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Daniels, G.E. (1934). The New York Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:379-381.
(1934). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 15:379-381
The New York Psycho-Analytical Society
George E. Daniels
Fourth Quarter, 1933
October 31, 1933. Dr. George E. Daniels was appointed by the President to act as Secretary, pro. tem. Dr. Bernard Glueck was elected Executive Councillor of the American Psycho-Analytical Association, and Dr. May E. Ginsburg and Dr. James H. Wall were admitted to Associate Membership in the Society. Dr. Adolph Stern reported the raising of a substantial sum through the donor system worked out by the Ways and Means Committee, of which he is Chairman. The Committee, in addition to aid with the current expenses of the Society and Institute, is attempting to raise sufficient funds for the establishment of a psycho-analytic clinic. In addition to raising money for the proposed clinic, Dr. Brill has appointed a special committee to consult with local officials and attempt to straighten out legal complications, a solution of which also calls for a certain delay in the realization of the Society's ambition. At this same meeting the President appointed a committee consisting of Drs. Kubie, Lewin, Meyer, and Radó to completely revise the constitution and by-laws. This committee has been at work, and its report will be presented at a special meeting of the Society in January.
Scientific Session. (1) Dr. H. Flanders Dunbar: 'Problems in a Case of Social Anxiety'. (2) Dr. James H. Wall: 'Notes on the Gastrointestinal Function'.
November Meeting. (1) Dr. Margaret Fries: 'Play Technic in the Analysis of Young Children'. (2) Dr. Lillian Malcove was elected to Associate Membership.
The December Meeting was held in conjunction with the American Psycho-Analytical Association, at Washington, D.C., with a good representation from New York attending.
First Quarter, 1934
January, 1934. Annual Meeting. Election of Officers: President, Dr. A. A. Brill; Vice-President, Dr. Bertram D. Lewin; Secretary, Dr. George E. Daniels; Treasurer, Dr. Monroe A. Meyer.
Drs. Blumgart, Kubie and Stern were elected to the Board of Directors to serve with the ex-officio members, consisting of Drs. Brill, Lewin, Meyer, Daniels and Glueck. Drs. Feigenbaum, Kardiner, Kubie and Lewin were elected as members of the Educational Committee from a list of six names submitted by the President, bringing the total to the full seven members, with Drs. Brill, Radó and Meyer ex-officio.
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