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Title:
Childhood and selfhood : essays on tradition, religion, and modernity in the psychology of Erik H. Erikson
Author:
Homans, Peter.
Publication Information:
Lewisburg [Pa.] : Bucknell University Press, [1978]

©1978
Physical Description:
294 pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Homans, P. Introduction.--pt. 1. Erikson's psychology and religion. Bornkamm, H., translated by C. Stauder. Luther and his father. Edwards, M. U., Jr. Erikson, experimental psychology, and Luther's identity. Appadurai, A. Understanding Gandhi.--pt. 2. Eriksons's psychology and methodology. Kracke, W. H. A psychoanalyst in the field. Capps, D. Psychohistory and historical genres.--pt. 3. Erikson's psychology for modernity. Homans, P. The significance of Erikson's psychology for modern understandings of religion. Browning, D. Erikson and the search for a normative image of man.
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ISBN:
9780838720936
Format :
Book

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