Presents an introduction to the author's key concepts, with which he moved away from his colleague Freud's thinking; these include inferiority/superiority complexes, memories and dreams, love marriage and children, and sexuality and sexual problems. read more...
Long-regarded as the handbook of Individual Psychology, Understanding Human Nature provides an accessible introduction to Adler's key concepts, with which he moved away from his colleague Freud's thinking. These include inferiority/ superiority complexes; memories and dreams; love marriage and children; and sexuality and sexual problems. Adler's holistic personality-based approach to psychology continues to be relevant today to students, the general public and professionals alike. short..
|Number of Pages||240|