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(1961). Fall Meetings—December, 1960. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 17:340-353.

(1961). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17:340-353

Fall Meetings—December, 1960

The Fall Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association were held at the Biltmore Hotel in New York, December 7-11, 1960. Abstracts of the Minutes of the Executive Council, Board on Professional Standards, and the Business Meeting of Members are published in this issue of the Bulletin. All members who desire to obtain copies of the official Minutes may do so by communicating with the Executive Secretary, Mrs. Helen Fischer, 1 East 57 Street, New York 22, N. Y.

Executive Council

The meeting of the Executive Council was held Thursday, December 8, 1960, at the Biltmore Hotel, New York, with Jacob A. Arlow presiding and David Beres serving as Secretary.

I. Report of the Secretary

A. Changes in Committees. 1. The Roster Committee was discharged with thanks by the Executive Council. The functions of the Roster Committee will be taken over by the Central Office, and the Secretary of the Association will assume responsibility for editing the Roster. 2. The Budget Committee was discharged with thanks by the Executive Council. The functions of the Budget Committee will be taken over by the Executive Committee. 3. The Ad Hoc Committee on the Study of the By-Laws, having fulfilled its function, was discharged with thanks by the Executive Council. 4. The Ad Hoc Committee on Medical Ethics, having fulfilled its functions, was discharged with thanks by the Executive Council. 5. The Ad Hoc Committee on a Pan-American Congress, having fulfilled its function, was discharged with thanks by the Executive Council. The need for continued liaison with our Latin American colleagues was re-emphasized, but it was felt that there is no need for a special committee to accomplish this purpose. 6. Ad Hoc Committee on an Official Accrediting Board. The results of the ballot on the question: "Are you in favor of the establishment of a Committee for certification in psychoanalysis under the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology at this time?" were reported to the Executive Council. Of 887 eligible to vote, the result was: Yes—166, No—481.

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