New York: Group for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, [likely 1965].
Hardcover. First collected edition. Thick octavo. 667,  pp. Black cloth gilt. Bookplate and owner signature of a noted American psychologist on the front fly else fine in a near fine glassine dust jacket with a faintly toned spine and couple of tiny nicks.
The reports and symposia republished here are: The Preclinical Teaching of Psychiatry (Report 54); Public Relations: A Responsibility of the Mental Hospital Administrator (Report 55); Mental Retardation: A Family Crisis—The Therapeutic Role of the Physician (Report 56); Pavlovian Conditioning and American Psychiatry (Symposium 9); Psychiatric Aspects of the Prevention of Nuclear War (Report 57); Medical Practice and Psychiatry: The Impact of Changing Demands (Report 58); Urban America and the Planning of Mental Health Services (Symposium 10); Psychiatry and the Aged: An Introductory Approach (Report 59); and Death and Dying: Attitudes of Patient and Doctor (Symposium 11).