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(1936). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 5:300-301.

(1936). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5:300-301


THE AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION is holding its ninety-second annual meeting at New Hotel Jefferson, St. Louis, Mo., May 4–8. Among the Round Table Discussions are: The Freudian Contributions to Psychopathology, with Dr. A. A. Brill as moderator (discussants—Drs. Clarence O. Cheney, Sidney I. Schwab, C. Macfie Campbell and Richard H. Hutchings), and on Depersonalization, with Dr. Dorian Feigenbaum as moderator (discussants—Drs. Paul Schilder, Franz Alexander, Thomas M. French, Karl A. Menninger and Clarence P. Oberndorf).

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(1936). Notes. Psychoanal. Q., 5:300-301

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