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Freud, A. (1933). I. Reports of Proceedings of Societies. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:453-459.
(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:453-459
I. Reports of Proceedings of Societies
BRITISH PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL SOCIETY
First Quarter, 1933
January 18, 1933. Short Communications:
1. Dr. Melitta Schmideberg: 'Some Notes on the Technique of early Psycho-Analysis'.
2. Dr. Adrian Stephen: 'A Dream Series'.
3. Dr. Flugel: 'Sense, Function and Perversion: a recent Criticism'.
February 1, 1933. Miss Grant Duff: 'Queen Elizabeth: Virgin'.
February 15, 1933. Short Communications:
1. Miss Sharpe: 'An Alcoholic Phase'.
2. Miss Searl: 'Symbolism and Early Intelligence'.
3. Dr. Melitta Schmideberg: 'Some Factors in Early Development'.
March 1, 1933. Dr. Eder: 'A Clinical Case'.
March 15, 1933. Dr. Ernest Jones: 'The Belief in the Occult'.
Edward Glover, Scientific Secretary.
THE CHICAGO PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL SOCIETY.
Fourth Quarter, 1932
October 5, 1932. The first meeting of the Society was held at the Chicago Institute for Psycho-Analysis.
Dr. Franz Alexander described the plan for the functioning of the Institute, and invited the members of the Chicago Psycho-Analytical Society to participate in the activities of the former.
Dr. Helen McLean was appointed supervisor of the library.
Dr. Menninger proposed that a resolution expressing the feeling of sorrow of the members for the death of Dr. Stewart B. Sniffen be incorporated in the minutes.
October 23, 1932. (Detroit, Michigan.) Dr. Blitzsten: 'The Relation of Psycho-Analysis to Psychiatry'.
November 9, 1932. Dr. Alexander: 'The Relationship of Structural to Instinctual Conflicts'. (Read before the Congress, September, 1932.)
November 23, 1932. Dr. A. Brill (New York): 'The God of Spinoza'. Dr. Brill pointed out the similarity between some of Spinoza's views and psycho-analytic thought, showing how Spinoza recognized the importance of instinctual needs. He also drew an analogy between Spinoza's attitude toward the universe and Freud's concept of 'oceanic feeling'.
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