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(1986). The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies, 1985. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 9(1):75-80.
The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies, 1985
At the business meeting in September 1985, 3 new full members were elected. We are now 24 full members, 2 associate members, 7 guest members and 16 candidates.
A Danish society for candidates, associated with the IPSO, was etablished 1985.
In September, one of our associate members, Eva Hansen, presented a case. On 10 October, Olena Sennton from Stockholm lectured on Psycho-analytical Views on Adoption in Early Age.
On 1 November, Anna Potamianou, Greece, talked on Greek Tragedies from a Psychoanalytic Point of View.
On 11 December, L. Haesler from West Germany lectured on Psychoanalytic Viewpoints on Music.
On 2 February, Anne-Marie Sandler talked on An Infant at Risk. A Psychoanalytical Evaluation, and on 4 March, Robert Langs, USA, gave a lecture on Unconscious Communication in the Therapeutic Interaction.
On 14 March, Johan Normann, Sweden, talked on The Analytic Instrument by the Psychoanalysis of Children.
On 11 April, Ronald Baker, England, lectured on Psychoanalysis of Patients in Adolescence, and on 23 April, Christopher Bollas, England, talked on The Psychoanalyst and the Hysteric.
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