The rise and crisis of psychoanalysis in the United States

The rise and crisis of psychoanalysis in the United States

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The conclusion to the history of the American psychoanalytic movement offers an assessment of Freud's impact on the U. S., from pop culture to psychiatry, and considers the far-reaching effects and inevitable backlash. UP.Chapter 17. The Decline of Psychoanalysis 1. Carl Degler, In Search of Human Nature (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1991), ch. ... C. Burnham, aquot;Psychology and Counseling, aquot; in Nathan O. Hatch, ed., The Professions in American History ( Notre Dame, Ind.: Notre Dame Univ. ... aquot;The Image of the Psychiatrist, aquot; AP 121 ( Oct. 1964): 331-32; Henry Davidson, aquot;The Structure of Private Practice in Psychiatry, aquot; APanbsp;...


Title:The rise and crisis of psychoanalysis in the United States
Author: Nathan G. Hale
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 1995
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