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Eitingon, M. (1921). The Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 2:476-477.

(1921). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 2:476-477

The Berlin Psycho-Analytical Society

Max Eitingon

January 6, 1921. Short Communications.

January 20, 1921. Dr. K. Abraham: Contributions to the Theory of the Anal Character.

January 27, 1921. General Meeting.

February 3, 1921. Frau Melanie Klein: Child-Analysis.

February 10, 1921. Discussion on the above paper.

February 17, 1921. Dr. Alexander: Metapsychological Contributions.

February 24, 1921. Discussion on Psycho-Analytical Therapy,

March 3, 1921. Short Communications.

March 10, 1921. General Meeting.

March 17, 1921. Dr. Simmel: On the Psycho-Analysis of Tic.

March 24, 1921. Short Communications.

April 7, 1921. Short Communications.

April 14, 1921. Dr. Sachs: Contributions to Symbolism.

April 21, 1921. Short Communications.

April 28, 1921. Dr. Reik: On the Psychology of Early Christendom.

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