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Luria, A. (1924). Russian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 5:258-261.

(1924). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 5:258-261

Russian Psycho-Analytical Society

Al. Luria

The Russian Psycho-Analytical Society was founded at Moscow in 1921, and since then has carried on its scientific work as an independent psycho-analytical society with various centres of research.

In the autumn of 1923 several new members were admitted:

I. Dr. S. Spielrein, formerly a member of the Swiss Psycho-Analytical Society (Geneva);

II. Dr. R. Averbuch, formerly a member of the Kazan Psycho-Analytical Society;

III. Al. R. Luria, formerly a member of the Kazan Psycho-Analytical Society, now Assistant at the Psychological Institute (University of Moscow);

IV. Dr. B. Friedmann, formerly a member of the Kazan Psycho-Analytical Society;

V. Dr. W. Bjeloussoff, Assistant Physician at the Psychiatrical Clinic, Moscow.

In the autumn of 1923 the work of the Russian Psycho-Analytical Society took the following directions:

I. Scientific Meetings of the Society and its various sections dealing with medicine, education, sociology, and analysis as applied to art. (See below for Reports of Meetings.)

II. Work of the State Psycho-Analytical Institute. This institute was founded at Moscow in 1921 and existed until the autumn of 1923 as a children's home and laboratory on psycho-analytical lines. In the autumn of 1923 its work was extended in various directions and at the present time it carries on the following activities:

1. Scientific psycho-analytical lectures for physicians, educationists, psychologists and students. At present the following lectures are being held at the Institute:

a. Prof. J.

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