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RG-13.01, A Psychoanalytic Study of an Inferiority Complex, by Dr. Mehl McDowell, ca 1958

RG-13.02, Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and  Adolescence, discourse , October 1, 1937

RG-13.03, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, by Dr. Simmel, October 7, 1938

RG-13.04, Ego, Strength and Weakness by Dr. Otto Fenichel, welcoming to the Study Group, June 24, 1938

RG-13.05, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, abstract, February 3, 1939

RG-13.06, Dr. Brunswick, Terminable and Endless Analysis, review of the Freud perception, December 3, 1937

RG-13.07, The Analysis of the Mother of a Tranvestite Boy by Dr. Robert Stoller, May 1965

RG-13.08, The Drivers and the Affects, an essay by Dr. Brunswick, March 18, 1965

RG-13.09, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Urge, paper presented to Psychoanalytic Study Group, February 3, 1939

RG-13.10, Dr. Bernfeld, Pathology and Logic of Interpretation, Decembe

RG-13.11, Dr. May Romm, Reformed and expedited psychoanalytic treatment, June 11, 1943

RG-13.12, Dr. Fenichel, The Psychology of the Emigrant, December 18, 1942

RG-13.13, Dr. Fenichel, Guilt Feeling, January 23, 1943

RG-13.14, Dr. Erikson, Psychiatric Observation on a Submarine, September 4, 1942

RG-13.15, Psychoanalysis in the work at the Induction Board, October 2, 1942

RG-13.16, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, lecture, October 23, 1946

RG-13.17, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse, October 30, 1946

RG-13.18, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 6, 1946

RG-13.19, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 13, 1946

RG-13.20,  Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Oedipus Situation, November 20, 1946

RG-13.21, Formation of the Superego, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, 1946

RG-13.22, Dr. Newhouse, Discussion on early indications of psychotic tendencies, December 13, 1946

RG-13.23, Dr. Ernst Simmel, War Neuroses, an English adaptation, 1944, first published in Germany, 1918

RG-13.24, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Parecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908

RG-13.25, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944

RG-13.26, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936

RG-13.27, Hanna Segal, Introduction to the Kleinian Techique in Psychoanalysis, January 10, 1966

RG-13.28, Hanna Segal, Delusion and Artistic Creativity, The Spire, 1973

RG-13.29, Hanna Segal, A Delusional System as a Defense against the re-emergence of a Catastrofic Situation

RG-13.30, Enid Balint, On the Feeling of being Empty of Oneself, 1963

RG-13.31, Ruth Aaron, The Analyst Emotional Life During Work, paper, undated

RG-13.32, George Pollock, Symbiosis and the Symbiotic Neurosis, paper, 1962

RG-13.33, Kato Van Leeuwen and Sydney Pomer, The Separation-Adaptation Response, Paper, 1969

RG-13.34, Leo Rangell, The Concept of Psychic Trauma, Paper, 1965

RG-13.35, Michael Balint, Two Forms of Regression -- Benign and Malignant, 1963

RG-13.36, Franz Alexander, The Dynamics of Psychotherapy in the Light of Learning Theory, 1963

RG-13.37, Herbert Schlesinger, Progressive and Regressive Elements in the Making of Promises, essay, 1962

RG-13.38, Hyman Weiland, A New Concept in Crisis Intervention, American annual meeting, 1967

RG-13.39, Leo Rangell, The Scope of Heinz Hartmann, essay, 1964

RG-13.40, Kato van Leeuwen, Child Sexual Abuse, Changes in Psychoanalytic Perspective, article, 1993

RG-13.41, Heiman van Dam, Problems of Transference in Child Analysis, 1966

RG-13.42, Hyman Weiland, Considering on the Development of Symbiosis, Separation Anxiety, essay

RG-13.43, Kato Van Leeuwen, Study of Separation-Adaptation Phenomena, June 1970

RG-13.44, Dr. Simmel, Anti-Semitism A Social Disease, collection of essays, edited by Simmel, 1946

RG-13.45, David Shakow, Psychoanalytic education for behavioral and social scientist, research, 1960s

RG-13.46, Anna Freud, Regression is instinctual, discourse, 1960s

RG-13.47, The Ego Fear of its Wish for Regress, discourse, unsigned, 1960s

RG-13.48, Letter from Charles Sarlin to Robert Jokl, regression and anxiety, correlation, April 20, 1959

RG-13.49, Letter from Jokl to Sarlin, The Ego and Regression, discourse, April 12, 1959

RG-13.50, Charles Sarlin, Ego psychology, regression and anxiety, correlation, essay, 1959



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Subjects: Adolescent type, A dangerous type, past accepted, present rejected, Adolescent type, An Obstreperous type, past rejected, present accepted, Adolescent type, A Quiet type, past and present accepted, Dr. Bernfeld, Adolescent type, A Simple type, past and present rejected, Dr. Bernfeld, Affect-Emotion-Activity complex, Dr. Brunswick, discourse, Affinity in functions of Defense and Aggression, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Aggressive-Destructive instincts by Freud, A marked difference between the boy and the adult transvestites, Dr. Stoller, Applied Psychoanalysis, narratives, A pubescent is expected to postpone, suppress or repel his new desire, Bernfeld, A pubescent pre-history determines if he will submit or rebel to the social demands, Bernfeld, A signal of Anxiety is perceived by the Ego to initiate defense activities, Dr. Stoller, discourse, Causation of bisexuality in the given case (the mother of the transvestite boy), Correlation with Anxiety-Fear-Defense, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Correlation with Rage-Anger-Aggression, Dr. Brunswick, discourse, Definition of Youth as a sociological concept, Dr. Bernfeld, Deformation of the Ego by the Defense Mechanism, key points of the analysis, Demarcation against adulthood is the lack of economic and sexual independence, Bernfeld, Demarcation against childhood is puberty, Dr. Bernfeld, Discourse on the typology of the instincts, bibliography of the subject, Dr. Brunswick, Discussion on Dr. Stoller, Paper, The Analysis of the Mother of the Transvestite Boy, 1965, Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive, Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick, Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Stoller, Paper, Dr. Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and Adolescence, lecture, Dr. Bernfeld, Scientific works, Dr. Bernfeld, two premises, a psychological puberty and the social coordinates, Dr. Brunswick, Afferent drives and efferent discharges, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, An Introduction to a Physiological Psychoanalytic Psychology, manuscript, Dr. Brunswick, A Revision of the Classification of Instincts or Drives, Paper, 1954, Dr. Brunswick, Classification of Instincts, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Defense must be considered as instinctual drive, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Defensive and Aggressive Drives, classification, Dr. Brunswick, definition and exposition of instinctual drives, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drives, conceptions and terminology, Dr. Brunswick, instinctual drives, the affects or emotions, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drive to defense and its related affects of fear and anxiety, conception, Dr. Brunswick, intentions to connect Psychoanalytic Theory with physiological substrate, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Pleasure, Pain and Affect, Paper, Dr. Brunswick, relationship between drives and affects, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, The Drivers and the Affects, Paper, 1965, Dr. Brunswick, Theory of Psychoanalysis with Underlying Psychology, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, There is no affect without relation to arousal or expression of instinctual drive, Dr. Brunswick, Vital and Libidinal Drives, classification, Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview, Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s, Dr. David Brunswick, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Dr. David Brunswick, President, Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 -- 1947, Dr. David Brunswick, Secretary, Psychoanalytic Study Group, Dr. Fenichel, Ego - Strength and  Weakness, a talk given at the scientific meeting, 1938, Dr. Fenichel, the Defense mechanism weakens the Ego, conception, Dr. Mehl McDowell, presentation of his Paper, An Inferiority Complex, 1960s, Dr. Otto Fenichel, scientific works, Dr. Otto Fenichel, talks, lectures and discussions, Psychoanalytic Study Group, Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory and discourse of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Otto Fenichel joins the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1938, Dr. Robert Stoller, The Analysis of the Mother of a Transvestite Boy, 1965, Dr. Simmel, Discourse on masturbation with regard to compulsion neurosis, 1938, Dr. Simmel, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, a paper presented at Scientific Meeting, 1938, Dr. Simmel, scientific works, Dr. Simmel, Scientific works, abstracts, Dr. Stoller, a narrative on the transvestite son, discourse, Dr. Stoller, The Mother contributions to her son transvestism, Dr. Stoller, Dr. Stoller, theories of gender identity and the dynamics of sexual excitement, Drive-source function, emotional bodily changes as felt by the individual, Dr. Brunswick, Early Freudian view on Neurosis, discourse, Ego-instincts, conceptions and terminology, Ego utilizes instinctual defense energies to oppose, inhibit, repress the instinctual demands, Erotic instincts, oral, anal and genital eroticism, discourse by Prof. Epstein, Expenditure of counter-cathectic energy causes ego-impoverishment, Inferiority Complex, Factors of inferiority related to infancy, pre-oedipally and oediplally, Family history as causation for abnormal sexuality (the mother of the transvestite boy), Dr. Stoller, Fear and Defense instincts by Dr. Brunswick, Four types of adolescence by Dr. Bernfeld, Freud's propensity for biological analysis, discourse, Professor Epstein, Freud, Instincts and their Vicissitudes, theory and conceptions, Freud saw neurosis as a conflict between two groups of drives, the ego instincts and the erotic ins, If the Ego instincts are threatened they by one of the erotic instincts, the effect of repression, Immunity from the future relapses depends on the quality of success, Dr. Brunswick, Inferiority Complex, psychoanalytic terminology, Internalized objects are present in all character disorders, Inferiority Complex, Interrelations between the drives or instincts, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, In the stimulation of the defensive-aggressive drives we sense only pain, tension as the source, In this paper, the only criteria for cure is attaining of genital level and sexual fulfilling, Introspection shall not be disregarded in psychoanalytic psychological theory, Dr. Brunswick, Libidinization as defense against Anxiety, conception, Dr. Brunswick, Modified and atypical analysis with regard to Inferiority Complex introjects, Multi-functional responses of the Ego, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Our sensing of the source stimulation is only in the form of vague tension, vital-libidinal drives, Painful and unpleasant sensation bring about reaction of defense or aggression, Dr. Brunswick, Parasympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for vital-libidinal instinct, Dr. Brunswick, Passive destructive tendencies are in these relations, Dr. Brunswick, Passive patients are forcing  to activity, Dr. Brunswick, Personal inferiority is woven into the character structure, Personal inferiority maintains psychic equilibrium-serving a defense function, Postmodernity and the Theory of Instincts, Postmodern Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick, Primary source of every instinctual drive is a painful or unpleasure sensation or tension, Prof. Epstein, theoretical argumentation and Freudian concept on the Death Instinct, 1939, Professor Paul Epstein, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Professor Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, talk presented at scientific meeting, Los Angeles, Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, discourses and narratives, Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions, Psychoanalysis, discourse to the length of the number of sessions and the overall of its duration, Psychoanalytic narratives, papers, publications, Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings, Question with regard to the proper duration of psychoanalysis, Scholarly discussions and discourses, Scientific meetings, discussions, Scientific works of Dr. Brunswick, 1930s -- 1960s, Scientific works of Dr. Robert Stoller, 1960s, Scientific works of Professor Paul Epstein, 1930s - 1950s, Self-preservative instincts, conceptions and terminology, Sexual instincts by Freud, Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis, The defensive-aggressive drives are alloplastic in goal, attempting to exert changes in the milieu, The manifold defense mechanism of the Ego, makes ego-analysis more imperative, The Mother exposed herself to her son, Dr. Stolelr, Theory and conceptions of physiology and psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick, Theory and discourse of the instincts or drives, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Physiology, Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis, Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives, Theory of urges, drives and instincts, discourse, Prof. Epstein, The prepotency of the pain reaction in the nervous system, Dr. Brunswick, The rise of neurosis out of repressions, discourse, Freud, The sympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for defensive-aggressive instincts or drives, The vital-libidinal drives are autoplastic in their aim, Dr. Brunswick, Twofold definition of Adolescence, psychological and sociological, Dr. Bernfeld, Unitary theory of affect, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Unitary theory of Anxiety, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Vacillating, over-stimulation, depreciating rejections, neurotic character, Inferiority Complex, Wife and Husband, transvestism, discourse

