Every year, The Annuals publish a selection of articles from the six issues of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis of the preceding year. This selection is the product of an intense process realized separately by the editorial boards of the Annuals over the course of one year. Every editorial team chooses independently which articles they see as the most important, innovative or inspiring in the cultural and psychoanalytic context of their own region/country.
There is a great variety in the final content of each Annual, but there are also overlapping articles. Thus, a comparison of the resulting selections can be highly indicative of international trends and national differences in psychoanalytic research. Here you can see the three most selected articles from the IJP issues of 2013 & 2014:
1. Ogden, T. (2014). Fear of breakdown and the unlived life. IJP 95 (2), 205-223.
Translated and published in the French, the German, the Russian and the Turkish Annuals of 2015.
2. Boesky, D. (2013). What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? IJP 94 (6), 1135-1143.
da Rocha Barros, E. M. (2013). What does the presentation of case material tell us about what actually happened in an analysis and how does it do this? IJP 94 (6), 1145-1152.
Translated and published in the French, the German and the Russian Annuals of 2015.
3. Racamier, P.-C. (2014). On narcisstic perversion. IJP 95 (1), 119-132.
Translated and published in the Russian, the Turkish and the Greek Annuals of 2015.