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Montessori, M.M. (1966). Report of the 24th International Psycho-Analytical Congress. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 47:82-104.
(1966). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 47:82-104
Report of the 24th International Psycho-Analytical Congress
M. M. Montessori
The Twenty-fourth International Psycho-Analytical Congress was held in Amsterdam, from Sunday, 25 July to Friday, 30 July, 1965, at the RAI Building, Internationaal Congrescentrum. The meeting was held under the auspices of the Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society, which received the Congress members at an Informal Get-together in the RAI in the evening of Sunday, 25 July.
In respect to scientific meetings, hotel accommodation and special events, the Association is indebted to the Netherlands Government and the Municipality of Amsterdam; to Dr J. H. Thiel, Chairman of the Congress Organizing Committee; and to the Programme Committee, its Chairman Dr Robert Knight and its Secretary Dr Henry Wexler.
The Congress members were entertained at an Official Reception given by the Netherlands Government and the Municipality of Amsterdam at the Rijksmuseum, on Monday, 26 July. The Congress members were able to make a number of interesting excursions, and, on Friday evening, after the conclusion of the Congress, were entertained at a Farewell Party, held by the Dutch Society, at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel.
The International Psycho-Analytical Association expresses its great appreciation to the colleagues of the Dutch Psycho-Analytical Society and to all others who cooperated in helping to make the Amsterdam Congress a most successful and happy experience.
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