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(1960). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 29:297.

(1960). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29:297

Notes

At the Twenty-Second Congress of the INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION to be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, from July 31st to August 3rd, 1961, instead of the usual method of asking members to submit titles of individual papers for presentation to the Congress, the Program Committee has selected certain themes from a large number of suggested topics that have been submitted to them, around which they wish to organize symposia and discussions. The following themes have been selected: 1. The superego and the ego ideal. 2. Training for psychoanalysis. 3. Research in psychoanalysis. 4. The psychoanalytic study of thinking. 5. Applied psychoanalysis. 6. The psychoanalytic situation (the setting and the process of treatment). 7. Child analysis. 8. The reclassification of psychopathological states.

Members of the International Psychoanalytic Association who wish to read a paper related to one of the above subjects should notify Miss Cecily de Monchaux, Ph.D., Hon. Secretary, Program Committee, Psychology Department, University College, Gower Street, London, W.C. 1. The inclusion of an outline of the intended contribution will greatly help the Program Committee. Each paper should take about thirty minutes to read.

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