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Matthis, I. (2003). Bulletin 9: Introduction. Neuropsychoanalysis, 5(2):235.

(2003). Neuropsychoanalysis, 5(2):235

Bulletin of the International Society for Neuro-Psychoanalysis - Edited by Irene Matthis

Bulletin 9: Introduction

Iréne Matthis

In this ninth bulletin of our journal I am happy to present three new neuro-psychoanalysis groups, from Finland, Mexico, and the Northwestern States of the United States, respectively. We wish them welcome in the steadily growing society. We now have more than 25 groups working with neuro-psychoanalysis and related issues, and from time to time you will find their reports in this bulletin. In this issue there is also a report from the Fourth International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Congress in New York.

As before, I ask you to contact me if you want to start a group associated with the International Society, and, please, send me reports of your activities. To the reporters these reports might seem simple and not of any great importance, but I know they are appreciated and help people around the world to know and be stimulated by the developments in other places.

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