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(1959). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 28:304.

(1959). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 28:304


Phyllis Greenacre, M.D., New York City psychoanalyst and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Cornell University School of Medicine has received the 1959 CHARLES FREDERICK MENNINGER AWARD of the American Psychoanalytic Association. The Award is given annually by the Association for outstanding contributions to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis. Dr. Greenacre is known particularly for her psychoanalytic interpretations of such famous authors as Jonathan Swift, Thomas Mann, and Lewis Carroll, which have influenced the teaching of literature in college. She has also made important contributions to the understanding of child and personality development. The Award is named in memory of the father of Doctors Karl A. and William C. Menninger, the well-known psychoanalysts of Topeka, Kansas.

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