The Fusion of Psychiatry and Social Science

Harry Stack Sullivan (Author), Helen Swick Perry (Commentaries by, Introduction and notes by)


Contributions to American social science, with introduction and commentaries by Helen Swick Perry.

The chapters in this book, focusing on Sullivan’s contributions to American social science, deal with the implications for psychiatry of the major social questions that emerged in the 1930’s and 1940’s. Some of the topics are propaganda and censorship; the illusion of personal individuality; and the meaning of anxiety.

Book Details

  • Paperback
  • October 1971
  • ISBN 978-0-393-00603-2
  • 5 × 8 in
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide

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