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Hermann, I. (1927). Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:119.

(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:119

Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society

Imre Hermann

Second Quarter, 1926

April 10 1926. Dr. B. Totis (guest of the Society): The mental life of women and the diseases to which they are liable.

April 24, 1926. Dr. M. J. Eisler: A neurosis with delusional self-accusations.

May 15, 1926. Dr. S. Hollós: A chapter from the manuscript of the book entitled Abschied vom gelben Haus.

May 29, 1926. Dr. F. Deutsch (Vienna): The bearing of psycho-analysis on angina pectoris.

June 12, 1926. E. M. Franklin (guest of the Society): The connection between epilepsy and the conditioned reflexes, regarded from the psycho-analytical point of view.

On June 5 the Society held a public Jubilee Meeting in honour of Professor Freud. Dr. Ferenczi read a paper on the achievements of psycho-analysis in the sphere of medical science, and Dr. Róheim indicated the importance of its achievements for the mental sciences.

Business Announcement.—Dr. S. Loránt has withdrawn from the local Society.

During the coming winter the Hungarian Psycho-Analytical Society will organize systematic courses of lectures as an introduction to psycho-analysis. The following is the syllabus for November and December:

Dr. I. Hermann: Psycho-Analytical Psychology.

Dr. M. Bálint: The Psycho-Analytical Theory of Instinct.

Dr. G. Róheim: Ethnology. (Course of twelve lectures.)

In January and February these will be followed by a course of clinical lectures by Dr. M. J. Eisler, Dr. S. Hollós and Dr. S. Pfeifer. The subjects of these lectures will be announced later.

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