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Since the late 1990s, as clinicians and researchers began linking neuroscience with psychoanalytic theory and practice, small working groups began to form around the world. With the founding of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, many more groups began to coalesce. These groups of clinicians, researchers, students and other interested parties join together to read and study, to host lectures and meetings, and to develop research activities.
Regional groups may report on their work in our journal Neuropsychoanalysis, in the Bulletin section, edited by Maria Sonia Goergen; see the Guidelines for Group Reports. The deadline for reports is January 7 and June 7 of each year. Reports can be emailed to Maria Sonia Goergen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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