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Stern, A. (1925). II. Reports of the Branch Societies—The American Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:357-357.
(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:357-357
II. Reports of the Branch Societies—The American Psycho-Analytical Association
The mid-year meeting of the American Psycho-Analytical Association was held on December 28, 1924, at the Fraternity Club House, New York City. Afternoon and evening sessions were held, both well attended by members and guests.
Members present were Drs. Ames, Asch, Brill, Jelliffe, Kempf, Oberndorf, Stern, Kardiner, Meyer, Glueck, Polon and Stragnell, of New York; Burrow, Chapman and Chapman, of Baltimore; Coriat and Peck, of Boston; Hamill, of Chicago; Smeltz and Wholey, of Pittsburg; Menninger, of Topeka; Hutchings, of Utica State Hospital, New York. Dr. I. H. Coriat presided.
Following the opening address by the President, the following papers were read in the afternoon session:
1. An organismic interpretation of consciousness: Dr. Trigant Burrow, of Baltimore.
2. Varieties of repression: Dr. H. S. Sullivan, of Baltimore.
3. Recent advances in psycho-therapy: Dr. A. Polon, of New York.
At the evening session were read the following papers:
1. Psycho-analysis in art: Dr. Gregory Stragnell, of New York.
2. The transference: Dr. Ralph Hamill, of Chicago.
3. What is a cure in psycho-analysis: Dr. Bernard Glueck, of New York.
An active and interesting discussion, partaken of by a majority of the members present, followed the reading of the papers.
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