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Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years

  • 553 Pages
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  • English
University Press of America , Washington, DC
Sullivan, Harry Stack, 1892-1949., Psychiatrists -- United States -- Biogr


United S

StatementKenneth L. Chatelaine.
LC ClassificationsRC339.52.S87 C5
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 553 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4094645M
ISBN 100819115525, 0819115533
LC Control Number80006251

Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years. Washington, DC: University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Online version: Chatelaine, Kenneth L. Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years. Washington, DC: University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Harry Stack Sullivan; Harry Stack Sullivan; Harry Stack Sullivan.

Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years by Kenneth L. Chatelaine; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Psychiatrists; Places: United States; People: Harry Stack Sullivan ().

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psychiatrist whose work in psychoanalysis was based on direct and verifiable observation (versus the more abstract conceptions of the unconscious mind favored by Sigmund Freud and his disciples).

Sullivan, Harry Stack, [ Book: ] At 4 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) Harry Stack Sullivan: his life and his work / by A. Chapman Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years / Kenneth L.

Chatelaine Chatelaine, Kenneth L [ Book. Although Harry Stack Sullivan () was one of the foremost figures in American psychiatry, much about his personal life remains obscure, this despite a biography by Helen Swick Perry Author: Jack Drescher.

AN important contribution to our knowledge about Sullivan is Kenneth Chatelaine's Harry Stack Sullivan: The Formative Years, a raw, apparently unedited publication of a doctoral dissertation--an "intellectual biography"--long out of print and difficult to locate.

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(), Sullivan’s closet: Harry Stack Sullivan reappraisal of Harry Stack Sullivan’s life and his pio- neering role in American psychiatry. Journal of Homosexuality, 1– Author: Mark Blechner. Interpersonal psychiatry was Harry Stack Sullivan’s term for his theory of interpersonal relations from which his practice directly flowed ().

Sullivan was described by Michels variously as “that most creative of American born psychoanalysts” () and as “America’s most important and unique contributor to psychiatry” ().Cited by: 4.

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H Chapman (Book). Later in the book, Friedman refers to The formative years book as Harry Stack Sullivan, although it has become commonly accepted, after many years of biographical “closeting,” that Sullivan was a gay man.5 See, for example, the following: (1) Allen, M.

Sullivan's closet: a reappraisal of Harry Stack Sullivan's life and his pioneering role in American : Stefan R. Zicht. The literature on the life and work of American psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan is used to provide a critique of Jacques Derrida’s Archive a’s concept of archival violence relies on psychoanalysis both for its epistemology and for its exemplar of archival by: 5.

Recollections of Harry Stack Sullivan and of the development of his interpersonal psychiatry. Psychiatry. May48 (2): – PMID ^ Vande Kemp, 15 ^ Bérubé, pp. 9—11 ^ Vande Kemp, ^ Chatelaine, K. () Harry Stack Sullivan: The Formative. Harry Stack Sullivan — The Formative Years () (The Forming and Influential Factors in His Life and His Work): Kenneth Leo Chatelaine, Ph.D., University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michigan,pp., $ Alfred Adler, psychiatrist whose influential system of individual psychology introduced the term inferiority feeling, later widely and often inaccurately called inferiority complex.

He developed a flexible, supportive psychotherapy to direct those emotionally disabled by inferiority feelings toward. the Interpersonal Psychiatry of the American Harry Stack Sullivan and the psychoanalytic contributions of other innovators like W. Fairbairn, Donald Winni- -viii- cott and Hans Loewald.

Part of what drew so much fire in Bowlby's direction, however, was his clarity. Sullivan was a tortured, blocked Size: 1MB. I was at a holiday party the other day, and a charismatic, highly effective young business consultant asked me what psychoanalysis is, and how you would know if it I did not have a Resources in the Therapy of Harry Stack Sullivan.

