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In Analysis, transdisciplinary journal of psychoanalysis and science, contributes to the scientific dialogue in psychology by publishing articles of both clinical and academic relevance related to the psychoanalytic field. In order to validate, extend, and challenge existing findings, we promote theoretical triangulation by incorporating alternative perspectives provided by a wide range of disciplines such as cognitive and experimental psychology, medicine, biology, neuroscience, humanities, social sciences, and critical studies, among others.

Our approach is underpinned by a permanent commitment to questioning the epistemological background of psychoanalysis and science as it pertains to clinical and theoretical issues. We also enhance research reflecting on clinical practices, drawing from this plural theoretical framework.

In Analysis publishes peer-reviewed original articles, interviews, position papers, commentaries, summaries of doctoral theses, editorials on current topics, and book reviews three times a year in either French or English, covering all topics that expand our understanding of the relationship between psychoanalysis and sciences.

Each issue contains a debate focused on a contentious scientific/clinical topic initiated by a leading researcher. The opening article is simultaneously commented on by scholars from different disciplines to enhance the validity of the discussion.

This publication is designed for researchers and health practitioners.

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