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Zulliger, H. (1934). Swiss Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:381-382.

(1934). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 15:381-382

Swiss Psycho-Analytical Society

Hans Zulliger

Second, Third and Fourth Quarters, 1933

May 6, 1933.

1. Dr. med. G. Bally (Zürich, guest of the Society): 'Biological Prerequisites of the Early Infantile Development of Personality'.

2. Business Meeting. Election to Membership: Dir. Dr. Boss.

June 10, 1933. Dr. med. Barag (Littenhaid, guest of the Society): 'Belief in a Future Life and Survival of Death'.

November 4, 1933.

1. Dr. med. Sarasin (Bâle): 'Clinical Notes on Schizophrenia'.

2. Business Meeting. Arrangements for the Congress: organization entrusted to the Council.

November 18, 1933. Dr. med. G. Bally (Zürich, guest of the Society): opened a discussion of Reich's Charakteranalyse.

December 9, 1933. Dr. med. Flournoy (Geneva): 'Hallucinations'.

First Quarter, 1934

January 20, 1934. Dr. med. Arth. Kielholz (of the Sanatorium at Königsfelden, Aargau): 'Riddles and Marvels of Cure'. Taking as his starting-point the historic site of his own work, the old Roman city of Vindonissa, the speaker considered the mysterious and marvellous elements in the cures effected by thermal baths. Much that has long been obscure and inexplicable about these cures could now be explained in terms of psycho-analysis.

February 3, 1934.

1. Dr. med. Ernst Blum (Bern): 'A Contribution to the Technique of Interpretation: notes from an analysis'. Description of the course of an analysis lasting for about a year and a half and not yet finished. The patient displayed a strong tendency to utilize her intellectual bent and her theoretical knowledge of psychology as resistances, especially to escape the exposure of pregenital complexes. This very instructive paper gave rise to prolonged discussion.

2. General Meeting. The following resolution was recorded: 'The procedure for transferring a full member of the International Psycho-Analytical Association to the Swiss Society shall be the same as that adopted in admitting an associate member of the Society to full membership'.


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