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Goergen, M.S. (2017). Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society. Neuropsychoanalysis, 19(2):175-182.

(2017). Neuropsychoanalysis, 19(2):175-182

Bulletin of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society

Maria Sonia Goergen

Bulletin 34

The reports in this bulletin follow our congress in London (July 2017). Is it not remarkable that our society had the first and the 18th Congress in London? The bulletin reports show how much we have grown!

I think we can all agree that the strength of our contributions are rooted in the connections and networks we have fostered, which was evident in the moment of silence and thought for the loss of Jaak Panksepp, our eternal mentor, at the London Congress. He would be proud of the work reported in this bulletin, and assure us that “the show must go on” (as Freddie Mercury would sing!).

So, keep moving forward – be inspired by reading these reports, and if you would like to be included in our groups, please do contact us. To learn more about the Regional Groups, or to submit information on a new group, just visit https://npsa-association.org/who-we-are/the-international-neuropsychoanalysis-society/regional-and-specialist-groups/.

With warm thanks,

Maria Sonia Goergen, M.D.

Msonia12@gmail.com

BOCHUM NEUROPSYCHOANALYSIS GROUP

Who are we?

The Bochum Neuropsychoanalysis Group (BNG) brings together psychoanalysts, psychodynamic psychotherapists, neuroscientists and philosophers – including people with expertise in more than one of these fields. Most of us work at various Departments of the Ruhr University Bochum in Germany.

What is our aim?

Our long-term vision is to understand how the human mind is governed by cognitive and affective mind/brain processes that operate outside our conscious awareness.

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