[The following is an almost verbatim transcription of some impromptu remarks made before an informal discussion at a meeting of a local group of the Psychopathology Sub-Committee. These remarks are, therefore, very sketchy and unoriginal, and the reason for committing them to paper at all in such an unvarnished form, is briefly this:
Few medical officers in mental hospitals wish to master all the intricacies of psycho-analysis, but many seek some concise, elementary knowledge concerning psycho-analysis as a body of theories (rather than psycho-analysis as a technique). It is for these that the following recapitulation is being published, largely in accordance with the suggestion of members present at the original group meeting, and in the hope of encouraging others, equally unversed in the finer details of the subject, to come forward and discuss these problems.]
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