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(1934). German Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:369-371.
(1934). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 15:369-371
German Psycho-Analytical Society
Fourth Quarter, 1933
September 19, 1933. Dr. Fenichel: 'Scoptophilia and Identification'.
September 26, 1933.
1. Dr. March (guest of the Society): 'The Psychopathology of the Helper'.
2. Business Meeting. Election of Associate Member: Dr. Ewald Roellenbleck, Darmstadt.
October 3, 1933. Short Communications:
a. Dr. Jacobsohn: 'Mother-types and corresponding transference-resistances'.
b. Dr. Liebeck-Kirschner: 'The problem of the expression of affect in behaviour'.
October 17, 1933. Reading of Dr. Graber's paper on the possessive instinct.
October 24, 1933.
1. Dr. Mette: 'The Psychology of the Cult of Dionysus'.
2. Business Meeting. Election of Associate Member: Dr. Gerö, Copenhagen.
November 7, 1933. Short Communications: (a) Dr. Kemper: (i) 'A contribution to the psychogenesis of nightmare'; (ii) 'Remarks on Freud's paper "A special type of choice of object made by men"'; (iii) 'A mechanism resembling that of "signal"-anxiety'. (b) A short communication by Dr. Graber was read on 'The relations between the primal scene, play and fate'.
November 18, 1933 (afternoon meeting). Dr. Benedek: 'Certain Determining Factors in the Fixation of the Deuterophallic Phase'.
November 18, 1933 (evening meeting). Annual General Meeting. (Present: 15 members and 6 associate members.) Annual reports by the President, the Director of the Institute and the President of the Training Committee. Statements by the Treasurer and the Director of the Teaching Staff on the financial position of the Society and the Teaching Staff and on the Loan Fund. In his report the President shewed how greatly the change in the political situation had affected the Society, and referred specially to the fact that, in the last year, a number of members had left Germany.
Election to Membership: Dr. phil. G. H. Graber, Dr. med. Werner Kemper and Dr. med. Alexander Mette. Election of the Council: Eitingon proposed that the new Council should consist of Dr. Boehm and Dr. Müller-Braunschweig only, both of whom had served on the retiring Council. His proposal was unanimously adopted. Dr. Boehm took over the duties of the President of the German Psycho-Analytical Society and the direction of the Berlin Psycho-Analytical Institute, while Dr.
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