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Eitingon, M. (1926). I. Announcement of the International Training Commission. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:285-285.
(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:285-285
I. Announcement of the International Training Commission
In accordance with the decision taken at the Homburg Congress, every Branch Society of the International Psycho-Analytical Association is to select a Training Committee, to consist of not more than seven members. Dr. M. Eitingon, President of the International Training Commission, has up till now received the following reports with reference to the carrying out of this resolution:
Training Committee of the Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society: Drs. Abraham, Eitingon (President), Frau Horney, Müller-Braunschweig (Secretary), Radó, Sachs and Simmel. (Elected at the General Meeting on January 27, 1925.)
Training Committee of the British Psycho-Analytical Society: Dr. Bryan, Mr. Flügel, Drs. James Glover, Ernest Jones and Rickman.
Training Committee of the Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society: Drs. Ferenczi (President), Hermann, Hollós, Frau Kovács, Lévy and Roheim. (Elected in October, 1925.)
Training Committee of the Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society: Professor Dr. Jelgersma, F. P. Muller, Dr. van Ophuijsen. (Elected on October 17, 1925.)
Training Committee of the New York Psycho-Analytical Society: Drs. Ames, Blumgart, Kardiner, Meyer, Oberndorf (President), Polon and Williams.
Training Committee of the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society: Drs. Bernfeld (Vice-President), Frau Deutsch (President), Fräulein Freud (Secretary), Drs. Hitschmann, Nunberg, Reich, Reik. (Elected in January, 1925, and October, 1925.)
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