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Reichmayr, J. (1995). New Biographical Research on the Members of the Psychoanalytic Movement in Vienna 1902-1938. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 4(3):179-183.

(1995). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 4(3):179-183

New Biographical Research on the Members of the Psychoanalytic Movement in Vienna 1902-1938

Johannes Reichmayr, Ph.D.

The paper presents Elke Mühlleitner's Biographisches Lexikon der Psychoanalyse (Biographical Lexicon of Psychoanalysis) and comments on her first evaluations of this comprehensive data. It illustrates, by reference to the early members of the Psychologische Mittwoch-Gesellschaft (the Wednesday Psychological Society), the heuristic value of the collected material for dealing with the issues and hypotheses related to the history of science.

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