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Psychological Issues
Psychological Issues is a monograph series that was begun by G.S. Klein in the 1950's. The first manuscript was published in 1959. The editors since Klein's death have been Herbert Schlesinger, Stuart Hauser, Morris Eagle, and currently, David Wolitzky. We are committed to continuing the tradition of excellent publications that have appeared over the years in Psychological Issues. The list of the many notable contributions to this series reads like a Who's Who of prominent contributors to the field. The roster includes, in alphabetical order, Robert Emde, Erik Erikson, Merton Gill, Stanley Greenspan, Adolph Grunbaum, Heinz Hartmann, Fritz Heider, Robert Holt, Philip Holzman, Lawrence Kubie, Michael Polanyi, David Rapaport, Benjamin Rubenstein, Robert White, and Peter Wolff. The series' Editorial Board is also distinguished, consisting of several of the leading researchers and clinicians in the field. We will continue to publish first-rate, significant manuscripts that will be of interest to psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers, as well as the educated lay public. As the new Editor of Psychological Issues, I look forward to furthering this series of outstanding books with Jason Aronson/Rowman & Littlefield. David Wolitzky, Ph.D.

Editor(s): David Wolitzky, PhD