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(1925). Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:358-359.
(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:358-359
Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society
First Quarter, 1925
January 10, 1925. Dr. Reich (Vienna, guest of the Society): The type of character in which 'instinct' is predominant.
January 20, 1925. Short communications:
a. Dr. Hárnik: The transference-resistance in an obsessional neurosis.
b. Dr. Sachs: On the origin of the threat of castration.
c. Dr. Abraham: The repression of the Oedipus complex.
January 27, 1925. General Meeting.
Adoption of the reports of the President, the Treasurer, the Director of the Polyclinic and the Committee for administering the Polyclinic Extension Fund and Expenditure on Training. The outgoing Committee members were re-elected— President: Dr. Abraham; Secretary: Dr. Eitingon; Treasurer: Dr. Boehm.
Dr. Ernest Jones (London) was elected an honorary member of the Berlin Society. Frau Dr. Benedek and Dr. Löwenstein were elected members. Frl. Dr. Salonica Kempner, of the Vienna Society, transferred her membership to the Berlin Society. Cand. med. Rohr has left to join the Moscow Branch.
February 3, 1925. Dr. Schultz-Hencke (guest of the Society): Notes from the analysis of a case of melancholiac depression.
February 14, 1925. Dr. Radó: (1) Review of Freud's paper, 'The economic problem in masochism'; (2) The influence of the Nirvanaprinciple.
The Berlin Psycho-Analytical Institute held a celebration in honour of its fifth anniversary.
February 26, 1925. Short communications:
a. Dr. Sachs: A hypnagogic phantasy.
b. Frau Klein: An analogy between children's phantasies and certain crimes.
c. Dr. Fenichel: (1) The phantasy of the mother's womb and the Oedipus complex; (2) Screen-memories in statu nascendi.
d. Dr. Abraham: The significance of verbal connections in neuroticsymptom-formation.
e. Dr. Alexander: Report of legal proceedings arising out of a case of kleptomania.
March 10, 1925. Dr. Liebermann: A contribution to the problem of the actual occurrence of a trauma in childhood.
March 19, 1925. Continuation of the discussions on:
a. Dr. Radó's paper of February 14, 1925, 'The influence of the Nirvana-principle'.
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