Languages: English, German

Abstract

This Record Group comprises a collection of individual araticles, essays and monographs on the verious topics of the Psychoanalytic Science. These works were published in Europe and America.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

These psychoanalytic narratives are not bound by a spcecific theme. They reflect a broader spectrum of psychoanalytic writings iby scope and conent.

There are also a number of lectures given at scientific institutions. The topics of those also vary.

Collection Historical Note

There has not been a specific criteria in arrangements of these narratives. The appearance in sequence rather reflect the Archival organization.

RG-13.01, A psychoanalytic study of an Inferiority Complex, by Dr. Mehl McDowell, ca 1958

A Psychoanalytic Study of an Inferiority Complex by Dr. Mehl McDowell

An abstract

Language, English

It is the thesis of this Paper that in some cases these attitudes of personal inferiority are not only complexly multi-determined, but more importantly, are woven  into the character structure in ways that have major importance in maintaining psychic equilibrium-serving active defensive function as well as being major avenues of instinctual gratification.

Creator,

Dr. Mehl McDowell, psychoanalyst

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic narratives, papers, publications

Inferiority Complex, psychoanalytic terminology

Personal inferiority is woven into the character structure

Personal inferiority maintains psychic equilibrium-serving a defense function

Vacillating, over-stimulation, depreciating rejections, neurotic character, Inferiority Complex

Factors of inferiority related to infancy, pre-oedipally and oedipally

Expenditure of counter-cathectic energy causes ego-impoverishment, Inferiority Complex

Internalized objects are present in all character disorders, Inferiority Complex

Modified and atypical analysis with regard to Inferiority Complex introjects

Dr. Mehl McDowell, presentation of his Paper, An Inferiority Complex, 1960s

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.02, Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and Adolescence, discourse, October 1, 1937

Creator,

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

Subjects,

A pubescent is expected to postpone, suppress or repel his new desire, Bernfeld

A pubescent pre-history determines if he will submit or rebel to the social demands, Bernfeld

Definition of Youth as a sociological concept, Dr. Bernfeld

Demarcation against adulthood is the lack of economic and sexual independence, Bernfeld

Demarcation against childhood is puberty, Dr. Bernfeld

Dr. Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and Adolescence, lecture

Dr. Bernfeld, two premises, a psychological puberty and the social coordinates

Four types of adolescence by Dr. Bernfeld

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings i

Scientific meetings, discussions

Twofold definition of Adolescence, psychological and sociological, Dr. Bernfeld

Adolescent type, A Quit type, past and present accepted, Dr. Bernfeld

Adolescent type, A Simple type, past and present rejected, Dr. Bernfeld

Adolescent type, An Obstreperous type, past rejected, present accepted

Adolescent type, A dangerous type, past accepted, present rejected

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Dr. Bernfeld, Scientific works

Scientific works of psychoanalysts

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.03, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, by Dr. Simmel, October 7, 1938

Creators,

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

Subjects,

Dr. Simmel, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, a paper presented at Scientific Meeting, 1938

Dr. Simmel, Scientific works, abstracts

Dr. Simmel, scientific works

Dr. Simmel, analysis of the patient with regard to neurotic criminality, 1938

Conceptions and postulates with regard to Neurotic Criminality, Dr. Simmel, 1938

Dr. Simmel, Love invariably turns into hate, Neurotic Criminality, 1938

Dr. Simmel, Discourse on masturbation with regard to compulsion neurosis, 1938

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Subjects discussed at scientific meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, Los Angeles

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Applied Psychoanalysis, narratives

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.04, Ego, Strength and Weakness by Dr. Otto Fenichel, welcoming to the Study Group, June 24, 1938

Otto Fenichel, an Austrian physician and psychoanalyst, was born in Vienna on December 2, 1897, and died in Los Angeles on January 22, 1946. He was born into a family of Viennese Jewish lawyers. As a student he took part in the Viennese youth movement that had coalesced around Siegfried Bernfeld. He took an interest in cultural and educational reform and was especially interested in information about sexuality and its scientific study. Released from serving in the military, he began, after the winter of 1915/1916, to attend Sigmund Freud's presentations at the University of Vienna, and after 1918 he participated in discussions held by the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. In February 1919 he organized, at the university, a Viennese Seminar on Sexology, a working group to study psychoanalysis and sexual matters. In 1920, while still a student, he was accepted as a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society after his talk on sexual problems in youth movements. He received his medical degree in 1921.

In Norway, in the spring of 1934, he continued the meetings on Marxist psychoanalysis, writing clandestine circular letters that he sent to his colleagues in exile. By 1945 he had written 119 such letters. In 1935 he moved to the Czechoslovak city of Prague, where he ran the Prager Arbeitsgemeinschaft (Prague Study Society), which was associated with the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society.

After the introduction of National Socialism in Vienna and the dissolution of the Prague group, in the spring of 1938 Fenichel and his family left for Los Angeles. There he joined the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Study Group. In 1942 he helped found the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society and in 1944 became vice president. After 1939 he was an editor of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly. In the summer of 1945 he began studying psychiatry to obtain his California license at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles.

The focus of his interest, which he shared with Siegfried Bernfeld, Wilhelm Reich, Erich Fromm, and others, lie in the development of a form of psychoanalysis that provided sociological explanations and was capable of making contributions to politics. His most important work, The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis, appeared in 1945 and became a key source for analytic training. One of Fenichel's most important contributions to psychoanalysis, overlooked until 1998, has been his circular letters, which have shown him to be an important historiographer of the psychoanalytic movement.

