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Dr. Ernest Simmel, Papers, 1908 -- 1946

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RG-08.01, Biographical Notes on Dr. Ernst Simmel by Dr. Kandelin,  June 1965

RG-08.02, Dr. Ernst Simmel, Appeal for War Children, January 1941

RG-08.03, Ernst Simmel, Creative Organizer by Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch, July 1968

RG-08.04, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel by A. Kandelin

RG-08.05, Simel, the Organizer by Dr. Brunswick, December 13, 1947

RG-08.06, Dr. Simmel, Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primary and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization

RG-08.07, Dr. Simmel, Abstract of his article Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization

RG-08.08, Dr. Simmel, Courses of Trreatment in the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1929, 1930

RG-08.09, Dr. Simmel, article in German, A Screen Memory in the Course of Formation, published in 1925

RG-08.10, Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, Paper presented  before the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society

RG-08.11, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis and Mental Health, Paper presented to Psychoanalytic Associatiation

RG-08.12, Dr. Simmel, Editor, Anti-Semitism, A Social Disease, A collection of essays, cover pages, 1946

RG-08.13, Letter from the editor, International University Press,  to Dr. Simmel, January 15, 1947

RG-08.14, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Kurth, editor,  with regard to his book, January 2, 1947

RG-08.15, Letter from Dr. Kurth to Dr. Simmel with regard to the published book, December 23, 1946

RG-08.16, Letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, appreciation of the recognition, December 31, 1946

RG-08.17, Letter to Dr. T.W. Adorno from Dr. Simmel, September 13, 1944

RG-08.18, Dr. Simmel, War Neuroses, first published in Germany, 1918

RG-08.19, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Kurth, editor of his book, June 7, 1946

RG-08.20, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, in German ca 1946

RG-08.21, A Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, November 1, 1940

RG-08.22, A letter from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld to Dr. Simmel, September 18, 1944

RG-08.23, A letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Bernfeld, September 12, 1944

RG-08.24, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, related to Committee of Certification, January 11, 1941

RG-08.25, A letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, A list of contributors, June 10, 1946

RG-08.26, Dr. Simmel, Kriegs-Neurosen, Psychischen Traumas für die Entstehung und Heilung  von Kriegsneurosen, War Neuroses, 1918

RG-08.27, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Praecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908

RG-08.28, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944

RG-08.29, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936

RG-08.30, Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, 1941

RG-08.31, Dr. Ernst Simmel, photograph, ca 1920s

RG-08.32, Dr. Simmel, unpublished and published works, in German and English, Bibliography, 1909 - 1947

RG-08.33, A Psychological Radio Offence against Germany, preparatory narrative, ca 1941

RG-08.34, Dr. Simmel, The children's doctor play, illness and medical profession, article in German, 1926

RG-08.35, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis in Social Hygiene, article published in German, January 1931

RG-08.36, Obituary for Dr. Ernst Simmel, written by Dr. Ernst Lewy, 1947

RG-08.37, Ernest Simmel, Routine course of events at Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, by Dr. Simmel, 1929, 1930

RG-08.38, Dr. Ernst Simmel, article, Screen-Memory in the Nascent State, 1925

RG-08.39, Dr. Simmel, article, Psychoanalytical Aspects of Psychotherapy of Psychosis, in German, 1929

RG-08.40, Ten Years of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, collection of articles, Vienna, 1930



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Predominant Dates:1935 -- 1946

ID: RG-08/RG-08

Primary Creator: Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Extent: 14.0 Boxes

Subjects: Application of Psychoanalysis to Criminology, scientific works of Dr. Simmel, Areas of scientific interests and works of Dr. Simmel, Biological terms, transmutation of external mobility of the organism in internal mobility of organs, Dr. Ernest Simmel, co-founder of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1920s, Dr. Ernest Simmel, German period, Rostock, Berlin, scientific work, discourse, Dr. Ernest Simmel, medical military service in the First World War, hospital for neuroses, Dr. Ernest Simmel, member of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society, Dr. Ernest Simmel, poor health and illness since 1943, Dr. Ernest Simmel, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, Berlin, 1920s, 1931, discourse, Dr. Ernest Simmel, scholar, President of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935 -- 1943, Dr. Ernest Simmel, studies, research, publication in Psychoanalysis, Germany, 1900 - 1934, Dr. Ernest Simmel, studies and professional work in Psychoanalysis, Berlin, 1908 - 1934, Dr.Freud, The Ways of Psychoanalytic Therapy, the Budapest Congress, 1918, Dr. Simmel, guidelines, Dr. Simmel, establishing methods in training, the supervised anaslysis and case seminars, Dr. Simmel, establishing the first curriculum for training in psychoanalysis, 1920s, Germany, Dr. Simmel, Freudian ideology of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel, Freudian Psychoanalysis, principles, conceptions and content, Dr. Simmel, inspirer and the organizer of the Institute, Dr. Simmel, integrity of character, fearless, wit were his intrinsic qualities, Dr. Simmel, Men are being prompted by unconscious impulses or inhibitions, Psychoanalysis, theory, Dr. Simmel, perception and vision of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel, program articles, lectures,  papers and presentations, Psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Treatment in Hospital, discourse of Schloss-Tegel, publication 1928, 1929, Dr. Simmel, publications, appeared in German and international scholarly journals, 1908 - 1934, Dr. Simmel, The Interrelationship of War Neuroses and Mental Trauma, 1918, won Freud Prize, 1918, Dr. Simmel, the organizer of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Dr. Simmel, unattained dream of the full-scale Psychoanalytic Institute and Sanitarium in Los Angele, Dr. Simmel founded the Psychoanalytic Sanitarium at Schloss-Tegel, near Berlin in 1927, Director, Dr. Simmel induced the organization of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, 1940s, Dr. Simmel invited Frances Deri and Otto Fenichel, psychoanalysts from Europe, Dr. Simmel transformed Psychoanalytic Study Group into a formal organization in the summer of 1935, Dysfunction of the organ represents an irrational actions of the same organ within the organism, Five stages of a personal narrative in terms of mental discourse, Dr. Simmel, Frances Deri, Paper in Memoriam of Ernest Simmel, read on December 13, 1947, memorial meeting, Freud's formula, neurosis represents a reaction upon the pressure of civilization, Freud's formula, the hysteric person changes a private part of himself instead of his milieu, Inhibition of thoughts and actions -- reaction of an individual upon his milieu, Dr. Simmel, Institutional psychoanalytic treatment, scientific works of Dr. Simmel, Life circles in psychoanalytic terms by Dr. Simmel, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, applied psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Free Clinic, Dr. Simmel, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Research Division, Dr. Simmel, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, training facilities, Dr. Simmel, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis commence work in 1946, Dr. Simmel, Mental illness and physical illness may interchange and interplay which each other, Dr. Simmel, Prospective structure of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1939, 1940, Dr. Simmel, Psycho-somatic medicine, scientific works of Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions, Psychoanalysis defined correlations between organic diseases and mental diseases, Dr. Simmel, Psychogenesis for organic diseases, scientific works of Dr. Simmel, School for Nursery Years, endorsed by Dr. Simmel, 1940, Scientific biography of Dr. Ernest Simmel, 1900 - 1947, Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis, Some repressed ideas have grown unconscious may manifest themselves of physical functions, Substantiations and prospective for the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis works of Dr. Simmel, The fifth life circle is love and matrimony, Dr. Simmel, The first life circle is the family, Dr. Simmel, The fourth life circle is social and societal, Dr. Simmel, The function of super-ego is a reflection of the childhood experience, Dr. Simmel, The key to mastering ones own life is to know the unconscious, Freud, by Dr. Simmel, The Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, effort to organize and function, all by Dr. Simmel, Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives, Therapy for Psychoses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel, The second life circle is school, Dr. Simmel, The sense of Freud's formula, neuroses represents a reaction upon the pressure of civilization, The third life circle is profession, business or trade, Dr. Simmel, The unconscious determines life conflict, Psychoanalysis, theory, Transmutation of the external mobility of the joint organism into the internal mobility of organs, War-Neuroses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel

Languages: German, English

Abstract

The Record Group RG-08, Dr. Ernst Simmel, Papers, 1908 -- 1947, comprises collections and sub-collection related to his professional and public activities in German and in America.

By and large, we may relate the German period as the one that is represented by Dr. Simmel's professional narratives published in international psychoanalytic periodicals, his organizational work as a Director of Sanitarium Schloss Tegel in Berlin, his professional teaching and research work in the Psychoanalytic Institute in Berlin, as well as his international scientific participation in conferences and like.

Dr. Simmel's American period, 1935 --1938, connotes profound difference from that one of Germany. He becomes the organizer leader and protector of the rising psychoanalytic movement in the West Coast of America.

He has taken upon himself a burden of multi-functional tasks, not always plausible in terms of accomplishing. However, Dr. Simmel being the Captain the Pilot or in official language President of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles in 1935 -- 1944, has laid the foundation of Psychoanalysis as the new Science in the Los Angeles. The later evolved psychoanalytic institutions inherited and ramified the fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Science organized and steered up by Dr. Ernst Simmel.

The German period represented in the Record Group largely by publications, then the American period overall comprises correspondences between Dr. Simmel and other scholars or officials as well as his narrative in the theme of Psychoanalysis in English language.

A separate theme of these collections is Dr. Simmel multi-vectorial activity as President of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles. In this regard, the collections well represent numerous records of scientific, business, council and other periodic gathering of the members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles.

Dr. Simmel left a large corpus of personal and official correspondences, overall in English language with a number of correspondences in German language.

All in all, this Record Group of Dr. Ernst Simmel is of the immense historical value would it be scholarship, teaching, training or merely the History of Psychoanalysis as the Science.

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This Record Group, RG-08, Dr. Ernst Simmel, Papers, 1908 -- 1947 comprises collections, sub-collections and documents, all in all reflected on multi-vectorial scientific, public and humanitarian activity of Dr. Ernst Simmel in German and America.

Overall these Papers could be categorized in to the following groups,

RG- 08.01, Bericht über den 6. Allgemeinen ärztlichen Kongress für Psychotherapie in Drsden, 14 -- 17 Mai 1931

Report on the 6th General Congress of Psycotherapy in Dresden, 14 -- 17 May 1931

Dr. Ernst Simmel presented the lecture,

Über die Psychogenese von Organstörungen und ihre psychoanalytische Behandlung

On the Psychogenesis of organ disorders and their psychoanalysis treatment

Publication in 11 pages, a brochure

An abstract on one page

A manuscript on the same topic in 19 pages

RG-08.02, A letter from Dr. Forest Anderson, Scientific Director of Child Guidance Clinic to Mrs. Margrit Libbin, Secretary of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Subjects, Child Guidance Clinic, 1325 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles

Date, December 28, 1936

Document in one page

Content,

Mrs. Libbin

850 5th Avenue

Los Angeles

Dear Mrs. Libbin,

I enclose check for three dollars as library assessment for the Psychoanalytic Study Group. I regret that I seem unable to attend the meeting. Life gets so complicated that I simply cannot do a number of things I would like to do. My interests are with you and I shall be present whenever I can.

