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Meyer, M.A. (1927). New York Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:119-120.
(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:119-120
New York Psycho-Analytical Society
Monroe A. Meyer
Second Quarter, 1926
April 27, 1926. Dr. L. Pierce Clark: A psycho-analytic study of the nature of the idiot.
In this paper a therapeutic procedure was described that consisted mainly in a bestowal of libido, then influencing the subject to meet the problems of the environment more adequately. The theoretical part of the paper described idiocy as an ego-neurosis.
Dr. Hallock was reinstated to membership.
Drs. Eidson, Hensie and Lorand were elected to associate membership.
Resolutions on the death of Dr. Polon were read and adopted.
The Society officially endorsed the request for a charter for the proposed New York Psycho-Analytic Clinic.
May, 1926. Dr. J. B. Solley: A case of affectepilepsy.
Dr. Solley described the partial analysis of a case of seizures in a woman patient. The patient reported many traumatic experiences, the nature and quality of which made it suspicious that he was dealing with a pathological liar.
Dr. A. Stern: Clinical communication: A symptomatic act.
During the course of an analysis a patient accidentally broke his pipe. This symptomatic act, induced by an occurrence of the day, had a definite bearing upon the material then being handled in the analysis, viz. revenge upon and liberation from the father. No self-castration associations were elicited in this connection, though the patient did give evidence of its existence from other material.
Dr. M. A. Meyer: Clinical communication: Looking-tic in a small boy.
The case was reported because of certain unusually transparent features in the neurosis.
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