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Dialogue with Erik Erikson.

Author: Richard I Evans
Publisher: New York, London, Harper & Row [©1967]
Series: Dialogues with notable contributors to personality theory, v. 3.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Evans, Richard I. (Richard Isadore), 1922-
Dialogue with Erik Erikson.
New York, London, Harper & Row [©1967]
(OCoLC)567889218
Online version:
Evans, Richard I. (Richard Isadore), 1922-
Dialogue with Erik Erikson.
New York, London, Harper & Row [©1967]
(OCoLC)603643142
Named Person: Erik H Erikson; Erik H Erikson; Erik H Erikson; Erik H Erikson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard I Evans
OCLC Number: 192773
Description: xvi, 142 pages.
Contents: The eight stages of man --
Cross-cultural and psycho-historical analyses --
Psychoanalysis and its impact: philosophy, theory, and method.
Series Title: Dialogues with notable contributors to personality theory, v. 3.

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