                                                            With good wished for the Season, I am Sincerely yours

                                                            Dr. Forrest Anderson, Director

RG-08.03, A letter from Dr. Meredith Smith, Director of The John Dewey School, located at 1330 N. Crescent Heights Boulevard, Hollywood, California to Ms. Margrit Libbin, the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Secretary

Date, October 29, 1935

Document in one page

Content, My Dear Ms. Libbin,

I want to thank you for your very kind invitation to be a guest at the meeting of your Psychoanalytic Study Group last Friday. I was sorry that a previous engagement made it impossible for me to attend that evening.

                                                                                                Sincerely

                                                                                                Signature

RG-08.04, A notification about membership in the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, October 12, 1938

Addressed to, Mr. D.P. Wilson, 1021 West 49th Street, Los Angeles

From, Margrit Libbin, Secretary

Document in one page

Content,

Dear Mrs. Wilson,

Since you did not pay your dues last year and have not been to any of the recent meetings we will assume, unless we hear from you to the contrary that you do not wish to continue your membership in the Study Group

<p align="right"> Very sincerely yours,

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RG-08.05, A notification about membership in the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, October 12, 1938

Addressed to Dr. Helen Hopkins, 3875 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles

From, Margrit Libbin, Secretary

Document in one page

Content,

My Dear Dr. Hopkins,

Since you did not pay your dues last year and have not been present at recent meetings we will assume, unless we hear from you to the contrary, that you do not wish to continue your associate membership in the study group.

RG-08.06, A Memo from Dr. Ernst Simmel to Dr. Charles Tidd with to the Appeal of Aid to War Children

Date, January 21, 1941

Document in one page

Content,

Dear Dr. Tidd,

I made a few more inquiries about the problem we discussed at our last council meeting. The question whether we should respond to Mrs. Burlingham’s appeal for money. I enclose a letter from Foster Parents Plan for War Children, from which you will see that the money is really needed.

It is needed for a recuperation center for women and children (conducted by Anna Freud) who have lost their homes as a consequence of the bombardment.

Via Erikson I learned that Anna Freud and Mrs. Dorothy Burlingham intend to use this opportunity to study  Shell-Shock in children. Of course they do not wish any publicity about this project s people might think that he humanitarian goal is only secondary.

My opinion is that the Study Group should respond to this appeal. I am enclosing a draft for the appeal. Please comment on the idea and get in touch with the other members of the council to get their opinion on the matter.

                                    Thanks, Sincerely Yours, Dr. Ernst Simmel

                                    Signature

RG-08.06, Dr. Simmel, Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933

The term pregenital designates the libidinal phases prior to the definitive, genital organization of psychosexuality

Handwritten notes for this article in the notebook

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst (1935)

Subjects,

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

Dr. Simmel, scholarly productive German period, 1919-1934

Dr. Simmel, preparatory notes for scientific works

Dr. Simmel, Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, notes

Psychoanalysis, terminology and concepts

Pregenital designates the libidinal phases prior to the definitive, genital organization

Pregenital phase of the Libido

Related Papers by Dr. Karl Abraham

Libido, Melancholia, Obsessional Neuroses exhibit significant differences

Libidinal excitation and anal erotism

The anal erotism contains two opposite pleasurable tendencies

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Theory of Libido, Terminology

Document in 12 pages

Germany, 1933

RG-08.07, Dr. Simmel, Abstract of his article Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933 in German

Document in three pages

Abstract of the article Praegenitalprimat und intestinale Stufe der Libidoorganisation (Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization)

Germany, 1933

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel

Subjects,

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

Dr. Simmel, scholarly productive German period, 1919-1934

Dr. Simmel, Scientific works, abstracts

Libido as the energy, regarded in a quantitative count of the instincts, Freud

Libido instincts have to do with all that may be comprised  under the word 'love,' Freud

Libido is the instinct energy of force contained  in the Id (ES), the unconscious structure

Stages of Libido by Freud

Oral stage of Libido

Anal stage of Libido

Phallic stage of Libido

Latency stage of Libido

Genital stage of Libido

Pregenital designates the libidinal phases prior to the definitive, genital organization

Pregenital phase of the Libido

Dr. Simmel, Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, abstract

Libidinal excitation and anal erotism

The anal erotism contains two opposite pleasurable tendencies

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Theory of Libido, terminology

RG-08.08, Dr. Simmel, Courses taught in Schloss Tegel Institute, Berlin, 1929, 1930, in German

Syllabus of courses taught by Dr. Ernst Simmel at Tegel Institute and Sanitarium in Berlin for the year 1929/1930, in German

Document in 28 pages

Creator,

         

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Addictions to morphine, cocaine, alcohol, sleep medication, gambling treated in Schloll Tegel

Architect Ernst Freud, son of Sigmund Freud redesigned the building in Bauhaus style

Carl Maria Herond, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Dysfunctioning of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system treated in Schloss Tegel Hospital

Dorothy Burlingham, financial support for the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Dr. Ernst  Simmel and Dr. Abraham Eitington, co-directors of the Schloss Tegel Institute, 1927-1931

Dr. Ernst Simmel, narratives, Schloss Tegel

Dr. Jekels, investor in Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927

Dr. Nussbrecher, investor in Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927

Dr. Simmel, all primitive libido are mixed without differentiation and are identical to organ libido

Dr. Simmel, courses of treatment in Schloss Tegel Sanitarium, Psychoanalysis, discourse

Dr. Simmel, intestinal-libido, ego-libido, object-libido are mixed r scientific concept

Dr. Simmel, Principles of treatment of mentally disturbed patients in the Schloss Tegel hospital

Dr. Simmel, Schloss Tegel, prototype for present day mental hospital

Dr. Simmel, scientific concepts

Dr. Simmel, the pleasure of life we leave untouched to avoid unconscious expiation of guilt feelings

Dr. Simmel added the seminar for Practical Analysis to the curriculum of the Berlin Institute

Dr. Simmel founded the Psychoanalytic Sanitarium at Schloss-Tegel, near Berlin in 1927, Director

Dr. Simmel signed a lease agreement with Reinhold von Heinz on November 6, 1926, Schloss Tegel

Dysfunctioning of the gland of internal secretion, namely thyroid treated in Schloss Tegel hospital

Edith Weigerr-Vownichel, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel psychoanalytic hospital

Eva Rosenfeld, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Financial support to the Schloss Tegel Hospital, private funds

Frau Bruentizer, Chief of nursing staff, Schloss Tegel, psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Frau Schalit, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel, psychoanalytic hosptial, 1927

Geheim Regierungsra, Reinhold von Heinz, owner of the Castle, Schloll Tegel

Helmuth Kaiser, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Irene Haenel-Guttmann, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel psychoanalytic hospital

Ludwig Fries, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel, psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Marie Bonaparte, financial support to the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Martial problems, suicidal attempts, "flight into illness," treated in Schloss Tegel hospital

Mental and Organic disorders treated in Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1917-1931

Moshe Wulff, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Scholls Tegel, psychoanalytic hospital, 1927

Nazi Germany, SA Berlin Brandenburg took possession of the Schloss Tegel hospital for relief work

Neuroses of genito-urinary tract, treated in Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1927-1931

Neuroses of the respiratory and alimentary tracts treated in Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Next to the daily analytic sessions there were occupational and hydro therapy Schloss Tegel hospital

Obsessive compulsive neuroses, phobias, hysteria - treated at Scholls Tegel psychoanalytic hospital

Organic disorders were treated at the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1927 - 1931

Organization of the treatment in Schloss Tegel, designed by Dr. Simmel

Patient population in the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1927 -- 1931

Personality development problems, more for children and adolescents treated in Schloss Tegel

Professor Julius Hirsch, investor in Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927

Psychoanalytically trained nursing staff, Schloss Tegel, psychoanalytic hospital

Psychoanalytic Hospital Schloss Tegel, psychoanalytically trained staff, 1927

Raymond de Saussure, financial support to the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Rene Spitz, financial support to the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Rudolf Bilz, psychoanalytically trained assistant, Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital

Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927

Schloss Tegel, Psychoanalytic Hospital, discourse and teaching curriculum, 1927 -- 1931

Schloss Tegel, the Contract specified the use it as a sanitarium with living quarters, garden, park

The early body representation may become points of fixation for possible later regression, concept

There existed no group therapy, Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1917 - 1931

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-08.09, Dr. Simmel, article in German, A Screen Memory in the State of Formation, published in 1925, Germany

Document in ten pages

Language, German

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

Dr. Simmel, scholarly productive German period, 1919-1934

Dr. Simmel, A Screen Memory in Statu Nascendi (Formation state), in German, 1925

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Theory and Conceptions

Dr. Simmel, the story behind the article A Screen Memory In State of Nascendi, 1925

Son of Dr. Ernst Simmel, medical treatment induced fears, 1925

Dr. Simmel, a screen memory repressed negative experience, related to his 3.5 year of age son

How the screen memory is formed, experience of Simmel's son, 1925

Dr. Simmel, the unpleasant ideas threatened to break into consciousness, formation of screen memory

Dr. Simmel, analytical patients are torn between  resistance and repetition-compulsion, 1925

Dr. Simmel, Screen Memories arise under the influence of transference and repetition-compulsion

Dr. Simmel, little boy, reaction to cruel undisguised tendency of a physician, 1925

Simmel, nowadays we curb our cruelty and only allow ourselves to injure our fellow-men mentally

Simmel, there are many adults who remain all their lives helpless children to mental attack

Simmel, Adults are also saddened or wounded if people jest with them, they understand jokes too well

Dr. Simmel, publications, appeared in German and international scholarly journals, 1908 - 1934

International Journal of Psychoanalysis, publications of Dr. Simmel

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-08.10, Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, Paper presented  before the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, Spring 1944

Document in 22 pages

Language, English

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

Dr. Simmel, presentations and lectures

Dr. Simmel, papers presented at conferences and symposiums

Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, paper presented before the San Francisco psychoanalytic society, 1944

Psychoanalytic narratives, papers, publications

Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, paper, content and conceptions, Spring 1944

Dr. Simmel, psychoanalysis applied to the trial case for incendiarism, California

Psychoanalytic discourse with regard to the defendant, Incendiarism, trial, Dr. Simmel, California

The life-story of the defendant and applied psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel, California

Correlations between Incendiarism and repressed memories, Dr. Simmel, a trial, California

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-08.11, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis and Mental Health, Paper presented to Psychoanalytic Association, undated, ca late 1930s

Document in 28 pages

Language, English

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Simmel, program articles, lectures, papers and presentations, Psychoanalysis

Dr. Simmel, Freudian Psychoanalysis, principles, conceptions and content

Deception with regard to Psychoanalysis as the Science, Dr. Simmel

Psychoanalysis is a psychosomatic and psychoanalytic treatment, discourse, Dr. Simmel

Inhibition of thoughts and actions -- reaction of an individual upon his milieu, Dr. Simmel

Five stages of a personal narrative in terms of mental discourse, Dr. Simmel

Life circles in psychoanalytic terms by Dr. Simmel

The first life circle is the family, Dr. Simmel

The second life circle is school, Dr. Simmel

The third life circle is profession, business or trade, Dr. Simmel

The forth life circle is social and societal, Dr. Simmel

The fifth life circle is love and matrimony, Dr. Simmel

The key to mastering one’s own life is to know the unconscious, Freud, by Dr. Simmel

Psychoanalysis defined correlations between organic diseases and mental diseases, Dr. Simmel

Dysfunction of the organ represents an irrational actions of the same organ within the organism

Freud's formula, the hysteric person changes a private part of himself instead of his milieu

Biological terms, transmutation of external mobility of the organism in internal mobility of organs

Mental illness and physical illness may interchange and interplay which each other, Dr. Simmel

The sense of Freud's formula, neuroses represents a reaction upon the pressure of civilization

The function of super-ego is a reflection of the childhood experience, Dr. Simmel

Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

RG-08.12, Dr. Simmel, Editor, Anti-Semitism, A Social Disease, A collection of essays, 1946

Prospectus, document in for pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Dr. Everett Clinsby (1946)

Subjects,

Antisemitism: A Social Disease, essays, edited by Dr. Simmel, 1946

Dr. Adorno, Antisemitism and Fascist Propaganda, essay in Antisemitism....

