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Hadley, E.E. (1932). II. Reports of Proceedings of Societies. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 13:264.

(1932). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 13:264

II. Reports of Proceedings of Societies

Ernest E. Hadley


The American Psycho-Analytical Association met in co-joint assembly with the New York Psycho-Analytical Society at the New York Psycho-Analytic Institute, 324 West Eighty-sixth Street, New York City, on December 29, 1931, with Dr. A. A. Brill, President of both Societies, in the chair. The auditorium was filled to capacity with members and guests. The scientific programme was as follows:

1. Address: by Dr. A. A. Brill.

2. 'Castration Anxiety in the Female': by Dr. Sándor Radó.

3. 'The Theoretical Basis of Psycho-Analytical Treatment': by Dr. Hermann Nunberg.

In view of the fact that Dr. Nunberg was absent on account of illness his paper was read by Dr. Brill.

The only important business before the Society was the submittal of amendments to the Constitution, the purpose of which is the formation of a Central Executive to function among the Psycho-Analytical Societies of America to the end that they may be more closely united and more unified in their policies.

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