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Radó, S. (1926). Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:531-532.
(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:531-532
Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society
First Quarter, 1926
January 23, 1926. General Meeting.
The reports of the Council, the Director of the Polyclinic, the Training Committee, the Treasurer and the 'Committee for the Administration of the Scholarship Fund' were read and adopted. The subscription for membership was fixed at 60 marks a year, to include the subscription for the Zeitschrift and Imago.
The following associate members were elected to full membership: Dr. med. Hans Lampl, Dr. med. Heinrich Meng (Stuttgart), and Frau Ada Müller-Braunschweig. Dr. med. Otto Fenichel transferred his membership from the Vienna Society. Dr. med. Alfred Gross (Berlin-Halensee, Küstrinerstrasse 4) was elected an associate member. Frau Alice Bálint resigned from the Berlin Society in order to join the Budapest Society.
Owing to the death of its founder and President, Dr. Karl Abraham, the Society had to elect a new President. In the discussions beforehand Dr. Max Eitingon, the Director of the Polyclinic and Secretary of the Society, was unanimously proposed. When it was ascertained that he did not wish to accept office, the following were appointed to the Council: President, Dr. Simmel; Secretary, Dr. Radó; Treasurer, Frau Dr. Horney. The following were appointed members of the Training Committee: President, Dr. Eitingon; Secretaries, Frau Horney, Dr. Müller-Braunschweig, Drs. Radó, Sachs and Simmel. The following were appointed to the Scholarship Fund Committee: Drs. Boehm, Hárnik and Liebermann.
January 26, 1926. Rechtsauwalt Dr. Hugo Staub (guest of the Society): Psycho-Analysis and penal law.
February 9, 1926. Continuation of the discussion on Psycho-Analysis and penal law.
At the Business Meeting Frau Dr. med. Elisabeth Naef (Berlin, W. 62, Lutherstrasse 6), was elected an associate member.
February 20, 1926. Dr. Erwin Cohn (guest of the Society): Lassalle as a leader.
March 2, 1926. Short communications:
Dr. Walter Cohn (guest of the Society): An account of Freud's recent supplement to the interpretation of dreams.
Frau Klein: a. Two corresponding mistakes in a school-exercise. b. Ideas which a five-year-old boy associated with the methods by which he was educated.
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