Dr. Berliner, On Some Religious Motives of Antisemitism, essay in Antisemitism....

Dr. Else Frenkel-Brunswick, The Antisemitic Personality, a Research Report, in Antisemitism...

Dr. Everett Clincby, Introductory note to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, Collection of Essay

Dr. Everett Clincby, President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1946

Dr. Fenichel, Elements of Psychoanalytic Theory of Antisemitism, essay in Antisemitism...

Dr. Horkheimer, Sociological Background of the Psychoanalytic Approach, essay in Antisemitism...

Dr. Ott, Antisemitism and the Psychopathology of Everyday Life, essay, in Antisemitism...

Dr. Simmel, Antiesmitism: A Social Disease, Collection of Essays, Table of Content, 1946

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism: A Social Disease, cover jacket pages, collection of essays, 1946

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism and Mass Psychopathology, essay in Antisemitism....

Dr. Simmel, Introduction to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, 1946

Dr. Stanford, The Antisemitic Personality, a Research Report, essay in Antisemitism...

Gordon Allport, Preface  to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, 1946

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

Publications of International University Press, New York

Theory of Antisemitism, discourse

Applied Psychoanalysis, Theory of Antisemitism

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-08.13, International University Press to Dr. Simmel, January 15, 1947

Content,

Publisher, International University Press, Inc.

Location, 227 West 13th Street, New York 11, N.Y.

Dr. Ernst Simmel

555 Wilcox Avenue

Los Angeles, 4, CA

Dear Dr. Simmel,

Thank you very much for the kind words you inscribed into the copy of Anti-Semitism you sent me.

I also enclose a letter from the Eugene Field Society that was sent to us for you.

With kindest regards,

Dr. Gertrud M. Kurth

Creator,

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor for International University Press, Inc.

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

Letter from Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor to Dr. Simmel, January 15, 1947

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, International University Press, Inc., New York

Dr. Simmel, publication activities, 1940s

Scholarly works of Dr. Ernst Simmel, publications

RG-08.14, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Kurth with regard to his book, January 2, 1947

Document in one page

Content, Request for the copies of the Collection of essays on antisemitism edited and contributed by him

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor for International University Press, Inc. New York (1946, 1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Kurth, request for additional copies of Antisemitism a Social Disease

A letter written by the secretary of Dr. Simmel on his behalf, January 2, 1947

Applied Psychoanalysis, Theory of Antisemitism

Theory of Antisemitism, discourse

RG-08.15, From Gordon Allport to Dr. Simmel with regard to the published book, December 23, 1946

Document in one page

Dear Dr. Simmel,

We just had the following letter from Gordon Allport, addressed to me,

Dear Dr. Kurth,

The copy of Anti-Semitism, A Social Disease which you so kindly sent to me has arrived. In print the excellent articles look even better. It is indeed a solid and praise-worthy contribution and your Press deserves thanks for making it available. It is unusually pleasing in typography and total form. Please accept my gratitude and wishes for the high success that the book deserves.

<p align="right"> Sincerely

<p align="right"> Gordon Allport

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This, to me, was the best Christmas gift I got and I do hope that it will compensate you a little bit for the disappointment of the delay.

With renewed wishes and kindest regards,

Sincerely yours,

International University Press

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, Editor

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor for International University Press, Inc. New York (1946, 1947)

Dr. Gordon Allport, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

A letter from Dr. Allport to Dr. Kurth with regard to historical value of Simme's book

Gordon Allport, Preface  to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, 1946

Dr. Allport, praiseworthy note with regard to the Simmel's book

Reflections on the collection of essays, Antisemitism a Social Disease

Applied Psychoanalysis, Theory of Antisemitism

RG-08.16, Letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, appreciation of the recognition, December 31, 1946

Document in one page

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor for International University Press, Inc. New York (1946, 1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

Dr. Simmel, letters of appreciations

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, International University Press, Inc., New York

Applied Psychoanalysis, Theory of Antisemitism

RG-08.17, Letter to Dr. T.W. Adorno from Dr. Simmel, September 13, 1944

Dr. T.W. Adorno

316 S. Kenter Avenue

West Los Angeles, CA

Dear Dr. Adorno,

At the spring meeting of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, we decided  to publish or symposium on Antisemitism.

I am just beginning to tackle this job and have already talked with someone here who is interested in financing this publication. However, this man would like to see the finished product before making up his mind. I am thus writing to ask you to send me your manuscript of  “The Patterns of Anti-Democratic Propaganda.”

My idea is that  this publication should be concluded by a separate chapter dealing with the possibilities of counteracting Antisemitism by applying psychoanalytic principles. For this chapter, I would like every contributor to think over what practical conclusion he can derive from his own approach to the problem. What do you think about this? Would you please write a brief summary of about two pages and send it to me together with your paper.

Warm personal regards,

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Ernst Simmel

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, Contributors to the collective work, Antisemitism, A Social Disease

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. T.W. Adorno, 1944

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with regard to publication of the Symposium on Antisemitism, works

Dr. Simmel preparatory works to the publication of a collective edition of Symposium on Antisemitism

Dr. T.W. Adorno, The Patterns of Anti-Democratic Propaganda, Symposium on Antisemitism, 1944

Theodor  W. Adorno, studies on authoritarianism, antisemitism and propaganda

Theodor W. Adorno, philosopher, Critical Theory of Society

Theodor W. Adorno, writings on anxiety and inwardness

Theodor W. Adorno, return to West Germany in 1949

Areas of scientific interests and works of Dr. Simmel

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Dr. Simmel, preparatory notes for scientific works

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

RG-08.18, Dr. Simmel, War Neuroses, first published in Germany, 1918

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Affliction of ego, already damaged by military discipline, Dr. Simmel

Changes in structural edifice of the Ego, War Neuroses, Dr. Simmel

Dr. Ernst Simmel, medical officer in German army, 1914 -- 1918

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Dr. Simmel was in charge of a military hospital for two years, the First World War

Emotional instability and irritability and a tendency to emotional outburst, war neuroses,  Simmel

Human beings remain human beings, no matter of political system, Dr. Simmel

Impairment of the muscular system, war neuroses, Dr. Simmel

Mental disorders are due to pathological disturbances of the functioning of the inner super-ego

Physical and emotional exhaustion are predisposing factors for a soldier's mental breakdown in war

Soldier's achievement caused by the alteration of the ego by military discipline, Simmel

State of mind produced by military discipline enables a soldier to reach achievements with his unit

Symptomatology of war neuroses, Dr. Simmel

The external, real danger has been transformed into an inner, mental danger, War Neuroses, Simmel

The intra-mental conflict is specifically determined by the instability of the super-ego, Dr. Simmel

The nature of mental disorders in the war, Dr. Simmel

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Simmel

The super-ego forces the ego to sublimate or to repress antisocial instinctual demands, Simmel

The super-ego helps the ego to test reality and to act accordingly, Simmel

The unfair treatment of a soldier causes the loss of security and immunity against the fear

Uniformity makes him vulnerable and amenable to disintegration of his mental system, Simmel

War-Neuroses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel

War Neuroses, ego impairments, resulting in difficulties to maintain object contact, Dr. Simmel

War neuroses, ego impairments make it impossible for the soldier to attend to his military duties

War neuroses are overall identified with the traumatic neuroses acquired in peaceful time, Simmel

Wearing a uniform is the symbolic manifestation of a unity that represent him and represented by him

The affect of anxiety is of cardinal significance in the causation of all mental disorders, Simmel

Inability to react to a danger with flight or aggression causes the overload of nervous system

War Psycho-Neuroses, terminology, Dr. Simmel

The armies of totalitarian states are better trained for they are organized on a discipline premise

When civilian becomes a soldier, he carries out the already existing ideology, Simmel

An inner struggle of the ego to maintain itself, that is, its psychological entity, Dr. Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

RG-08.19, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Kurth, editor of his book, July 7, 1946

Document in one page

Creator,

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor for International University Press, Inc. New York (1946, 1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism -- A Social Disease, monograph in English, published in United States

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism and Mass Psychopathology, essay in Antisemitism....

