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Fiertz, G.B. (1939). Notes and News. Psychoanal. Rev., 26(4):600.
(1939). Psychoanalytic Review, 26(4):600
Notes and News
Gertrude B. Fiertz
Some Animal Psychology
Chiro, a Fourth Century veterinary, probably attached to the Roman army, showed concern for the emotional tone of the horses under his care, and after describing—in the “Mulomedicina Chironis”—means of bleeding and treatment of sores, adds this pregnant note:
“It is helpful, furthermore, to let them (the horses) eat, so that … while intent upon the food, selected beforehand as suitable for their condition, they thereby avoid the melancholia (tristitiam) attendant on their illness.”
Under the title Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol. 1, June, 1937-June, 1938, the early history of the psychoanalytic movements in America is given, also the Constitution, By-laws and standards outlined, and minutes of the December, 1937, and June, 1938, meetings and other details recorded.
Just as we are closing this issue the sad news of Prof. Sigmund Freud's death has reached us. Further notice will appear in our January issue.
Dr. Hans Sachs of 168 Marlborough Street, Boston, announces the launching of a new quarterly psychoanalytic publication patterned after the Vienna Imago. The cost price is set at $5.00.
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