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Montessori, M.M. (1966). Constitution and Byelaws of the International Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 47:105-111.

(1966). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 47:105-111

Constitution and Byelaws of the International Psycho-Analytical Association

M. M. Montessori

as accepted at the 24th Congress of the International Psycho-Analytical Association held at Amsterdam in 1965

1. Title

The name of the organization shall be 'The International Psycho-Analytical Association', hereinafter referred to as 'The Association.'

2. Definition of Psycho-analysis

The term 'psycho-analysis' refers to a theory of personality structure and function, application of this theory to other branches of knowledge, and, finally, to a specific psychotherapeutic technique. This body of knowledge is based on and derived from the fundamental psychological discoveries made by Sigmund Freud.

3. Objects of the Association

a. To facilitate communication among psycho-analysts and psycho-analytic organizations by means of appropriate publications, scientific congresses and other meetings.

b. To promote training and education standards which will favour the continued development of psycho-analysis.

c. To support the formation and development of psycho-analytic organizations.

4. Location of the Association

The principal office of the Association shall be located in the country of the President.

5. The Composition and Membership of the Association

The Association is composed of Members and Associate Members.

a. Qualifications for Acquiring and Retaining Membership of the Association

i. Membership

A. Component and Provisional Societies

Membership of the Association is automatically granted to members of Component or Provisional Societies under the conditions established by these organizations.

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