Feminine psychology: [papers] / Karen Horney ; edited and with an introduction by Harold Kelman.

; Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
1st ed.. New York: W.W. Norton, 1967.

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Other Authors Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.
Subjects Sex (Psychology)
Sexual Behavior.
Women -- Psychology.
Description 269 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes "Sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents On the genesis of the castration complex in women -- The flight from womanhood : the masculinity complex in women as viewed by men and by women -- Inhibited femininity : psychoanalytical contributions to the problem of frigidity -- The problem of the monogamous ideal -- Premenstrual tension -- The distrust between the sexes -- Problems of marriage -- The dread of women : observations on a specific difference in the dread felt by men and by women respectively for the opposite sex -- The denial of the vagina : a contribution to the problem of the genital anxieties specific to women -- Psychogenic factors in functional female disorders -- Maternal conflicts -- The overvaluation of love : a study of common present-day feminine type -- The problem of feminine masochism -- Personality changes in female adolescents -- The neurotic need for love.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)385267
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WorldCat Identities Horney, Karen, 1885-1952.
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