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Pfeffer, A. (2000). The New York Psychoanalytic Institute: Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis. Neuropsychoanalysis, 2(1):109.
    

(2000). Neuropsychoanalysis, 2(1):109

The New York Psychoanalytic Institute: Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis

Arnold Pfeffer, M.D.

Our activities continue to focus mainly on our monthly Saturday morning meetings, which consist in interdisciplinary dialogues on topics of common interest to psychoanalysts and neuroscientists. Some recent meetings:

1.   Christoph Koch presented a paper on consciousness: “The Neural Correlates of Consciousness” (November 13, 1999).

2.   Douglas Watt presented an alternative point of view on the same topic: “Brainstem Mechanisms of Consciousness and Emotion” (December 4, 1999).

3.   John Bargh presented a paper on unconscious mental activity: “The Machine in the Ghost” (January 8, 2000).

4.   Mark Solms presented an overview of the current state of our field: “Emerging Concepts in Neuro-Psychoanalysis” (February 5, 2000).

5.   Todd Sacktor presented a paper on mechanisms of long-term potentiation: “Freud, Fruit-Flies, and Phosphorylation: Evolutionarily Conserved Molecular Mechanisms for Long-Term Memory and Their Implications for Psychoanalysis” (April 1, 2000).

6.   Carlo Semenza presented a paper on the relationship between psychoanalysis and neuropsychology: “Methodological and Theoretical Compatibilities between Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Neuropsychology” (May 6, 2000).

7.   Howard Shevrin will present a paper on neurophysiological correlations of dynamic unconscious processes: title to be announced (June 3, 2000).

The edited proceedings of these meetings will be published in due course, in a forthcoming monograph series to be published by International Universities Press: Neuro-Psychoanalytic Dialogues.

Our Center continues to expand its activities on various fronts, as described in previous reports. Ongoing details will be provided in future reports. We particularly wish to remind readers that scholarships are available for young neuroscientists wishing to undertake full clinical training in psychoanalysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.

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