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Solms, M. Turnbull, O. (2001). London (Anna Freud Centre, Neuro-Psychoanalysis Project). Neuropsychoanalysis, 3(2):272.
(2001). Neuropsychoanalysis, 3(2):272
London (Anna Freud Centre, Neuro-Psychoanalysis Project)
Mark Solms and Oliver Turnbull
The main event on our calendar over the past year was the Second International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Congress (see report by Susan Loden, on pp. 263-266 of this issue of the Bulletin). This is the last time that our Centre will host the International Neuro-PsychoanalysisSociety's congress: From 2002 onward, the congress will be hosted by Neuro-Psychoanalysis Centre, which the Society's governing committee established largely for this purpose. The Neuro-Psychoanalysis Centre will rent space from us, and continue to share staff with us. We wish them everything of the best in their growing independent structures.
Another major event on our calendar was the interdisciplinary dialogue announced in our last report: “Neuropsychiatric and Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Child and Adolescent Disorders” (see Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 2(2):288-289 for details).
One of our main strengths has continued to be our empirical research program. Mark Solms and Oliver Turnbull, with the assistance of Catherine O'Brien and Maxine Skudowitz (research assistants) and the Centre's M.Sc. students, have conducted various studies into neuropsychoanalytical aspects of dreaming in children, dreaming in non-REM sleep, anosognosia, confabulation, and other topics. We are currently writing a number of papers for this journal and others.
The lecture series mentioned in previous reports (A Beginner's Guide to the Brain), which continues to be available on video (firstname.lastname@example.org) is about to be published in book format under the title The Brain and the Inner World: An Introduction to the Neuroscience of Subjective Experience (Solms and Turnbull, Karnac Books/Other Press).
The administrative brain behind our project is the much loved Paula Barkay, the project coordinator.
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