15th Annual NPSA Congress
“Current Neuropsychoanalytic Research” at the New School
New York City, July 24-27, 2014
Early bird rates expire June 1 – register now!
Preliminary program is now available. For details and registration, please click here.
Fifteen years have passed since the inaugural issue of the journal Neuropsychoanalysis was published in 1999; that same year, Eric Kandel published his landmark paper “A new intellectual framework for psychiatry” in the American Journal of Psychiatry. A few months later, the 1st International Neuropsychoanalysis Congress was held at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
This summer, we will take stock of the progress we have made since 1999. In this meeting, we will feature hot-off-the-press research and ongoing studies – both experimental and clinical – which bridge neuroscience and psychoanalysis. We will consider the state of the art of our field, and our efforts to forge a new intellectual framework in the 21st century, not only for psychiatry, but for the mental sciences in general.
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program, click here.
Education Day and Reception, Thursday July 24
Dinner Cruise on the Harbor, Friday, July 25
Post-congress meeting at NYPSI, Sunday July 27
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