Antisemitism: A Social Disease, essays, edited by Dr. Simmel, 1946

Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, International University Press, Inc., New York

Letter from Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor to Dr. Simmel, June 7, 1946

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

RG-08.20, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld,  in German, ca 1946

Document in German, one page

Creator,

Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, psychoanalyst, scholar (1892 -- 1953)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Bernfeld in German

A letter from Dr. Bernfeld to Dr. Simmel in German, ca 1946

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Bernfeld

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.21, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, November 1, 1940

Content,

Inquiry of Tidd’s opinion with regard to Menningers perception of associate membership

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Dr. Ernst Simmel, a letter to Dr. Tidd, November 1, 1940

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Tidd

Dr. Simmel to the question of associate membership, limiting this membership, a letter

Menninger about limiting of associate membership for Los Angeles, a letter from Simmel

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, associate membership, a question of limiting it, Simmel

RG-08.21, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, related to Committee of Certification, January 11, 1941

Document in one page

RG-08.22, A letter from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld to Dr. Simmel, September 18, 1944

Dr. Bernfeld declines submission of an essay to the collective work Antisemitism – A Social Disease

Document in one page

Creator,

Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, psychoanalyst, scholar (1892 -- 1953)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Bernfeld in English

Dr. Bernfeld, a letter to Dr. Simmel, a decline to contribute an article, September 18, 1944

Dr. Bernfeld declines to contribute an article to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, letter to Simmel

Dr. Bernfeld, correspondences

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Bernfeld

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.23, A letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Bernfeld, September 12, 1944

Dr. Simmel writes about including the Dr. Bernfeld’s transcript from the Symposium on Antisemitism

Document in two pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Bernfeld in English

Dr. Simmel, proposing to Dr. Bernfeld to contribute an article to Antisemitism: A Social Disease

Dr. Simmel, asking Dr..Bernfeld for a manuscript of a prospective article, corrected from his talk

Dr. Simmel, explanation to Dr. Bernfeld to his inquiry of the APA roster, September 12, 1944

Dr. Simmel preparatory works to the publication of a collective edition of Symposium on Antisemitism

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Bernfeld

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.24, A Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, related to Committee of Certification, January 11, 1941

Document in one page

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Tidd

Dr. Simmel, letter to Dr. Tidd, January 11, 1941

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Tidd

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.25, A letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, A list of contributors, June 10, 1946

Dr. Simmel writes to the editor Dr. Kurth attaching the list of contributors to the collective work Antisemitism – A Social Disease

Document in two pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, correspondences

Dr. Simmel, correspondence with Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, Antisemitism, a Social Disease

Dr. Simmel, letter to Dr. Gertrud Kurth, publishing editor, June 10, 1946

Dr. Simmel, List of contributors to Antisemitism, A Social Disease, June 10, 1946

Gordon Allport, Preface to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, 1946

Dr. Adorno, Antisemitism and Fascist Propaganda, essay in Antisemitism....

Dr. Else Frenkel-Brunswick, The Antisemitic Personality, a Research Report, in Antisemitism...

Dr. Douglass Orr, contributor to Antisemitism, A Social Disease, 1946

Dr. Berliner, On Some Religious Motives of Antisemitism, essay in Antisemitism....

Dr. Fenichel, Elements of Psychoanalytic Theory of Antisemitism, essay in Antisemitism...

Dr. Horkheimer, Sociological Background of the Psychoanalytic Approach, essay in Antisemitism...

Nevitt Sanford, contributor to Antisemitism, A Social Disease

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism -- A Social Disease, monograph in English, published in United States

Antisemitism: A Social Disease, essays, edited by Dr. Simmel, 1946

Dr. Simmel preparatory works to the publication of a collective edition of Symposium on Antisemitism

Dr. Simmel, Introduction to Antisemitism: A Social Disease, 1946

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism and Mass Psychopathology, a chapter

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Gertrud Kurth

RG-08.26, Dr. Simmel, Psychischen Traumas für die Entstehung und Heilung  von Kriegsneurosen, 1918

Mental  Traumas and the Formation and Healing of the War Neuroses

Publication in 84 pages

Munich, Leipzig, 1918

RG-08.27, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Parecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908

Critical contribution to Ätiologie der Dementia praecox or in English translation Etiology of Dementia “Precocious Madness,” Germany, 1908

Brochure (document) in 63 pages

Published in Rostock, Germany in 1908

Defended in University of Rostock

Language, German

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Dr. Ernst Simmel, Inaugural Dissertation, Etiology of Dementia Praecox, in German, 1908

Dr. Simmel, Inaugural Dissertation, University of Rostock, 1908

Dementia Praecox, premature dementia, terminology

Kraepelinian dichotomy, terminology

Psychopathology, a study of mental disease, terminology

Dementia Praecox, a biological disorder, not the product of psychological trauma, discourse

Dr. Kraepelin, prospective treatment of Dementia Praecox, history

Scientific works of Dr. Simmel in German, German period

Dr. Ernst Simmel, German period, Rostock, Berlin, scientific work, discourse

Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Praecox, discourse and research, 1908

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Theory and research in psychiatry

Theory and research in Psychiatry, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.28, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944

Reprint from The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. XIII, 1944

Brochure (document) in 27 pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

An effective superego can provide the ego with temporary instinct security, Simmel, discourse

An instinct appears to us as a borderland concept between the mental and physical, Freud

Anxiety is a specific phenomenon of a quantitative  disturbance of the narcissistic libido, Simmel

A tendency to keep the libidinal tension within the ego beyond the Unlust, unpleasure, experienced

Conflict between the Ego and the Sexual Instinct, Freud

Destructive energies is a manifestation of an instinct of self-preservation, Simmel

Dr. Ernst Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, article, 1944

Dr. Simmel, Scientific works, abstracts

Dr. Simmel, Theories of Libido and Instinct, discourse

Dualistic theory of instincts, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Dualistic concept of ego self-preservation versus Id instinctual claims, Freud

External object reality and internal instinct psychic reality establish superego, Simmel, discourse

Extra-individual life is also responsible for all intra-individual disturbances, Simmel, discourse

Fear, a perception that there is no friendly object available to bring about a release, Simmel

Fear of annihilation or death results form the concomitant perception of an object stronger than Ego

Hate is the emotional expression of demands of the gastrointestinal zone, Simmel, discourse

Infant regains general instinct repose through the satiation of gastrointestinal tract, Simmel

Libido as a psychological energy was primarily objectless, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Libido could be considered  the dynamic cause  of such ego manifestation as hypochondria, psychoses

Libido could be sent out or withdrawn by the ego in accordance with its needs, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Libido is first and foremost narcissistic libido, Simmel, discourse

Libido is the investment of energy directed by the ego to the object of its sexual desire, Freud

Love is the emotional expression of the genital zone, Simmel, discourse

Mature and healthy ego is unaware of itself while functioning with demands of object reality

Mouth and Anus are terminal parts that establish contacts with the object world, Simmel, discourse

Normal and abnormal phenomena of mental life are exemplified by conflict of two instinct primacies

Perception of Anxiety constitutes the danger situation for the ego, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Psycho-neurotic and psychotic disorders arise from the struggle of the ego to fight off anxiety

Psychoneurotic disorders result from the ego's need to set defense mechanism in motion

Quantitative distribution of narcissistic libido within the ego, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Rage is considered an emotional manifestation of a disturbed narcissistic equilibrium, Simmel

Self-preservation indicates the ego's tendency to keep itself free from anxiety, Simmel, discourse

Self-preservation is the preservation or reestablishment of the ego's narcissistic equilibrium

Struggle for reduction, keeping a constant level or removal of the inner stimulus tension, Simmel

Tendency to destruction of the object for object destruction serves for self-preservation, Simmel

The ascent from primitive object relationship by hatred to a civilized object relationship by love

The ego caught in the conflict between object-frustration and libidinal claims is in danger, Simmel

The Ego in all its conflicts can have no other goal than to maintain itself, Freud

The Ego must strive to keep up its inner narcissistic libido impulses, Dr. Simmel, discourse

The gastrointestinal primacy of our libido exerts its instinctual power, Simmel, discourse

The gastrointestinal primacy operates as the primitive agent of our libido, Simmel, discourse

The gastrointestinal stage of libido organization is the most primitive one, thesis, Simmel

The instinct of self-preservation as the sex instinct strives at the synthesis of living substances

The instinct of self-preservation is within the individual, Simmel, discourse

The intestinal primacy becomes subordinated to the genital primacy in the maturing process, Simmel

The most primitive stage of libido development is not the oral, but the gastrointestinal libido

The object of self-preservation instinct is food, Dr. Simmel, discourse

The organic source of self-preservation instinct is gastrointestinal tract, Dr. Simmel, discourse

The origin of self-preservation instinct is to devour, Dr. Simmel, discourse

The sex instincts extend beyond the borderline of the individual, Simmel, discourse

The superego is a compromise formation, Dr. Simmel, discourse

The Theory of psychoneuroses and psychoses, discourse

The theory of psychoneuroses and psychoses, Dr. Simmel, discourse

Ego tends to abandon its genital libido primacy in an exchange for gastrointestinal libido primacy

Object love frustration implies that the ego tends to reinstate the condition of the instinct repose

Nirvana, i.e., the condition of the instinct repose is the attraction of all regressive trends

In the narcissistic neuroses and psychoses the ego has abandoned the genital primacy, Simmel

In the narcissistic neuroses and psychoses the ego has given in to the gastrointestinal primacy

Manifestation of the neuroses and psychoses reflect a defense of the ego against the danger, Simmel

The conflict of the ego delineates the state of being caught between two alternatives, Simmel

Ego caught between two alternatives, that of preserving the frustrating object and preserving itself

The ego traverses from the transference neuroses via the narcissistic neuroses to the psychoses

In the transference neuroses the ego decides in favor of love and security, Simmel, discourse

A compulsive neurotic is capable of preserving his object by discharging his hatred in his thinking

The libido is withdrawn from the object and placed upon the ego that substitutes for the object

The ego is tortured by gnawings  of conscience or remorse, Simmel, discourse

The manic state represents the fusion of ego and superego, Simmel, discourse

The process of defusion of constructive and destructive energies corresponds with regression itself

Object frustration, theory and discourse, Dr. Ernst Simmel

The first object conflict in life results in keeping the devouring instinct in the unconscious

The conflict of ambivalence is a determining factor in the symptomatology of mental disorders

The thwarting of the erotic gratification provokes a route of aggressiveness against who interfered

The conscience was formed in the beginning from the suppression of an aggressive impulse, Simmel

The superego came into existence through the process of identification, Simmel, discourse

Destructive instincts in the psyche of individuals affecting intrapersonal, interpersonal conflicts

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.29, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936

This Paper was presented for California Psychoanalytic Conference in San Francisco in 1936

Language, English

Document in nine pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Acting out could be viewed out of repression, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Acting out in the form of playing prevents an actual conflict from becoming introverted, Simmel

Dr. Ernst Simmel, The Phenomenon of Acting Out, article

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Formation of symptoms is brought about by failure of repression, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Guilt feeling and fear of one’s own conscience is not identical, Simmel, discourse

In play the child tries to repeat actively what it was submitted to passively of his weakness Simmel

In the child's mental system there is no demarcation between conscious, preconscious and unconscious

Phenomenon of acting out, terminology, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Phenomenon of symptom formation, terminology, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Repression can only take place after the development of the Super Ego function, Freud

Repression derives from a clash with reality to protect the Ego from the pressure of Id, terminology

Repression is a defense mechanism of the Ego, terminology, Dr. Ernst Simmel

The child actual reality and psychic reality can be identical, Freud

The neurotic symptoms also satisfy the Super Ego as a representative of reality, discourse, Simmel

The neurotic symptoms is a compromise formation, somewhat satisfying the Id, terminology, Simmel

The fear of frustration and the threatening outcome from the ego, Simmel, discourse

The person changes object love into identification love, Simmel, discourse

It deserves a special investigation in how far anxiety can be avoided through acting out, Simmel

Acting out in psychoanalysis is the repetition of acting out in childhood, Simmel, discourse

In childhood children act out instinctual drives before they become repressed, Simmel, discourse

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.30, Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, 1941

An appeal composed by Edna Blue, Executive Chairman

The document informs that by the efforts undertaken by Anna Freud, Dorothy Burlingham and Lilian Lyon, a Recuperation Center h for the families who have been bombed was opened in England.

