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March 1933

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1933;29(3):633. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1933.02240090203014

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ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE  At the annual meeting the following officers were elected to serve in 1933: J. Ramsay Hunt, 46 West Fifty-Fifth Street, New York, president; Dr. Thomas K. Davis, 70 East Seventy-Seventh Street, New York, secretary-treasurer.The next scientific session, to be held in December, 1933, will deal with the topic, "The Biology of the Individual." The program provisionally arranged for will first cover various constitutional problems, ranging from the rôle of heredity in constitutional expression to morphologic, physiologic and neurochemical aspects of constitution with the inclusion of what is considered to be normal in the biology of the individual. The second day's program will move into the psychologic panel, as indicated by such titles as "The Body-Mind Problem," "Psychological Development of the Individual in Infancy" and "Comparative Psychology and Constitution." Sociologic aspects of the subject will dominate the afternoon of the second day.