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Banerji, M.N. (1925). Indian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 6:526.

(1925). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 6:526

Indian Psycho-Analytical Society

M. N. Banerji, M.S

First Quarter, 1925

January 25, 1925. Annual meeting. The annual report for 1924 was adopted and the Society's officers and committee for 1925 were elected as follows: President: Dr. G. Bose, D.Sc., M.B.; Secretary: Dr. M. N. Banerji, M.Sc.; Committee Members: Dr. N. N. Sen Gupta, M.A., Ph.D., and Mr. G. Bora, B.A.

March 29, 1925. The President read the first part of his essay on 'The nature of the wish'. A communication on hysterical conversion, written in Bengali and sent by Dr. Sarasilal Sarkar, was read and discussed. Informal meetings, to which guests were invited, to consider various subjects relating to psycho-analysis, were held on most Saturday evenings at the President's house.

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