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The International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (ISSN 0091-0600, CODEN: IJPPD4, OCLC 2244594 ) was a peer-reviewed scientific journal of psychiatry and psychotherapy published by the International Journal Press and Jason Aronson from 1974 until 1985.[1][2] It was formed by the merger of the International Journal of Psychiatry (ISSN 0020-756X, CODEN INJPBY, OCLC 1753585 ) published by the International Science Press from 1965 until 1973,[3][4] and the International Journal of Child Psychotherapy (ISSN 0090-6891, CODEN IJPSDD, OCLC 01645841 ) published by the International Journal Press from 1972 until 1973.[5][6] At some point or another during their respective existences, all three titles were included in the Science Citation Index[7] and PubMed/MEDLINE.[8]

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