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B., H.R. (1967). I. Peter Glauber, M.D—1899-1966. Psychoanal Q., 36:588-588.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:588-588

I. Peter Glauber, M.D—1899-1966

H. R. B.

Dr. Glauber, a native of Lithuania, was graduated in medicine from New York University and after five years of general practice served as Resident at Central Islip State Hospital. His analytic training was at the New York Institute where he supervised therapy in the Treatment Center; he was Chief of the Speech Division of University Hospital and consultant to several agencies. Besides widely respected papers on functional speech disorders, he published Specialized Techniques in Psychotherapy (Basic Books, 1952), and Stuttering, A Symposium (Harper, 1958). In 1963-1964 he was President of the Westchester Psychoanalytic Society. He is survived by his wife, Helen, and a son, Neil.

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