Identity and Development: An Interdisciplinary Approach

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Harke A. Bosma, David J. de Levita, Tobi Graafsma, Harold D. Grotevant
SAGE Publications, Sep 13, 1994 - Psychology - 216 pages
How does a person develop a sense of identity? In what ways might identity change over the years? This volume explores these and other questions from the perspectives of psychology, psychoanalysis, history and literature. The book demonstrates both how these different disciplines can inform one another and how they can enrich our understanding of identity and development.

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description of self-image and the personal perceptual experience

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Psychoanalysis
21
A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Concept of Identity
41
Psychology
63
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Family Relations, Idenity; Adoptive Families, University of Minnesota.

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