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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 foundation of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, many more groups began to coalesce, in affiliation with the Society. Read more
Provide information about NPSA-friendly research labs and other training opportunities.
We are regularly contacted by students and recent graduates looking for ways to get work experience relevant to neuropsychoanalysis. We are creating a database of clinical and experimental research labs in a range of disciplines that welcome volunteers, post-docs, or other collaborators seeking to get involved with neuropsychoanalytically-relevant work.
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Recommend readings, podcasts, videos, and other resource
As the stewards of a community committed to the dialogue between the neurosciences and psychoanalysis, we believe in the importance of an open and free exchange of ideas. Therefore, we will post lists of relevant readings, as well as podcasts, videos and other relevant resources. Please feel free to contact us with any media that you believe to be essential to the advancement of the Neuropsychoanalysis community. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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