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July 1945

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Arch NeurPsych. 1945;54(1):74. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1945.02300070084014

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Abstract

AMERICAN SOCIOMETRIC ASSOCIATION  An American Sociometric Association has been founded, and its first officers were elected by means of a sociometric poll. Officers of the association are: president, J. L. Moreno; secretary, Helen H. Jennings; treasurer, George A. Lundberg; counselors, Gardner Murphy, Ronald Lippitt and Zerka Toeman.The association has at this time 100 charter members and 175 new applicants for membership. The aim of the association is to provide a meeting point for the various social science associations as a center in which their mutual research interests can be promoted. Its charter membership consists of a cross section of sociologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, anthropologists, social workers and so forth.Annual membership fee is $5, including subscription to the journal Sociometry. Communications and applications for membership may be addressed to: American Sociometric Association, Room 327, 101 Park Avenue, New York 17.

AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION  The American Psychiatric Association is desirous of

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