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Eitingon, M. (1925). II. Reports of the Branch Societies. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:235-236.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:235-236

II. Reports of the Branch Societies

Max Eitingon


Fourth Quarter, 1924

October 11 and 12, 1924. The First German Psycho-Analytical Assembly took place at Würzburg. This meeting was arranged at the suggestion of Abraham (Berlin) and Landauer (Frankfurt-am-Main) and was noticed in greater detail in the last Report.

October 21, 1924. Short communications:

a. Dr. Sachs: Impressions of a traveller in France and England.

b. Dr. Radó: Fragment of a dream.

c. Dr. Abraham: A further determinant of regarding the penis as too small.

November 4, 1924. Dr. Fenichel: (1) An infantile preliminary phase of 'obstinacy unaccompanied by affect'; (2) Notes from the final phase of an analysis.

November 11, 1924. Short communications:

a. Frau Klein: Manifestations of the infantile sense of guilt.

b. Dr. Boehm: An observation of child-life.

c. Dr. Fenichel: The recollection in dreams of material alien to consciousness.

d. Dr. Abraham: Patient's phantasies about the end of the analysis.

November 22, 1924. Account by Dr. Radó of Freud's latest writings: (a) Neurose und Psychose; (b) Der Untergang des Oedipus-komplexes.

December 2, 1924. Short communications:

a. Dr. Simmel: The psychogenesis of schizophrenia.

b. Dr. Benedek: A case of erythrophobia.

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