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De Rosis, H. Rubin, J. Smith, J. Yachnes, E. (1986). Introduction. Am. J. Psychoanal., 46(2):91-92.
   

(1986). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 46(2):91-92

Tribute to Alexander Reid Martin: 1896-1983

Introduction

Helen De Rosis, M.D., Jeffrey Rubin, M.D., Jeanne Smith, M.D. and Eleanor Yachnes, M.D.

On November 30, 1983, members of the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, the American Institute for Psychoanalysis, and many friends gathered to pay tribute to the memory of Dr. Alexander Reid Martin, one of the founders of the group and a guiding spirit to many of those who have trained and taught at the Institute over the past forty years. The evening was organized and presided over by Dr. Martin Symonds. Those who spoke or contributed written comments were:

Dr. Martin Symonds Dr. Douglas Ingram
Mr. Roger Martin Mr. Alex Martin
Dr. Bella van Bark Ms. Janet Gibbs
Dr. Harry Gershman Dr. Alexandra Symonds
Dr. Edward Clemmens Dr. Jeffrey Rubin
Dr. Helen De Rosis Mr. David Wynn
Dr. Eleanor Yachnes Dr.

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