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Eissler, R.S. (1954). 107th Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 35:379-400.
(1954). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 35:379-400
107th Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytical Association
Ruth S. Eissler, M.D.
REPORTS FROM THE COMPONENT SOCIETIES
AMERICAN PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION
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I. The Officers of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1951–1953: Robert P. Knight, M.D. (President), Ives Hendrick, M.D. (President-Elect), LeRoy M. A. Maeder, M.D. (Secretary), and William G. Barrett, M.D. (Treasurer), were succeeded on 3 May, 1953, by the following current officers; Ives Hendrick, M.D. (President), Maxwell Gitelson, M.D. (President-Elect), Richard L. Frank, M.D. (Secretary), Robert T. Morse, M.D. (Treasurer).
II. The Members of the Executive Council, as of 3 May, 1953, and currently, are: Ex-Officio Voting: Ives Hendrick, M.D. (President), Maxwell Gitelson, M.D. (President-Elect), Richard L. Frank, M.D. (Secretary), Robert T. Morse, M.D. (Treasurer), LeRoy M. A. Maeder, M.D. (Ex-Secretary). Ex-Officio Non-Voting: William C. Menninger, M.D., M. Ralph Kaufman, M.D., Robert P. Knight, M.D. Elected Councillors at Large: Leo H. Bartemeier, M.D., Grete L. Bibring, M.D., Robert Waelder, Ph.D., Emanuel Windholz, M.D.
III. In December, 1951, 14 new members were elected to active membership in the American Psychoanalytic Association and 50 new members were elected during 1952. During June, 1951, to April, 1953, 11 members died. Dr. Raymond de Saussure resigned in view of his moving to Geneva, Switzerland.
IV. The Western New England Psychoanalytic Society was accepted as an Affiliate Society of the American Psychoanalytic Association as of 11 March, 1952, upon the application of 15 Active Members of the American Psychoanalytic Association, who were also Charter Members of the Society.
V. The American Psychoanalytic Association was incorporated under the laws of the State of New York as of 28 November, 1951.
VI. The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, including the Bulletin of the American
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