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(2013). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(2):217-219.

(2013). Neuropsychoanalysis, 15(2):217-219

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Edited by:
Maria Sonia Goergen

Bulletin 27

Our most recent Congress in Cape Town, on the clinical applications of neuropsychoanalysis, affirmed the value of having invested so many years in our interdisciplinary endeavor. Many colleagues made contributions that changed my way of listening to and thinking about my patients' signs and symptoms, as I'm sure it did for many of you. It is not surprising that a good number of those presenters are affiliated with regional groups; as the four reports in this bulletin demonstrate, regional groups are a vital catalyst for the ongoing consilience process as we explore the connections between neuroscience and psychoanalysis in various ways. We look forward to more news in future issues!

Maria Sonia Goergen

Brazil: Porto Alegre, RS—Southern Brazilian Chapter

This semester was short, and there was too much excitement! Our community accomplished a lot of work in neuropsychoanalysis. We have been invited to coordinate seminars at the Sociedade Brasileira de Psicanalise de Porto Alegre (SBP de PoA). After some discussion, our decision was to study the work of Jaak Panksepp, as the psychoanalysts are interested in broadening their horizons. The Society bought Panksepp's recent book The Archeology of Mind, and we started discussing one of his articles in Neuropsychoanalysis.

We have received very good feedback, and already more people are interested in participating in the following year.

Maria Sonia Goergen

Italy: Neurological Case Discussion Group, Department of Psychology, University of Bologna

The group continues its activity regularly, meeting every two months, for clinical case and research-activity discussions.

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