Creators,

Dr. Otto Fenichel, Psychoanalyst, scholar

Subjects,

Dr. Otto Fenichel, scientific works

Dr. Otto Fenichel joins the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1938

Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory and discourse of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Dr. Otto Fenichel, talks, lectures and discussions, Psychoanalytic Study Group

Dr. Fenichel, Ego - Strength and Weakness, a talk given at the scientific meeting, 1938

Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory of Psychoanalysis

Dr. Fenichel, the Defense mechanism weakens the Ego, conception

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.05, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, abstract, February 3, 1939

Creator,

Professor Paul Epstein, physics, psychoanalysis

Subjects,

Professor Paul Epstein, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Scientific meetings, discussions

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Professor Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, talk presented at scientific meeting, Los Angeles

Prof. Epstein, theoretical argumentation and Freudian concept on the Death Instinct, 1939

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.06, Dr. Brunswick, Terminable and Endless Analysis, review of the Freud perception, December 3, 1937

Creator,

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Scientific meetings, discussions

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Question with regard to the proper duration of psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse to the length of the number of sessions and the overall of its duration

Deformation of the Ego by the Defense Mechanism, key points of the analysis

The manifold defense mechanism of the Ego, makes ego-analysis more imperative

In this paper, the only criteria for cure is attaining of genital level and sexual fulfilling

Passive patients are forcing to activity, Dr. Brunswick

Passive destructive tendencies are in these relations, Dr. Brunswick

Immunity from the future relapses depends on the quality of success, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s

Dr. David Brunswick, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Dr. David Brunswick, President, Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 -- 1947

Dr. David Brunswick, Secretary, Psychoanalytic Study Group

Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-13.07, The Analysis of the Mother of a Transvestite Boy by Dr. Robert Stoller, May 1965

Robert Jesse Stoller was an American Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA Medical School and a researcher at the UCLA Gender Identity Clinic. He was born in Crestwood, New York, and died in Los Angeles, California. He had psychoanalytic training at the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute from 1953 to 1961 with analysis by Hanna Fenichel.

He was the author of nine books, the co-author of three others, and the publisher of over 115 articles.

Stoller is known for his theories concerning the development of gender identity and the dynamics of sexual excitement. In Sex and Gender (1968), Stoller articulates a challenge to Freud's belief in biological bisexuality. Drawing on his extensive research with transsexuals and new advances in the science of sex, Stoller advances his belief in "Primary Femininity," the initial orientation of both biological tissue and psychological identification toward feminine development. This early, non-conflictual phase contributes to a feminine core gender identity in both boys and girls unless a masculine force is present to interrupt the symbiotic relationship with the mother.

Stoller identifies three components in the formation of core gender identity, an innate and immutable sense of maleness or femaleness usually consolidated by the second year of life:

Biological and hormonal influences;

Sex assignment at birth and

Environmental and psychological influences with effects similar to imprinting.

Stoller asserts that threats to core gender identity are like threats to sense of self and result in the defenses known as the perversions.

In his most notable contribution, Perversion (1975), Stoller attempts to illuminate the dynamics of sexual perversion which he fights valiantly to normalize. Stoller suggests that perversion inevitably entails an expression of unconscious aggression in the form of revenge against a person who, in early years, made some form of threat to the child's core gender identity, either in the form of overt trauma or through the frustrations of the Oedipal conflict.

In Sexual Excitement (1979), Stoller finds the same perverse dynamics at work in all sexual excitement on a continuum from overt aggression to subtle fantasy. In focusing on the unconscious fantasy, and not the behavior, Stoller provides a way of analyzing the mental dynamics of sexuality, what he terms "erotics," while simultaneously de-emphasizing the pathology of any particular form of behavior. Stoller does not consider homosexuality as a monolithic behavior but rather as a range of sexual styles as diverse as heterosexuality.

Less well known is Stoller's contribution toward making psychoanalysis a legitimate research tool through the publication of the analyst's data - verbatim notes and transcripts of interviews. Stoller melds the work of the ethnographer and the analyst as a means of producing scientifically valid psychological data. Many of Stoller's books, like Splitting (1973), are devoted to the documentation of the interviews on which he based his research.

Creator,

Dr. Robert Stoller, scholar, psychiatrist, author (1930s -- 1970s)

Subjects,

Scientific works of Dr. Robert Stoller, 1960s

Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, discourses and narratives

Dr. Robert Stoller, The Analysis of the Mother of a Transvestite Boy, 1965

Dr. Stoller, psychiatric analysis of the mother of the transvestite boy, a paper, 1965

Dr. Stoller, theories of gender identity and the dynamics of sexual excitement

Causation of bisexuality in the given case (the mother of the transvestite boy)

Family history as causation for abnormal sexuality (the mother of the transvestite boy), Dr. Stoller

Dr. Stoller, The Mother contributions to her son transvestism, Dr. Stoller

The Mother exposed herself to her son, Dr. Stoller

Dr. Stoller, a narrative on the transvestite son, discourse

A marked difference between the boy and the adult transvestites, Dr. Stoller

Discussion on Dr. Stoller, Paper, The Analysis of the Mother of the Transvestite Boy, 1965

Scholarly discussions and discourses

Wife and Husband, transvestism, discourse

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Stoller, Paper

RG-13.08, The Drivers and the Affects, an essay by Dr. Brunswick, March 18, 1965

Creator,

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Affect-Emotion-Activity complex, Dr. Brunswick, discourse

Affinity in functions of Defense and Aggression, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

Aggressive-Destructive instincts by Freud

A signal of Anxiety is perceived by the Ego to initiate defense activities, Dr. Stoller, discourse

Correlation with Anxiety-Fear-Defense, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

Correlation with Rage-Anger-Aggression, Dr. Brunswick, discourse

Discourse on the typology of the instincts, bibliography of the subject, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Brunswick, Afferent drives and efferent discharges, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, An Introduction to a Physiological Psychoanalytic Psychology, manuscript

Dr. Brunswick, A Revision of the Classification of Instincts or Drives, Paper, 1954

Dr. Brunswick, Classification of Instincts, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, Defense must be considered as instinctual drive, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, Defensive and Aggressive Drives, classification

Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drives, conceptions and terminology

Dr. Brunswick, instinctual drives, the affects or emotions, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drive to defense and its related affects of fear and anxiety, conception

Dr. Brunswick, Pleasure, Pain and Affect, Paper

Dr. Brunswick, relationship between drives and affects, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, The Drivers and the Affects, Paper, 1965

Dr. Brunswick, Theory of Psychoanalysis with Underlying Psychology, discourse

Dr. Brunswick, There is no affect without relation to arousal or expression of instinctual drive

Dr. Brunswick, Vital and Libidinal Drives, classification

Drive-source function, emotional bodily changes as felt by the individual, Dr. Brunswick

Ego-instincts, conceptions and terminology

Ego utilizes instinctual defense energies to oppose, inhibit, repress the instinctual demands

Fear and Defense instincts by Dr. Brunswick

Freud, Instincts and their Vicissitudes, theory and conceptions

Interrelations between the drives or instincts, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

In the stimulation of the defensive-aggressive drives we sense only pain, tension as the source

Introspection shall not be disregarded in psychoanalytic psychological theory, Dr. Brunswick

Multi-functional responses of the Ego, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

Our sensing of the source stimulation is only in the form of vague tension, vital-libidinal drives

Painful and unpleasant sensation bring about reaction of defense or aggression, Dr. Brunswick

Parasympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for vital-libidinal instinct, Dr. Brunswick

Primary source of every instinctual drive is a painful or unpleasure sensation or tension

Scientific works of Dr. Brunswick, 1930s -- 1960s

Self-preservative instincts, conceptions and terminology

Self-Preservative or Ego Instincts by Freud

Sexual instincts, conceptions and terminology

Sexual instincts by Freud

Sexual or Libidinal instincts by Freud

The prepotency of the pain reaction in the nervous system, Dr. Brunswick

Unitary theory of affect, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

Unitary theory of Anxiety, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

The sympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for defensive-aggressive instincts or drives

Libidinization as defense against Anxiety, conception, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Brunswick, intentions to connect Psychoanalytic Theory with physiological substrate, discourse

The vital-libidinal drives are autoplastic in their aim, Dr. Brunswick

The defensive-aggressive drives are alloplastic in goal, attempting to exert changes in the milieu

Dr. Brunswick, definition and exposition of instinctual drives, discourse

Theory and conceptions of physiology and psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick

Postmodern Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick

Theory and discourse of the instincts or drive, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Physiology

Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, discourses and narratives

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick

RG-13.10, Dr. Bernfeld, Pathology and Logic of Interpretation, December1, 1939

Creator,

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

Subjects,

Scientific works of Dr. Bernfeld, 1930s -- 1950s

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Bernfeld, Psychology and Logic of Interpretation, annotation

Dr. Bernfeld, Psychoanalysis is a science, thesis

Applied Psychoanalysis, narratives

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Bernfeld

RG-13.11, Dr. May Romm, Reformed and expedited psychoanalytic treatment, June 11, 1943

Creator,

May Romm, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, the architect of the Split (1940s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Dr. May Romm, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, architect of the Split

Dr. May Romm, Shortening the duration of psychoanalytic treatment, talk, Scientific Meeting, 1943

Dr. May Romm becomes a member of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, Los Angeles, 1943

Dr. May Romm takes a stance opposing classical psychoanalysis, 1943

Dr. Romm, treatment with analytic and non-analytic means, 1943

Dr. Romm, non-analytic means, transference, reassurances, suggestions, 1943

Dr. May, two cases as examples of the shorten psychoanalysis, 1943

Dr. Simmel, the difference between psychotherapy on psychoanalytic principles and psychoanalysis

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

May Romm, deviousness in the way of going after her objectives, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm muddles therapy and unable to pursue a distinct psychoanalytic technique, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm later became the predominating factor in organizing the other Institute, Dr. Sperling

