Psychoanalytic Research Society

 The Psychoanalytic Research Society is Section VI of the American Psychological Association's Division of Psychoanalysis. The purpose of the Society is to promote psychoanalytic research of an empirical, theoretical and clinical nature. The Society is involved in a variety of research activities including the planning and conducting of psychoanalytic research, as well as the dissemination of research findings.

  • The by-laws of the Psychoanalytic Research Society.
  • The Society's officers and committees. updated for 1996 election
  • Information on becoming a member of the Society.
  • Current and past issues of the Bulletin of the Psychoanalytic Research Society.
  • Links related to psychoanalysis and research.

  • maintained by William Bacon,
    last updated 12/8/96