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Oberndorf, C.P. (1950). Dr. Trigant Burrow. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 31:292-293.

(1950). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 31:292-293

Dr. Trigant Burrow

C. P. Oberndorf

Dr. Trigant Burrow, who died on May 25, 1950, was one of the original group of eight who, in May, 1911, founded the American Psychoanalytic Association, and in 1926 served as its president. Although Dr. Burrow was actively interested in the aims of the American Psychoanalytic Association and was a frequent contributor to its programmes during the first twenty years of its existence, latterly he drifted further and further from psycho-analytic thinking and was no longer associated with the group which he helped to organize.

Dr. Burrow was born in Norfolk, Virginia, on September 17, 1875, and graduated in Medicine from the University of Virginia in 1899. He became a Doctor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins in 1909 after extensive post-graduate studies at Universities in America and Europe. He devoted his interests from 1911 to 1923 to practice and research in psychiatry and psycho-analysis and from 1923 to 1928 to social psychiatry and the group method of analysis. After that time Dr.

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