It is an appeal to collect funds

Document in two pages, in English

Creator,

Edna Blue, executive chairman

Subjects,

Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, humanitarian organization

Recuperation Center for accommodation of the families whose houses had been bombed out, 1941

Founders of the Recuperation Center, England, Anna Freud, Dorothy Borlingham, Lilian Bowes, 1941

The Foster Parents' Plan pledges support to the Recuperation Center in England, 1941

Appeal for financial support for the Recuperation Center in England, 1941

American Committee for the Foster Parents' Plan for  War Children, 1941

Eric Muggeridge, executive secretary, Foster Parents Plan, American Committee, 1941

Josep Gelabert, chairman, Foster Parents' Plan, American Committee

Edna Blue, executive chairman, Foster Parents' Plan, American Committee, 1941

Walter Bluh, treasure, Foster Parents' Plan, American Committee, 1941

Ludwig Prosnitz, auditor, Foster Parents' Plan, American Committee, 1941

John Langdon, Founder, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

J.B. Priestely, chairman, Foster Parents Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Vernon Bartlett, M.P., Vice Chairman, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Sydney Bernstein, treasure, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Dorothy Morland, honorary secretary, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

The Duchess of Atholl, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

The Earl of Listowel, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Captain J.R.J. Macnamara, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Frencis Meynell, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Lady O'conor, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Eleanor Rathbone, M.P., Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Sir Richard Ress, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Wilfrid Roberts, M.P., Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Dr. Audrey Russell, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Stephen Spender, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Dame Sybil Thorndike, Foster Parents' Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Edith Pye, Foster Parents Plan, British Headquarters, 1941

Humanitarian and charitable organization, UK and America

Documents, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, membership lists

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.31, Dr. Ernst Simmel, photograph, ca 1920s

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947) Organstoerungen

Subjects,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, photographs, German period

Dr. Simmel, scholarly productive German period, 1919-1934

Dr. Ernst Simmel, personal photographs

Dr. Ernst Simmel, photo-documents

Personal History, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

RG-08.32, Dr. Simmel, unpublished and published works, in German and English, 1909 – 1947

Bibliography, compiled in the 1960s

Rubrics,

Untranslated papers

Lectures and Presentations

Publications

Discourses

Language, German and English

Document in four pages

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

Dr. Simmel, Analysis of Numbers in a Dream, lecture, May 6, 1924

Dr. Simmel, An Observation on the Id in a Parapraxis, lecture, November 1922

Dr. Simmel, Bibliography of published and unpublished scholarly works, German and English

Dr. Simmel, bibliography of scholarly works in German and English, 1900 -- 1947

Dr. Simmel, Communication of a Dream containing the entire Oedipus Complex, lecture November 4, 1923

Dr. Simmel, Congress Paper, Psychoanalytic Observations on the Origin and Progress of Disease, 1922

Dr. Simmel, Congress Paper, The psycho-physical significance of the intestinal organs in repression

Dr. Simmel, Die psychoanalytische Behandlung in der Klinik, 1928, 14, 352 - 370

Dr. Simmel, Eroeffnung einer psychoanalytischen Klinik in Berlin, publication, 1927, 13: 245-246

Dr. Simmel, From Analysis of the Painter, lecture, September 24, 1920, in German

Dr. Simmel, Kritischer Beitrag zur Aetiologie der Dementia Praecox, inaugural dissertation, 1909, 63

Dr. Simmel, lectures and presentations, 1919 -- 1931, translated from German titles

Dr. Simmel, Manuscripts, unpublished works in English, 1936 -- 1947

Dr. Simmel, Methode und Indikation in der Psychoanlyse, 1927. 4: 28 - 39

Dr. Simmel, Methode und Indikation in der Psychoanlyse, 1927. Discussion, 93 - 103

Dr. Simmel, On a Displacement of Sexual Resistance to the Intellectual Field, lecture, May 13, 1923

Dr. Simmel, On the Intestinal Conquest of Libido, lecture, May 15, 1923

Dr. Simmel, Praegenitalprimat und intestinale Stufe der Libidoorganization, publication, 1933, 19

Dr. Simmel, Prinzipielle Gesichtspunkte fuer die Durchfuehrung der psychoanalytische Behandlung 1927

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalyse  der Massen, publication, Vossische Zeitung, Berlin, 1919

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis of a Gambler, lecture, October 14, 1919 in German

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytische Gesichtspunkte fuer die Psychosenbehandlung, publication, 1929, 53: 60

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytische Gesichtspunkte zu Psychotherpie der Psychose, publication, 1929

Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytische Voraussetzungen fuer die Behandlung der Schizophrenie, 1929, 15: 516

Dr. Simmel, publications in German and English, 1900 -- 1947

Dr. Simmel, published works in German, 1900 -- 1935

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Dr. Simmel, The Case  of a Patient who did not Speak, lecture, January 24, 1922

Dr. Simmel, The Psychoanalysis of the Tic, lecture, March 17, 1921, in German

Dr. Simmel, Ueber die Psychognese von Organstoerungen und ihre psychanalytische Behandlung, 1931

Dr. Simmel, Ueber Psychoanalyze -- Gedanen zur Zeit, publication, Frankfurt am Main, 1929

Dr. Simmel, Zum Problem von Zwang und Sucht, publciation, 1930

Dr. Simmel, Zur Psychoanalyse des Spielers, publication, 1920, 8 - 11

Dr. Simmel, Zur Psychologie der Geschlecter. Zwei Radiovortraege, 1933, 5: 285 - 301

Dr. Simmels, Comments on the dreams of a female epileptic patient, lecture, February 14, 1922

Dr. Simmel, Two lectures on Psychoanalysis and Education, lecture, April 1925

Dr. Simmel, The Doctor Game, Repetition, Compulsion and the Profession of Medicine, lecture, May1926

Dr. Simmel, On Lay Analysis, lecture, February 26, 1926

Dr. Simmel, Congress paper, Basic psychoanalytic principles  in the treatment of schizophrenia, 1927

Dr. Simmel, Basic principles in conducting psychoanalytic treatment in a hospital, paper, 1929

Dr. Simmel, Psychogenesis and Psychotherapy of Organ Sickness, paper

Dr. Simmel, Congress paper, Addiction, paper, September  28, 1930

Dr. Ernst Simmel, Curriculum Vitae, 1920s, 1930s

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-08.33, A Psychological Radio Offence against Germany, preparatory narrative, ca 1941

Document in 47 pages

Language, English

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

Subjects,

An average German citizen is already fixated on Hitler, Simmel, 1941

Dr. Simmel, Psychological Offensive, discourse and connotation

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Hitler isolated every individual emotionally by inducing him to distrust his neighbors and friends

In short psychotherapy we bring them active help to change unsatisfactory reality, Simmel

In short psychotherapy we help patients not only to recognize reality but support him externally

Normality, described in psychoanalytic terms, signifies that the Ego is capable of testing reality

Normality, in psychoanalytic terms, infers ability of ego to test reality and act accordingly Simmel

Our intention is to take away the German people transference to Hitler and attach it to us, Simmel

Panic is a mental condition brought about by a situation of helplessness, Simmel

Psychological broadcasts, delusion of Fata Morgana -- a Greater Germany, Simmel

Psychological broadcasts, Germans against Germans, Dr. Simmel

Psychological broadcasts, Hitler considers Germany a part of his own Ego, Dr. Simmel

Psychological broadcasts, Hitler is the representative of the old order, the policy of disaster

Psychological broadcasts, Hitler jeopardizes the very existence of Germany, Dr. Simmel

Psychological broadcasts, the errors committed by other countries created a desperate situation

Psychological offensive on Germany must be unconcealed and open attempt to contact public opinion

Psychological offensive on Germany shall not be disguised, Simmel

Psychological warfare, radio broadcasts in German, Dr. Simmel, 1941

Psychological warfare is to disintegrate the individual mental system and hinder collective action

The broadcaster must claim for himself the place within the superego of the Germans, Simmel

The message for dissenters in Germany, we fight for their as well as for our own liberty, Simmel

The message to the dissenters in Germany is our encouragement, Psychological warfare, Simmel

The parent who provides security gives love and receives love in return, Dr. Simmel

The prohibition to speak, i.e. verbalize feelings must have led retroactively to inhibition to think

The purpose of psychological warfare is to demoralize Home Front, Dr. Simmel

The second category of listeners are those who suffer from the Nazi regime but have no clear concept

The Superego of the Germans had been usurped by Hitler, Simmel

The terror, a cowardly attack of several armed individuals on a single unarmed one, Dr. Simmel

The terror creates artificial loyalty arising from fear, Dr. Simmel

The terror is the most despicable of all weapons, Dr. Simmel

We have to show that the first ruthless German psychological offensive was launched against Germans

Dr. Simmel, Revealing deceptive Nazi ideology in personal discourse

Dr. Simmel, Nazis shift the emphasis from actual issues to personal matters, personal discourse

Nazi speakers obeyed the orders of their commanders, typology of Nazi ideology, Simmel

Dr. Simmel, the most effective psychological weapon of Hitler is antisemitism, discourse

Dr. Simmel, to eradicate Hitler's antithesis that America is governed by Jews, discourse

Dr. Simmel, Antisemitism is a powerful instrument in Nazi propaganda, discourse

No American broadcaster need feel ashamed of sympathizing with the German Jews persecuted by Hitler

Nazi fiction of International Jewry as inimical to the German race, Nazi psychological warfare

Jews within Germany can always be blamed when external enemies gain in victories or prestige

Dr. Simmel, aggressive-destructive energies has been stirred up in the minds of German people

The problem of antisemitism to be used by broadcasters to re-erect a civilized super ego in Germans

An example of honorable Austrian officer who dared protect a Jew after the German invasion of Vienna

Austrian officer to a Jewish gentleman, please accept my apologies in the name of German people

Every German who sees a yellow star on the sleeve of a Jewish fellow-man should be ashamed, Simmel

Dr. Simmel, the yellow star is not a defamation of the Jews, it is the defamation of Germany

Everyone who sees a yellow star should if only in his heart apologize in the name of German people

Nazis misuse the inhibitory effect that symbols exert on the intellectual capacity of judging

Arrogance in replacing the traditional German greeting Gruess Gott by Heil Hitler, Dr. Simmel

Dr. Simmel, Psychological Broadcasts, quotations from Lessing, Fichte, Kant should be given

Dr. Simmel, Psychological broadcasts, poems like Heine should be recited

Dr. Simmel, Psychological broadcasts, music by Mendelsohn should be played

Dr. Simmel, Psychological Broadcasts, the great German dramatist Schiller should be well represented

Dr. Simmel, Psychological Broadcasts, Schiller, "Wilhelm Tell", overthrow of the tyrant

Dr. Simmel, Roosevelt-Churchill program could not be suitable to arouse a rebel passion in Germans

The Roosevelt-Churchill program of Germany lacks concreteness and leaves it open to misinterpretation

Dr. Simmel, it is well-calculated idea of Hitler to give Pax Germanica the name of The New Order

If the Republican regime has failed in Germany, it was not because Democracy failed, Simmel

Dr. Simmel, the German people did not make the right use of Democracy thus failing Republican regime

German Democracy strove against fascism but found no support from the great powers, Simmel

For Germans the abstract terms of Peace and Democracy have had a negative connotation up to present

Peace after war is possible if relations between nations are regulated by International Parliament

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

- Scientific works such as monographs, essays, articles and notes;

- Unpublished manuscripts, prepared in Los Angeles, some of them did not see publications;

- Official correspondences of behalf of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Narratives related to scientific, business and council meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Preparatory substantiations for the establishment of Psychoanalytic Institute and Psychoanalytic Foundation in Los Angeles;

- Personal correspondences with colleagues and scholars, largely related to the Science of Psychoanalysis;

- Public lectures, presentation and speeches also related to the Science of Psychoanalysis

- Drafts of articles, essays and monographs and editorial work on them

It is estimated that the number of Dr. Simmel's various Papers being archived at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles amounted to 8000 pages of documents.

