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Bernfeld, S. (1925). Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:106-107.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:106-107

Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society

Siegfried Bernfeld

Second Quarter, 1924

April 9, 1924. Short communications and reports.

a. Dr. Hitschmann: Hirschsprung's disease.

b. Dr. Reich: Twilight-states.

c. Dr. Jokl: Two dreams.

April 30, 1924. Dr. Reich: Report and discussion of papers read at the Eighth Congress held this year at Salzburg.

May 14, 1924. Flora Kraus: Masculine and feminine languages among primitive peoples.

May 28, 1924. Frieda Teller: Development of libido and modification of species.

June 10, 1924. Dr. Reich: Ambivalency, conflict and ego-ideal.

June 24, 1924. Dozent Dr. Schilder: The problem of memory.

The following new members were admitted to the Society: Dr. Robert Wälder (Vienna) and Frau Flora Kraus (Vienna).


Frau Dr. Hug-Hellmuth

On September 9, 1924, in her fifty-third year, Frau Dr. Hermine Hug-Hellmuth, a member of the Vienna Society, of whose services, especially in the field of child-psychology, our readers need no reminder, was murdered by her eighteen-year-old nephew, Rudolph Hug. In a will made a few days before her death, she expressed a desire that no account of her life and work should appear, even in psycho-analytical publications.

Third Quarter, 1924

No meetings were held in this Quarter.

List of Members

1. August Aichhorn, Wien, V., Schönbrunnerstrasse 110.

2. Lou Andreas-Salomé, Göttingen, Herzberger Landstrasse 101.

3. Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, Wien, XIII., Suppégasse 10.

4. Dozent Dr. Felix Deutsch, Wien, I., Wollzeile 33.

5. Dr. Helene Deitsch, Wien, I., Wollzeile 33.

6. Dr. Paul Federn, Wien, I., Riemergasse 1.

7. Dr. Otto Fenichel, Berlin.

8. Dr. Walter Fokschaner, Wien, VI., Kasernengasse 2.

9. Anna Freud, Wien, IX., Berggasse 19.

10. Prof. Dr. Sigm. Freud, Wien, IX., Berggasse 19.

11. Dozent Dr. Josef Friedjung, Wien, I., Ebendorferstrasse 6.

12. Dr. H. von Hattingberg, Berlin.

13. Dr. Eduard Hitschmann, Wien, IX., Währingerstrasse 24.

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