Ego, hunger, and aggression: the beginning of gestalt therapy, Volume 558

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Vintage Books, Oct 12, 1969 - Psychology - 273 pages
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The founder of the Gestalt theory explores the causes and treatment of aggression in an individual through a holistic-semantic approach

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Contents

PART ONE HOLISM AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
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DIFFERENTIAL THINKING
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PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH
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