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RG-11.09, Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963
May 9, 1963
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According to Dr. Futterman it was a great deal of feuding between Simmel and Room, of the candidates
Allegiance set up around May Romm, by Dr. Futterman
Allegiance set up around the older group, Lewy, Brunswick, Greenson, Deri, by Futterman
Autoplastic adaptation, subject attempts to change itself when faced with difficult situation
Contemporaneous analyst spend more time in private practice than in teaching, Dr. Futterman
Dr. Ernest Simmel uneasiness of medical practicing, external factors, by Dr. Futterman
Dr. Franz Alexander, deviation from the concepts of Psychoanalysis, late 1940s, Dr. Futterman
Dr. Franz Alexander of Chicago intentionally focused on his book, demoting the role of our Society
Dr. Frumkes and Dr. Futterman voted for no-split, by Dr. Futterman
Dr. Futterman, first patients to analyze, 1947, a fee of 10 dollars
Dr. Futterman, recollections of the pre-Split scientific meeting, lesser formal and substantial
Dr. Futterman, reflections on scientific meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 and later
Dr. Futterman completed psychoanalytic training in New York, in 1938 - 1942
Dr. Samuel Futterman, psychoanalytic training in Berne, Switzerland, 1930s
Dr. Samuel Futterman, recollections of his activity in 1945 and afterwards
Dr. Samuel Futterman, reflection of Dr. Ernest Simmel medical practice, medical license  discourse
European tradition in Psychoanalysis is prevailing as far as training is concerned, Dr. Futterman
European tradition in Psychoanalysis still pervades over the scene, Dr. Futterman
Further dissension is unavoidable owing to the conflict of interest between private and public good
History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965
History of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1945 -- 1947
Indifference of American Psychoanalytic Association with regard to regional spits, by Dr. Futterman
Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965
Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963
May Romm and Milton Miller  minimized Oedipal complex and Libido Theory, Dr. Futterman
Meeting of dissenters preparing the Split, Drs. Marmor, Norman Levy, Milton Miller, May Romm
Personal and professional feud, precursor to the Split, 1949, 1950, Dr. Futterman
Prevalence of psychoanalytic Institutes over Societies, Dr. Futterman
Psychoanalysis is being more and more Americanized, Dr. Futterman
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history
Psychoanalytic training abroad, typology of American medical doctors, by Dr. Futterman
Scientific meetings in 1960s two-fold decrease of attendance, Dr. Futterman
Seriousness of minimization of importance of Oedipal complex and libido theory by the new group
The dissenters recruited followers for their group, Dr. Futterman
The pivotal role of May Romm in the Split, by Dr. Futterman
The Split denoted by The Old Group and the New Group, by Dr. Futterman
The task of the History Committee, 1960s
Thrust to acquire professional knowledge of Psychoanalysis on the part of psychiatrists, 1945, 1946
Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s
Veteran Administration Hygiene Clinic offered some courses on Psychoanalysis in late 1940s
Veteran Administration Mental Hygiene Clinic, Drs. Futterman, Mindlin, Marmor, Levy, Psychoanalysis

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