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Karen Horney

a.k.a. Karen (nee) Danielsen Horney

Author Code: GKDH

Born: Sep. 16, 1885 - Hamburg, Germany

Died: Dec. 4, 1952 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated in medicine at the universities of Freiburg, Gottingen and Berlin, Horney graduated in 1913. Having married businessman Oskar Horney in 1909, she concentrated on raising their three daughters before embarking on her medical career in 1920. That year she began teaching at the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Berlin and would continue in that capacity until 1930, when she immigrated to the United States and settled in New York. Horney became a pioneer in feminine psychology and was the first woman to present a paper on that theme at an international meeting. She took a position as Associate Director of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis for two years and then taught at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute. In 1937, she published The Neurotic Personality of Our Time which became very popular with the public. In 1941, she became Dean of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Initially Freudian in her approach to psychoanalysis, Horney eventually adopted her own theories. She was a founder of the American Journal of Psychoanalysis. During the 1940's and until her death in 1952, she taught at the New York Medical College. Her other works include New Ways In Psychoanalysis (1939), Self-Analysis (1942), Are You Considering Psychoanalysis? (1946) and Neurosis and Human Growth (1950).

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GKDH001 New Ways in Psychoanalysis 1939 121 672k eBook Download PDF - 'New Ways in Psychoanalysis' (GKDH001) Find a printed copy of New Ways in Psychoanalysis by Karen Horney at AbeBooks
GKDH002 Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis 1945 93 566k eBook Download PDF - 'Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis' (GKDH002) Find a printed copy of Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis by Karen Horney at AbeBooks

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