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Hadley, E.E. (1933). The American Psycho-Analytical Association—(A Federation of the American Psycho-Analytical Societies). Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:286-287.

(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:286-287

The American Psycho-Analytical Association—(A Federation of the American Psycho-Analytical Societies)

Ernest E. Hadley

The Twenty-ninth Meeting of the American Psycho-analytical Association was held at the New York Psycho-analytical Institute, 324 West 86th Street, New York City, on December 27, 1932. Dr. A. A. Brill, the Permanent President of the Association, presided at each session. The programme was as follows:

Morning Session

Dr. Isador Coriat: Totemism in Prehistoric Man.

Dr. Sandor Lorand: A Contribution to the Psychology of the Inventor.

Dr. Sandor Rado: Narcissus the Lover: a Contribution to the Psychology of Love.

Afternoon Session

Dr. Lillian D. Powers: Problems in Technique.

Dr. Harry Stack Sullivan: Hypochondriasis and Schizophrenia: a note on the Medical Specialist and the Incipiently Psychotic.

Dr. Gregory Zilboorg: Constitutional Factors and Psycho-analysis.

Business Session

The Business Session was called to order by Dr. Brill at the close of the afternoon programme. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The Resolution of the International Psycho-analytical Congress in regard to the Federation was read by the Secretary. The report of the Executive Council meeting on December 26 was then made. The Council recommended with unanimous approval the changes indicated in the Resolution, viz. the addition of the sub-title 'A Federation of the American Psycho-analytical Societies' and the dissolution of the 'Member-at-Large' status by such alterations and omissions as would properly amend the constitution.

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