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Luria, A. Schmidt, W. (1927). Russian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:454-455.

(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:454-455

Russian Psycho-Analytical Society

Al. Luria and Wera Schmidt

Second, Third and Fourth Quarters, 1926

April 15, 1926. Wera Schmidt: Paper on Das Ich und das Es. Part I.

April 22, 1926. Dr. Bernstein: The problem of the form and the scheme in modern psychology. A sharp distinction must be drawn between the form and the scheme. The first is determined quantitatively; the second qualitatively, or topologically.

May 13, 1926. Dr. Winogradow: A case in which the patient, acting on an obsessive impulse, burnt herself to death. The writer thought that in this case—that of a girl whom an obsessional impulse drove to commit suicide by burning—illustrates the isolated operation of the destructive instinct.

May 27, 1926. Dr. Friedman: Paper on Das Ich und das Es. Part II.

June 3, 1926. Wera Schmidt: Children's questions about the origin of human beings. The gradual development in children of the interest in sex was illustrated by a number of observations. The writer also laid down certain pædagogic principles for the training and enlightenment of children in matters of sexuality.

September 29, 1926. Business Meeting.

October 8, 1926. Dr. M. W. Wulff: The economics of psychic processes. (Compiled from various sources.)

October 15, 1926. Dr. Wnukow: On the psychology of reactive states. The speaker discussed certain cases arising out of forensic psychiatry.

October 28, 1926.

1. Dr. Wulff: Hate and the death instinct. (Compiled from various sources.)

2. Dr. Friedmann: Does psycho-analysis contradict dialectic materialism?

November 4, 1926. Wera Schmidt: The development of the epistemophilic instinct in a child.

November 11, 1926. W. Rohr: Hegel and Freud.

November 18, 1926. Professor S. Liwschiz (guest of the Society): Hypno-analysis.

November 25, 1926. Short communications:

1. Dr. Friedmann: A symptom which indicates a connection between anal erotism and homosexuality.

2. W. Rohr: A typist's parapraxis.

3. Frau Dr. A. Rohr: Disease amongst primitive peoples.

December 2, 1926. Joint meeting with the Hypnological Society. Discussion on Professor S. Liwschiz's paper.

December 9, 1926. Professor Kannabich: The pseudological disposition (account of an article by Dr. Judin).

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