Psychology

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  1. Book ImageNew Perspectives in Psychoanalysis: Contributions to Karen Horney's Holistic Approach

    Harold Kelman

    Dr. Karen Horney is universally recognized as a major figure in the field of psychoanalysis. As an analyst and research clinician, she made original and significant modifications of Freudian theory. As a teacher and a widely read author, she helped shape the course of...More

  2. Book ImagePsychosomatic Medicine: Its Principles and Applications

    Franz Alexander

    A pioneer in the field of psychoanalysis and psychosomatic medicine describes the fundamental concepts on which the psychosomatic approach is based and presents the results of study concerning the influence of emotions on bodily processes in health and disease. Dr. Alexander draws a clear picture of the psychological factors involved in a body process and shows that these factors must receive the same detailed scrutiny as the physiological processes.More

  3. Book ImageLove, Hate and Reparation

    Melanie Klein, Joan Riviere

    Two eminent psychoanalysts discuss the instinctual sources of emotion in normal adults.More

  4. Book ImageA Theory of Personality: The Psychology of Personal Constructs

    George A. Kelly

    "A genuine new departure and a spirited contribution to the psychology of personality." —Jerome S. BrunerMore

  5. Book ImageThe Living Brain

    W. Grey Walter

    This is a pioneer work of great importance--the first attempt to record for the general public the tremendous advances of the last twenty years in our knowledge of the mechanics of the brain. These advances have been made possible through the invention of the electroencephalograph (EEG for short), the machine which magnifies the minute electrical impulses transmitted inside the brain. Everyone interested in probing the mysteries of human thought and personality will find his horizons widened by a study of this remarkable book.More

  6. Book ImagePlay Dreams and Imitation in Childhood

    Jean Piaget

    Additional information is forthcoming.

  7. Book ImageHabits: Their Making and Unmaking

    Knight Dunlap

    “Professor Dunlap has written for both psychologist and non-psychologist. Both will find the book valuable. . . . His organization of some of the basic concepts of the field contributes both to informed experimenting and to critical theorizing.” —Journal of General PsychologyMore

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