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January 1953

News and Comment

AMA Arch NeurPsych. 1953;69(1):143. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1953.02320250149016

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Abstract

AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR CEREBRAL PALSY  At the last meeting of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy, held in Durham, N. C., Oct. 2 to 4, 1952, the following officers were elected:Arnold Gesell, M.D., president; Meyer A. Perlstein, M.D., president-elect; Harry E. Barnett, M.D., secretary-treasurer.

ACTA PSYCHOTHEAPEUTICA, PSYCHOSOMATICA ET ORTHOPAEDAGOGICA  Starting Jan. 1, 1953, a new quarterly, entitled Acta psychotherapeutica, psychosomatica et orthopædagogica, will be published under the editorship of Franz Alexander (Chicago), Flanders Dunbar (New York), L. van der Horst (Amsterdam), H. Hanselmann, (Ascona), and J. Mulder (Leyden). The chief editors are E. A. D. E. Carp and B. Stokvis, both of Leyden, Netherlands. The editorial board comprises some 50 prominent representatives of the specific fields of study with which the journal will deal. The Acta psychotherapeutica, psychosomatica et orthopædagogica, being an international publication, will contain (original) contributions in the French, German, and English languages. Correspondence should be addressed

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