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(1951). News, Notes and Comments. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 32:269.

(1951). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 32:269

News, Notes and Comments

17 th International Psycho-Analytical Congress, Amsterdam, August 5–9, 1951. The Scientific Programme of the Congress will include approximately thirty-five papers read by individual members. These, as usual, come from rather wide sources—Berlin, Japan, Jerusalem, London, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, Vienna, Zurich, Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco. Two Symposia have now definitely been arranged: (1) Mutual Influences in the Development of Ego and Id. Dr. W. Hoffer (London) and Dr. Heinz Hartmann (New York) will open the Symposium and the following will contribute as discussants: Miss Anna Freud (London), Dr. Edward Bibring (Boston), Mrs. Melanie Klein (London), Dr. Sacha Nacht (Paris), Dr. Herman Nunberg (New York), Dr. W. Clifford M. Scott (London), Dr. H. G. van der Waals (Amsterdam); (2) Re-evaluation of the Rôle of the Oedipus Complex. Dr. Jeanne Lampl-de Groot (Amsterdam), Dr. Paula Heimann (London) and Dr. H. A. van der Sterren (Amsterdam) will introduce the subject and the discussion will be open to members from the floor.

25 th Anniversary of the Opening of the London Clinic of Psycho-Analysis and of the Institute of Psycho-Analysis' premises at 96 Gloucester Place, W.1. The opening of the Clinic took place on May 6, 1926, on the occasion of Professor Sigmund Freud's seventieth birthday. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary, over 140 members and students met in the Institute's rooms at 96 Gloucester Place, W.

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