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(1927). Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:116-117.

(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:116-117

Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society

Second Quarter, 1926

April 10, 1926. The meeting began with the announcement of the death of our late member, Dr. Adolphe Meyer. The President, Dr. van Emden, spoke in appreciation of the great services which Dr. Meyer rendered to psycho-analysis, both by acting for seven years as Secretary of the Society and by his scientific contributions and critical writings.

1. Dr. A. Stärcke: Dancing, beating, kissing, etc. The part played in certain activities by the destructive impulse. (This paper has been published in Imago, 1926.)

2. Dr. J. H. W. van Ophuijsen made several clinical communications and, further, attempted to interpret psycho-analytically some dreams published by Professor van Rijnberk in the Nederlandsch Tijdschrift vor Geneeskunde. The author believes that these dreams are based on the symbolic elaboration of the rhythmic beating of the heart. Dr. van Ophuijsen also discussed the psycho-analytical film entitled 'The Secrets of a Soul.'

May 8, 1926. The meeting was devoted to the celebration of Professor Freud's seventieth birthday.

Professor Dr. G. Jelgersma paid a tribute to the services rendered by Freud to science.

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