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(1936). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 5:300.

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:300


THE INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS of Chicago reviews its work for the year 1934–1935 in a pamphlet containing statistical data and a report on the research conducted by its members, consisting of a Vector Analysis of Psychological Tendencies, which classifies psychic tendencies according to their fundamental dynamic quality (direction)—incorporation, elimination and retention; The Influence of Psychogenic Factors upon Gastro-Instestinal Disturbances; Quantitative Dream Studies; Psychological Factors in Essential Hypertension; Psychic Influences on Respiration; Asthma, Skin, and Allergy; Psychoanalysis and Learning; and Child Analysis. The Institute reports extensive coöperation with other professional groups, including physicians, psychiatrists, psychiatric social workers, and teachers.

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