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Bryan, D. (1926). British Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:287-289.
(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:287-289
British Psycho-Analytical Society
Fourth Quarter, 1925
October, 7, 1925. Annual General Meeting of Members. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President: Dr. Ernest Jones.
Hon. Treasurer: Dr. W. H. B. Stoddart.
Hon. Secretary: Dr. Douglas Bryan.
Mr. J. C. Flügel and Dr. James Glover were elected members of the Council.
The following associate member was elected a member: Mr. A. G. Tansley.
Dr. W. Inman, 22, Clarendon Road, Southsea, and Mr. R. O. Kapp, 25, Randolph Crescent, London, W. 9, were elected associate members.
The following new rule was adopted: 'The Society may not make any dividend, gift, division, or bonus in money unto or between any of its members'.
The Secretary reported that the Society now consisted of twenty-seven members, twenty-seven associate members, and three honorary members. One associate member had resigned, and one associate member was not re-elected.
Change of Address: Dr. Douglas Bryan, 35, Queen Anne Street, London, W. 1.
October 21, 1925. Dr. John Rickman: A psychological factor in prolapse of uterus and perineal rupture. A married nulliparous anæsthetic woman dreaded lest she should squeeze and so destroy her husband's penis. Defæcation brought the same type of dread to her mind. The perineum became lax. Prolapse of uterus diagnosed. Pessary treatment was prescribed, but she was convinced it would be useless. Analysis revealed the desire to have a protruding genital, the gynæcologist's treatment thus thwarted her unconscious wishes.
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