May Romm, confusing teaching of technique to the candidates, negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm, circumventing the rules for her personal agendas, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Romm

RG-13.12, Dr. Fenichel, The Psychology of the Emigrant, December 18, 1942

Creator,

Dr. Otto Fenichel, Psychoanalyst, scholar (1897 --1946)

Subjects,

Dr. Otto Fenichel, scientific works

Dr. Fenichel, Scientific works, abstracts

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Otto Fenichel, The Psychology of the Emigrant, abstract

Dr. Fenichel, adaption and failure, discourse in relation to emigration, 1942

Dr. Fenichel, emigrants, failures and neurotic reactions, discourse, 1942

Scientific group meetings, discussion of Fenichel paper the Psychology of the Emigrant, 1942

Dr. Brunswick, discussion of Fenichel paper, the Psychology of the Emigrant, 1942

Dr. Brunswick, review of the works related to emigration by Stengel, Editha Sterba and Zilboorg 1942

Dr. Ernst Simmel, discussion on Fenichel paper, the Psychology of the Emigrant, 1942

Applied Psychoanalysis, discourse

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Fenichel

RG-13.13, Dr. Fenichel, Guilt Feeling, January 23, 1943

Creator,

Dr. Otto Fenichel, Psychoanalyst, scholar (1897 --1946)

Subjects,

Dr. Fenichel, Scientific works, abstracts

Dr. Otto Fenichel, scientific works

Anxiety is automatic and unspecific, Dr. Fenichel, 1943

Anxiety is in the service of the Ego and used as a warning signal, Dr. Fenichel, 1943

Ego control fail, Anxiety spell in anxiety hysteria

Guilt feeling is a form of specific Anxiety, Dr. Fenichel, 1943

Panic is a form of Anxiety, Ego control fails, Dr. Fenichel, 1943

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Theory of Psychoanalysis, to the Question of Anxiety

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Fenichel

RG-13.14, Dr. Erikson, Psychiatric Observation on a Submarine, September 4, 1942

Creator,

Dr. Erikson, scholar, psychoanalyst

Subjects,

Scientific works of Dr. Erikson, abstracts

Scientific works of Dr. Erikson

Dr. Erikson, Psychiatric Observations on a Submarine, 1942

The adaptation to the unusual surroundings accomplished by regression, on a submarine, Dr. Erikson

Characteristic of the regression relates to food, on the submarine, Dr. Erikson, 1942

No special hours for the sleep, on the submarine, Dr. Erikson, 1942

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Applied Psychoanalysis, discourse

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Erikson

RG-13.15, Psychoanalysis in the work at the Induction Board, October 2, 1942

Creator,

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles (1935 - 1946)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Greenson, psychiatrist

Sr. Sperling, psychiatrist

Dr. Reider, psychiatrist

Los Angeles Induction Board, 1941 -- 1945

Diagnostic work in psychiatry, Los Angeles Induction Board, 1941 -- 1945

Diagnosis of neurosis, Los Angeles Induction Board

Diagnosis of psychotic disturbances, Los Angeles Induction Board

Applied Psychoanalysis, discourse

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Scientific meetings

RG-13.16, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, lecture, October 23, 1946

Creator,

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Documents from the NCP Archive, Scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, lecture

Dr. Greenson, scientific works

The child responds to external and internal stimuli, Dr. Greenson

Energies and counter - energies, child behavior, Dr. Greenson

RG-06.17, Minutes of Executive Council Meeting, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, June 18, 1936

Location, 850 5th Avenue, Los Angeles

Document in two pages

Those present, Dr. Simmel, Dr. Timme, Prof. Epstein, Dr. Brunswick, Mr. Libbin, Mrs. Libbin

Meeting place: Dr. Simmel has offered the Study Group a room which can be used for the scientific meetings at his new office address  901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles. This room will also serve as a library reading room for the members of the Study Group.

Library: Requests for library contributions are to be renewed. A Library Committee is to be appointed. Proposed are Mrs. Ruth Tolman, Dr. E. Simmel, Mrs. Margrit Libbin, to be voted on at the Annual Meeting.

Membership: Dr. Charles Tidd, Topeka, Kansas is proposed for associate membership.

New Work Program for 1936 – 1937:

The following topics were proposed at the Executive Council meeting on July 5, 1935 (other papers were given in their place):

<ol style="list-style-type:lower-alpha;"> <li> Differences in the Outcome of the Libido Development in Men and Women</li> <li> Etiology and Prognosis of Neuroses</li> <li> Symbolism, its interpretation and meaning</li> <li> Childanalysis and Pedagogy</li> <li> Psychoanalysis and Medicine</li></ol>

New Topics:

About a Death Instinct (Prof. Epstein, Dr. Simmel, co-referent)

Identification (a case), Mrs. Frances Deri

Cases of Homosexuality (Problem of the Delinquency of Boys)

Dr. Franz Alexander in August (Topic to be announced)

Meetings:

The scientific evenings will be held monthly. Furthermore there will be occasional meeting for the purpose of reviewing literature relative to the topics of the regular meetings.

                        Reports on Wayward Youth by Aichhorrn

                                           Transference and Education by Aichho

Compiled by Margrit Libbin, secretary

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Executive Council Meeting, Psychoanalytic Study Group, June 18, 1936

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, agendas

Planning the new Work Program, Psychoanalytic Study Group for 1936/1937

Differences in the Outcome of the Libido Development in Men and Women, scientific meeting

Etiology and Prognosis of Neurosis, scientific meeting

Childanalysis and Pedagogy, scientific meeting

Symbolism, its Interpretation and Meaning, scientific meeting

Psychoanalysis and Medicine, scientific meeting

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, materials of executive councils, meeting

RG-06.18, Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting held jointly with Scientific Meeting

Date, June 19, 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

Document in two pages

Membership present, 14

Dr. Simmel dedicated the new headquarters, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, where the Study Group meeting are being held hereafter. The library is also located at this address.

Receipts:

Membership dues                               $ 105.00

Expenditures

Miscellaneous                                                                          $ 24.41

Supplies                                                                                   $ 35.59

Library (yearly appropriation)                                                $ 30.00

Freud Celebration

County Medical          $ 40</li> <li> Incidental bills             $ 29.42                                    $ 69.32     

       Deficit as per June 19, 1936                    $ 54.32___________________

                                                                        S 159.32                      $ 159.32

         Library Fund:

            Appropriation from Membership Dues                                  $ 30.00

            Contributions                                                                          $ 16.00

            Contributions to Anniversary Fund                                        $ 180.00

            All as per June 19, 1936                                                         $ 226.80

                                       __________________________________

a) Financing of the Library

Further contribution to the Anniversary Fund shall be sought.

The Library Committee as proposed by the Executive Council (meeting on June 18, 1936) was accepted by majority vote.

b)   Financing of the Freud Celebration

To cover the deficit of $ 54.32 as per the treasure’s report, as assessment of $ 2.50 for

each member and associate member was voted on.

The Executive Council was reelected by a majority vote. Mrs. Frances Deri was elected as a new member to the Executive Council.

Compiled by Margrit Libbin, Secretary

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, Los Angeles, Annual Business meetings, agendas

Psychoanalytic Study Group, Los Angeles, Annual Business meeting, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, report by President, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, Report by Treasurer, June 19, 1936

Annual business meeting, Library funds, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, Financing of Freud Celebration, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, Election of New Members, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, Election of the New Executive Council, June 19, 1936

Annual Business Meeting, Work program for the year 1936 - 1937, June 19, 1936

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Correlations between Parent Identification and Neuroticism, Dr. Carolyn Fisher

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Carolyn Fisher

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-06.19, Minutes of Scientific Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, ca June 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 29

Document in one page

Guests, Dr. Carolyn Fischer, Paul Levy, Dr. Elizabeth Woods, Dr. Dorothy Franklin, Dr. Harry J. Mayer, Mrs. Rebekah Earle, J. Lachenbruch, Dr. and Mrs. Seligman, Dr. Gantz

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Subject, Correlation between Parent Identification and Neuroticism (as measured by certain psychological methods)

Speaker, Prof. Carolyn Fischer of UCLA

Discussion: Seligman, Valentine, Brunswick, Simmel, T. Libbin, Timme, Wilson

Creator,

Dr. Franz Alexander, scholar, psychoanalyst

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Franz Alexander, Hysterical Conversion Symptom and Organ Neuroses, talk, August 21, 1936

Dr. Franz Alexander, Psychoanalysis, Scholar

Dr. Franz Alexander, scientific works

Dr. Franz Alexander, Autoplastic adaptation, subject

Dr. Franz Alexander, alloplastic adaptation, subject

Dr. Franz Alexander, the corrective emotional experience, subject

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Franz Alexander

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Franz Alexander

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

RG-06.20, Minutes of Scientific Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, August 21, 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

Document in one page

In attendance, 31

Guests, Dr. and Mrs. R. Evans, Dr. Fritz Wittels, Ms. Edith Burleigh, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lachenbruch, Mrs. Rebekah Earle, Dr. Herman Abraham, Dr. B. Gingold, Dr. Sam Hirshfeld, Dr. S.L. Fox, Dr. Sam Glass, Dr. Harry Mayer, Dr. and Mrs. L.L. Woodsin, Dr. Joseph Pessin

