Dynamic psychiatry [by] Franz Alexander [and others] edition by Franz Alexander and Helen Ross.

; Ross, Helen
[Chicago] Univ. of Chicago Press [1952] .

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Other Authors Ross, Helen.
Subjects Dynamische Psychiatrie.
Mental Disorders.
Description xii, 578 pages
Copyright Date [1952]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Development of the fundamental concepts of psychoanalysis / Franz Alexander -- Dreams and rational behavior / Thomas M. French -- History of metapsychological concepts / Edoardo Weiss -- Personality development / Therese Benedek -- Neuroses, behavior disorders, and perversions / Franz Alexander and Louis B. Shapiro -- Acute neurotic reactions / Leon J. Saul and John W. Lions -- Emotional disorders of childhood / Margaret W. Gerard -- Contributions of psychoanalysis to the study of organic cerebral disorders / Henry W. Brosin -- Psychodynamic approach to the study of psychoses / John C. Whitehorn -- Contributions of psychoanalysis to the study of the psychoses / Henry W. Brosin -- Principles of psychiatric treatment / Maurice Levine -- Psychosomatic approach in medicine / Franz Alexander and Thomas S. Szasz -- Some relationships between social anthropology and psychiatry / Margaret Mead -- Clinical psychology / David Shakow -- Animal psychology in its relation to psychiatry / David M. Levy -- Review of the influence of psychoanalysis on current thought / Henry W. Brosin.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)14663790
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WorldCat Identities Alexander, Franz, 1891-1964.
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