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Oberndorf, C.P. (1925). The New York Psycho-Analytic Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:242-243.
(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:242-243
The New York Psycho-Analytic Society
C. P. Oberndorf
Annual Report, 1924
During the past year the monthly meetings of the New York Psycho-Analytic Society have had a fairly full attendance, but the Society has not engaged actively in propaganda or educational work. The April meeting was the only one open to the public at large. The first meeting after the summer's vacation showed an unusually full attendance, which augurs well for the coming year.
The following are the programmes for the past year:
85 th Meeting, January 29, 1924.
Case presentation: Dr. Marion Kenworth.
Excerpts from a psycho-analytic case: Dr. A. Polon. 86 th Meeting, February 26, 1924.
A childhood accident: Dr. Adolph Stern.
Excerpts from a case: Dr. D. D. Schoenfeld. 87 th Meeting, March 25, 1924.
Traumatic neuroses: Dr. C. P. Oberndorf.
Schizoid and syntonic factors in the psycho-neuroses: Dr. A. A. Brill.
88 th Meeting, April 29, 1924.
Psycho-analysis and the social problem: Dr. F. E. Williams. 89 th Meeting, May 27, 1924.
Essentials of psycho-analytic therapy: Dr. Otto Rank. 90 th Meeting, October 28, 1924.
Symbolism of two coins: Dr. C. P. Oberndorf.
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