A History of Clinical Psychology
A second edition of this book which details significant further developments in clinical psychology in the intervening twenty years. Some of these are personality functioning, diagnostic techniques and formulation and professional development.
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THE SECOND GENERATION
Normal Personality Functioning
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ability Abnormal accepted Adler Adolf Meyer adults Alfred Adler American Psychologist analysis Ansbacher Association autism became behavior believed Binet brain Carl Rogers Cattell child Clark University clinical psychology clinicians concept Cyril Burt dementia praecox diagnostic disorders disturbances effects emotional environment evaluate experience experimental expressed factors feelings Freud functioning graduate Hospital human hypnosis ideas individual instincts intellectual intelligence interest James Journal Jung learning major McDougall measure ment mental health mental illness method MMPI neurotic normal organic patients person position predicted problems professional programs psychiatric psychiatrists psychoanalysis psychol psychotherapy PsyD regarded relationship reported responses Rorschach scale schizophrenia scientific scores seemed sexual significance social Stanford-Binet subliminal stimulation suggested symptoms techniques Terman theory therapeutic therapist therapy Thorndike thought tion treatment unconscious United University variables Watson Witmer York