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Loewald, H.W. (1967). Samuel Novey, M.D—1911-1967. Psychoanal Q., 36:590-590.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:590-590

Samuel Novey, M.D—1911-1967

Hans W. Loewald

Sam Novey died suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack on May 23rd in Baltimore. He had been a training analyst and member of the Education Committee of the Baltimore Institute for many years. A man of exceptional gifts as a clinician and teacher, his psychoanalytic and psychiatric papers, as well as his forthcoming book on the reconstruction of personal history in psychoanalytic treatment, bear witness to the sound originality of his mind, to his scholarship, and his deep and truly critical understanding of the practice and theory of psychoanalysis. He taught at the Baltimore Institute, at Johns Hopkins Medical School, and during the last year of his life, was Director of Training at Sheppard-Pratt Hospital.

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