Co-sponsored by:

The Research Education Section of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Department of Psychoanalytic Education (APsaA-DPE) in collaboration with the Research Committee of the New Center for Psychoanalysis (NCP)

Morris N. Eagle, Ph.D. and Linda S. Goodman, Ph.D. Co-chairs

This set of Research Education Resources serves to provide materials for stimulating interest in topics and research relevant to psychoanalytic education.  Our goal is that materials made available here will stimulate critical thinking and will help ground psychoanalytic training in a framework that integrates psychoanalytic knowledge with relevant findings from other disciplines.

On the onset, the resources available in this section of NCP's website will permanently house the following:

1. VIMEO Links to videos of APsaA-DPE Research Education Dialogue
2018 – Critical Thinking and Research in Psychoanalytic Education
Presenters: Ellen Rees, M.D. & Otto F. Kernberg, M.D.
Discussant: Andrew J. Gerber, M.D., Ph.D.

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2019 – Another Look at Therapeutic Action and Implications for Psychoanalytic Training and Education
Presenters: John Clarkin, Ph.D. & Leon Hoffman, M.D.
Discussant: John H. Porcerelli, Ph.D.

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2.  Links to Additional Resources

3.  Additional Sections Under Development

  • Course Curriculum Resources - A compilation of research citations organized by topic area (with the DOI - Digital Object Identifiers) along with brief introductory comments to let faculty and/or readers know why the selection was chosen for a particular topic area.
  • An archive of papers discussing research education or pedagogy
  • Archived materials from other sources - e.g. the Psychodynamic Psychoanalytic Research Society offerings held at APsaA meetings

This project is a developing one. Sections will be elaborated, modified, and updated as new materials become available. We invite institute and university faculty and candidates to suggest articles and other material that they believe should be added to our Web presence.  

Questions and suggestions may be sent to:

Linda Goodman, Ph.D.  

Morris Eagle, Ph.D.