Dr. Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Dr. Franz Alexander, Medical Director of the P.A. Institute, Chicago, Illinois

Subject, Hysterical Conversion Symptom and Organ Neuroses

Discussion, Hirshfeld, Brunswick, Fox, Glass, Abraham, Simmel, Timme

RG-06.21, Minutes of Scientific Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, August 26, 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 23

Document in one page

Guests, Dr. F. Wittels, Dr. C. Fischer, Dr. Seligman, Paul Levy, Dr. H. Abraham, Ms. Edith Burleigh, Dr. Hausman, Mrs. R. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lachenbruch, Dr. Paul Reon, Dr. Wendy Stewart

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Dr. Fritz Wittels, New York

Subject, The Proto-Phallic Psychopath

Discussion, Brunswick, Simmel, T. Libbin, Seligman, Leonard

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Applied Psychoanalysis, discourse

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Fritz Wittels

Dr. Fritz Wittels, The Proto-Phallic Psychopath, lecture

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Scientific works of Dr. Fritz Wittels, 1930s

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Fritz Wittels

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

RG-06.22, Minutes of Scientific Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, September 22, 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 29

Document in one page

Guests, Kather Heath, Ms.E. Burleigh, Dr. C. Fisher, Ms. Powner, Dr. G. Segall, Mr. Alfred Stern (Chicago), Mrs. R. Earle, Dr. Gassman, Dr. Abraham

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Mrs. Frances Deri

Subject, Identification

Discussion, T. Libbin, Epstein, Simmel, Brunswick, Leonard, Fisher, Tolman, Stern, Segall

Creators,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Frances Deri, Identification, a lecture

scientific works of Frances Deri, 1930s

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Frances Deri

RG-06.23, Minutes of Executive Council Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, October 29, 1936

Location, 850 Fifth Avenue, Los Angeles

Those present, Dr. Simmel, Dr. Timme, Prof. Epstein, Dr. Brunswick, Mrs. Deri, Mrs. M. Libbin

Document in one page

Agenda

1 Work Program

2 Memberships (Election)

3 Library Regulations

Library

Dr. Simmel proposed that each member make a contribution of $ 3 yearly to the Library

            Regulations

<p style="margin-left:1.0in;"> 1 The Library is to be used by regular members, associate members and permanent guests only.

<p style="margin-left:1.0in;"> 2 Books and periodicals, except for duplicates are to be used only at the library

<p style="margin-left:1.0in;"> 3 Library hours: Day of the meetings from 4 o’clock in the afternoon to 8 o’clock in the afternoon. Saturdays from 2 o’clock in the afternoon to 6 o’clock in the afternoon by appointments. Wednesdays from 3 o’clock in the afternoon to 6 o’clock in the afternoon.

Dr. Simmel is preparing an Index for the Library

Membership:

The following names are proposed for election on November 20, 1936:

Dr. Franz Cohn, associate member

Dr. Elizabeth Woods, permanent guest

Dr. Gabriel Segall, permanent guest

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lachenbruch, permanent guests

Work program:

1 November 1936, Review of The Ego and its Defense Mechanisms by Anna Freud,

presented by Prof. Paul Epstein

2 December 1936, Transference and Education, Mrs. M. Leonard

3 January 1937, Juvenile Delinquency, Ms. H. Powner

4 February 1937, Sublimation (as differentiated from other libido outcomes), Mrs. F. Deri

Plans are being made for seminars on special papers in the psychoanalytic literature.

These seminars will be open to members and associate members.

<p align="right"> Compiled by Margrit Libbin, Secretary

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Executive Council Meeting, Psychoanalytic Study Group, October 29, 1936

Executive Council Meeting, work program, membership, Library, October 29, 1936

Executive Council Meetings, Library regulations, October 29, 1936

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, agendas

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.5in;"> Frances Deri, Sublimation as differentiated from other libido outcomes, work program, 1937

H. Powner, Juvenile Delinquency, work program, 1937

M. Leonard, Transference and Education, work program, 1936

Prof. Epstein, The Ego and its Defense Mechanism by Anna Freud, work program, 1936

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

         

RG-06.24, Minutes of Business Meeting and Scientific Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, November 20, 1936

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

Those present at the business meeting, Simmel, Brunswick, Epstein, Deri, M. Libbin, Valentine, Toman, Leonard, Levy

Document in one page

<ol> <li> Election</li></ol><p style="margin-left:.5in;"> Dr. Franz Cohn was elected an associated member

<p style="margin-left:.5in;"> Dr. Elizabeth Woods, Dr. Gabriel Seggal, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lachenbruch were made permanent guests

<p style="margin-left:.5in;">

<ol> <li value="2"> Library </li></ol><ol style="list-style-type:lower-alpha;"> <li> Fees: it was voted by the quorum present to assess each member and associate member $ 3 per year library fee in order to continue building the library</li> <li> Regulations: Books and periodicals shall be read only in the library premises, except in the case of duplicates copies.</li> <li> Permanent guests are given the privilege of using the library; the fee is optional.</li></ol>

<ol> <li value="3"> Work Program</li></ol><p style="margin-left:.75in;"> 1 November 1936             Review of The Ego and its Defense Mechanism by Anna

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">                                           Freud, presentation by Prof. Paul Epstein 2 December 1936              Transference and Education,              Mrs. M. Leonard

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> 3 January 1937                  Juvenile Delinquency             Ms. Hellen Powner

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> 4 February 1937                Sublimation (as differentiated from other libido outcome)                                              Mrs. F. Deri

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> The Literature Seminars will begin with December 11, 2017

<p align="center" style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific Meeting

<p align="center" style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> In attendance, 27

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Guests, Dr. Abraham, Ms. Powner, Mrs. R. Earle and three guests, Mrs. Franz Cohn

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Simmel, presiding

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Speaker, Prof. Paul Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Subject, Review of The Ego and its Defense Mechanisms by Anna Freud

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Discussion, postponed until the next meeting

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Creator,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Subjects,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Business meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Business meeting, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, November 20, 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Business meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, agendas

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Business meeting, library regulations, November 20, 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Business meeting, work program, 1936/1937

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific meetings, discussions

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Epstein, the Ego and its Defense Mechanism, scientific meeting, November 20, 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific works of Professor Paul Epstein, 1930s - 1950s

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from the NCP Archive, Professor Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> RG-06.25, Scientific meeting, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Date, December 18, 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Location, 901, S. Hudson Avenue

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Simmel presiding

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Speaker, Professor Paul Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Subject, Review of “The Ego and its Defense Mechanism” continued

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Discussion, Epstein, Simmel, Leonard, Brunswick

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Creator,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Subjects,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific meetings, discussions

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Epstein, The Ego and its Defense Mechanism, scientific meeting, December 18, 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific works of Professor Paul Epstein, 1930s - 1950s

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory of Psychoanalysis, Prof. Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from the NCP Archive, Professor Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

         

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> RG-06.26, Membership List of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles as of

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">                   April 1937

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Date, April 1937

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Document in two pages

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Regular members,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Ernst Simmel, President                     901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Arthur R. Timme                                 1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. David Brunswick                                338 S. Hobart, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Paul Epstein                                     1484 Oakdale, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Margrit Libbin                                  850 Fifth Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. Thomas J. Libbin                               900 S. Tremaine, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Frances Deri                                     123 N. Plymouth Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Estelle Levy                                       513 S. Mariposa Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Marjorie Leonard                             201 N. Norton Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ruth Tolman                                     345 S. Michigan Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Ruth Valentine                                    1147 Constance Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Glen E. Myers                                     Compton Sanitarium, Compton

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. D.P. Wilson                                        1021 W. 49th Street, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Forrest Anderson                                1325 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Associate Members,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Edgar Daniels                                     Taft Building, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Helen Hopkins                                    3875 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Charles Tidd                                       Menninger Clinic, Topeka, Kansas

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Permanent Guests,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ernst Simmel                                    555 N. Wilcox, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. David Brunswick                           

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Paul Epstein

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. Fred Leonard

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Richard Tolman

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Elizabeth Woods                                6927 La Presa Drive, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Gabriel Segall                                     1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch           10312 Dunkirk Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Guest Lists,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Leo Seligman                                      704 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Herman Abraham                               1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Carolyn Fisher                                    6927 La Presa Drive, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Sam Hirshfeld                                     3875 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Edith Burleigh                                    1325 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Esther Heath                                      L.A. Child Guidance Clinic, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Sam Glass                                           1930 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. and Mrs. Hugo Benioff                      4327 Chevy Chase, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Helen Powner                                    222 ½ S. Westlake Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. S.L. Fox                                              3875 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Harry Mayer                                       1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Dorothy Franklin                                1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Rebekah Earle                                  1719 3rd Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Herman C. Covey                               1369 Henry Street, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Phillis F. Bartelme                              1015 Garden Street, Santa Barbara

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Joseph Pessin                                      L.A. County General Hospital, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Paul Roen                                           Taft Building, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. F. J. Gassman                                      1932 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Wendy Stewart                                   5507 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. B. Gingold                                          1930 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. and Mrs. Rich. Evans

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Hoffman             1136 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Paul Levy                                                  1033 S. New Hampshire Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> C.W. Cate                                                 Santa Barbara Boy School, Carpentaria