- Official correspondences of behalf of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Narratives related to scientific, business and council meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Preparatory substantiations for the establishment of Psychoanalytic Institutute and Psychoanalytic Foundation in Los Aangles;

- Personal correspondences with colleagues and scholars, largely related to the Science of Psychoanalysis;

- Public lectures, presentation and speeches also related to the Science of Psychoanalysis

- Drafts of articles, essays and monographs and editorial work on them

It is estimated that the number of Dr. Simmel's various Papers being archived at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles amounted to 8000 pages of documents.

Category of sources,

Correspondences during the course of Dr. Simmel activities in organizing, teaching and writing. He exchanged letters with analytic colleagues on international scale, Sigmund Freud included.

Dr. Simmel corresponded with Dr. Karl Abraham, Dr. Sachs, Dr. Ernest Jones, Dr. Edward Glover, Dr. Anna Freud, Princess Marie Bonoparte.

Correspondences during the Topeka Period

Correspondences with the San Francisco colleagues, including Dr. Bernfeld, Dr. Windholz, Dr. Kasanin, Dr. Erikson

Lectures and Presentations

Bibiography of his works compiled by himself for the period of 1908 to 1946

The Greensteinn index of Dr. Simmel's publications in German comprises 27 papers

Collection Historical Note

SIMMEL, ERNST (1882-1947)

Neurologist and psychoanalyst Ernst Simmel was born on April 4, 1882, in Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland) and died in Los Angeles on November 11, 1947.

From a Jewish background, Simmel was the youngest of nine children. His father, Siegfried, was a banker; his mother, Johanna, managed an employment agency for domestic servants.

What are we to do now when we have lost Ernst Simmel and leadership?

We want to continue to follow the spirit of his leadership, to identify ourselves with him and his constructive plans."

After studying medicine and psychiatry in Berlin and Rostock, Simmel received his medical degree in 1908; his dissertation concerned the psychogenic etiology of dementia praecox. Early in his career he worked as a general practitioner in Berlin. During World War I, however, he served as military doctor and chief of a hospital for psychiatric battle casualties in Posen. There he introduced the use of psychodynamic principles; at the time, he was still self-taught in psychoanalysis.

Returning to Berlin after the war, Simmel underwent a didactic analysis with Karl Abraham in 1919. Together with Abraham and Max Eitington, he helped establish the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920. He served as president of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society from 1926 to 1930, and founded and served as chief physician of the Tegel sanitarium Schloss Tegel, outside Berlin, in 1927. The sanatorium, the first ever designed to employ psychoanalytic principles in treating patients who might benefit from observation, went bankrupt and closed in 1931.

In 1910, Simmel married Alice Seckelson, and the couple would have two sons. In 1929 he married his second wife, Hertha Brüggemann.

Simmel, a liberal who had helped to found the Society of Socialist Physicians and served as its president from 1924 to 1933, ran afoul of Nazi authorities soon after Hitler came to power in 1933. Emigrating to the United States in 1934, he moved to Los Angeles after a brief period at the Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute. He was instrumental in founding the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute soon after the Second World War; he also helped establish the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, and served as its first president.

Simmel published both clinical and theoretical papers. On the Psychoanalysis of War Neuroses (1921) became a classic. His 1927 lecture at the Innsbruck Congress on the use of psychoanalytic principles in treating institutionalized patients was also highly original. A major theoretical contribution is "Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct," published in 1944. Another significant contribution to theory was Simmel's hypothesis concerning the existence of pre-oedipal anal libido, germane to certain psychosomatic and psychotic disorders. These ideas would find resonance in the work of Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion, and Donald Meltzer.

Simmel also published some thirty original works on social issues, clinical problems, and matters of mental health policy. He is important both as a founder of the institutions noted above and for establishing a place for psychoanalysis in health care and suggesting its applications to clinical medicine. Many of his works concern psychosomatic medicine, including his "Über die Psychogenese von Organstörungen und ihre psychoanalytische Behandlung" (The Psychogenesis of Organic Disturbances and Their Psychoanalytic treatment") from 1931. He edited the anthology Anti-Semitism. A Social Disease, published in 1946. Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen [Psychoanalysis and its applications], a collection of numerous abstracts, lectures, and unpublished manuscripts, appeared in 1993.

Dr. David Brunswick, one of the founders of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, friend and colleague of Dr. Ernst Simmel in December 1947, in his speech in Memoriam of Dr. Ernst Simmel, has said,

"I first met Ernst Simmel at his psychoanalytic sanitarium at Schloss Tegel in Berlin in the Spring of 1930. He impressed me as a very friendly man, with dignity and a great deal of energy and vey intelligent.

Early in 1933, after National Socialists in Germany had begun persecuted Jews, it soon appeared that Germany would lose a great number of its professional for their only Jewish origin.

A small group of us, psychoanalysts practicing in Los Angeles, the nucleous of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, decided to invite one of the German psychoanalyts to settle here to help us learn more and to help bring order and organization into the psychoanalytic field in Los Angeles.

I thought at once of Simmel. Franz Alexander in Chicago and Professor Paul Epstein, Dr. Hans Sachs deicisively backed up our choice of Simmel.

We invited Dr. Simmel and after the usual vicissitudes of escape from Nazi Germany and trouble over the United States immigration visa, he and his wife and their two-year-old son arrived  in Los Angeles at the end of April 1934 and rom that time I counted him among my friends.

We were never disappointed in Dr. Simmel' abilities and he organized for us and led our Psychoanalytic Study Group and then also when the time was ripe, the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis. We must blame ourselves, I believe, for the fact that he was not able to found here two other organizations, namely a psychoanalytic clinic and a psychoanalytic sanitarium, both much needed and both so dear to him."

Additional bibliographic notes,

in 1913 he began his private practice in general medicine. He chose a modest suburb of Berlin, because he was not interseted in a lucrtive practice. It is noteworthy that the young physician, whose medical thinking had been shaped  by the exlusively organic and descriptive teaching then prevailing, was sufficiently alert and open-minded to recognize the validity fo the Freudean approach and its application to Dementia Praecox, as suggested by Jung. He foresaw that these theories were to open new vistas for research and an understanding of mental phenomena.

In the course of the First World War, he was at first a general medical officer with combat troops. In 1916, he was placed in charge of a special military hospital for war neuroses. It was here that his career as a psychotherapist and psycho-analyst was initiated. He laucned upon a trail-blazing activity, using hyponosis in combination with comprehension of psycho-analytic dynamics in the treatment of soldiers suffering from war neuroses. In essense, the methods used in the Second World War were identical with those initiated by Simmel twenty-five years earlier. It is a striking commentary on Ernst Simmel's vision, skills and courage that he employed these technicques at a time when this area was truly terra incognita.

His experience in the First World War were summarized in this Paper, The Inter-Relationship of War Neuroses and Mental Trauma -- A Hypno-Analytic Research. For this work, he was awarded  the Freud Prize in 1918.

After the war , he returned to Berlin and resumed private practice. From this time on, his career branched out from his own practice of psychiatry and psycho-analysis into research, teaching and organizing on an extensive scale.

Simmel was one of the founder of the Berlin Psycho-Analytic Institute. He was instrumental in developing some of the fundamental principles for trainign psycho-analysts, through participation in the establishment of the first education committee in Berlin, he worked out the initial trainign curriculum. In this connection, he introduced  the plan of supervised  analyses and case siminars.

In 1927 at Schloss Tegel, near Berlin, Ernst Simmel founded  the first sanitarium operating on psycho-analytic principles. As its  medical director  he not only treated patients  psychoanalytically, but also devised methods of occupational therapy based on metapsychological principles. Cases admitted for treatment at this institution included patients suffering from somatic diseases, addictions, border-line schizophrenia and sexual criminal offenders.

Simmel was invited to come to Southern California in 1934 to establish an institute to train psychiatrists in psychoanalysis. Here he became the official representative of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute. Herganized the few trained analysts then in California into the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles and later he was the organizer of the San Francisco and the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Societies. He introduced and conducted  the first psychoanalytic seminars for teachers and social workers and eventually evolved a program to train psychiatrists in Psychoanalysis.

It was largely due to his efforts that Psychoanalysis achieved scientific approbation in the eyes of the public and of the medical profession in California.

For years he tried  to establish a Psychoanalytic Institute in Southern California for training and teaching, as well as for research based on data gathered in psychoanalytic hospital and free clinic.

Unfortunately, circumstances permitted only the establishment of a singel department of such an institute, namely a school to train psychiatrists in Psychoanalysis. It was one of the disappointments that darkened the last months  of his life and his dream of an institute to further  and safeguard the Psychoanalytic Movement in Southern California was not realized.

Simmel's scientific publications number more than sixty. The problem with wchich he was chiefly  concerned can be classified under the following headings,

-war neuroses,

- institutiona psychoanalytic treatment,

-therapy for psychoses,

-the psychogenesis for organic diseases,

--psycho-somatic medicine,

- application of psychoanalysis in criminology,,

-varia

Biographical Note

Neurologist and psychoanalyst Ernst Simmel was born on April 4, 1882, in Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland) and died in Los Angeles on November 11, 1947.

From a Jewish background, Simmel was the youngest of nine children. His father, Siegfried, was a banker; his mother, Johanna, managed an employment agency for domestic servants.

