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(1935). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 4:370.

(1935). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 4:370


THE CHICAGO INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS reviews its work for 1993–1934 in a pamphlet containing brief considerations of the problems of the teaching of psychoanalysis, of the development of research in psychoanalysis, and of the relation of the latter to medicine. The report also includes an extensive review of current and future projects. Current research has centered around the investigation of the influence of psychogenic factors on the different vegetative systems, and there are brief reports on the study of the influence of psychic factors on gastro-intestinal disturbances (see this QUARTERLY III [1934], 501–588), statistical dream studies, the relation of constipation to paranoia, psychic influences on respiration, psychological factors in essential hypertension and pseudo-angina pectoris, in pituitary disturbances, and in petit mal. Listed under the heading of contemplated research are: psychological factors in dermatologic cases, psychoanalysis and learning, neuro-physiological work to obtain evidence of localized nerve activity in the brain, and the application of psychoanalysis to children.

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