Way Of Looking At Things by Erik H Erikson

Way Of Looking At Things

byErik H EriksonEditorStephen P Schlein

Paperback | June 1, 1995

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This collection of his writings reflects the evolution of his ideas over the course of 50 years, beginning with his earliest experiences in psychoanalysis in Vienna. The papers cover a wide spectrum of topics, from children's play and child psychoanalysis to the dreams of adults, cross-cultural observations, young adulthood and the life cycle. The text also contains reminiscences about colleagues such as Anna Freud and Ruth Benedict who played important roles in Erikson's life and work.

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Erik H. Erikson, a German-born American psychologist and psychoanalyst, developed theories about the sequence of human development that have had an impact on clinical psychoanalysis, ethics, history, literature, child care, and the emerging interdisciplinary study of the life course. Erikson was an art student, but after undergoing psy...
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Title:Way Of Looking At ThingsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:816 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.6 inPublished:June 1, 1995

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ISBN - 10:039331314X

ISBN - 13:9780393313147

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Erik H. Erikson's way of looking at things has vastly enriched our understanding of human development and the nature of man. His insights into the interdependence of the individual's growth and historical change, his now-famous concepts of identity, epigenesis, and the life cycle, have changed the way we perceive ourselves and society and have earned him a place among the great figures of the twentieth century.