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(1939). Notes and News. Psychoanal. Rev., 26(2):298-300.
(1939). Psychoanalytic Review, 26(2):298-300
Notes and News
We regret to record the death of Dr. Franz B. Riklin of Küsnacht, Switzerland. Dr. Riklin was one of the earlier psychoanalytic adherents then associated with Dr. C. G. Jung in Zurich. His Wishfulfillment and Symbolism in Fairy Tales, No. 2 of the Schriften zur angewandten Seelenkunde, edited by Professor Freud, was translated by Dr. Wm. A. White as No. 21 of the Nervous and Mental Disease Monographs.
A course in the application of the Rorschach Method will be offered by Dr. S. J. Beck at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Ill., May 15-20, 1939; i.e., the week following the annual convention of the American Psychiatric Association. For information write to the Librarian, Michael Reese Hospital.
Tentative plans are also being made for a similar ten-day course to be offered later in the summer. The dates will be arranged to meet the convenience of prospective registrants. Interested persons having preferences as to date are invited to communicate with the Librarian, Michael Reese Hospital.
This is the title of a new quarterly to be issued in January, 1939, under the sponsorship of the National Research Council. The scope of Psychosomatic Medicine will be studies of the behavior of the organism in its parts and as a whole with their relationship one to another. Special attention will be paid to organ structure distortions in response to behavior need frustrations.
It will appear quarterly from January on at $5.00 per year and Monographic Supplements are planned to be issued from time to time at $4.50. Club rates $7.50.
Dr. Flanders Dunbar of New York will be the responsible editor at 2 East 103d Street (New York Academy of Medicine), New York. The business office will be at 2101 Constitution Avenue, Washington, D. C.
The opening number will contain Psychological Aspects of Medicine by F. Alexander, Symposium on the Hypothalamus by Drs. Grinker, Ingram and Ranson and a Symposium on Hypertension in eight separate contributions.
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