Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP)

Information for Librarians

Information about PEP-Web for librarians. Learn more here about PEP-Web’s:

EZproxy stanza
MARC and KBART files for journal and book titles
Full bibliography in REFER format
Videos list
Acronyms for journals
OpenURL support

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PEP-Web EZProxy Stanza

View the latest version of PEP’s EZproxy stanza via the OCLC database

Once you have updated this information, please email your proxied URL (eg., to


ISSN 2472-6982.  The number is displayed on PEP-Web at the bottom of the screen.

PEP Books and Journals in MARC and KBART format

You can download the files here:

The MARC file can be edited and supplemented using free MARC software, MarcEdit, which has a Z39.50 module to search for, and download Marc records. The MarcEdit software is here: MarcEdit Software Download

PEP-Web Full Bibliography in REFER format

A 20MB file of bibliographic data for the articles that appear in PEP-Web is available to subscribers in REFER format, which can be imported into EndNote and other bibliography managers. To request access to the .refer file containing the full bibliography, please complete the online “Provide Feedback” form, accessed by clicking on the Help icon “?” on the main PEP-Web toolbar. Note, you must have a PEP-Web subscription to request the full bibliography.

PEP Videos

View or download a list of current videos in the PEP Video Platform

PEP Acronyms for Journals

View or download a list of PEP’s Acronyms for Journal Titles

PEP OpenURL Support

PEP-Web supports OpenURL 0.1 syntax. The base URL for OpenURL queries is:{parameters}

where {parameters} include the following OpenURL defined parameters relevant to PEP-Web:

  • aulast/aufirst (both mapped to full author name)
  • issn/eissn
  • isbn
  • title/stitle (journal or book title)
  • atitle (article title)
  • volume
  • issue
  • pages
  • date
  • spage – (start page)
  • epage – (end page)
  • artnum – (document ID e.g., IJP.077.0217A for which to return data – only one ID for full-text documents)

A few example queries would be (click to test them on PEP-Web):