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Endtz, A. (1926). Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:289-290.

(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:289-290

Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society

A. Endtz

Fourth Quarter, 1925

October 17, 1925. The following were elected members of the Training Committee: Professor Dr. G. Jelgersma, Dr. J. H. W. van Ophuijsen and Dr. F. P. Muller.

Dr. van Emden and Dr. van Ophuijsen gave an account of the Homburg Congress.

November 28, 1925. (a) Dr. J. E. G. van Emden: The spider in symbolism and folk-lore. (Paper read at the Homburg Congress.)

(b) A. Endtz: A clinical case-history. The speaker reported the case of an old woman, a patient in an institution, who hallucinated that she possessed a male genital, which took the form of a godlike individual named 'Piepie'. She herself was the mother of this individual, which was nurtured and influenced by means of magical gestures. Further, her whole body had turned into the genital; she called herself the Trinity or the lily.

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Endtz, A. (1926). Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:289-290

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