The human mind [by] Karl A. Menninger.


3rd ed., corr., enl. & rewritten.. New York, A.A. Knopf, 1945.

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Subjects Mental Disorders.
Mental Health.
Mental health.
Personality Disorders.
Personality disorders.
PersonnaliteĢ, Troubles de la.
Psychanalyse.
Psychoanalysis.
Psychology, Pathological.
Psychopathologie.
SanteĢ mentale.
Description xvii, 517, xiv pages, 1 leaf, diagrams 24 cm
Copyright Date 1945.
Notes "Selected bibliography and recommended reading": pages 489-517.
Summary Menninger argued that psychiatry was a science and that the mentally ill were only slightly different than healthy individuals.
Contents Principles -- Personalities -- Symptoms -- Motives -- Treatments -- Applications.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)192009
(OCoLC)ocm00192009
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Menninger, Karl A. 1893-1990.
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