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Volume 57 (1976)

Presidential Message from Professor Serge Lebovici  182
Serge Lebovici
Introduction  182
 
Programme of the Congress: Editorial Comment  183
 
Business Meeting: Comprehensive Summary of Proceedings  183
 
Evaluation Session  192
 
Appendix I—Analysis of Registrants  195
 
Appendix II—Programme of Scientific Events  196
 
Announcement I—30th International Psycho-Analytical Congress, Jerusalem, 1977  197
 
Announcement II—7th Pre-Congress Conference on Training, Jerusalem, 1977  198
 
Announcement III—Tape-Recordings, 29th Congress, London, 1975  198
 
Reports on the 6th Pre-Congress Conference on Training, London, 1975—I. Summary of the 6th Pre-Congressconference on Training: 'The Contribution of Child Analysis to the Training Inadult Analysis'  198
Robert S. Wallerstein, M.D.
Reports on the 6th Pre-Congress Conference on Training, London, 1975—II. A. Commentary on the 6th Pre-Congress Conference on Training  205
Calvin F. Settlage, M.D.
Reports on the 6th Pre-Congress Conference on Training, London, 1975—Iii. Informal Report from the 6th Pre-Congress on Training  211
Mario M. Montessori
Report on the Third Pre-Congress Conference of Candidates, 1975—Formation of an International Psychoanalytical Students Organization  213
 
Summary of Important Activities Within the Association, 1973-75—Report of the Secretary, Prof. Daniel Widlöcher, to the Business Meeting of the Association, July 1975  214
 
Constitution and Byelaws of the International Psycho-Analytical Association—As Accepted at the 29th Congress of the International Psycho-Analytical Association Held at London, July 1975  249
 
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