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Banerji, M.N. (1933). Indian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:521-523.

(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:521-523

Indian Psycho-Analytical Society

M. N. Banerji

Supplement to 1932

March 20, 1932.

1. Discussion of Dr. Karen Horney's paper on 'Premenstrual Psychic Disturbances'.

2. Business Meeting: Election to Associate Membership: Mr. Saroj Kumar Chowdhuri.

The Secretary reported that Mr. Shyam Swaroop Jalota, M.A., had been recommended by the Council of the Indian Psycho-Analytical Institute as a suitable candidate for training. The President decided that the training-analysis should be undertaken by Mr. Banerji.

The President read Professor Freud's letter of thanks for the Society's congratulations on the occasion of his seventy-fifth birthday and for the gift of the ivory statuette: 'Ananta Bishnumuriti'. It was resolved to place the letter in the Society's archives.

July 31, 1932.

1. The President read Lt.-Colonel Daly's paper: Pre-human Psychic Evolution', a theory of the evolution of man in the pre-glacial, glacial and first post-glacial epochs. The writer traces, in the light of Freud's findings and those of other psycho-analysts, the influence of parallel, i.e. of geological, economic and social, factors upon our pre-human ancestors in the evolution of the human psyche.

2. Business Meeting. Discussion of the letters received by the President of the Indian Psycho-Analytical Society from Professor Freud and the President of the International Psycho-Analytical Association on the subject of the financial difficulties of the International Psycho-Analytical Verlag. The letters were circulated amongst the members of the Society.

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