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Eitingon, M. (1927). The American Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:445-446.
(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:445-446
The American Psycho-Analytical Association
The third annual winter meeting of the American Psycho-analytical Association was held in New York City, December 26, 1926, with Dr. Adolph Stern presiding. Both afternoon and evening sessions were attended by a large proportion of the members of the association and many guests, bringing the total number at the evening session to over fifty. As the winter meetings are entirely scientific no business session was held. The programme follows:
1. The Problem of Transference: Dr. Trigant Burrow, Baltimore, Md.
2. Psycho-analysis of Personal Relationships: Dr. E. J. Kempf, New York City.
3. Executive Session: Discussion, The Education of Psycho-Analysts. Opened by Dr. William A. White, Washington, D.C.
1. Individualistic Deviations in Psycho-analysis: Dr. Gregory Stragnell, New York.
2. Current Problems in Psycho-analysis: Dr. S. Ferenczi, Budapest.
3. Analysis of the Single Symptom: Dr. Ralph Reed, Cincinnati, Ohio.
C. P. Oberndorf, Secretary.
The Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Psycho-Analytical Association was held at Cincinnati, Ohio, on May 31, 1927, with Dr. Adolph Stern presiding. The following members were present: Drs. Burrow of Baltimore, Glueck of New York, Hutchings of Utica, N.Y., Johnson of Washington, Menniger of Topeka, Oberndorf of New York, Reed of Cincinnati, Smeltz of Pittsburg, Stern of New York, Sullivan of Baltimore, White of Washington and Young of Omaha.
At the afternoon session held in conjunction with the American Psychiatric Association, the following papers were presented: 'Behavioristic versus Psycho-Analytical Concepts, ' Dr. Ralph Reed, Cincinnati; 'Constitutional Tendencies of the Ego, ' Dr. Bernard Glueck, New York.
At the evening session the programme was: 'Autonomy of the "I" from the Standpoint of Group Analysis, ' Dr. Trigant Burrow; 'Submucous Resection as a CastrationSymbol, ' Dr. C. P. Oberndorf, New York.
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