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Freud, A. (1934). Reports of Proceedings of Societies. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:363-364.
(1934). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 15:363-364
Reports of Proceedings of Societies
THE AMERICAN PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION
(A FEDERATION OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL SOCIETIES)
The thirty-first meeting of the American Psycho-Analytical Association was held at the Hotel Shoreham, Washington, D.C., on December 26 and 27, 1933. The Permanent President, Dr. A. A. Brill, presided at all sessions. The scientific programme was as follows:—
December 26, 1933 (afternoon). (1) Ross McClure Chapman, M.D.: 'A Memorial to Eleanora Bennett Saunders'; (2) Clara M. Thompson, M.D.: 'An Evaluation of Ferenczi's Relaxation Therapy'; (3) Karen Horney, M.D.: 'Feminine Masochism'.
December 26, 1933 (evening). Sándor Radó, M.D., Moderator: 'The Influence of Masturbation upon the Neuroses' (Round Table Discussion).
December 27, 1933 (morning). Drs. Franz Alexander, Catherine Bacon and George W. Wilson: 'A Symposium on the Influence of Psychological Factors upon Gastro-Intestinal Disturbances'.
December 27, 1933 (afternoon). (1) Bernard Robbins, M.D.: 'A Note on the Significance of Infantile Nutritional Disturbances in the Development of Alcoholism'. (2) Hermann Nunberg, M.D.: 'The Feeling of Guilt'. (3) Edward Liss, M.D.: 'The Question of Play Techniques in Child Analysis'.
The American Psycho-Analytical Association having been incorporated, the Trustees met on the morning of December 26, at which time the Permanent President, Dr. A. A. Brill, and the Executive Councillors were elected Trustees, Directors, or Managers of the Corporation.
The Executive Council approved the qualifications of three additional names from the Boston area for the Charter Membership of the proposed Boston Psycho-Analytical Society. The following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That Drs. I. H. Coriat, Leolita Dalrymple, William Healey, Ives Hendrick, William J. Herman, Ralph Kaufman, Henry A. Murray Jr. John Murray, Martin W.
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