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The Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute outcome study 1930 was one of the first major reports published reviewing outcome of a large number of psychoanalytic cases.
Edited by Sandor Rado, Otto Fenichel and Carl Muller-Braunschweig it reported on activity during the first 10 years of the institute.
During this period 1955 assessments were conducted and as a result 721 people entered into analysis.
Of these 721 analyses:
- 363 had completed their treatment during the study period
- 241 had terminated prematurely
- 117 were still in treatment
Of the 363 completed treatments:
- 47 were considered uncured
- 116 improved
- 111 were considered cured.
- Fenichel, O., et al (1930) 10 years of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute 1920-1930.
- Blank, H.R. (1972). Zehn Jahre Berliner Psychoanalytisches Institut (Poliklinic Und Lehranstalt) 1920-1930: (The First Ten Years of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1920-1930. Reissued in 1970 by the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute of the German Psychoanalytic Association.) Meisenheim, Germany: Verlag Anton Hain KG, 1970. 79 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 41:104-105. Abstract