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Freud, A. (1933). I. Report of Proceedings of Societies. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:285-286.
(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:285-286
I. Report of Proceedings of Societies
THE AMERICAN PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION 1932
The Twenty-seventh Meeting of the American Psycho-analytical Association was held at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia, on June 2 and 3, 1932.
The Business Session was held at 5 p.m. on June 2. Dr. A. A. Brill presided. The proposed amended constitution was adopted, and Drs. Blitzsten, Hadley, McCord, Oberndorf, and Zilboorg were appointed to a Committee on By-laws, Dr. Brill being the Chairman ex officio. The Committee was instructed to prepare By-laws for approval of the Council and presentation at the next meeting of the Association. Dr. A. A. Brill was elected as Permanent President. Dr. William A. White was elected Vice-President and Dr. Ernest E. Hadley was re-elected Secretary-Treasurer. Under the reorganization the American Psycho-analytical Association becomes the Executive and organizing body of the American Psycho-analytical Societies. The local Societies first federated in the Association are the Baltimore-Washington Psycho-analytical Society, the Chicago Psycho-analytical Society and the New York Psycho-analytical Society. The Executive Councillors elected by the respective Societies are Ernest E. Hadley (Baltimore-Washington group), Lionel N. Blitzsten (Chicago group) and Gregory Zilboorg (New York group).
The private session on the evening of June 2 was opened by the President, Dr. A. A. Brill, and later presided over by the senior Councillor, Dr. R. H. Hutchings. The well-attended programme was as follows:
Dr. Clinton P. McCord: Further Comments on Child Analysis in America.
Dr. Isador Coriat: The Dynamics of Stammering.
Dr. Lawrence Kubie: The Genesis of Life-long Transvestite Tendencies in a Girl of Fifteen.
At the Joint Session with the American Psychiatric Association on the morning of June 3 the spacious Rose Garden was filled to capacity. Dr. Hutchings again presided, when the President of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. William L.
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