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(1935). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 4:669-670.

(1935). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 4:669-670

Notes

THE NEW YORK PSYCHOANALYTIC INSTITUTE offers the following courses during the second trimester:

A. A. Micro-Analysis of Dreams by Dr. Sandor Rado (eight lectures).—Seminar for Advanced Case Study by Dr. Sandor Rado (eight sessions).

B. Case Seminar by Dr. Herman Nunberg, guest of the Institute (twenty sessions). The presentation of case material in this seminar will resemble the presentation of material in the course of a control analysis. The seminar will be open to members of the Society and to those students in training who have been admitted to practical work with cases.

C. A seminar on Special Technical Procedure in Special Analytical Situations by Dr. Sandor Lorand. (Details to be announced later on.)

D. A course of eight seminars on Psycho-Somatic Problems by Dr. Lawrence S. Kubie in collaboration with the following physicians as guests: Dr. Paul Dozier (N. Y. Neurological Institute) on The Phenomena of Cerebral Dominance in Relation to Speech and Language Mechanisms (Nov. 8); with Dr. Paul Dozier on The Phenomena of Cerebral Dominance in Relation to Special Motor Skills and Disabilities (Dec. 6); with Dr. Richard Brickner (N. Y. Neurological Institute) on Cortical Relationships to Emotional and Vegetative Disturbances (Jan. 3); with Dr. Harold Wolff (Cornell Univ. Medical School) on Neuro-Humoral Mechanisms (Feb. 7); with Dr. Dickinson W. Richards (Presbyterian Hospital) on Respiratory Physiology (Mar. 6); with Dr. Alexander B. Gutman (Presbyterian Hospital) on Calcium and the Parathyroids (Apr. 3).

E. Seminar on Paranoia and Paranoid Mechanisms (History and Present Trends) by Dr. Dorian Feigenbaum, in eight sessions: 1. Projection. Theoretical Aspects. Differential points in psychoses, neuroses, dream-life and normal behavior. 2. The Schreber case. 3. The Schreber case, continued. Supplementary material from the Autobiography, with special reference to "hypergnosis", schizophrenic, correct and creative thinking. 4. Depersonalization, hypochondria, and projection in the light of Victor Tausk's work "On the Origin of the 'Influencing Machine' in Schizophrenia". 5. (a) Analsadism and Superego—structure underlying the paranoidal delusion. Compulsion neurosis, depression and paranoid mechanisms. (b) Jealousy: mechanisms and clinical manifestations.

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