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Eitingon, M. (1925). The American Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:521-522.
(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:521-522
The American Psycho-Analytical Association
The annual meeting of the American Psycho-Analytical Association was held at Richmond, Va., on May 12, 1925. It was well attended by guests and the following members: Drs. Burrow and Taneyhill, of Baltimore; Brill, Glueck, Oberndorf, Stern, of New York; Chapman and Sullivan, of Towson, Md.; Coriat, of Boston; Menniger, of Topeka, Kan.; White, of Washington; and Hutchings, of Utica, N.Y.
The following papers were read:
Psycho-analysis and literature: I. H. Coriat.
Psycho-analytic study of a case of organic epilepsy: K. A. Menninger.
Psycho-analytic improvisations and the personal equation: T. Burrow.
Regression: H. S. Sullivan.
The history of the psycho-analytic movement in America: C. P. Oberndorf.
What is a cure in psycho-analysis: Adolph Stern.
The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President: Dr. T. Burrow.
Secretary: Dr. A. Stern.
Members of the Council: Drs. Brill, Coriat and Taneyhill.
New Member elected: Dr. J. C. Thompson, of Baltimore.
It was voted that article 3 of the By-laws, relative to dues, be enforced for the coming year, so as to include subscription to the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis.
The following abstracts have been made by the Secretary from the abstracts submitted by the authors themselves of their papers:
Abstract of Dr. Coriat's paper. Illustrations of the influence of psycho-analysis on modern literature.
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