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(1961). News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 17:354-361.
(1961). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 17:354-361
News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes
Association for Psychoanalytic Medicine and the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Clinic
Correspondent: Charles W. Socarides; Newly Elected Members: Stanley Bernstein, Paul A. Bradlow, David Jaffe, Peter Laderman, Sherwin S. Radin, Judith S. Schachter, Israel Zwerling.
The Assocation made a grant of $1, 000 to the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Clinic for purposes of research in psychoanalytic medicine.
The Annual Sandor Rado Lectures will be given this year by David M. Levy on Friday evening and Saturday morning, April 14 and 15, at Bard Hall, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. All members of the American Psychoanalytic Association, and students and faculty of member institutes are cordially invited to attend. Dr. Levy has selected as his title for the Lectures, "The Incomplete Act."
The Fourth Annual "Research Seminars in Psychoanalytic Medicine, " attended by advanced candidates, graduates, and members of the faculty, will bring the following investigators to the Clinic for discussions of their current research: Philip Solomon, Harvard Medical School. "The Relationship of Character and Personality to Individual Response Patterns in Sensory Deprivation, " February 4. Leon Moses, Psychoanalytic Clinic, New York, "The Comparative Psychoanalytic and Physiologic Approach in Psychosomatic Research, as Illustrated by Essential Hypertension, " February 11. Peter H. Wolff, Judge Baker Guidance Center, "Observations on the Newborn: Longitudinal Developmental Studies, " February 18.
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