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Alfred Adler

Author Code: GAAD

Born: Feb. 7, 1870 - Vienna, Austria

Died: May 28, 1937 - Aberdeen, Scotland

Educated at the University of Vienna Medical School, Adler received his degree in 1895. In 1902, he was invited by Sigmund Freud to join a discussion group which would eventually become the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. During the ensuing years, Freud, Adler, Jung and others would establish the foundations of psychoanalysis. After a number of years of active participation in the group, Adler resigned in 1911 in order to form his own school. In 1912, he published The Neurotic Constitution. During World War I, he functioned as a doctor in the Austrian hospital service and shortly after the war established a child guidance clinic in Vienna. Adler lectured at the Pedagogical Institute and helped to establish child-guidance clinics at local schools. From 1926 onwards, he spent a great deal of time in America and when the Nazis came to power in Austria in 1932, he and his wife went to New York where he lectured at Columbia University and was accorded the first chair of Visiting Professor at Long Island College of Medicine. Adler died while on a lecture trip to the University of Aberdeen. Adler's theories differed greatly from those of Freud and his sexually obsessive outlook. His approach was one of socratic dialogue which is still used today by the psychiatric profession. His many influential works include Study of Organ Inferiority and its Psychical Compensation (1917), The Practice and Theory of Individual Psychology (1927), Understanding Human Nature (1927), The Science of Living (1929), Education of Children (1930), Problems of Neurosis (1930) and What Life Should Mean to You (1931).

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GAAD005 Are Americans Neurotic? 1936 3 155k Article Download PDF - 'Are Americans Neurotic?' (GAAD005)   Download ePub - 'Are Americans Neurotic?' (GAAD005) Find a printed copy of Are Americans Neurotic? by Alfred Adler at AbeBooks
GAAD003 The Neurotic Constitution 1912 149 920k eBook Download PDF - 'The Neurotic Constitution' (GAAD003)   Download ePub - 'The Neurotic Constitution' (GAAD003) Find a printed copy of The Neurotic Constitution by Alfred Adler at AbeBooks
GAAD004 Problems of Neurosis 1929 85 551k eBook Download PDF - 'Problems of Neurosis' (GAAD004)   Download ePub - 'Problems of Neurosis' (GAAD004) Find a printed copy of Problems of Neurosis by Alfred Adler at AbeBooks
GAAD001 The Science of Living 1929 74 465k eBook Download PDF - 'The Science of Living' (GAAD001)   Download ePub - 'The Science of Living' (GAAD001) Find a printed copy of The Science of Living by Alfred Adler at AbeBooks
GAAD002 Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation 1917 58 418k eBook Download PDF - 'Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation' (GAAD002)   Download ePub - 'Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation' (GAAD002) Find a printed copy of Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation by Alfred Adler at AbeBooks

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