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(1943). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 12:451.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:451


The SAN FRANCISCO PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY held its semi-annual meeting on April 17th and 18th, 1943, and the scientific program was as follows: Dr. S. Bernfeld: Early Psychosomatic Theories of Freud; Dr. E. Simmel: Self-Preservation and Death Instinct; Dr. M. Romm: Aggression in Fetishism; Dr. O. Fenichel: Theory and Therapy of Neuroses; Symposium on the Clinical and Therapeutic Aspects of 'Acting Out', Moderator, Dr. E. Windholz, Discussants, Dr. D. Macfarlane, Mrs. O. Fenichel, Dr. E. Simmel, and others; Dr. J. Kasanin: The Acceleration of Psychoanalysis Through the Mediation of War; Capt. Joseph C. Solomon, M.C.: Observations on Emotional Reactions to Battle Situations; Dr. E. Simmel: Reflections on Soldiers' Morale and Military Discipline.

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