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Chair of the APM Program Committee:
1. The International Psychoanalytic Scholar Invitational Lectureship (formerly the Andre B. Ballard Lectureship)
The Lecturship is ponsored by the APM in collaboration with the Psychoanalytic Center.
A distinguished psychoanalytic scholar gives a formal lecture at the Academy, a seminar for candidates at the Center, and two or three seminars for APM members and faculty, over a period of several days. Past Scholars include Andre Green, Raquel Zac de Goldstein, R. H. Etchegoyen, Betty Joseph, Patrick Mahony, Joseph Sandler, J. Chasseguet-Smirgel, Joyce McDougall, Leon Grinberg, Herbert Rosenfeld.
In 1978 the Association for Psychoanalytic Medicine established the Abram Kardiner Lectureship on Psychoanalysis and Culture in recognition of Dr. Kardiners' role as an internationally respected pioneer in the application of psychoanalysis to the study of culture. Dr. Kardiner was one of the founder's of the Association and of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. Awarded once every three years by the APM for a distinguished contribution to the applications of psychoanalytic understanding to the study of culture. "The lectureship will confer special recognition to other distinguished contributors in this area and will encourage further efforts of excellence on the interdisciplinary path where Dr. Kardiner dedicated so much of his professional effort. The lecturer will be chosen from those who have significantly furthered knowledge knowledge in the social sciences and humanities through the application of psychoanalytic understanding or who, if not specifically applying a psychoanalytic approach, have nevertheless made outstanding contributions having special revelance to psychoanalysis. Lecturers have included Daniel M. Freeman, Richard Kuhns, Bennet Simon, Bryce Boyer.
The David M. Levy Lectureship was established in 1978 to honor Dr. Levy, an internationally recognized researcher of child development, and one of the founders of the Association and the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. Dr. Levy was a pioneer in mother-infant observation, and a leader of the Child Mental Health Movement; terms like "sibling rivalry" and "maternal overpotection" were coined as a result of his early research efforts.
The lectureship is sponsored by the APM, and awarded every three years. In addition to the formal lecture, program may include a reception, 2-3 other small seminars for members, and a seminar for candidates at the Center. The most recent recipient was Dr. Sylvia Bell in 2004.