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Hermann, I. (1926). Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:535-536.

(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:535-536

Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society

Imre Hermann

First Quarter 1926

January 9, 1926. The meeting began with the announcement of the death of Dr. Karl Abraham, late President of the International Psycho-Analytical Association. Dr. S. Ferenczi, President of the Hungarian Society, paid a tribute to the services rendered to science by Dr. Abraham and to his distinguished personal qualities and the tact and firmness with which he had directed the International Association. Dr. Ferenczi told the meeting that he had been present at the funeral ceremonies in Berlin, and, as representing Professor Freud, had given a short valedictory address. The Hungarian Society recorded its sympathy with Dr. Abraham's family and laid a wreath on the coffin of the Association's honoured leader.

Dr. W. Reich (Vienna): Psychic disturbances of orgasm.

January 23, 1926. Business meeting. The arrangements for conducting the Society's business were revised in accordance with statutory requirements. Dr. S. Pfeiffer, as the third Committee member, was appointed Treasurer. The Training Committee entered on its work.

February 6, 1926. Dr. jur. G. Dukes (guest of the Society): A new theory of penal law. (Th. Reik's theory considered and criticized.)

February 20, 1926. Clinical communications:

Dr. Michael Bálint:

a. A case of agoraphobia accompanied by extrasystole.

b. The analytical interpretation of gastric symptoms.

c. Immediate identification with a deceased person.

Dr. S. Pfeiffer: Anal-oral relations in a case of disturbance of speech.

Dr. I. Hermann: Notes from the analyses of a stammerer.

March 13, 1926. Dr. S. Ferenczi: The problem of the acceptance of unpleasant ideas.

March 27, 1926: Dr. M. J. Eisler: The biological meaning of reflexes and their disturbance in tabes dorsalis.

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