Harry Stack Sullivan, founder of the interpersonal school of psychiatry, was born in upstate New York in During his lonely childhood on his parents' farm, his mother told him tales of their Irish past. One that fascinated him was that one of his ancestors was the West Wind, depicted as a.

Author(s): Chatelaine,Kenneth L Title(s): Harry Stack Sullivan, the formative years/ Kenneth L. Chatelaine. Country of Publication: United States Publisher. Carl Gustav Jung was born in Kesswil, in the Swiss canton of Thurgau, on 26 July as the second and first surviving son of Paul Achilles Jung (–) and Emilie Preiswerk (–).Their first child, born inwas a boy named Paul, who survived only a few days.

Being the youngest son of a noted Basel physician of German descent, also called Karl Gustav Jung (– Alma mater: University of Basel. The three most important writers in this neoanalytic tradition are Peter Blos (), whose theory of adolescent development emphasizes the growth of emotional autonomy from parents, a process called individuation; Harry Stack Sullivan (), whose view of adolescence revolves around the young person's growing need and capacity for intimate.

Arthur Harry Chapman, Harry Stack Sullivan: His Life and His Work (New York: G. Putman’s Sons, ), 62; Kenneth L. Chatelaine, The Formative Years: Harry Stack Sullivan (Washington, DC: University Press of America, ), 34; Kenneth L. Chatelaine, “Harry Stack Sullivan: The Real Sullivan and What Sullivan Really Said,Cited by: 哈里斯塔克沙利文(英語: Harry Stack Sullivan ,年2月21日出生于纽约州 city of Norwich,年1月14日逝于法国 巴黎),美国心理学家,其心理学研究工作是基于直接和可检验的观察(相较于此,西格蒙德弗洛伊德和他的追随者倾向于利用更抽象的概念,即潛意識,来进行研究)。.

emphasis on interpersonal relationships, Harry Stack Sullivan, psychotherapy is a collaborative undertaking between client and therapist participant observer analyst's proper role.

historian of psychoanalysis, on the life and works of Harry Stack Sullivan, which are at the center of his book (Sullivan Revisited.

Trento (Italy): Tangram, 2. edition, ). This subject may be of special interest to readers of. Fromm Forum, because Sullivan is in many ways closely linked to Fromm, as will become apparent in what.

-Harry Stack Sullivan Background and Challenges: Mr. Ware was born in New Jersey on Aug His father worked as a delivery man using a horse.

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In an interview with Psychiatric News, Heinssen noted that it was another Chestnut Lodge luminary—Harry Stack Sullivan, M.D.—who very early on presaged this direction in a prescient comment in “The psychiatrist deals with too many end states and deals professionally with too few of the prepsychotic [states],”.

Infancy, from birth to 6 years old, is the “great formative period for personality” (pg. ; Cattell, a). In relation to its family members, the infant develops its basic social attitudes, sense of security or insecurity, the strength of various defense mechanisms (which determine whether the individual will be prone to neuroses), and.

"When the satisfaction or security of another person becomes as important to one as one's own, then a state of love exists."-Harry Stack Sullivan Background and Challenges: Mr. Ware was born in New Jersey on Aug   The term "significant other" was first used in by psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan in his book The Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry.

The abbreviated term " SO " comes from online chat rooms in the early s. Harry Stack Sullivan, through his influence on other people in Baltimore at Johns Hopkins, had a big role, as you know, in your dad’s view. He impacted Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Jerome Frank. And your father took it to a remarkably accessible level.The Guide to Psychoanalytic Developmental Theories offers a foundational perspective for the graduate student in clinical or school psychology, counseling, or social work.

Seasoned psychiatrists, analysts, and other clinical practitioners also may find it valuable to revisit .Chapter 1. Harry Stack Sullivan’s Life and Work 12 Chapter 2.

Ongoing Conversation on Self and Society 28 Chapter 3. Selfhood and Society in Harry Stack Sullivan 43 Chapter 4. The Search for a Social and Political Theory of Humanism 53 Notes 57 iAuthor: Taylor S. Stephens.