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. and Mrs. Henry Borsook                  1121 Constance Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Pearl Knapp                                      1320 East California Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Elsie M. Farris                                           712 Heartwell Building, Long Beach

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Pedagogical Seminar,                                (tentative list)

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> C. W. Gate and staff                                 Carpentaria, California

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Rebekah Earle                                  1719 3rd Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Pearl Knapp                                      1320 East California Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Sniffen                                              Polytechnic Elementary School, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Greenslaw                                          Polytechnic Elementary School, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Adams                                                Polytechnic Elementary School, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Ruth Valentine                                    1147 Constance Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ruth Lachenbruch                            10312 Dunkirk Blvd., Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Anna Wilson                                      % Ms. M.E. Jackson, Felton, California

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ruth Scholtz

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Helen Powner                                    222 ½ S. Westlake Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Forrest Anderson and staff                 L.A. Child Guidance Clinic, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Creator,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Subjects,

<p style="margin-left:.75in;">

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, membership lists

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, membership list, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, regular members, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Ernst Simmel, President, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Arthur R. Timme, 1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. David Brunswick, 338 S. Hobart, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Paul Epstein, 1484 Oakdale, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Margrit Libbin, 850 Fifth Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. Thomas J. Libbin, 900 S. Tremaine, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Frances Deri, 123 N. Plymouth Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Ms. Estelle Levy   513 S. Mariposa Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Marjorie Leonard, 201 N. Norton Avenue, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ruth Tolman, 345 S. Michigan Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Ruth Valentine, 1147 Constance Avenue, Pasadena

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Glen E. Myers, Compton Sanitarium, Compton

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. D.P. Wilson, 1021 W. 49th Street, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Forrest Anderson, 1325 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, associate members, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Edgar Daniels, Taft Building, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Helen Hopkins, associate member, 3875 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Charles Tidd, associate member, Menninger Clinic, Topeka, Kansas

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, permanent guests, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Ernst Simmel, permanent guest, 555 N. Wilcox, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. David Brunswick, permanent guest

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mrs. Paul Epstein, permanent guest, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. Fred Leonard, permanent guest, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Prof. Richard Tolman, permanent guest, April 1936

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Elizabeth Woods, permanent guest, 6927 La Presa Drive, Hollywood

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Dr. Gabriel Segall, permanent guest, 1930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, permanent guests, 10312 Dunkirk Blvd, Los Angeles

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Scientific meetings, discussions

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive                       

RG-06.27, Membership List of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles as of

                        April 1, 1937

Date, April 1, 1937

Document in one two pages

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, membership lists

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, membership list, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, list of regular members, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, list of associate members, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, list of permanent guests, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, guest list, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Pedagogical Seminar, the list, April 1, 1937

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-06.28, Scientific Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, February 26, 1937

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 30

Document in one page

Guests, Dr. Sam Glass, Ms. Helen Powner, Dr. and Mrs. Gassman, Dr. Philip Bartelme,

Paul Levy, Mrs. R. Earle, Mrs. Pearl G. Knapp, Dr. R. Ubantschitsch, Dr. Paul Roen, Ms. G. Fraenkel, Ms. Esther Heath, Dr. H. Abraham, Dr. Karl Menninger, Ms. Lyle

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Dr. Karl Menninger, Topeka, Kansas

Subject, Unconscious Motives of Suicide

Discussion, Roen, Brunswick, Simmel, Gassman, T. Libbin, Myers, Leonard, Levy, Wilson, Glass, Abraham, Lyle

RG-06.28, Dr. Karl Menninger, Scientific Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, February 26, 1937

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Dr. Karl Menninger, Unconscious Motives of Suicide, a lecture, February 26, 1937

Scientific works of Karl Menninger

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Karl Menninger

RG-06.29, Scientific Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, March 19, 1937

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 21

Document in one page

Guests, Ms. Powner and a guest, Dr. and Mrs. Evans, Ms. G. Fraenkel, Mrs. V. Storck, Dr. Philip Bartelme, Dr. Gingold

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Ms. Helen Powner

Subject, Homosexuality as a Problem in Juvenile Delinquency

Discussion, Simmel, M. Libbin, Daniels, Bartelme, Leonard, Gingold, Brunswick, F. Deri, R. Lachenbruch

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Helen Powner, Homosexuality as a Problem in Juvenile Delinquency, lecture, March 19, 1937

Scientific works of Helen Powner, 1930s

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Helen Powner

RG-06.30, Scientific Meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, April 23, 1937

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

In attendance, 32

Document in one page

Guests, Mrs. Battelle, Mrs. Pearl Knapp, Mrs. R. Earle, Dr. H. Abraham, Mrs. Marion Sniffen, Dr. B. Gingold, Mrs. Henry Borsook, Ms. Luchs, Dr. and Mrs. V. Storck, Ms. G. Fraenkel, Dr. Gassman, Dr. Sam Glass, Dr. Goldwasser and a guest

Dr. Ernst Simmel, presiding

Speaker, Mrs. Marjorie Leonard

Subject, The Role of Transference in Education

Discussion, Brunswick, Timme, Earle, Simmel, R. Lachenbruch, E. Levy, Glass

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings

Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings

Scientific meetings, discussions

Marjorie Leonard, The Role of Transference in Education

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Marjorie Leonard

RG-06.31, Minutes of Executive Council Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Date, May 7, 1937

Location, 901 S. Hudson Avenue, Los Angeles

Document in one page

Those present, Dr. Simmel, Mrs. Deri by proxy, Mr. Thomas J Libbin, Dr. Davin Brunswick, Mrs. Margrit Libbin

Creator,

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Executive Council Meeting for the Psychoanalytic Study Group, May 7, 1937

Executive Council Meetings, Psychoanalytic Study Group, agendas

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Executive Council Meeting, May 7, 1937

Nominations proposed:

To regular membership, Dr. Edgar Daniels

To associate membership, Dr. Herman Abraham, Dr. Carolyn Fisher

As permanent guests, Mrs. Rebekah Earle, Dr. Sam Glass, Ms. Helen Powner, Dr. Urbaschitsch

The Annual meeting is to be held on May 21, 1937 at 7:15 in the evening

Agenda,

<ol> <li> Report by President</li> <li> Report by Treasurer</li> <li> Report on Library</li> <li> Nomination for membership</li> <li> Election of council</li></ol> The New Work Program is in preparation

<p align="right"> Compiled by Margrit Libbin, secretary

<p align="right">

RG-06.32, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Memorandum to Members and Guests

Date, May 14, 1937

Document on the letterhead of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, one page

From the Executive Council of

Biographical Note

A selection of essay, articles and monographs published in Europe and America.

Some of the authors were members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles.

The other were related to the remification of psychoanalytic institution occured in the early 1950s.

