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Matthis, I. Raveh, I. (2006). The Israeli Forum of Neuro-Psychoanalysis. Neuropsychoanalysis, 8(2):213-214.

(2006). Neuropsychoanalysis, 8(2):213-214

The Israeli Forum of Neuro-Psychoanalysis

Edited by:
Iréne Matthis

Irith Raveh

A lot of work has been done in the last year, including a visit from Professor Mark Solms, which was very productive, interesting, and inspiring. Following the visit, we decided to start working on case presentations with open discussions and to develop research work. As the interest areas of our group members are quite varied, we defined, according to the members' suggestions, four core issues, and our group divided accordingly into four working teams, each devoted to one of the core issues and responsible in preparing and presenting the topic before the rest of our group. Each group tries to build a neuro-psychoanalytic dictionary of the basic terms and prepare case presentations in writing.

Here is a description of the four teams:

1.   The Memory team: The head of the team is Aviva Edel-man, a neuropsychologist.

The team presented its work during the autumn and winter meetings of 2005. The introduction included a dictionary of basic terms—with a presentation of the film Memento—and a discussion of the differential diagnosis of the kind of memory impairment from which the main character of the movie suffers.

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