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Montessori, M.M. (1967). 130th Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytical Association. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 48:332-351.

(1967). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 48:332-351

130th Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytical Association

M. M. Montessori


In concordance with the present policy of our Association as expressed in the Incoming Address of our President, Dr P. J. van der Leeuw at the 24th International Congress in Amsterdam, to improve the exchange of information among the Members, it has been decided to publish in future condensed reports of psycho-analytical conventions within different geographical areas which take place between congresses and to which several component organizations concur, as well as the annual reports of the scientific activities of the latter, as far as available.

It has been decided to do so in the second issue of the International Journal in the Congress year, which as a rule appears before the summer, allowing for the Members who meet at the Congress to discuss the material published in the reports with the authors themselves if so desired and if they happen to attend the Congress.

This first initiative is far from complete, but it is hoped that it may start a tradition that will help to enhance the cohesiveness within the Association and that it will be appreciated by the Membership.


180 analysts and candidates in training from Austria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland took part in the conference. The following lectures were given:

A. de Blécourt (Amsterdam): Diagnostics of borderline cases.

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