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(1934). French Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:367-368.

(1934). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 15:367-368

French Psycho-Analytical Society

Fourth Quarter, 1933

October 17, 1933. Dr. R. Laforgue: "Some Aspects of Resistance'.

Election of Associate Members: M. Chantrier and M. Schlumberger.

November 21, 1933. Dr. H. Staub: 'Analysis of Resistances and of Character'.

November 30, 1933.

1. Business Meeting. Programme of work for the Paris Psycho-Analytical Institute (137 Boulevard St. Germain, Paris (Ve)). Courses in theory will begin on January 15, 1934, and will be given by the following: Dr. R. Allendy, Mme. M. Bonaparte, Drs. A. Borel, M. Cénac, R. Laforgue, Leuba, R. Loewenstein, Mme. S. Morgenstern, Drs. S. Nacht, Ch. Odier, G. Parcheminey, P. Schiff and Mme. E. Sokolnicka.

The Eighth Congress of French Psycho-Analysts will take place on December 18 and 19, 1933, in Paris. It will be held at 1 Rue Cabaur, in the lecture theatre of the Clinic of the Faculty of Medicine for Mental Diseases.

2. M. R. de Saussure and M. J. Piaget: 'Points of Convergence and Divergence between Psycho-Analysis and the Genetic Psychology of Intelligence'.

First Quarter, 1934

January 17, 1934. Drs. Ch. Odier, R. Laforgue and R. Loewenstein: 'The Analysis of Resistances in the Analysis of Character'.

February 20, 1934. Election of Officers for 1934: President, Dr. A. Borel; Vice-President, Mme. Marie Bonaparte; Secretary, Dr. J. Leuba; Treasurer, M. Frois-Wittmann.

S. Nacht, Secretary.

March 17, 1934. The meeting was devoted to the consideration of the following three points:

1. The question of forming a union of professional psycho-analysts was discussed. The first object of such a union would be to unite in one body the members of the Psycho-Analytical Society and others approved by them. According to M. Ed.

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