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Jokl, R.H. (1927). Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 8:563-563.

(1927). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 8:563-563

Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society

R. H. Jokl

Second Quarter, 1927

April 6, 1927:

1. Storfer: A communication on the subject of the Tagebuch eines Halbwüchsigen Mädchens. Proposal by the Verlag to withdraw the work from circulation.

2. Dr. Wittels (guest of the Society): 'The need for punishment and the neurotic process'. Criticism of the discussion on this subject between Reich and Alexander and of the latter's paper,Psychoanalyse der Gesamtpersönlichkeit.

April 20, 1927. Short communications:

1. Jokl: Notes on caricatures drawn by an artist suffering from obsessional neurosis.

2. Frau Dr. Deutsch: Phantasies occurring in intoxication by opium.

3. Dr. Nunberg: On the abandonment of sublimations.

4. Frau Dr. Deutsch: The determination of the subject's destiny during analysis.

May 4, 1927. Dr. Fokschaner: A contribution to the problem of epilepsy.

May 18, 1927. Short communications:

1. Wittels (guest of the Society): Notes on a symbolic painting. (Portrait of Freud by a schizophrenic.)

2. Reik: The sadism of the super-ego.

3. H. Sterba. A case of fetishistic onanism.

4. Nunberg: The sense of guilt and accession of libido.

5. Wittels (guest of the Society): Three poems by Klabund.

June 1, 1927. Doz. Dr. Deutsch: Contributions to the psychogenesis of blepharospasm.

June 15, 1927. Short communications:

1. Tamm: A case of stammering.

2. H. Sterba: A dream at the time of attaining maturity.

3. Frau Sterba-Alberti: Blasphemy and divine retribution.

4. Hitschmann: On frigidity.

5. Federn: The representation of abstract words by sections of dreams.

June 29, 1927. Dr. Bibring: The oral-erotic character.

Business Meeting. Dr. Fritz Wittels (Vienna I, Hohenstanfengasse 9) was elected a full member of the Society.

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