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The dynamics of anxiety & hysteria : an experimental application of modern learning theory to psychiatry

Author: H J Eysenck
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction, 2002.
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"This volume, which complements Transaction's other new editions of Eysenck's groundbreaking work, will be of lasting significance to psychologists, psychiatrists, behavioralists, and students of personality disorders. He provided for modern psychology the empirical foundations of themes that previously were the monopoly of psychoanalysis."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H J Eysenck
ISBN: 0765809591 9780765809599
OCLC Number: 49648945
Description: xiv, 311 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. The Dimensional Analysis of Anxiety and Hysteria --
2. Learning Theory and Human Behaviour --
3. Personality and Learning Theory: Critical --
4. Personality and Learning Theory: Constructive --
5. Personality and Perceptual Processes --
6. Socialization and Personality --
7. Drugs and Personality --
8. Psychological Theory and Psychiatric Practice.
Other Titles: Dynamics of anxiety and hysteria
Responsibility: Hans J. Eysenck.

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Here, Hans Eysenk applies the principles of modern learning theory to account for the observed phenomena of hysteria and anxiety. Such principles were initially developed through the experimnts and  Read more...

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