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Meyer, M.A. (1926). The New York Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:293-294.

(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:293-294

The New York Psycho-Analytical Society

Monroe A. Meyer

Second Quarter, 1925

April 28, 1925. (a) Dr. Jelliffe: The psychopathology of epidemic encephalitis. A psycho-analytic approach to the psychopathology of epidemic encephalitis, with special reference to the relation of soma to psyche, a field in which this author has been notably interested and to which he has contributed for many years.

May 26, 1925. (b) Dr. Lehrman: Clinical communication: A 'child is being beaten' phantasy. Material obtained from a schizophrenic girl of nineteen, who because of her psychopathic condition readily submitted elements of this phantasy and data pertaining thereto in a very transparent form.

(c) Dr. Feigenbaum: Clinical communication: Note on a case of anxiety-hysteria. A phobia in the case of a married woman, thirty-three years old, who feared to leave her mother's home. The mere mention of her moving into her own home precipitated crying spells, sinking sensations, tremors, etc. The Oedipus development was interfered with in early childhood, due to a psychopathic father. Identification with this father, also death-ideas toward the mother, were found in the centre of the neurosis.

Dr. Max D. Mayer was elected an associate member.

Third Quarter, 1925

It is the custom of the Society to hold no meetings from June to September inclusive.

Fourth Quarter, 1925

October 27, 1925. Dr. Oberndorf: Recent impressions of the status of psycho-analysis in Europe. This paper dealt essentially with the progress of the Berlin and Vienna psycho-analytic clinics and included a description of their organization, financing, policies and operation. The close affiliation of the Berlin clinic with the teaching organization that trains psycho-analysts was emphasized.

November 24, 1925. Dr. Feigenbaum: Analysis of a case of hysterical depression.

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