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(1940). Fellowships in Psychoanalysis. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 3(1):126-129.

(1940). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3(1):126-129

Fellowships in Psychoanalysis

1.   THE SIGMUND FREUD FELLOWSHIPS OF THE BOSTON PSYCHOANALYTIC INSTITUTE

2.   FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE CHICAGO INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS

The Sigmund Freud Fellowships of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute

82 Marlborough Street, Boston, Mass.

The Boston Psychoanalytic Institute announces three Sigmund Freud Fellowships in Psychoanalytic Training, to begin September, 1939. The fellowships are open to graduates of a Class A medical school, who have had at least one year general hospital training, and two years' work in psychiatry.

For further information, write to Dr. M. Ralph Kaufman, Chairman of the Educational Committee, 82 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Fellowships Available Through the Institute for Psychoanalysis

43 East Ohio Street, Chicago, Ill.

1.   Eligibility:

(a)  An applicant must fulfill the following requirements of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Whether the candidate meets these requirements will be decided by the Training Committee of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society.

1.   Medical Education: Candidates must have completed attendance in a Class A medical school as defined by the American Medical Association, or in a foreign medical school of equivalent rating.

2.   Candidates shall have had at least one year's general internship in a Class A hospital, approved by the American Medical Association.

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