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Principles of abnormal psychology; the dynamics of psychic illness

Author: Abraham H Maslow; Béla Mittelmann
Publisher: New York, Harper [©1951]
Series: Harper's psychological series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Maslow, Abraham H. (Abraham Harold).
Principles of abnormal psychology.
New York, Harper [©1951]
(OCoLC)569848141
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham H Maslow; Béla Mittelmann
OCLC Number: 302113
Description: xv, 665 pages.
Contents: pt. 1. Introductory concepts. Introductory survey : a typical case --
The meaning of 'healthy' ('normal') and of 'sick ('abnormal') --
Psychosomatics : motivation, emotion, experimental neurosis --
pt. 2. Psychodynamic processes. Unconscious psychological processes : conflict --
Frustration and its effects --
Disturbances of the evaluation of the environment --
Disturbances of self-evaluation --
Coping with dangers : defense, amelioration, devious solutions, etc --
The precipitation and maintenance of psychic illness --
pt. 3. The Etiology of psychopathology. Genogenic factors : histogenic and chemogenic factors --
Individual psychogenic factors --
Group psychogenic factors : cultural factors in psychopathology --
pt. 4. Therapy. Aims and nature of psychotherapy --
Techniques of psychotherapy in adults --
Suggestion and hypnosis --
Psychoanalytic therapy --
Psychotherapy in children and adolescents --
Applied and preventative techniques in school and industry : psychiatric social work --
Somatic treatment --
pt. 5. Syndromes in infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Disorders in infancy --
Disorders in childhood --
Disorders in adolescence --
pt. 6. Syndromes in adulthood. Character disorders --
Psychopathic personality --
Reactions to shock threat, or bodily injury (traumatic neuroses) --
Reactions in which neurotic affects predominate --
Reactions in which obsessions and compulsions predominate --
Reactions in which disturbed states of consciousness and of memory predominate --
Reactions in which bodily complaints predominate --
Reactions in which organ neuroses predominate : psychosomatic disorders --
Reactions in which alcoholism and drug addiction predominate --
Reactions to conditions of war --
Manic-depressive reactions --
Schizophrenic reactions --
Organic (chemogenic and histogenic) psychotic reactions --
pt. 7. Syndromes of old age. Problems of aging and reactions to circumscribed deficiencies.
Series Title: Harper's psychological series.
Responsibility: [by] A.H. Maslow and Béla Mittelmann.

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