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November 1951

News and Comment

AMA Arch NeurPsych. 1951;66(5):664-665. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1951.02320110129013

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FRENCH PSYCHIATRIST HENRI EY IN MONTREAL  The Board of Directors of the Prevost Sanatorium is proud to announce that Dr. Henri Ey, Psychiatrist-in-Chief of the Bonneval Psychiatrics Hospital of Bonneval, France, will deliver in October a series of 12 lectures on present-day psychiatric problems and two off-schedule lectures on general topics related to psychiatry. The program follows:

  • Oct. 3: Psychiatry and the Evolution of Medical Sciences

  • Oct. 5: Doctrinal Trends of Today's Psychiatry

  • Oct. 8: Organodynamic Conception of Psychiatry

  • Oct. 10: Evolution of Ideas on Schizophrenia

  • Oct. 12: The Thought and Personality of the Schizophrenic

  • Oct. 15: Primary Delusional Experiences

  • Oct. 17: Chronic Delusional Organizations

  • Oct. 19: The Neuroses

  • Oct. 22: Pathological Anxiety

  • Oct. 24: Hysteria and Psychosomatic Medicine

  • Oct. 26: Theoretical and Practical Problems of Psychoanalysis

  • Oct. 29: Necessity and Limitations of Psychotherapy

Off-Schedule Lectures: 

  • Oct. 11: Psychiatry and Morals

  • Oct. 18: French Psychiatry of the 20th Century