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RG-24.18, A letter from Dr. Karen Horney to Dr. Emanuel Windholz, December 1, 1942
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December 1, 1942
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RG-24.18
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NCP-LA
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A letter from Dr. Karen Horney to Dr. Emanuel Windholz, December 1, 1942
An interest in the social approach to Psychodynamics was a major theme linking Neo Freudians
Carl Rogers, Person-Centered Psychotherapy
Contemporary Freudians are distinct from the Kleinians
Correspondence between Karen Horney and Emanuel Windholz, 1940s
Documents of Karen Horney in the NCP - LA Archive
Dr. Douglas Campbell, psychoanalyst
Dr. Emanuel Windholz, psychoanalyst
Drive Psychology, theory, modern
Drive Theory in Psychoanalysis relates to motivations and instincts that have clear objects
Ego Psychology, theory, modern
Exemplification of Contemporary Freudians, Christopher Bollas, D.W. Winnicott, Adam Phillps
Freud extrapolated Psychodynamics to describe the processes of the mind
Heinz Kohut, Founder of Psychology of Self
Heinz Kohut, Self Psychology, Chicago, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
Heinz Kohut, The self is like all reality not knowable it its essence, 1977
Karen Horney, Neo-Freudian Circle, discourse
Karen Horney, Neo Freudian theories, discourse, 1940s, 1950s
Karen Horney, reference to Douglas Campbell, in the letter to Dr. Windholz, 1942
Karen Horney, scholar, psychoanalyst, Neo-Freudian theorist, 1930s - 1950s
Object relations Psychology, theory, modern
Otto Fenichel delineated a comprehensive theoretical critique of the Neo Freudians
Psychodynamics correlates  relations between conscious motivation and unconscious motivation
Psychodynamics is an approach emphasizing systematic study of psychological forces of human behavior
Self Psychology, theory, modern
Space between social and political theory and psychoanalysis, nowadays theorists
Theories of Psychoanalysis, modern psychological applications
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