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(1966). News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 22:422-435.
(1966). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 22:422-435
News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes
THE ASSOCIATION FOR PSYCHOANALYTIC MEDICINE AND THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PSYCHOANALYTIC CLINIC
Correspondent: Alvin H. Polatin. Newly Elected Member: James H. Wall. Newly Appointed Staff Member of the Columbia Clinic: George O. Papanek.
The resignation of Herbert Ripley was accepted.
On Saturday morning, November 13, 1965, a joint meeting with the New York Psychoanalytic Society was held at Hosack Hall, New York Academy of Medicine, on the topic of "ChildhoodSchizophrenia." The panel consisted of Manuel Furer, William Goldfarb, Margaret S. Mahler, and Richard S. Ward, with Lawrence C. Kolb as Moderator. Following the scientific proceedings a luncheon was held in the Presidents' Gallery for members of both Societies.
A Special Meeting of Members took place on February 1, 1966 at the New York Academy of Medicine to consider the issues and recommendations set forth by the COP Report of the American Psychoanalytic Association. John A. P. Millet, Richard L. Frank, and Alvin H. Polatin presented various aspects of the items under deliberation. The membership voiced unanimous approval of the actions taken and planned in connection with the subject of the report.
The Committee on Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Education is currently sponsoring two workshops: "Issues in Ego Development," moderated by Stanley R. Lesser, is continuing from last year; "Recent Developments in Dream Research in Relation to Psychoanalytic Theory," moderated by Kenneth Z. Altshuler, commenced in January.
The following candidates were recently certified in psychoanalysis at the Columbia Clinic: David S. Kahn and Donald S. Kornfeld.
The Tenth Annual Sandor Rado Lectures were given on February 25, 1966, by I. Arthur Mirsky, Professor and Chairman, Department of Clinical Science, University of Pittsburgh. His paper, "Physiological, Psychological, and Social Determinants of Psychosomatic Disorders," dealt with "Predisposing Factors" at the 5:00 P.M. session and continued with "Precipitating Factors" at 8:30 P.M. A reception followed the evening lecture.
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