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Freud, A. (1930). American Psycho-Analytic Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 11:242.

(1930). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 11:242

American Psycho-Analytic Association

Anna Freud

The Sixth Annual Mid-winter meeting of the American Psycho-analytic Association was held, in conjunction with the New York Psycho-analytic Society, at the Academy of Medicine, New York City, on December 26, 1929. An informal dinner preceded the meeting. The papers read were as follows: (1) 'Some Remarks on Transference', by Dr. L. E. Emerson, Boston; discussed by Drs. White, Schilder, Zilboorg, Lewin and Sullivan. (2) 'An Observation of Super-ego Formation', by Dr. P. R. Lehrman, New York City; discussed by Drs. Zilboorg, Schilder, Lewin, Wittels, Broadwin, White, Sullivan, Meyer and Emerson. (3) 'The Problem of the Termination of Analysis', by Dr. Dorian Feigenbaum, New York City; discussed by Drs. Glueck, Stern and Brill.

At a short business session which followed the scientific programme, Dr. Brill was authorized to appoint a committee to revise the constitution of the Society.

C. P. Oberndorf, Secretary.

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