Subject/Index Terms

Adolescent type, A dangerous type, past accepted, present rejected
Adolescent type, An Obstreperous type, past rejected, present accepted
Adolescent type, A Quiet type, past and present accepted, Dr. Bernfeld
Adolescent type, A Simple type, past and present rejected, Dr. Bernfeld
Affect-Emotion-Activity complex, Dr. Brunswick, discourse
Affinity in functions of Defense and Aggression, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Aggressive-Destructive instincts by Freud
A marked difference between the boy and the adult transvestites, Dr. Stoller
Applied Psychoanalysis, narratives
A pubescent is expected to postpone, suppress or repel his new desire, Bernfeld
A pubescent pre-history determines if he will submit or rebel to the social demands, Bernfeld
A signal of Anxiety is perceived by the Ego to initiate defense activities, Dr. Stoller, discourse
Causation of bisexuality in the given case (the mother of the transvestite boy)
Correlation with Anxiety-Fear-Defense, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Correlation with Rage-Anger-Aggression, Dr. Brunswick, discourse
Definition of Youth as a sociological concept, Dr. Bernfeld
Deformation of the Ego by the Defense Mechanism, key points of the analysis
Demarcation against adulthood is the lack of economic and sexual independence, Bernfeld
Demarcation against childhood is puberty, Dr. Bernfeld
Discourse on the typology of the instincts, bibliography of the subject, Dr. Brunswick
Discussion on Dr. Stoller, Paper, The Analysis of the Mother of the Transvestite Boy, 1965
Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Stoller, Paper
Dr. Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and Adolescence, lecture
Dr. Bernfeld, Scientific works
Dr. Bernfeld, two premises, a psychological puberty and the social coordinates
Dr. Brunswick, Afferent drives and efferent discharges, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, An Introduction to a Physiological Psychoanalytic Psychology, manuscript
Dr. Brunswick, A Revision of the Classification of Instincts or Drives, Paper, 1954
Dr. Brunswick, Classification of Instincts, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, Defense must be considered as instinctual drive, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, Defensive and Aggressive Drives, classification
Dr. Brunswick, definition and exposition of instinctual drives, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drives, conceptions and terminology
Dr. Brunswick, instinctual drives, the affects or emotions, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, Instinctual Drive to defense and its related affects of fear and anxiety, conception
Dr. Brunswick, intentions to connect Psychoanalytic Theory with physiological substrate, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, Pleasure, Pain and Affect, Paper
Dr. Brunswick, relationship between drives and affects, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, The Drivers and the Affects, Paper, 1965
Dr. Brunswick, Theory of Psychoanalysis with Underlying Psychology, discourse
Dr. Brunswick, There is no affect without relation to arousal or expression of instinctual drive
Dr. Brunswick, Vital and Libidinal Drives, classification
Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview
Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s
Dr. David Brunswick, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Dr. David Brunswick, President, Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 -- 1947
Dr. David Brunswick, Secretary, Psychoanalytic Study Group
Dr. Fenichel, Ego - Strength and  Weakness, a talk given at the scientific meeting, 1938
Dr. Fenichel, the Defense mechanism weakens the Ego, conception
Dr. Mehl McDowell, presentation of his Paper, An Inferiority Complex, 1960s
Dr. Otto Fenichel, scientific works
Dr. Otto Fenichel, talks, lectures and discussions, Psychoanalytic Study Group
Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory and discourse of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Otto Fenichel, Theory of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Otto Fenichel joins the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1938
Dr. Robert Stoller, The Analysis of the Mother of a Transvestite Boy, 1965
Dr. Simmel, Discourse on masturbation with regard to compulsion neurosis, 1938
Dr. Simmel, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, a paper presented at Scientific Meeting, 1938
Dr. Simmel, scientific works
Dr. Simmel, Scientific works, abstracts
Dr. Stoller, a narrative on the transvestite son, discourse
Dr. Stoller, The Mother contributions to her son transvestism, Dr. Stoller
Dr. Stoller, theories of gender identity and the dynamics of sexual excitement
Drive-source function, emotional bodily changes as felt by the individual, Dr. Brunswick
Early Freudian view on Neurosis, discourse
Ego-instincts, conceptions and terminology
Ego utilizes instinctual defense energies to oppose, inhibit, repress the instinctual demands
Erotic instincts, oral, anal and genital eroticism, discourse by Prof. Epstein
Expenditure of counter-cathectic energy causes ego-impoverishment, Inferiority Complex
Factors of inferiority related to infancy, pre-oedipally and oediplally
Family history as causation for abnormal sexuality (the mother of the transvestite boy), Dr. Stoller
Fear and Defense instincts by Dr. Brunswick
Four types of adolescence by Dr. Bernfeld
Freud's propensity for biological analysis, discourse, Professor Epstein
Freud, Instincts and their Vicissitudes, theory and conceptions
Freud saw neurosis as a conflict between two groups of drives, the ego instincts and the erotic ins
If the Ego instincts are threatened they by one of the erotic instincts, the effect of repression
Immunity from the future relapses depends on the quality of success, Dr. Brunswick
Inferiority Complex, psychoanalytic terminology
Internalized objects are present in all character disorders, Inferiority Complex
Interrelations between the drives or instincts, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
In the stimulation of the defensive-aggressive drives we sense only pain, tension as the source
In this paper, the only criteria for cure is attaining of genital level and sexual fulfilling
Introspection shall not be disregarded in psychoanalytic psychological theory, Dr. Brunswick
Libidinization as defense against Anxiety, conception, Dr. Brunswick
Modified and atypical analysis with regard to Inferiority Complex introjects
Multi-functional responses of the Ego, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Our sensing of the source stimulation is only in the form of vague tension, vital-libidinal drives
Painful and unpleasant sensation bring about reaction of defense or aggression, Dr. Brunswick
Parasympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for vital-libidinal instinct, Dr. Brunswick
Passive destructive tendencies are in these relations, Dr. Brunswick
Passive patients are forcing  to activity, Dr. Brunswick
Personal inferiority is woven into the character structure
Personal inferiority maintains psychic equilibrium-serving a defense function
Postmodernity and the Theory of Instincts
Postmodern Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick
Primary source of every instinctual drive is a painful or unpleasure sensation or tension
Prof. Epstein, theoretical argumentation and Freudian concept on the Death Instinct, 1939
Professor Paul Epstein, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Professor Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, talk presented at scientific meeting, Los Angeles
Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, discourses and narratives
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Psychoanalysis, discourse to the length of the number of sessions and the overall of its duration
Psychoanalytic narratives, papers, publications
Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings
Psychoanalytic Study Group, scientific meetings, topics
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, scientific meetings
Question with regard to the proper duration of psychoanalysis
Scholarly discussions and discourses
Scientific meetings, discussions
Scientific works of Dr. Brunswick, 1930s -- 1960s
Scientific works of Dr. Robert Stoller, 1960s
Scientific works of Professor Paul Epstein, 1930s - 1950s
Self-preservative instincts, conceptions and terminology
Sexual instincts by Freud
Sigmund Freud, Theory of Psychoanalysis
The defensive-aggressive drives are alloplastic in goal, attempting to exert changes in the milieu
The manifold defense mechanism of the Ego, makes ego-analysis more imperative
The Mother exposed herself to her son, Dr. Stolelr
Theory and conceptions of physiology and psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick
Theory and discourse of the instincts or drives, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Physiology
Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis
Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives
Theory of urges, drives and instincts, discourse, Prof. Epstein
The prepotency of the pain reaction in the nervous system, Dr. Brunswick
The rise of neurosis out of repressions, discourse, Freud
The sympathetic autonomic nervous system is responsible for defensive-aggressive instincts or drives
The vital-libidinal drives are autoplastic in their aim, Dr. Brunswick
Twofold definition of Adolescence, psychological and sociological, Dr. Bernfeld
Unitary theory of affect, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Unitary theory of Anxiety, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Vacillating, over-stimulation, depreciating rejections, neurotic character, Inferiority Complex
Wife and Husband, transvestism, discourse

Administrative Information

Repository: NCP-LA

Acquisition Source: Archives of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Psychoanalytic Society and Institute of Los Angeles, personal collections

Acquisition Method: Historical and content-related analysis


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[Item 1: RG-13.01, A Psychoanalytic Study of an Inferiority Complex, by Dr. Mehl McDowell, ca 1958, ca 1958],
[Item 2: RG-13.02, Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and  Adolescence, discourse , October 1, 1937, October 1, 1937],
[Item 3: RG-13.03, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, by Dr. Simmel, October 7, 1938, October 7, 1938],
[Item 4: RG-13.04, Ego, Strength and Weakness by Dr. Otto Fenichel, welcoming to the Study Group, June 24, 1938, June 24, 1938],
[Item 5: RG-13.05, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, abstract, February 3, 1939, February 3, 1939],
[Item 6: RG-13.06, Dr. Brunswick, Terminable and Endless Analysis, review of the Freud perception, December 3, 1937, December 3, 1937],
[Item 7: RG-13.07, The Analysis of the Mother of a Tranvestite Boy by Dr. Robert Stoller, May 1965, May 2965],
[Item 8: RG-13.08, The Drivers and the Affects, an essay by Dr. Brunswick, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 9: RG-13.09, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Urge, paper presented to Psychoanalytic Study Group, February 3, 1939, February 3, 1939],
[Item 10: RG-13.10, Dr. Bernfeld, Pathology and Logic of Interpretation, Decembe, December 1, 1939],
[Item 11: RG-13.11, Dr. May Romm, Reformed and expedited psychoanalytic treatment, June 11, 1943, June 11, 1943],
[Item 12: RG-13.12, Dr. Fenichel, The Psychology of the Emigrant, December 18, 1942, December 18, 1942],
[Item 13: RG-13.13, Dr. Fenichel, Guilt Feeling, January 23, 1943, January 23, 1943],
[Item 14: RG-13.14, Dr. Erikson, Psychiatric Observation on a Submarine, September 4, 1942, September 4, 1942],
[Item 15: RG-13.15, Psychoanalysis in the work at the Induction Board, October 2, 1942, October 2, 1942],
[Item 16: RG-13.16, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, lecture, October 23, 1946, October 23, 1946],
[Item 17: RG-13.17, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse, October 30, 1946, October 30, 1946],
[Item 18: RG-13.18, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 6, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 19: RG-13.19, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 13, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 20: RG-13.20,  Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Oedipus Situation, November 20, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 21: RG-13.21, Formation of the Superego, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 22: RG-13.22, Dr. Newhouse, Discussion on early indications of psychotic tendencies, December 13, 1946, December 1946],
[Item 23: RG-13.23, Dr. Ernst Simmel, War Neuroses, an English adaptation, 1944, first published in Germany, 1918, November 1944],
[Item 24: RG-13.24, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Parecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908, 1908],
[Item 25: RG-13.25, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944, 1944],
[Item 26: RG-13.26, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936, 1936],
[Item 27: RG-13.27, Hanna Segal, Introduction to the Kleinian Techique in Psychoanalysis, January 10, 1966, January 1966],
[Item 28: RG-13.28, Hanna Segal, Delusion and Artistic Creativity, The Spire, 1973, 1973],
[Item 29: RG-13.29, Hanna Segal, A Delusional System as a Defense against the re-emergence of a Catastrofic Situation, ca 1973],
[Item 30: RG-13.30, Enid Balint, On the Feeling of being Empty of Oneself, 1963, June 1963],
[Item 31: RG-13.31, Ruth Aaron, The Analyst Emotional Life During Work, paper, undated, 1960s],
[Item 32: RG-13.32, George Pollock, Symbiosis and the Symbiotic Neurosis, paper, 1962, 1962],
[Item 33: RG-13.33, Kato Van Leeuwen and Sydney Pomer, The Separation-Adaptation Response, Paper, 1969, 1969],
[Item 34: RG-13.34, Leo Rangell, The Concept of Psychic Trauma, Paper, 1965, 1965],
[Item 35: RG-13.35, Michael Balint, Two Forms of Regression -- Benign and Malignant, 1963, 1963],
[Item 36: RG-13.36, Franz Alexander, The Dynamics of Psychotherapy in the Light of Learning Theory, 1963, 1963],
[Item 37: RG-13.37, Herbert Schlesinger, Progressive and Regressive Elements in the Making of Promises, essay, 1962, 1962],
[Item 38: RG-13.38, Hyman Weiland, A New Concept in Crisis Intervention, American annual meeting, 1967, 1967],
[Item 39: RG-13.39, Leo Rangell, The Scope of Heinz Hartmann, essay, 1964, 1964],
[Item 40: RG-13.40, Kato van Leeuwen, Child Sexual Abuse, Changes in Psychoanalytic Perspective, article, 1993, 1993],
[Item 41: RG-13.41, Heiman van Dam, Problems of Transference in Child Analysis, 1966, 1966],
[Item 42: RG-13.42, Hyman Weiland, Considering on the Development of Symbiosis, Separation Anxiety, essay, 1970s],
[Item 43: RG-13.43, Kato Van Leeuwen, Study of Separation-Adaptation Phenomena, June 1970, June 1970],
[Item 44: RG-13.44, Dr. Simmel, Anti-Semitism A Social Disease, collection of essays, edited by Simmel, 1946, 1946],
[Item 45: RG-13.45, David Shakow, Psychoanalytic education for behavioral and social scientist, research, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 46: RG-13.46, Anna Freud, Regression is instinctual, discourse, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 47: RG-13.47, The Ego Fear of its Wish for Regress, discourse, unsigned, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 48: RG-13.48, Letter from Charles Sarlin to Robert Jokl, regression and anxiety, correlation, April 20, 1959, April 20, 1959],
[Item 49: RG-13.49, Letter from Jokl to Sarlin, The Ego and Regression, discourse, April 12, 1959, April 12, 1959],
[Item 50: RG-13.50, Charles Sarlin, Ego psychology, regression and anxiety, correlation, essay, 1959, 1959],
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Dr. Simmel, scientific works
Psychoanalysis and psychology, discourse and narratives
Ernest Simmel, phenomenon of symptoms formation
Simmel, formation of symptoms is caused by failure of repression
Simmel, neurotic symptom is a compromise formation
Simmel, acting out is somewhat an equivalent of the neurotic symptom
Simmel considered acting out as an ego defense
Simmel, in children's games the process of identification takes a significant part
Ernest Simmel, in acting out the child saves himself from repression
Ernest Simmel, acting out in the form of playing prevents and actual conflict from being introverted
Ernest Simmel, acting out in psychoanalysis is the repetition of acting out in childhood
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernest Simmel
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Dr. Ernst Simmel, scholar, psychoanalyst, founder of the Schloss Tegel hospital (1882 --1947)

