This annual journal aims to act as a vehicle for new ideas for all healthcare professionals in the field of autism. With its thorough articles that focus on three main areas (research, clinical approaches, giving families a voice), the journal shines a light on the latest thinking about autism, seen through the lens of the PréAut Association.
This European scientific journal, published in French and English, offers a place for debating and reevaluating clinical and theoretical issues in the cross-cutting fields of cancer and the humanities and social sciences.
This journal, which focuses on a clinical theme chosen annually, offers reflections on care in mental health facilities and examines clinical practices and the institutional reality of multidisciplinary care.
This journal publishes papers in the fields of clinical psychology, psychopathology, and psychoanalysis, which refer to the Freudian method. It is devoted to transmitting rigorously conceptualized innovative clinical experiences to the scientific community. The thematic structure of the issues opens the door to other fields: political science, social sciences, anthropology, medicine, and neuroscience.
This journal is at the forefront of the connection between psychoanalysis, group, and institution: a new analytical approach to psycho-social processes based on theoretical elaboration and practical implementation.
This journal focuses primarily on psychoanalysis and its history, but also on all the human sciences more broadly. The journal is open to all viewpoints and encourages discussion between different perspectives.
This journal is a tool for social action, proposing political, philosophical, literary, and artistic approaches, current theoretical reflections of academicians, and the writings of education, social, and health practitioners.
This journal informs all those working with children and adolescents of theoretical advances and questions in debate. It allows care professionals, teachers, and social workers an opportunity to exchange expertise and share practices.
This journal presents research informed by Freud and Lacan, with Anglo-Saxon clinical contributions. Influenced by the style of Maud Mannoni, it searches out the liveliest clinical issues to further our understanding of the lessons analysis teaches.
Created by the founders of psychosociology, this international journal examines the interplay between the social sphere, human behavior, and the psyche. It presents theoretical thought as well as actions carried out in institutions and in various social environments.
The official journal of the Société du Rorschach et des Méthodes Projectives de Langue Française provides new clinical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives on normal and pathological psychic functioning to practitioners and doctoral students.
This journal publishes academic reflections in the field of applied ethics that are based upon practical questionings. It covers several different areas: healthcare, environment, and animal ethics; economic and social ethics; the ethics of science and technology.
The International Review of Penal Law covers general theory and criminal philosophy, general criminal law, and specific penal provisions, criminal procedure, and international criminal law from an international and comparative perspective.
This psychoanalysis journal is guided by the teachings of Lacan and the study of Freud. The plural aspect of this journal lies in the various types of knowledge reviewed for didactic purposes and to fulfill a dual mission of transmitting and interpreting.
Since 1964, the CEDIAS-Musée Social has edited the quarterly journal Vie sociale, which deals with social issues both in terms of reflection and research and in terms of aiding decisions and social action on the ground.