJP presents psychoanalytic papers from all schools of thought that address the interests and concerns of scholars and practitioners of psychoanalysis, and contribute meaningfully to the understanding of human experience.
Affiliated with the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, the journal publishes original work, not previously published in English elsewhere, such as papers, special issues devoted to a single topic, book reviews, film reviews, reports on the activities of the psychoanalytic community, brief communications and comments.