After studying medicine and psychiatry in Berlin and Rostock, Simmel received his medical degree in 1908; his dissertation concerned the psychogenic etiology of dementia praecox. Early in his career he worked as a general practitioner in Berlin. During World War I, however, he served as military doctor and chief of a hospital for psychiatric battle casualties in Posen. There he introduced the use of psychodynamic principles; at the time, he was still self-taught in psychoanalysis.

Returning to Berlin after the war, Simmel underwent a didactic analysis with Karl Abraham in 1919. Together with Abraham and Max Eitington, he helped establish the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920. He served as president of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society from 1926 to 1930, and founded and served as chief physician of the Tegel sanatoriumat Schloss Tegel, outside Berlin, in 1927. The sanatorium, the first ever designed to employ psychoanalytic principles in treating patients who might benefit from observation, went bankrupt and closed in 1931.

In 1910, Simmel married Alice Seckelson, and the couple would have two sons. In 1929 he married his second wife, Hertha Brüggemann.

Simmel, a liberal who had helped to found the Society of Socialist Physicians and served as its president from 1924 to 1933, ran afoul of Nazi authorities soon after Hitler came to power in 1933. Emigrating to the United States in 1934, he moved to Los Angeles after a brief period at the Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute. He was instrumental in founding the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute soon after the Second World War; he also helped establish the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, and served as its first president.

Simmel published both clinical and theoretical papers. On the Psychoanalysis of War Neuroses (1921) became a classic. His 1927 lecture at the Innsbruck Congress on the use of psychoanalytic principles in treating institutionalized patients was also highly original. A major theoretical contribution is "Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct," published in 1944. Another significant contribution to theory was Simmel's hypothesis concerning the existence of pre-oedipal anal libido, germane to certain psychosomatic and psychotic disorders. These ideas would find resonance in the work of Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion, and Donald Meltzer.

Simmel also published some thirty original works on social issues, clinical problems, and matters of mental health policy. He is important both as a founder of the institutions noted above and for establishing a place for psychoanalysis in health care and suggesting its applications to clinical medicine. Many of his works concern psychosomatic medicine, including his "Über die Psychogenese von Organstörungen und ihre psychoanalytische Behandlung" (The Psychogenesis of Organic Disturbances and Their Psychoanalytic treatment") from 1931. He edited the anthology Anti-Semitism. A Social Disease, published in 1946. Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen [Psychoanalysis and its applications.

FROM THE LETTER OF ERNST SIMMEL TO GEORG GRODDEK,

22 FEBRUARY 1934

MY DEPARTURE FROM EUROPE IS LIKE QUICKLY REMOVING FIRST AID TAPE – IT LEAVES ME SORE AND WHENEVER YOU THINK IT HAS COME LOOSE IT IS STILL STUCK IN ANOTHER SPOT. ONE MUST ALWAYS PAINFULLY TEAR OFF A NEW PIECE AND SUCH A PAINFUL SPOT YOU ARE FOR ME.

Subject/Index Terms

Application of Psychoanalysis to Criminology, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
Areas of scientific interests and works of Dr. Simmel
Biological terms, transmutation of external mobility of the organism in internal mobility of organs
Dr. Ernest Simmel, co-founder of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1920s
Dr. Ernest Simmel, German period, Rostock, Berlin, scientific work, discourse
Dr. Ernest Simmel, medical military service in the First World War, hospital for neuroses
Dr. Ernest Simmel, member of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society
Dr. Ernest Simmel, poor health and illness since 1943
Dr. Ernest Simmel, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, Berlin, 1920s, 1931, discourse
Dr. Ernest Simmel, scholar, President of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935 -- 1943
Dr. Ernest Simmel, studies, research, publication in Psychoanalysis, Germany, 1900 - 1934
Dr. Ernest Simmel, studies and professional work in Psychoanalysis, Berlin, 1908 - 1934
Dr.Freud, The Ways of Psychoanalytic Therapy, the Budapest Congress, 1918, Dr. Simmel, guidelines
Dr. Simmel, establishing methods in training, the supervised anaslysis and case seminars
Dr. Simmel, establishing the first curriculum for training in psychoanalysis, 1920s, Germany
Dr. Simmel, Freudian ideology of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Simmel, Freudian Psychoanalysis, principles, conceptions and content
Dr. Simmel, inspirer and the organizer of the Institute
Dr. Simmel, integrity of character, fearless, wit were his intrinsic qualities
Dr. Simmel, Men are being prompted by unconscious impulses or inhibitions, Psychoanalysis, theory
Dr. Simmel, perception and vision of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis
Dr. Simmel, program articles, lectures,  papers and presentations, Psychoanalysis
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Treatment in Hospital, discourse of Schloss-Tegel, publication 1928, 1929
Dr. Simmel, publications, appeared in German and international scholarly journals, 1908 - 1934
Dr. Simmel, The Interrelationship of War Neuroses and Mental Trauma, 1918, won Freud Prize, 1918
Dr. Simmel, the organizer of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society
Dr. Simmel, unattained dream of the full-scale Psychoanalytic Institute and Sanitarium in Los Angele
Dr. Simmel founded the Psychoanalytic Sanitarium at Schloss-Tegel, near Berlin in 1927, Director
Dr. Simmel induced the organization of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, 1940s
Dr. Simmel invited Frances Deri and Otto Fenichel, psychoanalysts from Europe
Dr. Simmel transformed Psychoanalytic Study Group into a formal organization in the summer of 1935
Dysfunction of the organ represents an irrational actions of the same organ within the organism
Five stages of a personal narrative in terms of mental discourse, Dr. Simmel
Frances Deri, Paper in Memoriam of Ernest Simmel, read on December 13, 1947, memorial meeting
Freud's formula, neurosis represents a reaction upon the pressure of civilization
Freud's formula, the hysteric person changes a private part of himself instead of his milieu
Inhibition of thoughts and actions -- reaction of an individual upon his milieu, Dr. Simmel
Institutional psychoanalytic treatment, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
Life circles in psychoanalytic terms by Dr. Simmel
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, applied psychoanalysis, Dr. Simmel
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Free Clinic, Dr. Simmel
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Research Division, Dr. Simmel
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, training facilities, Dr. Simmel
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis commence work in 1946, Dr. Simmel
Mental illness and physical illness may interchange and interplay which each other, Dr. Simmel
Prospective structure of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1939, 1940, Dr. Simmel
Psycho-somatic medicine, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Psychoanalysis defined correlations between organic diseases and mental diseases, Dr. Simmel
Psychogenesis for organic diseases, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
School for Nursery Years, endorsed by Dr. Simmel, 1940
Scientific biography of Dr. Ernest Simmel, 1900 - 1947
Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis
Some repressed ideas have grown unconscious may manifest themselves of physical functions
Substantiations and prospective for the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis works of Dr. Simmel
The fifth life circle is love and matrimony, Dr. Simmel
The first life circle is the family, Dr. Simmel
The fourth life circle is social and societal, Dr. Simmel
The function of super-ego is a reflection of the childhood experience, Dr. Simmel
The key to mastering ones own life is to know the unconscious, Freud, by Dr. Simmel
The Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, effort to organize and function, all by Dr. Simmel
Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives
Therapy for Psychoses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
The second life circle is school, Dr. Simmel
The sense of Freud's formula, neuroses represents a reaction upon the pressure of civilization
The third life circle is profession, business or trade, Dr. Simmel
The unconscious determines life conflict, Psychoanalysis, theory
Transmutation of the external mobility of the joint organism into the internal mobility of organs
War-Neuroses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel

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Related Materials:

RG -- 01, Psychoanalytic Institute Foundation of Los Angles, 1938 --1940

RG -- 06, Psychoanalytic Study  Group of Los Angeles, 1935 -- 1946, Papers RG -- 18, Correspondences from  Dr. Freud to Dr. Simmel, 1918 -- 1939 RG -- 24, Selected Correspondences between the Freudian Circle of Psychoanalysts, 1918 -- 1950s

Preferred Citation: Archive of the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles

Other Note:

SIMMEL, ERNST (1882-1947)

Neurologist and psychoanalyst Ernst Simmel was born on April 4, 1882, in Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland) and died in Los Angeles on November 11, 1947.

From a Jewish background, Simmel was the youngest of nine children. His father, Siegfried, was a banker; his mother, Johanna, managed an employment agency for domestic servants.

After studying medicine and psychiatry in Berlin and Rostock, Simmel received his medical degree in 1908; his dissertation concerned the psychogenic etiology of dementia praecox. Early in his career he worked as a general practitioner in Berlin. During World War I, however, he served as military doctor and chief of a hospital for psychiatric battle casualties in Posen. There he introduced the use of psychodynamic principles; at the time, he was still self-taught in psychoanalysis.

Returning to Berlin after the war, Simmel underwent a didactic analysis with Karl Abraham in 1919. Together with Abraham and Max Eitington, he helped establish the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920. He served as president of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society from 1926 to 1930, and founded and served as chief physician of the Tegel sanitarium Schloss Tegel, outside Berlin, in 1927. The sanatorium, the first ever designed to employ psychoanalytic principles in treating patients who might benefit from observation, went bankrupt and closed in 1931.

In 1910, Simmel married Alice Seckelson, and the couple would have two sons. In 1929 he married his second wife, Hertha Brüggemann.

Simmel, a liberal who had helped to found the Society of Socialist Physicians and served as its president from 1924 to 1933, ran afoul of Nazi authorities soon after Hitler came to power in 1933. Emigrating to the United States in 1934, he moved to Los Angeles after a brief period at the Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute. He was instrumental in founding the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute soon after the Second World War; he also helped establish the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, and served as its first president.

Simmel published both clinical and theoretical papers. On the Psychoanalysis of War Neuroses (1921) became a classic. His 1927 lecture at the Innsbruck Congress on the use of psychoanalytic principles in treating institutionalized patients was also highly original. A major theoretical contribution is "Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct," published in 1944. Another significant contribution to theory was Simmel's hypothesis concerning the existence of pre-oedipal anal libido, germane to certain psychosomatic and psychotic disorders. These ideas would find resonance in the work of Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion, and Donald Meltzer.

Simmel also published some thirty original works on social issues, clinical problems, and matters of mental health policy. He is important both as a founder of the institutions noted above and for establishing a place for psychoanalysis in health care and suggesting its applications to clinical medicine. Many of his works concern psychosomatic medicine, including his "Über die Psychogenese von Organstörungen und ihre psychoanalytische Behandlung" (The Psychogenesis of Organic Disturbances and Their Psychoanalytic treatment") from 1931. He edited the anthology Anti-Semitism. A Social Disease, published in 1946. Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen [Psychoanalysis and its applications], a collection of numerous abstracts, lectures, and unpublished manuscripts, appeared in 1993.

