Introduction to Program
Tuesday, August 22, 1950
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Dr. Harold Kelman introduces the inaugural episode of Psychoanalysis and Everyday Living. The series is based on Karen Horney's Constructive Theory of Neurosis.
Harold Kelman outlines the themes for the year:
1)Problems of Childhood and the beginnings of neurosis
2)Role of Sex in the Life of Man
3)General Problems Every Human Being Must Face
4)Specific Personality Problems that Beset Humanity
5)Are You Considering Psychoanalysis?
Introduces Norman Kelman who will speak on the "Origin of Neurosis in Childhood."
This is an intro only, Norman Kelman does not speak, goes directly into another intro for a late episode in the series.
Second intro is for the "Role of Love and Sex" states that he will present this evening's lecture on "The Role of Sex in the Life of Man"
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 69365
Municipal archives id: LT658