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Radó, S. (1927). German Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:561-562.
(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:561-562
German Psycho-Analytical Society
Second Quarter, 1927
April 5, 1927. Frau Dr. Lampl de Groot: On the evolution of the Oedipus complex in women.
Business Meeting. Dr. August Watermann (Hamburg, Colonnaden 18) was elected an associate member.
April 26, 1927. Short communications:
1. Dr. Hárnik: Two dreams dreamt by children.
2. Dr. Böhm: A feminine phantasy in a man.
3. Dr. Fenichel: a. The sense of guilt and the need for punishment. b. Wit in dreams.
May 3, 1927. (1) Frau Dr. Horney: Report of the Second General Psychotherapeutical Congress, held at Nauheim. (2) Dr. Simonson: The relation of time and space to dream-work.
May 17, 1927. Evening devoted to discussion on technique.
Subject for discussion: The danger of breaking off psycho-analytic treatment prematurely. The discussion was opened by Dr. Hárnik. The following members spoke: Drs. Alexander, Sachs, Böhm, Eitingon, Radó, Simmel, Müller-Braunschweig.
May 24, 1927. Extraordinary General Meeting. The Society resolved to adopt the 'Proposals for the regulation of the formation and activities of subsidiary associations [of workers] within the German Psycho-Analytical Society'.
Frau Dr. Elisabeth Naef was elected a full member of the Society.
Dr. Radó read a paper on a case of cerebral tumour which presented itself under the guise of a psycho-neurosis.
May 31, 1927. Dr. Fenichel: Psycho-analytical investigation of the way in which gymnastics produce their effect.
June 18, 1927. Dr. Erich Fromm (Heidelberg.
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