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Goergen, M.S. (2016). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 18(2):205-206.

(2016). Neuropsychoanalysis, 18(2):205-206

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Maria Sonia Goergen

Bulletin 32

It is always with great pleasure that I read and put together the Bulletin reports.

This time we predominantly have Spanish/Portuguese reports, which is quite impressive. Puerto Rico has shown great enthusiasm and is achieving great results in a short time. Mexico is advancing in large steps, while Brazil has emerged with a new group. All countries were represented at the 17th Congress in Chicago.

The online Journal reaches out to the public interested in the consilient bridges between psychoanalysis and the neurosciences; therefore, we look forward to more groups reporting their achievements. To submit information on new groups, or provide updated information on an existing group, to be listed on the website, please visit https://npsa-association.org/regional-group-info-submission/.

We look forward to seeing you in London in July 2017! Stay tuned for details about the next congress.

Maria Sonia Goergen

msonia12@gmail.com

Camboriú Neuropsychoanalysis Group (Brazil)

A member of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society since 2009, Fabio Thá heard about the Bayesian brain framework at the 15th NPSA Congress in 2014 in New York. Since then, he has been part of a study group on the subject with colleagues interested in neuropsychoanalysis in Camboriú, a city in southern Brazil, in the state of Santa Catarina. This group has been reading the fundamental works on the subject, including “The free-energy principle: A unified brain theory?” by Friston (2010).

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