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Hermann, I. (1925). Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:362-363.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:362-363

Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society

Imre Hermann

First Quarter, 1925

January 10, 1925.

a. Frau Alice Balint: The problem of the understanding in the case of Karl Böhm.

b. Dr. I. Hermann: Clinical notes on the case of a woman suffering from (apparent) periodical emotional insensibility and periodical outbreaks of sadism.

c. Dr. S. Lóránd (guest of the Society): The 'thread of life' in Jewish ritual.

d. Dr. S. Pfeifer: (1) A method of recovering lost infantile memories, taking as a starting-point the patient's own child; (2) Flight from the transference.

January 27, 1925. Dr. W. S. Inman (guest of the Society): Application of psycho-analytical knowledge to the treatment of diseases of the eye (paper read in English).

February 7, 1925. General Meeting. The annual report was adopted; the subscription of membership was fixed at 300, 000 crowns; the Council was re-elected and a discussion was held on the possibilities of disseminating psycho-analytical knowledge throughout the country.

February 21, 1925. Dr. I. Hermann: Regressions in the orientation of the ego.

March 7, 1925. Dr. S. Lóránd (guest of the Society): Parturition under hypnosis and the subsequent analysis of the mother.

March 21, 1925. Dr. S. Róheim: The scapegoat.

New Member. —Dr. Sándor Lóránd (at present in Budapest) was elected to membership.

The Society drew up the plan of a course of lectures for physicians, to be held in April and May. A medical journal published in Budapest has refused to co-operate in any way in this connection and gives the following reason for its refusal: 'Our Faculty and, as far as we know, the other Hungarian Universities repudiate so strongly the psycho-analytical theories of Freud and Ferenczi that this journal, as the official organ of the Universities, cannot undertake either to propagate or to discuss these theories' (signed by the Editor).

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