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Tsushima, K. (1935). Tokio Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 16:261-262.
(1935). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 16:261-262
Tokio Psycho-Analytical Society
Kanji Tsushima, M.D.
Report for the Year 1934
Regular bi-monthly meetings of the Society, in addition to weekly Study Meetings for a group outside the organization, are held.
July 19, 1934. Extraordinary General Meeting. The question of establishing in Japan a new local Branch Society of the International Psycho-Analytical Association, to be known as the Sendai Psycho-Analytical Society, with Professor Kiyoyasu Marui of the Tohoku Imperial University as its promoter; the newly organized society to be co-equal with the previously founded Japan Psycho-Analytical Society; in consequence it becomes more appropriate for the latter henceforth to assume the name Tokio Psycho-Analytical Society. Dr. Ernest Jones' letters containing suggestions and instructions relative to the question and also Professor Marui's communication were submitted for discussion, together with the President's recommendation for acceptance of the proposal, which was unanimously passed.
Election of Associate Members: Nagatoshi Saito, a student of Urawa Higher School; Tsutomu Tago, a graduate of Showa Medical College; Sueo Toda, a graduate of the Waseda University; and Nadamitsu Yabe, a graduate of the Rikkyo University, all of whom have received personal analysis. The name of one regular Member, Mr. Akiya Nasu, now deceased, was removed.
September 20, 1934. Y. K. Yabe: 'A Case of Sleep-phobia'. Insomnia of five years' duration, in a man aged 49, was cured by a psychiatrist, so that he was able to sleep seven hours a night on an average. Other symptoms, however, such as anxiety, hypochondriacal fears and various forms of obsession, had increased or made an appearance. Analysis revealed strong castration fear; sleep in the patient's unconscious was equated to death.
October 4, 1934. Various cases of depersonalization and dissociation were reported and discussed by many members in the light of the papers 'The Psycho-Analysis of the Uncanny' by Edmund Bergler, and 'Depersonalization in Relation to Erotization of Thought' by C. P. Oberndorf (this JOURNAL, Vol. XV, Parts 2 and 3).
November 1, 1934. Continued discussion of the problem of depersonalization.
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