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Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society
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.