The PEP-Web Archive is the quintessential website for psychoanalytic scholarship, with the full text of 83 journals dating back to 1918, cross-linked to each other and full bibliographic references to external sources, and where a multi-source psychoanalytic glossary is a click away for any technical term.
The complete content of Sigmund Freud’s Standard Edition where each paragraph is cross-linked to the corresponding text in the German Freud Gesammelte Werke. Including 98 books from classic authors such as Bion, Bowlby, Klein, Meltzer, Winnicott, and many more.
A curated collection of archival video lectures and documentaries, now includes original videos sponsored by grants from PEP. All videos have full-text transcription allowing full-text search and direct access to any part of the video by clicking on the text. More original content to come!
For the first time in the history of psychoanalytic journal publishing, you can view the development of working papers submitted to the International Journal of Psychoanalysis before peer review and selection. You are invited to join in a peer discussion of those papers and to see the reports of the formal reviewers
The “What’s new” section on the left side of PEP-Web shows the latest additions to PEP-Web. New data is added, as available, towards the end of every week (late Thursday or Friday).
So, for example, this week we’ve added:
- Brit. J. Psychother., Vol 29, 2013, Issues 1-4 and Vol 30, 2014, Issue 1. [see Note 1] [see Note 2]
- J. Anal. Psychol., Vol 82, 2013, Issues 1 and 2. [see Note 1]
- Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Vol 14, 2014, Issue 1. [see Note 1]
- IJP Open – four new articles added [complete text available]
as well as a few added last Friday after the update:
- Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol. Vol 8, 2013, Issue 4 [see Note 1]
- Psychoanal. Soc. Work Vol 20, 2013, Issue 2 [see Note 1]
[Note 1]. Since these are current content, due to contractual restrictions, only tables of contents and abstracts are available.
[Note 2]. To make sure as much as possible is covered, what’s new will only show the last new issue of any particular journal (so even if there’s more than one issue that arrives, you’ll only see the last.)
We have now added video capabilities to PEP-Web, and have also added the first batch of videos! We treat videos like articles, and organize them into videostreams, which are like video journals. Best of all, the dialog for each video is transcribed, so the full text of each video can be searched just like any other article on PEP-Web, and you can access any point of the video by selecting the corresponding text in the video widget.
The initial release of the PEP Videostream is very limited in content. The platform is now in place, however, and we will be looking to bring together and preserve all existing audio visual material of interest and relevance to psychoanalytic thinking, practice and research, as well as to encourage the creation of new material. As a result, we expect the available material to grow rapidly and for the video archive to become a valuable resource for research, study and teaching. You can read about PEP’s new video feature, and find out more about contributing videos. There is $100,000 dollars available for grants to make videos about Psychoanalytic Practice and Thinking!
If you are using Google Chrome as your browser, you can have articles automatically translated to your language by right clicking and selecting “Translate to …”.
You must have this feature enabled…see here for instructions.
We are considering adding support for Google translate in other browsers in a future edition of PEP-Web.