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psychoanalyst , author

Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein, Polish psychoanalyst, author. Decorated Croix de Guerre (France). Served as Medecin de Bataillon with French Army, 1939-1940.; Member American Medical Association, New York State, New York County medical societies, New York Psychoanalytic Society (life.

Background

Loewenstein, Rudolph Maurice was born on January 17, 1898 in Lodz, Poland. Son of Maurice and Charlotte (Taube) Loewenstein.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Berlin, 1923, U. Paris, 1935.

Career

Came to the United States, 1942, naturalized, 1948. Assistant Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1923-1925. Assistant to Professor Henri Claude, out-patient department, clinic psychiatry, medical faculty, U. Paris, 1925-1939.

Training analyst. lecturer Paris Psychoanalytic Institute, 1925-1940. Training analyst, instructor New York Psychoanalytic Institute, from 1943, vice president 1948-1950, president, 1950-1952. Associate clinical professor psychiatry Medical School Yale, 1948-1952.

Private practice psychoanalysis, New York City, from 1943.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Christians and Jews: A Psychoanalytic Study, 1951. Articles professional journals Editor: Drives, Affects, Behavior, 1953.

Membership

Served as Medecin de Bataillon with French Army, 1939-1940. Member American Medical Association, New York State, New York County medical societies, New York Psychoanalytic Society (life.

Connections

Married Elisabeth R. Geleerd. Children-Dominique-Therèse Loewenstein Kulko, Elisabeth-Charlotte Loewenstein Novick, Marie-Françoise Loewenstein Galizia, Richard Joseph.

father:
Maurice Loewenstein

mother:
Charlotte (Taube) Loewenstein

spouse:
Elisabeth R. Geleerd

child:
Marie-Françoise Loewenstein Galizia Loewenstein

child:
Elisabeth-Charlotte Loewenstein Novick Loewenstein

child:
Richard Joseph Loewenstein

child:
Dominique-Therèse Loewenstein Kulko Loewenstein