Overall these Papers could be categorized in to the following groups,

- Scientific works such as monographs, essays, articles and notes;

- Unpublished manuscripts, prepared in Los Angeles, some of them did not see publications;

- Official correspondences of behalf of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Narratives related to scientific, business and council meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles;

- Preparatory substantiations for the establishment of Psychoanalytic Institute and Psychoanalytic Foundation in Los Angeles;

- Personal correspondences with colleagues and scholars, largely related to the Science of Psychoanalysis;

- Public lectures, presentation and speeches also related to the Science of Psychoanalysis

- Drafts of articles, essays and monographs and editorial work on them

It is estimated that the number of Dr. Simmel's various Papers being archived at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles amounted to 8000 pages of documents.


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[Item 5: RG-08.05, Simel, the Organizer by Dr. Brunswick, December 13, 1947, December 13, 1947],
[Item 6: RG-08.06, Dr. Simmel, Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primary and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933],
[Item 7: RG-08.07, Dr. Simmel, Abstract of his article Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933],
[Item 8: RG-08.08, Dr. Simmel, Courses of Trreatment in the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1929, 1930, 1929, 1930],
[Item 9: RG-08.09, Dr. Simmel, article in German, A Screen Memory in the Course of Formation, published in 1925, 1925],
[Item 10: RG-08.10, Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, Paper presented  before the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, Spring 1944],
[Item 11: RG-08.11, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis and Mental Health, Paper presented to Psychoanalytic Associatiation, 1940s],
[Item 12: RG-08.12, Dr. Simmel, Editor, Anti-Semitism, A Social Disease, A collection of essays, cover pages, 1946, 1946],
[Item 13: RG-08.13, Letter from the editor, International University Press,  to Dr. Simmel, January 15, 1947, January 15, 1947],
[Item 14: RG-08.14, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Kurth, editor,  with regard to his book, January 2, 1947, January 2, 1947],
[Item 15: RG-08.15, Letter from Dr. Kurth to Dr. Simmel with regard to the published book, December 23, 1946, December 23, 1946],
[Item 16: RG-08.16, Letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, appreciation of the recognition, December 31, 1946, December 31, 1946],
[Item 17: RG-08.17, Letter to Dr. T.W. Adorno from Dr. Simmel, September 13, 1944, September 13, 1944],
[Item 18: RG-08.18, Dr. Simmel, War Neuroses, first published in Germany, 1918],
[Item 19: RG-08.19, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Kurth, editor of his book, June 7, 1946, June 7, 1946],
[Item 20: RG-08.20, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, in German ca 1946, ca 1946],
[Item 21: RG-08.21, A Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, November 1, 1940, November 1, 1940],
[Item 22: RG-08.22, A letter from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld to Dr. Simmel, September 18, 1944, September 18, 1944],
[Item 23: RG-08.23, A letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Bernfeld, September 12, 1944, September 12, 1944],
[Item 24: RG-08.24, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, related to Committee of Certification, January 11, 1941, January 11, 1941],
[Item 25: RG-08.25, A letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, A list of contributors, June 10, 1946, June 10, 1944],
[Item 26: RG-08.26, Dr. Simmel, Kriegs-Neurosen, Psychischen Traumas für die Entstehung und Heilung  von Kriegsneurosen, War Neuroses, 1918, 1918],
[Item 27: RG-08.27, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Praecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908],
[Item 28: RG-08.28, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944, 1944],
[Item 29: RG-08.29, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936, 1936],
[Item 30: RG-08.30, Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, 1941, 1941],
[Item 31: RG-08.31, Dr. Ernst Simmel, photograph, ca 1920s, RG-08.31],
[Item 32: RG-08.32, Dr. Simmel, unpublished and published works, in German and English, Bibliography, 1909 - 1947, 1900 -- 1947],
[Item 33: RG-08.33, A Psychological Radio Offence against Germany, preparatory narrative, ca 1941, ca 1941],
[Item 34: RG-08.34, Dr. Simmel, The children's doctor play, illness and medical profession, article in German, 1926, ca 1926],
[Item 35: RG-08.35, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis in Social Hygiene, article published in German, January 1931, January 1931],
[Item 36: RG-08.36, Obituary for Dr. Ernst Simmel, written by Dr. Ernst Lewy, 1947, 1947],
[Item 37: RG-08.37, Ernest Simmel, Routine course of events at Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, by Dr. Simmel, 1929, 1930, 1929, 1930],
[Item 38: RG-08.38, Dr. Ernst Simmel, article, Screen-Memory in the Nascent State, 1925, 1925],
[Item 39: RG-08.39, Dr. Simmel, article, Psychoanalytical Aspects of Psychotherapy of Psychosis, in German, 1929, 1929],
[Item 40: RG-08.40, Ten Years of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, collection of articles, Vienna, 1930, 1930],
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Item 9: RG-08.09, Dr. Simmel, article in German, A Screen Memory in the Course of Formation, published in 1925, 1925Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Analysis of screen memory as a protective mechanism. Analogy, analytic patients by the force of transerence are torn  between resistance and repitition-compulsion and are obliged to make mental compromises.
Subject/Index Terms:
Scholarly works of Dr. Ernest Simmel, publications
Dr. Simmel, scholarly productive German period, 1919-1934
Dr. Simmel, A Screen Memory in Statu Nascendi (Formation state), in German, 1925
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Theory and Conceptions
Dr. Simmel, the story behind the article A Screen Memory In State of Nascendi, 1925
Son of Dr. Ernest Simmel, medical treatment induced fears, 1925
Dr. Simmel, a screen memory repressed negative experience, related to his 3.5 year of age son
How the screen memory is formed, experience of Simmel's son, 1925
Dr. Simmel, the unpleasant ideas threatened to break into consciousness, formation of screen memory
Dr. Simmel, analytical patients are torn between  resistance and repetition-compulsion, 1925
Dr. Simmel, Screen Memories arise under the influence of transference and repetition-compulsion
Dr. Simmel, little boy, reaction to cruel undisguised tendency of a physician, 1925
Simmel, nowadays we curb our cruelty and only allow ourselves to injure our fellow-men mentally
Simmel, there are many adults who remain all their lives helpless children to mental attack
Simmel, Adults are also saddened or wounded if people jest with them, they understand jokes too well
Dr. Simmel, publications, appeared in German and international scholarly journals, 1908 - 1934
International Journal of Psychoanalysis, publications of Dr. Simmel
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Creators:
Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

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[Item 1: RG-08.01, Biographical Notes on Dr. Ernst Simmel by Dr. Kandelin,  June 1965, June 1965],
[Item 2: RG-08.02, Dr. Ernst Simmel, Appeal for War Children, January 1941, January 27, 1941],
[Item 3: RG-08.03, Ernst Simmel, Creative Organizer by Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch, July 1968, July 1968],
[Item 4: RG-08.04, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel by A. Kandelin],
[Item 5: RG-08.05, Simel, the Organizer by Dr. Brunswick, December 13, 1947, December 13, 1947],
[Item 6: RG-08.06, Dr. Simmel, Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primary and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933],
[Item 7: RG-08.07, Dr. Simmel, Abstract of his article Preparatory notes, article Pregenital Primacy and Intestinal Stage of the Libido Organization, 1933],
[Item 8: RG-08.08, Dr. Simmel, Courses of Trreatment in the Schloss Tegel Psychoanalytic Hospital, 1929, 1930, 1929, 1930],
[Item 9: RG-08.09, Dr. Simmel, article in German, A Screen Memory in the Course of Formation, published in 1925, 1925],
[Item 10: RG-08.10, Dr. Simmel, Incendiarism, Paper presented  before the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, Spring 1944],
[Item 11: RG-08.11, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis and Mental Health, Paper presented to Psychoanalytic Associatiation, 1940s],
[Item 12: RG-08.12, Dr. Simmel, Editor, Anti-Semitism, A Social Disease, A collection of essays, cover pages, 1946, 1946],
[Item 13: RG-08.13, Letter from the editor, International University Press,  to Dr. Simmel, January 15, 1947, January 15, 1947],
[Item 14: RG-08.14, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Kurth, editor,  with regard to his book, January 2, 1947, January 2, 1947],
[Item 15: RG-08.15, Letter from Dr. Kurth to Dr. Simmel with regard to the published book, December 23, 1946, December 23, 1946],
[Item 16: RG-08.16, Letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, appreciation of the recognition, December 31, 1946, December 31, 1946],
[Item 17: RG-08.17, Letter to Dr. T.W. Adorno from Dr. Simmel, September 13, 1944, September 13, 1944],
[Item 18: RG-08.18, Dr. Simmel, War Neuroses, first published in Germany, 1918],
[Item 19: RG-08.19, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Kurth, editor of his book, June 7, 1946, June 7, 1946],
[Item 20: RG-08.20, A letter to Dr. Simmel from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, in German ca 1946, ca 1946],
[Item 21: RG-08.21, A Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, November 1, 1940, November 1, 1940],
[Item 22: RG-08.22, A letter from Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld to Dr. Simmel, September 18, 1944, September 18, 1944],
[Item 23: RG-08.23, A letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Bernfeld, September 12, 1944, September 12, 1944],
[Item 24: RG-08.24, Letter from Dr. Simmel to Dr. Tidd, related to Committee of Certification, January 11, 1941, January 11, 1941],
[Item 25: RG-08.25, A letter to Dr. Kurth from Dr. Simmel, A list of contributors, June 10, 1946, June 10, 1944],
[Item 26: RG-08.26, Dr. Simmel, Kriegs-Neurosen, Psychischen Traumas für die Entstehung und Heilung  von Kriegsneurosen, War Neuroses, 1918, 1918],
[Item 27: RG-08.27, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Praecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908],
[Item 28: RG-08.28, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944, 1944],
[Item 29: RG-08.29, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936, 1936],
[Item 30: RG-08.30, Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, 1941, 1941],
[Item 31: RG-08.31, Dr. Ernst Simmel, photograph, ca 1920s, RG-08.31],
[Item 32: RG-08.32, Dr. Simmel, unpublished and published works, in German and English, Bibliography, 1909 - 1947, 1900 -- 1947],
[Item 33: RG-08.33, A Psychological Radio Offence against Germany, preparatory narrative, ca 1941, ca 1941],
[Item 34: RG-08.34, Dr. Simmel, The children's doctor play, illness and medical profession, article in German, 1926, ca 1926],
[Item 35: RG-08.35, Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalysis in Social Hygiene, article published in German, January 1931, January 1931],
[Item 36: RG-08.36, Obituary for Dr. Ernst Simmel, written by Dr. Ernst Lewy, 1947, 1947],
[Item 37: RG-08.37, Ernest Simmel, Routine course of events at Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, by Dr. Simmel, 1929, 1930, 1929, 1930],
[Item 38: RG-08.38, Dr. Ernst Simmel, article, Screen-Memory in the Nascent State, 1925, 1925],
[Item 39: RG-08.39, Dr. Simmel, article, Psychoanalytical Aspects of Psychotherapy of Psychosis, in German, 1929, 1929],
[Item 40: RG-08.40, Ten Years of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, collection of articles, Vienna, 1930, 1930],
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