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Weiss, F.A. (1961). The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychoanal., 21(1):105-105.
(1961). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 21(1):105-105
The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
Frederick A. Weiss, M.D.
The Association continued its growth. Thirteen new Associate Members and four Full Members were elected.
On the occasion of her leaving New York to join the faculty of Dalhousie University, Dr. Elizabeth Kilpatrick, one of our founding members and former President of the Association, was elected Honorary Member in appreciation of her great contribution to the development of psychoanalysis and of this Association.
The Annual Karen Horney Award was given to Dr. S. Rudolphson, of Santiago, Chile, for his paper entitled “A Critique of Horney's Theory of Anxiety.” The Eighth Karen Horney Lecture, preceded by a dinner, was given on March 23, 1960, by Dr. David McK. Rioch on “Recent Contributions of Neuropsychiatric Research to the Theory and Practice of Psychotherapy.” The Academy Meetings dealt with basic aspects of psychoanalysis. The Interval Meetings were mainly devoted to the problem of the development of the self and the origin of neurosis in childhood.
During the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, the Association sponsored a round table on “The Meaning of Suffering in Therapy,” which resulted in a stimulating discussion, including a great variety of psychoanalytic viewpoints. Dr. Alexander Reid Martin was the moderator. The participants were Doctors Irving Bieber, John A. P. Millet, Sandor Rado, Thomas S. Szasz, Bella S. Van Bark, Frederick A. Weiss, and Antonia Wenkart. At the meeting of the Academy of Psychoanalysis, Dr.
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