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Lehrman, P.R. (1929). New York Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 10:541-544.
(1929). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 10:541-544
New York Psycho-Analytical Society
Philip R. Lehrman
Fourth Quarter, 1928
October 30, 1928. Clinical communications by Drs. Brill, Blumgart, Broadwin, Bunker, Feigenbaum, Lorand.
At the executive session Dr. Stewart Sniffen and Dr. Samuel Parker were elected to Associate Membership.
The Educational Committee reported that a course of lectures was to be given, and that a group of seminars on technique will be arranged for those with sufficient experience. It reported that Dr. Fritz Wittels, of Vienna, wished to co-operate with the Society in its educational programme. A sub-committee consisting of Drs. Stern, Meyer and Kardiner is to function in matters pertaining to the selection and training of candidates.
It was moved and seconded that Dr. Fritz Wittels be invited to read a paper at the next meeting.
The President appointed Dr. Lewin Corresponding Secretary, pro tem.
November 27, 1928. Dr. Fritz Wittels, of Vienna, read a paper on 'The Various Schools of Psychology derived from Psycho-analysis: Jung, Watson, Adler and the Configurationists'. The paper dealt in an enlightening way on the theoretical necessities out of which the departures of Jung and Adler arose, and showed how these two were really abortive and hasty attempts to work out the problem which Freud has since done in his works from Totem and Tabu to Hemmung, Symptom u. Angst. The thing they were working toward was a scientific conception of the super-ego. Neither the Adlerian conception of the 'Social Feeling' or Jung's 'Racial Unconscious' fills the needs which the Freudian 'Super-Ego' does.
At the Executive session it was decided that the December meeting be held in joint session with the American Psycho-Analytical Association.
First Quarter, 1929
January 29, 1929. Clinical communications by Drs. Lorand, Oberndorf and Stern.
As there was no quorum, the Executive Session was postponed.
February 28, 1929. Dr. A. Kardiner read a paper on 'The Psychogenesis of a Depression'.
At the Executive Session Drs. Henry Alden Bunker and George E. Daniels were elected to Associate Membership. The following Associate Members were elected to Active Membership: Dr. Oswald H.
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