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

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:300


THE CHICAGO PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY reports the following scientific program from January 11th to March 21st: Clinical Aspects in the Study of a Psychoanalytic Treatment, by Dr. Thomas M. French.—Psychogenic Factors in the Etiology of the Common Cold and Other Related Symptoms, by Dr. Leon Saul.—The Transition from Organ Neurosis to Conversion Hysteria—A Case Report, by Dr. George W. Wilson.—Hypothesis of the Genesis of Suicide, by Dr. Gregory Zilboorg.—The Pregenital Tendencies of a Patient with Gastro-Intestinal Complaints, by Dr. Harry Levey.—Dynamics and Treatment of Alcohol Addiction, by Dr. Robert Knight.

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