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RG-11.03, Interview with Dr. Charles Tidd, June 11, 1962
June 11, 1962; April 3, 1963
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Causation for the Split, how psychoanalysts should be trained, Dr. Tidd
Causation for the Split, what is psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd
Causation for the Split in 1950, perception of Dr. Tidd
Decline of scholarly psychoanalytic seminars in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller
Discourse of the Split in 1950, personal differences, Dr. Tidd
Dr. Charles Tidd, guest, Psychoanalytic Study Group, September 1935
Dr. Charles Tidd, regular member, Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1946
Dr. Robert Stoller, member of the History Committee, interviewer
Dr. Simmel, his role in teaching, reference by Dr. Tidd
Dr. Tidd in military service between 1942 and 1946, his interview
Dr. Tidd perceives the Split as a positive outcome
First  psychoanalysts in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick, Thomas Libbin, Margrit Libbin, 1932
Followers of Alfred Adler in Los Angeles, by Dr. Tidd
Formality of contemporaneous psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd
Genuineness of prewar psychoanalysis versus contemporaneous advantages, Dr. Tidd
Inability of the psychoanalytic establishment to produce post-graduate education, Dr. Stoller
Incongruity of medical school training analyst, conflicting principles of control, Dr. Tidd
Interference of the Chicago Institute in the affairs of Psychoanalytic Group, negative connotation
Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965
It is like trying to beat a dead horse to produce post-graduate education, 1960s, Dr. Stoller
Lack of scholarly leadership in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller
Lay analysis, discourse, Dr. Tidd, 1938
Practice in psychoanalysis consumes scholarship in psychoanalysis, contemporaneous state of affairs
Principles of psychoanalytic training in 1934, 1935 in Los Angeles by Dr. Tidd
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, a business-oriented state of affairs, 1960s
Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, discourse, 1960s
Psychoanalytic university program should not be equated with residency, Dr. Tidd
Reference to Dr. Otto Rank, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Tidd, 1932
Reference to seminars of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1930s, by Dr. Tidd
Reference to the Formation of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, February 1946 by Dr. Tidd
Reference to the Institute of Psychoanalysis, created by Dr. Simmel, mentioning by Dr. Tidd, 1946
Reference to the Menninger clinic by Dr. Tidd, 1936
Role of Psychoanalytic Institute in teaching psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd
Second interview with Dr. Tidd by Dr. Stoller on April 3, 1963
Split was unavoidable, Dr. Tidd
There is no pride in scholarship in contemporaneous Society and Institute, Dr. Stoller
To keep residency training and psychoanalytic training separately at universities, Dr. Tidd
Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s
Validity of the Split, discourse, Dr. Tidd

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