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Kelman, H. Portnoy, I. Mullan, H. Barbara, D. Berger, M. Rose, S. (1951). The Auxiliary Council to the Association. Am. J. Psychoanal., 11(1):95-96.

(1951). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 11(1):95-96

The Auxiliary Council to the Association

Harold Kelman, M.D., Isidore Portnoy, M.D., Hugh Mullan, M.D., Dominick Barbara, M.D., Milton Berger, M.D. and Sidney Rose, M.D.

Maturation and the effective deepening of the group spirit have characterized ACAAP's total functioning in the past year.

Opening the year at the Hotel New Yorker on Sunday, October 8, 1950, with its largest attendance (375) at the Dean's Party, ACAAP fostered the mutuality of purposes of the four participating organizations: ACAAP, the Institute, Association and Candidates Association of the Institute. The theme of the afternoon was “Group Activity as a Growing Experience.”

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