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[Item 1: RG-13.01, A Psychoanalytic Study of an Inferiority Complex, by Dr. Mehl McDowell, ca 1958, ca 1958],
[Item 2: RG-13.02, Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, Puberty, Youth and  Adolescence, discourse , October 1, 1937, October 1, 1937],
[Item 3: RG-13.03, Neurotic Criminality and Lust Murder, by Dr. Simmel, October 7, 1938, October 7, 1938],
[Item 4: RG-13.04, Ego, Strength and Weakness by Dr. Otto Fenichel, welcoming to the Study Group, June 24, 1938, June 24, 1938],
[Item 5: RG-13.05, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Instinct, abstract, February 3, 1939, February 3, 1939],
[Item 6: RG-13.06, Dr. Brunswick, Terminable and Endless Analysis, review of the Freud perception, December 3, 1937, December 3, 1937],
[Item 7: RG-13.07, The Analysis of the Mother of a Tranvestite Boy by Dr. Robert Stoller, May 1965, May 2965],
[Item 8: RG-13.08, The Drivers and the Affects, an essay by Dr. Brunswick, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 9: RG-13.09, Prof. Paul Epstein, The Death Urge, paper presented to Psychoanalytic Study Group, February 3, 1939, February 3, 1939],
[Item 10: RG-13.10, Dr. Bernfeld, Pathology and Logic of Interpretation, Decembe, December 1, 1939],
[Item 11: RG-13.11, Dr. May Romm, Reformed and expedited psychoanalytic treatment, June 11, 1943, June 11, 1943],
[Item 12: RG-13.12, Dr. Fenichel, The Psychology of the Emigrant, December 18, 1942, December 18, 1942],
[Item 13: RG-13.13, Dr. Fenichel, Guilt Feeling, January 23, 1943, January 23, 1943],
[Item 14: RG-13.14, Dr. Erikson, Psychiatric Observation on a Submarine, September 4, 1942, September 4, 1942],
[Item 15: RG-13.15, Psychoanalysis in the work at the Induction Board, October 2, 1942, October 2, 1942],
[Item 16: RG-13.16, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, lecture, October 23, 1946, October 23, 1946],
[Item 17: RG-13.17, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse, October 30, 1946, October 30, 1946],
[Item 18: RG-13.18, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 6, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 19: RG-13.19, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, discourse , November 13, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 20: RG-13.20,  Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, Oedipus Situation, November 20, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 21: RG-13.21, Formation of the Superego, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Introduction to Psychoanalytic Child Psychology, 1946, November 1946],
[Item 22: RG-13.22, Dr. Newhouse, Discussion on early indications of psychotic tendencies, December 13, 1946, December 1946],
[Item 23: RG-13.23, Dr. Ernst Simmel, War Neuroses, an English adaptation, 1944, first published in Germany, 1918, November 1944],
[Item 24: RG-13.24, Dr. Simmel, Etiology of Dementia Parecox, inaugural dissertation, 1908, 1908],
[Item 25: RG-13.25, Dr. Simmel, Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct, reprint, 1944, 1944],
[Item 26: RG-13.26, Dr. Simmel, Phenomenon of Acting Out, paper, 1936, 1936],
[Item 27: RG-13.27, Hanna Segal, Introduction to the Kleinian Techique in Psychoanalysis, January 10, 1966, January 1966],
[Item 28: RG-13.28, Hanna Segal, Delusion and Artistic Creativity, The Spire, 1973, 1973],
[Item 29: RG-13.29, Hanna Segal, A Delusional System as a Defense against the re-emergence of a Catastrofic Situation, ca 1973],
[Item 30: RG-13.30, Enid Balint, On the Feeling of being Empty of Oneself, 1963, June 1963],
[Item 31: RG-13.31, Ruth Aaron, The Analyst Emotional Life During Work, paper, undated, 1960s],
[Item 32: RG-13.32, George Pollock, Symbiosis and the Symbiotic Neurosis, paper, 1962, 1962],
[Item 33: RG-13.33, Kato Van Leeuwen and Sydney Pomer, The Separation-Adaptation Response, Paper, 1969, 1969],
[Item 34: RG-13.34, Leo Rangell, The Concept of Psychic Trauma, Paper, 1965, 1965],
[Item 35: RG-13.35, Michael Balint, Two Forms of Regression -- Benign and Malignant, 1963, 1963],
[Item 36: RG-13.36, Franz Alexander, The Dynamics of Psychotherapy in the Light of Learning Theory, 1963, 1963],
[Item 37: RG-13.37, Herbert Schlesinger, Progressive and Regressive Elements in the Making of Promises, essay, 1962, 1962],
[Item 38: RG-13.38, Hyman Weiland, A New Concept in Crisis Intervention, American annual meeting, 1967, 1967],
[Item 39: RG-13.39, Leo Rangell, The Scope of Heinz Hartmann, essay, 1964, 1964],
[Item 40: RG-13.40, Kato van Leeuwen, Child Sexual Abuse, Changes in Psychoanalytic Perspective, article, 1993, 1993],
[Item 41: RG-13.41, Heiman van Dam, Problems of Transference in Child Analysis, 1966, 1966],
[Item 42: RG-13.42, Hyman Weiland, Considering on the Development of Symbiosis, Separation Anxiety, essay, 1970s],
[Item 43: RG-13.43, Kato Van Leeuwen, Study of Separation-Adaptation Phenomena, June 1970, June 1970],
[Item 44: RG-13.44, Dr. Simmel, Anti-Semitism A Social Disease, collection of essays, edited by Simmel, 1946, 1946],
[Item 45: RG-13.45, David Shakow, Psychoanalytic education for behavioral and social scientist, research, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 46: RG-13.46, Anna Freud, Regression is instinctual, discourse, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 47: RG-13.47, The Ego Fear of its Wish for Regress, discourse, unsigned, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 48: RG-13.48, Letter from Charles Sarlin to Robert Jokl, regression and anxiety, correlation, April 20, 1959, April 20, 1959],
[Item 49: RG-13.49, Letter from Jokl to Sarlin, The Ego and Regression, discourse, April 12, 1959, April 12, 1959],
[Item 50: RG-13.50, Charles Sarlin, Ego psychology, regression and anxiety, correlation, essay, 1959, 1959],
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