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Freud, A. (1928). The American Psycho-Analytic Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 9:275.

(1928). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 9:275

The American Psycho-Analytic Association

Anna Freud

The Fourth Annual Mid-Winter Meeting of the American Psycho-Analytic Association was held in New York City on December 27, 1927, under the presidency of Dr. William A. White, of Washington.

In his Presidential Address Dr. White endorsed the stand which the New York Psycho-Analytic Society had taken in regard to lay analysis, but expressed the hope that in the future some method could be found whereby the invaluable discoveries of psycho-analysis could be made available to the people at large.

Dr. Ernest Hadley, of Washington, D.C., spoke on 'Infantile Sex Organizations in Hay Fever', wherein he traced the origin of the symptom to erogenous sensations connected with sniffling.

Dr. J. H. Cassity, of Washington, spoke on 'Instinct versus Culture in Psycho-Analysis.'

Dr. H. S. Sullivan, of Towson, Maryland, spoke on 'Intramural Practice of Psycho-Analysis'. Dr. Sullivan outlined the various difficulties experienced in psycho-analytic practice in a closed institution, especially with the personnel, but he felt that transference could be obtained and handled intramurally in a satisfactory manner, if not quite as successfully as in extramural practice.

No business session was held. The attendance included not only an unusually large proportion of the active members, but also nearly one hundred physicians who came as guests.

C. P. Oberndorf, M.D., Secretary.

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